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Develops, modifies, applies, and maintains quality standards and protocols for processing materials into partially finished or finished product. Develops, modifies, applies, and maintains quality standards and protocol for processing materials into finished product. Devises and implements methods and procedures for inspecting, testing, and evaluating the precision and accuracy of products and production equipment. Conducts quality assurance tests; and performs statistical analysis to assess the cost of and determine the responsibility for, products or materials that do not meet required standards and specifications. Conducts internal and external audits and performs necessary corrective/preventive actions. Work will include but not be limited to on-site, off-site, launch-site / range, and on-orbit operations support for reviews, audits, and inspections of procedures, hardware, and integration testing activities. Interpersonal relationship building and customer interfacing skills are desired.
Responsible for developing innovative concepts of operations and capability plans, and for translating them into detailed written and graphical descriptions used to develop and support tactical, operational and strategic surface and undersea warfare analysis. Responsible for conducting military effectiveness analysis of alternative capabilities to inform the development of formal requirements and program plans across the spectrum of science and technology (S&T), research and development (R&D), and program acquisition. Support and eventually take a leading role in the development and employment of modeling and simulation analysis tools and in briefing analysis results to top-level government decision makers. Opportunities for international travel.
Supports operational and technical assessments of technology and operational concept developments/demonstrations, and capability fielding in the following areas:• Persistent ISR / Battlespace Awareness• Command and Control / Net-Centric• Force Protection• Logistics• Autonomous Systems• Irregular WarfareResponsible for analysis and evaluation of the effectiveness of capability/technology demonstration programs, its program management, and execution effectiveness. Support evaluation of the efficacy of technological and programmatic approaches to technology development in the above mentioned functional areas. Such support will include conducting research on relevant technology developments in the DOD and private sector to understand the state of the art and identifying subject matter experts for Oversight Executives to consult. Assist proposal teams in preparing and submitting documentation that addresses technology maturation approaches, capability deliverable definition, and transition strategies. Assist teams in establishing project plans that represent low financial execution risk, yet adherence to DOD Comptroller obligation and disbarment rate benchmarks.
Key functions and responsibilities include:- Lead development of custom-built software applications and mathematical models- Help define analytic methodologies used to set expectations for new and evolving military capabilities, and assist with trade-space studies to evaluate such capabilities- Work with stakeholders and subject matter experts to contextualize systems and concepts of operations for modeling and analysis- Execute analysis and document findings in reports and briefs - Present findings to senior SPA leadership and international clients - Stay knowledgeable of best practices, and work with others to identify areas of improvement within the group and throughout SPA
The Technical Recruiter will review job orders and employment applications to match applicants with job requirements and they must understand their assigned functional area's hiring needs, position specifications, and parameters of search requirements. They will search for candidates using various sources such as databases, internet recruiting resources, networking, job fairs, media advertisements, recruiting firms and employee referrals. In addition, they shall select job applicants, confirm their qualifications and refer them to hiring managers, making recommendations when appropriate. Part of this recruiting position will be to interview job applicants to obtain information on their work history, job skills, training and education, and inform them of the position’s duties and responsibilities, compensation, benefits and working conditions. Serving as the liaison between candidates, hiring managers and human resources staff is important in this role as well.
Facility Project Management, Oversight and Engineering Support - Provide on-site project management support at NOTU Headquarters.- Project management and oversight for facility construction projects as assigned. This includes coordinating project design, defining project scope of work, reviewing government and contractor estimates, defining project length and completion date, and coordinating project funding with Facilities Program Analyst. Provide quality assurance during project implementation, and ensure proper closeout of paperwork at project completion. - Provides oversight in the performance of trash, custodial, grounds maintenance and refuse efforts. Works closely with Air Force Civil Engineering (AF CE), base contractor, and Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM) contractors. - Interface and liaison with Air Force, Navy, and DOD contractors on repair projects. - Conduct tours and zone inspections of facility buildings. Facility Maintenance - Manages Facilities Trouble Call desk for facility maintenance and repair of all Navy assigned buildings on the Eastern Range (ER). This includes submittal of work requests to base maintenance contractor and coordinating work with Air Force Civil Engineering. Position works closely with Facilities Program Analyst to monitor and track associated Job Order Numbers (JON). Maintains status of work in progress and provides completion data. Logs and tracks reported deficiencies through completion. Ensures compliance with internal and external direction regarding maintenance of critical Strategic Weapons System (SWS) processing facilities. - Works with AF CE and Base Maintenance contractor in the establishment and implementation of a preventative maintenance program to maintain and control the quality of facilities and services for all Navy-assigned buildings on the ER. - Participates in and records results of periodic facilities inspections by internal and external teams. Coordinates reports and maintains inspection records. - Works closely with the Facility Branch's unfunded project list database compiling inputs from division engineers, resident contractors and command divisions and branches. - Utilize MAXIMO project database to status and track maintenance to completion. - Understand HVAC and Mechanical systems, repair, and maintenance.
The successful Fleet Liaison Engineer will analyze the impact of Undersea Warfare (USW) advancements on Fleet operations and identify operational gaps which may be addressed by advancements in USW systems. Key Responsibilities:- Communicate with senior Fleet personnel to identify gaps in existing capabilities, requirements for new systems, and tactical employment of new and existing USW systems.- Facilitate trade studies of Fleet requirements related to ASW capabilities.- Analyze operational results.
Successful candidates will support all phases of the requirements generation process, including analysis of alternatives (AoA), and production of studies and supporting documents associated with the Department of Homeland Security’s Joint Requirements and Integration Management System (JRIMS). Responsibilities include: 1) Performing studies and analysis of component requirements and capabilities in one or more mission areas, 2) Drafting capability related documents -- including mission analysis reports (MAR), capability analysis study plans (CASP), capability analysis reports (CAR), non-material change request (NMCR), mission needs statement (MNS), concept of operations (CONOPS), operational requirements documents (ORD), urgent operational need (UON) and operations policy development (OPD), 3) Working with Analysis and Requirements Officers, Government program managers, and subject matter experts to gather information on requirements and capabilities, 4) Perform qualitative and quantitative analysis comparing existing and proposed capabilities with requirement across all component missions, and 5) Develop process flows, governance structures, and assist in codifying requirements process improvements.
Everybody’s view of data science is a little different, and we are no exception. At Veracity, we view data science as a way of understanding “how the world works.” We make assumptions and models then use data of all sorts to validate or disprove them. Our customers ask tough questions about managing their multifaceted enterprises; we build and operate complex models and simulations to provide the answers that best address the decisions they face. We don’t expect you to come in with all of the subject matter expertise needed to completely understand the data analysis or to create models with the fidelity we require. We do expect you to get there quickly, though. We look for traits such as how you solve problems when you’re stuck. Do you look for creative ways to apply different techniques from tangential disciplines? Do you crack open a book and teach yourself how to do something new? Do you collaborate with your colleagues? If you take initiatives like these, you would fit in well with our team of analysts. We would love to tell you that we spend all our time developing elaborateSave algorithms for regression, survival, kernel weighting, etc., but honestly, we spend a lot of time wrangling data. This includes combing data from disparate data systems, manipulating formats, and cleaning—all of which are required to make the modeling happen. For this critical work we need someone who is precise, efficient, and tenacious. **This position is a pipline position and not able to hire now. We are collecting applications for future opportunities.
SPA’s Strategic Systems Analysis Group seeks a passionate DevOps Engineer to maintain the group’s Atlassian Based Software Development Environment, and support development of software based analytical models and simulations. Responsibilities:- Maintain a small deployment Atlassian Software Development Environment (Crowd, Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket and Bamboo servers)- Develop custom workflows in Jira- Develop Continuous Integration pipelines in conjunction with lead model and simulation developers/analysts- Curate group’s repository of software libraries/applications and associated documentation- Train and support developers/analysts to use Atlassian Environment- Support development of group’s analytical models and simulations
SPA is seeking experienced Business Intelligence Analysts to support the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (DASD) for Industrial Policy. - The candidates will support DASD Industrial Policy in the identification, analysis, and tracking of foreign investments in the Defense Industrial Base (DIB), along with working with the Non-Notify Working Group and DASD analyts to identify foreign investment risk not yet mitigated.- The candidate will help track foreign investment risk and, when said risk exceeds pre-determined thresholds, delivery recommendations to the government client on how to best address that risk.- The candidates shall also develop and maintain standard procedures for identifying, analyzing, and tracking foreign investment in the DIB.
Responsible for leading a small team of analysts in providing decision support analysis for senior decision makers. Developing innovative concepts of operations and capability plans. Translating plans into detailed written and graphical descriptions used to develop and support tactical, operational and strategic surface and undersea warfare analysis. Conducting military effectiveness analysis of alternative capabilities to inform the development of formal requirements and program plans across the spectrum of science and technology (S&T), research and development (R&D), and program acquisition. Development and employment of modeling and simulation analysis tools. Opportunities for international travel.
Provide analytical and strategic communications support to HQDA and perform work on various National Security topics in support to U.S. Army customers. Responsible for leading and participating in analytical studies, developing or reviewing papers that analyze or recommend positions on issues, drafting and presenting briefing materials, and developing other materials to support policy implementation and strategic communications. Provide consistent thought leadership to junior analysts in support of customer on a wide range of topics concerning Army strategy and policy. Must be able to quickly digest and interpret large amounts of information. Anticipate and respond to customer needs by proactively identifying problem areas or opportunities and presenting solutions and plans.