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- Coordinates closely with Quality Supervisor to provide timely quality assurance planning and support.
- Prepares detailed test & inspection plans from NAVSEA Standard Items and technical drawings.
- Researches and validates technical requirements, and prepares related technical documentation.
- Reads and interprets blueprints and technical drawings to identify inspection requirements for work packages and test & inspection plans.
- Assembles Quality Assurance Work books with required certifications, instructions, and forms.
- Maintains current knowledge of relevant quality assurance standards and procedures as assigned.
- Participates in special projects as required.
Maintain audit-ready documentation for all transactions made through procurement, transfers, or property turn-ins. Assist in preparation and generation of annual/weekly reports. Resolve discrepancies and conduct full inventories of respective equipment. Review manifest, routing slips and other documentation to ensure materials correctly addresses. Responsible for safely moving material. Have ability to upload/download trucks by hand or by using material handling equipment. Must be detail orientated and the ability to interact with customers base to set up drop off appointments and work with them face to face.
Core hours: 0600-1800. Evening and weekend hours may be required. DL Class B Passenger Endorsement Minimum of two years driving experience. Must have "P" Passenger endorsement. Must have clean driving record. Must have familiarity with wheelchair lifts in vehicles and/or willing to learn.
Sailor 2025 is a program focused on three core pillars – Personnel System Modernization; Ready, Relevant Learning (RRL); and Career Readiness. The second pillar, Ready, Relevant Learning (RRL) deals primarily with doing away with the old way of brick and mortar schoolhouses, or industrial age training, and replacing the curriculum with career-long learning continuums where training is delivered by modern methods to enable faster learning, better knowledge retention, and delivery at the right time and in the right way for our Sailors. This job opportunity’s objective is the creation and delivery of products in support of the Sailor 2025 (S2025) Ready Relevant Learning (RRL) Content Conversion Wave 1 effort.
- Designs, builds, deploys, and maintains multimedia courseware on a variety of computer platforms as well as tablets and other approved mobile devices.
- Uses a variety of authoring systems or web technologies to implement storyboard training content for presentation to trainees to include development of native and web-based apps for mobile devices.
- Designs and develops user-interface features, site animation, and special-effects elements.
- Provides technical direction for incorporation of multimedia elements within training applications.
- Uses a variety of graphics software applications, techniques, and tools to produce video for efficient playback on various platform requirements.
- Maintains current knowledge of relevant technologies as assigned.
- Work location, Chesapeake VA, company location.
Senior Systems Engineer AdvisorTS/SCI ClearanceRAF Molesworth, UK
Check out this great opportunity to join one of GDIT’s fastest long-standing growing programs! US Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation System eXtended (US BICES-X) is a cutting-edge program supporting DoD intelligence information sharing on current and emerging global threats to mission and coalition partners and emerging nations. With an internationally dispersed team supporting each combatant command, the US BICES-X team is in direct support of the war fighter and their missions. We are seeking a creative and driven professional with a passion for solving real world issues on a cross-functional, fast paced team.
Designs and defines system architecture for new or existing IT systems.1. Performs expert-level systems development and design work that may include: project development cost projections; IT architecture analysis and design; IT systems engineering.2. Performs systems modeling; simulation; and analysis.3. Acts as a subject-matter expert to multiple tasks and/or projects/programs.4. Reviews completion and implementation of system additions and/or enhancements and makes recommendations to management and/or clients.5. Plans and directs upgrades of operating systems and designs systems enhancements.6. Identifies; analyzes; and resolves system problems.7. Determines system specifications; input/output processes; and working parameters for hardware/software compatibility.8. Serves as a technical team or task lead.9. Provides guidance and work leadership to less-experienced systems engineers and may have supervisory responsibility.10. Serves as liaison with clients; participating in meetings to ensure client needs are met.11. May provide expertise to multiple projects and tasks.12. Maintains current knowledge of relevant technology as assigned.13. Participates in special projects or working groups as required.
This position supports United States Army Corps of Engineers; Metering Data Management Service (MDMS). The MDMS provides managers at all levels within the Army the ability to analyze and track energy performance of buildings according to their area of responsibility. Examples include individual facility operations, multiple facilities associated with a certain organization, installation or mission; facilities constructed using a common standard design/energy savings technology; or all facilities served by a centrally managed program. Meter data combined with and other relevant (contextual) information offers a powerful tool for prioritizing facilities for action, motivating conservation behavior, justifying energy project investment and validating energy project effectiveness.
The Senior ISSE is responsible for the design, development, implementation, and/or integration of a DOD IA architecture, system, or system component for use within CE (computing environment), NE (network environment), and/or enclave environments.
- Performs complex systems development and design work that may include logic design, I/O design, firmware development, model formulation, manufacturing and development cost projections, computer architecture analysis and design, and analog or digital systems engineering.
- Performs systems modeling, simulation, and analysis.
- Reviews completion and implementation of system additions and/or enhancements and makes recommendations to management and/or clients.
- Plans and directs upgrades of operating systems and designs systems enhancements.
- Develops documentation on new or existing systems.
- Develops and directs tests to ensure systems meet documented user requirements.
- Identifies, analyzes, and resolves system problems.
- Provides system/equipment/specialized training and technical guidance.
- Determines system specifications, input/output processes, and working parameters for hardware/software compatibility.
- Provides guidance and work leadership to less-experienced systems engineers and may have supervisory responsibilities.
- Serves as liaison with clients, participating in meetings to ensure client needs are met.
- Maintains current knowledge of relevant technology as assigned.
- Participates in special projects as required.
The Site Manager is responsible for the successful execution of the PWS requirements for the Site, including but not limited to, accountability and maintenance of assigned equipment, providing quality customized training to units and individuals, and meeting requirements of Medical Readiness Training Command (MRTC) Commander's vision.
The Site Manager ensures contract staff personnel at the site meet or exceed: ensuring DEPMEDS and associated individual and collective training is accomplished IAW USARC, MRTC, and AMEDDC&S guidelines; ensuring property accountability at all times, conducting inventories as required by MRTC; enforcing a Physical Security plan that protects Government furnished equipment, facilities, and supplies; coordinating training with Unit Commanders to ensure the unit receives the training necessary to meet unit objectives; ensuring all information management and administrative functions are performed effectively; providing executive level training for senior leaders, officers and NCOs to familiarize them with the equipment and capabilities at RTS-MED. Continually communicates with the PMO and the Government SD on the status of various functional areas, ensuring that any potential issues are identified in advance and risk mitigation principles are instituted.
- Manages and is responsible for the successful completion of all tasks in assigned program area including technical work, individual and collective training, maintenance, and budget act
- Supervises assigned technical and administrative staff, including subordinate supervisors, and performs personnel actions including hiring and performance evaluation. Communicates policies, purposes and goals of the organization.
- Directs program activities to meet customer and organization work objectives and serves as a liaison with clients to coordinate activities, negotiate tasks, and solve problems.Interfaces with the Site Director and staff on a regular basis.
- Ensures property accountability at all times, conducts inventories as required by the PBO IAW Army regulations and SOPs. Ensures timely and proper reconciliation of discrepancies found during inventories between the PBO and sub-hand receipt holders.
- Maintains consolidated records of maintenance and training. Provides required program reports, CDRLs, and other deliverables as specified in the PWS.
- Develops, reviews, and approves plans, schedules, consulting agreements and other program documents.
- Assures quality of program products, services, and deliverables, including participating in reviews, audits, and site visits.
- Coordinates and monitors subcontractor activities and administers subcontractor deliverables and finances.
- Performs site financial management services, including financial analysis, budget and cost quote preparation, cost management, reconciliation, and profit enhancement. Uses project management tools to produce schedules, monitor workloads and resources.
- Ensures compliance with relevant corporate and government policies and standards.
- Adheres to ethical, behavioral and professional standards at all times, and insists all employees do the same.
- Monitors working conditions and safety of employees and customers.
- Prepares and provides various reports and technical reviews to superiors as requested.
- Participates in special projects as required.
- This paragraph prescribes the standard operating procedures, timelines, and responsibilities for the development and documentation of any Army contractor assigned to the G-38 as Force Management (FM and Force Generation (FG) activities within the 1st TSC area of responsibility (AOR). This contractor position provides information to the FM/FG officer, but is under the guidance of the forward G-3 OIC with whom the contractor coordinates with daily. The 1st TSC OCP G-3 FCP contractor’s responsibilities are effective upon contract award and supersede the previous responsibilities/ tasks. These responsibilities are explained in more detail in the latest USCENTCOM rules and 1st TSC Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), and include the following:
- Ensure the 1st TSC G3 is current on all FM/FG issues, especially issues involving deploying and redeploying units. Coordinate with ARCENT G-38 Force Management Division (FMD), 1st TSC Main Command Post (MCP), Expeditionary Sustainment Command (ESC) staff, and subordinate unit G_3s to ensure all headquarters are synchronized and coordinated on force management actions pertaining to 1st TSC’s mission.
- Manage Actual Arrival Date (AAD) memorandums: Receive the completed AAD memos from subordinate units. Post AAD memorandums to Force Requirements Enhanced Database (FRED) for arriving units. File the AAD memo in the proper storage facility.
- Manage unit cross walk: Update 1st TSC Cross-Walk based upon units’ Latest Arrival Dates (LAD), Boots on the Ground (BOG), and AADs. Cross walk must be updated in conjunction with the Secretary of Defense Orders book (SDOB) or when deemed necessary by the FM OIC.
- Manage Ribbon Chart: Update 1st TSC Ribbon chart based upon units LADs and BOGs at least annually or when necessary as directed by the FM OIC.
- Closely monitor BOG dates and LAD or Available to Load Dates (ALD) and potential busts of BOG or shifts to LADs and ALDs and report them immediately to G-3.
- Prepare/review Force Tracking Number (FTN) changes, prepare/review Request for Forces (RFF) and End of Mission (EOM) packets that will affect the command.
- Serve as advisor to the G-3 sections for the employment of component and supporting forces within the CENTCOM AOR. Brief future operational plans for deploying units and concepts as required ensuring the G-3 sections have the information required to draft recommendations and make decisions.
- Monitor current operations for potential conflicts requiring FM actions or resolution, and advise the G-3 sections of plans for future FM actions.
- Manage the Force Flow of assigned and projected requirements for units deploying in and out of the CENTCOM AOR.
- Maintain positive control on all RFF and Change Request (CR) packets submitted by subordinate units ensuring they meet unit standards and staffed in a timely manner.
- Ensure subordinate units are kept informed of all pertinent Force Management and Development issues to include the status of submitted packets, Ribbon Charts, and Task Organization updates.
- Coordinate with subordinate Force Planners, assisting and guiding them as required.
- Review the Force Tracking Cross-Walk with subordinate units on a regular basis to ensure a common operating picture.
- Receive, review, staff, record, send and track the following in a timely manner: Mission
- Essential Equipment List (MEEL) packets and equipment requests for all subordinate units,
- Theater equipping the force rollups to ARCENT G-3, Operational Need Statement/Equipment Sourcing Document (ONS/ESD) and weapon requests through Equipment Common Operating Picture (ECOP).
- Coordinate, ICW ARCENT G38/FM section, with Coalition Forces Land Component Command (CFLCC) G-3 to ensure the latest operational changes are sent to subordinate commands.
- Attend all Equipping the Force Board (ETFB) meetings and report the outcome to the G-5/ G-3.
- Must be proficient with and maintain an active Force Requirements Enhanced Database (FREDS), Joint Capabilities Requirement Manager (JCRM), Mobilization and Deployment Information System (MDIS) and Equipment Common Operating Picture (ECOP). Must have a working knowledge of FMS Web and MS Office (with specific emphasis on Excel and PowerPoint).
**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.
General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), a leading provider of systems engineering, integration, IT service operations and support solutions, is seeking talented professionals to deliver valuable services and solutions to our customers. GDIT has a great team consisting of experienced and knowledgeable managers who lead and support the career development objectives of our employees. Our employees consider the company to be a solid partner in their career, with an abundance of opportunities for advancement.
A Logistics Analyst position on the Catalog / Customer Service Team assists with fielding customer inquiries and the daily management of State's catalog of approved technical security equipment. General tasks include:
- Logging, researching and resolving customer inquiries
- Logging, researching and resolving customer survey responses
- Assist with the daily management of the catalog, gathering updated product details, researching product discrepancies, processing end of life alerts
- Assist with adding new products to the State catalog
- Tracking and coordinating high profile customer orders and projects, as needed.
We are GDIT. The people supporting and securing some of the most complex government, defense and intelligence projects across the country. We ensure today is safe and tomorrow is smarter. Our work has meaning and impact on the world around us, but also on us, and that’s important. GDIT is your place. You make it your own by embracing autonomy, seizing opportunity, and being trusted to deliver your best every day.
We think. We act. We deliver. There is no challenge we can’t turn into opportunity. Our work depends on a Program Manager joining our team to support The Department of Defense (DoD) High Performance Computing Modernization Program (HPCMP) Productivity Enhancement and Training (PET) initiative.
PET enhances the capability and productivity of the HPCMP community through training, collaboration, tool and software development, technology transfer, and outreach
At GDIT, people are our differentiator. As Program Manager you will be trusted to support our HPC PET contract located in Huntsville, AL; Dayton, OH; Aberdeen, MD or Vicksburg, MS.
In this role a typical day will include:
- Supporting the Program Director with performance tracking and metric reporting
- Escalating performance gaps and participates in corrective action/resolution process
- Providing timely, accurate financial reporting and invoicing
- Meeting metrics, tasks, and deliverables
- Managing employees’ engaged in information system solutions and technical support in one or more functional areas
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