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Odyssey Systems Consulting Group

201 Edgewater Drive, Suite 270, Wakefield, MA 01880

(781) 245
-
0111


Fax (781) 245
-
5858


www.odysseyconsult.com


March 3, 2011

Software Programmer II

JO# 2171

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

The Net
-
centric Integration Group serves as a center for development of network
-
centric software tools
based on
Service
-
Oriented Architecture and leveraging the Dept. of Defense Net
-
Centric Enterprise
Services (NCES). Our customer is using Web 2.0 technologies to expose data from a diverse set of
external sensors and data feeds, develop operationally relevant missio
n and cross
-
mission services, and
integrate these into next
-
generation situational awareness displays for senior government leadership.
Proof
-
of
-
concept objectives include exposure of sensor data in common formats, machine
-
to
-
machine
messaging, developmen
t of services that can be composed into user
-
defined processing chains and
development of advanced thin client, web
-
browser
-
based situational awareness displays.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

The can
didate will develop, integrate and test solutions to for several inter
-
related projects. Work will include
developing advanced SOA
-
based applications and services that are secure, assured, and robust in a
variety of challenged networking environments. Can
didate will work with project teams to produce, test,
deliver and support code for research initiatives, internal project collaborations and external project
deliverables in operationally relevant environments.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: BS in Computer Scie
nce, Electrical Engineering, or related field with two years directly related experience.

: Excellent programming skills with Java, JavaScript, and modern software development tools are required.

: Experience with XML and Eclipse is required. Demonstrated

understanding of SOA concepts and
technologies such as WSDL, SOAP, Camel, and JMS is required.

: Experience with advanced user interface design, and incorporating user feedback is required.

: Active Secret Clearance


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Experience
with coordinate transformation and visualization of complex geo
-
spatial data is desired.

: Candidate shall be a self
-
motivated developer who explores and uses the latest software techniques and
technologies.

: Candidate must have good oral and written
communication skills and the ability to work well in a team.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Location: Lexington, MA

: Travel: Non
-
anticipated


Contracting Administrative Support

JO# 2169

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Provide administrative and data managemen
t support to the Chief, Contracts Division (ESC/HSIK) and his
staff at Peterson AFB, to include transmitting documents and data files; general support for business
meetings, and other events.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include b
ut are not limited to:

: Provide support to the Chief of Contracting and 22
-
member Contracting Branch including geographically
separated unit at Hanscom AFB, MA.

: Maintain calendar for the Branch Chief.

: Manage branch's government timecard program.



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201 Edgewater Drive, Suite 270, Wakefield, MA 01880

(781) 245
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0111


Fax (781) 245
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5858


www.odysseyconsult.com


: Sch
edule meetings and make conference room arrangements.

: Provide receptionist services for the Branch Chief.

: Prepare staff summary sheets and correspondence.

: Perform information management tasks including management of paper and electronic files and
doc
umentation.

: Manage suspense program for the Division.

: Track the status and due dates of military and civilian evaluations and performance feedbacks.

: Prepare travel arrangements in the Defense Travel System (DTS), visit requests, overseas visit messag
es
as required.

: Arrange travel for the Sensor, ISC2, JMS team members, as well as the Division's legal counsel in support
of Contracting Branch objectives.

: Set up travel and coordinate visit requests for personnel visiting from other locations.

: Coord
inate video teleconference and offsite meetings for HSIK personnel to include site visits for the
Contracting staff. Ensure that the staff is granted access via security personnel.

: Ensure HSIK staff has the proper access badges for entry into prime contr
actor facilities.

: Perform other administrative and human resource duties, as assigned.

: Perform contracting data management support for the Chief of Contracting, subordinate Primary
Contracting Officers (PCOs) and Program Managers.

: Track and assist in

the coordination of contract documentation.

: Draft Request for Proposal (RFP) letters for programs on Sensor, JMS and ISC2 contracts.

: Document and manage Statement of Objectives (SOO) and Statement of Work (SOW) generation and
track any changes to thes
e documents.


: Proposal management to include tracking of the processing of proposals; this includes analysis,
management and maintenance of proposals on three contracts.


: Track the status of proposal technical evaluations and ensure timely delivery

to HSIK.


: Develop and maintain official contract files.


: Maintain the HSIK shared drive in order for programs have access to needed files. This requires that
moving only those files which pertain to each program so that HSIK
-
sensitive files are no
t available.


: Coordinate with prime contractors to insure that documents are expedited in a timely fashion and that
signatures are obtained and documented for distribution in order to get requirements on contract.


: Interface with both internal Gove
rnment counterparts as well as external contractors to coordinate the
implementation of HSIK processes.


: Utilize the SENSORNET website to track, download, distribute, and maintain SENSOR documents; also
train HSIK personnel as needed.


MINIMUM QUALIFIC
ATIONS


: Seven (7) years experience


: Bachelor degree


: Active Secret Clearance.


: Expert in DoD administrative and records management systems and processes.


: Excellent proficiency in MS Office applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).



: Experience with Defense Travel System (DTS).


: Experience working with executive
-
level internal and external customers.


: Experience and maturity in providing direct support to an executive level customer.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


: Experience

with Defense contracting.


: Familiarity with DoD acquisition programs and processes.


: Experience with Air Force military and civilian personnel systems and processes.


: Familiarity with the 850 ELSG.


: Experience working with executive level
military and DoD civilian leaders.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO


: Location: Peterson AFB CO


: Travel: Travel to other buildings on base or in the local areas less than 20% of the time.




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201 Edgewater Drive, Suite 270, Wakefield, MA 01880

(781) 245
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0111


Fax (781) 245
-
5858


www.odysseyconsult.com


Administrative Assistant

JO# 2168

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Provide the full range of executive administrative support for the Capabilities Branch Chief and the
Operations Management Branch Chief.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Maintain calendars for both
Branch Chiefs and other staff as directed.

: Provide receptionist services for the Branch Chiefs.

: Schedule meetings, make conference room arrangements, and provide meeting support.

: Maintain Branch/Program Office telephone, recall rosters, Organiz
ational Charts.

: Perform Records Management functions to include Self Inspection checklists and file plans.

: Be point of contact for computers, printers, fax, phones, utilities, physical facility work orders.

: Set up video teleconferences (VTCs),
classified VTCs and conference calls.

: Prepare correspondence and assist in document staffing.

: Assist with information management tasks including management of paper and electronic files and
documentation.

: Perform other administrative and human
resource duties, as assigned.

: Make travel arrangements for Branches and their staffs.

: Analyze, and brief the Branch Chiefs on open action items and other matters as needed

: Perform charts printing and distribution.

: Assist with consolidating
acquisition reports; solicit inputs, compile inputs; track status, log as required.

: Assist with End of Day Reports
-

send daily reminders, compile, file inputs

: Assist with End of Week Reports
-

send reminders; compile, file inputs

: Log all worki
ng and closed taskers.

: Receive, analyze, package, coordinate and forward taskers.

: Track task progress and deadlines; report status as required.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Four (4) years experience.

: Associates degree.

: Active Secret Clearance

:
Expert in DoD administrative and records management systems and processes.

: Excellent proficiency in MS Office applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).

: Experience with Defense Travel System (DTS).

: Experience working with executive
-
level internal an
d external customers.

: Experience and maturity in providing direct support to an executive level customer.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Bachelor's Degree

: Experience supporting Air Force acquisition and program management organizations

: Experience with s
uspense management systems.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Work location is Peterson Air Force Base.

: Travel is not required.


Software Engineer I

JO# 2167

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Odyssey Systems is looking for two (2) Software Engineer I candidates t
o support a high
-
visibility program
with spiral deliveries.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:



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201 Edgewater Drive, Suite 270, Wakefield, MA 01880

(781) 245
-
0111


Fax (781) 245
-
5858


www.odysseyconsult.com


These persons would work closely with developers to implement algorithms and user interface in an OGC
environ
ment and must have the ability to work in a small
-
team environment and actively participate in
design discussions.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Must have a bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Engineering, or closely related field with 3+ years
of
experience

: Must have an active Secret Clearance

: The candidate must be willing to relocate to a commutable distance from customer site if current living
conditions require relocation.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Experience with database (PostgreSQL, myS
QL) interaction highly desired especially optimization of large
datasets

: Experience with Service Oriented Architectures highly desired

: Experience with GUI development desired

: Familiarity with Matlab, and Eclipse or NetBeans is a plus

: Familiarity w
ith geospatial applications and formats such as ArcGIS, KML is a plus

: Familiarity with numerical method and algorithm conversion is a plus


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Location: Lexington, Ma

Travel: Non
-
Anticipated


Game Simulation Engineer

JO#
2166

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

A software engineer is needed to assist with the development of performance assessment tools for an
experimental immersive simulation (game) for law enforcement.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but ar
e not limited to:

These performance assessment tools will help analyze player's game play and associated decision making
process, identify player's strengths and weaknesses, and produce data visualizations of analysis results for
presentation back to the p
layer. Candidates must have a strong understanding of statistics, be familiar with
best practices for object oriented software development and have a demonstrated proficiency with quickly
prototyping abstract concepts. Additionally, candidates must be abl
e to self start and work efficiently in an
exploratory environment.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Must have a BS degree with at least 3 years of relevant experience

: Strong and relevant software development skills

: Proficiency with Python, C / C++

: Strong
understanding of statistics ? Self
-
Starter

: Willingness to learn various technical skills and is resourceful

: Excellent problem identification, analysis and solving skills

: Excellent written and oral communication skills


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Matl
ab programming experience

: SQL and database programming with Python (e.g. SQLalchemy)

: Python GUI development (e.g. Qt, pyQT)

: Simulation based training (i.e. serious games, war gaming, commercial video games)

: Web services experience

: Experience with

Linux and Windows 7 operating systems




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Odyssey Systems Consulting Group

201 Edgewater Drive, Suite 270, Wakefield, MA 01880

(781) 245
-
0111


Fax (781) 245
-
5858


www.odysseyconsult.com


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Location: Lexington, MA

: Travel: Non
-
Anticipated


Power Engineer

JO# 2165

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

The work will involve configuring and testing vendor specified microgird architect
ures and equipment.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Performing electrical engineering duties with a concentration in power system engineering.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Candidate must have a Masters
degree in a related field and have at least 3 years of relevant experience

: Candidate must be knowledgeable in high voltage mixed AC & DC power system architectures including
control of and communication among the various elements of a power grid architec
ture

: Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a department of defense security clearance


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Candidate with a MSEE is desired


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Location: Lexington, MA

: Travel: Non
-
anticipated


Software E
ngineer

JO# 2164

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

A software engineer is needed to maintain and enhance a deployed imagery exploitation application.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Position involves software develo
pment for Windows (GDI) client application and Windows and Linux
server applications in C/C++, plus supporting the user community.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

MS in Computer Science with 5+ years experience in software development in C/C++

Experience with Wind
ows DevStudio, network client
-
server programming, and Linux (non
-
GUI) applications
development required

Must have demonstrated written and oral communication skills.

Must have an active Secret clearance


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Image processing experience

and multi
-
threaded applications development very desirable

MATLAB experience a plus


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Location: Lexington, MA

Travel: Non
-
Anticipated


Acquisition Program Manager

JO# 2163

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)



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201 Edgewater Drive, Suite 270, Wakefield, MA 01880

(781) 245
-
0111


Fax (781) 245
-
5858


www.odysseyconsult.com


Provide acquisition program
management support to the Government program manager by developing
overarching DoD 5000 series
-
required documentation to support comprehensive project management
acquisition strategy planning, development and execution to achieve program objectives


RESPON
SIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Create and assist in developing acquisition program documentation required by DoD 5000 series to
support program efforts and acquisition milestones/reviews, applying knowledg
e of streamlined acquisition
policies/procedures and program management skills.


: Assist with the definition, development, documentation and management of user requirements, building on
existing requirements and management processes to identify, review an
d approve inherent and new
capability needs to support a larger user community (to include assisting in conducting Industry Days,
developing implementation strategies, etc.)

: Assist the Program Manager in execution/management of day
-
to
-
day program activit
ies, to include:
associated contract actions, acquisition planning, coordination of agendas, action item
documentation/resolution, and execution of requirements and plans.

: Prepare Request for Proposal (RFP) documentation consisting of Statements of Objec
tives, Statements of
Work, Program Specifications, Contract Data Requirements Lists, etc. per DoD 5000 series; participate in
associated evaluations, source selection and related activities.

: Assist in the development and execution of strategies and budge
ts to efficiently/effectively execute
programs.

: Monitor effectiveness of achieving program goals and objectives; to include monitoring cost, schedule and
technical performance and associated risks.

: Assist in the planning, facilitation, coordination of
agendas, action items, and technical/program issues
related to management, technical and test reviews to include requirements and design reviews, audits, one
-
pass meetings, etc.

: Prepare/update briefings and reports as required.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

:
Bachelor degree.

: Twelve (12) or more years of experience in DoD program management and acquisition.

: Acquisition program
-
related cost/schedule/technical performance experience.

: Demonstrated ability to work multiple project efforts and interface with m
ultiple contractors, MITRE,
Government, and US military personnel at various levels.

: Excellent communication skills (verbal and written).

: Proficiency in PowerPoint, Excel and Word.

: Top Secret/SCI (w/ current investigation w/in the past 5 years)


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Two (2) to three (3) years of contract management desired.

: Two (2) years of Information Technology/Communication and Computer Systems experience highly
desired.

: SAR/SAP experience highly desired.

: APDP Level II or III Certif
ication (or equivalent) in Program Management highly desired.

: Proficiency in Microsoft Project.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Work performed at Hanscom AFB MA

: Frequent travel (within CONUS) is required (potential to average 4
-
8 days per month)
.


Missiles Journeyman PM

JO# 2162

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Provide PM modification support for the Cruise Missile Program office




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201 Edgewater Drive, Suite 270, Wakefield, MA 01880

(781) 245
-
0111


Fax (781) 245
-
5858


www.odysseyconsult.com


Provide Program Management for life
-
cycle management on Cruise Missiles and support the development
of program management strate
gies to include initiating, reviewing, developing, and implementing activities
to accomplish Business Case Analysis (BCA), Cost of Ownership analysis (COO), aging aircraft analysis,
process documentation, PWSs, Data Items Descriptions (DIDs), test plans, (
reference DI
-
NDTI
-
80566A,
Test Plans) acquisition plans, Life Cycle Management Plans (LCMPs), Engine Life Management Plans
(ELMP), Performance Plans (PPs), Acquisition Strategy Panels (ASPs), Integrated Master Plan (IMP),
Integrated Master Schedule (IMS),
Aircraft Information Program (AIP), and Aircraft Information
Management Plan (AIMP).


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Program Management support shall be required for the application of program manageme
nt initiatives to
include purchasing commercial items such as Non
-
Developmental Items (NDI), Commercial Off
-
The
-
Shelf
(COTS), The individual must be knowledgeable of commercial practices such as Performance Based
Business Environment (PBBE), Evolutionary A
cquisition (EA), Agile Acquisition (AA), Joint Capabilities
Integration and Development System (JCIDS), Concepts of Operation (CONOPS), partnering, architectural
views, and Capabilities Review and Risk Assessment (CRRA).

Support government programs as assi
gned. Provide knowledge and experience necessary in program
management philosophy, policies, and procedures to the procurement and sustainment of aircraft systems,
subsystems, components and equipment. Shall be knowledgeable of acquisition policies, sta
tutes, and
guidelines. Will assist in program planning, financial budgeting, financial management, tracking, reporting,
and evaluating metrics, and organizing and managing critical aspects of the development, production,
deployment, and sustainment of cap
abilities, systems, subsystems, and equipment. Assist with schedule
and performance information which will be incorporated into program status update briefs to senior level
executives and operational wing personnel, shall assist in preparing conference ag
endas, minutes and
conference reports


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum of seven (7) years of aerospace program management with at least two years in direct AFMC
weapon systems sustainment support. Must have at least a BS degree in a business, engineering o
r
technical field. Prefer certification in Government Level I, II or equivalent Aerospace educational
experience in Acquisition Life Cycle Management or Program Management.

Experience with the sustainment of DoD weapon systems.

Recommend actions, and pe
rform any related tasks to support existing and projected modification
programs while assisting with sustainment management activities for spares and weapon system
sustainment.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

5
-
8 Years weapons platform program management
experience with an AFMC weapon systems program
office; Acquisition certification in engineering, logistics or program management.

Key Words: program manager; Bomber; System Program Office; weapon system sustainment; AFMC
Engineering; Life Cycle Analysis,
Road Map; Acquisition Certification;


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Tinker AFB OK 73145


Sr. Thermal Engineer

JO# 2161

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Odyssey Systems is seeking a senior thermal engineer to lead the thermal design and management of
electro
-
optic
al payload.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: The thermal engineer will be asked to carry out system
-
level and detailed thermal design and analysis on
full system payload including optical sensor, elec
tro
-
optical components, and supporting electronics.



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201 Edgewater Drive, Suite 270, Wakefield, MA 01880

(781) 245
-
0111


Fax (781) 245
-
5858


www.odysseyconsult.com


: The engineer will support decision making in the system design architecture and overall thermal
management, evaluate/select/procure thermal control hardware, and be responsible for executing
development
al and qualification testing.

: The engineer will need to lead a team of less experienced staff.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: The candidate must have experience with airborne and spaceborne electro
-
optical sensors ranging from
the thermal design, analysis, as
sembly, testing, and integration

: Candidate must be capable of providing thermal design solution as part of integrated optomechanical
team to meet optical performance requirements and structural integrity over the operational lifetime

: Experience must in
clude use of heat exchangers, cold plates, cryo
-
coolers, heaters, radiators, insulation,
and have a broad knowledge of thermal materials and properties.

: Candidate must have an active secret clearance


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: The thermal engineer must
have experience using the thermal analysis software package Thermal
Desktop. Thermal Desktop will be used to develop geometry based component, subassembly, and system
level thermal models to meet thermal design requirements.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONA
L INFO

Location: Lexington, MA

Travel: Non
-
anticipated


Network Support Specialist

JO# 2160

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Provide Scientific, Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) Support Services to the US Space and
Missile Defense Center and Army Strategic
Command (SMDC/ARSTRAT) providing systems
administration for Windows XP, and Windows 2000 systems for tactical terminal equipment.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Provides hardware/software configurat
ion and training on computer platforms and software, assisting
customers with performance and reliability evaluation at remote locations, and developing system
configurations to meet special customer requirements on tactical intelligence equipment.

: Commu
nicate with internal and external sources to assure proper and timely project completion.

: Perform work on complex technical assignments for major segments of a project(s) involving research,
design, and analysis and is able to develop, implement, and mai
ntain computer security procedures in
accordance with government regulations.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Working knowledge of space operational requirements.

: 5 or more years experience supporting USASMDC/ARSTRAT

: Security + certified

: Secret clearance


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Peterson Air Force Base, CO


Desktop Imaging and Deployment Technician

JO# 2159

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

The Desktop Imaging and Deployment Technician will assist in creating and maintaining tools and scripts
for the deploy
ment of Windows desktop images using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit. The candidate will
also be responsible for testing and documenting desktop images and the deployment process.




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201 Edgewater Drive, Suite 270, Wakefield, MA 01880

(781) 245
-
0111


Fax (781) 245
-
5858


www.odysseyconsult.com


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not

limited to:

-

Test and maintain Windows 7 images using Microsoft's Deployment Toolkit (MDT)

-

Maintain scripts for image deployment and User State Migration (USMT)

-

Maintain documentation of build and deployment processes and procedures

-

Create and
follow reliable test plans to ensure desired deployments are distributed successfully

-

Assist the team, other IT staff, and customers, to resolve issues relating to desktop deployment and
Windows imaging


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

-

B.S. in Engineering, Comp
uter Science, or similar field, or relevant work experience

-

Knowledge of fundamental Windows and networking technologies, including but not limited to Active
Directory, LDAP, DNS, DHCP, Kerberos, WMI, Windows Registry, MSI, GPO, etc.

-

Working knowledge
of VBscript and batch file scripting

-

Working knowledge of Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) or Microsoft's Business Desktop Deployment
(BDD)

-

Working knowledge of Windows imaging technologies, WinPE, Ghost, Windows Automated Installation Kit
(WAIK), Us
er State Migration Tool (USMT), SysPrep, etc

-

3
-
5 years of experience in Windows imaging and desktop deployment

-

3
-
5 years of experience supporting Windows desktops

-

Ability to function effectively in a fast
-
paced environment, handle multiple tasks simu
ltaneously, and meet
deadlines

-

Ability to work both independently and as a team member under minimal supervision and direction

-

Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to tailor message to intended audience

-

Excellent organization
al skills

-

Active Secret Clearance


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

-

Experience with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)

-

Microsoft and/or ITIL Certifications


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Location: Lexington, MA

Travel: Non
-
Anticipated


Business Operations Management

JO# 2158

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Provide oversight to Space Fence Branch Business Operations Team, management of day
-
to
-
day branch
operations and facilities concerns, and military and civilian personnel management expertise and

support.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:


: Provide Human Resources support to the Branch Chief, Deputy Branch Chief and other senior Branch
staff as required.


: Provide support for managing Bran
ch manpower and personnel; performance reports and appraisals;
performance feedbacks; awards and decorations; and deployment readiness.


: Assist the Branch Chief in the formulation of inputs to the ESC Program Priority List (PPL), and other
manpower pro
ducts.


: Monitor Branch Career Development and Training.


: Monitors Branch compliance with all military and civilian career development and training to include:
formal education and training; Professional Military Education; commercial vendor trainin
g; military and
civilian career development information, planning and templates; and the Acquisition Professional
Development Program (APDP) training and certification process.


: Provide Branch Security support to the Branch Chief, Deputy Branch Chief a
nd Branch staff.



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: Provide security (industrial, information, operations, personnel and physical) guidance and support
across the Branch; support dissemination of foreign disclosure (request for release of information to foreign
nationals) guidance and
support across the Branch.


: Provide facilities support (management of Branch facilities, office space requirements, telephone
requirements, etc.) for ESC/HSIB within Building 1614 on HAFB and facilitate information technology and
telephone support requ
ests.


: Ensure maintenance of Branch level management meeting schedules (e.g., Staff Meetings).


: Facilitate exercises/inspections (e.g., BREs, WMS activities, ORIs, audits), and support preparation of
Branch historical report.


: Provide Cross Bra
nch communications support.


: Ensure maintenance/update of Branch organization chart and Division Operations Manual.


: Manage Suspense Tracking System (STS) inputs/updates, analyze all tasking inputs, ensure tasking is
complete and clear, answer task
ing with existing information if possible, facilitate task completion, and
minimize Branch tasking.


: Oversee management/update of Division website/SharePoint.


: Facilitate development of Branch briefings (e.g., Newcomers Orientation, Branch Chief Ca
ll, DV
briefings).


: Ensure tracking of coordination packages for program documents


: Other tasks, as assigned by Branch leadership (e.g., plan for Branch reorganization)


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Seven (7) years experience managing Air Force civilia
n and military personnel employees and programs.

: Bachelors degree.

: Active Secret Clearance.

: Experience in Air Force acquisition and program management organization.

: Excellent proficiency in MS Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and
Project).


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Training and/or certification in civilian and military personnel management.

: Program management experience equivalent to PM Level I.

: Experience with Program Executive Officer (PEO) Space programs.

: Experience with

Acquisition Category (ACAT) I level programs.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO


: Work location is Hanscom Air Force Base.


: Travel up to 25% is expected.


Front Office Support

JO# 2157

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Provides Personnel Data Processing Funct
ional Support to complement the Acquisition Administration
Support within the Space C2 & Surveillance Division (ESC/HSI) front office at Hanscom AFB MA.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Coordinate Han
scom AFB
-
based manpower actions with ESC/HSIOM and Directorate Human Resources
(HR).

: Interact with ESC/CSH, Functional Staffs, Directorate HR Staff, and Supervisors as necessary. Act as
Hanscom point of contact (POC) for ESC/HSIOM.

: Support the trackin
g and response of all HR support related taskings in the suspense tracking system
(STS); serves as backup to the ESC/HSIOM at Peterson AFB.

: Coordinate Air Force system (MilPDS, ACMS, training systems, etc.) updates through ESC/CSH and ESC
Functional Staf
fs; serves as backup to the ESC/HSIOM at Peterson AFB.

: Assist to facilitate In
-

and Out
-
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: Support Supervisors and Functional Staffs in providing training guidance/information to members.



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: Coordinate person
nel documents with Directorate agencies as required for performance reports,
decorations, awards, promotion recommendation forms, etc.

: Coordinate all military and civilian feedbacks for personnel stationed within ESC/HSI at Hanscom AFB.

: Maintain and up
date personnel information in Wingman System for Hanscom AFB personnel; serve as
back up for this support at Peterson AFB.

: Collect and process Hanscom AFB
-
based awards from review board to distribution.

: Assemble promotion recommendation form and
performance report folders and track status in Wingman.

: Provide quality control for applicable documents for senior leadership's review.

: Provide administrative, business processes, and information, data, and records management support
capabilities to i
nclude formatting correspondence, reports, and briefings drafted by management personnel,
transmitting documents and data files, and organizing and maintaining management files and other
deliverables.

: Support life
-
cycle management of information as recor
ds custodian through Air Force Records
Management Program.

: Assist with preparation of executive level presentations that require visual display/presentations/aids.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Seven (7) or more years experience within the general functional

area.

: Bachelor Degree or equivalent years of experience.

: Active Secret Clearance.

: Expert in DoD administrative and records management systems and processes.

: Able to provide executive level support in a high tempo, high pressure front office enviro
nment.

: Excellent proficiency in MS Office applications (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


: Experience supporting Air Force acquisition and program management organizations.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO


: Work location
is Hanscom Air Force Base, MA.


: Travel is not anticipated.


Administrative Support Specialist

JO# 2156

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Provide executive and administrative assistance to the Space C2 & Surveillance Division (ESC/HSI) senior
level management and Fro
nt Office personnel.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:


Schedule Support


: Schedule meetings at Senior
-
leader's request; ensure location/dial
-
in, and participants are resolved


: De
-
conflict Senior
-
leader's calendar


: Manage meetings requesting Senior
-
leader's participation


: Provide calendar read ahead at end of day


: Monitor and ensure that Senior
-
leaders are on time for appointments and meetings


: Coordinate wee
kly scheduling meeting


Meeting Support


: Ensure location/dial
-
in is established before meeting


: Ensure Division Chief has meeting read ahead materials


: Ensure other attendees have location/dial
-
in and materials


: Set up video teleconfere
nce and telephone conference bridge connections


Travel Arrangements Support


: Schedule flight, hotel, rental car, and taxi service to and from airport


: File travel voucher


Communications Support


: Phone coverage from 0800
-
1600 at a mini
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: Proofreading/editing correspondence in support of the Division Chief


: Returning coordinated documents to action officer


: Assembling performance reports and awards packages/route


: Compile recall roster information for the Division


MINI
MUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Twelve (12) or more years experience.


Secret Clearance (active)

: Bachelor Degree or equivalent years of experience.

: Expert in DoD administrative and records management systems and processes.

: Able to provide executive level admin
istrative support in a high tempo, high pressure front office
environment.

: Excellent proficiency in MS Office applications (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


: Experience supporting Air Force acquisition and program management organizations.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO


: Work location is Hanscom Air Force Base.


: Travel is not required.


Software Developer

JO#2155

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

An Engine
er is needed to participate in software development in support of USAF programs.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

The position involves developing software for the Disaster Response Program.


MINIMUM QU
ALIFICATIONS

BS or MS in Computer Science or Applied Mathematics with relevant experience is required

Four or more years of software development experience is required

Experience in Java and C++ in a Linux/Unix environment are required

Experience in Web ap
plication development and DBMS/SQL are required

Experience with surveillance systems, communications/networks, and data/ systems analysis are required

Must have strong written and oral communication skills and be able to work in a team environment

Active S
ecret Clearance


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Experience with software development and code management with Web technologies (Web Services,
XML, etc) are desired

Experience with Service Oriented Architecture is desired


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Location: Lexington, MA

Travel: Non
-
Anticipated


Administrative Assistnt

JO# 2149

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

The Facility Services Department is seeking an individual who is a self
-
starter and works extremely well
within a team environment to carry out general
administrative duties for our Chief Engineer.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:



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Specific tasks will range and vary but, a core focus will be managing SAP enterprise applications to
schedule and report on

the engineering work
-
force. Reports will be generated periodically and on
-
demand
for individual/team workloads, utilization percentages and resource projections.


Additionally, this individual will assist our team of project managers with project
-
related
specification
writing/editing and will assist in procurement processes as needed. Improvements to the overall business
processes within the engineering department and the project management staff are needed. Financial
closeout and final project
-
documentati
on gathering to support the closeout process will be required.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

BS in a related field

Experience in MS Windows based applications, specifically MS Project

Experience with spec
-
writing tool a plus (Spec
-
Link)

Experience in project
-
man
agement industry


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Experience scheduling large work team a plus

SAP Capacity Planning, Workforce Planning, BW, PM experience a plus


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Location: Lexington, MA

Travel: non anticipated


Training
Specialist

JO# 2147

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Coordinate and Manage Training and Education for the Joint Functional Component Command for
Integrated Missile Defense (JFCC
-
IMD) in support of United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM).


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUT
IES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Scheduling all education and training events for the JFCC IMD staff.

: Developing and publishing of the USSTRATCOM Missile Defense Annual Training Plan (ATP).

: Coordinating, staffing and main
taining the command's entries in the Defense Readiness Reporting
System (DRRS), and the Joint Training Information Management System (JTIMS).

: Working on a daily basis with BMDS element and Service specific registrars to obtain quotas for all JFCC
IMD per
sonnel.

: Participating in the BMDS Training and Education Group (BTEG), and element level Training Working
Group (TWG) for organizational and COCOM BMDS training requirements.

Interface and liaison to MDA/BC for DMETS scenarios and issues.

: Coordinating
with USSTRATCOM/J7 in order to maintain, update, and revise USSTRATCOM's SI 508
-
8,
BMDS Training, Qualification & Certification Program.

: Coordinating the JFCC IMD's monthly readiness assessment within the command and prepares and staffs
(through Commande
r, JFCC IMD) both command and staff JMETL assessments for posting to DRRS.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

* Top Secret clearance

* Management skills in operations, training, emergency and staff evaluation

* Experience and in
-
depth understanding of the Ballistic M
issile Defense System elements.

* Experience and in
-
depth understanding of DRRS

* Experience and in
-
depth understanding of JTIMS

* Experience and in
-
depth understanding of how to develop and publish an Annual Training Plan (ATP)


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

U
SSTRATCOM of JFCC IMD background/experience




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GMD Military Analyst

JO# 2146

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

This task order is to provide System Engineering and Technical Analysis support to U.S. Army
Space and
Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command (USASMDC/ARSTRAT), 100th Missile
Defense Brigade (GMD), to include the 49th Missile Defense Battalion Ft. Greely ,AK and Detachment 1,
Vandenberg Air Force Base, in the planning, training, an
d execution of it's Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD)
mission, to include sustaining a Limited Defense Operation (LDO) capability and posture the brigade to
integrate new capabilities (Spiral Development).


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibiliti
es include but are not limited to:

: Support the day
-
to
-
day operations and planning for the 100th Missile Defense (MD) Brigade.

: Support the Brigade in the day
-
to
-
day staff actions, taskings, and coordination with USNORTHCOM,
USSTRATCOM and SMDC/ ARSTRAT
staffs.

: Update the Brigade Operations SOP to include training management, cyclic training meetings, training
schedule format, current operations and readiness reporting.

: Support the Brigade conduct of crisis planning.

: Manage the Brigades Training Man
agement Program, in the Digital Training Management System
(DTMS).

: Assist the Brigade in the planning and scheduling of operations, training, certifications, and evaluations.

: Assist in the development and execution of the new capability training suppor
t packages, hands on
training, and training exercises.

: Support planning and execution of GMD Operator Unit (Positional and Crew) Training.

: Support the Brigade in the planning and execution of BMDS/GMD Exercise activities.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Secr
et clearance

: E8 or E9 with OPS/TNG experience at BN/BDE

: Excellent communication skills

: Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.)


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: TS Clearance

: Certified large and small group instruc
tor.

: the Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

: Experience and understanding of the Ballistic Missile Defense System elements.

: Experience and in
-
depth understanding of DRRS

: Technically proficient on both secured and unsecured video
teleconference equipment to include Multi
Task Manager and Latitude NVMS Control Center.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Schriever Air Force Base, CO


High Altitude SME

JO# 2145

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Provide technical and analytical support to combat de
velopment activities in preparation for a Material
Development Decision (MDD) for High Altitude capabilities as defined by JP 3
-
14 of January 2009.
Leverage existing and emerging results from a variety of studies, assessments, analyses, and technology
dem
onstrations to assess the ability of non
-
material and material solutions to mitigate Army validated
capability gaps and, as appropriate, to support an MDD. Determine performance attributes necessary for
mission accomplishment, drafting operations concepts
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foundational activities required to support JCIDS development. It may also encompass participation in
Working Groups and Teams.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not
limited to:

Support combat development activities leading to an MDD and/or subsequent entry point into the JCIDS
process for HA capabilities. Interface with USASMDC/ARSTRAT internal directorates and external Army
organizations to assess results from studie
s and technology demonstrations and articulate validated Army
requirements.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Strong High Altitude understanding and in
-
depth experience

Strong JCIDS understanding and in
-
depth experience to include MDD requirements

Strong understandi
ng of DoDI 5000.02 requirements

Current TS/SCI

MS Degree


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

USASMDC/ARSTRAT FWC/DCD experience

Army Acquisition PM Level 3 certified


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Redstone Arsenal, AL


RF/Radar Engineer

JO# 2144

PRIMARY
FUNCTION(S)

Is capable of performing as an overall project manager or working under a program manager. Is fully
knowledgeable in all aspects of the technical areas involved in providing spectrum engineering support,
engineering management and related input
s to the acquisition process. Develops detailed spectrum
support plans to ensure frequency supportability is in place for systems delivery to the field Performs
studies and analyses on projects that involve conventional plans, investigations analyses, etc.

Provides
wireless engineering support to assist in definition, documentation, implementation and sustainment of
complex land mobile communications systems throughout the Service. Is responsible for investigating and
analyzing technical and operational r
equirements for various systems on the local and national level, taking
into account communications engineering best practices, applicable codes, regulations and Service specific
requirements. Develops and coordinates reports, assessments, and briefings f
or the program manager.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:


: Serve as the Government project manager's technical advisor on the adequacy of the system
developer's execution of contractual requirements
related to integrating, testing and fielding advanced net
-
centric technology packages to the operational environment.


: Review and provide technical inputs into contractual deliverables including design documents, test
plans/reports and evaluate co
ntracted system developers' responses for feasibility and completeness.


: Provide inputs into entrance/exit criteria for project technical meetings including Design Reviews, Test
Readiness Reviews and other key technical interchange meetings.


: Provi
de proactive support to the identification and mitigation of potential risks related to cost, schedule
and technical performance.


: Provide technical support to the development of Concepts of Operations, Capability Assessments, Spiral
Development planni
ng, Test & Evaluation system performance reports and other key technical
documentation


: Superior customer interface at senior levels of management and excellent oral and written
communication skills are critical.


: Strong proficiency in Microsoft Of
fice Suite and extensive experience with MS Project


: Knowledge of existing Radar systems from both a hardware, software and standards perspective.



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: Ability to provide communication design analysis and determine link margins across a wide variety of

geographical and meteorological conditions.


: Ability to interface/integrate the Radar system to other communication layers and devices. This includes
but is not limited to analog to digital interfaces and fiber optics.


: Knowledge of subsystem and

full system end
-
to
-
end Radar test methods.


: Provide support for obtaining radar frequency allocations.


: Provide proactive support for the identification and mitigation of potential risks related to cost, schedule
and technical performance.


MINIMU
M QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelors in a technical/ engineering field of study; advanced degree a plus.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

This position requires 10 to 15 years direct, relevant experience serving as a technical expert on a net
-
centric system development
and/or technology deployment project. The successful candidate will possess
comprehensive understanding of program management, government acquisition requirements, and
Systems Engineering Life Cycle Management processes. Telecommunications background spec
ifically in
Radars is required.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Washington DC Metro area. Some travel may be required.


Information Assurance Specialist

JO#2143

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Responsible for ensuring that operational security is maintained for a

specific Information System (IS).


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Assist with developing and maintaining a formal IS security program.

: Advise in implementing and enforcing IS security policies.

:
Provide oversight to all IS users to ensure established IS policies and procedures are being followed.

: Ensure that periodic testing is conducted to evaluate the security posture of the ISs.

: Work with the IAM to ensure the development of system accredit
ation/certification documentation by
reviewing and endorsing such documentation and recommending action to the Designated Approving
Authority (DAA) Representative.

: Maintain a repository for all system accreditation/certification documentation and modific
ations.

: Assist with ensuring approved procedures are in place for clearing, purging, declassifying, and releasing
system memory, media, and output.

: Assist in coordinating IS security inspections, tests, and reviews.

: Assistance with investigating and
reporting security violations and incidents, as appropriate as well as to
ensure proper protection and corrective measures have been taken when an IS incident or vulnerability has
been discovered.

: Assist with ensuring that data ownership and responsibili
ties are established for each IS, to include
accountability, access, and special handling requirements.

: Assist in ensuring development and implementation of an effective IS security education, training, and
awareness program.

: Assist in ensuring develop
ment and implementation of procedures IAW configuration management (CM)
policies and procedures for authorizing the use of hardware/software on an IS; Any additions, changes, or
modifications to hardware, software, or firmware must be coordinated with the
appropriate approving
authority prior to the addition, change, or modification.

: Ensure warning banners are placed on all monitors and appear when a user accesses a system.

: Ensure system recovery processes are monitored and that security features and pr
ocedures are properly
restored.

: Ensure all IS security
-
related documentation is current and accessible to properly authorized individuals.

: Ensure system security requirements are addressed during all phases of the system life cycle.



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: Assist with
establishment of audit trails and their review.

: Ensure user identification and authentication mechanisms of the IS or network are established.

: Ensure the most feasible security safeguards and features are implemented for the IS or network.

: Ensure no
attempt is made to strain or test security mechanisms, or perform network line monitoring, or
keystroke monitoring without appropriate authorization.

: Perform network monitoring for the purpose of identifying deficiencies, but only with approved software,

and after notifying the appropriate authority.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Must have eight (8) years of experience with computer security systems

: At least 5 years of experience in defining computer security requirements for high
-
level applications,
evalua
tion of approved security product capabilities

: Experience working in a classified environment

: Working knowledge of system functions, security policies, technical security safeguards, and operational
security measures.

: Must meet DoD 8570 certification

requirements for an Information Assurance Management (IAM) II which
are: Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC) GIAC Security Leadership Certificate (GSLC),
Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) or CISSP (or Associate) within six months

of hire.

: Certifications must be accredited and maintain accreditation under the International Organization for
Standardization/International Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) 17024, "General Requirements for
Bodies Operating Certification of Persons
," April 2003 ISO/ISEC 17024 Standard, Reference (tx), and be
approved by the Council IA WIPAC.

: Information Assurance Technical (IAT) Level I is needed on Day 1 (A+ or Network+ or SSCP)

: Bachelors Degree or equivalent experience

: Active Secret Clearanc
e with current investigation within the last five (5) years


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: General knowledge of the following regulations:

: AFI 33
-
202, Network and Computer Security

: JAFAN 6/3, Protecting Special Access Program Information within Informatio
n Systems.

: DCID 6/3, Protection Sensitive Compartmented Information Within Information Systems.

: Active Top Secret Clearance

: CISSP Certified

: A+ or Network+ or SSCP Certification


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Hanscom AFB, MA

: No travel expe
cted


CSMC Program Manager

JO# 2142

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Plan, organize, direct and control the company's efforts to build, grow, execute and sustain a solid business
base for technical, acquisition and financial management support services at Air Force
Space Command
(AFSPC). This position requires a seasoned program manager, on IDIQ contracts, with an entrepreneurial
spirit who can not only manage people and tasks, but also independently develop new business at AFSPC.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specifi
c Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Serve as the senior Odyssey Systems manager for the AFSPC CSMC contract;

Oversee the company's efforts to build, grow, execute and sustain a solid business base for technical,
acquisition and financial man
agement support services at AFSPC;

Exercise profit and loss responsibility for the CSMC contract;

Manage Odyssey personnel and coordinate the activities of a large subcontractor team;

Execute existing and anticipated contracts to ensure exceptional service

delivery;

Expand the business base through marketing and task order proposal development.



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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

10
-
plus years of increasing responsibility in project/program/acquisition management as a contractor on
DoD contracts, with experience develo
ping proposals for multiple Task Orders.

Thorough familiarity with the AFSPC organization, systems, programs, operations and acquisition
management concepts.

Ability to work independently

Capability to work effectively with a broad range of people with a w
ide variety of technical skills and
experience.

Proven ability to work in a rapidly changing environment, motivate and manage staff, and communicate
clearly both in writing and in oral presentations.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

The following items are consid
ered a plus for this position:

Proven business development capabilities

Proposal development and/or source selection experience

APDP Level II or III in Program Management, or equivalent certification

Ability to assess and develop strategic plans and energi
ze others to achieve related goals

Significant experience in AFSPC and Space Systems requirements, operations, sustainment and
connection with/recent recognition by AFSPC Staff.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Colorado Springs/Peterson AFB


RF
Spectrum Manager

JO# 2141

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Spectrum Management Specialist verify technical equipment specifications to ensure the data provided in
spectrum applications are correct. Analyzes the frequencies already assigned in the proposed operational
a
rea for compatibility, considering emission, power, location of transmitters, height of antennas, aircraft
operation altitude, and other critical equipment operating characteristics. Selects frequencies and identifies
alternatives to fulfill new frequency
requirements. Coordinate frequency related issues with government and
non
-
government agencies. Knowledge of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration
(NTIA) Manual of Procedures for Federal Radio Frequency Management is required.


RESP
ONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Has experience or extensive knowledge with the processes and procedures relative to Frequency
Management. Coordinates reviews and supervises work of assigned staff. Reviews
/oversees preparation
of all related documentation; conducts program reviews, meetings, etc. Works independently under
general guidelines or objectives set by supervisor. Employs a high degree of creativity, foresight and
judgment to plan, organize and gu
ide programs. Additionally the following specific tasks must be performed:


: Reviews the frequency assignment proposals to determine whether or not these proposals, if approved,
would result in technical conflicts with existing frequency assignments.



: Reviews the frequency assignment proposals for compliance with applicable policy, regulations, and
procedures, and recommend corrective action when necessary; understand and use the National Table of
Frequency Allocations, various assignment plans,

restrictions, rules and procedures for authorizing
frequency assignments.


: Performs interference analysis, frequency nomination and processing using Spectrum XXI and the
Government Master File (GMF).


: Evaluates and initiates frequency proposals in

standard frequency action format in accordance with
MCEB PUB 7.


: May perform site surveys and assist in the development of communications plans.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


: Minimum of 7 years experience as a Spectrum Manager



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: Graduate of a formal

spectrum management course


: Exceptional written and oral communications skills


: Spectrum XXI training


: Active Secret Clearance


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


: National level spectrum management experience


: JACS Software


: AESOP Software


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO


: Location: AFSMO, Alexandria, VA (projected move date to Ft. Meade, MD 1 August 2011)


: Travel: Occasional CONUS/OCONUS


Sr. Modeling and Simulation Analyst

JO# 2140

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Expertise is required in

the areas of M&S research and development of tools and authoritative data, web
-
enabled portal capabilities, and integration of all functionalities. Knowledge of Models and simulations that
are likely candidates for improvement include, but are not limite
d to: the Cost, Schedule, Performance
(CSP) model, Extended Air Defense Simulation (EADSIM), Global Positioning System (GPS) Interference
And Navigation Tool (GIANT), Missile Analysis Requirements Verification and Validation (MARVV),
Operational Performa
nce Mapping Availability Program (OPMAP), Space Analysis Integration Tool
(SAINT), System Effectiveness Analysis Simulation (SEAS), Simulation of Locations and Attack of Mobile
Enemy Missiles (SLAMEM), Space Situation Awareness Performance Analysis Tool (S
SAPAT), Space
Surveillance Network Analysis Model (SSNAM) and Synthetic Theater Operations Research Model
(STORM). Specific skills required for the integration of the fast
-
moving and overlapping components of this
task order are a comprehensive mix of spa
ce, cyber, and missile knowledge coupled with M&S expertise,
analytical understanding, and professional software development and management.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Understanding and knowledge
of:

: AFSPC space, cyber, and missile systems such as configurations of assets, capabilities, launch and
missile facilities, and ground/terrestrial systems required to support these systems

: How these systems are modeled in a variety of modeling and simul
ation (M&S) tools

: How cooperative space, cyber, and missile data resources are developed and managed

: How to update, modify, and assist in the development of multiple M&S tools that represent military utility
across the space, missile, and cyber communi
ty.

: How to rapidly collaborate with multiple M&S tool developers to include developing technical requirement
evaluation documents, software code and documentation, and software design documentation.

: How to integrate fast
-
moving and overlapping componen
ts of multiple model improvements covering a
complete mix of space, cyber, and missile M&S tools and data.

: Current AF and DoD governance, responsibilities, and processes for modeling and simulation, information
operations, and network management.

: Demon
strate the capability to Implement and maintain a resource portal that:

: Provides detailed information about space, cyber, and missile models and simulations

: Acts as a repository for model information and history

: Provides a user forum

: Provides acces
s to authoritative space, cyber, and missile data.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

8 or more years experience in:

: Excel, probability/statistics and operations research techniques, and Modeling and Simulation (M&S).

: Working knowledge of Space and cyberspace
systems/ capabilities

Functional knowledge of the following concepts:



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: Ability to manage the software development for models and simulations throughout the software life
-
cycle.

: Space and cyberspace operations and metrics development

: Space and Cyber qu
ick
-
turn Capabilities Based Assessments (CBAs), to include follow
-
on studies
generated by initial results

: Space and Cyber operations command and control to include (but not limited to) operational assessments

: Space and Cyber modeling and simulation req
uirements and tools to include (but not limited to) network
architectures and familiarity with SEAS, CSP, MARVV, SSNAM , SAINT, and STORM

: Impact to warfighter resulting from loss of space and cyberspace superiority

: Masters degree in Math, Operations R
esearch, Probability/Statistics, Engineering, or related technical field
required.

: Active Top Secret/SCI Clearance


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Understanding of AF Space Command corporate/staffing processes, i.e., Develop Analyses of
Alternatives (AoA) .


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Position located at HQ AFSPC, Peterson AFB, CO

: Availability to travel within the CONUS, less than 15% each year.


Systems Administrator

JO# 2139

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

A System Administrator is needed to support classi
fied and unclassified Windows and Linux computer
systems.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Responsibilities will include assisting technical staff and lead System Administrators with integration and
testing of computer system systems and networks, diagnosing a
nd repairing problems, helping to
implement and maintain network security plans and measures, performing data backups and recoveries,
and interacting with outside vendors, Security, ICS personnel, and other system administrators to
coordinate procurements,

installations, upgrades, and other services.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: AS, or BS Technical Degree in Information Technology or equivalent, with a minimum of 2
-
4 years of
experience in administration of computer systems and networks is required

:
Familiarity with Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems is required

: Must be able to work with and troubleshoot specialized data acquisition and recording systems

: Must have active Top Secret Clearance


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Familiarity with
DoD security requirements and procedures is desired.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Location: Lexington, MA

: Travel: None anticipated


Software Engineer II

JO# 2134

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

The Chemical and Biological Defense Systems Group develops systems and technology for disaster
preparedness, detection, mitigation, and attribution, with emphasis on chemical and biological defense.
Principal sponsors are the Department of Homeland Securit
y and the Department of Defense. The work of
this group is highly interdisciplinary; as a result, the backgrounds of the researchers are diverse, including
engineering (electrical, mechanical, chemical, biomedical), physics, mathematics, computer science,
chemistry, and biology. Rigorous systems analyses produce system architectures and recommend


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research areas to guide government investment. These analyses are grounded by modeling and simulation
of threats and defenses and by data analysis. Sensor developm
ent is conducted at several levels, including
initial measurements of detection signatures, proof
-
of
-
concept experiments for biological or chemical assay
or electro
-
optic sensors, integration into autonomous sensors along with development of the associated

electronics and algorithms, and rigorous field
-
testing in relevant environments. The group develops and
tests multitechnology integrated systems in operational settings. The integrated systems include significant
algorithm development to fuse multisource
information. Emerging thrusts in the group include support for
additional Homeland Security missions, natural disaster management, forensics, and electronics and
algorithm support for other customer missions.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsib
ilities include but are not limited to:

A software engineer is needed with experience in the development of network
-
centric software tools based
on a Service
-
Oriented Architectures to enable the coordinated transfer of a broad range of information and
data

among multiple parties.


Responsibilities will include:

1) The evaluation and gap analysis of existing SOA systems and tools

2) Identification of necessary modifications or developments to meet program
-
specific application
requirements

3) Management and i
mplementation of technology development and demonstration.

4) Documentation of system software components is critical to facilitate technology transfer and to
accommodate future system modifications.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: A Ph.D. or Masters Degree in C
omputer Science, Engineering, Physics, Mathematics or related discipline
with at least 5 years of directly related experience.

: Experience developing Web Services and Service Oriented Architectures are required.

: Must be able to demonstrate ability to
complete assignments, work independently and within a team
environment, and effectively present results


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Java software development skills and large scale software experience are desired

: Knowledge of the Unified Incident Command

and Decision Support architecture, DoD Network Centric
Enterprise Services (NCES) suite, Web applications development and expertise in security (PKI certificates,
SAML) and classified information management are a plus.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Location: Lexington, MA

: Must be available to occasionally travel to work on local and remote systems


Software Engineer III

JO# 2131

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

The Chemical and Biological Defense Systems Group develops systems and technology for disaster
pre
paredness, detection, mitigation, and attribution, with emphasis on chemical and biological defense.
Principal sponsors are the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Defense. The work of
this group is highly interdisciplinary; as a result,
the backgrounds of the researchers are diverse, including
engineering (electrical, mechanical, chemical, biomedical), physics, mathematics, computer science,
chemistry, and biology. Rigorous systems analyses produce system architectures and recommend
resea
rch areas to guide government investment. These analyses are grounded by modeling and simulation
of threats and defenses and by data analysis. Sensor development is conducted at several levels, including
initial measurements of detection signatures, proof
-
of
-
concept experiments for biological or chemical assay
or electro
-
optic sensors, integration into autonomous sensors along with development of the associated
electronics and algorithms, and rigorous field
-
testing in relevant environments. The group develo
ps and
tests multi
-
technology integrated systems in operational settings. The integrated systems include significant


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algorithm development to fuse multisource information. Emerging thrusts in the group include support for
additional Homeland Security missi
ons, natural disaster management, forensics, and electronics and
algorithm support for other customer missions.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

We are seeking a full
-
time software engineer to make major contributions to a robot
-
based system that will
perform
chemical sensing and semi
-
autonomous mapping within hazardous areas.


Responsibilities will include:

: Design and implementation of network
-
centric, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) software tools to
enable the coordinated transfer of a broad range of i
nformation and data among multiple parties

: Evaluation and gap analysis of existing SOA systems and tools

: Identification of necessary modifications or developments to meet program
-
specific application
requirements

: Management and implementation of tech
nology development and demonstration.

: Documentation of system software components is critical to facilitate technology transfer and to
accommodate future system modifications.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: A Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering
, Physics, Mathematics or related discipline, with a
minimum of 1 year of professional software development experience.

: In lieu of the above, 5 years of directly related software development experience.

: The successful candidate will have experience wit
h designing and deploying net
-
centric Service Oriented
Architectures, plus experience on thin client development (e.g., JavaScript on Firefox).

: Experience with C++ and/or Python required.

: Efforts will include proof
-
of
-
concept demonstrations and
eventual test operations in mission
-
specific
scenarios by our target end users.

: Must be able to demonstrate ability to complete assignments, work independently and within a team
environment, and effectively present results.

: Active Secret Clearance


PRE
FERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Experience in robotics, ROS (Robot Operating System), and chemical sensor technologies (e.g.,
MultiRAE) a plus.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Location: Lexington, MA

: Must be available to occasionally travel to work on loc
al and remote systems.


Technical Writer

JO# 2130

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

The technical writer is responsible for assisting the Ranges and Testbeds group in the construction of
technical documents, including creation of publication
-
quality materials.


MINIMUM
QUALIFICATIONS

: High school graduate or equivalent with a minimum of 2.5 years experience as a technical writer.

: Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Word.

: Ability to work very well under pressure.

: US Citizenship Required: Must be able to obtain and ma
intain a Department of Defense Secret Security
Clearance


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Experience with Microsoft PowerPoint, Adobe Premier, Microsoft Word, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Acrobat,
and Adobe Photoshop

: Experience or knowledge of computer programmin
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: Prior experience operating in a U.S. government contractor environment.

: Effective project team member with strong communication and organizational skills.

: Flexibility to support changes of approach and task priorities

: Familiar with
concepts related to: radar technology, real
-
time software, and diverse compute
environments.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Location: Lexington, Ma

: No travel anticipated


Acquisition Program Manager

JO# 2129

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Provide non
-
techni
cal acquisition management to include but not limited to, guidance and expertise
necessary to apply principles, criteria, and procedures of DoD Directive 5000.1, DoDI 5000.2, NSSAP 03
-
02, and other DoD, Air Force, AFMC, and ESC Instructions, Directives, Re
gulations, and guidance
documents as applicable.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Provide project management expertise and guidance.

: Assist in comparing program direction and guidance in progra
m management directives, plans, and
other program documents with current in
-
place contracts, and identify discrepancies and recommend
actions.

: Assist in the preparation, review, and integration of selected milestone review documentation, periodic
repo
rts, and certifications as identified in DoDI 5000.2, NSSAP 03
-
01 and other DoD Directives, and
recommend and prepare changes.

: Assist in identifying, assessing and mitigating risks to the program.

: Assist in reviewing contractor deliverable status t
ogether with milestone schedules, status reports, and
cost performance reports.

: Determine accuracy of information/situation depicted, and report inconsistencies.

: Assist in preparing briefings and reports in direct support of the acquisition progr
am management
function.

: Assist in presenting specific briefings to Government and prime system contractors.

: Assist in reviewing program plans and other related documents and provide comments.

: Assist in tracking progress and suggesting altern
ate approaches for projects behind schedule.

: Assist in analyzing problems that arise in the performance of program tasks and recommend solutions.

: Assist in performing systems analysis of network project tracking systems.

: Evaluate for currenc
y, applicability of tasks, sequence, interdependency, duration, and consistency with
program milestones.

: Make recommendations for improvement and efficiency.

: Advise the Government on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) as it conforms to the primary

objectives
for AFSO21.

: Recommend evaluation factors, subfactors, and criteria. Assist in reviewing or proposing inputs to
Requests for Proposal (RFP), including Statements of Objective (SOO), Statements of Work (SOW),
Performance Work Statements (PWS)
, Sections L (Instructions, Conditions, and Notices to Offerors) and M
(Evaluation Factors for Award), and other source selection related documents such as Acquisition Plans,
Single Acquisition Management Plans (SAMP) and Commodity Acquisition Management P
lans (CAMP).

: Assist in developing and structuring Contract Data Requirements Lists (CDRL).


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Twelve (12) years experience in DoD program management and/or acquisition.

: Bachelors degree.

: Professional training equivalent to
DAU Level II in program management or contracting.

: Excellent proficiency in MS Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project).




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PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Masters Degree.

: Professional training equivalent to DAU Level III in program manageme
nt or contracting.

: Source selection experience.

: Experience with ACAT I level programs.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Work Location: Hanscom AFB

: Travel less than 25%


Contract Specialist

JO# 2125

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Odyssey Systems is in nee
d of a Contracts Specialist to complete contract closeouts and to assist with
contract compliance reviews. The Contracts Specialist will be responsible for the accomplishment of actions
and steps necessary for the timely closeout of cost reimbursement subc
ontract issued by our customer.
Specifically, verify physical completion of contracts, determine the proper methodology for closeout,
negotiate Quick Closeouts per FAR 42.708 and DCAA Audit Manual (where possible), draft closeout
correspondence and follow
-
up if no response is received and act as the primary customer point of contact
on closeout questions. Additional responsibilities may include compliance reviews of Purchase Order files to
ensure compliance with applicable documents such as the AF Prime Co
ntract, FAR, best business
practices and Federal, State, Local laws and regulations as appropriate.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Perform actions, analysis, research and reporting necessary to reso
lve problems or issues associated with
the closeout of a high volume of cost reimbursement orders across multiple contracts.

: Prepare and coordinate documentation for a timely closeout of contracts and orders and for the execution
of expiring or canceling

funds 3. In order to research and accomplish contract closeout steps and solutions,
interface with program managers, technical staff and management of all levels is required.

: Assist the Finance and Contracting Departments in working through funding and
contractual problems
associated with timely and effective contract closeout.

: Prepare briefings and reviews as directed.

: Facilitate the timely disposition of contract files

: May assist the Subcontracts Compliance Manager with Purchase Order reviews to

ensure compliance
with applicable documents such as the AF Prime Contract, FAR, best business practices and Federal,
State, Local laws and regulations as appropriate.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or equivalent w
ith at least three to five years experience in
some combination of Contract Closeouts, Federal Acquisition Regulations, Compliance or related field(s).

: Candidate should also possess knowledge of Microsoft Office computer applications management.
Experie
nce in SAP is desired.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Experience in SAP is desired


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Lexington, MA

: No travel anticipated


Program Support Specialist

JO# 2124

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Provide Project Management support service
s for ESC/HSIIS (SEWS Program Office). Assist with daily
operations and the coordination of program activities, to include all activities, regulations, policies, and


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procedures related to the program and contract.



RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Res
ponsibilities include but are not limited to:


: Assist the project managers with the oversight of efforts, tasks, studies, and recommendations of the
ISC2 contractor to meet contractual requirements

: Assist in comparing program direction and guidance in
program management directives, plans, and other
program documents with current in
-
place contracts, and identify discrepancies and recommend : actions

: Review contractor deliverable status together with milestone schedules, status reports, and cost
perfo
rmance reports

: Determine accuracy of information/situation depicted, and report inconsistencies.

: Provide PM and program office staff general support for business meetings/other events

: Assist PM and program office staff in preparing briefings and repo
rts in direct support of the acquisition
program management function

: Assist in presenting specific briefings to Government and ISC2 contractor

: Assist in the composition of contract letters, Point Papers, Status Reports, Position Papers and Program
Mana
gement Review briefings as required

: Assist in reviewing program plans and other related documents and provide comments

: Track progress and suggest alternate approaches for projects behind schedule

: Assist in preparation of and quality control of
correspondence, reports, briefings, and other programmatic
and administrative data

: Provide travel support and planning, track taskings and manage tasking systems

: Provide Program Manager human resources process support


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


: Minim
um of 2 years experience in project management and administrative disciplines


: Strong administrative skills


: Ability to effectively support project level activity and senior management interfaces


: Proficient with Microsoft Outlook, Word and Exc
el


: Experience with DoD office automation and local area networks


: Experience with Air Force military and civilian personnel systems and processes


: Experience working with executive level military and DoD civilian leaders


: Mature and effect
ive written and oral communications skills


: Active Secret Clearance


: Associates Degree


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


: Acquisition training.


: Experience working in an acquisition organization.


: Familiarity with missile warning systems and op
erations.


: Top Secret Clearance


: Bachelors Degree


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO


: Location: Peterson AFB CO


: Travel: OCONUS may be required; travel of 10% or less is expected


Administrative Support Specialist

JO# 2123

PRIMARY
FUNCTION(S)

Provides the Government Division Chief with administrative support to Battle Control Systems (BCS)
Division. Also provides administrative support to Contracting Section of Battle Control Division.
Responsible for management of multiple acquisi
tion documents as well as data repositories.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES



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Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:


: Provide records custodian support for Contracting Branch.


: Provide travel support for contracting section.


: Adm
inister Sharepoint and Wingman for the site.


: Books conference rooms for Division
-
level meetings.


: Maintain supplies.


: Log In/Out, assemble, proof read, track routine staff packages for Division Chief coordination.


: Assist with division awa
rds/decoration packages and division evaluations and appraisals interfacing with
Directorate and counterparts.


: Assist with Unit Deployment Management (UDM).


: Provide general administrative support including formatting correspondence, reports, brie
fings and other
content drafted by technical and management personnel.


: Gather, track and verify data from multiple sources.


: Use software for functional area, to compile and generate reports, statistics, timelines, tables, graphs,
correspondence a
nd presentations. Provide data and information to others on functional unit
processes and procedures.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


: Minimum of seven (7) years experience in DoD administrative support.


: Strong proficiency in Air Force/DOD ad
ministrative processes and regulations.


: Active Secret Clearance.


: Bachelor's Degree.


: Knowledge of Wingman and Sharepoint.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


: Masters degree.


: Experience supporting acquisition and contracting functions.


: Acquisition and contracting training.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO


: Location: Hanscom AFB MA


: Travel: CONUS may be required; travel of 10% or less is expected


Acquisition Program Management Support

JO# 2120

PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

P
rovide program management and acquisition support to the Shared Early Warning System (SEWS)
Program Office within the Space C2 and Surveillance Division. Assist the SEWS Program Manager (PM)
with daily operations and the coordination of program activities

across the entire SEWS program, to include
all activities, regulations, policies, and procedures related to the program and contract.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Provide non
-
technical acquisition
support to include but not limited to, guidance and expertise necessary to
apply principles, criteria, and procedures of DoD Directive 5000.1, DoDI 5000.02, and other DoD, AF,
AFMC, and ESC instructions, directives, regulations, and guidance documents as a
pplicable.

Assist in the preparation, review, and integration of selected milestone review documentation, periodic
reports, and certifications as identified in DoDI 5000.2 and other DoD Directives, and recommend and
prepare changes.

Provides continuous ass
essment and evaluation of overall program and individual project goals, objectives,
strategies, performance to ensure a sound basis for long
-
range acquisition program management
processes and follow
-
on system life cycle support planning.

Assist in preparin
g briefings and reports in direct support of the acquisition program management function.

Assist in presenting specific briefings to Government and development contractor.

Assist in reviewing program plans and other related documents and provide comments.



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Assist in preparation of and quality control of correspondence, reports, briefings, and other programmatic
and administrative data. Evaluate for currency, applicability of tasks, sequence, interdependency, duration,
and consistency with program milestones


Assist in conducting broad
-
based analysis of acquisition programs to support organizational planning.

Draft, Quality Control and consolidate division programmatic weekly and monthly report

Assist in reviewing contractor deliverable status together with mi
lestone schedules, status reports, and cost
performance reports.

Assist in the composition and quality control of staff summary packages, contract letters, Point Papers,
Status Reports, Position Papers and Program Management Review briefings as required IA
W DoD Tongue
and Quill and Center and Division directives.

Assist in providing illustration/graphics support that requires visual display/presentations/aids, including
videos, beyond the normal capabilities of office personnel.

Support planning, issuing, t
racking and closure of external and internal taskings and management of
tasking systems, to include assignment of realistic program suspenses and prioritize activities needed to
achieve division and program objective.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Four (4) years

experience in program management, administration, and/or human resources.

Experience supporting DoD programs of similar scope.

Ability to plan, organize, lead, and manage critical aspects of research, development, production, and
support of subsystems or
equipment, and integrate, analyze, and manage a variety of program
management functions and personnel in support of the process.

Ability to communicate both orally and in writing, clearly, concisely, and with technical accuracy.

Excellent proficiency in MS

Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project).

Bachelors degree.

Candidate must possess a Secret Clearance as a minimum.



PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Program management experience equivalent to PM Level I

Masters Degree

Experience with command
and control acquisition programs

Experience with sustainment contracts

Experience with missile warning systems operations, sustainment or modernization

Experience with financial management


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Work Location: Peterson AFB

T
ravel less than 10%


Program Manager

JO# 2102


PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Provide program management and acquisition expertise and consultant support services. Help establish
and manage a new 3080 modernization program for the Early Warning Radar Support Program

(ESC/HSIGS).


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Provide program management and acquisition strategies for the BMEWS/PAVE PAWS modernization.
Define tasks, studies, and acquisition approaches in
support of the Program Manager and the development
contractor to meet procurement needs.

: Help establish a new modernization program for the BMEWS/PAVE PAWS systems.



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: Evaluate program reviews, documentation updates, and recommended changes to the BMEWS/P
AVE
PAWS program.

: Participate in Joint Baseline Reviews and follow
-
up program reviews with support contractor.

: Advise and assist in planning the implementation of BMEWS/PAVE PAWS sub
-
projects through
coordinating and integrating engineering, contractin
g, financial management, configuration management,
test, and other related disciplines to achieve successful project requirements.

: As needed, prepare technical, programmatic, and management recommendations that identify effective
solutions to meet projec
t requirements.

: Assist in developing and coordinating BMEWS/PAVE PAWS Earned Value Management System (EMVS)
data and provide recommendations to the Government Program Manager of the criteria and timeliness of
cost and work performance tracking.

: Advise
and assist the Government Program Manager on all business aspects of the 3600, 3400, and
3080 funds to include requirements definition, budget formulation, cost estimates, contract strategy
formulation, contract schedule management, contractor progress, c
ontract risk management, earned value
status, and future budget requirements.

: Apply Department of Defense (DoD) regulations that pertain to Element of Expense Identification Code
(EEIC's) to the appropriate category of work, projects, and expenses associ
ated with contracted work.

: Support contractor Award/Incentive Fee evaluations by providing inputs and assessments of the technical
and programmatic progress.

: Assist in the preparing contract letters, Point Papers, Status Reports, Position Papers and Pr
ogram
Management Review briefings as required.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Minimum of 12 years experience in program management.

: Master's degree or 4 additional years' experience.

: Strong proficiency in Air Force/DOD acquisition/sustainment processes and
regulations, particularly
restrictions/rules in managing 3080/3600/3400 (and associated EEIC) funded projects.

: Program/project management experience that involves budgetary, technical, and operational
responsibilities.

: Ability to effectively support pr
oject level activity and senior management interfaces.

: Experience in assessing and composing contractual documentation.

: Mature and effective written and oral communications skills.

: Active Secret Clearance.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: DAU Level I cert
ification in Program Management or equivalent experience and training.

: Operational or logistics experience with early warning radar systems.

: Experience in Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP)
requirements.


WOR
KING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Location: Peterson AFB CO.

: Travel: OCONUS may be required; travel of 25% or less is expected.


RF Microwave Engineer

JO# 2098


PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Is capable of performing as an overall project manager or working under a program manager. Is fully
knowledgeable in all aspects of the technical areas involved in providing spectrum engineering support,
engineering management and related inputs to the acq
uisition process. Develops detailed spectrum
support plans to ensure frequency supportability is in place for systems delivery to the field Performs
studies and analyses on projects that involve conventional plans, investigations analyses, etc. Provides
w
ireless engineering support to assist in definition, documentation, implementation and sustainment of
complex land mobile communications systems throughout the Service. Is responsible for investigating and
analyzing technical and operational requirements
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into account communications engineering best practices, applicable codes, regulations and Service specific
requirements. Develops and coordinates reports, assessments, and briefings for the progr
am manager.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Serve as the Government project manager's technical advisor on the adequacy of the system developer's
execution of contractual requirements related to inte
grating, testing and fielding advanced net
-
centric
technology packages to the operational environment.

: Review and provide technical inputs into contractual deliverables including design documents, test
plans/reports and evaluate contracted system develop
ers' responses for feasibility and completeness.

: Provide inputs into entrance/exit criteria for project technical meetings including Design Reviews, Test
Readiness Reviews and other key technical interchange meetings.

: Provide proactive support to the i
dentification and mitigation of potential risks related to cost, schedule and
technical performance.

: Provide technical support to the development of Concepts of Operations, Capability Assessments, Spiral
Development planning, Test & Evaluation system per
formance reports and other key technical
documentation.

: Superior customer interface at senior levels of management and excellent oral and written communication
skills are critical.

: Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and extensive experience w
ith MS Project.

: Knowledge of existing microwave communications systems from both a hardware, software and standards
perspective.

: Ability to provide communication design analysis and determine link margins across a wide variety of
geographical and meteo
rological conditions.

: Ability to interface/integrate the microwave system to other communication layers and devices. This
i
ncludes but is not limited to analog to digital interfaces and fiber optics.

: Knowledge of subsystem and full system end
-
to
-
end t
est microwave communications test methods.

: Provide support for obtaining frequency allocations.

: Provide proactive support for the identification and mitigation of potential risks related to cost, schedule
and technical performance.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATI
ONS

Bachelors in a technical/ engineering field of study; advanced degree a plus.

DoD Secret Clearance or DHS equivalent is required.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

This position requires 10 to 15 years direct, relevant experience serving as a technical expert
on a net
-
centric system development and/or technology deployment project. The successful candidate will possess
comprehensive understanding of program management, government acquisition requirements, and
Systems Engineering Life Cycle Management processes
. Telecommunications background specifically in
microwave communications required.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Washington DC Metro area. Some travel may be required.


Administrative Assistant

JO# 2096


PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Provide administrative su
pport for Missile Warning, Missile Defense and Wideband program office, to
include transmitting documents and data files; general support for business meetings, and other events,
supporting travel planning and ensuring contractor personnel data currency.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Maintain calendar for Branch Chief/Program Manager and other staff as directed



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: Provide receptionist services for the Branch Chief/Program Manager

: Schedule meetings,

make conference room arrangements, and provide meeting support

: Maintain Branch/Program Office telephone, recall rosters, Organizational Charts

: Perform Records Management functions to include Self Inspection checklists and file plans

: Be POC for SHARE
POINT Site Ownership and Training

: Be lead POC for Computers , Printers, Fax, Phones, Utilities, Physical Facility work orders

: Maintain Branch/Program Office calendar and set up VTC, CVTC and conference calls

: Prepare correspondence and assist in docum
ent staffing

: Assist with information management tasks including management of paper and electronic files and
documentation

: Perform other administrative and human resource duties, as assigned

: Make travel arrangements for Branch Chief and Deputy

: Anal
yze, and brief Deputy or Div Chief on open action items and other matters as needed

: Perform charts printing and distribution

: Familiarity with Program Executive Officer (PEO) Activity Reports and Monthly Activity Reports
(PARs/MARs): solicit and compi
le inputs, track and log responses

: Help with End of Day Reports
-

send daily reminders, compile, file inputs

: Help with End of Week Reports
-

send reminders, compile, file inputs

: Log all working and closed taskers

: Receive, analyze, package,
coordinate and forward taskers

: Track task progress and deadlines, report status as required


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Seven (7) years experience

: DoD Secret Clearance

: Bachelor degree; can substitute additional years of specific, related experience wit
h similar functional
responsibilities for Bachelor degree
-

4 years if possess an Associate degree, 6 years if possess no degree.

: Expert in DoD administrative and records management systems and processes

: Excellent proficiency in MS Office applications
(Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)

: Experience with Defense Travel System (DTS)

: Experience working with executive
-
level internal and external customers

: Experience and maturity in providing direct support to an executive level customer


PREFERRED QUALIFICAT
IONS

: Experience supporting Air Force acquisition and program management organizations

: Experience with suspense management systems.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Work location is Hanscom Air Force Base

: Travel is not required


Director, Emergi
ng Programs

JO# 2089


PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Oversee the operational execution and performance of a portfolio of new and emerging programs. Plan,
organize, direct and control the company's efforts to build, grow, execute and sustain newly awarded
programs and existing programs with annual revenues o
f up to $2 million. Identify and assign new program
managers to direct the execution of Advisory & Assistance Services (A&AS) contracts, as well as provide
support and mentoring to existing program managers of smaller programs. This position requires a
se
asoned program manager with an entrepreneurial spirit who can manage mid
-
level and senior
managers, as well as support the entire spectrum of operational tasks involved in the execution of Federal
A&AS contracts, whether cost plus, firm fixed price, or tim
e and material. The successful candidate will
have proven abilities to achieve revenue, profit, customer satisfaction, and administrative goals and the
ability to get superior productivity from subordinate managers. This position will have access to the h
ighest


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levels of leadership in the company as it reports to the Chief Operating Officer and works very closely with
the company's functional departments (human resources, finance, and contracts).


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities inclu
de but are not limited to:

Serves at the Director level overseeing the operational responsibilities of a portfolio of up to 5 program
managers and their assigned contracts.

Assists program managers in achieving revenue, profit, customer satisfaction, emplo
yee retention, new
business, and administration goals.

Ensures compliance with the company's ISO 9001:2008 work instructions, procedures, and practices.

Assists managers as necessary to ensure exceptional service delivery;

Expands the business base through

marketing and task order proposal development.

Assumes responsibility for operational execution of new contract awards.

Assists with annual budget development and administration, development of task order management plans,
and contract management.


MINIMU
M QUALIFICATIONS

Have 12 years of Director level experience or a combination of Senior and Director level

Must have a bachelors degree

Must be a team player and independent thinker, having strong interpersonal skills and ability to manage
multiple, simulta
neous priorities

Strong domain knowledge of the Department of Defense, and Advisory and Assistance Services Contracts

Must have a working knowledge of Cost Type, Firm Fixed Price, and Time and Material contracts

Twelve or more years of relevant work experi
ence including management of a services contract and a
successful track record of business growth

An understanding of financial management and pricing associated with Government contracts

Capability to work effectively with a broad range of people with a w
ide variety of technical skills and
experience.

Proven ability to work in a rapidly changing environment, motivate and manage staff, and communicate
clearly both in writing and in oral presentations.

Proposal development and/or source selection experience

Minimum of APDP Level II in Program Management, or equivalent certification

Ability to assess and develop strategic plans and energize others to achieve related goals

The ability to mentor junior program managers

Ability to obtain a Secret clearance


PREFE
RRED QUALIFICATIONS

Have 12+ years of Director level experience or a combination of Senior Manager and Director level.

Masters degree


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Corporate Office in Wakefield, Massachusetts

Travel of 25% or more


Director, Future
Programs

JO# 2088


PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Serve as the Operations liaison for all new business development and capture initiatives. Plan, direct and
control the company's transition of new programs from the Business Development department to the
Operations de
partment. These programs/contracts consist primarily of technical, program management,
acquisition and financial management support services for the Federal Government. This position requires
an individual with a unique set of experiences
--

a seasoned pr
ogram manager with proven business
development abilities to identify, capture, and transition new programs/contracts to operational execution.
An approximate split of duties will be 20% operations and 80% business development coordination and
program tran
sition. This position will have access to the highest levels of leadership in the company as it


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reports to the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and works very closely with the Director of Business
Development. Candidate must have an entrepreneurial spirit.


R
ESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Serve as a senior manager at the corporate level, managing the sponsorship and transition of new
programs/contracts from corporate business development to company operatio
ns.

Directly support the COO as the business development liaison, serving as the primary operations focal
point for transitioning programs for operational execution

Coordinate extensively with the Business Development department in identification and captu
re of new
opportunities company
-
wide.

Act as de facto Program Manager for all New Programs until the hand
-
off of a newly
-
captured program to a
dedicated Program assume responsibility for diligent and timely responses as a subcontractor to Prime
partners in

the capture and proposal phases for opportunities/programs

Prepare the program/contract for final hand
-
off to an Operations Director, or Program Manager.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Must have at least 12 years of experience as a Senior Manager

Must have a bac
helors degree

Must be a team player and independent thinker, having strong interpersonal skills and ability to manage
multiple, simultaneous priorities

Strong domain knowledge of the Department of Defense, and Advisory and Assistance Services Contracts

Mus
t have a working knowledge of Cost Type, Firm Fixed Price, and Time and Material contracts

Twelve or more years of relevant work experience including management of a services contract and a
successful track record of significant contract wins and business
growth

An understanding of financial management and pricing associated with Government contracts

The ability to mentor junior program managers

Ability to obtain a Secret clearance


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

12+ years of experience as a Senior Manager

Masters degree


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Corporate Office in Wakefield, Massachusetts

Travel of 25% or more



Sr. Acquisition Specialist

JO# 2023


PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Develop acquisition strategies and program transition plans for major Air For
ce programs.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Assist in the development and execution of strategies and budgets to efficiently/effectively execute
programs.

: Create and assist in developing acquisiti
on program documentation required by DoD 5000 series
supporting program efforts and acquisition milestones/reviews applying knowledge of streamlined
acquisition policies/procedures and program management skills.

: Monitor effectiveness of achieving program

goals and objectives, to include monitoring cost, schedule and
technical performance and associated risks.

: Develop the project planning schedule for activities associated with both program development and
current DCGS activities



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: Support implementation

of the policies and procedures detailed in the DoD 5000 Defense Acquisition
System documents.

: Implement alongside the customer, the multi
-
million dollar modification requirements on the DCGS
Modification Proposal and Management, AF Form 1067s

: Contribu
te to evaluation of contractor proposals as a result of specific contract actions

: Develop Notice of Contract Actions, Requests for Information and Sources Sought Synopsis

: Determine the management and contract award process reviews for DCGS
modifications

: Provide in
-
depth advice on problems and issues as they arise.

: Apply knowledge of streamlined acquisition policies/procedures & program management skills.

: Significantly contribute to fast
-
paced, dynamic team; be innovative & proactive in

supporting requirements
and plans.

: Prepare briefings and reports, as required


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

: Bachelor degree or equivalent years of experience.

: Top Secret (w/ current investigation w/in the past 5 years).

: Twelve (12) or more years of DoD
Acquisition experience.

: Program/project management experience that involves budgetary, technical, and operational
responsibilities.

: Mature and effective written and oral communications skills.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Masters degree in a related dis
cipline.

: Top Secret clearance and SCI eligible preferred

: Recent, direct experience with DCGS program and system.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

: Work is performed at Hanscom AFB MA

: Periodic travel (within CONUS) is required (average 3
-
5 days p
er month).


Information Assurance & COMSEC EMSE Analyst

JO# 1991


PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Ensure all AF and AFSPC software, hardware, systems and sub systems meet DoD Information Assurance
(IA) criteria and are certified and accredited in accordance with DoD I
nformation Assurance Certification
and Accreditation Process (DIACAP).


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Develop briefing, produce meeting minutes for Information Assurance related meetings

: Conduct
COMSEC Staff Assistance Visits (SAVs)

: Advise Emissions Security (EMSEC) managers on AFSPC EMSEC Program

: Produce weekly FISMA Compliance Reports Track System Plan of Action and Milestone (POA&M)
activities for AF and AFSPC

: Coordinate AF Cross Domain S
olution (CDS) packages

: Maintain Continuity Binders for all IA programs

: Assess HQ AFSPC Certification and Accreditation (C&A) packages using Enterprise Mission Support
Service (EMASS)

: Provide technical analysis of each phase of DIACAP process for AFSP
C systems

: Evaluate DIACAP documentation.

: Evaluate and review Air Force C&A packages for compliance with DODI 8510

: Produce statistics to assess health of the AF C&A program

: Maintain all required certifications in accordance with DoD Manual 8570.


MI
NIMUM QUALIFICATIONS



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Two years information assurance experience

: Bachelors degree

: Active TS Clearance, ability to obtain TS/SCI (previous SCI).

: CISSP certification, or equivalent IAM level 2 certification (reference DoDM 8570)

: Completion of Air Educ
ation and Training Command (AETC) approved COMSEC course per AFI 33
-
201
v1

: At least 6 years experience preparing, reviewing and processing Air Force C&A (DIACAP) packages and
COMSEC and or EMSEC duties.

: Proficient with Microsoft Outlook, Word and Exce
l.

: Experience with DoD office automation and local area networks.

: Ability to effectively support project level activity and senior management interfaces.

: Experience working with executive level military and DoD civilian leaders

: Mature and effective

written and oral communications skills.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Enterprise Mission Support Service (EMASS) training completed


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Location: Peterson AFB CO

Travel: Some CONUS travel required, Local vicinity travel to

government and contractor locations.


Information Assurance Analyst

JO# 1990


PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Ensure all AF and AFSPC software, hardware, systems and sub systems meet DoD Information Assurance
(IA) criteria and are certified and accredited in accordan
ce with DoD Information Assurance Certification
and Accreditation Process (DIACAP).


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:


: Develop briefing, produce meeting minutes for Information Assurance related meet
ings


: Produce weekly Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) Compliance Reports


: Track System Plan of Action and Milestone (POA&M) activities for AF and AFSPC


: Coordinate AF Cross Domain Solution (CDS) packages


: Maintain Continu
ity Binders for all IA programs


: Assess HQ AFSPC Certification and Accreditation (C&A) packages using Enterprise Mission Support
Service (EMASS)


: Provide technical analysis of each phase of DIACAP process for AFSPC systems


: Evaluate DIACAP docu
mentation.


: Evaluate and review Air Force C&A packages for compliance with DODI 8510


: Produce statistics to assess health of the AF C&A program


: Maintain all required certifications in accordance with DoD Manual 8570.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Tw
o years information assurance experience


: Bachelors degree


: Active TS/SCI clearance


: CISSP certification


: At least 6 years experience preparing, reviewing and processing Air Force C&A (DIACAP) packages.


: Proficient with Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel.


: Experience with DoD office automation and local area networks.


: Ability to effectively support project level activity and senior management interfaces.


: Experience working with executive
level military and DoD civilian leaders


: Mature and effective written and oral communications skills.




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PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

: Enterprise Mission Support Service (EMASS) training completed


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Location: Peterson AFB

CO

Travel: Some CONUS travel required, Local vicinity travel to government and contractor locations.


GMD White Cell Support

JO# 1966


PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Perform Exercise White Cell functions in support of Ground
-
based Midcourse Defense (GMD) training.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Read script, role play

Observe responses by GMD crew members to cues, i.e., system outages, commands, etc

Provide observations

Top Secret Clearance, SCI eligible


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

* Experience and knowledge of operations in Cheyenne Mountain Directorate, NORAD / USNORTHCOM

* Experience and understanding concerning CJCS Vol VI Missile Defense Event sequence

* GMD Staff Course graduate

* Exercise planning and ex
ecution experience


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

GMD Operator


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado


Corporate Senior Capture Manager

JO# 1950


PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

The Senior Capture Manager's prime responsibility will be the
capture of Strategic New Business programs
as assigned. Duties include identification and pursuit of business opportunities in line with the Corporate
Strategic Plan as outlined below. Individual will report directly to the Director, Corporate Business
D
evelopment.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:


: Provide leadership and execution for the success of all assigned Capture efforts. Duties include:


o Responsible for following and recommending

improvements to the Corporate Capture Process, part
of the companies ISO
-
9000 2008 certified BD Process.


o Identify and evaluate desirable programs for the corporate funnel


o Gather the intelligence and understanding of the government cl
ient's requirements


o Work closely with operational directors/managers to ensure adequate operational sponsorship
exists for proposed programs


o Define conceptual solution and strategies for winning each opportunity including the initial
Theming/Storyboarding efforts and transition the capture artifacts to the assigned proposal team.


o Develop, document and execute the Capture Management Plan and associated strategies for each
capture program including


* Conduct req
uirement analysis


* Develop Client Hot Buttons



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* Conduct the Competitive Analysis


* Conduct "gap analysis" effort for Capture Programs


* Prime or sub analysis


* Call plan


* and the other components of a successful capture program


o Conduct timely reviews of programs in the Capture Phase including Stage 1 and 2 reviews to
company management


: Support the proposal development process by providing nece
ssary "Capture Artifacts" to the proposal
team and participate in the Red/Pink Team Reviews


: Analyze Post Award feedback and recommend improvements to the Capture Process


: Assist in the maintenance of the Corporate BD Repository


: Develop and do
cument customer profiles


: Significantly contribute to meeting or exceeding the annual sales and profitability goals as established by
the Company.



: Attend and participate in the Company's management meetings as required


: Train and mentor Opera
tional/Program Managers in Capture Management functions.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education/ Experience:

: Bachelors Degree or equivalent experience

: 10 years of comparable experience

: Government acquisition and related capture methodology knowledge

: Exp
erience in the military services sector

: Ability to obtain a secret clearance


Skills:

: Manage

: Negotiation

: Communication

: Organizational

: Interpersonal


Knowledge of:

: Capture process

: Government acquisition

: Desktop publishing tools (Microsoft
Office, Adobe, Visio, etc.)


Ability to function in a small business environment which requires willingness to work at all levels of the
organization. Up to 30% travel to customer sites required.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


: Recent experience with ser
vices type business development capture(Advisory&Assistance
Services(A&AS) ,Scientific, Engineering, and Technical Assistance(SETA) at the Indefinite
Delivery/Indefinite Quantity(IDIQ)/Blanket Purchase Agreement(BPA) and Task Order(TO) level for Air
Force
, Navy or other DoD or Department of Homeland Security(DHS)


: Masters Degree


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Corporate HQ in Wakefield, MA or the DC area. Travel to potential customer locations up to 30 %.


Link 16 Network Designer

JO# 1891


PRI
MARY FUNCTION(S)



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Responsible for the design, validation, distribution and maintenance of operational Link 16 network load
files and description documentation to support the world
-
wide AF employment of Link 16. Develop network
designs o support data link e
mployment during contingencies, exercises, experiments, training and testing
using the Joint Network Design Aid (JNDA) software design tool. Conduce data gathering, data analysis,
and data evaluation to develop background papers, staff studies, or present
ation materials intended to
instruct, recommend a strategy, persuade an audience, or report progress.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

: Assist in designing Link 16 Networks and operating the Joint Netw
ork Design Aid.

: Support TDL operational and technical Service/Joint/Combined/NATO/bilateral forums addressing
network design, management, employment and related areas such as message standards, frequency
management, system fielding, and terminal software

issues.

: Advise platforms on implementation upgrades that will enhance the data link interface as part of the
enterprise management of data links.

: Assist in defining the information exchange requirement's to support tactical data link use in mission ro
les
to enhance the capability to train as we fight.

: Review requirements for their operational, training, exercise, contingency, experimental and testing
Initialization Data Load files for AF Link 16 terminals


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Has seven (7) years progressive experience, selectively or in combination, within the general US military
C4ISR area and five (5) years specialized experience directly related to US Link 16 Tactical Data Link
(TDL) operations.

Familiarity with Link 16 net
work design engineering; and joint, combined and coalition TDL exercises.

Proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook). Ability to work well both independently
and as a team member.


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Functional program mana
gement experience highly desired. Experience operating the Joint Network
Design Aid highly desired.


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Customer site in Hampton Roads VA


Overhead Persistent Infrared SME

JO# 1684


PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Odyssey Systems' Col
orado Springs office is seeking persons with Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR) /
Overhead Non
-
imaging Infrared (ONIR) (Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS), Defense Support
Program (DSP), Third Generation Infrared Surveillance (3GIRS), and Space Tracking
and Surveillance
System (STSS)) infrared sensing satellite requirements, engineering, integration, program management,
operations or subject matter expertise (SME). These candidates, as a group, will support the entire OPIR
system including legacy (DSP),
current (SBIRS geosynchronous orbit (GEO) and Highly Elliptical orbit
(HEO)), future (3GIRS), space (DSP, GEO, STSS and HEO payloads), ground (Master Control Station
(MCS) and Survivable MCS (SMCS)), and communications segments requirements, planning, budg
eting,
and development or sustainment programs.


The candidate will directly support HQ AF Space Command staff in managing OPIR System program
requirements, performance, and funding
-

including related coordination with system developers, HQ
Missile Defens
e Agency, HQs NORTHCOM and STRATCOM, other Combatant Commands, and related
early warning data users.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:



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Provide timely and accurate technical support to develop requirement
s documents, assist with Study Plans
and Analyses of Alternatives (AoAs) for new programs, develop Concepts of Operations (CONOPS),
review and comment on documents, provide analytical support for Government decision making,
recommending courses of action,
and support critical Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution
System (PPBES) and Joint Capability Integrated and Development System (JCIDS) taskings. Our team
will provide thorough and experienced inputs, comments, and interpretation of Operational

Requirements
Documents (ORDs) and Capability Description Documents (CDDs), and will apply JCIDS processes with
full knowledge of current and proposed system capabilities to develop of new requirements supporting the
OPIR missions. This in
-
depth assessment

capability also includes the preparation of financial
documentation, Program Objective Memorandum/Adjusted Program Objective Memorandum
(POM/APOM) inputs, financial analysis and tracking of related expenditures.

Frequent local travel (Denver/Boulder) and
CONUS travel anticipated.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum of 4 years' OPIR systems requirements, engineering, operation or fielding experience

Secret clearance

BA/BS degree, or equivalent experience


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Top Secret SCI clearance


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Work location is Peterson AFB and Colorado Springs, Colorado


Program Manager

JO# 1594


PRIMARY FUNCTION(S)

Plan, organize, direct and control the company's efforts to build, grow, execute and sustain a solid business
base for technical, acquisition and financial management support services at HQ Missile Defense Agency,
Redstone Arsenal, and HQ Army Space and Missile Defense Command. This position requires a seasoned
program manager with an entrepreneurial spirit who ca
n not only manage people and tasks, but also
independently develop new DoD business in the Huntsville area.


RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Serve as the senior Odyssey Systems manager at Huntsville AL,

managing Odyssey's involvement in all
area Federal Contracts including the Missile Defense Agency (MDA), Space and Missile Defense
Command (SMDC) and Army Redstone Arsenal;

Oversee the company's efforts to build, grow, execute and sustain a solid business

base for technical,
acquisition and financial management support services at MDA, SMDC and the Army Arsenal;

Exercise profit and loss responsibility for the site;

Manage Odyssey personnel and coordinate the activities of a subcontractor team;

Execute exis
ting and anticipated contracts to ensure exceptional service delivery;

Expand the business base through marketing and task order proposal development.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Active Secret Clearance

10
-
plus years of increasing responsibility in project/pro
gram/acquisition management

Thorough familiarity with the MDA, SMDC organizations, Army Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM)
procedures and acquisition management concepts.

Ability to work independently

Capability to work effectively with a broad range of
people with a wide variety of technical skills and
experience.

Proven ability to work in a rapidly changing environment, motivate and manage staff, and communicate
clearly both in writing and in oral presentations.



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PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

The following
items are considered a plus for this position:

Proven business development capabilities

Proposal development and/or source selection experience

APDP Level II or III in Program Management, or equivalent certification

Ability to assess and develop strategic
plans and energize others to achieve related goals

Significant experience in DoD and Army programs; connection with/recent recognition by MDA, SMDC
and/or Redstone Arsenal Staff


WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO

Huntsville, AL

Some travel will be requir
ed