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Technical Representative Project Management 24-6154

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

 
Length: 1-3 Years; Location: Keyport, Washington
Agency: Naval Underwater Warfare Center Activity: NUWC-Division Keyport
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6, E-7

Tour Description:
This position will work with in an IT Division with focus on customer interaction and satisfaction related to the ordering and delivery of Navy/Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI). The candidate will work along side a civil servant tasked with NUWC Keyport NMCI program to include ordering, scheduling, and execution.

Specific tasking includes:
  • Gathering customer requirements
  • Ordering, receiving, and billing NMCI services
  • Coordinating NMCI service delivery with Keyport customers
  • Ensuring customer satisfaction
  • Reporting and briefing leadership on status, roadblocks, and successes.
Qualifications:
  • Must possess at least a secret clearance
  • Knowledgeable in Information Technology and IT Service Management
  • Skilled in project discipline, customer service and customer interactions
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Customer Liaison - IT Support 24-6153

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

 
Length: 1-3 Years; Location: Keyport, Washington
Agency: Naval Underwater Warfare Center Activity: NUWC-Division Keyport
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6, E-7

Tour Description:
This position will work with in an IT Division with focus on customer interaction and satisfaction related to the ordering and delivery of IT services. This position will advocate for the Keyport customer and help ensure timely response in solving IT issues and service delivery. Work involves continuous process improvement through monitoring process execution and customer interactions. The candidate will work along side a civil servant to foster quality IT service and customer experience.

Specific tasking includes:
  • Life-cycle ownership of a large IT product and services catalog
  • Advocate for the Keyport IT Customer through engagement and tracking of individual customer requests
  • Interaction with technical teams on resolving IT issues, delivering services, and service improvements
  • Continuous process improvement and refinement of IT product and services and associated Service Level Agreements.
Qualifications:
  • Must possess at least a secret clearance
  • Knowledgeable in Information Technology and IT Service Management
  • Skilled in customer service and customer interaction
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Project Escorts 24-6118

Air Force or Army: E-3 to E-4

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Keyport, Washington
Agency: Naval Underwater Warfare Center Activity: NUWC-Division Keyport
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-3, E-4

Tour Description:
Escort local contractors in both non-restricted areas and the LAA (Limited Access Area) as necessary, in order to complete routine maintenance, emergency repairs and special projects. Ensure all uncleared contractors have been entered into the Visitor Access database and have been approved to enter the premises. Coordinate with the project manager to be notified when contractors arrive. All non-cleared local contractors must be escorted at all times whilst on U.S. Government premises. The incumbent must be able to work from heights and in a variety of non- air conditioned office environments. The work may also entail after hours and working weekends. The incumbent should have a valid driver's license and may be called upon to drive an official government vehicle. This position is based on an as needed basis, possibly some after hour work, weekends. Work during official holidays, may also be required. The incumbent must have or acquire a SECRET security clearance. Flexible to work with all levels of personnel in a professional, courteous manner. Be in possession of a valid local driver's license. Capable of multi-tasking. Basic computer skills. Familiar with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Outlook programs. Be observant, flexible and service oriented. Be physically fit in order to stand for extended periods of time in the performance of their duties, which could include some demanding activities such as climbing stairwells, working in cramped spaces and at times possibly inclement weather.

Qualifications: Security clearance: Secret Sensitivity Required: Non-Critical Sensitive
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Safety Specialist 24-6102

Air Force or Army: E-7 to E-9, O-1 to O-2

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Keyport, Washington
Agency: Naval Underwater Warfare Center Activity: NUWC-Division Keyport
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-7, E-8, E-9, O-1, O-2

Tour Description:
Assist with the management of all elements of assigned programs including Inspections, Mishaps, Confined Space Entry, Respiratory Protection, Occupational Health, Energy Control, Traffic Safety, and Machine Guarding programs. Assist with managing all elements of other programs as assigned, including Fall Protection, Asbestos, Lead, MHE, and VPP for NUWC Division, Keyport to ensure workforce safety and regulatory compliance.
  • Stay current with higher level guidance and latest policy changes and incorporate policy changes into applicable Keyport directives as required.
  • Evaluate cognizant programs at least annually to validate compliance and develop actions to improve processes or correct program deficiencies.
  • Conduct 95% of assigned workplace inspections within assigned month, document deficiencies, conduct trend analysis (where applicable), and elevate issues thru the chain-of-command for serious issues.
  • Review cognizant program training, and revise to incorporate policy changes or any emerging safety issues.
  • Support Safety Officer and act as a SME while supporting detachment and NSLC oversight inspections. Document findings in CAPA/ESAMS for recording and tracking of non-compliance issues.
  • Act as Keyport representative; escort and answers inquiries brought up by external auditors relative to assigned programs.
  • Participate on special project teams, project reviews, and joint workplace inspection teams, as needed.
  • Work with codes to revise and improve SOPs and job hazard analysis for applicable operations.
  • Support C/1023 with Hazardous Material Control and Management Program.
  • Provide timely support to all Departments, detachments, and NSLC for assigned programs.
  • Provide onsite support for assigned customers to provide oversight and consultation on safety and occupational health requirements and hazard controls, to provide interim controls and proposed permanent controls for resolution of identified hazards and problems, and to provide requested training.
  • Provide audit support to all Departments, detachments, and NSLC for Command inspections, as assigned. Provide technical support to refute or answer findings.
  • Determine effectiveness of employee knowledge relative to the hazards of the workplace and provides appropriate recommendations to the customer and Safety Officer.
  • Actively participate in the annual OSH self-assessment by identifying and recommending improvements to the safety programs.
Qualifications: None listed
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Travel Analyst 24-6010

Air Force or Army: E-4 to E-7

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Keyport, Washington
Agency: Naval Underwater Warfare Center Activity: NUWC-Division Keyport
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-4, E-5, E-6, E-7

Tour Description:
Working as part of a team within the Comptroller Department, provides all aspects of temporary duty travel (TDY), long term TDY, and permanent duty travel support. This position requires knowledge of an extensive body of travel and financial regulations, methods, and practices (e.g., Joint Travel Regulations, the Defense Travel System, Travel Charge Card) to perform a wide variety of travel assignments and resolve conflicts and problems. Knowledge of transportation entitlements and documentation requirements for foreign and domestic relocation travel for DoD military/civilian personnel and their dependents in accordance with the JTR and DOD Financial Management Regulations (FMR). Responsibilities include determining and advising on entitlements or procedures related to house hunting trips, temporary quarters, reimbursement of expenses, baggage allowances, stops enroute, non-temporary storage of goods, and shipment of unaccompanied baggage, privately owned vehicles, and household goods; preparing cost estimates and related documentation. Conveys information in a clear, concise, organized, and detailed manner appropriate for all levels of the organization. Demonstrates problem solving abilities to quickly assist travelers and approving officials with unique or complex travel issues, often in emergent and/or time-sensitive situations. Gathers and analyzes financial or travel specific data in response to data calls or reporting requirements.

Qualifications: None listed
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Command Directives & Forms Manager 23-6479

Air Force or Army: E-8 to E-9, W-2 to W-4, O-2 to O-4

 
Length: 1 Years; Location: Keyport, Washington
Agency: Naval Underwater Warfare Center Activity: NUWC-Division Keyport
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-8, E-9, W-2, W-3, W-4, O-2, O-3, O-4

Tour Description:
The incumbent is designated as the Command Directive and Forms Program Manager responsible for the effective and efficient implementation of the objectives, policies, standards, and practices of NUWC Division Keyport's Directives and Forms Management Program. Experience in change management and process improvement.

Duties include:
  • Develop and provide training to personnel at various levels of the organization on Directives and Forms requirements/processes as required. - Gathering and evaluating user feedback
  • Engage directly with NUWC Division, Keyport leadership and Warfare Center Headquarters, and NAVSEA as required.
  • Lead and/or participate in cross-functional teams comprised of personnel both internally and externally with varying disciplines and grade levels at the Command, Warfare Center, and NAVSEA levels both orally and in writing.
  • Research, Assess, and implement opportunities to improve program performance (0365-Power Apps/Power-BI, etc.) using continuous process improvement (LEAN/Agile/Scrum), high velocity learning (HVL), and collaboration with appropriate teams and Communities of Practice or Interest.
  • Analyze and evaluate qualitatively and quantitatively the effectiveness of Directive/Form program in meeting internal and external goals and objectives including trend analysis. Example: Upcoming and overdue directives for review leading and lagging indicators) Physical Requirements: Work is generally performed in a typical office setting.
Qualifications: Must possess at least a secret security clearance Career Series equivalent to Navy Administrative Technical Specialist (0343) position.
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Program Development Specialist 23-6475

Air Force or Army: E-7 to E-8, W-2 to W-4, O-2 to O-3

 
Length: 1 Years; Location: Keyport, Washington
Agency: Naval Underwater Warfare Center Activity: NUWC-Division Keyport
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-7, E-8, W-1, W-2, O-2, O-3

Tour Description:
Conduct organizational studies and evaluations, design systems and procedures, conduct work simplification and measurement studies, and prepare operations and procedures manuals to assist management in operating more efficiently and effectively. Includes program analysts and management consultants.

Specific tasks include:
  • Analyze data gathered and develop solutions or alternative methods of proceeding.
  • Confer with personnel concerned to ensure successful functioning of newly implemented systems or procedures.
  • Document findings of study and prepare recommendations for implementation of new systems, procedures, or organizational changes.
  • Gather and organize information on problems or procedures.
  • Interview personnel and conduct on-site observation to ascertain unit functions, work performed, and methods, equipment, and personnel used.
  • Plan study of work problems and procedures, such as organizational change, communications, information flow, integrated production methods, inventory control, or cost analysis.
  • Prepare manuals and train workers in use of new forms, reports, procedures or equipment, according to organizational policy.
  • Design, evaluate, recommend, and approve changes of forms and reports.
  • Review forms and reports and confer with management and users about format, distribution, and purpose, identifying problems and improvements.
  • Develop and implement records management program for filing, protection, and retrieval of records, and assure compliance with program.
  • Recommend purchase of storage equipment and design area layout to locate equipment in space available.
Qualifications: Security clearance: Secret Sensitivity Required: Non-Critical Sensitive
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Protocol Specialist 23-6448

Air Force or Army: E-6 to E-9, W-2 to W-5, O-2 to O-4

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Keyport, Washington
Agency: Naval Underwater Warfare Center Activity: NUWC-Division Keyport
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7, E-8, E-9, W-2, W-3, W-4, W-5, O-2, O-3, O-4

Tour Description:
The primary duties of this position are to serve as the Assistant Protocol Officer for NUWC Division Keyport. Incumbent will be communicating in writing and orally with peers, senior-level DoD military, civilians and distinguished visitors. Duties include event planning, budgeting and development, briefing arrangements, visitor escorts and follow-on actions. Duties may require incumbent to attend events representing NUWC Division, Keyport. Additional duties may include those of a Public Affairs Specialist by supporting development of white papers, tri-folds, story board and other printed materials; PowerPoint briefs, scripts and supports photo and video requests through scheduling and/or taking photos and videos and follow-on editing. Knowledge of and ability to apply DoD and DON protocol policies and procedures. Ability to develop draft agendas, instructions, guides, supplementary material and pertinent correspondence tailored to a specific protocol event or Command-level meeting. Knowledge of local resources and communication systems and tools that are available to accommodate Command events and visits. Expert knowledge of grammar, writing and editing practices and the style requirements of various publishing media to complete assignments. Knowledge of the concepts, principles, policies and practices of a public affairs program. Ability to professionally and effectively interface with senior leadership and fellow employees within NUWC Division, Keyport, other Department of Navy Protocol Officers and public affairs specialists and a variety of subject-matter experts and program officials throughout the military community. Ability to be detail oriented; comfortable with and successful at managing multiple tasks, pressing deadlines and have the ability to respond effectively in a changing environment; ability to effectively work collaboratively, in a team, and independently. Physical Requirements: Work is generally performed in a typical office setting.

Qualifications: Must possess at least a secret security clearance Career Series equivalent to Miscellaneous Administration and Program Series (0301) position.
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Command Antiterrorism Officer (ATO) 23-6397

Air Force or Army: E-7 to E-9, W-1 to W-5, O-1 to O-3

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Keyport, Washington
Agency: Naval Underwater Warfare Center Activity: NUWC-Division Keyport
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-7, E-8, E-9, W-1, W-2, W-3, W-4, W-5, O-1, O-2, O-3

Tour Description:
The incumbent is designated as the Security Specialist responsible for the Antiterrorism (AT) program in support of the Security Division located in Keyport, WA. Develops local Antiterrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) programs and policies for Physical Security branch head approval. Serves as the technical authority on matters involving Antiterrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP). Plans, conducts, performs or coordinates on site security studies, projects, assessments, and training activities in relationship to antiterrorism and force protection requirements. Develop and maintain the Command Antiterrorism Program to ensure the relevance and viability of all AT defensive measures are in place to reduce the Command’s vulnerabilities to terrorist acts. He/she is responsible for ensuring that the required antiterrorism assessments, inspections, and force protection measures are conducted per DOD requirements. Establish and maintain AT criticality assessments that will identify NSWCPD critical assets and ensure that policies and procedures are in place for protection. Provide training and exercises to employees on AT awareness. Attend and participates in AT and Threat Working Group meetings. Knowledge of DoD and Navy antiterrorism and force protection doctrine, policies, and instructions to coordinate objectives and develop plans for interrelated security programs. Ability to assist evaluation teams in developing realistic and relevant scenarios to exercise and validate the AT program.

Qualifications: Must be E-7 or above and achieve Anti terrorism Level II certification within 6 months of employment per OPNAVINST F3300.53D. Career Series equivalent to Navy Administrative Technical Specialist (0080) position.
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Innovation Center Technician 23-6382

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

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Keyport, Washington
Agency: Naval Underwater Warfare Center Activity: NUWC-Division Keyport
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6, E-7

Tour Description:
This position will work within a Technology Innovation Center responsible for installation, operation and maintenance of leading edge compute technology, engineering software, and additive manufacturing hardware to include 3D printers, scanners, and high end computing systems.

Specific tasking includes:
  • Operation and configuration of desktop additive manufacturing HW to include 3D printers and laser engravers.
  • Operation and maintenance of 3D Scanning tools - Operation and maintenance of audio/visual tools
  • Assisting engineers and technologist in the operation of innovation HW and SW
  • Providing tours and instruction/learning sessions on the use of innovation tools
Qualifications: 
  • Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Operating Systems
  • General understanding of Linux Operating Systems
  • Experience with desktop additive manufacturing HW (3D Printers/Scanners)
  • Thorough understanding of desktop end-point protection and application of cyber security controls to protect innovation assets
  • General understanding of network technologies to include Ethernet and WiFi capabilities
  • Experience with installing complex software packages
  • Experience with scripting, such as PowerShell, to automate routine software installations
  • Interest in in engineering modeling software such as Mathworks Altium, Labview, Solid Works/Solid Edge, and Ansys
This position has been designated as a Cyber IT/Cybersecurity Workforce position in specialty area (411/531) and as a condition of employment incumbents of the position are required to comply with the DON Cyber IT/CSWF Program requirements of SECNAV M-5239.2, which include:
  1. Earn and maintain appropriate credentials from the Cyber IT/CSWF Qualification Matrix (described in SECNAV M-5239.2) associated with the specialty area and level commensurate with the scope of major assigned duties for the position to which you are assigned
  2. Participate in a continuous learning program as described in SECNAVINST 1543.2. A minimum of 40 hours of Cyber IT/CSWF related continuous learning annually documented in a current individual development plan signed by both the employee and supervisor. *This position performs a primary cyber work role of 411 per the DoD Cyber Workforce Framework. Must possess at least a secret clearance with a favorable T5 investigation.
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Safety Specialist 22-6057

Air Force: E-7 to E-9, W-1 to W-2

 
Length: 2 Years; Location: Keyport, Washington
Agency: Naval Underwater Warfare Center Activity: NUWC-Division Keyport
Service: Air Force Desired Grade: E-7 to E-9, W-1 to W-2

Tour Description:
Assist with the management of all elements of assigned programs including Inspections, Mishaps, Confined Space Entry, Respiratory Protection, Occupational Health, Energy Control, Traffic Safety, and Machine Guarding programs. Assist with managing all elements of other programs as assigned, including Fall Protection, Asbestos, Lead, MHE, and VPP for NUWC Division, Keyport to ensure workforce safety and regulatory compliance.

Stay current with higher level guidance and latest policy changes and incorporate policy changes into applicable Keyport directives as required.
  • Evaluate cognizant programs at least annually to validate compliance and develop actions to improve processes or correct program deficiencies.
  • Conduct 95% of assigned workplace inspections within assigned month, document deficiencies, conduct trend analysis (where applicable), and elevate issues thru the chain-of-command for serious issues.
  • Review cognizant program training, and revise to incorporate policy changes or any emerging safety issues.
  • Support Safety Officer and act as a SME while supporting detachment and NSLC oversight inspections. Document findings in CAPA/ESAMS for recording and tracking of non-compliance issues.
  • Act as Keyport representative; escort and answers inquiries brought up by external auditors relative to assigned programs.
  • Participate on special project teams, project reviews, and joint workplace inspection teams, as needed.
  • Work with codes to revise and improve SOPs and job hazard analysis for applicable operations.
  • Support C/1023 with Hazardous Material Control and Management Program.
  • Provide timely support to all Departments, detachments, and NSLC for assigned programs.
  • Provide onsite support for assigned customers to provide oversight and consultation on safety and occupational health requirements and hazard controls, to provide interim controls and proposed permanent controls for resolution of identified hazards and problems, and to provide requested training.
  • Provide audit support to all Departments, detachments, and NSLC for Command inspections, as assigned. Provide technical support to refute or answer findings.
  • Determine effectiveness of employee knowledge relative to the hazards of the workplace and provides appropriate recommendations to the customer and Safety Officer.
  • Actively participate in the annual OSH self-assessment by identifying and recommending improvements to the safety programs.   
Qualifications:  
Candidate must have some experience with conducting safety and occupational health inspections.

To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372