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Operations Officer BN S3 24-6209

Army: O-3 to O-4

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Concord, California
Agency: U.S. Transportation Command Activity: USTRANSCOM-SDDC-596th BDE 834th BN
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-4

Tour Description: Serves as a Battalion S3 Operations Officer for a 834th Trans Battalion; overall responsibilities includes the following:
  • Establishes procedures to ensure a systematic coordination of effort and an exchange of information among staff sections, Directors, Activity leadership, higher headquarters leadership, external agencies, customers and potential customers.
  • Responsible to the Commander in strategic planning and synchronizing operations to provide command visibility across the organization and nesting all operations within higher headquarters guidance while supervising all current/future operations areas to include long term planning, command directives, program and product management, calendar synchronization, internal/external task completion, oral/written presentations/reports, visitor escort missions
  • Tracks all Command-level significant events and actions from the planning stages to the After Action Report (AAR).
  • Oversees the coordination of scheduling of events, exhibitions, demonstrations, business meetings and conferences involving customers, potential customers, or dignitaries external to the organization.
Qualifications: SECRET level security clearance required.
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Action Officer 24-6204

Air Force or Army: E-7

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: San Diego, California
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - Western Region (FOW)
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-7

Tour Description:
The incumbent of this position will serve as an Action Officer for the Western Region Field Operations Directorate (FO) directly supporting the operational goals of the Regional Director (RD) through coordination and collaboration of FO activities. The incumbent will make recommendations to the Regional Director and senior DCSA staff on methods to support and improve mission execution and integration in the field, implementation of the Field Operations Support, and enhancements to enabling support service delivery. The individual selected will develop, plan, and coordinate projects that support the RD with oversight of field operations activities within the Western Region and will liaise with other internal/external DCSA stakeholders as applicable. Projects may focus on administrative operations in areas that include, but are not limited to, budget requirements; Human Resources and staffing; logistical support for field personnel; utilization of office space and equipment; IT equipment and software needs identification; or continuity of operations planning. The Action Officer will develop and/or maintain tracking systems to provide real time status updates for assigned projects. At the direction of the RD, the incumbent will develop, issue, and track tasks to the appropriate regional stakeholders; soliciting responses; and consolidating the information from those sources into coherent, timely, and relevant deliverables. The Action Officer will identify and promote procedures and systems to achieve operational efficiencies and will advise and make recommendations to the RD on the potential impact of substantial changes or deficiencies in the execution of Western Region operational programs, priorities, and objectives.

Qualifications: The candidate should possess excellent oral and written communication skills; exceptional interpersonal and collaboration skills; and the ability to multi-task, prioritize and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment. The incumbent should be familiar with qualitative and quantitative analysis; logically prioritizing multiple simultaneous tasks; scheduling follow-up actions; and coordinating and interfacing with higher level staff.

Applications must provide the following documents:
  • Military Bio
  • Professional Resume
  • Last three evaluations
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Facilities Specialist 24-6166

Air Force or Army: E-3 to E-6

 
Length: 1 Year Location: Corona, California
Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center Activity: NSWC-Corona Division
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-3, E-4, E-5, E-6

Tour Description:
Support facility management service operations, to include self-help minor projects, zone inspections, and event support. Maintain facilities, equipment, vehicles, safety compliance, environmental/health programs, security, watch standing, emergency preparedness, and administrative functions. Provide production project support, to include work with base projects, contractor crane safety support, construction project support, providing contractor escorts and servicing other construction work requests as needed to execute Public Works requirements. Liaison with contractors regarding base operations support. Use Maximo/Archibus to intake and track work. Interested in both Army and Air Force candidates and all relevant facilities management, infrastructure maintenance, engineering tech, and related MOS/AFSCs. 2 x positions available (1 x E3/E4; 1 x E5/E6)

Qualifications: Experience with general construction to include electrical, mechanical, HVAC, plumbing, Safety, OSHA and Environmental compliance, and fall protection. NAVFAC/USACE knowledge and experience a plus. Forklift certification/experience, Arc Flash Electrical Safety, NFPA 70E, CPR certification also a plus.
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Engineering Technician/Facilities Management Specialist 24-6165

Air Force or Army: E-7 to E-8

 
Length: 1 Year Location: Corona, California
Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center Activity: NSWC-Corona Division
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-7, E-8

Tour Description:
Leads facility management service operations, to include management of facility programs, Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (SRM) projects, and zone inspections. Manage and update facility policies, administrative and technical aspects of the RDTE department facilities, equipment, and vehicles to ensure operational readiness, compliance with safety and health programs, security, and emergency preparedness. Responsible for self-help project development, design review, and coordination with NAVFAC and construction managers through project completion. Coordinate and validate scopes of work and cost estimates, plan execution of facilities projects, develop Maintenance Action Plans (MAP) and coordinate execution, coordinate all client facilities requirements and execution. Provide production project support to include work with base projects, contractor crane safety oversight, construction projects oversight, and provides contractor escorts and other construction work requests as needed to execute public works operations. Liaison with contractors on base operations support. Use Maximo to intake and track work. Interested in both Army and Air Force candidates and all relevant facilities management, infrastructure maintenance, engineering tech, and related MOS/AFSCs.

Qualifications: Experience with general construction to include electrical, mechanical, HVAC, plumbing, Safety, OSHA and Environmental compliance, fall protection, government procurement processes, Contracting Officers Representative (COR). Knowledge of Public Works Operations and maintenance/project tracking software such as Maximo/Archibus is a plus. NAVFAC/USACE knowledge and experience a plus. Also looking for forklift certification/experience, Arc Flash Electrical Safety, NFPA 70E, CPR certification(s).
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Deputy Branch Chief 24-6155

Army: E-4 to E-6

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Sacramento, California
Agency: Corps of Engineers Activity: USACE - Sacramento District (SPK)
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-3, O-4

Tour Description:
Serves as Assistant to the Branch Chief, responsible for assisting in all phases of the day-to-day management of the Branch and personally performing specific activities/assignments as directed. Serves as Acting Branch Chief during absence of supervisor. The Branch is responsible for design services, technical sufficiency, planning, and accomplishment of District needs in support of the Civil Works, Levee Safety, Dam Safety, Military, HTRW, and other programs that the district supports. Area of responsibility encompasses, but is not limited to, analysis and design, modeling, periodic inspections, development of technical reports, design memoranda, and plans and specifications for construction materials, soils, foundations, embankments, dams, levees, concrete paving, and geologic functions for such diverse features as dams, levees, channels, structures, roads, and HTRW investigations and remediation. Plans, organizes, coordinates, schedules and reviews the work of the Branch; conducts and participates in a variety of formal conferences and periodic staff meetings; and, personally performs complex and critical assignments.

The mission of the Branch includes, but is not limited to, work in support of the District's Civil Works, Military, HTRW, and other programs, which includes, but not limited to, dams (including hydropower), levees, utility relocations, flood control and navigation channels, levees, revetments, roads, bridges, and utility systems (gas, water, sanitary, and storm drainage) to a wide variety of military facilities. Participates actively in administering the Branch. As delegated by the Branch Chief, exercises administrative and technical supervision through subordinate supervisors over approximately 50-80 professional, technical, and administrative employees.

Qualifications: Professional Engineer, Preference Post-Command CPT
To apply, contact: MSgt Leanna Rudibaugh - 571-562-0291
 
 

Command Judge Advocate 24-6072

Army: O-3 to O-5

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Sierra Army Depot, California
Agency: Army Materiel Command Activity: TACOM-Sierra Army Depot
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-3, O-3, O-5

Tour Description:
The Command Judge Advocate (JAG) for the Sierra Army Depot, under the direction and supervision of SIAD Chief Counsel. The individual shall perform duties related to issues arising on Sierra Army Depot, and other duties as assigned. As the senior uniformed legal advisor to the Depot commander, the JAG provides legal support within areas of military justice, and other areas such as operational and administrative law arising on the Depot. The individual will provide counsel, advice and guidance to the SIAD Commander, the command group and Depot organizations on a variety of operational and administrative law issues such as investigations, contract and fiscal law, environmental law, employment and labor law and other areas. The individual will represent the Depot before administrative tribunals in the personnel and contract areas, and assist with litigation support. The individual will also provide training across the Depot on a variety of issues. There is a close and cooperative working relationship between the SIAD Legal Office and the TACOM Legal Office . The individual will also be responsible to prosecute matters in magistrate's court and support the SIAD Police Department with resolution of violations issues. The individual may also serve as a liaison between federal, local and inter-service agencies and organizations as required. The individual will also serve as an ethics counselor and may provide assistance with the execution of the OGE 450 program.

Qualifications: Individual must be a licensed attorney and in good standing, in accordance with Army requirements. Further, the individual should also possess, or at a minimum, be eligible for a secret clearance.
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Security Guard 23-6076

Army: E-4 to E-6

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Concord, California
Agency: US Transportation Command Activity: USTRANSCOM-SDDC-596th BDE 834th BN
Service: Army Desired Grade: E-4, E-6

Tour Description:
SM will perform fixed post security operations located within the interior of MOTCO installations or at perimeter gates. Controls access to sensitive/restricted areas where there is potential for breach of security, public safety or public health. Check and validate credentials for authorized entry into the installation. Provide security over-watch at control points to ensure safety/security of all MOTCO customers and employees. Perform inspections on outgoing personnel and their packages and vehicles at various gates and checkpoints to detect and/or detain those who attempt to steal government property. Provides specialized pedestrian and traffic control services in connection with ceremonies, parades, emergency situations, and similar events to include directing traffic. Provide effective communications and superior customer service to all personnel within the installation. Be responsible for utilizing a variety of technology based systems and must have sufficient working knowledge of Microsoft based products.

Qualifications: SECRET level security clearance required
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372