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 JobTitlelocationJobtype
0605181Contracting Officer - DoEAiken, SCContract
139424Tech Writer, Sr.Savannah Georgia Contract
139425Tech Writer, SrSavannah Georgia Contract
139427Tech Writer, SrSavannah Georgia Contract
139772Electronic Technical Illustrator Savannah GA Contract
18-046Systems Engineer IIHuntsville, ALDirect
18-047Systems Engineer IIIHuntsville, ALDirect
18051418Research Assistant/Sourcing SpecialistMarietta, GAContract
18-103ID& C Controls EngineerTullahoma, TNContract
18-125Information Assurance EngineerFort Lee, VATemp to Direct Hire
18-194SharePoint System Administrator Huntsville, ALDirect Hire
18-202Systems Administrator/Network Mang,Tullahoma, TNContract
18-234Surveillance & SecurityHuntsville, ALContract
18-241Help Desk Support ServicesHuntsville, ALDirect Hire
18-242PC Support ManagerHuntsville, ALDirect Hire
18-246Help Desk Support Fort Lee, VAContract
835189Certification Project AdministratorGrand Prairie, TXContract
839663Accounts Payable Specialist Peachtree City, GaContract
854584Customer Service RepresentativeGrand Prairie, TXContract
856433Manager, US Navy Fleet OperationsGrand Prairie, TXContract
 
Job ID:0605181
Job Title:
Contracting Officer - DoE
Rate:
TBD
Primary Skills:
Description:
Primary duties are Acquisition Program Support of the Source Evaluation Board Business process but may include other administrative applications as well.
Specifically, the scope of services required includes:
 Project Management
 Project Documentation
 Business Analysis
 Requirements Definition/Development
 Quality Assurance
 Proposal Analysis
Applicant must have must have demonstrated experience in at least one of the following subject areas:
 Environmental Management (EM) Closure Activities
o Demonstrated Experience in supporting EM Activities (Nuclear Materials Stabilization and Disposition; Soil and Water Remediation; Solid Waste Stabilization and Disposition
 Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) Activities
o Demonstrated Experience in supporting SRNL Activities
 National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Activities
o Demonstrated Experience in supporting NNSA Activities
 Landlord Services and Site Support Activities
o Demonstrated Experience in supporting Landlord Services and Site Support Activities
Applicant must have expertise in one of the following: 
1. Nuclear Materials Stabilization and Disposition
2. Soil and Water Remediation
3. Solid Waste Stabilization and Disposition
4. National Laboratory- DOE
 
    
 
Job ID:139424
Job Title:
Tech Writer, Sr.
Rate:
$37./hr
Primary Skills:
Description:
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience in the authoring of technical publications required. Four (4) years Technical Publications writing experience. Three (3) years of Standard Graphic Markup Language (SGML) or SGML-related software applications experience required. IPC experience preferred.
Other Requirements: Ability to read and interpret blueprint and Engineering Orders. Must have a thorough knowledge of aircraft tools, test equipment, vendor coding, parts nomenclature, maintenance procedures, and of aircraft equipment and maintenance.
 
    
 
Job ID:139425
Job Title:
Tech Writer, Sr
Rate:
$37./hr
Primary Skills:
Description:
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience in the authoring of technical publications required. Four (4) years Technical Publications writing experience. Three (3) years of Standard Graphic Markup Language (SGML) or SGML-related software applications experience required.
Unique Skills: EWIS (Electrical Wiring Interconnection System) best practices, S1000D Technical Publication Specification, STE (Simplified Technical English), and PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) database Ability to read and interpret blueprint and Engineering Orders. Must have a thorough knowledge of aircraft tools, test equipment, vendor coding, parts nomenclature, maintenance procedures, and of aircraft equipment and maintenance experience desired.
 
    
 
Job ID:139427
Job Title:
Tech Writer, Sr
Rate:
$37./hr
Primary Skills:
Description:
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience in the authoring of technical publications required. Four (4) years Technical Publications writing experience. Three (3) years of Standard Graphic Markup Language (SGML) or SGML-related software applications experience required. Military pubs experience.
Ability to read and interpret blueprint and Engineering Orders. Must have a thorough knowledge of aircraft tools, test equipment, vendor coding, parts nomenclature, maintenance procedures, and of aircraft equipment and maintenance.
 
    
 
Job ID:139772
Job Title:
Electronic Technical Illustrator
Rate:
37.00
Primary Skills:
Description:
Skills:  EWIS
(Electrical Wiring Interconnection System) best practices, S1000D Technical
Publication Specification, STE (Simplified Technical English), and PLM (Product
Lifecycle Management) database experience desired.


Education and Experience Requirements: Bachelor's Degree
required or equivalent combination of education and experience. 4 years exp in
electronic technical illustrating. Ability to operate Micro-Station, Adobe
Illustrator and other Adobe illustration software.


Position Purpose: Prepare, construct, and revise of
Orthographic illustrations, Axonometric projections, Wiring and Schematic
diagrams for technical aircraft manuals and other related graphical
publications utilizing electronic methodology. Must create and manipulate
graphics and using MicroStation and CADAM technical illustrating system. Must
be functionally literate with 3 dimensional graphics, surfaces, wiring frames,
and solids.


Principle Duties and Responsibilities:  Essential Functions: 1. Prepare, construct
and revise MicroStation data (3-D, and 2-D data). 2. Prepare, construct, and
revise orthographic illustrations, axonometric projections, and
Wiring/Schematic diagrams on MicroStation. 3. Determine optimum graphic
approach; independently prepare master artwork, charts, visual, booklets, and
signs, working with all aspects of graphic arts production by utilizing
electronic illustrating equipment. 4. Work with engineers, technical writers,
customers, vendors, and suppliers to effectively visualize and conceptualize
graphic design problems to include technical as well as non-technical graphics,
color separations, overlays, and comprehensive type requirements. 5. Ensure
illustrations conform to corporate, ATA 100, FAA, and commercial aircraft
technical manual specifications and company style requirements. 6. Maintain
up-to-date knowledge of artwork techniques, materials, and equipment. 7.
Experience working with equipment related to and associated with electronic
illustrating tools, including: High-resolution scanners, PCs and related
illustration software, printers, general knowledge of electronic publishing
systems, related printers and data requirements. Perform other duties as
assigned.


Other Requirements: 1. Ability to read and interpret wiring
schematics, blueprints and engineering orders. 2. Background familiarity with
CADAM, Catia, and CCD. Mainframe user level operations, networks, and scanners.
SmarTeam experience a plus. 3. Knowledge of import/export of data files such
as: (.dxf, tiff, .cgm, and iges) and electronic publishing are desirable
qualities. 4. Knowledge of 3-D modeling and animation. 5. Working knowledge of
Right Hemisphere software. 6. Video, motion or animation graphics experience a
plus.
 
    
 
Job ID:18-046
Job Title:
Systems Engineer II
Rate:
87K
Primary Skills:
Description:
As a member of THAAD Ground Systems Development, the Systems
Engineer Associate will report to THAAD Grounds Systems Requirements Lead for
development, maintenance, and publication of TFCC, Launcher, and/or Support
Equipment requirement specifications. Position requires selected candidate to
quickly become a proficient independent contributor with the Ground Systems
Development DOORS database and apply systems engineering change control process
to maintain control of the GSD requirements. Selected candidate will develop
and maintain DXL scripts and Rational Publishing Engine scripts for producing documents
and reports from the DOORS database. The candidate will utilize Clear Case and
Clear Quest to implement change control of the DOORS database.



 Required:  Bachelor’s degree from accredited college in a
related discipline; 2 years of professional experience, or no experience
required with a related Masters degree. Experience with requirements development and change control
processes. Ability to define



and document solutions to complex problems and to convey
solutions to both senior



management and to software implementation teams. Experience with DOORS. Experience with DXL.
Experience with Rational Publishing Engine.
Desired:  Experience with Missile Defense Experience in
Requirements and Verification. Experience with Clear Case/Clear Quest
Experience documenting processes.
Candidate must possess an Active Secret Security Clearance. This
is a full-time position located in Huntsville, Alabama.
 
    
 
Job ID:18-047
Job Title:
Systems Engineer III
Rate:
101K
Primary Skills:
Description:
Candidate will become
a THAAD Ground Systems Development (GSD) Systems Engineer reporting to the TFCC
Force Operations Lead for development of Concept of Operations, functional and
algorithm design for defense planning and evaluation. Selected candidate will
also support systems engineering efforts for the THAAD Portable Planner for
BMDS integration and additional new capability development. Selected candidate
will be responsible for algorithm prototyping within the TFCC FO suite of
modeling and simulation tools; development of new analysis tools, conduct
analysis for assessment of prototype design; generation of Algorithm
Description Documentation of final design; support to software development
teams for formal software development and test activities. Selected candidate
will also support program planning, and program execution status activities,
and proposal development for new efforts.




 Required:  Bachelor’s degree from accredited college in a
related discipline; 5 years of professional experience; or 3 years experience
with a related Masters degree. Past experience with missile defense algorithm
development and analysis. Experience with modeling/simulation. Experience with
C/C++ programming. Proficient in Matlab. Strong written and verbal
communication skills. Ability to successfully interface with LM Senior
Management, Customers, and members of U.S. Army Air Defense community at large.
Candidate must be a U.S. citizen.




 Desired:  Experience in Missile Defense Concepts and
Interoperability. Engagement Operations/ Force Operations Experience. Experience
with Missile Defense. Experience in Requirements and Verification. Experience
with the DOORS Requirements Database.




 Candidate must possess an Active Secret Security Clearance. This
is a full-time position located in Huntsville, Alabama.




 
 
    
 
Job ID:18051418
Job Title:
Research Assistant/Sourcing Specialist
Rate:
10.00 hourly
Primary Skills:
Description:
We are looking for a Part-Time Research
Assistant  to assist in sourcing
candidates through internet research and various research techniques.  

The employee will work on individual research assignments
surrounding technical and market research for ongoing positions. A passion for
researching online and the ability to comprehend and relay technical
information in addition to working with large amounts of data is important. The
individual should also possess the ability to stay focused and be self-directed
in addition to the ability to be organized, detail oriented, and have a passion
for learning!

Training will be provided but the candidate must possess an aptitude towards
research and a drive and desire to learn.

Must be technical savvy, self-directed and the ability to adjust quickly to request. 


Work
schedule is flexible and can be worked out with your supervisor depending on
your schedule. Position provides successful career track for a motivated
individual.



Requirements:


Currently
pursuing their Bachelors degree will also be considered.
Strong research
skills.
Strong computer
skills are a must including a technical aptitude in navigating the
internet and search engine searches.
Ability to
communicate effectively with people and have a passion for talking to people.
Strong writing
skills including the ability to comprehend and summarize technical matters
succinctly.
Possess the
ability to work independently and multi-tasking.
Entrepreneurial
spirit and the ability to function successfully in a small business
environment.
Strong work
ethic and exceptional organizations skills and ability to multi-task and
prioritize work load.
Prior demonstrated
researching experience is required.
Working Remotely
is an option
Must be U. S.
Citizen or Perm Resident  
 
    
 
Job ID:18-103
Job Title:
ID& C Controls Engineer
Rate:
TBD
Primary Skills:
Description:
Candidate will evaluate, select, and apply standard engineering
methods, techniques, procedures and criteria, using independent judgment in
making adaptations and modifications. Perform assignments, which have clear and
specific objectives and require the investigation of a limited number of
variables for Control System Engineering; supports the use of common work
processes and procedures within assigned function across the TOS contract. Perform
work, generally within Control System Engineering, which involves the
preparation, interpretation or review of calculations, specifications, plans,
investigations, surveys, structures, systems or equipment with relatively few
complex features. Participate in one or more of the following: Development of
system requirements. Automated Control System design, development, and/or
maintenance. System design, including concept sketches and layouts. Automated
Control and Human Machine Interface (HMI) Software Development. Preparation of specifications
and design calculations. Preparing designs, drawings and data under the
supervision of a more experienced engineer. Preparation of engineering studies
and reports. Preparation of material quantity estimates. Uses engineering
computer aided design/computer aided engineering (CAD/CAE) tools. System
troubleshooting and return-to-service. System Verification and Validation Test
Development/Execution. Draft letters for replies to vendor correspondence. Monitor
schedule for own work. Review design documents of equipment manufacturers or
subcontractors of a low to moderate degree of complexity, and prepare comments
and recommendations. It is a condition of employment to wear company issued PPE
(Personal Protective Equipment) in accordance with supervisory direction and
company policy. Perform other related duties as required.


 


Required: Candidate can either have a Bachelor’s degree
Electrical Engineering or a related scientific discipline from a regionally
accredited college or university (ABET accreditation) OR equivalent years of
experience. Participates in and fosters a work environment that is based upon
openness, trust, communication, teamwork, empowerment, innovation, and
satisfaction. Basic skill in oral and written communication.


 


Desired: Candidate is desired to have an Active Secret
Security Clearance, but not required to start. Basic technical knowledge of engineering systems, engineering
calculations, applications of engineering methods and construction methods and
materials, and application of computer aided engineering (CAE)/computer aided
design (CAD) tools to engineering problems. Developmental experience such as
practical work experience in design engineering or other relevant types of
engineering such as systems startup, field engineering, or plant operation in
large industrial plants, utilities, process plants or other
engineering/construction firms. Developmental experience in the control system
theory and design concepts such as Controls Strategy and Algorithm Development,
Math Modeling/Simulations, Calibration, Motion Controls, Process Controls,
Process Instrumentation, Sequencing Systems, Robotics, Stability & Control,
Servomechanisms, Systems Safety, Networks & Field Busses, Control System
Optimization, Learning and Rule-based Systems. Coursework or experience in the
design or application of closed loop control systems. Coursework of experience
in feedback control systems. Coursework or experience in the design of
application of control systems using Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC). Coursework
or experience with proportional, integral, derivative (PID) control systems. Coursework
or experience developing control application and Human Machine Interface (HMI)
software. Experience with GE PLC’s, automation hardware, and related software
is highly desired.


 


Security clearance not required, but desired.
Candidate must be able to obtain a Common Access Card (CAC) prior to the start
of work. This is a full-time
position, located at Arnold Air Force Base, in Tullahoma, TN.


 


 


 
 
    
 
Job ID:18-125
Job Title:
Information Assurance Engineer
Rate:
70K
Primary Skills:
Description:
Coordinates the installation and maintenance
of security patches, third party vendor software and hardware, maintenance and
support, disk space management, backups and file restoration. Maintains
availability of assigned services. Analyzes system problems and recommend
solutions. Participates in the resolution of DeCA’s Enterprise Service Desk
(DESD) issues by consulting with relevant subject matter experts. Coordinates
and performs the restoration of files and troubleshooting of problems by
interacting with information technology staff/vendors. Coordinates, documents,
reports and implements Information Assurance and security efforts. Devises or
modifies procedures to solve complex problems considering computer equipment
capacity and limitations, operating time, and form of desired results. Prepares
detailed specifications for programs. Assists in the design, development,
testing, implementation, and documentation of new software and enhancements of
existing applications. Designs, codes, tests, debug, and document those
programs. Provides overall operating system support, such as sophisticated file
maintenance routines, large telecommunications networks, computer accounting,
and advanced mathematical/scientific software packages. Develops and deploys
system architectures for applications, security, Backup, Archival and Restoral
(BAR), and workload management. Manages accounts and access to systems and
equipment. Manages systems resources including performance, capacity,
availability, serviceability, and recoverability. Implements security
procedures and tools. Develops and document systems administration standard
operating procedures. Resolves hardware/software interface and interoperability
problems. Maintains systems configuration. Manages the installation and
integration of systems fixes, updates, and enhancements. Updates disaster
recovery documentation. Monitors and analyze audit logs, report any
irregularities. Maintains structure of rights for accounts and groups. Performs
system back-up functions on a daily, weekly and monthly basis as required.
Implements updates on server hardware and software. Maintains and supports the
DCOE Mobile computing environment ensuring the Agency meets all DoD
requirements.


Required: Bachelor’s Degree in
a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education,
technical certifications or training, or work experience. 5+ years of directly
related Information Assurance experience. Candidate must have Security+
certification and another related professional certification.
 
    
 
Job ID:18-194
Job Title:
SharePoint System Administrator
Rate:
82,500K
Primary Skills:
Description:
Candidate will configure, monitor, and manage SharePoint Server
2013 Farms. Participate in a system administration team providing 24/7 coverage
of the SharePoint Farms. Provide support in enhancing the SharePoint Server
Infrastructure's operation and performance. Keep abreast of new technology
developments and make recommendations regarding changes to current standards
and solutions as appropriate. Participate and ensure all activities supporting
DoD cyber related documentation, testing, configuration are completed within
scheduled timeframe.  Support and
coordinate activities with DISA and the team to identify, fix and provide
information regarding resolution of vulnerabilities and incidents. Demonstrate
SharePoint subject matter expertise including: Well-developed knowledge of
SharePoint solution architecture using SharePoint and related technologies. Well-developed
knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server - operation, tuning, backup and recovery. Experience
in installing and implementing Microsoft SQL BI tools, including Microsoft SQL
Server Reporting Services, within a SharePoint 2013 or 2016 environment. Establishing
trusted connections and shared services between farms. Creating and executing
server scripts via PowerShell. Monitoring and managing the patching level all servers
in the farm. Configuring and troubleshooting SharePoint search technologies. Microsoft
SQL, IIS, and Windows Server 2012 or above. Experience with storage, network
and server technologies related to SharePoint. 
Server configuration related to STIGs. An understanding on how to use
SharePoint ULS logging and Correlation ID's to be able to look up error logs.


 


Required:  5+ years of relevant work experience. DoD IAT
Level II Certification. Security + CE is required. At least one Microsoft
Computing Environment Certification (MCTS, MCITP, MCPD, MCSA, or MCSE) is
required. Knowledge and experience with: SharePoint 2013 or 2016, SharePoint
infrastructure, Microsoft SQL Server, IIS, and Windows Server 2012 or above,
RMF/NIST/STIG knowledge, and PowerShell.


 


Desired: BS Degree in IT, engineering, or related
field desired


 


Candidate must have an Active
Secret Security Clearance. This is a
full-time position located in Huntsville, Alabama.
 
    
 
Job ID:18-202
Job Title:
Systems Administrator/Network Mang,
Rate:
TBD
Primary Skills:
Description:
Candidate will work as part of a small team who operate and
maintain the networks and computer systems supporting the AEDC Flight Systems
Wind Tunnels.  Support, maintain, repair,
and install a mixed environment of Linux-based and Microsoft Windows-based workstations
and servers, peripheral equipment, and software applications related to the
operation of the wind tunnel. Performs computer and network trouble-shooting to
diagnose basic system and desktop problems. Performs configuration,
installation, and troubleshooting of networking hardware and services. Analyzes
hardware and software functionality; identifies, locates, resolves and repairs
problems according to IT standards, guidelines and procedures; documents call
records and results. Manages hardware and software maintenance and licensing
contracts, and local licensing services. Based upon experience, candidate will
act as primary System Administrator for facility test support servers and
workstations with responsibility for server, workstation and storage upgrades
and enhancements to meet current and future end-user and facility requirements,
System backups and processes. Configure, monitor, and maintain system security.
Based upon experience, candidate may assist Network Manager with responsibility
and oversight for all network resources supporting facility operations at the
site. Maintain detailed and organized notes and documentation of activities. Adheres
to all safety, security and other company and Air Force policies and
procedures. It is a condition of employment to wear company issued PPE
(personal protective equipment) in accordance with supervisory direction and
company policy. Performs other duties as assigned.


 


Working hours will nominally be 7:00 am to 3:30 pm, Monday
through Friday.


 


Required: IT-related Associates Degree or equivalent. Five
(5) years relevant experience in IT field. Specific experience working as a
Linux or Microsoft Windows System Administrator. Experience with installation,
configuration, and troubleshooting of operating systems. Configuration and
Application of security policies and templates for system hardening. Configuration,
Monitoring, and Tuning of server applications and performance. Storage
Management and Services, including RAID, LVM, NFS. Scripting environments and
shell scripts. Specific experience with computer hardware, including Troubleshooting
and Replacing or Repairing internal components and  Upgrading internal or external components to
meet user or system requirements. Specific experience with networking topologies,
hardware, and cabling. Security+ or equivalent certification. Ability to work
with others and on multi-disciplined teams.


 


Desired: Installation, Configuration, and
Troubleshooting experience with the following operating systems: Linux, Windows
7, and Windows 10. Experience in programming languages (e.g. perl, php, java,
javascript, etc.). Installation, Configuration, and Troubleshooting of HP
server, storage, and desktop hardware. Experience with firewall hardware and
software, including generating and implementing rules for network security and
hardware requirements definition and configuration. Experience with Apache and
Tomcat servers. Experience with NIS and LDAP. Experience with virtualized
environments.  Project Management
experience including management of multi-faceted projects and requirements
definition based on end-user inputs.


MUST BE A U.S. CITIZEN
 
    
 
Job ID:18-234
Job Title:
Surveillance & Security
Rate:
TBD
Primary Skills:
Description:
Candidate must have experience
in the design and development of complex external and internal security systems
for sensitive facilities. Technical challenges range from the combination of
advanced sensors used around the facility to detect and characterize intruders
at range in all weather conditions; the processing, correlation, and learning
from of those sensor data streams to reduce false alarms; the presentation of
imagery and processed data from sites to allow rapid operator decisions; the
design of physical barriers, authentication systems, and entry layers to
prevent unauthorized access; and the design of interior sensors and alarms.


 


Candidate must possess an Active Top Secret Security Clearance.
This is a full-time position, located in Huntsville, AL.
 
    
 
Job ID:18-241
Job Title:
Help Desk Support Services
Rate:
46K al
Primary Skills:
Description:
Candidate will be responsible for performing tasks which require
touching the desktop. Given that this position physically interfaces with the
customer, a professional, courteous demeanor is required in all circumstances.
Must possess excellent communication skills including verbal, written, and
telephone etiquette.  Above average
ability to interpret, analyze, troubleshoot and resolve technical problems.  Must be decisive, conscientious and interact
well in a team environment or training capacity.  Have a strong desire to learn and be able to
follow policies and procedures.  Must
demonstrate the ability to work well with a minimal amount of supervision.  Must have a strong working knowledge of and
experience with computer hardware, software and peripheral devices in a diverse
environment.  Must provide a high level
of interfacing with co-workers and communicate effectively with the clients, IT
personnel and management.


 


Candidate will provide direct customer service and technical
support to users as required via phone, e-mail, on-line systems and in person.
Provide professional and personal assistance to clients in answering inquiries,
locating information and analyzing technical requirements at a moment’s notice,
sometimes in very stressful situations. Provide desk-side information
technology support to U.S. Army war-fighter customers/users at a military
installation. Provide professional and prompt responses to users for problem
resolution, in person, verbally and in writing. Must correspond professionally
and promptly with co-workers and supervisors, in person, verbally and in
writing. Must be able to interface with individuals and military/civilian
professionals at all levels of the organization. Must have good organizational
skills and be able to work independently. Grooming and dress must be
appropriate for the position and must not impose a safety risk/hazard to the
employee or others. Configure and install PCs, network printing devices,
peripherals and software, including physical attachment of equipment to network.
Install and maintain peripheral equipment such as printers, digital senders,
scanners, etc. Familiarity and expertise in various operating systems (Windows
7, Vista, etc.) Familiarity and expertise in mobile devices (blackberries,
Apple IOS, Android, etc.) Familiarity with Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI).
Familiarity and expertise in business applications such as Microsoft Office and
Adobe products and/or customer-defined/Army application suites. Install,
configure and maintain network applications and application distribution
systems. Ensure system security in compliance with customer policy including
virus protection. Implement and maintain network standards and guidelines. Utilize
tools sets such as Symantec Ghost, Active Directory, Remote Desktop, etc. Operate
audio/visual equipment such as Video Teleconferencing devices, projectors, and
presentation hardware. Maintain skill set required to do job. Maintain an
awareness of trends within the technology industry, researching and testing to
determine how they could be implemented within the organization. Perform other
hardware and software tasks as assigned. Awareness of Army compliance
requirements, such as AR 25-2, Security Technical Information Guidelines, and RMF
process. Update systems with IAVA updates and anti-virus updates. Candidate should
be able to plan and implement projects such as migrations, upgrades, and
implementation of new technologies. 


 


Required: Candidate must have a CompTIA Security+
certification earned before 2011 with enrollment in their Continuing Education
program OR a CompTIA Security+
certification earned on or after 1 January 2011 with automatic
enrollment in their Continuing Education program. Candidate must have at least
one additional related computing environment (desktop OS) certification (i.e.
MCITP, A+, MCDST, MCP or HDI Desktop Support Technician). Candidate will be
familiar with desktop operating systems, office applications, hardware, and
installation/troubleshooting, and have some knowledge of network operating
systems and hardware. 


 


Desired: Candidate is desired to have six years
relevant experience OR 4 years’
relevant experience and an Associate’s Degree in a Technical Discipline or
related field.


 


Candidate must have an Active Secret Security Clearance. This is
a full-time position, located in Huntsville, AL.


 
 
    
 
Job ID:18-242
Job Title:
PC Support Manager
Rate:
61K al
Primary Skills:
Description:
Candidate is responsible for performing tasks
which require touching the desktop. Given that this position physically
interfaces with the customer, a professional, courteous demeanor is required in
all circumstances.  Candidate must possess
excellent communication skills including verbal, written, and telephone
etiquette.  Above average ability to
interpret, analyze, troubleshoot and resolve technical problems.  Must be decisive, conscientious and interact
well in a team environment or training capacity.  Have a strong desire to learn and be able to
follow policies and procedures.  Must
demonstrate the ability to work well with a minimal amount of supervision.  Must have a strong working knowledge of and
experience with computer hardware, software and peripheral devices in a diverse
environment.  Must provide a high level
of interfacing with co-workers and communicate effectively with the clients, IT
personnel and management.


 


Provide direct customer service and technical support to users
as required via phone, e-mail, on-line systems and in person. Provide
professional and personal assistance to clients in answering inquiries,
locating information and analyzing technical requirements at a moment’s notice,
sometimes in very stressful situations. Serve as a liaison with organization
leadership for technology-related issues, guidance and questions. Provide
desk-side information technology support to U.S. Army war-fighter
customers/users at a military installation. Provide professional and prompt
responses to users for problem resolution, in person, verbally and in writing. Must
correspond professionally and promptly with co-workers and supervisors, in
person, verbally and in writing. Must be able to interface with individuals and
military/civilian professionals at all levels of the organization. Must have
good organizational skills and be able to work independently. Grooming and
dress must be appropriate for the position and must not impose a safety
risk/hazard to the employee or others.


 


Activities will be directed, monitored, outlined and supervised
by a Project Lead.  Works independently
on recurring projects and assigned tasks. 
Serves as liaison with PEO and PMO leadership.  Serve as liaison/coordinator for organization
moves/relocations, equipment refreshes, and organization projects.  Assist team members with solving high-level
technical issues, providing guidance and assistance as needed.  Candidate will be responsible for training
junior technicians in troubleshooting/repair/maintenance of PC hardware,
troubleshooting/installing software on PCs, and use and maintenance of PC
operating systems.  Candidate serves as a
leader, providing guidance and coaching/training resources to improve customer
support techniques.  Often they will
research, administer and support new technologies in the IT arena per customer
requirements. Candidate will have strong working knowledge of desktop operating
systems, office applications, hardware, installation/troubleshooting and
knowledge of network operating systems and hardware.  Candidate will plan and implement projects
such as migrations, upgrades, and implementation of new technologies.  Candidate should be able to resolve the most
complicated technical issues, rarely needing advice and/or expertise from a
higher-level technician.


 


Required: Candidate must have a CompTIA Security+
certification earned before 2011 with enrollment in their Continuing Education
program OR a CompTIA Security+ certification earned on or after 1 January 2011 with
automatic enrollment in their Continuing Education program AND at least one
additional related computing environment (desktop OS) certification.  Examples: 
MCITP (Enterprise Desktop Support Technician), A+, MCDST, MCP or HDI
Desktop Support Technician.


 


Desired: Candidate is desired to have 6 years of relevant
experience OR 4 years of relevant
experience and an Associate’s Degree in a Technical Discipline or related
field.


 


Candidate must possess an Active Secret Security Clearance. This
is a full-time position located in Huntsville, AL.
 
    
 
Job ID:18-246
Job Title:
Help Desk Support
Rate:
$40-$45K al
Primary Skills:
Description:
Provides technical support and troubleshooting
to network, desktop, and/or systems hardware and software. Screens, refers and
diagnoses internal inquiries and work requests as they relate to maintenance of
personal computers and related systems. Installs, configures, and upgrades computer
hardware and software. Provides end-user software troubleshooting and support. Applies
advanced diagnostic techniques to identify problems, investigate causes, and
recommend solutions. Provides troubleshooting and support. Participates in the
administration of e-mail systems. Provides phone and help-desk support for
local and off-site users. Provides guidance and work leadership to
less-experienced technicians. Maintains current knowledge of relevant
technologies as assigned. Participates in special projects as required.


 


Required: Associates Degree in a related technical
discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical
certifications or training, or work experience. 3-5 years of directly related
experience supporting help desk operations. Candidate must have Security+ CE certification.



 


Desired: Candidate is desired to have 5 + years of
experience in a Windows environment.


 


No Security Clearance needed. Candidate must be able to pass a
background check that will result in the issuance of a Common Access Card
(CAC). This is full-time position.


 
 
    
 
Job ID:835189
Job Title:
Certification Project Administrator
Rate:
41.00-50.00 hourly
Primary Skills:
Description:
Responsible
for developing Certification Package (Cert Plan, CCL, and CIP) for assigned
projects



Responsible
for establishing and managing STC and/or MRA project certification schedule on
assigned projects.



Responsible
for coordinating UM data and drawing review, evaluation, and approval
activities as assigned by the principal project ODA STC or MRA Administrator.



Responsible
for establishing and maintaining STC and/or MRA project Master Data List on
assigned projects.



Responsible
for ensuring compliance with the Code of Federal Regulations (CFRs) Parts 21,
27, & 29 for all STC and/or Major Alteration modifications made on helicopters.




Responsible
for ensuring that the FAA approved ODA Procedures Manual procedures are
followed.



Responsible
for reviewing and ensuring the current FAA Orders and policies for the AHI ODA
activities are being followed



Responsible
for serving as the central point of communications for ODA certification
project issues.



Responsible
to maintain and safeguard all ODA STC and/or MRA files and records on behalf of
the FAA.



Education:



Engineering
degree or level of equivalent experience.



Preferred
FAA Training although not required



ODA
Standardization Part I



ODA
Standardization Part II, Supplemental Type Certificates



Initial
Aircraft Certification Part I



Initial
Aircraft Certification Part II



DER
Standardization



Experience: Minimum
of five years related experience and at least two years working experience on
FAA Certification projects.  Prior
Project Management experience preferred



CFR Part 21,
27, & 29 experience preferred



Technical
Systems Proficiency: Microsoft Office Suite and Microsoft Project



Citizenship:
US Person under ITAR definition (U.S. Citizen, green card holder or person
covered under our existing ITAR license)
 
    
 
Job ID:839663
Job Title:
Accounts Payable Specialist
Rate:
18-20 hourly
Primary Skills:
Description:
Education/Special Qualifications:A high school diploma with some training in accounting.Proficient in LOTUS Notes, SAP and MicroSoft Office.


The Accounts Payable Specialist will manage customer accounts and process payments received to secure revenue and to provide related accounting support. 
Process invoices for inventory receipts including scanning, data entry, posting and reconciliation of vendor statements. Process invoices for general procurement activities including vendor setup (execute) process weekly payments and resolve disputes. Manage travel/employee reimbursements and associated software and applications that manage the process. Responsible for general ledger posting and accounting entries related to AP activities. Perform other duties as assigned. 
 
    
 
Job ID:854584
Job Title:
Customer Service Representative
Rate:
$15-18/hr
Primary Skills:
Description:
Must be able to interpret customer order and delivery
requirements, enter orders, and follow-up as necessary, ensuring customer
fulfillment of orders are within company policy guidelines. Communicate with
customers on a daily basis regarding resolution of their order, delivery or
account problems. Monitor customer orders placed electronically for timely
processing fulfillment. Utilize problem solving skills to help customers
through their day to day requirements. 


Seeking 5 years’
experience in logistics or technical support areas with one year in the
aviation industry.  Prefer previous SAP
experience and strong communications skills
 
    
 
Job ID:856433
Job Title:
Manager, US Navy Fleet Operations
Rate:
TBD
Primary Skills:
Description:
Position Summary Company is looking for an experienced
operation professional with extensive experience in helicopter pilot training
for the US Navy at Whiting Field NAS, Milton, Florida, including associated
sustainment.  This individual should have
extensive knowledge of the US Navy's current helicopter training requirements
at the above location and the specific operational training needs of the US Navy
for both the TH-57 and FRS (Fleet Replacement Squadron). Preference would be a
current or former pilot instructor or fleet operations director with a deep and
recent understanding of US Navy training practices and operations. This
position will support a large US Navy capture effort for the replacement of the
TH-57 and associated support and services. He or she must have exceptional
writing skills and be able to write detailed proposals, position papers, and
memoranda that advocate the OEM support approach and business value of OEM
training and support services for executive and US Navy decision-maker
audiences.  He or she must also be
articulate and collaborative and is expected to attend US Navy and other
military industry conferences to represent Company as a subject matter expert
on US Navy training fleet topics.


Experience:  Required:   Minimum of 7 years' experience in fleet
operations, helicopter pilot training/instruction and/or maintenance management
at least 2 of which must have been at Whiting Field Naval Air Station (NAS),
Milton, Florida within the last 5 years


Preferred: US Navy experience in areas of pilot training,
operations, maintenance preferred.


Licensure/Certifications: 
Preferred:  Currently holding or
have held a commercial helicopter pilots license and/or rating as a military
pilot


Knowledge, Skills, Demonstrated Capabilities:  Required: 
In depth knowledge of Whiting Field NAS current operations in areas of
pilot training, fleet operations


Preferred: Recently held a leadership position overseeing
Whiting Field operations in the areas stated above


Requires the ability to speak and hear clearly.  Able to compose written documentation and to
read and interpret various types of US Navy directives and publications.


Travel Required:  Citizenship:  US person under ITAR regulations