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Conducts site surveys and documents current site telecommunications configuration and user requirements. Follows engineering installation packages, and works with telecommunications installation team. Assists in documenting configuration changes at each site. Must have experience in using common test equipment (e.g. digital test sets, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers). Must have experience testing telecommunications equipment/systems and following standard test procedures. Must have experience in be trouble-shooting problems with telecommunications equipment to include system interfaces. Prepares test reports. Must have 2 years of telecommunications/electronics vocational training, or professional certification from an ABET accredited technical school or equivalent military school with a minimum of 2 years experience in two or more of the specialties identified in paragraph 4.1 or as specified in the individual task order. 50% travel expected.
Analyzes, administers, and maintains telecommunications systems.
Evaluates, analyzes, administers and maintains voice, data and video communications systems.
May test, adjust and troubleshoot equipment as necessary.
Monitors the operations of telecommunications systems and services of vendors.
Provides end-user training of telecommunications features and functionality.
Provides technical support and troubleshooting to network, desktop, and/or systems hardware and software.
Screens, refers and diagnoses internal inquiries and work requests as they relate to voice, data and video communications systems.
Provides end-user software troubleshooting and support.
Applies advanced diagnostic techniques to identify problems, investigate causes, and recommend solutions.
Provides phone and service support for local and off-site users.
Provides guidance and work leadership to less-experienced technicians.
Maintains current knowledge of relevant technologies as assigned
Participates in special projects as required.
Personnel will provide Full Spectrum Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) Level C Instruction and instructional support services at Fort Rucker, AL. The mission of the United States Army Full Spectrum SERE Level C Course is to ensure each student graduates with the confidence and appropriate proficiency level to employ SERE and individual Personnel Recovery (PR) tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) necessary to survive and return with honor regardless of the circumstances of isolation. This is a very demanding environment, with academic instruction, small group hands-on field training, practical application laboratory instruction, and operational performance exercise phases of training. The course length coupled with the OPTEMPO will require that multiple classes run simultaneously with some overlap, hours worked will depend on class scheduling and will encompass some Weekends and Holidays.
Evasion Instructors shall perform Evasion Movement training, Escapes training, Barriers to Evasion, Evasion FTX duties, and participate in debriefing of evasion training phase IAW SERE Level-C POI and U.S. Army SERE School SOP
The Instructor shall conduct classroom instruction, evasion training, and SERE technical training IAW all applicable documents, publications. Personnel shall be trained and proficient in all aspects of evasion tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs), and training methodologies (i.e., personal protection, building shelters and fires, preserving food and water, plant and wildlife, sanitation and hygiene practices, hide and hole-up site operations, incidental contact and personnel recovery tactics techniques and procedures). Personnel shall be proficient in the use of maps, compasses, and GPS, CSEL radio operations and have a working knowledge in the use of PR unique communications, signaling, and recovery devices. Contractor personnel shall be physically capable of operating in austere field conditions. The Instructor shall provide the Government training manager with recommendations for validating training, syllabi and instructor guides for academic and SERE operations training aids and presentations for instructors. The Instructor shall manage, train, and conduct instructor certification during on-post laboratory and field training operations. The Instructor shall track, maintain, and update training logs, student hand-outs, and note taking guides. Will as required serve as opposing force (OPFOR) for the duration of all Evasion Scenarios to include the Urban Evasion exercise.
Instructors shall function as the Officer in Charge (OIC)/ Range Safety Officer (RSO) and be physically capable to instruct and demonstrate SRM, urban and rural evasion movement principles, as well as barriers to evasion. Instructors shall be familiar with the basic fundamentals of shooting small caliber weapons (M9 pistol, M4 rifle and AK47 rifle) as well as the characteristics of these weapons to include loading, clearing and proper handling of malfunctions. The instructor shall as required be responsible for ammunition handling, loading of magazines, and distribution of ammunition during all range operations. Instructors shall be required to physically run with Students during the break contact range and successfully negotiate the barriers to evasion. Instructors shall be required to become familiar with Army Regulations, DA Pamphlets, SOPs, and risk mitigation as it pertains to their section.
Short Range Marksmanship (SRM)/Break Contact Range Instructor. Personnel shall be of adequate physical fitness to perform SRM Instruction (up to 20 lanes at a time), and accompany students on the live-fire Break Contact lanes (3 lanes at a time, 2 students per lane), every class cycle, regardless of temperature or weather.
Additional Duties: When instructors are not actively engaged in the implementation and/or execution of student training, the Contractor shall provide support for the following SERE course and administrative activities:
- Conduct the In-Service Training Program for military cadre and Contractor instructor staff.
- Assist with the development, maintenance, and implementation of new SERE training schedules.
- Research, design, develop, and recommend new SERE training doctrine relative to SERE Level-C Full Spectrum training requirements integration.
- In coordination with the SERE Course Manager, suggest modifications to SERE training curriculum to ensure currency and relevance to the Personnel Recovery, DOD, and JPRA SERE programs. Any changes or modification are subject to approval by the SERE Course Manager.
- Design, develop, and execute a continuous improvement process allowing for the improvement and implementation of internal and external logistical support requirements necessary to support the SERE training program, the U.S. Army SERE School, and Fort Rucker;
- Maintain SERE training facilities, and as required, SERE support facilities in clean and serviceable state; report facility issues to applicable government section personnel for submission of work orders, as appropriate.
- Perform supply and logistics maintenance and re-stock activities of required SERE issue items, training supplies, and necessary administrative support supplies and stocks.
- Support range operations by assisting with ammunition handling, loading, unloading, and clean-up.
Performs complex administrative and analytical tasks in support of a contract program.
- Performs a variety of complex administrative and analytical tasks in support of a contract program relating to International Agreements, Foreign Disclosure, Export Release Authorization and Technology Transfer in support of U.S. International Security Assistance programs, Cooperative Development programs and Technology Security policy.
- Develops plans, including budgets and schedules, and monitors tasks to meet contractual/project requirements for assigned program. Processes and manages Export Release Authorizations, assists in developing International Cooperative plans and programs; including developing inputs and assessing strategic plans; tracking the status of agreements; assessing and complying with existing technology security policy to include research and analysis of foreign disclosure and technology transfer initiatives, export licenses and associated issues and concerns.
- Establishes and defines program plan requirements and performs in-depth studies to determine optimum program plans.
- Monitors and reports performance against plans to ensure contractual, cost, and schedule objectives are met.
- Interact and team with a wide network of U.S. defense agency and defense industry product and service providers, program managers, policy makers and technical and regulatory agencies to ensure that all coordinated staff actions serve the policy purposes intended and maintain good relationships with international defense partners.
- May perform business development activities.
- May provide guidance and work leadership to less-experienced employees.
- Participates in special projects as required.
Performs complex administrative, Staffing management, and analytical tasks in support of a contract program. Organizational skills needed.
Provides current and emergent intelligence to include situational awareness, operational reporting, and intelligence sharing among IC and organizational stakeholders. The successful candidate will have prior experience as a Staff Operations Officer (SOO), and will apply those skills to plan, guide, and support collection activities with appropriate consideration of CI realities. He or she will work with other program members to maintain project documentation, plan activities and coordinate with partner organizations. The candidate will be part of a diverse team of technical and operational experts working to meet both strategic objectives and quick reaction changes to customer operations.
1. Ability to develop CONOPS and requirements
2. Ability and willingness to travel both domestically and internationally
3. Prior experience working with the customer as a SOO
4. Prior experience with technical operations preferred
GDIT is hiring an experienced Clinical Research Nurse to support the Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) in San Diego, California. “From the original tent dispensary established in 1914 to the modern facility of today, Naval Medical Center San Diego’s (NMCSD) mission has remained constant: provide the finest medical care in a family-centered environment to military service members, their families and those who served in the past”
Find out more about NMCSD HERE
The Clinical Research Nurse will:
- Conduct patient interviews, patient recruitment, enrollment, and verify patient eligibility for clinical investigative studies.
- Observe patients after administration of study medication for adverse events.
- Take and properly record vital signs, performing venipuncture and specimen collection and processing.
- Complete case report forms, maintain up-to-date research logs, schedule appointments, prepare patient recruitment letters, and various other study correspondence as required.
- Educate patients about clinical research protocols, study requirements and expectations.
- Adhere to legal, professional and ethical codes with respect to confidentiality and privacy.
- Collaborate with other members of the research team to ensure consistent practice in patient care management.
- Monitor on-site study sites to meet with, assist and consult with study investigators.
- Recruit and schedule all study site personnel as required.
- Ensure compliance with subject consenting and reporting of adverse events and side effects.
- Track the expenditures for all study-related activities, including supplies and equipment.
- Create study documents, including protocols and amendments thereof, consent forms, data collections forms.
- Provide inputs to final reports that document the research findings for human use protocols including, but not limited to those listed above.
Responsible for the design and development of voice, video, radio frequency, and/or data communications networks. The successful Network Engineer will have experience with core network infrastructure, distribution network infrastructure, network security, and business support networks for Service Provider level IT networks. He or she will participate in the design, development, testing and deployment of network and end-to-end telecommunications systems. The candidate will be part of a diverse team of technical and operational experts working to meet both quick reaction and strategic changes to customer IT objectives.
1. Ability to develop technical CONOPS and requirements
2. Thorogh understanding of TCP/IP
3. Knolwedge of cellular and mobile systems
4. Cyber experience with packet filtering and modification mechanisms
5. Practical experience with OpenVPN and IPSec tunneling
6. Familiarity with various network technologies including Virtual Private Networks (VPN), email systems, Video Teleconferencing (VTC) and VoIP
7. Strong debugging, troubleshooting, and performance tuning skills
8. Ability to follow good engineering and programming practices
9. Willingness and ability to support travel both domestically and internationally
**This position requires an active in-scope TS/SCI clearance and polygraph.**
The Administrative Assistant position will perform a variety of administrative duties providing mission support in one or more functions or business areas within the customer Directorates. The nature of Administrative Assistant work varies from transactional in nature and requires general knowledge of basic entry level administrative processes.
Maintain tracking records and filing systems; archive files.
- Identify records via electronic/hardcopy resources to be processed, locate records on shelves and move boxes/containers of records to/from each DCC process step.
- Prepare all document pages for scanning by removing bindings such as staples, rubber bands and paperclips.
- Separate pages from all types of bindings - 3-ring binders, GBC-type bindings, softcover, hardcover bindings, etc. Operate a paper cutter when necessary to remove bindings.
- Insert a variety of bar-coded separator and tracking sheets into each batch of records to distinguish documents and folders during the digitization process.
- Perform quality control reviews by comparing the digitized document images with the original source material to verify that all pages within the document were scanned accurately and completely. The review shall include a 100%verification of each scanned page image to ascertain image quality. Images which fail the review will be identified and marked for rescanning.
Maintain, update and serve as focal point for databases or spreadsheets.
- Record manually or via a barcode scanner pertinent data describing archived files received for processing, including but not limited to the date of receipt, number of physical items, name of receiver, process step and container barcode/tracking number.
- Perform document/folder metadata entry in IMSO electronic databases/hardcopy files which will support the archiving of files.
- Input job/box data to support the tracking of archived files while in the DCC workflow.
- Capture and record associated document-level metadata. Examples of document metadata include title/subject, publication date, document type, classification, etc. Personnel shall enter metadata into the project specific database for each document as required. The number of metadata elements required will vary according to record type.
This position may require standing for long periods of time.
Participates in special projects as required.
Required Skills/Experience: IT generalist, able to build / re-build workstations and laptops. Skilled with Windows Operating systems, Network Attached Storage (NAS) and/or server based systems; WiFi, application support to include installation/configuration/maintenance
Desired Skills/Experience: AR/VR; Artificial A.I., experience with technology proof of concept
Desired Certs: MCSE
Candidate will operate as a Systems Operations Specialist supporting a mission partner providing information technology expertise wit ha wide variety of technologies. Candidate should have broad skills in areas of Operating Systems (Windows, Linux); lower level networking (WiFi); application support to include installation, configuration, maintenance; mobile platforms to include general use knowledge, OS upgrades, app store, etc.; installation and maintenance of signal cabling; technology research and recommendations; Artificial A.I. knowledge / experience; assist with build out and support of Augmented Reality (AR) / Virtual Reality (VR) lab. Candidate should be technically curious, have well rounded IT skills and be capable of integrating with mission partner to advance mission related requirements
Manages the functionality and efficiency of a group of computers running on one or more operating systems
Required skills/experience: Perform counterintelligence, cyber security incident response and cyber/insider threat analysis for an IT enterprise; Working experience in a Cyber Security Operations Center; knowledge of the agency cable system and core databases; working knowledge of Splunk and Tanium and the ability to learn basic and due diligence queries to validate system alerts.
Desired skills/experience: shell scripting; MS SQL experience along with familiarity with Oracle 10g/11g and mySQL; Windows 7, 8, 10, 2008R2, 2012, 2012R2, 2016 and System Center; Linux, ESX and OSX, experience with Wireshark, Nessus, WebInspect and AppDetective; provide recommendations on architecture and design reviews, technical standards, security standards and operational assurance.
Candidate will support sponsors efforts with CI investigative activities, conduct network traffic analysis, support CI and security focused network architecture reviews, and assess data pertaining to network intrusions and/or cyber related attacks on agency equities. Candidate is part of the High Threat Analytics team and in this capacity, the candidate will analyze, investigate and provide in-depth synopses of Sponsor and various external customers projects and technical initiatives from all disciplines.
* Ability to provide in-depth holistic analysis by leveraging various data elements relating to security audit, computer logs, and physical security information.
* Demonstrated ability to use various COTS and custom platforms to correlate security statistics to proactively identify what is a baseline and what is anomalous activity. Investigate both major and minor anomalies to closure.
* Ability to identify collections gaps which hamper day-to-day analytic processing and document these shortfalls
* Strong performer with a demonstrated ability to multi-task along with strong technical writing
* Adeptness to work independently when required, self-starter, solve hard issues to include thinking outside the box, learn new tools, explore new data sets to garner a holistic understand of issues.
Performs all procedures necessary to ensure the safety of information systems assets and to protect systems from intentional or inadvertent access or destruction
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