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Job Locations US-CA-Chula Vista
  Assists COMNAVSURFPAC N6 in the performance of their duties related to Cyber Operations programs and policies for commands within clamancy.   GENERAL DUTIES: - Technical Cyber Operations issues. - Principal point of contact to FLTCYBERCOM and NCDOC for all Cyber Operations-related development and production programs. - Maintain a close working relationship with both the technical community and the waterfront; represent fleet requirements and provides fleet feedback to the development/production process. - Assist the Information Warfare Officer, in the management of Cyber systems installations and improvements with respect to the D-30 process for Cyber Operation systems. - Develop, modify and review Cyber Operations hardware and software configuration. - Develop, research, report, and prepare correspondence concerning Cyber Operations technical and operational deficiencies in equipment, training and support to confirm the adequacy of each. - Track mission critical CASREPs, expedites technical assistance and parts delivery. - Represent COMNAVSURFPAC at various training reviews, working groups and operational advisory groups. Represents fleet requirements and provides fleet feedback to the development/production process. - Review and verify Naval Training System Plans (NTSPs), Class Tactical Manuals (CTMs), Combat Systems Techniques and Procedures Manuals (CSTPs), Naval Doctrine Publications (NDPs), Fleet Exercise Publication Three (FXP-3) C2W/EW exercises and applicable instructions to ensure accuracy, completeness and currency. - Assist Information Warfare Officer, with Cyber Operations issues (tactical and technical), when applicable. - Under the direction of Force Information Warfare Officer, advise and assist in the execution of duties related to Cyber Operations matters in support of COMNAVSURFPAC. - Serve as the Force Cyber lead, taking cognizance and appropriate actions in all matters relating to Cyber Operations within the COMNAVSURFPAC and subordinate commands. - Develop, modify and review Force combat systems hardware, software and technical training requirements related to Cyber Operations to include weapons, sensors and associated support systems. - Provide oversight and direction for COMNAVSURFPAC surface ship Cyber Operations readiness, assisting shore commands, squadrons and individual ships as necessary to ensure maximum readiness. - Perform COMNAVSURFPAC review of Cyber Operations tactical developments and publications. - Develop, research, and prepare War Fighting Improvement Program (WFIP) messages concerning various tactical and Travel and embark on surface platforms as necessary to coordinate and evaluate Cyber Operations manning, training and equipment. - Ability to travel to CONUS/OCONUS ships/shore stations - Ability to conduct cyberspace operations training (Information and Naval Control Systems) - Cyberspace Operations Subject Matter Expert (SME) Support - Understands key man, train, equip and performance elements to perform Readiness Support - Provide Meeting Support - Provide Network Baseline Compliance Support (Hardware, Software, Firmware, Patches) - Conduct Curriculum Development - Provide Readiness Trends Analysis - Be conversant in the Risk Management Framework process and provide support - Be knowledgeable about Traditional Security - Be knowledgeable about the Cybersecurity Work Force (CSWF) per SECNAVINST M-5239.2
ID
2021-7185
Job Locations US-VA-Norfolk
GENERAL DUTIES: - Read and interpret engineering drawings and instructions.  - Validate dimensions on drawings, determines deck and bulkhead materials, and determines best removal and installation route during a ship check. - Identify tools and materials per task and request materials as needed. - Use various hand tools, drill press, welding machine, air compressor, generator, chain hoist, sandblaster, paint gun, grinder, band saw, forklift and other equipment to fabricate/install. - Fabricate shapes based on installation drawings, material provided, and ship check notes. - Install shapes according to drawings and other information provided.  Tack and perform welds, as necessary.   - Support electrical and mechanical disciplines. - Assist in jobsite set-up, maintenance, restoration and securing. - Knowledgeable and trained in safe work practices.  - Prepare and cleanup work area.  - Perform other duties as assigned.
ID
2021-7183
Job Locations US-CA-Port Hueneme
Perform assessments, technical assistance, overhaul, and maintenance of Navy Underway Replenishment (UNREP) systems at UNREP Test site located at NSWCPHD.   Conduct equipment overhaul at NSWCPHD Test Site.  Conduct painting as required. Developing or reviewing designs by extracting and analyzing a variety of engineering data, applying conventional engineering practices to develop, prepare, or recommend schematics, designs, specifications, electrical drawings and parts lists. (Examples of designs include: detailed circuit diagrams; hardware fittings or test equipment involving a variety of mechanisms; conventional piping systems; and building site layouts).   Conducting tests or experiments requiring selection and adaptation or modification of a wide variety of critical test equipment and test procedures, preparing and operating equipment, recording data, measuring and recording problems of significant complexity that sometimes require resolution at a higher level, and analyzes data and prepares test reports.   Applying methods outlined by others to limited segments of research and development projects, constructing experimental or prototype models to meet engineering requirements; conducts tests or experiments and redesigns as necessary and recording and evaluating data and reports findings. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.   Contribute to the development of engineering and logistics documentation, and support logistics functions.    
ID
2021-7181
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Accomplishing combat systems engineering tasking in areas such as: hardware requirements definition, systems development, test and evaluation, safety,  and certification. Experience working in teams performing system development management, modernization planning and scheduling of combat weapons systems. Examples of desired experience include: - Performing integration of Navy combat systems: (AEGIS, Non-AEGIS) - Providing assessment of combat systems production planning and monitoring; - Experience composing technical documents such as training materials, installation guides, technical data packages and reports in accordance with technical documentation guidelines and standards; Experience related to the identification, analysis and resolution of complex combat systems issues.
ID
2021-7179
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
Artificial Intelligence Researcher   We provide Scientific, Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) support to Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in Arlington, VA. For sixty years, DARPA has held to a singular and enduring mission: to make pivotal investments in breakthrough technologies for national security.   Duties will include but are not limited to the following: - Perform technology and research management of programs involving basic and applied artificial intelligence (AI) research and its wide applications, including machine learning, adversarial machine learning, human-machine collaboration, and deep learning; - Provide significant contributions across a range of technical areas by identifying, analyzing, and developing novel technologies and methodologies for current and new program development; - Provide in-depth expertise in the assessments of proposals to determine the technical merit of objectives and methodologies; - Develop test plans for assessment of program performers' systems; - Coordinate with program performers throughout the testing of programs to assess performance against program metrics; - Provide a resource and means of information support for proposals to determine the technical merit of proposal objectives and methodologies; - Use information analysis expertise to identify, develop, and support methodologies for current and new program development; - Work will be performed onsite at DARPA in Arlington, VA; - Travel may be required up to 10% of the time.
ID
2021-7171
Job Locations US-FL-Panama City
Engineering Technician II-III (Electrical) In support of US NAVY LCAC SSC / Hover Crafts and associated components at NSWC Panama City, FL, as part of a Depot repair/refurbishment team.  This technician performs simple routine tasks under close supervision or from detailed procedures. Work is checked in progress or on completion. This person performs one or a combination of such typical duties as: - Assembling or installing equipment or parts requiring simple wiring, soldering, or connecting. - Performs such tasks as replacing components and wiring circuits. - Repairing simple electronic equipment. - Taking test readings using common instruments such as digital multi-meters, signal generators, semiconductor testers, curve tracers, and oscilloscopes. - Performs assignments that are not completely standardized or prescribed. - Selects or adapts standard procedures or equipment, using fully applicable precedents. - Receives initial instructions, equipment requirements, and advice from supervisor or engineer as needed. - Performs recurring work independently. - Performs at this level one or a combination of such typical duties as: constructing components, subunits, or simple models or adapts standard equipment. - Troubleshoots and correct malfunctions.    
ID
2021-7167
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
  Gryphon Technologies is currently seeking a Sustainability Test and Evaluation Analyst to support the Test Resource Management Center (TRMC). The TRMC supports the needs and solutions process to ensure the DoD T&E community has the right set of capabilities for the future; and through the T&E Range Oversight Division which supports the specific infrastructure needs of the Components and range users. Additional information related to TRMC can be found here: https://ac.cto.mil/trmc/. Duties include but are not limited to:   - Identify and evaluate issues that encroach upon, or have the potential to encroach upon, the required access to DoD's test resources and provide recommended courses of action - Coordinate, facilitate, and participate in meetings across multiple time zones with a variety of stakeholders and summarize the proceedings - Review policy and legislation for their impacts on access to the Department's natural test infrastructure - Maintain knowledge and awareness of the Major Range and Test Facility Base and the challenges presented to its natural infrastructure - Prepare papers, presentations, reports, and administrative packages on sustainability issues in response to direction from TRMC leadership
ID
2021-7161
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
  Gryphon Technologies is currently seeking a Technical Writer/Analyst that will support the Test Resource Management Center (TRMC) and assist is the development and execution of the organization’s Strategic Communications efforts. The TRMC supports the needs and solutions process to ensure the DoD T&E community has the right set of capabilities for the future; and through the T&E Range Oversight Division which supports the specific infrastructure needs of the Components and range users. Additional information related to TRMC can be found here: https://ac.cto.mil/trmc/. Duties include but are not limited to:   - Demonstrated ability to effectively interact with and elicit information from engineers and other technical subject matter experts, locate primary sources, synthesize disparate data points into a focused message, and communicate technical topics to non-technical audiences - Ability to work with a wide range of contributors, to include engineers, subject matter experts, functional teams, and senior leadership - Development, drafting, editing, publishing, distribution, coordination of various communication deliverables, to include information papers, guidance memoranda, policies, technical reports, congressional reports, annual reports, responses to media inquiries, briefings, and presentations
ID
2021-7159
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
  Gryphon Technologies is currently seeking a Test Engineer in Networked Command, Control, and Communication to support the Test and Evaluation Science and Technology Program (T&E/S&T). The T&E/S&T Program is the Department’s only Science and Technology Program that invests in technologies to enhance the capabilities of the DoD Test Ranges to test the full spectrum of military capabilities in support of DoD acquisition, experimentation, prototyping, and technical demonstrations. Duties include but are not limited to:     - Supporting the T&E/S&T Program Manager in advising him/her with technical expertise in prototype technology development investments in command, control, communications, computers test (C4T) technologies - Working with the staff of the OUSD/Research & Engineer/Advanced Capabilities Principal Director Fully Networked C3 to support development of the DoD FNC3 roadmap to ensure TRMC activities support National Defense Strategies supporting networked C3  
ID
2021-7158
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
System Engineer/Scientist, Cyber Test & Evaluation to support the Test and Evaluation Science and Technology Program (T&E/S&T).  The T&E/S&T Program is the Department’s only Science and Technology Program that invests in technologies to enhance the capabilities of the DoD Test Ranges to test the full spectrum of military capabilities in support of DoD acquisition, experimentation, prototyping, and technical demonstrations. Duties include but are not limited to: - Experience with the DoD, especially with either DoD S&T, DoD Acquisition, or DoD test and evaluation; - Familiarity with DoD test Ranges and test facilities, to include the National Cyber Range complex; - Experience and a depth of knowledge in several of the following: Command and Control systems; Structured Query Language (SQL); Statistical Programming; Machine Learning; Data Visualization; Big Data Tools; Data Centers; Data Mining or Data Analytics; Communications networks; internet protocols, Computer servers; Computer Networking; Interoperability; Operating systems; system architecture; system administration; - Familiarity with the Systems Engineering process; - Experience working with Interdisciplinary teams of scientists and engineers; - Broad knowledge of technologies relevant to C4ISR; - Broad knowledge of technologies relevant to one or more of the 8 current T&E/S&T Test Technology Areas: Cyber Testing, Directed Energy, Hypersonic Testing, Advanced Instrumentation, Artificial Intelligence & Unmanned and Autonomous Systems, C4ISR, Spectrum Efficiency, and Electronic Warfare.  Additional areas of experience in Space, Nuclear systems, or Biotechnology are also of interest; - Broad Knowledge of Military Systems and their missions; - Experience providing formal technical assessments of engineering or technology development for senior decision-makers.
ID
2021-7157
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
  Serve as an Aerospace/Aeronautical Analyst supporting the Test Resource Management Center (TRMC). The TRMC supports the needs and solutions process to ensure the DoD T&E community has the right set of capabilities for the future; and through the T&E Range Oversight Division which supports the specific infrastructure needs of the Components and range users. Additional information related to TRMC can be found here: https://ac.cto.mil/trmc/.  Duties include but are not limited to:   - Evaluate multiple Air Force program proposals for suitability and inclusion in future technical plans and roadmaps - Conduct research on Air Force Threat issues, obtain relevant DoD documents, conduct studies, analyze options and develop required documentation - Obtain current information on rapidly evolving aerospace threats, assess this information for impact, and incorporate changes in recommendations  
ID
2021-7156
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
  The Surface Maintenance Engineering, Planning, Program (SURFMEPP) maintains, monitors, and refines Class-wide and Individual-Ship Maintenance Plans for all non-nuclear surface ships to ensure material readiness for the projected service life, develop life-cycle strategies to address system upgrades, and fully implement the Class Maintenance Plan into each surface ship's maintenance schedule and availability planning process.  The SEA21/SURFMEPP Executive Support Liaison supports Surface maintenance engineering planning program (SURFMEPP) and SEA21 Senior Leadership. Manages technical support provided to the Executive Office with specific focus on processes and products associated with the command level external communications and public affairs initiatives. The SEA21 Executive Support Liaison will be responsible for assisting SEA21 and SURFMEPP Senior leadership with the following:   - Assists the Commanding Officer and Deputy with development and execution of external communication plans, management of senior Navy leadership communications, management of internal command communications, monitoring of command level special projects and coordination of executive level actions. - Promotes continuous quality improvement and efficiency of technical support services provided. - Provide executive support and coordination for Command information sessions and briefings. - Support the development of briefs and presentation to support communication of the command strategy and goals to employees.  - Coordinate and track all Special Project initiatives required and directed by Executive leadership. - Provide progress reports, metrics, and technical analysis as requested to support both short and long term command-wide projects
ID
2021-7154
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Minimum Experience:   Experience with the Naval Logistics System that includes: a) Experience in identifying material and logistic requirements for ship alteration and repair, b) Experience with the Navy supply and procurement systems and procedures for requisitioning and purchasing material required to support ship alterations and repairs, c) Experience in researching types and quantities of equipment’s allowed aboard ship, to include a minimum of one (1) year experience in use of the Ship's Configuration and Logistic Support Control (SCLSC) database. Experience may be gained concurrently.  
ID
2021-7152
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Minimum Experience: Five (5) years of experience of the Naval Logistics System that includes: a) Experience in identifying material and logistic requirements for ship alteration and repair, b) Experience with the Navy supply and procurement systems and procedures for requisitioning and purchasing material required to support ship alterations and repairs, c) Experience in researching types and quantities of equipment’s allowed aboard ship, to include a minimum of one (1) year experience in use of the Ship's Configuration and Logistic Support Control (SCLSC) database. Experience may be gained concurrently.
ID
2021-7151
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia | US-VA-Chesapeake
Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree in business from an accredited college or university. Minimum Experience: Seven (7) years of experience with business case analysis, metric analysis, cost studies, return cost analysis and KPI development. Experience shall also include the use of Microsoft Office including Access, Project, and Visio. It is preferred that the individual have working knowledge of the Navy ERP system. Knowledge of Navy programs, organizations, and functions is preferred. Experience may be gained concurrently.  
ID
2021-7150
Job Locations US-VA-Norfolk
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:   - Senior Naval Architect with at least 10 years’ experience working with U.S. Navy Combatant Craft. - Provide in-client customer, project lead, field engineering and detailed design and engineering support for small boats, specifically Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USV). - Have experience in USV design, construction, planning and production and complex operations including: - Systems integration engineering unmanned vehicles - Shipboard launch and recovery - Systems integration - Craft systems - Mission systems - Unmanned command and control - Autonomous behavior systems - Provide engineering calculation, technical solutions and professional guidance for Weights, Stability and naval architect related issues. - Responsible for research, development, regulation adherence, and stability analysis. - Maintain superior customer relations and communications. Strive to maintain quality products, within schedule and cost   GENERAL DUTIES: - Perform static stability analysis using General HydroStatics (GHS). - Perform Intact and Damage Stability analysis for new designed craft. - Perform Finite-Element Analysis and structural analysis. - Attend meetings and provide professional recommendations as requested. - Professionally interface with customers and vendors. - Provide quality products within the specifics of the naval architect requirements. - Demonstrate the ability to work in an open communicative environment, and be able to adapt to changing design requirements rapidly. - Provide project management, project supervision, planning, organizing and supervising designers / drafters and technicians. - Prepare engineering sketches to help designers and drafters to complete engineering drawings. - Check and review documents produced by other members of the department for completion and accuracy. - Develop and apply advance methods, theories, and research techniques in the investigation and solution of complex technical problems. - Plan, conduct, and evaluate projects or moderate phases of significant projects, coordinating efforts with engineers and staff. - Develop and perform formal technical reports summarizing analyses, calculations and engineering studies. - Available for CONUS and OCONUS travel. - Work independently providing weight and moment calculations. 
ID
2021-7147
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Minimum Experience: Ten (10) years of experience in the development, implementation, evaluation and coordination of ILS products such as Planned Maintenance Systems (PMS) and Technical Feedback Reports (TFBRs) for U.S. Navy surface ships. Experience should also include developing technical documentation using either the Navy Publishing Application (NPA) or the Navy PMS Editor (NPE) or equivalent. Knowledge of Navy programs, organizations and functions is preferred. Experience may be gained concurrently.
ID
2021-7143
Job Locations US-VA-Chesapeake | US-PA-Philadelphia
GENERAL DUTIES: - The MBSE Intern position will support the development and integration of systems engineering models for our Navy customers. Specific activities will include developing information extraction and data transformation algorithms, applying Machine Learning techniques to engineering artifacts, and creating workflows for the movement of data from and to system engineering models.
ID
2021-7139
Job Locations US-VA-Norfolk
MARINE ELECTRICIAN - Read and interpret engineering drawings and instructions. - Identify tools and materials per task and request materials as needed. - Remove, install and test electrical equipment, including cables, lights, horns, motors, controllers, engines, generators, and other components. - Requires performing preventive and corrective maintenance, performing pre-start and post operation checks on small Navy patrol and combat watercraft - Use meters and other devices to connect, troubleshoot and operate electrical equipment. - Perform alignments. - Use various hand tools, drill press, air compressor, generator, chain hoist, sandblaster, paint gun, grinder, forklift and other equipment to mount equipment and fabricate/install electrical connections, including soldered, crimped and mechanical terminations. - Support mechanical and structural disciplines. - Assist in job-site set-up, maintenance, restoration, and securing. - Knowledgeable and trained in safe work practices. - Prepare and cleanup work area. - Perform other duties as assigned
ID
2021-7138
Job Locations US-VA-Chesapeake
The candidate will be responsible for performing warehouse tasks to include: receiving, inventory, kitting and shipping. Experience utilizing handheld scanners is preferred. Knowledge of Navy Force Protection Equipment is desired. Applicant must be able to lift and carry more than twenty pounds.
ID
2021-7135