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Provide a wide range of technical services in support of Integrated Product Support (IPS) disciplines during all phases of life-cycle support of US Navy surveillance radar systems.
Responsibilities may include but not limited to:
- Assist with Technical data items to include new and legacy systems.
- Support development of new and conversion of legacy technical manual data into Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals.
- Maintain hard copy technical manuals as identified in the TI when applicable.
- Ensure compliance with technical manual specifications and technical manual life cycle management plans.
- Respond to technical manual feedback reports.
- Prepare, review, and update PMS packages. Update system drawings (ICDs, SCDs, etc). Print, package and distribute documentation.
- Participate in maintenance planning and analysis. Provide logistics support analysis, provisioning data input and maintenance planning support. Document discrepancies and recommend corrections.
- Provide configuration management support.
- Utilize Naval Modernization Program, Naval Data Environment-Naval Modernization (NDE-NM) and Alteration Master Planning System (AMPS) to schedule and track Fleet and Program Alterations, software deliveries, engineering changes, and field changes.
- Draft and review Engineering Change Proposals (ECP). Initiate and submit SCDs in accordance with NMP data processing procedures and Entitled Process (EP) requirements.
- Update and maintain Fielding Plans for shipboard air and surface surveillance radar systems. Track radar system configuration changes/upgrades and configuration management (CM) milestones utilizing the Enhanced Team Engineering Requirements Planning System (ETERPS), NDE, and CDMD-OA.
- Perform Configuration Status Accounting (CSA) by through data entry and update of (CDMD-OA). Participate in NMP meetings, Coordination Planning Group (CPG) meetings, PEO IWS Configuration Control Board (CCB) and Local Configuration Control Board (LCCB) meetings, monthly platform/class planning telephone conferences, NSWC PHD planning telecoms, and other designated meetings to facilitate the staffing of change data, information, and documentation.
Provide operational research analysis services at NSWC PHD Virginia Beach Detachment.
Responsibilities may include but not limited to:
- Assist in the area of radar fleet support during engineering development, system maintenance, and introduction of a prototype model that has been installed for evaluation in an active fleet ship. Provide onboard technical assistance for correction of shipboard casualties. Plan and coordinate ship grooms, providing data collection, evaluation, training and equipment assistance. Provide fleet and land based technical support to resolve system problems, conduct operator training, collect system data and provide analysis and recommendations for system operation.
- Analyze operational and maintenance data to determine design defects detracting from the equipment or system's capability to perform its intended mission and recommend corrections or improvements for translation into engineering changes.
- Participate in development of radar system engineering models. Analyze existing requirements/ capabilities and identify shortfalls and areas of risk. Address system requirement modifications through engineering change proposals using redesign efforts in hardware and software (including all aspects of system support).
- Review and evaluate performance specifications and technical design documents for conformance to system operational requirements and contractual requirements; recommend design improvements; review proposed design improvements, waivers, deviations and alterations for their impact on performance, interoperability, configuration control, reliability, maintainability, availability, man-power, quality, safety, risk and life cycle cost. Determine areas of deficiencies and document complex and simple system level and combat systems problems.
Provide the engineering services in support of the NSWC PHD Surveillance Radar Divisions’ role as Acquisition Engineering Agent, Software Agent, and In-Service Engineering Agent during initial production contracts, major modifications and system life cycle events.
Responsibilities may include but not limited to:
- Review and evaluate performance specifications and technical design documents for conformance to operational and contractual requirements.
recommend design improvements; review proposed design improvements, waivers, deviations and alterations for their impact on performance, reliability, maintainability, availability, man-power, quality, safety, risk and life cycle cost.
- Participate as a member of the technical review team in preparation for design reviews during all phases of system life-cycle support.
- Examine installation design and physical layout plans for reliability, ease of maintenance and suitability to perform equipment or system operational performance requirements. Review SHIPALTS for each ship class affected and assist in review/development of installation control drawings and propose changes. Ensure compliance with SHIPMAIN and all logistics elements.
- Participate in development of radar system engineering models.
Provide the acquisition services in support of the NSWC PHD Surveillance Radar Divisions’ role as Acquisition Engineering Agent, Software Agent, and In-Service Engineering Agent during initial production contracts, major modifications and system life cycle events.
Provide program management, engineering, technical, and logistics support to NSWC Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) for U. S. Navy aircraft carrier Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical (HM&E) systems and equipment.
Specifically provide support to the Refueling Complex Overhaul (RCOH) Program Managers, Fleet Program Managers and Division Head. Obtain and compile status updates from In Service Engineering Agents (ISEAs). Compile monthly expenditure reports from Technical branches. Track Government Furnished Equipment and Government Furnished Information. Assist Data Calls by compiling ISEA feedback. Track Design Liaison Action Request. Update Cost Performance Reports (CPRs) and Quarterly Performance Reviews (QPRs). Work with ISEAs in inputting Key Events & Deliverables from Plan of Actions and Milestones (POAMs) in MPM to ensure awareness of deliverables. Provide Metrics as requested. Track Modernization Requirements. Provide grammar and formatting reviews for test procedures. Support entry of information into MPM. Provide technical reports as required and support development of various deliverables and work products.
• Provide waterfront support, field engineering and detailed design and engineering support for small boats.
• Have experience in ship design, construction, planning and production and complex ship operations.
• 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.
• Work independently providing weight and moment calculations.
• Work independently providing waterfront support, field engineering and detailed design and engineering support to the small boat in-service engineering agent.
• Demonstrate experience in AutoCAD and 3D-modeling (Solid Works).
• 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.
• Inspect watercraft for structural integrity, research materials, develop work specifications and oversee repair and installation.
• 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.
Subject Matter Expert Diesel Engine Inspectors in support of COMNAVSURFPAC to provide Sailor centric deck plate training assessments reporting, analysis, recommendations, corrective actions and post-action reporting with crews as they prepare for major evolutions, certifications and inspections
- Identify performance/operational weaknesses throughout the assessment and provide training to correct identified weaknesses and improve operational readiness for Dock Landing Ships (LSDs), Amphibious Transport Docks (LPD-17s), Mine Counter Measure Ships (MCMs), Guided Missile Destroyers (DDGs), Guided Missile Cruisers (CGs), Guided Missile Frigates (FFGs), General Purpose Assault Ships (LHAs),Multiple Purpose Assault Ships (LHDs), Amphibious Command Ships (LCCs) and Amphibious Transport Docks (LPD-4s) class crews
Gryphon Technologies is seeking a Security Lead providing support to the NAVAIR, PMA-201, Effects Deployment Office (FXDO) located in Patuxent River, MD.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Provides day to day support to the assigned government security team and facility SOPs
- Creates and provides security plans
- Creates or updates security classification guides
- Accesses clearance information from government databases
- Maintains alarm and access control to the facilities classified areas
- Provide security administrative support to assigned government and industry team
- Protects classified plans, programs, meetings, and operations
- Supports classified data transfers and required reports and oversight responsibilities
- Conduct classified courier tasks and mailings, to include receipt, dispatch, and tracer activities
(1) Independently or leading a team of engineering SME's to provide relevant shipboard training tailored to an individual ship while informing schoolhouse, waterfront trainers and assessors of fleet-validated learning needs, to improve Sailor performance and enhance mission readiness, ultimately resulting in a more self-sufficient fleet.
(2) Conduct Fleet Organic Repair Capability Assessments (ORCA) to provide a baseline review of a ship’s self-sufficiency capability and fleet sustainability.
(3) Compile issue trends to target known and potential problems that are addressed by the training community.
(4) Assist S/F with troubleshooting, repairing or testing U.S. Navy ship structural, mechanical or electrical equipment/systems and U.S. Navy shipboard Gas Turbine Engines associated with propulsion and electricity generation.
(5) Independently or leading a team accomplishing material condition assessments of U.S. Navy shipboard Gas Turbine Engines associated with propulsion and electricity generation.
(6) Communicating the findings of the above troubleshooting/assessments with official reports.
(7) Provide Technical expertise during various assessment and certification evolutions, such as LOA/INSURV.
(8) As part of an onboard technical assist visit, provide ships force with on the job training (OJT).
(9) Assist with the identification of required repair parts necessary to correct system malfunctions.
(10) Troubleshooting, assessment, and oversight of repairs of U.S. Navy shipboard Gas Turbine Engines associated with propulsion and electricity generation.
Minimum Education: High school diploma or GED
Minimum Experience: Five (5) years of experience of instructional design in the ILE and five (5) years of experience in media production techniques and methods may be substituted for the active duty Navy, Navy instructor, and Navy specific ILE requirements. Five (5) years of experience as Navy instructor and achieved the title of Master Training Specialist, five (5) years of experience with instructional design for the U.S. Navy Interactive Learning Environment (ILE) and three (3) years of experience in media production techniques and methods. Experience may be gained concurrently. Graduate of military “A” or “C” schools is preferred.
Ten (10) years of military or DoD civilian practical engineering which includes the operation, test, maintenance and repair of naval ship equipment and systems. The individual shall have a minimum of two (2) years of experience working with logistics and maintenance documentation for Navy shipboard systems and equipment. Understanding of Navy hull, mechanical and electrical system assessment, validation and inspection programs is preferred. Experience may be gained concurrently.
Minimum Experience: Two (2) years of experience in the preparation of varied types of technical documentation on naval ship systems, in addition to experience in the detailed information search and interpretation of technical data in the preparation of technical documentation.
Minimum Experience: Two (2) years of experience in providing graphic design support including planning, analyzing, and creating visual solutions to communicate messages through print and electronic media. One (1) year of experience with graphic illustrations, photography, and print layout techniques using Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, premier software, or equivalent. Experience using Microsoft Office including PowerPoint or equivalent. Two (2) years of experience with knowledge of Navy programs, organizations, and functions. Experience may be gained concurrently.
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.
Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree in business from an accredited college or university.
Minimum Experience: Five (5) years of experience in logistics and navy maintenance process and programs. Experience with review and identification of logistics requirements, data collection and analysis for use in development and revision of logistics technical documentation.
- Perform as a designer and checker for major phases of marine structural design.
- Provide technical and detailed design support for a variety large and small ships.
- Prepare packages for, and conduct, periodic ship checks and develop engineering design packages for developing detailed design drawings.
- Conduct engineering design studies, analyze requirements, select standard engineering or construction techniques, procedures and specifications and designate material requirements.
- Develop basic technical, design or planning data.
- Make preliminary layouts and sketches and present technical design proposals.
Media Research Analyst, overnight
We are actively seeking people who thrive on the mechanics and nuances of media research, data gathering, and analysis to provide up-to-the-minute situational awareness of topics concerning national security and foreign policy.
Candidates will provide tailored public affairs research and analysis for a range of U.S. government and corporate clients. To include analyzing multiple open-source and news media formats (print, online, television, radio, and social) and encapsulate key information into easily consumed themes and trends to aid senior officials in their day-to-day decision-making.
Please take note of these critical items:
1. This is an anticipated opening for the Spring or Summer of 2021.
2. We provide 24 x 7 x 365 support to these clients. We seek professionals able to support our team providing overnight coverage from approximately 11 pm to 7 am, Monday - Friday, EST, along with one (1) weekend shift per month.
3. This is primarily a Remote / Telecommute position. There is initial training and subsequent 3-4 meetings per month on sitein Arlington, VA, 22202.
4. U.S. citizenship AND either an interim or active DOD issued Secret clearance 100% required.
Duties and Responsibilities
We require people with hands-on experience capturing, reviewing, analyzing, and interpreting open-source mainstream and social media coverage, as it relates to a large and complex organization. We are adamant about fresh perspectives without bias.
You will use your detailed analysis and superb communication skills (verbal and written) to prepare briefings, executive summaries, point papers, and related products.
Those with a natural curiosity in current events on a national and global level and who would consider themselves a consumer of defense and national security news will truly enjoy this opportunity.
The Systems Engineer shall perform system engineering/technical support for establishing testing, upgrading, supporting of operations systems, networks, hardware and software. The Systems Engineer will conduct Dual Band Radar System Integrated Product Support onboard CVN 78.
A highly qualified candidate will possess the following attributes:
- Experience with US Navy Power Monitoring Systems and Radar Operations
- Experience with Maintenance Planning, Provisioning, and Configuration Management
- Experience with Product Support including Supply Support, Inventory Management, and Asset Tracking
- Electronics Technician or Operational Specialists experience
The candidate will be responsible for:
- Work on a large volume of DCMA contracts closeout invoices and any related documents
- Prepare Quick closeout invoices, verify and confirm any de-obligation requests
- Upload invoices into PIEE/WAWF (Wide Area Work Flow) and resolve any payment issue
- Maintain an accurate record for projects closeout status
- Billing customers (Monthly and Bi-Weekly) as needed
- Making collection calls/cold-calling
- The role requires heavy Excel use
Gryphon Technologies provides Scientific, Engineering, Technical, and Administrative (SETA) support to the Space Development Agency (SDA).
Gryphon has an opening for an OPIR Wide Field of View engineer to provide Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) services the Space Development Agency. SDA is fielding of DoD’s future threat-driven National Defense Space Architecture. The engineer position supports the SDA’s Tracking Cell SDA’s Tracking Layer will provide global indications, warning, tracking, and targeting of advanced missile threats, including hypersonic missile systems. Experience with technical engineering expertise in spacecraft systems and payloads is highly desired.
Duties include but are not limited to:
- Providing a range of support within your area of expertise and experience to the Government Program Manager, in implementing new an ongoing Science and Technology (S&T) programs
- Engineering management of activities related to the design, procurement, development, maintenance, and closeout of the program
- Working closely with the Government team throughout the life-cycle of the program, including coordinating with the upper management of all stakeholders, to develop technical solutions and strategies
- Assisting the Government in developing new concept and program ideas
- Advising Government clients on incoming technical proposals and white papers
- Developing Concepts of Operations (CONOPS) for new capabilities and coordinating them across the affected organizations
- Reviewing and providing inputs on acquisition related documents (proposals, technical analyses, etc.)
- Tracking the progress of contracted researchers on their Government programs, including independent testing, and eventual technology transition to end users
- 10 – 15% travel may be required