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JHMCS/NVCD Technician 24-6197

Air Force or Army: E-4 to E-6

 
Length: 3 Years; Location: Crane, Indiana
Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center Activity: NSWC-Crane Division
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-4, E-5, E-6

Tour Description: Serves as a technical specialist performing evaluation, disassembly of units, repair and replace components, solder wires and connectors, reassembly of units, and complete final testing of electronic devices of complex nature in a narrow area of electronics engineering. Analyzes characteristics of electronic components relating to electronic systems. Work products affect larger electronic systems, subsystems, and equipment throughout the fleet. Assist in plans of approach to complex problems, exercising considerable judgment in making sound engineering compromises and decisions. Consults with other technicians, project engineers, middle management from within NSWCCD and contractors to exchange information, coordinate on projects and resolve complex engineering and administrative problems. Practical knowledge of a wide range of technical engineering methods, principles and practices in an area of specialization, such as electronic and electro-optics. Knowledge of, and skill in applying, basic principles, concepts, and practices sufficient to assist a senior technician in performing the test, evaluation, maintenance, and/or repair of electro-optical systems and/or subsystems. Ability to communicate effectively, both written and oral, with peers and management. Ability to verify item performance specifications with optical and electronic test and measurement devices using standardized repair processes, and assess the condition and status of complex electronic and/or optical systems. Test equipment used may be automatic, semi-automatic or manual. Equipment tested may hand-held equipment that contains image intensifier tubes, infra-red sensors, or visible spectrum sensors including weapons accessories. Tested equipment may also be electronic assemblies containing laser or other electro-optics sensors.

Qualifications:
  • Shall pass a Contrast Vision Test
  • Ability to read and understand electronic schematics
  • Ability to read and understand mechanical drawings
  • Working knowledge of basic Electronic Theory
  • Ability to troubleshoot electronics at the modular level
  • Working knowledge of basic Optical Theory (Focus, collimation, measurement methods)
  • Working knowledge of Oscilloscopes, Meters, and other similar test equipment
  • Shall be required to obtain a soldering certification (IPC J-STD-001 and IPC-7711/7721).
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Network Security Analyst 24-6120

Air Force or Army: E-5 to E-7

 
Length: 3 Years; Location: Crane, Indiana
Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center Activity: NSWC-Crane Division
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6, E-7

Tour Description:
Incumbent will be part of the Network Security team in the Cybersecurity Branch. Incumbent will test, implement, deploy, maintain and administer the network security infrastructure systems which are required to effectively manage NSWC Computer Network (CND) services. Incumbent will resolve Incident Request and Service Request assigned to the Network Security group in Service Manager. Incumbent will be responsible for configuration, deployment, and monitoring of Wireless Intrusion Detection System (WIDS) and Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS) for NSWC Crane's wireless networks. Incumbent will also be responsible for the Host Based Security System (HBSS) configurations and monitoring of logs. Incumbent will create reports showing metrics and trends. Provide support, analysis and report creation regarding inquires into inappropriate IS usage allegations. Manage and administer the updating of rules and signatures (e.g. IDS/IP, anti-virus, and content blacklists for specialized CND applications. Test and evaluate new CND applications, rules/ signatures, access control, and configurations of managed problems. Incumbent will be expected to prepare both formal and informal reports of audit findings and communicate via presentation to management Incumbent will be expected to promote awareness of security issues among management and ensures sound security principles are implemented to ensure protections of information. Work involves coordinating with other network security administrators to ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability of systems, networks, and information through the analysis, development, implementation, maintenance and enforcement of information systems security programs, policies, procedures, and tools to ensure the information systems are operated in accordance with security policies and practices and initiate protective or corrective measures as required.

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Qualifications: Incumbent will have knowledge and skills to support Cybersecurity solutions for NSWC Crane's Research and Development networks. Incumbent will assist in the creating, editing and managing changes to network access control lists on CND systems,(e.g. firewalls and other intrusion detection and HBSS systems). Incumbent will also assist in setting up an Enterprise Wireless Network. Incumbent will have knowledge and skills to support Cybersecurity solutions for NSWC Crane's Research and Development.
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Warrant Officer/Operations Officer 24-6091

Army: W-1 to W-5

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Crane, Indiana
Agency: Army Materiel Command Activity: NJMC-Crane Army Ammunition Activity
Service: Army Desired Grade: W-1, W-2, W-3, W-4, W-5

Tour Description:
Will serve as the technical leader for the integrity and compliance of data, data operations, services, and applications within the cloud, virtual, logical, or physical domains. Oversee data operations to ensure data are visible, accessible, understandable, linked, trustworthy, interoperable, and secure. Implement the Common Operating Environment across CAAA functions and operations. Enable access to the data fabric at tactical and enterprise echelons to support the holistic data ecosystem. Posture CAAA’s data to enable Development Security Operations (DevSecOps), Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning, and Software Development. Use knowledge of software development operations to integrate new capabilities into the enterprise and platforms rapidly. Supervise a team of three civilians including a Computer Scientist, ORS, and Industrial Specialist.

Qualifications: None listed
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Human Resources Specialist 24-6080

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

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Agency: Defense Finance and Accounting Service Activity: DFAS-IND-ZH-Human Resources
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-1, W-1, O-3

Tour Description:
The position is located in the DFAS Humans Resources (HR) Labor & Employee Relations Operations (LER Ops) Division. The LER Ops team provides DFAS supervisors and managers advisory services and products on a variety of employee relations, labor relations, performance management, telework, reasonable accommodation, and anti-harassment issues.

The HR Specialists will:
  • Provide direction, consultation, advice, and support to supervisors and managers on employee discipline, performance, and leave management issues.
  • Prepare informal and formal disciplinary documents for supervisors and managers to issue to employees addressing conduct and performance issues.
  • Advise on grievances and appeals, adverse actions, employee discipline, performance evaluation, sick leave, employee motivation/morale, and harassment and discrimination complaint issues.
  • Provide advisory services to supervisors and managers on reasonable accommodation regulations and procedures for assessing and providing employee accommodations.
  • Assist managers in analyzing reasonable accommodation requests to include assessing whether an employee meets the required criteria, identifying the essential duties of an employee's position, assist in identifying possible job modifications.
  • Prepare letters and decisions for supervisors and managers to issue to employees regarding their accommodation requests.
Qualifications: None listed
To apply, contact: SMSgt Tania 'TC' Cousineau - 317-270-2066
 
 

Emergency Management Specialist 24-6064

Air Force or Army: E-6 to E-9, O-1 to O-5

 
Length: 2 Years; Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Agency: Defense Finance and Accounting Service Activity: DFAS-IND-JBP-Client Systems
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7, E-8, E-9, O-1, O-2, O-3, O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
Prepare plans that outline operating procedures to be used in response to disasters or emergencies, such as uninhabitable structures, tornados, nuclear accidents, and terrorist attacks, and in recovery from these events.

Plans include:
  • Capture disaster preparedness functions, customers, and teams.
  • Identify, prioritize, and justify requirements to plan, program, and budget to develop, maintain, exercise, and validate the organization’s continuity capabilities. Maintain documentation of the organization’s COOP budget requests and funding status.
  • Develop, maintain, and initiate quick reaction checklists that support situations such as suspected or actual sabotage, nuclear incidents, natural disasters, aircraft accidents or incidents, evacuations, dispersal, and aerospace anomalies.
  • Prepare and submit operational readiness asset/equipment reports. Conduct realistic COOP tests, training, and exercises (TT&E) program; including communications and information technology (IT) systems to sustain MEF execution for a minimum of 30 days or until normal operations are resumed. Develop, coordinate, execute, and document COOP exercises, lessons learned, tracking, and resolution of corrective actions.
Qualifications: TS/SCI required Knowledge of continuity of operations or emergency management planning and guidance.

Enlisted
  • Experience developing emergency response plans, and/or conducting and/or evaluating emergency response related exercises.
  • Experience providing logistical, analytical or decision support on continuity of operations and/or emergency management.
Officer
  • Experience developing, implementing, and sustaining continuity and/or emergency management programs.
To apply, contact: SMSgt Tania 'TC' Cousineau - 317-270-2066
 
 

Administrative / Action Officer 24-6062

Air Force or Army: W-1 to W-2, O-1 to O-2

 
Length: 3 Years; Location: Crane, Indiana
Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center Activity: NSWC-Crane Division
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: W-1, W-2, O-1, O-2

Tour Description:
The incumbent serves as the Strategic Missions Systems Engineering Division (GXT), Action / Administrative Operations Officer. They supports the day-to-day activities of the division by providing administrative support and performing a variety of confidential and sensitive duties to ensure compliance with all DoD and Federal policies and procedures.
  • Carry out a myriad of routine and diverse duties, applying critical thinking to manage occasional ambiguous tasks.
  • Perform a range of administrative assignments, and resolve a variety of recurring and non-recurring problems.
  • Serve as the Primary Travel (DTS) liason assisting with establishing preparing travel authorizations, vouchers, and claims.
  • Support the Division Staff with development, dissemination, and tracking down of briefings and talking points for high level meetings with senior government officials, industry partners and mission stakeholders.
  • Prepare and/or coordinate recurring and other reports, and respond to senior management requests on routine actions/requests.
  • Assist with management of the Division calendars, by assessing circumstances, deconflicting meetings/events as delegated by the Division Manager.
  • Oversee management of all incoming/outgoing mail, telephone calls, and visits.
  • Manage all Office supply requests and orders, maintaining an updated account of inventory.
  • Coordinate with internal offices and external offices and Industry Partners, to coordinate visits, meetings, and events.
Qualifications: Experience supporting Commanders / Executive Officers or equivalent, tracking projects, planning (meetings, events, etc); Sharepoint, MSTeams, Power Aps and Power BI experience desired but not required.
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Military Police Supervisor/NCOIC 24-6043

Air Force or Army: E-7

 

Length: 1 Year; Location: Crane, Indiana
Agency: Army Materiel Command Activity: JMC-Crane Army Ammunition Activity
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-7

Tour Description:
Serves as the military police NCOIC for the Crane Army Ammunition Activity Protection division. Leads MP Soldiers in a variety of law and order, security, and police intelligence functions. Serves as CAAA military police subject matter expert and is the primary liaison between Navy security personnel and CAAA military police. Leads, trains, and evaluates military police and ensures the wellbeing of subordinates. Represents CAAA Security in intra-agency and interagency meetings.

Qualifications: None listed
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226

 
 

Military Police/Security Police 24-6040

Air Force or Army: E-3 to E-5

 

Length: 1 Year; Location: Crane, Indiana
Agency: Army Materiel Command Activity: JMC-Crane Army Ammunition Activity
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-3, E-4, E-5

Tour Description:
Serves as an Army military police or Air Force security forces in support of the Crane Army Ammunition Activity (CAAA) Protection Division. Performs guard duties to control access to the Naval Support Activity (NSA) Crane and CAAA assets. Performs vehicular, walking and bike patrols, and executes random antiterrorism measures (RAM). Serves as a watch stander in the Security Command Operation Center (COC) and command visitors’ center; monitors surveillance equipment; conducts physical security checks; and compiles associated reports and documentation. Required to qualify as a member of the NSA Guard Force. Incumbent is required to maintain a Secret Clearance. Non-commissioned officers may be assigned team members and are required to ensure effective leadership and supervision of their subordinates.

Qualifications: Army military police (31B) or Air Force security police (3P0XX). Applicants must have no permanent profiles and be eligible to carry a weapon in the performance of their duties.
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226

 
 

Military Pay Technician 24-6028

Army: E-5 to E-6

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Agency: Defense Finance and Accounting Service Activity: DFAS-IND-JFL-Military Pay Operations
Service: Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6

Tour Description:
Serves as a Technician or Leads the work of Technicians engaged in processing military pay entitlements, bonuses, leave, and other pay related actions for active duty and/or reservists. Typical duties may include reviewing pay authorization documents, determining entitlements, responding to pay inquiries, processing adjustment actions, and reviewing military pay actions.

Qualifications: Candidates should be proactive, resourceful, and a fast learner. Candidates should be customer-focused with competencies for arithmetic, flexibility, integrity/honesty, interpersonal skills, computer skills, mathematical reasoning, data interpretation, problem-solving, teamwork, and communication. Knowledge of pay operations, practices, laws, and policies. Candidates should be proactive, resourceful, and a fast learner. Candidates should be customer-focused with competencies for arithmetic, flexibility, integrity/honesty, interpersonal skills, computer skills, mathematical reasoning, data interpretation, problem-solving, teamwork, and communication. Knowledge of pay operations, practices, laws, and policies.
To apply, contact: SMSgt Tania 'TC' Cousineau - 317-270-2066
 
 

GXT IT Specialist 24-6021

Army: E-4 to E-6

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

Tour Description:
The Strategic Systems Engineering Division is seeking a highly qualified IT Specialist. The experience required is experience that demonstrates accomplishment of computer project assignments that required a range of knowledge of computer requirements and techniques. For example, assignments would show, on the basis of general design criteria provided, experience in developing modifications to parts of a system that required significant revisions in the logic or techniques used in the original development. Operating computer consoles where this involved choosing from among various procedures in responding to machine commands or unscheduled halts. Scheduling the sequence of programs to be processed by computers where alternatives had to be weighed with a view to production efficiency. Knowledge of DOD DRMO processes for IT equipment helpful but can be learned thru OJT.

Qualifications: College Degree pref. but not required. Experience with network & server management, workstation deployment and software license management are beneficial past experiences.
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Operations NCOIC 23-6483

Air Force or Army: E-4 to E-6

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Crane, Indiana
Agency: Army Materiel Command Activity: JMC-Crane Army Ammunition Activity
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-4, E-5, E-6

Tour Description:
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 and Deputy 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 (visits by General and Flag Officers, members of Congress and/or their staff, State and Local officials).

Qualifications: None listed
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Cyber Systems Administrator 23-6284

Air Force or Army: E-5 to E-6, O-2 to O-4

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Crane, Indiana
Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center Activity: NSWC-Crane Division
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6, O-2, O-3, O-4

Tour Description:
Cyber/system administrator background and knowledge of the procurement process.
Duties would include:
  • Assist the Project ISSO and ISSM with answering Security Control questions.
  • Work on ATO documentation with the Project ISSO and the Project ISSM.
  • Work with the contractor FTEs, the Project ISSO and the Project ISSM to make sure that the system components meets the ATO requirements for the system.
  • Work with SPCIO on the SSP Red connection plan for the system.
  • Attend and participate in meetings discussing the current and future ARCHER network plans.
  • Assist the GXT IT Department.
  • Be the RO (Responsible Officer) for the projects current and incoming licenses and equipment.
  • Keep track of project’s Inventory.
  • Purchasing RTA for the system. These duties include:
    • Research the items that need to be procured, and verify that the equipment meets the project’s needs.
    • Reach out to the vendors and work with the vendors to acquire quotes.
    • Submit quotes to GXT procurement folks for purchasing.
    • Work with the GXT procurement throughout the ITPR/SAP submission process.
    • Track any purchases that are made and work with the Project Analyst and the Task Lead to make sure that there is adequate funding
    • Track the arrival of purchases and pick up any purchases that the team receives from Shipping and Receiving in Building 3334.
    • Inventory each of the items the team receives.
Qualifications: CompTIA Security + Certification (CEU Version), IT related Bachelor Degree (preferred)
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

CPS Task Lead 23-6236

Air Force or Army: E-6 to E-7, W-1 to W-2, O-2 to O-3

 
Length: 3 Years; Location: Crane, Indiana
Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center Activity: NSWC-Crane Division
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7, W-1, W-2, O-2, O-3

Tour Description:
General duties include full spectrum life cycle management functions to provide safe, reliable and effective hardware and power systems to the Strategic Missions & Hypersonics Community. Provides design, development, test and evaluation, logistics management, and sustainment of mechanical, electrical, and power systems to enhance or sustain the overall performance of the weapons system throughout its life cycle.
  • Organizes work, sets priorities, and determines resource requirements; determines short- or long-term goals and strategies to achieve them; coordinates with other organizations or parts of the organization to accomplish goals; monitors progress and evaluates outcomes.
  • Determines objectives and strategies; coordinates with other parts of the organization to accomplish goals; monitors and evaluates the progress and outcomes of operational plans; anticipates potential threats or opportunities.
  • Identifies problems; determines accuracy and relevance of information; uses sound judgment to generate and evaluate alternatives, and to make recommendations.
  • Communication skills
  • Knowledge of the concepts, principles, and theories of engineering and their practical applications.
  • Knowledge of the principles, methods, or tools for developing, scheduling, coordinating, and managing projects and resources, including monitoring and inspecting costs, work, and contractor performance.
  • Knowledge of systems life cycle management concepts used to plan, develop, implement, operate, and maintain systems.
Qualifications: Secret Clearance. US Army - Life Cycle Management experience , US Air Force AFSC's (62SO Material Leader/Off) and 2S0X1 (Material Management/Enl).
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372