Monthly Archives: April 2011
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AECOM National Security Programs seeks professionals with DoD security clearances for positions in Afghanistan, Iraq and Virginia.
You can meet with AECOM National Security Programs recruiters:
USADefenseIndustryJobs.com CAREER FAIR on April 29th, 2011 Springfield, Virginia.
CI/HUMINT Special Advisor – Afghanistan ~~ Serves as a senior advisor, a GS-14 equivalent with 10 or more years of CI and HUMINT experience and/or civilian graduation from the post graduate program ~~ Should have a minimum of 4 years experience at GS-13 equivalent level in CI/HUMINT with experience in NATO-led operational environment ~~ Experience in NATO-led operational environment and/or the Middle East ~~ Top Secret/SCI security clearance is required ~~ A Masters level degree is preferred
Counterintelligence Support Specialist – Afghanistan ~~ At least 4 years of Counterintelligence (CI) support experience is required ~~ Bachelor’s degree is preferred ~~ Top secret clearance is required for some positions and Secret clearance is acceptable for others
HUMINT Support Specialist – Afghanistan ~~ At least 4 years of HUMINT analyst experience ~~ Bachelor’s degree is preferred ~~ Top secret clearance is required for some positions and Secret clearance is acceptable for others
Senior CI Support Specialist – Afghanistan ~~ At least 8 years of Counterintelligence support experience ~~ Bachelor’s degree is preferred ~~ Top Secret/SCI security clearance is required
Senior HUMINT Support Specialist – Afghanistan ~~ At least 8 years of Counterintelligence support experience ~~ Bachelor’s degree is preferred ~~ Top Secret/SCI security clearance is required
CI/HUMINT Database Manager – Afghanistan ~~ At least 4 years of CI/HUMINT database experience ~~ Bachelor’s degree is preferred ~~ Top Secret/SCI clearance is required
All-Source Intelligence Analysts – Afghanistan ~~ At least 4 years of analytical experience within DoD or equivalent Government agencies. ~~ Experience in either IED/C-IED, CT, Afghanistan, South West Asia regional issues and HUMINT or political/military analysis preferred. ~~ This position requires former Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), 35F, 350F, 18F, 35D, 34A or service equivalent. Top Secret clearance is required for some positions, while a Secret clearance is acceptable for others.
HUMINT Analysts – Afghanistan ~~ At least 4 years of HUMINT analytical experience within DoD or equivalent Government agencies. ~~ Experience in either IED/C-IED, CT, Afghanistan, South West Asia regional issues and HUMINT, CI or military analysis preferred. ~~ This position requires former Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 35L/M, 351L/M, 180A, 18F, 35D/35E, 1N, 35F, 350F, 18F, 35A, 34A or equivalent. ~~ Top Secret clearance is required for some positions, while a Secret clearance is acceptable for others. Collection Managers – Afghanistan ~~ At least 3 years of collection management operational experience within DoD or equivalent Government agencies. ~~ Background in IMINT collection platform capabilities, collection management planning, synchronization, execution and assessment preferred. ~~ This position requires former Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), 35F, 350F, 18F, 35D, 34A or service equivalent. Top Secret clearance is required for some positions, while a Secret clearance is acceptable for others.
SIGINT Analysts – Afghanistan ~~ At least 4 years SIGINT experience within DoD or equivalent Government agencies. ~~ Shall be knowledgeable of Army/Joint SIGINT procedures, data processing systems such as CIDNE, RT-RG, NSANet and associated SIGINT databases/search engines. ~~ This position requires former Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), 35S/P, 35B, 352N/P/Q/R/S, 18F or equivalent. Position requires a TS/SCI and a current CI-Scope Polygraph.
CIDNE Operators – Afghanistan ~~ At least 4 years experience operating and/or performing system administration on automated information processing systems. ~~ Experience with CIDNE and high level of proficiency operating, maintaining and troubleshooting database software tools is preferred. ~~ This position requires former Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), 25B, 25N, 35F or service equivalent. Top Secret clearance is required for some positions, while a Secret clearance is acceptable for others.
Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) Managers – Afghanistan ~~ At least 4 years experience operating and/or performing system administration on automated information processing systems. ~~ Experience with CIDNE preferred. Lean Six Sigma or equivalent quality assurance/quality control training/experience preferred. ~~ This position requires former Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), 25B, 25N, 35F or service equivalent. Top Secret clearance is required for some positions, while a Secret clearance is acceptable for others.
Break-Fix Technicians/ Desktop Support- Arlington, VA ~~ Performs hardware diagnostics and coordinates repairs. ~~ Installs and tests personal computers, printers, and other peripherals; configures operating systems. ~~ Build PCs for deployment including imaging, ghosting, and configuration.
Privacy Safeguards Specialist- Washington, DC ~~ Provide support for monitoring and reviewing Federal Government compliance with privacy requirements of the Federal Information Systems Management Act portion of the E-Government Act. ~~ Plans and carries out assignments and develops new privacy database methods, approaches, and procedures for approval by the government.
Helpdesk Technicians- Dulles, VA ~~ Experience handling Tier I & II appropriate resolutions towards migrating Oracle EBS 11.5.10 or higher. ~~ Will provide customer assistance to 2000+ employees using Service Desk Management System for tracking on ERP program implementation upgrade.
Configuration Management Specialist- Washington, DC ~~ Identify, control, maintain, and verify the versions of all configuration items and their attributes and relationships in the infrastructure environment ~~ ERP systems implementation experience including software administration, configuration management environments for all assigned development projects throughout the entire development lifecycle. ~~ Define, implement, and document software deployment strategies and installation procedures.
Desktop Field Support Specialists- Multiple Locations ~~ Comprehensive knowledge of PC hardware, peripherals, and software experience of three + years. ~~ Experience with network data backups and restores; performing network troubleshooting, including cabling, network interfaces and connectivity. ~~ Assist in supporting all LAN/WAN based applications as well as install, configure and maintain all server class operating systems.
Firewall Technicians- Colorado Springs, CO ~~ Responsible for the operations and maintenance of all firewall devices. ~~ Responsible for assisting with the establishment and development of a secure infrastructure, based on client needs, U.S. Government guidance and industry best practices. ~~ Will operate and maintain, assist with the design modification and documentation security configuration for applications, network devices that include: Firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) and other equipment and software.
Military Analyst (MA) – Military experience is essential- Iraq ~~ Former Army Special Forces, Intelligence, Civil-Military Operations preferred with appropriate regional experience ~~ Possess professional knowledge and experience in Counter Insurgency (COIN), Foreign Internal Defense (FID) ~~ 5 years of pertinent tactical / operational military experience ~~ Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent experience ~~ Coalition or U.S. Secret security clearance
Iraqi Advisor (IA) – Iraq ~~ Must possess significant tribal, political, religious, business and/or military connections in Iraq (preferably possess established ties within the area of operations) ~~ Fluent language skills in English, Arabic and/or local dialects ~~ 5 years experience working, studying, or interacting with Iraqi communities (Age 21 +5 years experience) ~~ Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent experience ~~ Coalition or U.S. Secret security clearance
Special Advisor (SA) – Iraq ~~ US or Western-oriented citizen with an Iraqi background, committed to the reconstruction and development of a democratic Iraq ~~ Subject matter expertise of specific value to the US and Coalition Forces in focus areas ~~ Level III ILR for speaking, listening, reading, and writing both Arabic and English ~~ Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent experience ~~ Coalition or U.S. Secret security clearance
Senior Advisor (SA) – Iraq ~~ Have a previous history of working with Coalition forces; possess significant tribal, political, religious, business and/or military connections in Iraq; established ties to key figures in Iraqi society relevant to the required area of expertise ~~ Level III ILR for speaking, listening, reading, and writing both Arabic and English ~~ Hold a Master’s degree or higher in social sciences ~~ Coalition or U.S. Secret security clearance
Special Advisor for Army Aviation- Iraq ~~ Iraqi native with Secret clearance required, Aviation experience or ability to interpret complex aviation technical and mechanical information required. ~~ Must be able to pass Iraqi Dialect Arabic and English reading, speaking and writing at an ILR level 3- Location Iraq.
Special Advisor Civil Engineer – Iraq ~~ Iraqi native, BA degree and Secret clearance required. ~~ Must be able to pass Iraqi dialect Arabic and English reading, speaking and writing at an ILR level 3- Location
Sranan Tongo Linguist – Chantilly, VA ~~ Must be cleared or clearable DOD secret ~~ Must pass at an ALTA ILR level 3 in the target language and English reading and writing.
GA Linguist – Chantilly, VA ~~ Must be cleared or clearable DOD secret ~~ Must pass at an ALTA ILR level 3 in the target language and English reading and writing.
Azeri Linguist – Chantilly, VA ~~ Must be cleared or clearable DOD secret. ~~ Must pass at an ALTA ILR level 3 in the target language and English reading and writing.
Miskito Linguist – Chantilly, VA ~~ Must be cleared or clearable DOD secret. ~~ Must pass at an ALTA ILR level 3 in the target language and English reading and writing.
Spanish Linguist – Northeast region, Boston/Connecticut area ~~ Must be cleared or clearable DOD secret. ~~ Must pass at an ALTA ILR level 3 in the target language and English reading and writing.
Afghan Advisor – Afghanistan ~~ Qualified Candidate will support USFOR-A in collecting, analyzing, and disseminating open source information ~~ U.S. Citizen with DoD Interim Secret Clearance. ~~ Familiar with Afghan society and culture. ~~ Experience with personal computers and software including Microsoft Word. ~~ Familiar with Dari/Pashtu keyboard ~~ Must have strong written and oral skills to liaise with senior US and Afghan leadership and individuals at all levels of Afghan society
Senior Reports Analysts (SRA) – Afghanistan ~~ Possess advanced level education, training. And experience in the field of military operations research and analysis. ~~ Be an expert in the study of military analysis and problem solving to provide responsible commanders and staff agencies with at scientific basic for decision-making. ~~ DOD Secret Clearance or higher.
Note: most jobs remain open for 2-14 days. If this job is no longer available then you will be presented with similar job listings that are open.
BlessingWhite’s recently released 2011 Employee Engagement study provides insight into the factors that drive employees to stick with – or quit – their current job.
PRINCETON, NJ /PRNewswire/ ~~ In a global study by consulting firm BlessingWhite, the top reason employees worldwide give for staying with their employer is “My work. I like the work that I do.”
What is the most important factor influencing your plans to stay?
~~ My Work. I like the work that I do. 30%
~~ My career. I have significant development or advancement opportunities here. 17%
~~ My organization’s mission. I believe in what we do. 11%
~~ No desire for change. I am comfortable here. 10%
~~ My job conditions. I have flexible hours, a good commute, etc. 10%
~~ My finances. I expect a desirable salary, bonus, or stock options. 7%
~~ Other (The Economy, My Manager, My Colleagues) 15%
In contrast, the top reason employees of all age groups give for jumping ship: “My career. I don’t have opportunities to grow or advance here.”
What is the most important factor influencing your thoughts about leaving?
~~ My career. I don’t have opportunities to grow or advance here. 26%
~~ My work. I don’t like what I do or it doesn’t make the most of my talents. 15%
~~ My finances. I want to earn more money. 15%
~~ My desire for change. I want to try something new. 12%
~~ My manager. I don’t like working for him or her. 10%
~~ Other (The Economy, Job Conditions, Org. Mission, Colleagues) 18%
“Business leaders are right to be concerned about retention of top talent,” said BlessingWhite CEO Christopher Rice. “And while raises may encourage some workers to stick around, our findings suggest that employees – especially high performers ~~ will remain in jobs that challenge them, utilize their expertise, and provide meaning.”
The Employee Engagement Report 2011 explores workplace attitudes among employees on four continents and is based on survey responses of nearly 11,000 employed professionals. Among the study’s other findings:
After enjoyable work, career advancement is the second most important retention factor in India, China, Australia/New Zealand and Southeast Asia. In North America and Europe, favorable job conditions (e.g., a good commute or flexible hours) ranks second.
Although workers across generations agree on their top reasons for staying and leaving, the youngest workers (Generation Y or Millenials) place higher priority on career opportunities than they do their work. Likewise, Gen Y employees are more likely to leave in pursuit of more money. Baby Boomers, on the other hand, seek more interesting work and change (something new).
Rice advises business leaders to help their workforce rethink career notions. “When employees understand that today’s career is all about creating a portfolio of assignments and projects, not necessarily promotions and new titles, they’re better prepared to concentrate on finding work that they enjoy – and work that can help the organization achieve its goals.”
Intended for line executives and HR leaders, Employee Engagement Report 2011 presents five levels of engagement: Engaged, Almost Engaged, Honeymooner & Hamsters, Crash & Burners, and Disengaged. The recommendations focus on the roles and responsibilities of executives, managers, and individuals in driving engagement every day. The report can be accessed at http://www.blessingwhite.com/eee__report.asp.
The engagement survey was conducted between July 2010 and October 2010, and results were compared with pre-recession data (gathered December 2007). 27% of the 10,914 survey respondents reside in North America. More than half of respondents hold executive, management, or supervisory titles.
BlessingWhite is a global consulting firm in Leadership Development and Employee Engagement. Based in Princeton, NJ, with locations in London, Chicago, San Francisco and Melbourne, the firm has worked with nearly three million professionals in thousands of organizations. www.blessingwhite.com
Web Site: http://www.blessingwhite.com
FBI Seminars/Career Fair and Contact Telephone Numbers
Attend one of the seminars or career fairs below and meet FBI recruiters.
04/15/11 // 10:00 a.m. – 200 p.m. // U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii, Army Community Service (ACS) Job Fair 2011, Building 2091, Schofield Barracks, HI, Phone: (808) 655-4227.
04/18/11 // 10:00 a.m. // U.S. Air Force – Hawaii, Warfighter & Family Services, Transition Assistance Program, 655 Vickers Avenue, Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, Phone: (808) 449-0300.
04/21/11 // 10:00 a.m. // University of Hawaii at Manoa, Campus Center, 2465 Campus Road, Room 308, Honolulu, HI, Contact Phone: (808) 956-8136.
04/25/11 // 12:00 p.m. // Chaminade University of Honolulu, Henry Hall, Room 221, 3140 Waialae Avenue, Honolulu, HI, Contact Phone: (808) 735-4787.
04/26/11 // 10:00 a.m. // U.S. Army, Schofield Barracks, Directorate of Human Resources, Soldiers Support Center, Bldg. 750, 673 Ayers Avenue, Schofield Barracks, HI, Contact Phone: (808) 655-1028.
04/29/11 // 10:00 a.m. // Prince Jonah Kuhio Federal Building, 300 Ala Moana Blvd, Room 5-302, Honolulu, HI, Phone: (808) 566-4300.
GEOcommand Becomes the Newest Technology Research Partner at the Morrelly Homeland Security Center, Bethpage, New York
BOCA RATON, FL /PRNewswire/ ~~ GEOcommand, Inc. of Boca Raton, Florida, a leading innovator of data interoperability solutions for First Responders, announced today that it has joined the ranks of Resident Research Partners at the Applied Science Foundation for Homeland Security located in the Morrelly Homeland Security Center in Bethpage, NY. This public-private partnership is comprised of private companies, government entities and educational institutions focused on providing sustainable and resilient homeland security solutions to meet the dynamic needs of First Responders, as well as local, state and federal entities.
John Doherty, Vice President of Engineering for GEOcommand, Inc. stated, “Residence at this extraordinary facility affords our company unique opportunities to improve the utility and efficacy of our products. Enabling true interoperability is a job that requires close cooperation among multiple public and private entities. The integral involvement of the First Responder community here at the Center, combined with the exciting collaborative atmosphere among the Research Partners will help us all in providing better technology tools for those men and women who risk themselves every day to keep the rest of us safe.”
The President of the Applied Science Foundation for Homeland Security, Frank Otto said, “The Foundation is very excited that GEOcommand has taken residence here. They not only bring with them a new facet of technology, but also a staff that has raised the bar on integrating and creating new teams with our other residents. We look forward to strengthening our relationship with them.”
About GEOcommand, Inc.
GEOcommand offers a comprehensive, multi-community solution for information sharing among emergency responders. Our unique combination of services and GIS-based software allows the free exchange of data necessary for situational awareness, protecting the public and first responders in both day-to-day and large-scale incidents. The GEOcommand solution bridges technology gaps between agencies, integrates existing software and workflows, allows local maintenance and administration, and establishes complete interconnectivity between adjoining communities with mutual aide agreements and multiple first responder organizations. For more information, please visit www.geocommand.com.
About the Applied Science Foundation for Homeland Security
The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization whose mission it is to help protect the United States from man-made and natural disasters by: (1) enabling the collaboration of First Responders, engineering and manufacturing firms, and academia to develop and commercialize resilient and sustainable homeland security products and services; (2) providing a state-of-art command and control center for government entities; and, (3) offering the most up-to-date training and exercise programs for first responders and other homeland security end-users. The facility supports numerous Federal, state and local government agencies and fully houses Nassau County’s Office of Emergency Management with its connectivity to other county, state, and city command centers. In addition, the Foundation has its own emergency operations center and is capable of transforming the lecture hall into a 30,000 square foot Joint Field Office in the event of a regional catastrophic event.
SOURCE GEOcommand, Inc.
CONTACT: Michael Rand, +1-954-326-7772
Question: I’m really interested in getting an entry level job at an intelligence agency but do not know the best way to go about it. As it stands I have a BA in politics and east Asian studies, am proficient in Mandarin Chinese, and am about to finish up a MA in Criminal Justice and am working on an MS in Intelligence. Additionally, I am in officer candidate school with the Army National Guard, slated to receive my commission in August (most likely in infantry or cavalry). My question becomes, what steps should I take to secure a job in one of the intelligence agencies, and what jobs should I be trying for specifically?
Answer: Sometimes the harder that you try the harder it is to actually find an open door.
What I mean by the above is that now that you have graduated from school there is less chance for an internship or cooperative education program that can be used by you to meet people.
The intelligence agencies like to meet people in some kind of safe setting where you can be observed doing what you do best rather than responding to job applications, although they obviously hire through the resumes that they receive.
The good news is that you have a super education. Mandarin Chinese is by itself a major door opener IF you have a security clearance of Top Secret. Do you?
Also, have you taken a DLPT test in Mandarin Chinese? The DLPT is the Defense Language Proficiency Test that determines your level of competency in reading, writing and/or speaking a foreign language. Usually a score of 2/3 or 3/2 in reading/writing and/or writing/reading is enough to open some doors for you.
If you have never taken a DLPT test then you should contact your National Guard education officer and ask to be scheduled for the DLPT. Get this score on your records!
Unless you are a native speaker of Mandarin Chinese then you probably will not be eligible for a linguist position.
RECOMMENDATION: As to what position you should be seeking, seek positions with titles like junior intelligence analyst, media analyst, foreign area analyst, information research or intelligence research.
As for security clearance, a Top Secret is usually the minimal clearance necessary to get a position as an intelligence specialist. If you do not have this clearance then speak with your National Guard commander about possibilities to go to the S2 Officer school and to move into a billet that requires a Top Secret security clearance.
Best regards, William “Bill” Golden
CEO, IntelligenceCareers.com USADefenseIndustryJobs.com USAJobZoo.com
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Question: I am interested in finding things that will make more marketable when I pursue a civilian career in intelligence. What degree to pursue, what are extra accomplishments that employers may look for? Thanks.
Answer: Your note does not say whether you have any military or federal government service in intelligence.
Employers that hire intelligence professionals generally are looking for four things:
~~ Certifiable training and experience in intelligence. You do not necessarily need a lot. Two to three years of experience is enough to land a junior intelligence specialist position.
~~ Education: unless you are going overseas you really need to have an AA/AS degree at the minimum and many positions require that you have a BA/BS degree. The actual kind of degree is usually immaterial.
~~ Willingness to work where the jobs are. Intelligence jobs are everywhere, but not in great numbers. There are 7-8 regional hubs of intelligence activity where jobs are always needed.
~~ Do you have a security clearance that has been used within the last 24 months, and does the clearance match the needs of employers in that area. An intelligence professional in Maryland with a TS/SCI clearance, but no full/lifestyle polygraph, have very limited opportunities for employer. However that same individual would do very well in northern Virginia.
Best regards, William “Bill” Golden
CEO, IntelligenceCareers.com USADefenseIndustryJobs.com USAJobZoo.com
Researcher Reveals Imminent Threat to National Security
SCHIEDAM, Netherlands and NEW YORK /PRNewswire/ ~~ Despite billions of dollars spent by intelligence agencies like NSA and CIA on technologies to intercept and monitor electronic messages and communications, terrorists all over the world are able to communicate without fear of discovery, using online computer games.
The CIA tentatively acknowledged this threat in its 2008 Data Mining Report and started the Reynard Project as a “seedling effort” to detect suspicious behaviour and actions in the virtual world. Although online gaming has exploded and hundreds of millions of people participate in these games, not much has been heard about the Reynard Project since.
Recently the danger of terrorists using computer games as a secure communication channel led to alarming news articles by major newspapers in Europe, following the release of the technothriller MMORPG: How a computer game becomes deadly serious.
Dutchman Emile van Veen spent two years researching how terrorists could utilise so called Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPGs). These online games appear to be an unbreakable code for intelligence agencies and offer communication channels like email, chat and voice chat. They are violent by nature, making it virtually impossible to detect dangerous conversations. They can be accessed from any computer, anywhere, by using anonymous accounts. Van Veen’s story is set in both the real and the virtual world, a novel concept in itself. Emile van Veen: “Especially reproductions of our real world are dangerous. Someone who wants to blow up the Brooklyn Bridge could examine the target in detail and scout his way in and out as well.” He thinks the danger is imminent.
After the release of his thriller in Europe, Van Veen received a lot of worried press attention. “Many people accused me of bringing this to the attention of terrorists and criminals. That’s unfair, it’s already there. The Intelligence Community must act and they must act fast. I hope my novel helps in bringing about a sense of urgency,” he says.
Source: Safe Haven Investments BV
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Lockheed Martin Team Begins Development on Third Phase of FBI’s Next Generation Identification System
Critical Design Review for Latent Fingerprint, Palm Print Matching Capability Completed Just Weeks After System’s Fingerprint Matching Capability Goes Live
ROCKVILLE, MD /PRNewswire/ ~~ The Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT)-led Next Generation Identification (NGI) team is beginning to fully develop and deploy a capability that will enhance the FBI’s latent fingerprint matching accuracy and introduce palm print matching to the system. Development efforts began after a successful Critical Design Review (CDR) for the system’s Increment 3.
The milestone came just weeks after the FBI declared Initial Operating Capability on NGI’s Increment 1 fingerprint matching capability.
“The FBI’s Next Generation Identification (NGI) system is now operational and providing law enforcement officials with more accurate fingerprint identification services than ever before,” said June Shrewsbury, vice president of Lockheed Martin’s Citizen Protection Solutions division. “We’re excited to keep up the momentum and begin implementing the system’s latent fingerprint and palm print matching capabilities.”
The latent and palm print matching algorithms for the NGI system will be provided by Alexandria, Va.-based MorphoTrak. MorphoTrak also provided the system’s fingerprint matching algorithms.
NGI’s Increment 2: Repository for Individuals of Special Concern (RISC), is also progressing according to schedule. Now in the final stages of development, this phase will provide law enforcement users more speed and flexibility in how they search the FBI’s RISC fingerprint database, which includes Wanted Persons, Known or Appropriately Suspected Terrorists, Sex Offenders Registry subjects, and other persons of special interest.
NGI is providing an incremental replacement of the FBI’s current Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS). The Lockheed Martin-led NGI team includes Accenture, BAE Systems Information Technology Inc., Global Science & Technology (GST), and Innovative Management & Technology Services (IMTS).
Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., Lockheed Martin is a global security company that employs about 126,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. The Corporation’s 2010 sales from continuing operations were $45.8 billion.
For additional information, visit our Web sites: http://www.lockheedmartin.com
SOURCE Lockheed Martin
CONTACT: Media, Kimberly Jaindl of Lockheed Martin, +1- 301-519-6400, firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Site: http://www.lockheedmartin.com
USADefenseIndustryJobs.com will hold its next career fair in mid-April 2011.
Career Fair April 13, 2011 Time: 10:00 – 15:00 Place: Holiday Inn 890 Elkridge Landing Road, Linthicum, MD 21090
Entrance to the career fair is open to candidates listing a U.S. security clearance on their resume. Candidates without clearances may attend if they have prior experience in the U.S. defense or intelligence industries as documented within their resume. All candidates should present a U.S. government or U.S. state issued identification card to verify your identity at time of check-in.
Some of the companies that you will meet:
Advanced C4 Solutions, Inc. – BAE Systems – Bridges Consulting, Inc. – CSC – Federal/Defense Division – Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) – Entegra Systems, Inc. – InCadence Strategic Solutions – Inovex Information Systems, Inc. – ITT – Advanced Engineering & Sciences – JTG, Inc. – Maryland Army National Guard – Minerva Engineering, LLC – Premier Management Corporation – SRC – State of Maryland/DLLR – The Praemittias Group, Inc. – Varen Technologies, Inc. – Verizon Business / FNS
Our special guest will be the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). The DIA is looking for a wide range of cleared professionals that can immediately move into critical positions: administrative, analytic, financial, linguistics and logistics.
Some Success Tips:
~~ Research employers before coming as to what jobs are being offered. Start your research here: http://tinyurl.com/4mn74kc
~~ Print off jobs for which you are relevant. Point recruiters towards specific positions that you are interested in. This is easy to do if you have those positions printed off and in your hand.
~~ Have an objective statement on your resume: Seeking junior/mid-level/senior position as a _________.
~~ No clearance? Seek out employers that have jobs requiring SECRET security clearances.
Job Seekers — for more info: CustomerService@IntelligenceCareers.com
Employers seeking to recruit: Elaine Carmack, ECarmack@IntelligenceCareers.com
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Cybersecurity Adjunct/Part-Time Faculty Opportunities
The University of Maryland University College (UMUC) seeks talented, Adjunct/Part-Time faculty to teach Cybersecurity online and/or onsite courses for Summer and Fall 2011 Semesters.
Graduate Program for Cybersecurity Teach coursework focusing on: • Computer Security, Software Assurance, Hardware Assurance & Security Management • Network & Internet Security • Intrusion Detection & Intrusion Prevention • Cryptology & Data Protection • Computer Forensics • Security, Policy, Ethics & the Legal Environment
Undergraduate Program for Cybersecurity Core specialty courses include: • Information System Architecture • Information Systems & Security • Security Issues & Emerging Technologies • Disaster Recovery Planning • Information Security Needs Assessment & Planning • Cyber Terrorism • Network Security & Advanced Network Security • Ethical Practice of Intrusion & Detection
Qualifications Terminal degree (I.e., PhD, DVA, JD, etc.) from a regionally accredited institution, three years teaching experience and CISSP, MCSE, CEH, or Security+ certifications strongly preferred. Minimum of a Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution with relevant senior level professional experience is required.
UMUC offers flexible schedules; on-site or online teaching formats; superior training for online teaching with WebTycho, our state-of-the-art proprietary platform; collegial sharing and peer mentoring; and access to UMUC’s Information and Library Services.
EOE/F/MC/V. Women and Minority applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.