Supporting the Space Warfighting Analysis Center’s (SWAC) Force Design Integration Office (FDIO) in Colorado Springs, CO, with anticipated travel in support of the SWAC’s priorities to create the Chief of Space Operations Force Design, the Force Design Data Transportation SME will identify the integrated suite of capabilities to fulfill the United States Space Force (USSF) imperatives to preserve the United States’ freedom of action in space; enable joint force lethality and effectiveness; and provide independent options in, from, and to space.
As the Force Design Data Transportation SME will support USSF decisions for resourcing, policy development, and operational planning, the Data Transport SME will accomplish the following actions:
- Coordinate Force Design recommendations and translate them into system level performance parameters and assist with documenting and advocating for recommended requirements through validation processes for the Service, Joint Forces, and acquisition organizations.
- Assist in sufficiency and effectiveness requirements reviews of integrated families-of-systems in order to identify gaps and interdependencies between the systems
- Develop the USSF’s integrated Blue Order of Battle for data transport (includes C2, frequency, data management, etc expertise), understand the technical aspects & joint interrelationships of it
- Integrate the SWAC’s Centers of Excellence designs with the data transport layer to create overarching Force Design products at multiple classification levels.
- Support innovative ways to leverage new technologies, latest technical trends and commercial best practices to employ space capabilities in support of the joint warfighting community
- Recommend, document, and maintain SWAC-derived recommended requirements
- Act as SWAC’s primary interface with CSRO and SSC to articulate SWAC-recommended requirements for data transportation
- Recommend investment priorities and inform S&T investment activities
- Capture and recommend force design dependencies and opportunities (commercial, civil, joint, intelligence community, international and other government organizations)
- Capture enterprise-level requirements
- Ensures requirements of the force design fulfill joint requirements and warfighting scenarios
- Interface with Service and Joint Staff and USSF Field Commands on behalf of SWAC
- Create and communicate the Chief of Space Operations’ strategic-level Force Design
- Support or lead high-visibility efforts
- Responsible for running all aspects of the force design conference, from coordination, to creating products, as well as the execution (nominally 2-3 per year)
- Salary range from 175k-195k (negotiable)
The United States Coast Guard (USCG) Aviation Logistics Center (ALC), as an Engineering and Logistics Directorate member organization under the Deputy Commandant for Mission Support, requires program management support to implement the USCG’s Contracting and Procurement (C&P) Transformation.
The USCG C&P community includes almost 1,000 civilian and military professionals and executes an average annual spend of $4 billion through approximately 26,000 procurement actions and 300,000 micro-purchases. These transactions help deliver and sustain assets, systems, services, and capabilities that power a world-class Coast Guard organization.
The C&P Transformation presents a tremendous opportunity to innovate, advance/leverage partnerships with industry, revisit policies and processes to maximize the capabilities of USCG’s new financial management system, improve C&P customer service, and identify new ways to organize, invest in, and retain a highly skilled C&P workforce while attracting the best talent from other agencies, private organizations, and higher-level learning institutions.
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
Working under the oversight of the Director and Executive Steering Committee, C&P Transformation, the Contracting & Procurement SME will coordinate and execute C&P initiatives that improve and modernize governance and functional alignment, process and policy, data readiness and workforce development and optimization within each of the six (6) Chief of Contracting (COCO) Office areas of responsibility. In this capacity, the C&P SME is expected to support the following strategic objectives:
- Plan, organize, direct, and control SFLC, SILC, and DOL support for the Contracting and Procurement Modernization Task Force.
- Provide expert guidance for multiple program and project tasks and serve as the POC and liaison for all technical issues between SFLC, SILC and DOL staffs with the Task Force.
- Responsible for the management of multiple concurrent project tasks, provide expert direction and guidance to subordinates, develop schedules, formulate work plans, manage, and control project funds and resources, and serve as a point of contact with the CORs.
- Provide logistics support to include (1) knowledge of agency program planning, funding, and management information systems, (2) broad knowledge of the organization and functions of Contracting and Procurement activities involved in lifecycle logistical support, and (3) the ability to coordinate and evaluate the efforts of functional specialists to identify specific requirements and to develop and adjust plans and schedules for the actions needed to meet each requirement on time.
- Serve as the liaison to the Government for all program-wide task order technical issues, task order performance, and issue resolution.
- Provide oversight and executive level management for all the contractor engagements under this task order. Represent the contractor at all task order level post award meetings.
- Develop and sustain Project Management tools that can be made available to all ALC personnel, or any other personnel as directed by the Government.
- Project Management tools are to include basic instruction on setting up:
- Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
- Gantt charts in appropriate software platforms.
- Perform Earned Value Management System (EVMS) functions, as directed, from industrial timekeeping to management of an EVMS software package.
- Monitor processes and assist with the transformation of the ALC to meet many of the characteristics of American National Standards Institute (ANSI) 748 standards, such as developing and managing WBS, Organizational Breakdown Structure (OBS), setting up control account plans, defining work packages and milestones, and conducting Integrated Baseline Reviews (IBR).
Manage the relationships and interface of budgeting, cost and general accounting, Activity Based Costing, Maintenance Production, Planning and Control methods and standards, and reporting systems
The Network Analyst II will work in a Customs & Border Protection’s (CBP) Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract, which provides mission-critical communications, internet connectivity, and network services that support the law enforcement agency’s systems and facilities across the United States and overseas. Resources will be required to travel both CONUS and OCONUS deploying to CBP Field Sites for onsite support as needed.
Location/Travel: Remote support but requires travelling both CONUS and OCONUS deploying to CBP Field Sites for onsite support as needed.
Working on a team consisting of Network Architects & Engineers supporting the CBP network, the Network Analyst must have the ability to:
- Support, monitor, test and troubleshoot issues related to routing and switching infrastructure.
- Troubleshoot routing and switching issues at the CCNA level
- Handle network performance and security issues as reactive and proactive work
- Daily administration of the network environment
- Monitor network performance, troubleshoots issues and deploys solutions
- Implement upgrades and installs new equipment
- Inform management in a clear, concise, and timely manner of any customer or technical issues
- Be responsible for creating reports for measuring network utilization, performing traffic analysis, monitoring response times, and performing capacity and trend analysis.
- Take initiative and maintain confidentiality
- Multi-task in a fast-paced team-oriented environment.
The Mid-Level Network Engineer will work in a Customs & Border Protection’s (CBP) Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract, which provides mission-critical communications, internet connectivity, and network services that support the law enforcement agency’s systems and facilities across the United States and overseas. Resources will be required to travel both CONUS and OCONUS deploying to CBP Field Sites for onsite support as needed.
Location/Travel: Remote support but requires travelling both CONUS and OCONUS deploying to CBP Field Sites for onsite support as needed.
Position Roles and Responsibilities:
- Interface with customers to collect and clarify requirements
- Manage network communications testing, installation, and support for the MAN/WAN system
- Mentor and provide guidance to other networking team members
- Identify and diagnose problems affecting network performance using software and hardware tools
- Provide recommendations to enhance and improve network performance
- Troubleshoot network infrastructure systems as needed
- Perform system engineering design, integration, and implementation tasks and activities, including coordination of personnel, hardware, software, budget, facilities, and/or equipment
- Interface with vendors, when necessary, during outages or periods of degraded system performance
- Evaluate, design, document, install, implement, test, perform problem isolation and resolution, monitor, tune, and set standards.
- Provides client consulting and training on the interfacing and use of the network facilities.
- Researches, evaluates, and recommends new computer network equipment and technologies.
- Utilizes monitoring, performance analysis, network management, software and hardware equipment to trouble shoot and isolate problems, gauge network performance, and trace data and protocol activity.
- Provides internal consulting, technical guidance, information and support to application developers, computer operations, company management and departmental clients. Assists in internal training programs.
- Must be able to work with minimal supervision and possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Provide for Tier IV escalation support of CBP’s Enterprise-Wide Area Network Infrastructure
- Configure Cisco network routers, switches, and wireless controllers for LAN/WAN connectivity
- Develop network designs and comprehensive site analysis
- Cisco Firewall design and configuration
- Root Cause Analysis support
- Troubleshoot, diagnose, investigate, and resolve issues with network connectivity and latency
- Troubleshoot multiple MPLS networks in a highly secure environment
As the Enterprise Architect, you will create enterprise-level strategic business and technology solutions and work with technical specialists to devise and define strategic solutions for our partners mission critical enterprise systems. The Enterprise Architect uses their in-depth knowledge of business applications, applications development methodologies, database principles and techniques, and hardware/software operating systems to collaborate across the partners enterprise at all levels to align the long-term technology and applications strategy with our government partner's long-term IT strategies.
As the Service Desk Manager, candidate with Provide first contact and incident resolution to customers with hardware, software, and application problems. Includes both customer telephone support as well as electronically submitted requests. The Service Desk Manger will perform systems administration of desktop systems connected to local and wide area networks. Provide desktop system management/maintenance responsibilities involving account monitoring, account creation, security, Operating System (OS) installation, and other local area system administration related functions.
The IT Operations Manager is to plan, organize, and manage geographically based technical staff and the lead execution of daily IT operations for the IT Enterprise and ensure it is able to provide stable and available systems/services delivered by the organization’s IT workforce.
The Knowledge Manager (KM) Lead will support the Knowledge Management goals to ensure the right information is delivered to the right person, at the right place, at the right time. They will develop processes and procedures for organizing, distilling, storing, and presenting information in ways that improve data comprehension and decision making.
The Cyber Security Lead will manage day-to-day cyber operations for A&A, ISSE, and ISSO personnel. They will manage IT Security Program involving services to include security architecture design, security solution engineering, network forensics, penetration testing, threat detection and incident response, threat assessments and intelligence, identity control and access management, authority to operate, ISSO support, security operations and vulnerability management.
As the Security Operations Center (SOC), you will provide oversight for the Security Operations Center, providing real-time, continuous cybersecurity monitoring and triage, uninterrupted event detection, incident analysis, coordination and response, situational awareness, and cybersecurity countermeasure implementation capabilities for maintaining a secure cybersecurity and information assurance posture.
Sev1Tech is seeking a Technical METOC Subject Matter Expert to join our team in Stennis, Mississippi.
Sev1Tech is seeking a Technical METOC Subject Matter Expert to join our team in Stennis, MS.
Sev1Tech is looking for an experienced Senior Project Manager to join our team. The critical role must be knowledgeable and experienced in project and program management. The Senior Project Manager physically interfaces daily with the Executive Project Manager and is responsible for the overall cost, schedule and performance.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Serves as the assistant to the Program Manager as the Government’s point of contact.
- Performs all Program Manager’s duties as required.
- Provides technical supervision and guidance for all Contractor personnel assigned to the specific theaters of responsibility.
- Plans, coordinates, and directs administrative activities, program control, and technical personnel involved in providing services in fulfillment of the contract.
- Responsible for the overall management of specific project task ensuring that the technical solutions and schedules are implemented in a timely manner.
- Oversees all contractual responsibilities and delivery of all contract deliverables.
- Provides oversight of large, multi-functional project teams, in an information technology environment across multiple regions overseas.
- Leads and manages projected team tasks and work flow, enforces procedures, creates and tracks budget, coordinating technical or data processing support for clients overseas.
- Leads team on large projects or significant segment of large complex projects.
- Translate customer requirements into formal agreements and plans to culminate in customer acceptance of results, or have acceptance in the targeted market, while meeting business objectives.
- Works with client to identify business requirements and develops the proposal.
- Subsequently leads a team in the initiating, planning, controlling, executing, and closing tasks of a project or segment of a project to produce the solution deliverable.
- Execute a wide range of process activities beginning with the request for proposal through development, test and final delivery.
- Formulates partnerships between customer, suppliers and staff. Anticipates potential project related problems.
- Utilizes refined techniques for identifying, eliminating or mitigating solution, project, and business risk.
- Understands customer, industry and business trends and applies this understanding to meet project objectives.
- As appropriate, challenges the validity of given procedures and processes with a view toward enhancement or improvement.
- Analyzes information and situations and implement actions, independently and or through the management team to ensure project objectives are met.
- Analyzes new and complex project related problems and creates innovative solutions involving finance, scheduling, technology, methodology, tools, and solution components.
Must be able to work out of the Stennis office at a minimum of two (2) days a week.
Sev1Tech is seeking a SeniorSystems Analystwith strong systems, software, cloud, and Agile experience to support multiple programs to provide development, operations, maintenance, architecting, as well as requirements definition. .
Additional responsibilities for this position include:
- Formulate and define system scope and objectives.
• Prepare detailed specifications for programs.
• Design, code, test, debug and document programs.
• Work at the highest technical level of all phases of applications, systems analysis and programming activities including the installation of enhancements, security features, and analytical tools.
• Provide guidance and training to less experienced analysts/programmers.
Sev1Tech is seeking an Application Developer / Architect with strong systems, software, cloud, and Agile experience to support multiple programs to provide development, operations, maintenance, architecting and requirements validation.
In this hands-on position, you will work collaboratively to architect, design, build, deliver, and enhance highly technical, systems. You will exercise your judgment in determining and recommending the best designs based on customer business objectives, timelines and other resource constraints. You will participate in and/or direct major deliverables of projects through all aspects of the software development lifecycle including scope and work estimation, architecture and design, coding and unit testing.
- Support all aspects of software development (designing, coding, testing, debugging, and maintaining products).
- Interface with software developers, analysts, and other project team members to deliver features that enhance system capabilities and facilitate customer missions.
Provide systems engineering support to Special Projects for the PEO IEW&S System or Systems Engineering (SoSE) team.
These Special Projects traditionally apply across PD/PM offices or are ordered directly by the PEO and may include:
- PEO portfolio training and professional development (i.e. monthly Engineering Huddles)
- Technical expertise to PEO-wide contracts (i.e. authoring PWSs, developing requirements, creating IGCEs, etc.)
- Subject matter expertise to challenged programs with regular program status updates to the PEO
- Additional systems engineering oversight to PMs as needed or directed by the PEO, such as, reliability program oversight
- Technical expertise to PEO public affairs artifacts (i.e. conference briefs, articles, interview talking points, etc.)
Serve as a subject matter expert on Cybersecurity/Information Assurance activities based upon a comprehensive knowledge of the principles, policies such as DoD Instruction 8500.01, DoD Instruction 8510.01, AR 25-1 and AR 25-2, pertinent laws, regulatory requirements and procedures applicable to each PEO IEW&S program management office, PEO IEW&S HQ staff, and other external organizations.
Provide acquisition program management and analysis for the planning and execution of PEO IEW&S programs at different acquisition category levels and in all phases of a program life cycle through understanding of and adherence to DoDI 5000.02, acquisition streamlining initiatives, and analysis of performance indicating metrics.
The Contractor shall:
- Provide acquisition advice and recommendations based upon a comprehensive knowledge of the principles, policies, pertinent laws, regulatory requirements and procedures applicable to each program.
- Review and provide guidance for updates of program documentation, supporting the acquisition process to include: documents required by law, regulation, directive and/or policy such as the U.S. Code Title 10 DoDD 5000.01, DoDI 5000.02 and AR 70-1.
- Coordinate, identify, prepare, review, and track approval of program documentation such as Acquisition Strategy Reports, Acquisition Program Baselines (APB), and Acquisition Decision Memorandums (ADM), for Milestone Decision Reviews (MDRs) or in support of other required decisions or reviews with internal HQ staff (i.e. budget, engineering, logistics, and contracts planning).
- Partner with PEO IEW&S in the execution of various Army and Department of Defense efficiency, cost saving, and continuous process improvement initiatives such as Better Buying Power 3.0 (or latest adaptation) efforts: Will/Should Cost initiatives, Lean Six Sigma projects, Value Engineering initiatives, Business Process Reengineering efforts and other Continuous Process Improvement-related initiatives.
- Provide strategic programmatic integration expertise for the formulation and execution of Program Objective Memorandum (POM) Reviews and Weapon System Reviews (WSR).
- Review and analyze program progress and fund utilization reports to identify areas wherein the programs are not progressing or proceeding as planned (e.g., cost and schedule performance as well as overall program execution efficiencies).
- Review Acquisition Requirements Packages (ARPs).
- Work with PEO IEW&S in reviewing and modifying the PEO’s policies, guidance, and procedures in program management, acquisition, cost, and efficiencies to address applicability and relevance of requirements implemented by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition Logistics & Technology) (ASA(ALT)).
- Support knowledge management efforts within PEO IEW&S by creating, sharing using, and managing the PEO’s knowledge. Specifically, ensure the identification, documentation, mapping and understanding of the practices, methods and processes of the PEO; ensure the identification, handling, accumulation, assessment and sharing of lessons learned; ensure the identification, documentation, collection and sharing of SME/”greybeard” knowledge and information.
- Prepare and/or review of miscellaneous reports provided to senior level management.
- Work with Program/Product managers and the Department of Army Systems Coordinators to ensure programs have acquisition strategies, baselines and other required documentation to meet Milestone Decision Authority requirements to provide products and services to the Warfighter in an affordable, timely manner.
- Ensure that PEO IEW&S’s inquiries/directives are carried out to include periodic reviews, cost/schedule/performance monitoring and lessons learned.
The General Engineer shall independently develop, implement, and document systems engineering, integration, and readiness processes and procedures for organizational systems and similar Program-Wide responsibilities, including, but not limited to:
Participate and assist in the coordination of the systems engineering integrated product team and other technical forums at the PEO and subordinate agency level.
Maintain the evolving AMCS architecture and coordinate with program, project and product management offices to assess the efficacy of the engineering and integration processes.
Review, advise, prepare and provide comments documents including: Logistics Support Analyses plans, technical documentation, reliability and maintainability document, MANPRINT, training manuals, provisioning documents, and database management systems.
Assist in the preparation and delivery of Army Transformation documents, Unit Set Fielding (USF), SBCTs, and follow-on digitized forces.
The Intermediate Facilities Manager serves as facilities coordinator with responsibility for coordinating, and implementing the organizations facilities program to include modification, maintenance and repair. Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
- Conducts investigations and studies of the effectiveness of facilities support efforts.
- Coordinates with facility engineers, and safety personnel to assure that proper industrial safeguards are effected in accordance with established safety standards.
- Coordinates maintenance and repair of assigned facilities.
- Reviews work requests for modification, maintenance, and repair of assigned facilities for feasibility, adequacy, and assurance of compliance with regulations.
- Inspects work to ensure proper accomplishment that installation of equipment is in accordance with specifications and meets functional needs.
- Consults with engineering and operating personnel for resolution of unusual or problem cases.