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Financial Management Analyst 24-6233

Army: O-4 to O5

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Washington, D.C.; Fort Meade, Maryland; Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - Financial Systems and Data
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
  • Detailed, intensive knowledge and understanding of financial methods, practices, procedures, regulations, precedent decisions, and policies of the organization, and the agency.
  • Knowledge and skill in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to issues or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of program operations. - Knowledge of the major issues, program goals and objectives, work processes and administrative operations of the organization.
  • Knowledge of the organization missions, functions, applicable regulations, and their relationship to other Federal activities and private industry to determine the impact of financial transactions on internal and external operations.
  • Knowledge of automated resource management systems design practices and limitations to develop an automated subsystem or revise and existing system in conjunction with computer programmers and software specialists.
  • Knowledge of the operations and maintenance of financial systems.
  • Experience with the coordination of system enhancements and new capabilities; resolution of system malfunctions.
  • Knowledge of G-Invoicing, inter-agency agreements, and experience developing process, policy, and technical solutions for G-Invoicing implementations.
  • Knowledge of program and/or project management principles and processes.
Qualifications:
The incumbent must have the following skills:
  • adapting analytical techniques and evaluations criteria to the measurement and improvement or program effectiveness and/or organization productivity.
  • written and oral communication sufficient to prepare reports and guidance and to provide briefings on controversial or complex topics.
Applications must provide the following documents:
  • Military Bio
  • Professional Resume
  • Last three evaluations
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Financial Analyst 24-6232

Army: O-4 to O5

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Washington, D.C.; Fort Meade, Maryland; Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - Financial Operations Division
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
  • Detailed, intensive knowledge and understanding of financial methods, practices, procedures, regulations, precedent decisions, and policies of the organization, and the agency.
  • Knowledge and skill necessary to study and analyze financial data during a given period of time and compare findings with previous reports/data to determine variances, trends, etc. and make necessary corrections.
  • Knowledge of the agency financial management process in order to assure that requirements, guidelines, and financial objectives of assigned funds are met.
  • Ability to gather, assemble, analyze and prepare strategy for presenting, explaining, and documenting the financial execution of a program and justifying variances to management officials
  • Knowledge and skill in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to issues or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of program operations
  • Knowledge of the major issues, program goals and objectives, work processes and administrative operations of the organization
  • Knowledge and intensive understanding of professional financial management principles, theories, techniques, and procedures to perform professional analytical work for operational programs or systems and to analyze and advise managers on accounting and financial matters
  • Knowledge of the organization missions, functions, applicable regulations, and their relationship to other Federal activities and private industry to determine the impact of financial transactions on internal and external operations
  • Knowledge of automated resource management systems design practices and limitations to develop an automated subsystem or revise and existing system in conjunction with computer programmers and software specialists.
  • Ability to collaborate with internal and external stakeholders and customers to improve operational or financial data processing
  • Experience importing, exporting, organizing, and evaluating large data sets
Qualifications:
  • Experience ensuring accurate billing, invoicing, or financial transactions are maintained
  • Advanced knowledge and skill with Microsoft Excel or similar data processing capabilities Civilian experience will be considered for the position.
Applications must provide the following documents:
  • Military Bio
  • Professional Resume
  • Last three evaluations
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Budget/Financial Analyst 24-6231

Army: O-4 to O5

 
  • Detailed, intensive knowledge and understanding of financial methods, practices, procedures, regulations, precedent decisions, and policies of the organization, and the agency.
  • Knowledge and skill necessary to study and analyze financial data during a given period of time and compare findings with previous reports/data to determine variances, trends, etc. and make necessary corrections.
  • Knowledge of the agency financial management process in order to assure that requirements, guidelines, and financial objectives of assigned funds are met.
  • Ability to gather, assemble, analyze and prepare strategy for presenting, explaining, and documenting the financial execution of a program and justifying variances to management officials.
  • Knowledge and understanding of generally accepted accounting principles, processes and practices in order to develop, implement, and advise on organization policies and controls for the obligation and expenditure of funds.
  • Knowledge and skill in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to issues or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of program operations.
  • Knowledge of the major issues, program goals and objectives, work processes and administrative operations of the organization.
  • Knowledge and intensive understanding of professional financial management principles, theories, techniques, and procedures to perform professional analytical work for operational programs or systems and to analyze and advise managers on accounting and financial matters.
  • Knowledge of the organization missions, functions, applicable regulations, and their relationship to other Federal activities and private industry to determine the impact of financial transactions on internal and external operations.
  • Knowledge of automated resource management systems design practices and limitations to develop an automated subsystem or revise and existing system in conjunction with computer programmers and software specialists.
Qualifications: The incumbent must have the following skills:
  • adapting analytical techniques and evaluation criteria to the measurement and improvement of program effectiveness and/or organizational productivity.
  • gathering, assembling, consolidating, and analyzing financial data and drawing conclusions.
  • written and oral communication sufficient to prepare reports and guidance and to provide briefings on controversial or complex topics. Civilian experience will be considered for the position.
Applications must provide the following documents:
  • Military Bio
  • Professional Resume
  • Last three evaluations
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Current Operations NCO 24-6215

Air Force or Army: E-7

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Activity: DLA - ASOC
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-7

Tour Description: Serves as the Current Operations (CuOps) Branch C2 point of contact responsible for assisting the CuOps Branch Chief with synchronizing daily operations in support of Contingency Logistics Operations efforts. Facilitates information flow between J/D Codes, MSCs and RCs as required. Coordinates all actions as directed by the Current Operations Branch Chief. Reviews products and deliverables prior to providing to elements outside the ASOC. Analyzes, processes, and acts on information contained within the C2 systems. Supports with briefing set up, both virtual and on site, to ensure print outs (if appropriate) and/or briefing platforms are fully A/V operational. Actions applicable and appropriate administrative tasks in support of active military and reserve manning. Monitors and operates voice and electronic communication systems, as required, to include NIPR and SIPR Battle Captain email accounts.

Qualifications: Minimum SECRET clearance required. Intermediate Level / Working Knowledge skill set of Microsoft Office products. Service Branch immaterial.
To apply, contact: SFC Lee Melvin - 317-626-3980
 
 

Battle Captain 24-6214

Air Force or Army: O-4

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Activity: DLA - ASOC
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: O-4

Tour Description: Serves as the Current Operations (CuOps) Branch C2 point of contact responsible for assisting the CuOps Branch Chief with synchronizing daily operations in support of Contingency Logistics Operations efforts. Facilitates information flow between J/D Codes, MSCs and RCs as required. Coordinates all actions as directed by the Current Operations Branch Chief. Reviews products and deliverables prior to providing to elements outside the ASOC. Analyzes, processes, and acts on information contained within the C2 systems. Prepares briefings, as required, to provide leadership situational awareness. Supports with briefing set up, both virtual and on site, to ensure print outs (if appropriate) and/or briefing platforms are fully A/V operational. Monitors and operates voice and electronic communication systems, as required, to include NIPR and SIPR Battle Captain email accounts.

Qualifications: Minimum SECRET clearance required. Intermediate Level / Working Knowledge skill set of Microsoft Office products. Service Branch immaterial..
To apply, contact: SFC Lee Melvin - 317-626-3980
 
 

Future Operations Planner 24-6184

Air Force or Army: O-4

 
Length: 1 Year Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Activity: DLA - ASOC
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: O-4

Tour Description:
Responsible for the development and management of plans and orders, based on consolidated inputs, responses to requests for information, and integrated adaptive planning inputs for operations in support of the joint environment. Frequently engages with the OSD, Joint Staff, CCMDs, Military Service Components, federal agencies, NGOs, DLA MSCs, and other external support agencies on developing logistics support strategies for Warfighter operations. Ensures timely analysis, development and publishment of joint plans, instructions, directives, orders and policies. Prepares and provides executive level briefings and reports. Performs other duties, as assigned.

Qualifications:
Candidate must have: Secret Clearance. Candidate preferred to have: TS/SCI and Orders writing experience.
To apply, contact: SFC Lee Melvin - 317-626-3980
 
 

Radiation Safety Program Manager 24-6159

Army: O-3 to O-5

 
Length: 2 Years; Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Activity: DLA - DCS
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-3, O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
Serves as the consultant and technical authority as the Radiation Safety Program Manager (RSPM) and Senior Health Physicist Consultant (SHPC) for DLA leadership. Provide program management, planning, organizing, directing, evaluating, and consulting on the Radiological Hygiene, Radiation Health Protection Programs and Radiation Safety Programs for the Defense Logistics Agency HQ and its field commands. Under general administrative direction, with wide latitude for independent judgment, serves as the senior technical authority for DLA on all radiological protection and health physics issues, develops agency-wide and inter-service policies, programs, strategies, and goals. Prevention of unexpected costs from fines, exposure damage claims, etc. to DLA operations being halted due to an NRC agreement violations. Support DLA field activities identified for realignment or closure in accordance with NRC NUREG-1575, Multi-Agency Radiation Survey and Site Investigation Manual (MARSSIM). Serves as needed as a CBRNE Vulnerability Assessment Team member to conduct risk analysis, determine shortfalls and critical vulnerabilities for DLA installations and facilities. Provide health physics technical advice and support to the DLA Safety and Occupational Health Managers and the DLA Radiation Safety Officers. Work to ensure CBRNE force health protection issues are considered and included in the SOH program and that medical surveillance and preparedness is conducted at DLA installations. Duties can be expanded to provide consultations to DLA operations and strategic planning, as well as Industrial Hygiene and Force Health Protection effort support.

Qualifications: Applicant must have an Active Secret Clearance and RSO experience.
To apply, contact: SFC Lee Melvin - 317-626-3980
 
 

Capital Planning and Investment Control Officer 24-6141

Air Force or Army: E-7 to E-9, W-1 to W-4

 

Length: 1 Year Location: Stafford, Virginia; Quantico, Virginia; Fort Meade, Maryland
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - OCIO
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-7, E-8, E-9, W-1, W-2

Tour Description:
Lead the Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) effort on behalf of the Chief Information Officer (CIO). Defense Counterintelligence Agency (DCSA). CPIC is a decision-making process for ensuring that information technology (IT) investments support the agency's mission and business needs. The CPIC process integrates strategic planning, architecture, security, budgeting, procurement, and the management of Information Technology (IT). The Office of the CIO (OCIO) and the Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) are partnering to stand up a new governance board, CPIC and Resource Authority Board (CRAB), which will consist of the GG15/action officer level. This board will combine the OCIO's need to establish CPIC and OCFO's need to review and validate resource requirements. Telework 2 days per week: Office 3 days per week.

Qualifications: Applicants must provide the following documents: Military biography, professional resume, last three evaluations.
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226

 
 

Supervisory Contracting Officer/Specialist 24-6125

Army: E-6 to E-8, O-3 to O-4

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Norfolk, Virginia
Agency: Corps of Engineers Activity: USACE - Norfolk District (NAO)
Service: Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7, E-8, O-3, O-4

Tour Description:
Chief leading a team of 5 contract specialists. Oversees surveillance of contracts and contracting actions for a variety of services to include architect and engineer contracts, supplies and construction contracts. Responsible for a variety of post-award construction and service contracts to include innovative equipment, systems, design, and services of significant importance to the Agency. Analyzes the requirements of contract law, Federal, Defense and Army Acquisition Regulations, and other procedural and regulatory guidance to ensure contract awards are in compliance. Performs personnel and position management functions such as evaluating performance, interviewing candidates, and making selections for vacancies, determining training needs, and biennial position reviews. Serves as a Contracting Officer with unlimited monetary authority to contract for supplies, services, and construction on behalf of the United States. Perform pre-award contracting functions which require the use firm fixed-price contract types to procure construction, architect-engineer, and service projects.

Qualifications: Candidate must possess or be able to obtain a Contracting Officer's Warrant upon assignment. (up to $100M). Experience in executing Construction, Architect-Engineer, Services and Supplies contracts. Experience in USACE Contracting or Civil Works is preferred but not required.
To apply, contact: MSgt Leanna Rudibaugh - 317-361-7738
 
 

Deputy Chief of Mission Resilience 24-6084

Air Force or Army: O-5

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: O-5

Tour Description:
Assists the Chief of Mission Resilience with developing and implementing policy, plans, and programs to prevent, mitigate, respond to or lessen the impact of these all hazards and threats using risk management principles. Collaborates with the Field Operations Directorate, the Agency Operations Center, and other DCSA elements to further develop and integrate preparedness programs. Provides oversight of the Continuity, AT/FP, Mission Assurance, and Emergency Management programs. Analyzes Federal and DoD policies and directives related to DCSA missions and operations and implements DCSA policies and plans to ensure compliance. Plans and executes a variety of studies and analyses of mission-oriented programs and operations to assess operational effectiveness and to identify areas in need of improvement related to the mission assurance programs. Supports the completion, implementation, training, testing, and exercises for Mission Resilience plans and policies. Prepares, supports, and assists in conduct of the Mission Resilience related working groups.

Qualifications: Mission Assurance, Emergency Management, Continuity, Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Public Affairs Specialist (Mass Communications) 24-6082

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

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-4, E-5, E-6

Tour Description:
Specialty with capturing quality still imagery in uncontrolled environments such as support mission operations, training, public affairs initiatives, and other contingency DCSA front office operations. Require to complete post-production tasks and transmit imagery within established agency time constraints. Require to have fundamentals of English and journalism for news and narrative stories, captions, and/or scripts for use in both internal and external communication products. Require mid-to-high level photography skills and fundamentals, including optics, light and color theory, composition, exposure and lighting, studio photography, and use a digital sign-lens reflex camera to capture both still and motion imagery of both controlled and uncontrolled action for historical documentation and in support of DCSA themes and messages. Knowledge and experience of DoD Instructions for public affairs/visual information internal and external communications, media and community engagement, and preparing information for public release in accordance with Department of Defense directives.

MUST haves:
  • Excellent photography skills and products
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • In-depth knowledge and execution with VI records management (VIRINs, captioning, & accessions)
  • Present portfolio and demonstration reel of their work.

Qualifications: TS/SCI required, and applicant must possess AFSC skill level 3N056/3N076 or MOS 46S to qualify.
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Contracting Specialist 24-6081

Air Force or Army: E-6 to E-7

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Stafford, Virginia; Quantico, Virginia; Fort Meade, Maryland
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7

Tour Description:
TELEWORK Develop strategies and plans for acquiring goods, services, and equipment that align with the mission and goals of the agency. Evaluate contract requirements, specifications, and objectives. Conduct research and analysis to determine the availability of goods and services. Prepare necessary procurement documents such as Market Research, Request for Proposals (RFPs), and Invitations for Bid (IFBs). Collaborate with customer directorates and other agencies to determine the most appropriate procurement strategy. Utilize various contracting methods and agreement types to handle complex and diversified supplies, services, and equipment. Develop transition plans to shift interagency acquisitions to direct contracts when necessary. Assess the reasonableness of cost and pricing data. Provide recommendations for awards to senior management or contracting officers. Keep track of contract performance, compliance, and progress. Manage contract modifications and amendments as required. Resolve any disputes or issues with contractors to ensure contract fulfillment. Effectively manage and allocate budget resources for acquisitions. Identify and implement cost-saving measures while allocating resources efficiently. Stay updated on federal acquisition regulations, specifically the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). Identify and evaluate potential risks associated with contracts. Develop plans and strategies to mitigate those risks. Maintain well-organized and accurate contract files and documentation. Prepare reports, briefings, and presentations for agency leadership and oversight bodies. Ensure all necessary documentation is complete, accurate, and submitted on time.

Qualifications: Federal Acquisition Certification in Contracting (FAC-C) or Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) certification in Contracting.
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Mechanical Technician (Mechanic) 24-6074

Air Force or Army: E-5 to E-7, W-1 to W-2

 
Length: 2 Years; Location: Dahlgren, Virginia
Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center Activity: NSWC-Dahlgren
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6, E-7, W-1, W-2

Tour Description:
As a mechanical technician you will work as a member of team to assemble, build, and integrate weapon systems and trainable weapons system mounts into various platforms. Incumbent will be expected to build up assemblies using mechanical drawings and or written step by step procedures. Incumbent may be required to travel to various locations to support installations of weapon systems or testing.

Qualifications: Know how to read mechanical drawings Communicate effectively both written and oral Have a working knowledge of basic hand and power tools Have a basic working knowledge of weapon systems and chain guns
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Photographer/Public Affairs Officer 24-6051

Air Force or Army: E-4 to E-8

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Activity: DLA - Energy
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-4, E-5, E-6, E-7, E-8

Tour Description:
Serves as the senior strategic public affairs communications specialist for Defense Logistics Agency Energy (DLA Energy), the single source supplier of fuel for U.S. forces worldwide and provider of energy solutions for the DoD. Supervises the public affairs office personnel including civilians and contractors. Directly responsible to the DLA Energy Commander, Deputy Commander and Chief of Staff, for developing strategic public affairs programs and campaigns, leveraging all available communications conduits and emerging technologies, to integrate commands mission into effective communication strategies to influence opinions or affect policy. Serves as a member of the Directors Personal Staff. Responds to the senior leadership with carefully researched information on command activities/initiatives that directly contribute to overall public communications strategies, to reach targeted audiences through multiple media and public outlets. Responsible for researching, analyzing market strategies, writing, developing, editing and approving diverse multimedia materials pertaining to DLA Energy support activities worldwide. Incumbent is responsible for planning, directing and executing specific coverage of the DLA Energy Commander, including topics and themes, travel in support of Agency objectives and participation in forums designed to generate greater understanding of DLA Energys role in supporting DoD operations worldwide. Edits and oversee article development to ensure consistency with command policy, correctness of grammar, spelling and readability. Plans, directs and executes all graphic elements. Supports preparations of Commanders remarks and presentations for both internal and external audiences. Oversees the organizations more than 55 content managers for the public Web site, reviews and approves content for posting and executes annual Web site reviews. Oversees and manages the development, posting and content review of the organizations interagency Web site, including coordinating member participation. Responsible for the quarterly organization magazine development and distribution. Responds to media inquiries, and as needed coordinates with higher headquarters, military services and federal civilian agencies. Oversees and manages all elements of command protocol for the command.

Qualifications: DINFOS trained and/or Public Affairs MoS; Secret Clearance
To apply, contact: MSgt Leanna Rudibaugh - 317-361-7738
 
 

Executive Assistant 24-6049

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

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Activity: DLA - Energy
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6, E-7

Tour Description:
Responsible for supporting the DLA Energy commander and/or deputy commander. Provides administrative support and performs numerous duties, including scheduling, writing correspondence, emailing, handling visitors, routing callers, and answering questions and requests. Plans and organizes office operations to include publications and forms administration and office administrative procedures. Establishes mail delivery routes and schemes and arranges for pickup of distribution by messengers. Serves as custodian of classified documents. Signs receipts for, logs, inventories, files, and secures classified documents. Prepares documents for destruction or other disposition. Ensures proper accountability of documents based upon degree of classification. Additional duties as prescribed by the principal executives to include driver.

Qualifications: Secret Clearance required, Highly desires some executive secretary and protocol experience, however not required.
To apply, contact: MSgt Leanna Rudibaugh - 317-361-7738
 
 

IT Hardware Asset Manager 24-6014

Air Force or Army: E-6 to E-9, W-1 to W-3, O-3

 
Length: 365 Days; Location: Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - Office of the Chief Information Officer
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7, E-8, E-9, W-1, W-2, W-3, O-3

Tour Description:
Manage inputs and outputs of HAM tool. Normalize the data; conduct tool configuration; create/edit workflows; apply business rules; conduct tool administration and enhance the service catalog. Telework 2 days per week; In office 3 days per week.

Qualifications: LIST QUALIFICATIONS
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Software Asset Manager 24-6013

Air Force or Army: E-6 to E-9, W-1 to W-3, O-3

 
Length: 365 Days; Location: Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - Office of the Chief Information Officer
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7, E-8, E-9, W-1, W-2, W-3, O-3

Tour Description:
Review request for new software not currently on the whitelist (approved software list). Collaborate with the Software Asset Managers to determine if there are existing software licenses in the agency that will perform the same function as the requested software. Provide recommendations to Requirement Owners if there are suitable substitutes. Review request for new software on the whitelist. Determine if there are additional software licenses that are available for use before procuring additional licenses. Manage software accounts for OCIO/Enterprise software. They will analyze license entitlements and utilization of software. They will look at period of performance, work with system admins and provide product owners recommendations on software holdings to include recommendation on whether to true up, true down or decommission software, before making software procurement. When licenses are procured, they will ensure that software entitlement and licensing keys are input into the ServiceNow SAM Pro tool. Telework 2 days per week; Office 3 days per week.

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

Software Asset Manager Service Now 24-6012

Air Force or Army: E-5 to E-9, W-1 to W-3

 
Length: 365 Days; Location: Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - Office of the Chief Information Officer
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6, E-7, E-8, E-9, W-1, W-2, W-3

Tour Description:
Service Now Software Assistant Manager (SAM) Pro Administrator: Manage inputs and outputs of SAM tool. Normalize the data; conduct tool configuration; create/edit workflows; apply business rules; conduct tool administration and enhance the service catalog. Telework 2 days per week; In office 3 days per week.

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

Deployment Operations Action Officer 23-6409

Army: W-1 to W-4

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Activity: DLA - ASOC
Service: Army Desired Grade: W-1, W-2, W-3, W-4

Tour Description:
Plan, organize, and supervise the preparation and execution of unit movement and distribution operations. Coordinate deployment and distribution actions with multinational, Joint, and commercial agencies through the Joint Logistics Enterprise. Prepare and validate deployment and redeployment plans, orders, and SOPs. Provide training in unit movement operations, and supervise the use of Joint Movement/transportation systems to document redeployment, and distribution operations. Assist senior leaders in planning and conducting unit movement operations and operational maneuver.

Qualifications: Firm knowledge of Defense Travel System (DTS), DTS roles and responsibilities; Joint Operational Planning and Execution System (JOPES) and excellent written and briefing skills. Excellent skills using Microsoft Suite products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook – mandatory; Teams – preferred)
To apply, contact: SFC Lee Melvin - 317-626-3980
 
 

Deployment Operations Action Officer 23-6406

Army: O-2 to O-4

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Activity: DLA - ASOC
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-2, O-3, O-4

Tour Description:
Serves as the Deployment Operations (DEPOPS) Branch C2 primary point of contact responsible for assisting the synchronization between DEPOPS and Current Operations (CUOPS) Branch Chiefs and personnel. Facilitates information flow between J/D Codes, MSCs and RCs as required. Coordinates all actions as directed by the DEPOPS Branch Chief. Reviews all products and deliverables prior to providing to elements outside the ASOC. Analyzes, processes, and acts on all information contained within C2 systems. Prepares briefings, as required, to provide leadership situational awareness. Monitors and operates voice and electronic communication systems as required to include NIPR and SIPR BC email accounts.

Qualifications: Firm knowledge of Defense Travel System (DTS), DTS roles and responsibilities. Excellent written and briefing skills. Excellent skills using Microsoft Suite products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook – mandatory; Teams – preferred)
To apply, contact: SFC Lee Melvin - 317-626-3980
 
 

Procurement Specialist 23-6349

Air Force or Army: E-6 to E-8

 
Length: 730 Days; Location: Dahlgren, Virginia
Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center Activity: NSWC-Dahlgren
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7, E-8

Tour Description:
Serve as Procurement Analyst for NSWCDD. Incumbent is responsible for analyzing material procurement requirements and processing purchase requests for internal and external customers in major Programs across NSWCDD. The Procurement Analyst processes procurement life-cycle tasking that may include material screening, purchase requisitioning, ordering, reconciliation, cleanup, and discrepancy reporting. Evaluates material requirements for availability within the Federal Supply System and determines appropriate supply cataloging and classification necessary for accurate procurement in Navy ERP. Executes Purchase Orders that may include Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) or the Government Purchase Card (GPC), and generates Purchase Requisitions in Navy ERP for procurement vehicles such as MILSTRIP, GPC, Material Contracts, Service Contracts, and Outgoing Funding Documents (OFD). Incumbent coordinates with internal and external customers as well as Federal organizations such as NAVSUP, GSA, DLA, and commercial vendors to expedite accurate processing of critical purchase requirements. Holds a Government Purchase Card and is responsible for monthly reconciliation as well as completion of all the necessary system transactions. Incumbent follows guidance provided by the Approving Official and adheres to all business rules and practices.

Qualifications:
GENERAL
  1. Ability to communicate both orally and in writing.
  2. Basic knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
  3. Ability to process procurement actions that may include material screening, purchase requisition, ordering, reconciliation, and cleanup.
  4. Ability to obtain and maintain a Government Purchase Card.
TECHNICAL: One year of experience in Federal Supply screening and cataloging of materials for procurement with up-to-date knowledge of the required sources.
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Deployment Operations Force Provider 23-6338

Air Force or Army: E-6 to E-8

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Activity: DLA - ASOC
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7, E-8

Tour Description:
Executes contingency manning support requirements to ensure DLA support for agencies customers worldwide. Is responsible for all operations as they relate to DLA Deployment Support Teams (DSTs) and Immediate Response Force Rapid Deployment Teams (IRF RDTs) civilian and military (active and reserve components) supporting CCMDs deployments as members of DSTs and (IRF RDTs), Customer Support Liaison Operations, Supply Management Council (SMC), Customer Assistance Specialist (CAS), and Emergency Essential (E-E) initiatives. Expert knowledge of DoD Travel systems and process travel authorizations and vouchers as necessary to execute various methods of DoD Travel. Firm knowledge in the execution Approving Official duties for Defense Travel System, in conjunction with traveler responsibilities. Required to analyze travel Authorizations and Vouchers to ensure Travel compliance in accordance with DoD and Agency travel policies to prevent a unauthorized transactions and fraud waste and abuse. Prepares Travel information for all travelers (military and civilian) and gives briefings as required.

Qualifications: Firm knowledge of Defense Travel System (DTS), DTS roles and responsibilities. Excellent writing and briefing skills.
To apply, contact: SFC Lee Melvin - 317-626-3980
 
 

IT Accessibility/508 Compliance NCO 23-6187

Air Force or Army: E-6 to E-7

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7

Tour Description:
The knowledge management IT/business analyst will support the 508 program as the liaison between the core 508 team, business units, user communities, and IT/digital groups. Through collaboration with all program stakeholders, the IT/business analyst will ensure that the needs of the organization are met, that users are provided with the appropriate level of technology support, that existing IT capabilities are used effectively, and that new IT capabilities are evaluated and implemented in line with business and user needs. Develops, implements, and supports the technology infrastructure strategy in collaboration with the core team as informed by the goals and objectives of the 508 program. Supports knowledge-related technology needs of 508 program, leadership teams, business-unit groups, individual networks, and other stakeholders as needed. Role models best practices and knowledge sharing behaviors in the use of enabling technologies. Monitors the effectiveness of 508 internal processes, approaches, and technology to assess impact and suggest improvements. Works with other team business-unit representatives and business-unit leadership to establish a common understanding and focus for 508.

Qualifications: Assistive Technology, Automations, Reasonable accommodations
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

USAF Security Forces CGO OR SNCO 23-6158

Air Force: E-6 to E-8

 
Length: 1 Year Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Activity: DLA - Energy
Service: Air Force Desired Grade: E-6, E-7, E-8

Tour Description:
Manages Security Program, Physical, Industrial Security, Force Protection Programs, and Emergency Management for DLA Energy. Serves as advisor to DLA Energy on security and emergency management matters. Incumbent uses comprehensive knowledge in the formulation of policies, standards, procedures, and methods. Tasks are procedural, routine, and require assistance visits to activities at multiple sites. Plans and schedules security visits to support organizations and provides training to supported activities. Oversees the implementation of all security programs of DLA activities pertaining to the support of DLA Energy. Develops and implements the DLA Energy Antiterrorism, Physical Security, and Emergency Management Programs, to include oversight and compliance of all DLA Energy components with guidelines and procedures. Provides management of physical security reviews, antiterrorism vulnerability assessments of DLA Energy activities, oversight of physical security/ site improvement projects, and coordination with appropriate Federal and DoD Agencies, and Military Services. Advises the DLA Energy on issues relating to physical security, antiterrorism, and emergency management effects on Agency operations, new security technology designed to defeat criminals and terrorists, and identification and protection of critical assets. Prepares updates and briefings for senior-level executives regarding the DLA Security Program. 40% During crisis periods assists in clearing personnel for access to information classified up to and including SECRET, based upon modified investigative criteria. Conducts surveys, inspections and inventories to ensure compliance with security directives. Monitors, reviews or conducts inquires of violations/compromise. Directs investigation and reports compromise of classified information. Prepares instructional material, plans. Organizes, conducts training to acquaint/instruct personnel on security matters. Prepares and presents foreign travel briefs and administers the Classified System for the Isolated Personnel Report (ISOPREP) for DLA Energy CONUS personnel. Physical Security/Antiterrorism: Conducts assessments and inspections ensuring compliance with directives. Reviews and approves emergency plans for activities and directs actions to safeguard from civil disturbances and to counteract and nullify public demonstrations, mob violence, riots, or other disorders.

Qualifications: Secret Clearance required O-3,-O4 with force protection and antiterrorism experiences
To apply, contact: MSgt Leanna Rudibaugh - 317-361-7738
 
 

Deputy Program Manager/Liaison Officer 23-6113

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

 
Length: 1 Year Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Activity: DLA - Headquarters J35
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: O-3, O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
Highly motivated and articulate leader and problem solver required. Serves in a highly visible position in the Strategic Business Division as Deputy Program Manager in either Strategic Development Branch or Strategic Integration Branch, Logistics Operations, Headquarters Defense Logistics Agency.
  • Leader will be providing acquisition and logistics subject matter expertise to multiple flag/general officers in support of a $37B Joint Combat Support Agency reporting directly to OSD.
  • Leader will liaison and develop innovative sustainment solutions (i.e., supplies, warehousing, disposition, transportation, and distribution) for the F-35 and other Major Weapon System programs so that they can leverage DLA's existing supply chain infrastructure to increase readiness and reduce costs.
  • Leader's tasking includes business development with industry providers of weapon system in order to support public private partnerships. These partnerships are expected to drive improvements to meet OSD guidance to increase readiness while reducing costs.
  • Leader will help coordinate and execute plans, policies, and procedures for operations support to ensure that end-of-life supply of Military GPS User Equipment (MGUE) Increment 1 Lifetime Buy for Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASIC) will be ready for integration into M-code GPS-compliant receivers that support DoD weapon systems.
  • Leader will collaborate with OSD Positioning, Navigation and Timing oversight council, policy offices, labs, and program offices to align legacy chip manufacturing windows and delivery with program integration timelines.
Qualifications:
Professional Skill Level:
  • Mandatory: Level II PM and/or Contracting. (i.e., Service major command; System Program Office (SPO) on Major Weapons Systems; Prior Staff Experience (MAJCOM, Joint Staff and/or Air Staff)
  • Desired: Prior Logistics Experience (i.e., SPO tour at an Air Logistics Complex); Data Science/Analysis, Operations Research; DAWIA training in Life Cycle Logistics; MBA or Systems Management experience; JPME Level I
  • Security Clearance Required: Secret
To apply, contact: SFC Lee Melvin - 317-626-3980