About RONIN

RONIN IT Services, LLC is a leading provider of technology and creative solutions for US Government clients.


We specialize in a wide range of services including Business Process Re-engineering and Improvement, Program Management, Analytic Forensics, Cyber Incident Response and Advanced Penetration Testing, Creative Media Services, Infographic Web and User Experience Design, and IT Management Consulting services.  We offer our clients a fresh perspective and advanced technologies combined with proven processes and over 20 years of experience as business and technology consultants.  Simply put; we provide measured, creative and customizable solutions for our clients.

Founded in 2005, RONIN IT Services, LLC is a (CVE-certified) Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned (SDVOSB) small business headquartered in Leesburg, VA.  We serve clients across the federal government with a specific emphasis on National Security, Homeland Security, and Law Enforcement agencies.

Services

Business Process Reengineering

Business Process Reengineering is a response to the changes that organizations undergo over time. Often, the business processes that optimally supported the business in the past fail to meet current business needs. The deliverables of the session define processes you need to perform (workflow), the needs of each process (data, resources and quality metrics) and the results of performing the process (deliverables).

Program Management

RONIN IT Services, LLC works with project teams to integrate the technology and business issues so appropriate project management practices and change management strategies can be utilized to increase the likelihood of program success. We help our clients to achieve their business objectives on time and within budget. We do this by developing rapport with our clients, effectively managing expectations, communications and conforming to a proven and successful project methodology.

Creative Consulting

  • WEB: User Interface (UI) & User Experience Design (UX), social media, story-boarding, accessibility/508, wire-framing, information architecture development, site maps, personas, task flows, front-end web development, HTML 5, customized Javascript, Tablet and mobile development
  • GRAPHIC: branding/logo, identity design/branding campaigns, information design/infographics/data visualizations, illustration, graphic facilitation
  • INTERACTIVES: kiosks, onscreen menus, electronic displays
  • VIDEO: motion graphics, animation, commercials
  • PRINT: change/strategic communications, posters, brochures, slick sheets, business cards, collateral design, and environmental design


IT Management Consulting

IT success is defined in many ways. How well are costs being managed? Are operational service level agreements being met? Do the application systems you deliver meet client’s functional, time and quality expectation? Is there a strategy in place for the future?

Clients

Clients

Here are some of our most recent clients.

Careers

Are you ready to take your career to the next level? With RONIN you can help make a difference to the world, and get more out of your working life than you thought possible.  Our team members have opportunity to learn and develop, while growing to their fullest potential.  They work in an environment that values their ideas, diversity and contributions.

For any additional inquiries or questions, please submit resumes and cover letters to careers@roninitservices.com.

Program Management Support (PMO)

The candidate will provide multi-disciplinary support to government system acquisition program management offices and will serve as an advisor to government personnel. The candidate will work with senior government personnel on a regular basis and will frequently be called on to provide briefings and lead large meetings. Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.

The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements. The candidate will apply their acquisition program management knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will accomplish a full range of acquisition program management tasks in support of the DoD, including, but not limited to procurement, financial management and planning, systems engineering, test, production, security, contracting, and logistics for existing and future programs across the acquisition lifecycle.
  • The candidate will assist with the development and maintenance of all manner of program documentation.
  • The candidate will support the review of quotes and, as assigned by the customer, shall serve in a non-voting advisory role for program source selections.
  • The candidate will support coordination of documentation between functional organizations inside and outside DoD.
  • The candidate will support program milestone planning and preparation. The candidate will support lifecycle acquisition risk management and process improvement.
  • The candidate will support meetings internal and external to DoD.
  • The candidate will support evaluation and communication of program progress in writing, in briefings, and in discussions with DoD Program Office and higher management.
  • The candidate will develop and coordinate responses to taskers in response to internal and external program inquiries.
  • The candidate will assist in developing and managing strategic scheduling and planning documentation such as an Integrated Master Plan (IMP) and an Integrated Master Schedule (IMS).
  • The candidate will assist in developing and analyzing IMSs on ACAT I and/or ACAT II equivalent acquisition programs using Microsoft Project or other DoD-relevant scheduling tools to include: employing network software tools and capabilities to assess and report schedule performance; conduct probabilistic and deterministic Schedule Risk Assessments (SRAs) on IMSs; integrating elements of Candidate and Government schedules to account for Government dependencies.
  • The candidate will assist in supporting development and coordination of DoD 5000.02 acquisition and logistics milestone planning and reporting documentation. The candidate will assist in drafting documentation, presentation materials, and preparing staff summary packages to support acquisition milestone coordination and decisions.
  • The candidate will assist in staffing acquisition planning documentation and reports at the product center, command, or headquarters level.
  • The candidate will assist in developing and coordinating DoD 5000.02 acquisition milestone plans and associated reporting documentation for one or more ACAT I and/or ACAT II equivalent acquisition programs.
  • The candidate will assist in preparing documentation, presentation materials, and staff packages to support acquisition milestone coordination and decisions.
  • The candidate will assist in staffing acquisition planning documentation and reports at the HQ-AF and DoD levels.
  • The candidate will assist in developing and supporting senior and executive-level (O-6 and SES) briefings as well as scheduling and coordinating acquisition documents, reports, and briefings with senior Air Force and Government stakeholders.
  • The candidate will work with senior Government personnel. They must have comprehensive knowledge of office administrative and automation technology, departmental and national policy, departmental and inter-departmental administrative practices and procedures, as well as working knowledge of programmatic functions of the department and executive branch level organizations.
  • The candidate will work in direct support to senior leaders supporting workflow management processes facilitating program and administration coordination; provide advice and status on all matters related to program administrative controls and activities.

Engineering Support

The Candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The Candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their engineering knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

 Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Sensor Subject Matter Expert.

The Candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have Chief Engineer level engineering skills and credentials as well as knowledge and experience developing, integrating, testing, fielding, and supporting radar and/or electronic warfare (EW) hardware and software on an ACAT I or equivalent low observable aircraft program to include: understanding offensive radar system modes and their application to mission employment; integrating radar hardware and software components into a radar system; integrating a radar system into aircraft systems; integrating radar systems onto a low observable aircraft; and flight testing radar systems on a low observable aircraft; and/or understanding how threat information and data is used in defining EW requirements, analyzing and evaluating EW designs, and in EW mission programming; integrating EW hardware and software components into an EW system; integrating an EW system into aircraft systems; integrating EW systems onto a low observable aircraft; and flight testing EW systems on a low observable aircraft.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Manufacturing Subject Matter Expert.

The Candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have Chief Engineer level air vehicle engineering skills and credentials as well as knowledge and experience standing up manufacturing capability and producing aircraft on an ACAT I or equivalent development program to include: assisting program offices with implementing and executing manufacturing readiness assessments per the DoD Manufacturing Readiness Level Guide; Government oversight of prime contractor and subcontractor manufacturing teams; and Level III Acquisition Professional Development Program certification.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Low Orbit Aircraft Systems Engineering Subject Matter Expert.

The Candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have Chief Engineer level engineering skills and credentials as well as knowledge and experience developing ACAT I or equivalent low observable aircraft to include: establishing and executing a comprehensive, DoD compliant program systems engineering process; building and coordinating a MILHDBK-516 compliant tailored airworthiness certification criteria; and managing and executing the first flight readiness process.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Space Systems Engineering Subject Matter Expert.

The Candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have Chief Engineer level engineering skills and credentials as well as knowledge and experience developing ACAT I or equivalent space systems to include: establishing and executing a comprehensive, DoD compliant program systems engineering process; development and integration of Space Segments and Ground Segments into USAF infrastructure; and development and implementation of Interface Control Documentation for Space Systems.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Systems Architecture Subject Matter Expert.

The Candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have Chief Engineer level engineering skills and credentials as well as knowledge and experience establishing, building, fielding, and sustaining secure, trusted, core processing architectures to include: definition and development of open mission systems architecture standards; identification of weapon system information assurance boundaries and definition and approval of security controls for each boundary consistent with the Intelligence Community Directive 503 Risk Management Framework; and development and coordination of comprehensive weapon system interoperability exchange requirements.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Space System Architecture Subject Matter Expert.

The candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have Chief Engineer level engineering skills and credentials as well as knowledge and experience establishing, building, fielding, and sustaining secure, trusted, core processing and communications architectures to include: definition and development of open systems architecture standards; identification space system information assurance boundaries and definition and approval of security controls for each boundary consistent with the Intelligence Community Directive 503 Risk Management Framework; and development and coordination of comprehensive Space system interoperability requirements both internal to the system and externally to BMC2 elements.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Senior Systems Safety Technical Expert.

The Candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The Candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have system safety engineering knowledge and experience on ACAT I or equivalent aircraft development programs to include: establishing and executing program-level system safety processes consistent with MILHDBK-882; leadership of the system safety airworthiness roles and responsibilities consistent with MIL-HDBK-516; and leadership of the system safety OSS&E roles and responsibilities consistent with AFMCI 63-1201; organizing and leading a system safety review board.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Senior Electronic Warfare Technical Expert.

The candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The Candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have electronic warfare engineering knowledge and experience on ACAT I or equivalent aircraft development programs to include: knowledge and experience with the design, development, integration, test, and sustainment all varieties of electronic warfare equipment and countermeasures; at least an additional five 5 years of experience developing and integrating electronic warfare systems onto low observable aircraft; an expert knowledge of RF antenna, receiver, and transmitter modeling and analysis using tools such as MATLAB and EXCEL; an expert knowledge of threat radar systems to include RF signal processing designs and techniques; and an understanding of electronic warfare intelligence data systems and databases and how they are used in programming/reprogramming electronic warfare systems.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

 Composite Materials Subject Matter Expert.

The candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The Candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have composites materials engineering knowledge and experience on ACAT I or equivalent aircraft development programs to include: research, design, development, and certification of composite airframe structures; development of building block structural development test programs to validate strength, durability, and damage tolerance of bonded composites structures; and industry experience with qualification, fabrication, and nondestructive inspection of composite materials.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Senior Information Assurance Technical Expert.

The candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The Candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have Information Assurance knowledge and experience on ACAT I or equivalent development programs to include: evaluation of system security and information assurance requirements consistent with the Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 6/3, Joint Air Force, Army, Navy (JAFAN) 6/3, Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 8510.01, and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 800-53; reviewing, analyzing, and assessing systems configurations/architectures to identify security, safety, and mission critical functions/components and critical program information (CPI); development of system security and information assurance documentation consistent with the standards above to support system certification and accreditation as well as interim authority, and authority to operate, decisions; analyzing and identifying system, subsystem, and component vulnerabilities to determine applicable controls, testing, and other potential information assurance solutions and safeguards consistent with the NIST 800-53 Risk Management Framework.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Senior Subsystems Technical Expert.

The candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The Candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have aircraft subsystems engineering knowledge and experience on ACAT I or equivalent aircraft development programs to include: knowledge and experience with the design, development, integration, test, and sustainment of aircraft subsystems equipment and software; at least and additional five 5 years of experience developing and integrating aircraft subsystems onto low observable aircraft; and an expert knowledge of development, integration, and test of aircraft fuel, power, and landing gear subsystems.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Senior Space Subsystem Integration Technical Expert.

The candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The Candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have engineering knowledge and experience on ACAT I or equivalent space development programs managing payload and/or subsystem integration to include: knowledge and experience with the design, development, integration, test, and sustainment of ground equipment and software and/or space segment payloads and software; and an additional five 5 years’ experience with managing the development and integration of ground equipment or payloads for a space system.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Senior Flight Systems Technical Expert.

The candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have flight systems engineering knowledge and experience on ACAT I or equivalent aircraft development programs to include: knowledge and experience with the design, development, integration, test, and sustainment of aircraft flight systems software and equipment; at least and additional five 5 years of experience developing and integrating flight systems onto low observable aircraft; and an expert knowledge of development, integration, and test of flight systems software and hardware using tools such as an iron bird as well as on-aircraft testing.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Journeyman Software Development Technical Expert.

The candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have mission system software development and integration engineering knowledge and experience on ACAT I or equivalent development programs to include: knowledge and experience with software coding processes and tools; at least an additional five 5 years of hardware/software integration and test experience in mission system subsystem and system-level labs, and on-aircraft flight testing; experience categorizing, tracking, and resolving software problems at all levels of development and integration; and experience with software and system integration planning.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Avionics Subject Matter Expert.

The candidate will provide multi-disciplinary engineering support and will apply knowledge and experience in engineering principles, criteria, and procedures to Air Force systems, subsystems, and equipment procurement activities, post award project/program management tasks, and acquisition programs throughout their life cycles. The candidate will provide products and services as described below in execution of its engineering support mission.  The candidate will apply their knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.  The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements.

The candidate will have skills and credentials as well as knowledge and experience developing, integrating, testing, fielding, and supporting aircraft avionics hardware and software on an ACAT I or equivalent low observable aircraft program to include: understanding offensive and defensive avionics systems and their application to mission employment; integrating sensors, communications, displays, processing, and navigation hardware and software components into an aircraft avionics system; integrating avionics systems into aircraft systems; integrating avionics systems onto a low observable aircraft; and flight testing avionics systems on a low observable aircraft.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.
  • The candidate will assist with execution of the USAF Airworthiness process per MILHDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.
  • The candidate will support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.
  • The candidate will support requirements development, allocation, and verification.
  • The candidate will support review and evaluation of DoD’s system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.
  • The candidate will gather and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.
  • The candidate will support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.
  • The candidate will analyze equipment and software performance deficiencies make recommendations for corrective actions.
  • The candidate will support development of contract and documentation changes and updates.
  • The candidate will support source selections in a technical advisory role as requested.

Configuration and Data Management Support

The candidate will support all aspects of applicable commercial, DoD 5000.02, and associated USAF configuration management/data management (CM/DM) processes and policies across the acquisition lifecycle.  The candidate will work with senior government personnel on a regular basis and will frequently be called on to provide briefings and lead large meetings.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.

The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements. The candidate will apply their acquisition program management knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support all aspects of configuration control, data management, and deficiency reporting for an ACAT I equivalent programs from technology development through final disposition of the system.
  • The candidate will support implementation of government and DoD-adopted industry CM/DM policies for requirements management, document management, change management, production and delivery, and configuration management of the performance, functional, and physical baselines over the programs life cycle.
  • The candidate will support planning, execution, and participate in program design reviews, technical meetings, and working groups as applicable to provide configuration management perspectives and resolve any configuration management issues.
  • The candidate will support the analyses of the impacts of the configuration management change process on lifecycle sustainment.
  • The candidate will participate on government and industry teams to resolve program configuration management issues.
  • The candidate will support development and coordination of program configuration and data management requirements.
  • The candidate will support program data management tasks to include creating and maintaining Engineering Data Management Plans and Engineering Data Activity Files as well as planning and executing Engineering Data Guidance Conferences and In-Process Reviews (IPRs) of engineering drawings.
  • The candidate will support development and review of configuration control and data management relevant requirements and products.
  • The candidate will support all aspects of the deficiency reporting, management, and closure across the acquisition lifecycle.

Senior Engineering Data Management Officer

The candidate will have ACAT 1 or equivalent program data management experience preparing, updating, and maintaining Engineering Data Management Plans; establishing and maintaining Engineering Data Activity Files; and providing technical support for preparation and conduct of Engineering Data Guidance Conferences and In-Process Reviews (IPRs) of engineering drawings. The candidate will have knowledge of and experience creating and processing requests and tracking for nomenclature and Computer Program Identification Numbers (CPINs).

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.

The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements. The candidate will apply their acquisition program management knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support all aspects of configuration control, data management, and deficiency reporting for an ACAT I equivalent programs from technology development through final disposition of the system.
  • The candidate will support implementation of government and DoD-adopted industry CM/DM policies for requirements management, document management, change management, production and delivery, and configuration management of the performance, functional, and physical baselines over the programs life cycle.
  • The candidate will support planning, execution, and participate in program design reviews, technical meetings, and working groups as applicable to provide configuration management perspectives and resolve any configuration management issues.
  • The candidate will support the analyses of the impacts of the configuration management change process on lifecycle sustainment.
  • The candidate will participate on government and industry teams to resolve program configuration management issues.
  • The candidate will support development and coordination of program configuration and data management requirements.
  • The candidate will support program data management tasks to include creating and maintaining Engineering Data Management Plans and Engineering Data Activity Files as well as planning and executing Engineering Data Guidance Conferences and In-Process Reviews (IPRs) of engineering drawings.
  • The candidate will support development and review of configuration control and data management relevant requirements and products.
  • The candidate will support all aspects of the deficiency reporting, management, and closure across the acquisition lifecycle.

Senior Deficiency Reporting Manager

The candidate will have ACAT 1 or equivalent program deficiency reporting (DR) experience to include preparing, updating, and monitoring entries to the Joint Deficiency Reporting System (JDRS) or similar system; establishing and maintaining DR/Material Improvement Project (MIP) files and databases; planning and conduct of MIP Review Board meetings; responding to inquiries from field units and Contractors; and managing and reporting on DR status and trends. The candidate will have experience with tools and processes used to track DRs, hardware and software problem reports, and integration and test problem reports across the acquisition lifecycle.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.

The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements. The candidate will apply their acquisition program management knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support all aspects of configuration control, data management, and deficiency reporting for an ACAT I equivalent programs from technology development through final disposition of the system.
  • The candidate will support implementation of government and DoD-adopted industry CM/DM policies for requirements management, document management, change management, production and delivery, and configuration management of the performance, functional, and physical baselines over the programs life cycle.
  • The candidate will support planning, execution, and participate in program design reviews, technical meetings, and working groups as applicable to provide configuration management perspectives and resolve any configuration management issues.
  • The candidate will support the analyses of the impacts of the configuration management change process on lifecycle sustainment.
  • The candidate will participate on government and industry teams to resolve program configuration management issues.
  • The candidate will support development and coordination of program configuration and data management requirements.
  • The candidate will support program data management tasks to include creating and maintaining Engineering Data Management Plans and Engineering Data Activity Files as well as planning and executing Engineering Data Guidance Conferences and In-Process Reviews (IPRs) of engineering drawings.
  • The candidate will support development and review of configuration control and data management relevant requirements and products.
  • The candidate will support all aspects of the deficiency reporting, management, and closure across the acquisition lifecycle.

Journeyman Configuration Data Manager

The candidate will have ACAT 1 or equivalent program experience implementing government and DoD-adopted industry CM/DM policies to accomplish requirements management, change management, deficiency reporting, production and delivery, and data management against the performance, functional, and physical baselines over the acquisition life cycle. The candidate will have configuration control experience managing program documentation, program records, program history, meeting minutes and action items, quotes, deviations, and waivers. The candidate will have experience preparing for and executing program technical reviews and functional and physical configuration audits. The candidate will have experience organizing and operating Configuration Control Boards and Business Management Boards or their equivalents. The candidate will have experience with configuration status accounting databases Contractor data substantiation. The candidate will have experience; preparing, reviewing, and obtaining approval of contract data requirements lists and requests for nomenclature and Computer Program Identification Numbers.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.

The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements. The candidate will apply their acquisition program management knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will support all aspects of configuration control, data management, and deficiency reporting for an ACAT I equivalent programs from technology development through final disposition of the system.
  • The candidate will support implementation of government and DoD-adopted industry CM/DM policies for requirements management, document management, change management, production and delivery, and configuration management of the performance, functional, and physical baselines over the programs life cycle.
  • The candidate will support planning, execution, and participate in program design reviews, technical meetings, and working groups as applicable to provide configuration management perspectives and resolve any configuration management issues.
  • The candidate will support the analyses of the impacts of the configuration management change process on lifecycle sustainment.
  • The candidate will participate on government and industry teams to resolve program configuration management issues.
  • The candidate will support development and coordination of program configuration and data management requirements.
  • The candidate will support program data management tasks to include creating and maintaining Engineering Data Management Plans and Engineering Data Activity Files as well as planning and executing Engineering Data Guidance Conferences and In-Process Reviews (IPRs) of engineering drawings.
  • The candidate will support development and review of configuration control and data management relevant requirements and products.
  • The candidate will support all aspects of the deficiency reporting, management, and closure across the acquisition lifecycle.

Intelligence Support

The candidate will perform a wide range of analytical tasks described in this section of the PWS in support of the U.S. AIR FORCE. The candidate will identify the people, relationships, and organizations that seek to expose or undermine sensitive U.S. Air Force technologies and weapons systems. The candidate will creatively leverage their technical subject matter expertise and experience in whole-of-government operations to prevent our nation’s adversaries from gaining technical or intelligence insights into U.S. Air Force warfighting capabilities. The candidate will solve a broad range of complex program security dilemmas in a highly dynamic environment, using your ability to quickly assimilate technical details to exploit foreign intelligence collection methodologies.

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will assist in researching relevant sources for information on foreign intelligence targets.
  • The candidate will develop query strategies to obtain relevant research information.
  • The candidate will analyze foreign threat intelligence.
  • The candidate will assess validity and relevance of foreign intelligence.
  • The candidate will profile foreign targets and their activities.
  • The candidate will produce intelligence briefings that address customer information needs.
  • The candidate will perform target discovery by developing strategies to obtain new information and sources for intelligence.
  • The candidate will monitor target data for changes or anomalies.
  • The candidate will navigate common Intelligence Community analytic tools and databases.

Specialized Knowledge, Experience, and Qualifications Required. In addition to the knowledge and experience outlined in the labor categories defined above, the candidate will also have the specialized intelligence knowledge, experience, and qualifications defined below.

Senior Intelligence Analyst.

Specialized experience shall include managerial experience in managing a contract with the Government, and a range of related subject matter expertise in one or more areas of critical thinking and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) program/project areas. Expertise sought in these areas includes: training, research, business process improvement, policy development, financial analysis, automated systems development / analysis / implementation, federal Government project or program managements, federal statutes and regulations, and contract management. Proposed personnel for this position shall have a minimum of ten years’ prior experience in one of more of the Service Operational Level (see below) and have demonstrated expertise supporting US military operations as a service member, Government civilian, or Government Contractor as well as have proven senior military operations or intelligence analysis subject matter expertise. Persons in this position must have experience and demonstrated expertise in using Government classified networks, applications, and databases. Additionally, personnel must have a demonstrated experience working with multiple organizations in management roles directing the work of personnel in multiple functional areas. Experience as a second level supervisor is acceptable, including making personnel and resource allocation decisions as well as having experience providing advice and expertise directly to key, top level managers and decision makers. Personnel must have at least 5 years of experience in managing contract for Government customers to include responsibility for planning, coordinating and making decisions on costs, technical approach, schedules, performance metrics, quality control, and personnel management.

Service Operational Level Definition

Service Combat Arms:

United States Army – 11 series (infantry), 12 series (combat engineer), 13 series (field artillery), 14 series (air Defense artillery), 15 series (aviation), 18 series (special forces), and 19 series (armor / armored cavalry)

United States Marine Corps – 03 series (infantry), 08 series (field artillery), 13 series (combat engineer), 18 series (armor), 73 series (naval flight officer), and 75 series (pilot)

United States Air Force – 11 series (aviators), 12 series (aviation navigators), 13D (combat rescue officer), 13N (nuclear missiles operations), and 1C2X1 (combat controllers)

United States Navy – 111X series (surface warfare), 112X series (sub-surface warfare), 113X series (naval special warfare), 114X series (explosive ordnance disposal), 131X series (pilot), and 132X series (naval flight officer)

All Source Intelligence Analysis:

  • IMINT (imagery analysis)
  • SIGINT (signals intelligence) o ELINT (electronic intelligence)

o FISINT (foreign instrumentation signals intelligence)

o COMINT (communications intelligence)

  • MASINT (measurement and signature intelligence)
  • OSINT (open source intelligence)

Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will assist in researching relevant sources for information on foreign intelligence targets.
  • The candidate will develop query strategies to obtain relevant research information.
  • The candidate will analyze foreign threat intelligence.
  • The candidate will assess validity and relevance of foreign intelligence.
  • The candidate will profile foreign targets and their activities.
  • The candidate will produce intelligence briefings that address customer information needs.
  • The candidate will perform target discovery by developing strategies to obtain new information and sources for intelligence.
  • The candidate will monitor target data for changes or anomalies.
  • The candidate will navigate common Intelligence Community analytic tools and databases.

Journeyman Intelligence Analyst

Specialized experience shall include the ability to generate intelligence from data and information derived from multiple all source intelligence disciplines, to include HUMINT (human intelligence), SIGINT (signals intelligence), COMINT (communications intelligence), IMINT (imagery intelligence), MASINT (measurement and signature intelligence), OSINT (open source intelligence), targeting analysis, and collection management. Senior intelligence analysts shall have experience with specific networks (i.e. JWICS, SIPR, NIPR) to identify vulnerabilities.

Candidates who possess Service Operational experience or Service Combat Arms, will have the following in their background.

  • United States Army – 11 series (infantry), 12 series (combat engineer), 13 series (field artillery), 14 series (air Defense artillery), 15 series (aviation), 18 series (special forces), and 19 series (armor / armored cavalry)
  • United States Marine Corps – 03 series (infantry), 08 series (field artillery), 13 series (combat engineer), 18 series (armor), 73 series (naval flight officer), and 75 series (pilot)
  • United States Air Force – 11 series (aviators), 12 series (aviation navigators), 13D (combat rescue officer), 13N (nuclear missiles operations), and 1C2X1 (combat controllers)
  • United States Navy – 111X series (surface warfare), 112X series (sub-surface warfare), 113X series (naval special warfare), 114X series (explosive ordnance disposal), 131X series (pilot), and 132X series (naval flight officer)

All Source Intelligence Analysis:

  • IMINT (imagery analysis)
  • SIGINT (signals intelligence) o ELINT (electronic intelligence)

o FISINT (foreign instrumentation signals intelligence)

o COMINT (communications intelligence)

  • MASINT (measurement and signature intelligence)
  • OSINT (open source intelligence)

Specifically, the candidate must have 5 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.

Required Skills

  • The candidate will assist in researching relevant sources for information on foreign intelligence targets.
  • The candidate will develop query strategies to obtain relevant research information.
  • The candidate will analyze foreign threat intelligence.
  • The candidate will assess validity and relevance of foreign intelligence.
  • The candidate will profile foreign targets and their activities.
  • The candidate will produce intelligence briefings that address customer information needs.
  • The candidate will perform target discovery by developing strategies to obtain new information and sources for intelligence.
  • The candidate will monitor target data for changes or anomalies.
  • The candidate will navigate common Intelligence Community analytic tools and databases.

Information Technology (IT)/Assurance Specialist

 The candidate will assist the Information Technology / Assurance office by working within Special Access Programs (SAPs) supporting Department of Defense (DOD), Headquarters United States Air Force. The position will provide “day-to-day” direct support for Collateral, Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI), and Special Access Program (SAP) networks.

Specifically, the candidate must have 8-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.

 Required Skills

  • The candidate will maintain network and standalone servers, workstations, network access, Security Monitoring Systems and system documentation as required.
  • The candidate will analyze and troubleshoot system anomalies to ensure optimum performance.
  • The candidate will prepare systems for operational use and support operational tests.
  • The candidate will identify AIS vulnerabilities and implement countermeasures.
  • The candidate will ensure AIS and network nodes are operated, maintained, and disposed of in accordance with security policies and practices.
  • The candidate will perform VTC System administration, scheduling, & configuration as needed.
  • The candidate will provide network direct client support.
  • The candidate will provide account creations, modifications, & deletions.
  • The candidate will provide direct multi-level Help Desk support & troubleshooting of all hardware and software.
  • The candidate will perform Hardware/Software System Configuration, upgrades and modifications.
  • The candidate will provide desktop and laptop configuration and support.

Mid-level Acquisition Analyst

Education: MS or MA degree is desired. BA or BS degree is required.

Basic Experience: 5-10 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements.

DAWIA or FAC-Contracting Certification Level III is desired.

Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access and Full Scope or Counterintelligence Polygraph (ISSA) at the time of award of this contract.

Specialized Experience: Possess in-depth knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), intelligence program-specific regulations, and demonstrated intelligence program experience with acquisition streamlining initiatives and reforms. The Mid-level Acquisition Analyst has practical knowledge of the various acquisition approaches to include full and open competition, cost-plus and fixed-price contracts, Government-Wide Agency Contracts and blanket purchase agreements and can formulate the appropriate documentation for the various approaches. Must have experience in leading and managing other acquisition professionals and has demonstrated outstanding organization skills and excellent communications skills. Experience in handling large and complex procurements in a variety of industries from procurement planning through contract execution. Demonstrated experience offering recommendations to a National Intelligence Program regarding strategies for major acquisitions, establishment of organizational industry partnerships, and risk management strategies.  They must have expertise in all life-cycle phases of contracting, from pre-award requirement generation to post-award contract administration. Experience using PRISM for preparing and processing procurement request is a must. Demonstrated experience working on classified intelligence budgets and programs is required.

Duties: Performs strategic planning on acquisition approaches, especially for complex and first-time procurements. Participates in the planning of complex procurements and develop associated contract documentation. Reduces technical requirements into logical frameworks and unambiguous specifications.

Mid-level Budget and Financial Analyst

Education: BA or BS degree is required. An advanced degree is desired, but experience can be substituted for twelve years of experience supporting a large and complex classified intelligence program is acceptable. Certified Government/Department of Defense Financial Manager (CGFM/CDFM) is desired.

Basic Experience: 5-10 years of financial management experience is desired. Seven years of experience supporting a large and complex classified intelligence program is acceptable.

Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access and Full Scope or Counterintelligence Polygraph (ISSA) at the time of award of this contract.

Specialized Experience: Providing knowledge of the federal budget cycle to support and providing direct interface with program offices and OPE leadership on matters pertaining to organizational funding, (prior, current and out years). Assist in synchronizing procedures used by the agency in allocating funds. Display knowledge of and be proficient in intelligence agency’s Resource Allocation Plan (RAP) as it relates to the multi-year budget requirements. Possess a thorough knowledge of Federal financial management and budget policies and reporting requirements.  Desired demonstration of experience working on National Intelligence Program (NIP) appropriations.  Experience using PRISM for preparing and processing funding requests and using Momentum to track funding is desired but not required. Experience working on a classified budget is required.

Duties: Assist with the preparation of a monthly financial status briefing that provides past, current and projected financial status for the current and future years. Review Momentum Financial Reports for commitments, obligations and gaps in data needed by the OPE leadership. Assist with financial planning advice and guidance on matters affecting the organization. Act as action officer support for budget analysis and execution activities. Provide budget execution subject matter expert support in accordance with all regulatory guidance in developing spend-plans and tracking status of funds by program and activity.  Provide support by monitoring, researching, coordinating, and responding to data calls and audit requirements; conducting daily, weekly and monthly reporting on and verification of status-of-funds. Assist with monitoring, coordinating, and responding to all formal request for financial data from Congress (Questions for the Record (QFR)) and (ODNI). Assist with monitoring the financial status of intelligence programs using Momentum, to include the analysis and tracking of funds obligations and expenditures and the commitment of all contracting/Purchase Request (PR) actions. Assist with estimated costs-to-completion on contracting actions where appropriate. Be proficient with both Appropriation and Fiscal Law and the proper use of authorized and appropriated funds. Assist the OPE’s staff working with leaders formulating spend plans and tracking execution of commitments and obligations. Must be able to formulate spend plans, prepare monthly execution reports, variance report, status of funds reports, and multi-year planning of personnel.  Contractor is required to have knowledge of the various types of financial data needed and inputted into OPE’s Resource Management Decision-Making Tools to generate financial management reports.

Mid-level Financial IT System Analyst

Education: MS or MA degree is desired. BA or BS degree is required. Project Management Professional (PMP) certification strongly desired.

Basic Experience: 5-10 years of experience.

Top Secret level clearance with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access and Full Scope or Counterintelligence Polygraph (ISSA) at the time of award of this contract.

Specialized Experience: Providing technical and managerial expertise in the design and fielding of a Financial Management System that links finance and human capital resources together in one system.  Provide subject matter expertise in software development, integration, methodologies, Visual Basic for Applications, and MS Access and SQL. Applies process improvement and reengineering methodologies and principles to conduct process modernization projects building desktop applications to automate financial and human capital data processing, reporting and retrieval. Ability to serve as a key advisor to the government lead coordinating multiple OPE program offices to ensure accurate enterprise-wide data coordination and management, application development and integration, and continuous system reengineering and expansion effort. Possess a thorough knowledge of Federal financial and accounting systems and current technological environments such as the Internet, Client/Server, and Object-Oriented related systems. Capable of assessing products and procedures for compliance with government standards, accounting principles, internal controls, and multi-tiered system application standards. In-depth knowledge of database architectures, object-oriented design, software coding, and systems implementation. Experience working with classified budgets and programs required.

Duties: Supports a team of financial system analysts in optimizing and automating complex business practices given deadlines and milestones specified by the client. Directs the gathering of user requirements and translating them into workable automated solutions. Supports process modeling exercises and analysis efforts, data process analysis, internal control and risk management tests. Assists government in establishing standards for data models, report generation/presentation, developing graphical user interfaces and software design, and writing user standard operating processes and procedures. Develops and applies organization-wide information technology modeling linking organization structure and personnel components to expenditure centers. Provides management of financial system analyst working to improve financial system. Provides financial system user training. Develops automate business processes and integrate technology to generate reports and forms, share charts and graphs, and use Microsoft SharePoint, Access, Excel and Word as a graphical user interface. Identify systems requirements and a project plan to upgrade the Resource Management Decision-Making Tool (RMDT) with a robust database capable of handling multiple users proving data input and report retrieval at the same time.

Mid-level Budget and Contract Management Analyst

Education: BA or BS degree required. An advanced degree is desired, but experience can be substituted.

Certified Government/Department of Defense Financial Manager (CGFM/CDFM) or Certified Professional/Federal Contract Manager (CPCM/CFCM) desired but not required.

Basic Experience: 5-7 years of budget and contract management experience.

Top Secret level clearance with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access and Full Scope or Counterintelligence Polygraph (ISSA) at the time of award of this contract.

Specialized Experience: Providing budget and contract expertise support on National Intelligence Program (NIP) tracking funding commitments and obligations, budget execution, and contract management. Possess a thorough knowledge of federal financial and budget policies and budget reporting. Experience using PRISM for preparing and processing contract closeout and de-obligations and using Financial Management System to track funding is a must. Experience assisting with conducting contract program reviews is desired. Experience processing Intra-Governmental Payment and Collection (IPAC) is desired. Experienced working with classified budgets and programs required.

Duties: Serves as a member of a team of budget and contract management analysts working in concert with OPE’s Budget/Acquisition Branch and Program Office’s. Must be able to grasp interrelationships between budget and contract management requirements. Ensure that tasks are completed in the time frame specified by the client and assists in the preparation of status reports and presentations. Should be familiar using automation to process contract management. Assist with monitoring the financial status of programs using Momentum, to include the analysis and tracking of funds obligations and expenditures and all contracting/Purchase Requisition actions. Initiate documentation to de-obligate and/or close-out expiring program requirements. Assist with estimated costs-to-completion on contracting actions where appropriate. Be proficient with both Appropriation and Fiscal Law and the proper use of NIP appropriations. Assist with reporting contract status, to include the analysis and tracking of funds. Assist with planning, prepare and drafting contract program review briefings to include coordinating with the responsible program office. Periodically prepare program briefings as required for OPE’s Mid-level leadership. Prepare supporting documentation for the Program Office requirements. Provide historical data on OPE’s ability to meet the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Accelerated and Prompt Payment policy on invoice payments to small business.

Financial IT System Analyst

Education: BA or BS degree required.

Basic Experience: Five years of combined financial management and systems engineering experience.

Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access, at the time of award of this contract.

Specialized Experience: Provide subject matter expertise in software development, integration, methodologies, Visual Basic for Applications, and SQL. Applies process improvement and reengineering methodologies and principles to conduct process modernization projects building desktop applications to automate financial and human capital data processing, reporting and retrieval. Ability to serve as an advisor to the government lead coordinating multiple OPE program offices to ensure accurate enterprise-wide data coordination and management, application

AWS Solutions Architect:  Project performs technical planning, systems integration, verification and validation, cost and risk, and supportability and effectiveness analysis for total system.  Analysis is performed at all levels of total system products to include:  concept, design, fabrication, test, installation, operation, maintenance and disposal.  Ensures the logical and systematic conversation of customer or product requirements into total systems solutions that acknowledge technical, schedule, and cost constraints.  Performs functional analysis, timeline analysis, detail trade studies, requirements allocation and interface definition studies to translate customer requirements into hardware and software specifications.

The Systems Engineering & Technical Assistance (SETA) will be a member of the End-to-End systems engineering team responsible for system readiness reviews throughout its lifecycle.  The team is responsible for working closely with the development teams to understand the requirements, review segment level test scenarios and test reports, and provide an oversight into the final design reviews and recommendation to move the system throughout its milestones to be used by the customer.  The individual may also maintain/develop associated requirements and interface documents for the program and assist in developing/reviewing Acquisition Strategies and Acquisition Packages; Request for Changes (RFCs); Statement of Works (SOWs); Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs), and development contracts. They will also track project execution, identify and mitigate project risk, brief senior government customers, and work collaboratively in a multi-contractor, FFRDC and government environment.

 

Direct Duties:  The Clairvoyant Ops Systems Engineer will have a high visibility role with the customer and provide end-to-end systems engineering, working with the customer to configure hands-on Proof of Concept capabilities within Amazon Web Services (AWS). An interest in real-world application is a must and a background in network security is helpful, but not required.  Duties include participating in Technical Engineering Meetings (TEMs) with acquisition entities, working collaboratively in a multi-contractor/FFRDC environment, and participating in acquisition milestone reviews.  Background and/or interest in ITIL, DevOps, IC ITE, cloud computing and SIGINT security are all a plus!

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

 1) Active TS/SCI clearance with Poly
2) Bachelor’s (or equivalent) in Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems, Math, or related scientific or technical discipline with 8 – 10 yrs of experience, or a Master’s with 6 – 8 yrs of experience.
3) Domain experience in Intelligence Community (IC), Department of Defense (DoD), or Commercial IT programs
4) Excellent written and oral communication skills, ability to facilitate meetings with multi-organizational stakeholders, understanding explicit and implicit deliverables
5) Proficiency applying SE&I (e.g., processes, mission needs engineering & analysis and I/F definition, project planning/IMS, IV&V, and transition, risk and readiness management)
6) Self-starter, proactive in responding to customer needs, ability to work independently and within team environments
7) Strong attention to detail
8) Ability to relate professionally with customers and colleagues
9) Ability to operate in an extremely dynamic environment
10) Responsible, reliable and flexible
11) Passion for learning and knowledge transfer

 

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS-

1) Bachelor or Master degrees in Systems Engineering, Computer Science, Engineering or other Information Technology disciplines
2) SE&I experience working with Geospatial/GEOINT or SIGINT capabilities, systems, segments, services, architecture, analysis, capability implementation, process experience
3) Experience with security controls and/or SIGINT security a plus
4) Development experience with cloud software design, development, deployment and/or operations (DevOps within Intelligence Community preferred)
5) Information Systems Security Engineering (ISSE) background with cloud experience is a plus
6) Acquisition experience within a DoD environment is a plus
7) Prior experience, or current interest, with Cloud Services (AWS certification preferred)
8) Exposure to Intelligence Community IT Enterprise (IC ITE) service offerings and service adoption
9) Ability to lead and influence

Security Administrator:  Security Administrators perform a vital administrative security support function by providing direct access control to secure areas; ensuring consistent and efficient processing and distribution of security-related documentation; the maintenance and monitoring of calendar schedules; monitoring suspense items; conducting document quality reviews; scheduling presentation of special taskings; accepting deliveries of classified and unclassified materials (reports, presentations, etc); and, the management and administration of supporting databases.

Security Assistants provide administrative support across all functional areas to assure the maintenance of records and files, the preparation and distribution of mail, correspondence, reports, and other documents, and the maintenance of a suspense date file. These efforts include the development, review, analysis, and preparation of ad hoc reports, spreadsheets, charts, graphs, and narratives.

Duties include, but not limited to:

  • Generate and maintain databases that reflect receipt, storage, inventory and disposition of information including data entry, updates, and generation of reports.
  • Maintain and document personnel security accesses, to include databases for all collateral, SAP, and SCI personnel, and conduct indoctrination and debriefings as required.
  • Assist in reviewing customer security regulations and procedures and create and facilitate methods of implementation within assigned work areas/technology offices.
  • Assist with implementing the Security Education Awareness training program and develop security education bulletins, directives, security plans, procedures and controls as required.
  • Prepare and protect security files, records, and other information.
  • Support and execute personnel security functions associated with the SAP Nomination Process (SAP NP).
  • Process SAP NP forms and Program Access Requests (PARs) within 7 business days of receipt.
  • Ensure SAP NP forms and PARs requiring SAPCO coordination/approval are staffed to the SAPCO PERSEC specialist with supporting justification within 7 business days of receipt.
  • Update SILVERADO and JADE, as applicable, within 3 business days of receipt of an approved PAR and within 1 duty day of a successful indoctrination of personnel to a SAP compartment.
  • Perform entry, exit, visitor processing, and escorting for day-to-day operations as well as conferences hosted in the DARPA Conference Center or other mutually supported facilities.
  • Conduct end-of-day security checks and perform other security administrative functions as requested.
  • Provide day-to-day access control management of supported facilities and maintain supported facilities and conference rooms.
  • Coordinate with other DARPA security offices, organizations, and personnel in support of mission requirements.
  • Recurring and nonrecurring correspondence, reports, and other documentation.
  • Establish, update, and develop inclusive administrative office processes and procedures.
  • Gather information, verify facts, and assemble background materials, reference material, and reports for Agency leadership / executive level meetings and conferences.
  • For select positions, maintain and follow-up on suspense records for coordination, action, or suspense dates.
  • For select positions, schedule and track the calendar for appointments, meetings, and travel, to include use of the Defense Travel Service (DTS) System.

Required Qualifications:

  • Experience with security management of Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) / Special Access Program Facility (SAPF).
  • Possess excellent research and data-gathering skills with an ability to interpret/analyze complex information within operational Research & Development (R&D) / S&T environments.
  • Possess the energy, experience, and subject matter expertise to demonstrate sound judgment, foresight and problem solving skills in a fast-pace S&T RDT&E environment.
  • Possess excellent organizational and communication skills; demonstrating an ability to communicate, interact easily and effectively with a wide variety of individuals and echelons in both written and verbal forms.

Desired Qualifications:

  •  Minimum of active Top Secret (TS)
  • TS/SCI strongly desired
  • Subject to a random counter-intelligence scope polygraphs as a condition of access eligibility.

General Developer:  Work in a fast-paced environment in support of a defense client. Work on multiple projects and use agile development techniques. Ramp up quickly on new technologies and programming languages, as needed, and support design reviews and documentation creation for software under development and integration and testing of developed software. Use the most common programming languages, including Java, HTML/HMTL5, CSS, JavaScript, Maven, Apache Tools, Mongo DB, Oracle DB, and Neo4j. Work with a team of experienced software developers with diverse technical backgrounds who are excited by new technologies and driven to solve difficult problems and implement novel solutions to complex environment. Gain opportunities for professional and technological growth, interesting and challenging work, and exposure to government clients in a collaborative work environment.

  • 3+ years of experience with broad technology delivery, including custom Web solutions development
  • 3+ years of experience with Java development, including JavaEE technologies, such as Spring, Angular js, Neo4j
  • 3+ years of experience with Web-based development, including HTML, Java, JavaScript, and CSS
  • Experience with SDLC and Agile methodologies
  • Experience with Web services technologies (i.e. Extensible Markup Language (XML))
  • Experience with various technologies: Apache Tools, SQL, Mongo DB, Oracle RDBMS, and Maven
  • Must hold a Security+ Certification
  • Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Possession of excellent analytical and troubleshooting skills
  • BS degree in CS or an IT-related field preferred
  • Active TOP SECRET with SCI clearance

Help Desk with SharePoint and General Development Experience: Ability to troubleshoot web based applications and SharePoint. Experience in front/backend java and SharePoint development. SharePoint Knowledge: Able to create new and modify existing list, libraries, views, and dashboards. Manage and troubleshoot user access.  Create/troubleshoot SharePoint workflows. Able to alter Front-end customization (SharePoint Designer, XSL, JavaScript, CSS). Experience in user training (list/library management, personal views, managing permissions). General Development Knowledge:  Experience with modifying and/or implementing the following technologies: java, javascript, Maven, Apache Tools, NEO4j and Mongo DB. Understanding of Spring and Angular js is a plus.

  • 3+ years of experience with developing java based application and SharePoint development
  • 1 to 3 years of Intelligence Community experience
  • Experience with SharePoint 2007, 2010 and/or 2013 site management
  • Ability to perform at a high level in fast-paced environments
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Possession of excellent analytical and troubleshooting skills
  • BS degree in CS or an IT-related field preferred
  • Active TOP SECRET with SCI clearance

Quality Assurance Software Tester with General Development Experience: Maintain responsibility for the testing of a large, Web-based application. Learn new system requirements to be incorporated into each software release, update existing test scripts, write new test scripts based on change requests and defects, and execute test scripts to ensure the application is fully compliant with specifications. Perform various levels of software testing, including smoke testing, functional testing, and regression testing, such as scripted and non-scripted. Work with other testers and developers to troubleshoot application and reports defects and provide input into testing activities and system defects.

  • 2+ years of experience as a software tester performing smoke testing and functional testing in the software development life cycle
  • Knowledge of essential software testing principles
  • Ability to work productively as part of an integrated team
  • Experience with Web-based development, including HTML, Java, JavaScript, and CSS
  • Knowledge of jQuery, SQL, Mongo DB, Oracle RDBMS, and Maven
  • Experience with JIRA for test case management is a plus
  • Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Possession of excellent analytical and troubleshooting skills
  • BS degree in CS or an IT-related field preferred
  • Hold a current Security+ Certification is a plus
  • Active TOP SECRET with SCI clearance

Interactive Graphic Designer: Evaluate client’s functional and business requirements. Develop complex, workflow-driven interactive design projects. Experience with mobile, desktop and web applications. Require design experience for all areas of interactive design.  Interactive design, information architecture, task flows, workflows, and detailed wireframe prototypes. Present and justify designs to clients on a regular basis. Create project-specific user interface guidelines that assist clients in making future design decisions. Work with content writers, visual designers, and software developers to ensure a smooth transition of design into development. Enjoy working independently and take ownership of work. Ability to focus in time-sensitive environment.

  • 3+ years experience as a UI designer working on digital products
  • Ability to combine user goals and business goals to create a viable user experience
  • Working knowledge of various technology constraints/capabilities
  • Experience with a range of software development practices, including agile and use-case based methods is a plus
  • Superlative verbal and written communication skills
  • Possession of excellent analytical and troubleshooting skills
  • Experience working directly with clients in a consulting role, including leading discussion at client meetings
  • In-depth knowledge of the latest design and prototyping tools
  • Experience with interactive development, including Adobe FLASH ActionScript 3, HTML, Java, JavaScript, CSS, Mobile Applications such as iOS and iPad
  • Experience with working in a fast, paced team-oriented production environment
  • BA or BFA degree preferred or design-related discipline: Visual Design, Interactive, Graphic Design; Communications
  • Eligible for TOP SECRET with SCI clearance

Digital Forensics Examiner: The candidate will support Cyber-related investigations and operations by providing forensic acquisition and analysis of various digital media, including computer desktop systems, laptops, tablets, mobile and smartphones, and other media formats.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Provide technical onsite support to incident response and evidence seizure activities, maintain chain of custody for digital evidence, provide subject matter expertise on forensic capabilities for operational security concerns, and detect and analyze malware.
  • Plan, lead, and participate in unit Cyber-related training events and on-the-job training for new staff.
  • Conduct open source research and initial product evaluation of new commercial and government digital forensic hardware and software tools, draft language for memorandums based on forensic analysis results, and assist with the analysis and maintenance of organizational standard operating procedures and lab procedure documentation.

Candidates must have the following to be considered for the position:

  • Active Top Secret security clearance
  • HS diploma or GED
  • Experience with commercial forensic software suites, including EnCase, Forensic Toolkit (FTK), or XWays Forensics
  • Knowledge of networking fundamentals and host-based forensics fundamentals
  • Knowledge of virtual environments
  • Knowledge of forensic imaging techniques
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Windows artifacts
  • Knowledge of file systems
  • Ability to work within a team environment
  • DoD DCITA Certified Computer Crime Investigator (CCI), DoD DCITA Certified Digital Media Collector (CDMC), DoD DCITA Certified Digital Forensic Examiner (CDFE), EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE), AccessData Certified Examiner (ACE), Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE), or equivalent Certification

All candidates must meet the following general basic qualification:

  • Strong oral and written communication skills including the ability to communicate complex information to various target audiences
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint
  • Experience with SharePoint

NUIX Administrator:  The Nuix Administrator is responsible for the installation, deployment, operation and maintenance of Nuix products on a classified Government system.  The Nuix Administrator is responsible for keeping the systems and services up and running; monitoring, analyzing and optimizing server and system performance, including making recommendations for improving performance; scheduling backups of all Nuix related files; assigning user IDs and passwords; allocating and tracking disc space; providing consulting support and advice and training.  The Nuix Administrator coordinates with the COR and DOJ technical staff on all Nuix issues. Reports on progress; prepares system documentation.  Makes presentations of findings, recommendations, and specifications in formal reports and oral presentations to a variety of audiences, including non-technical personnel. The Nuix Administrator must have a comprehensive knowledge of the Nuix back-end architecture.

The successful candidate must be able to:

  • Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of software and hardware requirements for deploying/upgrading Nuix instances and deploying, managing Nuix workers
  • Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge in the administration of case lifecycle in Nuix including the following areas:
  • Recognize and manage ingestion settings depending on source data
  • Manage data while maintaining chain of custody
  • Effectively QA processed data
  • Create preliminary reports and early case strategies
  • Employ various culling techniques as required by case specifics
  • Troubleshoot configuration issues and errors
  • Must have a secret clearance at minimum with the ability to obtain a top secret.

JAVA/ANGULAR DEVELOPER:  Work in a dynamic team environment developing innovative Web applications that address challenging business, technology, and systems integration needs. Perform full Agile life cycle development solutions using Angular JS, Java/JEE, and MySQL. Identify requirements and develop, modify, and maintain a variety of applications. Design, develop, and implement custom components, services, Drupal modules, page layouts, and scripts. Integrate newly designed functionality with other currently existing products. Discuss requirements with the client to design the specific site implementation.

Basic Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of experience with programming
  • 3+ years of experience with Web front-end software development, including CSS, HTML, JavaScript, and Angular JS
  • 2 years of experience with programming languages, including Java, C#, or PHP
  • 2 years of experience with developing Web sites and Web applications
  • BA or BS degree required
  • Eligible for TOP SECRET with SCI clearance

Additional Qualifications:

  • Experience with databases, including data modeling and developing SQL, PL/SQL, packages, procedures, and functions for Web-based software tools
  • Experience with Web services, including XML or JSON, SOAP, RESTBase, or RESTful
  • Experience with 508 compliance and security
  • Experience with Linux or UNIX
  • Experience in working with configuration management and source code control, including Git or SVN
  • Knowledge of PHP usage to filter, process, and output HTML and JSON

Senior Java Software Developer:  Use and enhance Web applications frameworks to support scalable enterprise Web applications that present data from structured and unstructured data stores, databases, or repositories. Build new and update existing user interface components of multiple analytical applications comprised of COTS, GOTS, and Java technologies. Build a data access layer using Java technologies. Track development and operational support via user stories and decomposed technical tasks in provided issue tracking software, including JIRA. Collaborate on code reviews, internal processes, and software enhancements.

Basic Qualifications:
-5+ years of experience with Java, J2EE, and Web Services
-Experience with software development throughout the SDLC
-Experience with Linux, including CentOS and RedHat
-Experience with working on Scrum or another Agile methodology
-Experience with using Git or SVN for version control
-Top Secret clearance
-BS degree

  • 5+ years of experience with Java, J2EE, and Web Services
  • Experience with software development throughout the SDLC
  • Experience with Linux, including CentOS and RedHat
  • Experience with working on Scrum or another Agile methodology
  • Experience with using Git or SVN for version control
  • BA or BS degree required
  • Eligible for TOP SECRET with SCI clearance

Additional Qualifications:

  • Experience as an open source software contributor using GitHub, code.google.com, or apache.com
  • Experience with MapReduce and the Hadoop ecosystem, including Hive or Pig
  • Experience with scripting languages, including Perl

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