Employment Opportunities

Global Services Corp is continuously searching for customer service, results-oriented individuals to join our team of communications professionals and subject matter experts. All of Global’s offices, located in San Diego, Philadelphia, Norfolk, and Fayetteville North Carolina accept and evaluate applications for the following positions listed below. We offer ongoing training in evolving technologies for all technical levels within the company to support your success on each project and growth within the communications industry.


 

All Global offices continuously accept and evaluate applications for the following positions:

 


Quality Assurance Specialist
Media Librarian
Program Manager
Program Analyst
Telecommunications Advisor/Network Administrator
Engineer
Draftsperson
Logistician
Warehouseman
Supply Clerk
Field Engineer
Technician
Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Repair
Welder
Pipe fitter
General Laborer
Copper/Fiber Cable Installation Technician
Network Technician
Project Manager
Engineer/Estimator
Information Technology (IT) Senior Site Representative
Information Technology (IT) Site Engineer
Information Technology (IT) Deployment Team Personnel
Naval Shipbuilding Specialist (Ship Surveyor)
eLearning Specialist
Instructional Systems Designer
SME / Training Specialist, MFOM-FOS

Special Operations Force - Paramedic (SOF-P) Instructor
Advanced Medical Instructor (AMI)

Senior Military Analyst
Industrial Engineer
Facility Equipment Engineer

Mechanical Technician
Program Manager - (Key Personnel)
Program Analyst (Classification)
Management Consultant Senior
Management Analyst
Management Analyst (Workload Forecast/RQMTS)
Management Analyst (Planning)
Management Analyst (OPS)
Human Capital Strategist
Public Affairs Specialist
Legal Clerk
Financial Specialist III
Financial Specialist II
Travel Clerk
Training Specialist
Training Assitant
Training Admin Support
Executive Management Assistant
Administrative Assistant II
Administrative Assistant I


Quality Assurance Specialist

 

Position Summary:

 

·         Provides support the Norfolk Ship Support Activity QA Audit Team: 

·         Reviews Work Specifications to determine required reports and inspections.

·         Reviews QA Tickets and Navy Maintenance Database (NMD) entries to determine properly documented (G) point inspections.

·         Reviews Contractor submitted Condition Found Reports (CFRs) to determine compliance with contractual requirements.

·         Reviews Engineering Service Requests (ESRs) and Departure From Specification (DFS) forms to determine compliance with technical warrant authority direction.

·         Reviews other data forms associated with contractor performed work to verify compliance with technical and contractual compliance.

·         Provides written reports to the Audit Team Leader regarding any findings during the audit.

·         Prepares written documentation of audit findings.

 

Qualifications:

 

·         10 years of experience in Quality Assurance Inspections and related QA activities in shipyards and aboard US Navy ships—either as contractor or government/military member.

·         Proficient in the use of computers and electronic mail in the preparation and communication of information and findings.

·         Familiarity with US Navy terminology, customs and courtesies.

·         Capable of obtaining a DoD SECRET security clearance (required).

·         Ability to work with limited supervision.

 

Job Code: QA

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Media Librarian

Position Summary:

  • Maintain database of media content (video, audio, still imagery and documentation).
  • Organize and categorize new and existing physical media within library space.
  • Maintain inventory of media assets.
  • Review and edit meta information for digital media assets.
  • Transfer media content in various formats including videotape, DVD, and multimedia.
  • Manage multiple projects and work efficiently with tight deadlines in a professional manner. 
  • Exercise independent decision making and judgment in the development of projects.

Qualifications:

  • Must have excellent organizational and interpersonal skills. 
  • Experience with Microsoft operating systems and office automation products. 
  • 3-5 years of experience operating archiving/cataloging software.
  • Experience with VideoBank software products is a plus.
  • Experience with audio and video editing software is a plus.   
  • Ability to troubleshoot technical issues.
  • Experience with DVD authoring and multimedia a plus.
  • Experience with professional tape formats such as beta, digi beta etc. a plus.  
  • Ability to work with limited supervision.

Job Code: ML

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Program Manager

Responsibilities: Provide program management for engineering and technical support to U.S. Navy fleet modernization programs. Manage high tech Alteration Installation Team (AIT) by executing project tracking, program planning, and analysis. Provide engineering, technical, and industrial services in support of equipment and systems modifications, installation, overhaul, upgrades, and repairs on all classes of Navy ships and shore facilities. Provide staff oversight of systems integration testing, systems engineering, test and evaluation, system operational and verification tests. Coordinate and interface with U.S. Government and Navy commands, personnel, and other contractors in support of the completion of assignments.

Qualifications: Multi-year experience managing U.S. Navy ship and shore modernization programs required. Position requires the ability to manage complex programs and develop technical solutions in support of short-fused engineering requirements. Candidate must possess strong interpersonal and communication skills and knowledge of DoD contracts and program procedures. Candidates must have or be capable of obtaining a DOD security clearance.

Job Code: PM

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Program Analyst 

Responsibilities: Provide management support to U.S. Navy ship and shore maintenance and modernization programs. Develop and maintain program plans and budget estimates. Track and forecast program progress. Maintain communication between program management and clients, and support the program management process with briefings and documentation. Provide technical and progress reporting, configuration and data management, site surveys, system designs, material take-offs, labor estimations, scope of work documents, and CAD documentation.

Qualifications: Bachelor in engineering or business administration or like years of experience in the management of fleet modernization programs. Candidate must possess computer skills, including the use of word processing and program management software. Candidates must have or be capable of obtaining a DOD security clearance. 

Job Code: PA

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Telecommunications Advisor / Network Administrator

Efforts performed fulltime in US Government Facilities on Fort Bragg, NC.

 

Responsibilities: Responsible for exercising fulltime oversight of the administration, management and maintenance of computer network systems and data circuits.  Performs duties in close coordination with supported military and government civilian authorities and counterparts.  Upgrades, installs and troubleshoots networks, networking hardware devices and software.  Maintains inventory of equipment and parts as well as documentation of vendor activities.  Develops and documents system standards for computer and network devices.  Recommends and schedules repairs to the LAN/WAN.  Assists users in the operation of work stations, networked and non-networked computer systems and peripherals. Troubleshoots user problems with electronic data systems and equipment and assists in submission of trouble tickets to designated Help Desk personnel.  Receives and performs research on DoD, and other government/ military Information Technology System directives, regulations, Standing Operating Procedures (SOP) and directives, and assists unit personnel in their implementation.  Assists in the accreditation of systems and components as required. Performs Classified Courier duties, as required.  Monitors and makes recommendations for the maintenance of proper information security.   Assists in the development of SOP governing operation and use of electronic networks and components.   Participates in staff meetings as requested by supported unit personnel.  Prepares and submits monthly reports associated with all systems and actions under purview.  Performs minor maintenance of computers, printer, scanners and components.  Replaces hard drives and other modular components as required.  As required, issues and configures computers and associated equipment.  Coordinates efforts with other contractors involved in hardware and software development, provision and maintenance.  Tracks warranty data on computers and other network equipment.

 

Qualifications: Must have strong knowledge in CISCO routing and switching, ability to work in SIPR/NIPR environment.  Minimum education: High School graduate; Associate or Bachelor Degree in Computer Science/Information Technology preferred.  Graduation from a US military Class A, B or C school preferred.  Must possess a valid driver’s license and be capable of readily obtaining DoD SECRET Security Clearance; possession of active or recent TOP SECRET clearance preferred.  Preferred certifications: MCSE, MCSA & CCNA.   Must be able to handle highly confidential information/material; the ability to communicate orally and written in a professional manner; and have prior experience supporting, implementing and/or administering enterprise networks such as Microsoft Windows Active Directory.  Must be capable of working both alone or in a team setting.  Must possess strong analytical skills and must be sensitive to military hierarchy, protocols and ethics.

Job Code: NA

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Engineer 

Responsibilities: Provide engineering support to U.S. Navy ship and shore maintenance and modernization programs. Perform site surveys, system design, material take-offs, labor estimation, and scope of work documents in support of U.S. Navy fleet modernization programs. Perform site surveys. Develop installation design plans (IDP) for shipboard and shore facilities. Develop site specific configurations, maintain configuration management, and furnish as-built drawings upon completion of a project.

 

Qualifications: Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering and two to five years of experience in the field related to the Bachelors Degree or ten years of experience in the application of systems engineering principles and discipline in support of U.S. Navy fleet modernization programs. Strong organizational and trouble shooting skills required. Must be familiar with safety procedures on Navy ships and apply good safety habits at all times. Candidates must have or be capable of obtaining a DOD security clearance.

 

Job Code: EN

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Draftsperson

 

Responsibilities: Provide drafting support to U.S. Navy ship and shore maintenance and modernization programs. Work closely with design originators using CAD configured workstations to prepare drawings of unusual, complex, or original designs which require a high degree of precision. Perform unique assignments requiring considerable initiative, resourcefulness, and drafting expertise. Ensure that anticipated problems in manufacture, assembly, installation, and operation are resolved by the drawing produced. Exercise independent judgment in selecting and interpreting data based on knowledge of the design intent.

 

Qualifications: Associates degree plus five years related CAD experience or ten years related CAD experience supporting U.S. Navy maintenance and modernization programs. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills are required. Candidates must have or be capable of obtaining a DOD security clearance.

 

Job Code: DP

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Logistician 

Responsibilities: Provide logistics support to U.S. Navy ship and shore maintenance and modernization programs. Assist program managers and task leaders with logistics related support to customers in general areas of engineering. Identify potential risk and problem areas and provide recommended solutions, perform inventory management and screen material to determine support requirements for equipment, supply, personnel, safety and maintenance. Research technical data requirements, identify supply sources to meet technical requirements, analyze and evaluate design concepts and integration support requirements. Identify supply sources to meet technical data requirements. Identify potential risk and problem areas and provide recommended solutions. Maintain equipment database. Knowledge of DoD 5000.2, Operation of Defense Acquisition System requirements is preferred.

 

Qualifications: High school/vocational school degree. Associates degree in Applied Science in an applicable engineering field or 4 years logistics experience is required. Computer skills, including use of word processing and database software, is required. Candidates must have or be capable of obtaining a DOD security clearance.

 

Job Code: LO

 

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Warehouseman 

Responsibilities: Perfroms a variety of warehousing duties involving verification of materials against receiving documents, noting and reporting discrepancies and obvious damages; routing material; rearranging and taking inventory of stored materials; removing material from storage and preparing it for shipment. May operate hand or power trucks in performing warehouseing duties.

 

Qualifications: High school diploma required; DoD security clearance required; prior experience in Department of Defense (DoD) logistical operations preferred; prior training/certification as forklift/lift truck opeartor preferred.

 

Job Code: WH

 

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Supply Clerk 

Responsibilities: Performs tasks associated with inventory management, material coordination and cataloging of supplies and equipment.

 

Qualifications: High school diploma required; one year experience in the receipt, storage and issuance of equipment, material or supplies in a warehouse environment required; prior experience performing these and similar functions in support of Department ofDefense (DoD) logisctial activities perferred; DoD security clearance preferred..

 

Job Code: SC

 

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Field Engineer 

Responsibilities: Provide engineering support to U.S. Navy ship and shore maintenance and modernization programs. Tasks include building and integrating cable assemblies and mechanical assemblies, redlining and maintaining documentation such as engineering drawings and system configuration management documents, and conducting on-site installation of equipment. Test and isolate equipment start-up malfunctions and take corrective action. Document the progress of work performed and make appropriate recommendations to managers. Read, interpret, and work from technical data, test procedures, schematics, assembly drawings, and shipboard and/or facility drawings. 

Qualifications: Associates degree in Engineering or Navy technical school with 4 years experience in the installation of shipboard Electronic systems or equivalent shipboard work experience installing communications and other electronics systems. Must be able to use standard hand tools and perform mechanical assembly tasks. Must be familiar with safety procedures on Navy ships and apply good safety habits at all times. Candidates must have or be capable of obtaining a DOD security clearance.

Job Code: FE

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Technician

Responsibilities: Provide technical support of U.S. Navy shipboard installation, repair, troubleshooting, and maintenance of electronic systems or equipment. Conduct ship-checks and “hands on” maintenance of shipboard systems. Read/interpret as-built and installation drawings, technical manuals and mil-specs standard, basic computer skills, and organizational skills. React to changing requirements based on project demands. 

Qualifications: Associates degree in engineering, completion of formal resident trade school or apprentice program in electronic systems or equipment. The candidate must have progressive experience as a technician performing hands-on work in support of U.S. Navy shipboard installation, repair, troubleshooting, and maintenance of U.S. Navy shipboard electronic systems. Must be familiar with safety procedures on Navy ships and apply good safety habits at all times. Candidates must have or be capable of obtaining a DOD security clearance. 

Job Code: ET

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Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Repair 

Responsibilities: Provide air conditioning and refrigeration repair support to U.S. Navy ship and shore maintenance and modernization programs. Design and develop U.S. Naval HVAC and chilled water system ship alteration drawings. Coordinate management and execution of U.S. Naval ship surveys to support the development of HVAC and Chilled Water systems installation and ship alterations.

 

Qualifications: Associates degree in Engineering or apprentice program plus five years design experience or ten years related design experience in the design and management of shipboard HVAC systems. Must be proficient in U.S. Military Specifications and the equipment requirements associated with the designing of HVAC and chilled water systems. Must be familiar with safety procedures on Navy ships and apply good safety habits at all times. Candidates must have or be capable of obtaining a DOD security clearance.

 

Job Code: AC

 

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Welder 

Responsibilities: Provide welding support to U.S. Navy ship and shore maintenance and modernization programs. Execute welds in all positions, with all types of metals (particularly Aluminum and Steel) and alloys in various shapes, including pipes, structural forms, plates, sheet metal, bar stock, machinery, and equipment. Utilize the necessary skills, knowledge, and ability in welding procedures to work from blueprints, drawings and manuals. 

Qualifications: The candidate must have completed high school and a trade school, apprenticeship, military or industrial school in a welding, metallurgy or hull technician program. Knowledge of the proper use of installation tools and procedures is required. Practical experience in the fields of welding, mechanical assembly, and installation of structures for electronic equipment on board naval ships is required. Must be familiar with safety procedures on Navy ships and apply good safety habits at all times. Candidates must have or be capable of obtaining a DOD security clearance.

Job Code: WD

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Pipefitter

Responsibilities: Provide support to U.S. Navy ship and shore maintenance and modernization programs. The candidate must be capable of preparing plate and/or pipe joints for welding and assist in installation of structures for electronic equipment. Utilize skills, knowledge, and abilities in U.S. Navy maintenance to work from blueprints, drawings and manuals.

Qualifications: The candidate must have completed high school and trade school, apprenticeship, military or industrial school in a mechanical trade. The candidate must have knowledge of the proper use of shop and installation tools and procedures and practical experience in the field of shipfitting, pipefitting, mechanical assembly, or installation of structures for electronic equipment on board U.S. Navy ships. Must be familiar with safety procedures on Navy ships and apply good safety habits at all times. Candidates must have or be capable of obtaining a DOD security clearance.

 

Job Code: PF

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General Laborer

Responsibilities: Provide general labor support to U.S. Navy ship and shore maintenance and modernization programs. The candidate must be capable of standing firewatch, performing material handling, grinding, and other labor intensive efforts required during the execution of shipboard and shore installation programs. The candidate must be able to assist in rigging and installation of structures and electronic equipment. 

Qualifications: High school or GED. Experience working on-board U.S. Navy ships is required. Candidate must possess knowledge of the approved use of installation tools, be familiar with safety procedures on U.S. Navy ships and apply good safety habits at all times and comply with safety requirements. Candidates must have or be capable of obtaining a DOD security clearance. 

Job Code: GL

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Copper/Fiber Cable Installation Technician

Responsibilities: Install, troubleshoot and ongoing maintenance of structured cabling/wiring systems.

Qualifications: Entry and senior level positions available for installation of low voltage copper and fiber optic communications systems for building backbone systems, horizontal distribution, fire stopping and outside plants. BISCI Installer or Technician Certification is a plus.

Job Code: CT

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Network Technician

Responsibilities:
Install, troubleshoot, configure and design network hardware and software for customers.

Qualifications: Experience in network support and maintenance. Requires excellent analytical and interpersonal skills. Ability to interact with business partners and customers required. Installation, configuration and troubleshooting of hubs, routers, bridges and switches (Bay Networks, Cisco Systems Incorporated, Fore, and Xylan). Background in UNIX and Windows helpful but not required. Experience in network management tools and testing equipment recommended (Protocol Analyzers, HP Openview, Sun Net Manager, etc.).

Job Code: NT

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Project Manager

Responsibilities: Responsible for successful project completion on time and within budget to customer’s satisfaction; employee development and retention; maintaining state-of-the-art technical knowledge of communications systems.

Qualifications: Must have strong capabilities in customer interface, project plan development, estimating, on-going project scheduling/coordination, project reporting, lead technician management, quality assurance inspections, scope of work preparation/adjustment, site survey completion, negotiating with cabling providers, testing documentation production and possess an ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Should have full knowledge of all types of voice, data and video cable installations, testing, TIA/EIA standards, CAT5 UTP, STP, fiber Optics and outside plant environments, as well as knowledge in the termination and testing of copper and fiber optic cable, equipment rack construction and installation. LAN/WAN experience, BISCI Installer, Technician or RCDD certification is a plus. Computer skills and excellent verbal/written communication capabilities are required.

Job Code: PM

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Engineer/Estimator

Responsibilities: Perform site surveys, system design, material take-offs, labor estimation, scope of work documents, CAD documentation and assistance with proposal preparation.

Qualifications: 1 to 5 years of design and estimating experience. Strong interpersonal and organizational skills are required as well as a working knowledge of both copper and fiber optic cabling systems. Knowledge of TIA/EIA standards and inside/outside plant cabling systems are essential. LAN/WAN systems knowledge a plus. RCDD or major product manufacturers certification also a plus.

Job Code: EE

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Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic (EMT-P) Instructor

Responsibilities: With minimal supervision, develop and present emergency medical instruction to members of the United States military, federal and state agencies, and commercial customers nationwide and overseas. Prepare lesson plans, handouts, power point presentation presentations, and other training resources to the standards prescribed by the U. S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). Plan and supervise performance oriented practical exercises; administers and evaluates formal written and hands-on evaluations. Perform individual research and incorporate emergent medical practices and military procedures into instruction in accordance with current standing operating procedures and Curriculum Board guidelines. Maintain personal competency and currency in all required National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians and Department of Transportation National Standard Curriculum: Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic requirements, American Heart Association credentials, and Basic Trauma Life Support certification. Research and prepare special instruction for the instructor staff in assigned areas of responsibility. Perform routine informal evaluations of instructor performance; prepare, analyze and takes action on performance critiques, as appropriate.

Qualifications: High school diploma. Minimum of 3 years experience as a Nationally Registered EMT-P Instructor or SOF Advanced Tactical practitioner or SMR certification as EMt-P. Current instructor credentials in American Heart Association disciplines of Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), and Basic Life Support (BLS). In addition, current instructor credentials in Basic Trauma Life Support (BTLS). Must establish status of either EMT-P or EMT-B in any State. Prior experience as a U.S. military medical non-commissioned officer is preferred. Prior experience as a medical non-commissioned officer in Army, Navy or Air Force Components of US Special Operations Command is preferred. Attendance at a recognized formal US military Instructor Training Course (ITC) required upon hire.

Job Code: EMT-P

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eLearning Specialist

Responsibilities:
Responsible for the analysis, design,  and development of high-impact, SCORM compliant, web-based (WBT), computer-based (CBT), and interactive courseware (ICW) training solutions in support of DoD/DoN systems and applications.

Qualifications: Typically requires a Master's degree or Bachelor's degree with equivalent experience.  Minimum six years experience in producing high-impact, Level 1, 2, and 3 SCORM compliant e-Learning content to include design, storyboards, art/graphics, multimedia, animations, interactivity, assessments, tracking, and branching.  Comprehensive understanding of interactive courseware development methodologies.  Experience operating within an LMS/LCMS environment.  In-depth knowledge and skill set using latest releases of various e-Learning authoring tools including Adobe Captivate, Snap!, and Articulate Studio Professional.  Experience in learning aid development using various programming tools including Flash, Javascript, ASP, HTML, and XML.  Experience in learning aid development using various design tools including Adobe Creative Suite.  Familiarity with Navy Education and Training and DoN content management and development tools including NKO, SAILOR, and AIM is desired.

Job Code: ES

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Instructional Systems Designer

Responsibilities: Responsible for the analysis, design,  and development of SCORM compliant instructor-led (ILT), web-based (WBT), computer-based (CBT)/interactive courseware (ICW) training solutions in support of DoD/DoN systems and applications.

Qualifications: Typically requires a Master's degree or Bachelor's degree with equivalent experience.  Minimum three years experience in producing SCORM compliant e-Learning content.  Comprehensive understanding of interactive courseware development methodologies.  Experience operating within an LMS/LCMS environment.  In-depth knowledge and skill set using latest releases of various e-Learning authoring tools including Adobe Captivate, Snap!, and Articulate Studio Professional.  Experience in learning aid development using various programming tools including Flash, Javascript, ASP, HTML, and XML.  Experience in learning aid development using various design tools including Adobe Creative Suite.  Familiarity with Navy Education and Training and DoN content management and development tools including NKO, SAILOR, and AIM is desired.  Familiarity with Maintenance Figure of Merit - Family of Systems (MFOM-FOS) is desired.

Job Code: ID


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SME / Training Specialist, MFOM-FOS

Responsibilities: Responsible for the analysis, design, development, and delivery of performance-based Maintenance Figure of Merit - Family of Systems (MFOM-FOS) training solutions for afloat and ashore Naval operations.

Qualifications: Typically requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience.  Ten years experience with DoD/DoN maintenance business practices.  Three years experience in Instructor-led Training (ILT).  Familiarity with MDAP ACAT testing, fielding, and lifecycle support.  Significant experience with MFOM-FOS applications to include Automated Work Notification (AWN), Maintenance Readiness Assessment System (MRAS-C/U), Afloat Toolbox for Maintenance (ATM), Maintenance Planning Tool (MPT), Shipboard Automated Maintenance Management (SAMM), Coatings Quality Assurance Toolkit (CQATK), Electronic Shift Operations System (eSOMS), Electronic Work Authorization Forms (eWAFS), and Casualty Report Generator (CASREP).

Job Code: TS


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Special Operations Force – Paramedic (SOF-P) Instructor



Responsibilities:  With minimal supervision, develop and present emergency medical instruction to members of the United States military, federal and state agencies, and commercial customers nationwide and overseas. Prepare lesson plans, handouts, power point presentation presentations, and other training resources to the standards prescribed by the U. S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). Plan and supervise performance oriented practical exercises; administers and evaluates formal written and hands-on evaluations. Perform individual research and incorporate emergent medical practices and military procedures into instruction in accordance with current standing operating procedures and Curriculum Board guidelines.  Research and prepare special instruction for the instructor staff in assigned areas of responsibility.  Perform routine informal evaluations of instructor performance; prepare, analyze and takes action on performance critiques, as appropriate. Maintain personal competency and currency in all required National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians and Department of Transportation National Standard Curriculum: Emergency Medical Technician – Basic (NREMT-B) requirements, American Heart Association credentials of Basic Life Support Instructor (BLS-I) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support Instructor (ACLS-I), and Pediatric Education for Pre-Hospital Professionals (PEPP)..



Qualifications: High school diploma.  Current BLS-I, ACLS-I, PEPP, NREMT-P or USSOCOM Advanced Tactical Practitioner (ATP). Exceptions to these requirements may be considered on case-by-case basis.  Prior experience as a U.S. military medical non-commissioned officer is preferred.  Prior experience as a medical non-commissioned officer in Army, Navy or Air Force Components of US Special Operations Command is preferred.  Attendance at a recognized formal US military Instructor Training Course (ITC) required upon hire.  Must be eligible for a DoD SECRET security clearance.

Job Code: SOF-P

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Advanced Medical Instructor (AMI)

Responsibilities:  Serves as primary teaching staff.  Prepares and performs instruction in support of SOCM, SFMS and SOCMSSC, as required.  Serves as subject matter expert for technical accuracy and quality of subject matter presentation in the SFMS course, with primary teaching responsibility in those classes and as primary instructors in ongoing cadre medical continuing education lectures and demonstrations.  Serves as assistant instructor in classes where not designated as primary instructor.  Performs duties of assistant instructor and technical consultant and advisor during surgical and live tissue blocks of instruction and demonstration.  Performs as technical consultant and advisor for content and quality of presentation in the SOCM course, and as Subject Matter Expert (SME) for those classes in SOCM whose content closely matches the subject matter for which the AMI has primary responsibility in SFMS.  Bears primary responsibility for those classes they prepare.  In addition to large group classroom instruction, provides small group instruction to include instruction, demonstration and evaluation in field environments under simulated combat conditions.  Consults with outside SMEs on technical issues. Assists in the recommendation and evaluation of new or emerging medical technology for the field.  Serves as informal cadre and student mentor in professional medical matters and on military issues, as experience allows.  Performs as consultant to cadre faculty advisors and as student counselors on an as-needed basis. 

 

Qualifications:  Must be a graduate of a World Health Organization accredited medical school or American Medical Association/American Academy of Physician Assistants accredited physician assistant program.  Must have passed the US Medical Licensing Examination or National Committee on the Certification of Physician Assistants certification test or equivalent nursing licensure exam.  Qualified as a Basic Life Support Instructor (BLS-I), Advanced Cardiac Life Support Instructor (ACLS-I), and Pediatric Education for Pre-Hospital Professionals (PEPP).  Minimum of one year experience as a member of a USSOCOM deployable Special Operations unit or at least one year experience as an instructor in a USSOCOM medical pipeline course.  Exceptions may be considered on a case by case basis.  Must be eligible for a DoD SECRET security clearance.

Job Code: AMI

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Senior Military Analyst

Position Summary: Performs as project lead in support of a US Naval activity for the conduct of independent analyses of engineering, quality, and production processes, practices and procedures associated with the effective, efficient and economical execution of products and services by the Command. Performs a wide range of executive level analytical, management, and administrative tasks including, but not limited to the following:

Assists in the management and tracking of actions undertaken by the Command and Staff in response to issues, critiques, reviews, and concerns elevated to the Commanding Officer's level by SEA04Y, TYCOM, Fleet, Departments and Department staffs, and other sources.

Performs fact finding efforts, reviews, investigations and analyses of technical, readiness, and organizational issues; prepares findings, formal analyses, white papers, briefings and other products; and presents information and recommendations to senior level military and civilian personnel for evaluation and decision.

Provides for approval, official command responses to complex technical and organizational issues. Communicates as appropriate with senior military and other government personnel throughout the supported organization, the Naval Maintenance Community, Type Commanders, Commanders of US Navy vessels, Project Managers, Project Engineers, Government and Commercial Shipyards, and other entities as necessary to capture issues and to develop corresponding responses.

Acts as coordinator and facilitator in the timely acquisition of facts and other relevant information from appropriate subject matter experts, including commanders, staffs, and contractor representatives. Tracks status of issues and provides daily reports to the Commanding Officer on all items determined to be high interest or potential concern.

As directed, develops briefing materials for supported organization departments and teams.

Assists in the management of Navy “HIGH 5” Program, which entails planning, coordinating, executing and reporting of ship commanding officer’s maintenance concerns.

Qualifications:

Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university in technical or business field. One (1) year of directly relevant experience may be substituted for each year of the degree program; minimum of fifteen (15) years of directly relevant experience in US Navy maintenance and operations. Prior experience planning, coordinating, and directing DoD projects; skilled in oral and written communications, military correspondence and formats; skilled and current in Navy and Naval Maintenance terminology. Prior military experience as a US military commissioned officer, warrant or senior non-commissioned officer having served in leadership or other management roles requiring full understanding and experience with US military organizations and missions, programs, and protocols. Skilled in the use of computers, MS Office suite, and MS Project. Possess a Department of Defense Security Clearance at the level of SECRET.

Job Code: SMA

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Industrial Engineer

Position Summary Provides engineering support including design, planning and execution of repair, upgrade or remodeling of shore-based US Naval facilities and ancillary support equipment and systems located in Norfolk, VA; and shipboard systems aboard US Navy vessels. Such equipment shall include, but not be limited, to heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), and plumbing and surrounding structure. Tasks include, but are not limited to the following:

Performs AutoCAD drawing support. Creates and submits drawings and portrayals, including ship and shore-based facilities and associated complex systems, layouts, diagrams, flow charts, and training materials. Prepares these products for use by engineering and management staff to plan and effect necessary upgrades and repairs.

Coordinates and supervises execution of upgrades and repairs. Performs work in accordance with OEM equipment technical/operational maintenance manuals.

Qualifications

Bachelors Degree in Architecture or Engineering; one (1) year of directly relevant experience may be substituted for each year of degree education; ten (10) years related experience; skilled in the use of AutoCAD for designs, drawings, and portrayals; skilled in oral and written communication; Department of Defense Security Clearance at the level of SECRET.

Job Code: IE

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Facility Equipment Mechanic

Position Summary Provides supervision, technical services, labor, and materials supporting the operation, maintenance, and repair of ancillary support equipment and other assets at US Naval facilities in Norfolk, VA. Principal duties include:

Preventative Maintenance (PM): Plans, supervises or performs PM on support equipment in support of the following: basic building maintenance; roof and drain maintenance; exterior expansion maintenance; repair of existing door locks; metal and wood crafting services associated with building framing, cabinet making, drywall, etc.; heating ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) system troubleshooting and preventative maintenance to include detailed requirements to all parts of the air handlers, chillers, condensers, cooling towers, and heating/cooling lines; restroom plumbing maintenance; steam line maintenance; general building plumbing maintenance; maintenance painting (interior/ exterior); lighting and electrical maintenance; wall, doors, trim wood-working maintenance; existing office space renovation; performance of inspections, lubrication, minor adjustments, filter/belt replacement, mechanical and electrical testing, equipment cleaning (i.e. HVAC coils) and house-keeping actions, (insulation repair, repair of minor leak, cleanup etc.)

Unscheduled Maintenance and Repair: Plans, supervises or performs on the previously identified systems and equipment. Such maintenance/repair activities may include, but not be limited to: emergency/urgency maintenance of HVAC, electrical, heating, and plumbing systems; respond and correct building trouble log maintenance report; respond and correct building lighting trouble maintenance report items.

Qualifications

High School Graduate; graduate of a US military or accredited trade qualification program in electrical, mechanical, or other technical field, or other formal or on-the-job training as approved on a case by case basis; ten (10) years of relevant experience; Department of Defense Security Clearance at the level of SECRET.

Job Code: FEM

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Mechanical Technician

Position Summary Provides supervision, technical services, labor, and materials supporting the operation, maintenance, and repair of ancillary support equipment and other assets at US Naval facilities. Principal duties include:

Preventative Maintenance (PM): Plans, supervises or performs PM on support equipment in support of the following: basic building maintenance; roof and drain maintenance; exterior expansion maintenance; repair of existing door locks; metal and wood crafting services associated with building framing, cabinet making, drywall, etc.; heating ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) system troubleshooting and preventative maintenance to include detailed requirements to all parts of the air handlers, chillers, condensers, cooling towers, and heating/cooling lines; restroom plumbing maintenance; steam line maintenance; general building plumbing maintenance; maintenance painting (interior/ exterior); lighting and electrical maintenance; wall, doors, trim wood-working maintenance; existing office space renovation; performance of inspections, lubrication, minor adjustments, filter/belt replacement, mechanical and electrical testing, equipment cleaning (i.e. HVAC coils) and house-keeping actions, (insulation repair, repair of minor leak, cleanup etc.)

Unscheduled Maintenance and Repair: Plans, supervises or performs on the previously identified systems and equipment. Such maintenance/repair activities may include, but not be limited to: emergency/urgency maintenance of HVAC, electrical, heating, and plumbing systems; respond and correct building trouble log maintenance report; respond and correct building lighting trouble maintenance report items.

Management and Administration Support: assists the Government in the screening, hiring, scheduling and monitoring of maintenance/repair teams comprised of up to four (4) personnel. Coordinates with customers to ensure proper scheduling of the work; to validate accomplishment; and to obtain feedback on timeliness and professionalism of repair/maintenance activities; prioritizes maintenance and repair efforts based upon a dynamic environment influence by emergencies, weather extremes, and other emergent issues; takes action to monitor and report compliance with OSHA and other federal safety and environmental requirements; monitors and inspects work performed by government and contractor maintenance and repair personnel to ensure compliance with required Quality Assurance standards.

Qualifications

High School Graduate; graduate of a US military or accredited trade qualification program in electrical, mechanical, or other technical field, or other formal or on-the-job training as approved on a case by case basis; ten (10) years of relevant experience, five (5) of which involve performance as manager or supervisor of government maintenance or repair activities; must have organizational skills, maturity and ability to effectively prioritize and manage; Department of Defense Security Clearance at the level of SECRET.

Job Code: MT

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Program Manager - (Key Personnel)

Responsibilities: Serve as the main point of contact for the Contracting Officer (CO), the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR), the Government Program Manager, and the Employee's senior management. This includes being the main point of contact for all subcontractors. Ensure that all work is performed according to contractual requirements and performance standards. Ensure that regular feedback on performance is provided to the Government on all areas of contract performance. Ensure that all personnel involved in providing or supporting services under the contract meet requirements established by the Task Order, including security clearance requirements. Implement appropriate controls to prevent and detect cases of employee fraud or malfeasance and notification of appropriate security personnel to determine required actions. Plan appropriately for Key Personnel turnover. Ensure that replacements are identified, proposed and replaced in a timely manner. Provide senior management analysis for workload forecasts and requirements, financial and budgetary policies related to ships’ maintenance activities for both the command and higher echelon.

Responsible for researching concepts, regulations, and relevant best practices associated with workload forecasting and budgeting for the command and higher echelon command elements. Provide analysis of exceptionally large complex programs. Through the weekly Capability Plan (CP) planning meetings and working groups, the incumbent interfaces with upper level echelon commands on specific periodic ship’s maintenance planning and execution briefs. Provide ad hoc analysis based upon changes to command’s mission requirements, personnel, ships’ schedule through the utilization of the CP and intermittent flag level execution briefs. Develops and continually modifies maintenance work pillar benchmarks in order to further predict the commands executed man day requirements as compared to their established budget control measures necessary to support the command’s business/financial goals. Develops, analyzes, and collects man day execution algorithms in order to ascertain that correct funding requirement levels have been achieved. Perform or advise on work in any phases or systems of both ship maintenance planning requirements and budget administration. Formulates budget and cost estimates to support requirement plans, programs, and activities, including presenting and defending work requirements before authorities, review and evaluate budget requests, control, and reporting of obligations and expenditures. Analyze and recommend costs and benefits of alternative methods of financial management of an organization’s programs and administrative operations; implementing legal and regulatory controls over approved budgets; and providing advice on effective and efficient methods for the acquisition and use of funds to support the organization’s programs and activities.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and minimum of ten (10) years of experience in the Management of projects involving Administrative Support. Position requires the ability to obtain and maintain a SECRET level Security Clearance Specialized Experience: A minimum of five (5) years of experience in Administrative Support Services Under the Program Management Support Task, the employee will provide program management support and administrative support to NSSA. The Program Manager shall utilize expert communication skills needed to direct the skilled technical resources and report on the technical progress, issues, and problem areas, as well as write and review technical documents. Program Manager will provide strong organizational and technical management skills and ability to perform detail oriented work. Self-motivated, possess strong analytical skills and be customer oriented. Clearly communicate ideas to others verbally and in writing. The Program Manager shall also have vast experience in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project.

Job Code: PM-NSSA

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Program Analyst (Classification)

Responsibilities: Conduct position management reviews and organizational reviews, studies of organizational structures and make position management recommendations that integrate various management and business improvement programs and projects within the Command and its various DOD customers. Develop organizational charts as required. Work directly with managers to collect required information to develop and write draft position descriptions and classification analyses. Participate in the review of proposed reorganizations and other organizational changes and provide position management and classification advice. Interview supervisors and employees regarding their positions; conduct desk audits; prepare and write position descriptions; advise on classification of positions; prepare and write evaluation statements in FES, narrative, and GSSG formats. Evaluate current pay system, research and recommend possible changes, such as pay bands. Evaluate changes in assigned duties for possible impact on classification determinations and recommend appropriate changes in title, series, and/or grade. Prepare evaluation statements in support of recommended classification. Evaluate impact of new or updated OPM Classification Standards for possible impact on positions and recommend appropriate changes in title, series, and/or grade. Gather and analyze data. Establish and evaluate positions in a variety of occupational groups to determine appropriate pay systems, occupational grouping, title and grade of positions. Advise on position and organization design. Prepare evaluation statements that clearly explain classification rationale.

Qualifications: Minimum of five years of experience in federal government classification and position management. Certification in Position Classification

Job Code: PA-NSSA

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Management Consultant Senior

Responsibilities: Provide the command with technical, analytical and administrative support in the development and direction of command programs such as: labor relation, manpower, workload forecasting, etc. Provide administrative and consulting support to management Program Managers and Project Managers for labor relation topics. Research and prepares labor related information for management. Provide advice and aid to management including the administration of labor relations policies. Review collective bargaining proposals and provide support to management on responses. Advise management in investigating, answering, and settling grievances. The Management Consultant Senior understands both sides and is on a quest to find solutions for management and labor. Investigate alternative solutions while taking into account what other organizations can offer. Perform administrative and analytical duties in the area of position management, personnel and manpower management, personnel recruitment actions and general administration. Assist with the management and allocation of manpower resources, determine manpower requirements, initiate and review requests, assist with the management of the Drug Free Workplace Program. Provide advisory service to all levels of management relative to manpower and position management and personnel functions in support of the command mission and assigned personnel. Conduct analytical studies involving position, personnel and manpower management as well as proposed changes in organizational structure. Identify and gather pertinent factual and statistical data and apply analytical techniques and methods in evaluating data. Prepare reports of findings and present recommendations to improve efficiency of the organization's programs and operations. Assist with the management of the civilian personnel process, which includes the review and processing of personnel actions requests to HRO. Support NSSA in the assessment, verification, testing, and implementation of complex business practices designed to improve specific departments' labor efficiencies within NSSA.

Qualifications: Bachelor degree in labor, economics, personal relations, industrial psychology or sociology. Degree can be substituted with apprenticeship training with gained knowledge by research and participation in negotiations. Previous courses in government are a plus. Position requires the ability to obtain and maintain a Secret Clearance. Minimum (12) years of job-related experience in governmental labor relations environment or human resource or management environment. Proven ability to assess employee needs while taking into account the capacity of what the organization can offer.  Clearly communicate with others verbally and in writing. Experienced user with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project. Proven ability to communicate and arbitrate disputes. Able to interpret and administer contracts pertaining to wages, grievances, employee welfare, healthcare and management practices.

Job Code: MCS-NSSA

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Management Analyst

Responsibilities: Perform administrative and analytical duties in the area of position management, personnel and manpower management, personnel recruitment actions and general administration. Assist with the management and allocation of manpower resources, determines manpower requirements, initiates and reviews requests, assist with the management of the Drug Free Workplace Program Provide advisory services to all levels of management relative to manpower and position management and personnel functions in support of NSSA's Mission and assigned personnel. Conduct analytical studies involving position, personnel and manpower management as well as proposed changes in organizational structure. Identify and gather pertinent factual and statistical data and applies analytical techniques and methods in evaluating data. Prepare reports of findings and presents recommendations to improve the efficiency of the organization's programs and operations. Determine manpower requirements by tracking statistics for each department, within the command, collecting and analyzing data to determine necessity for work performed and the types of employees required to accomplish assigned functions. Initiate and review requests for manpower requirement changes, responds to manpower issues and studies involving analysis of manpower quality and quantity and recommends appropriate actions. Assist with the management of the civilian personnel process, which includes the review of personnel action requests to assess possible impact on position management and assuring compliance with policy and regulatory procedures. Review the assignment of personnel to assure compatibility with properly classified position descriptions, and recommends changes, as necessary, to assure proper alignment.

Work with management, supervisors, and personnel specialists regarding personnel actions and/or other management actions relative to position and organizational restructuring, workload, missions, and position structures to ensure compliance with appropriate personnel procedures and regulations. Assist with the development of appropriate personnel procedures and regulations. Assists in the development of appropriate position descriptions and reviews vacancy announcements to ensure compliance. Review recruitment packages for supporting documents. Processes and traces all civilian personnel actions. Assist management with the allocation of manpower resources. Provide support and advisory service to all levels of management relative to manpower and position management. Collect data and responds to data calls. Serve as a joint process owner of the Human Resource/Manpower module of the Navy Enterprise Maintenance Automated Information System (NEMAIS) SAP system. Analyze proposed or estimated personnel losses based on attrition levels to project numerical on-board strength. Obtain from management input on current and projected scheduling of various operations or projects, and anticipates overall staffing needs to include: position evaluations to determine appropriate pay system, occupational grouping, title and grade of positions, and advising on position and organization design and Receives, staffs, and responds to various taskers and data calls. Proposes course of action and drafts internal taskers. Assist the Drug Program Coordinator to direct, administer, and manage NSSA's Drug Free Workplace Program. Coordinate and provide information, training and assistance to employees and supervisors; notifying selected employees' first-level supervisors of pending drug testing; and maintaining confidential records. Work with HRO/Human Resource Service Center (HRSC) and command supervisors to identify/maintain a current list of all Testing Designated Positions (TDPs) with NSSA. Participate on recruitment team initiatives to include, but not limited to, the Federal Career Intern Program and NSSA Intern Program. Tasks may include assisting supervisors and HROs to identify the competencies needed in order for an individual to perform the work of a position; identifying appropriate targeted recruitment sources of candidates.


Qualifications: Must have knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar. Broad based knowledge of governmental administrative requirements, methods, sources, procedures, and business processes is required. Sufficient knowledge of Microsoft Office applications with additional experience with financial accounting software(s) is highly desirable.

Job Code: MA-NSSA

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Management Analyst (Workload Forecast/RQMTS)

Responsibilities: Provide senior management analysis for workload forecasts and requirements, financial and budgetary policies related to ships’ maintenance activities for both the command and higher echelon. Responsible for researching concepts, regulations, and relevant best practices associated with workload forecasting and budgeting for the command and higher echelon command elements. Provide analysis of exceptionally large complex programs. Through the weekly Capability Plan (CP) planning meetings and working groups, the incumbent interfaces with upper level echelon commands on specific periodic ship’s maintenance planning and execution briefs. Provide ad hoc analysis based upon changes to command’s mission requirements, personnel, ships’ schedule through the utilization of the CP and intermittent flag level execution briefs. Develops and continually modifies maintenance work pillar benchmarks in order to further predict the commands executed man day requirements as compared to their established budget control measures necessary to support the command’s business/financial goals. Develops, analyzes, and collects man day execution algorithms in order to ascertain that correct funding requirement levels have been achieved. Perform or advise on work in any phases or systems of both ship maintenance planning requirements and budget administration. Formulates budget and cost estimates to support requirement plans, programs, and activities, including presenting and defending work requirements before authorities, review and evaluate budget requests, control, and reporting of obligations and expenditures. Analyze and recommend costs and benefits of alternative methods of financial management of an organization’s programs and administrative operations; implementing legal and regulatory controls over approved budgets; and providing advice on effective and efficient methods for the acquisition and use of funds to support the organization’s programs and activities.

Qualifications: Bachelor degree in financial, economics, business or related field. Previous courses in government are a plus. Position requires the ability to obtain and maintain a Secret Clearance. Minimum (12) years of job-related experience in governmental financial, workload forecasting, requirements, capability planning environment. Proven ability to assess command capability and requirements taking into account the capacity of what the organization can offer. Able to clearly communicate ideas verbally and in writing. Versed in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project. Proven ability to communicate and arbitrate disputes.

Job Code: MA2-NSSA

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Management Analyst (Planning)

Responsibilities: Provide analytical and administrative support to Code 300 Norfolk Ship Support Activity (NSSA). Services shall include, but not be limited to the following: Recommend changes in business, management, administrative processes, policies, procedures, devise and install procedures in the planning and execution of ship maintenance availabilities. Develop budget estimates and forecasts while providing detailed justifications for such. Advise staff on business/management and personnel practices, management principles, organizational theory, and techniques of analysis and evaluation, along with standardized business practices and procedures to conduct studies of said work processes in various organizations in order to identify, analyze, and recommend solutions to problems in organizational structure, staffing, administrative procedures, business processes, or workload distribution. Review work specifications, generate and maintain planning and execution reports. Conduct position management reviews and organizational reviews, studies of organizational structures and make position management recommendations that integrate various management styles. Communicate information effectively and efficiently in order to gather information, present recommendations and coordinate services so others will understand.

Qualifications: Five years of ship maintenance and repair knowledge.

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Job Code: MA3-NSSA


Management Analyst (OPS)

Responsibilities: Assist the Project Team/Manager for repair availabilities, and as such, coordinates, schedules and administers assigned work to ensure that planning functions are completed in time to permit orderly work list preparation, screening, specification preparation, invitation to bid, contractor inspection, bid opening, and award. Prepare smooth messages, e-mails, letters, memoranda and correspondence reports as appropriate, detailing the status of advance planning, repair work, costs, technical problems and other required communications on assigned projects. Assure that technical decisions regarding reliability, configuration and system performance are properly made by the appropriate technical authority. Informs superiors when customer screening action prevents accomplishment of repairs and alterations in accordance with applicable directives and specifications. Support the planning and execution of availability work including pre-production planning to define work to be accomplished and assurance that the development of the work package will affect necessary repairs. Perform editing, correlating and supporting quality audits of work specification packages to ensure authorized work is accomplished as agreed upon with customers. Monitor and assure that the use of NAVSEA approved Standard Items, Standard Work Items, Class Standard Work Items and Recurring Work Items (RWI) are invoked and used in each work package. Present authoritative information and advice to inquiring parties on matters of mutual concern, such as, cost and time estimates, planning future work, plant capabilities and capacity for varied work accomplishment, production management, production problems and providing technical guidance regarding repair work, alterations and overhaul on a variety of types of ships projects.

Qualifications: Five years of ship maintenance and repair knowledge.

Job Code: MA4-NSSA

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Human Capital Strategist

Responsibilities: Seek, interview, assess, reference checks and places contract employees that completely satisfy the client requirements. Build contract employee workforce through ads, career fairs, Internet relationships and other sources. Build sales prospect pool through careful applicant G2's, Internet research, and networking. Take personal responsibility for and meets all individual activity goals and Senior Recruiter productivity targets as defamed by manager and assists the rest of the recruiting team to reach their goals. Actively participate in all team meetings; actively shares ideas and concepts. Communicate with clients regarding specific job orders, candidate submittals and other candidate matters (conference calls, etc) Continuously explore new recruiting sources, job boards, and forums to assist the recruiters in growing their candidate pools. Continuously explore new prospects and business leads to assist the sales team growth in their client pools. Actively participate in networking groups and other business and community programs to increase skill knowledge. Diligently pursue a broad and deep understanding of all aspects of your division, your core competencies/skill sets, and our company as a whole. Ensure all hiring paperwork is filled out thoroughly and all required screening protocols are completed including E-verify and I-9's for all new hires as well as, drug tests and background checks when required by the client.

Qualifications: Minimum of 10 years of experience in the management of projects involving Administrative Support Services. Specialized Experience: A minimum of five years of experience in Administrative Support Services involved in technical and professional support services.

Job Code: HCS

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Public Affairs Specialist

Responsibilities: Plan and assign daily activities and events Coordinate work among junior military and contractor staff members, maintain a weekly Schedule of Events form for the entire office prepare news releases on events. Provide professional photography, video, and audio services for command events. From these events, employee develops, writes, edit sand submits articles for publication in regional Navy newspaper, Norfolk Naval Shipyard newsletter, Norfolk Ship Support Activity Newsletter, and Navy News website. Create, upload, and maintain slide presentations on the NSSA website. Create, develop, and provide invitations, tickets, flyers, booklets, programs, and pamphlets for special events using Microsoft Publisher software keeps weekly and monthly schedule of events calendar up-to-date.

Qualifications: Bachelor degree with courses in journalism, public relations, marketing or communications. Degree can be substituted with eight years practical experience or internship in public affairs. Previous courses in government issues are a plus.  Minimum of 10 years of public affairs experience working for the government.

Job Code: PAS

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Legal Clerk

Responsibilities: Prepare correspondence with various authorities on behalf of the office assigned. Prepare and execute documents in support of actions, proceeding, and opinions of the respective authorities. Draft and assist in the execution of legal forms such as power of attorney, disciplinary review board submissions, summarize records of legal proceedings.

Qualifications: Associates Degree and two years equivalent job related experience or two years of experience may be substituted for each year of college.

Job Code: LC

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Financial Specialist III

Responsibilities: Knowledgeable of expert military concepts and business process in relation to budget analysis/formulation and/or Navy Accounting practices and fiscal policy. Clearly communicates ideas to others verbally and in writing. Proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project. Works independent with minimal supervision gathering requirements, performing analysis, supporting the development and testing of any new processes, and understanding the applications, data, and associated technologies for supported functional areas. Analyze moderately complex business problems to be solved with automated systems. Provide direct support to maintenance programs and perform cradle to grave for all financial transactions associated with ship repair initiatives and other financial management aspects. Ability to multi-task between specific areas of funding at NSSA, other government activities, and overseas. Duties range across various aspects of financial management contained in the Comptroller Department and may entail but are not limited to payroll, budget formulation and execution, and contract and accounting record management associated with the Ship Maintenance and Modernization Program (MM. Work is performed at a proficient level across various accounting and reporting systems; incumbent must be familiar with financial accounting information systems such as but not limited to CFMS/COST/STARS-FL/SUPDESK/SLCADA/NMDR/PMT/DCPS.

Qualifications: Associates and/or Bachelor's Degree in Business Management/Accounting strongly desired and/or five year's equivalent job-related experience. One year of job-related experience may be substituted for each year of college.

Job Code: FS-1

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Financial Specialist II

Responsibilities: Knowledgeable of broad military concepts and business processes in relation to budget analysis/formulation and/or Navy Accounting practices and fiscal policies. Clearly communicate ideas to others verbally and in writing. Proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project. Work under general supervision gathering requirements, performing analysis, supporting the development and testing of any new processes, and understanding the applications, data, and associated technologies for supported functional areas. Evaluate simple to moderately complex business problems to be solved with automated systems. Provide assistance to maintenance programs and to perform all financial transactions associated with ship repair initiatives and other financial management aspects. Duties range across various aspects of financial managements contained in the Comptroller Department and may entail but are not limited to payroll, budget formulation and execution, and contract and accounting record management associated with the Ship Maintenance and Modernization Program. Work is performed at a proficient level across various accounting and reporting systems; incumbent must be familiar with financial accounting information systems such as but not limited to CFMS/COST/STARS-FL/SUPDESK/SLCADA/NMDR/PMT/DCPS. Work under general supervision gathering requirements, perform analysis, support the development and testing processes, and understand the applications, data, and associated technologies for supported functional areas. Analyze simple to moderately complex business problems to be solved with automated systems. Provide direct support to acquisition programs and to perform focused analyses on contracts, earned value, source selection evaluations, and other financial management aspects.

Qualifications: Associates/Bachelor's Degree desired in Business Management/Accounting but not required and/or three years equivalent job-related experience. One year job-related experience may be substituted for each year of college.

Job Code: FS-2

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Travel Clerk

Responsibilities: Process travel orders for NSSA civilian and military personnel by creating/reviewing the authorization in DTS and verifying all estimated expenses are included in the authorization. Obtain the proper Mode of Transportation and provide assistance in obtaining hotel reservations within per diem rates. Document and inform NSSA personnel of travel dates, times, connections, baggage limits, emergency information, medical visa requirements for overseas travel. Require knowledge of the Joint Travel Regulation (JTR), Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR), Foreign Clearance Guide (FCG) and Defense Travel System (DTS). Assist with the use of the Government Travel Credit Card (GTCC) by monitoring proper usage and ensure cardholders are in compliance with policies. Process travel claims submitted by NSSA personnel utilizing the DTS rate tables and calculators, JTR/JFTR, receipts, and GTCC postings to ensure correct reimbursement. Provide customers with travel suggestions and information such as guides, directories, brochures, and maps. Process travel orders for NSSA personnel. Research travel allowances and make travel arrangements for NSSA personnel. Process travel claims submitted by NSSA personnel utilizing the DTS rate tables and calculators. Document and inform NSSA personnel of travel dates, times, connections, baggage limits, medical and visa requirements, and emergency information. Obtain reservations for air, train, or car travel and hotel or other housing accommodations.

Qualifications: High School Diploma. Work experience with arranging and processing travel for government and contractor personnel.

Job Code: TC

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Training Specialist

Responsibilities: Assist with maintaining training programs. Provide NSSA organizational management with the development and/or delivery of training programs, literature and structure. Complete assigned reporting functions involving attendance statistics, certifications, industry benchmarks. Provide recommendations regarding the development and administration of existing and new programs. Assist with the dissemination of information and data as needed. Perform general office support functions and assist area personnel as necessary. Upon receiving general topical guidance on a course, independently develop the total course content, including direction and focus, general and specific course objectives which are relevant to the needs of the military audience. Responsible for not only developing and presenting course material for NSSA civilian/military personnel, but also for coordinating/monitoring NSSA civilian/military training programs and monitoring the military personnel in the Military Training and Navy Afloat Maintenance Training Strategy (NAMTS) Office. Responsible for presenting original courses to all NSSA personnel. Counsel NSSA personnel on various subjects such as required training or meeting prerequisites for schools applied for.

Qualifications: High School Diploma. Work with Navy Ship building and/or Maintenance helpful but not required. Works under direct supervision, perform a variety of training or human resources duties related to training.

Job Code: TS

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Training Assistant

Responsibilities: Assist with maintaining training programs. Assist staff that is providing NSSA organizational management with the development and/or delivery of training programs, literature and structure. Complete assigned reporting functions involving attendance statistics, certifications, and industry benchmarks. Provide recommendations regarding the development and administration of existing and new programs. Assist with dissemination information and data as needed. Perform general office support functions and assists area personnel as necessary. Duties may also include identifying and escalating workflow issues, providing clerical support on departmental projects, providing support to work directors, and compiling daily production statistics and other reports. Further provides administrative support and advisory services which may include, but are not limited to office management, budget, pay, security, personnel actions, employee relations, employee services, travel, training, correspondence, reports, supplies, etc.

Qualifications: High School Diploma. Work with Navy Ship building and/or Maintenance helpful but not required. Works under direct supervision while providing administrative support for personnel in the training department. Assist staff that are performing a variety of training or human resources duties related to training.

Job Code: TA

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Training Admin Support

Responsibilities: Works under direct supervision providing administrative support for personnel in the training department. Assist staff that are performing a variety of training or human resources duties related to training. Assist in maintaining training programs. Assist staff that is providing NSSA organizational management with the development and/or delivery of training programs, literature and structure. Complete assigned reporting functions involving attendance statistics, certifications, industry benchmarks. Provide recommendations regarding the development and administration of existing and new programs. Assist with dissemination information and data as needed. Perform general office support functions and assists area personnel as necessary. Duties may also include identifying and escalating workflow issues, providing clerical support on departmental projects, providing support to work directors, and compiling daily production statistics and other reports. Further provide administrative support and advisory services which may include, but are not limited to office management, budget, pay, security, personnel actions, employee relations, employee services, travel, training, correspondence, reports, supplies, etc.

Qualifications: High School Diploma. Work with Navy Ship building and/or Maintenance helpful but not required.

Job Code: TAS

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Executive Management Assistant

Responsibilities: Provide a high-level of administrative support for an office and top executives of an organization. Will be required to handle complex responsibilities, such as reviewing incoming documents, conducting research, preparing reports, and arranging meetings. May supervise clerical staff. Maintain paper and electronic filing systems for records and messages. Route and distribute incoming mail and email. Answer routine letters and email. Reply and attach files to incoming messages. Correct spelling and grammar to ensure accuracy. Operate fax machines, videoconferencing and phone systems, and other office equipment. Use computers for spreadsheet, word processing, database management, and other applications. Complete forms in accordance with DOD and Navy organizational policy, processes, and procedures. Organize and arrange travel itineraries.

Qualifications: Associate Degree and five years’ experience of job-related experience. Work Experience: Position requires the ability to obtain and maintain Secret level Security Clearance. Minimum of one year job-related experience with Naval Operations support training and readiness require.

Job Code: EMA

Administrative Assistant II

Responsibilities: Provide clerical support for Department and Division Heads in preparing correspondence, power point presentations, filing, record keeping, time keeping. Answering phone calls, taking and transferring messages is required. Should be familiar with general clerical/secretarial duties and practices. Will frequently interface with visitors requesting appointments and other questions. Will maintain Department Head, Division Head, and/or other unit managers weekly schedules. Duties may also include identifying and escalating workflow issues, providing clerical support on departmental projects, providing support to work directors, and compiling daily production statistics and other reports. Further provide administrative support and advisory services which may include, but are not limited to office management, budget, pay, security, personnel actions, employee relations, employee services, travel, training, correspondence, reports, supplies, etc. Conduct administrative management surveys, projects or studies. Research administrative, management and program issues or problems and provide advice and guidance to employees and management.

Qualifications: Minimum Associate Degree required; Bachelor's Degree desired but not required. Two years equivalent job-related experience can replace the additional two years difference between Associates and Bachelor’s Degree.  Administrative work with Navy Ship building and/or Maintenance helpful but not required.

Job Code: AA-2

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Administrative Assistant I

Responsibilities: Compose and maintain various correspondences (phone, email, fax, and letters), create spreadsheets, and manage databases. Provide a range of general office tasks like receiving visitors, establish and/or maintain soft & hard copy various office documentation, research information, provide orientation for new staff, operate modern office equipment & software, and prepare & submit time & attendance records. Support basic accounting and financial operations. Develop and recommend creative and innovative solutions to customer problems. Generate technical/non-technical correspondence (office policies; procedures and guidance; request for information; letters of accomplishment, commendation, notifications, reports and presentations) as requested by the Production Officer/Production Manager. Establish and maintain liaison with Project Managers, Project Supervisors, and Designees to assist in program planning, developing technical requirements and related processes, identifying maintenance data to be collected and processing these same sets of data. Assist in the preparation of presentation material and assist with the presentations. Generate meeting agendas and coordinate locations, required services to conduct meetings. Attend meetings, record minutes and produce meeting minutes for distribution. Collect, review and evaluate weekly performance reports, prepare maintenance data charts and brief same, provide recommendations for improvements based on identified trends, consolidate and disseminate reports as required. Generate material procurement lists and related documents. Maintain material procurement status information.Maintain and update a material usage tracking database and all related information. Ability to learn task specific software programs: AIM, SUPDESK, ATMS, BUSINESS OBJECTS, PMC, RMAIS Produce above listed products using Microsoft Office software products (WORD, EXCEL, and POWER POINT) Execute other tasks as assigned.

Qualifications: Minimum Associate Degree required. Four years equivalent job-related experience can replace the Associates Degree.

Job Code: AA-1

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