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  • 06 Jan 2022 11:28 AM | Anonymous member

    Culmen International LLC is pleased to share that we are recruiting for a Senior Cybersecurity advisor to support the Ministry of Defense of Argentina. This is a funded position, and we are looking for immediate availability. Spanish fluency is a must, and some regional experience is required. 

    This position is in support of the State Department's Global Defense Reform Program (GDRP) which is a flexible program that seeks to enhance partner nation security sector governance and institutional capacity at the service, ministerial, and national levels to ensure security is provided in an effective, transparent, and accountable manner.

    For more information and to apply: Careers - Culmen International (recruitingbypaycor.com) or go to the www.culmen.com. 

    For any questions feel free to contact simon.limage@culmen.com.

    Senior Cybersecurity Advisor Argentina

    Security Clearance Requirement: Secret

    Citizenship: United States

    Place of performance: Buenos Aires

    Culmen International is recruiting for a Senior Advisor who will support the Argentine Ministry of Defense and Joint Staff to increase their cybersecurity capacity.

    Position Description

    The Senior Advisor will provide expert guidance and training as well as advice and technical assistance needed to develop and implement cyber reforms and policies at the Joint Staff. The Senior Advisor shall also advise the Ministry of Defense and support effective interagency coordination on cybersecurity within the Government of Argentina, as required.

    Role and Responsibilities

    The Senior Advisor will be embedded with the Argentine MoD in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Senior Advisor shall work with the Argentine MoD, CCCD, and other (GoA) entities to assist in building the capacity of the CCCD, improve cyber security within the MoD, and develop joint cyber defense coordination within the service branches and interagency.

    REQUIRED Qualifications

    a.     Master’s degree in areas such as Public Administration, Business, International Relations, Computer Science, Cybersecurity or a similar field AND at least six (6) years of U.S. military and/or U.S. civilian professional experience with cybersecurity, including but not limited to experience as a former officer or government official in the field of Cyber Programs (Programming/Execution) or Cyber Strategy (Planning/Programming), at least at the O-5 or FS-02/GS-14 level or industry equivalent,

    OR

    a Bachelor’s degree in the aforementioned areas and at least ten (10) years of prior professional experience working in the relevant specialized discipline(s).

    b. Have reached, at a minimum, the rank of O-5 in the military or equivalent in a civilian capacity (i.e., FS-02/GS-14 or industry equivalent).

    c. Minimum of two (2) years’ experience developing cybersecurity and cyber defense strategy, policy, or procedures.

    d. Minimum three (3) years’ prior experience advising foreign governments or militaries.

    e. Demonstrated understanding of cybersecurity challenges in emerging markets.

    f. Fluency in Spanish in professional and technical environments, including speaking, writing, reading, and listening at a level equivalent to a Foreign Service Institute 3/3 or DLPT 2+/2+/2+.

    g. Minimum three (3) prior years’ experience working in the Latin America on defense or national security projects.

    h. Minimum two (2) years of experience working either on Joint Staff or another Major Staff, or within the Office of the Secretary of Defense or equivalent cyber-responsible office in the Department of Defense.

    i. Minimum two (2) years of experience in establishing and institutionalizing cyber programs and processes inclusive of the management structure, procedures, and skills necessary to develop defense or national security plans in the cyber domain.

    j. Ability to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance issued by the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) prior to contract/task order performance.

    k. U.S. citizen.

    PREFERRED Qualifications

    a. Minimum one (1) year demonstrating experience conducting negotiations in a business or advisory setting or formal training in negotiations.

    b. Minimum one (1) year demonstrating experience in cyber defense and IT security at the national and inter-ministerial level.

    c. Prior demonstrated experience leading cybersecurity capacity building initiatives in a bilateral and/or multilateral environment.


  • 29 Dec 2021 10:05 AM | Anonymous member

    Culmen International LLC has an immediate opening for a Senior Maritime Security Advisor supporting the Ministry of Defense of Madagascar through the State Department's Global Defense Reform Program (GDRP).

    Careers - Culmen International (recruitingbypaycor.com)

    For questions email simon.limage@culmen.com.

    The Global Defense Reform Program (GDRP) is a flexible, multi-year State-funded program that seeks to build the institutional capacity of select U.S. partners’ security sectors at the service, ministerial, and national levels, to ensure security is provided in an effective, transparent, and accountable manner. GDRP presents an opportunity to leverage U.S. advisory and other strategic support services to advance institutional reforms that achieve U.S. foreign policy objectives.


    Senior Advisor to the Ministry of Defense of Madagascar  
    Antananarivo, Madagascar


    Security Clearance Requirement: Secret

    Culmen International is recruiting for a Senior Advisor with proven maritime security experience to support the defense reform objectives of the Madagascar Ministry of Defense.


    Position Description


    The Senior Advisor will be embedded in Madagascar’s Ministry of Defense (MoD) to support the execution of a a Maritime Security Country Action Plan and help to foster the necessary force structure, manpower, and organizational planning to support Madagascar’s Maritime Security Strategy.  The Advisor will coordinate actions in support of the Country Action Plan, track milestones, coordinate workshops as required. The Advisor will update the plan as necessary after annual review, develop ongoing activities in support of institution building and enhancing Madagascar’s maritime security. This will include assisting the MoD and Navy to continually assess current deficiencies and develop a set of recommendations that supports the country’s national and defense strategies, current and future requirements, and to support the goals of a US Agency funding international defense reform initiatives.

    Role and Responsibilities:

    • Assisting the MoD and Navy to implement the Country Action Plan to advance maritime security.
    • Supporting the Malagasy Navy’s planned restructuring and expansion by ensuring the Malagasy have plans in place to appropriately staff and maintain vessels.
    • Assisting the Malagasy with overcoming implementation challenges related to their strategy and broader force realignment efforts.
    • Serving as a liaison to ensure that U.S. Government and other international contributors’ assistance achieves mutual objectives and is complementary. Coordinate closely with the U.S. Embassy Defense team to ensure that efforts are coordinated.

    • Required Experience and Qualifications:
    • U.S. citizenship
    • Current security clearance (Secret at a minimum)
    • 6+ years of relevant professional experience with a master’s degree OR 10+ years of relevant experience with a bachelor's degree. Relevant experience includes the disciplines outlined below.
    • Minimum rank O-5 in the military or equivalent in a civilian capacity (i.e. FS-02/GS-14).
    • 4  years of experience in maritime security focused on maritime security strategy development.
    • 2 years of experience in a joint military or interagency environment.
    • 2 years of direct experience with U.S. military human and financial resource management as a uniformed service member or civilian at the S-1, G-1/8, or J-1/8 battalion level, or higher.
    • Focused experience with strategy development, force structure planning, manpower/personnel planning.
    • Experience advising or mentoring foreign military or foreign government.
    • Experience providing training in an overseas environment.
    • Fluent in French, both conversational and professional, as assessed by a State Department score of 4 or higher, a DLPT score of 2+/2+/2+, a CEFR score of C1 or higher, or an interview with a native French speaker who can provide an assessment of fluency.
    • Experience writing business documents, such as reports, SITREPs, briefings, after action reviews (AARs), memoranda, letters, electronic mail, and training material, for consumption by military commanders or civilian managers.
    • Experience presenting briefings, SITREPs, trainings, and AARs for consumption by military commanders or civilian managers.
    • Ability to work on-site in Antananarivo.
  • 27 Oct 2021 2:06 PM | Anonymous member

    Advanced Technology System Company (ATSC), a Mobile Border and Surveillance/C4ISR Company located in McLean, VA, is looking for two retired FAOs to fill Program Management positions in Egypt. One PM will be located in Cairo Egypt to support the Egyptian Army, while the other PM will be located in Alexandria Egypt to support the Egyptian Navy. 

    Interested FAOs please contact Freddie Hudson at fhudson@atscva.com 571 229-6255 (cell)

  • 29 Aug 2021 6:19 PM | KURT MARISA (Administrator)

    Position overview

    General Duties and Responsibilities:

    DoD Foreign Military Finance (FMF)/International Military Education and Training (IMET) specialist supporting State Depart security cooperation efforts and oversight.  Primary drafter of: (1) FMF and IMET memos to the Director of Foreign Assistance (F) or PM leadership required for the timely approval, obligation, or reprogramming of FMF or IMET funding; and (2) FMF allotment memos to move FMF funds within State bureaus as necessary. The contractor shall be responsible for liaison with their financial counterpart at the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) and account examiners at the Office of Management and Budget. The PC shall also be responsible for identifying, updating, and promulgating annual FMF and IMET policy and legal restrictions and other requirements for PM and targeted Department of Defense staff. In support of budget formulation, the contractor shall be responsible for administrative support throughout the year and culminating in the annual Joint Security Sector Assistance Review, which requires liaison with the interagency at critical budget junctures to ensure out-year budgets are deconflicted and best utilize appropriated funds. Further, the contractor shall support PM/SA participation in annual FMF Financial Management Reviews and Security Cooperation Education and Training Working Group meetings. The PC shall also provide other FMF and IMET data management requirements.  Workplace is a HQ State Dept, Washington DC, or may also be done as a remote, tele-work position.  Active SECRET level clearance required.

     

    Contact Kurt Marisa at Human Domain Solutions (HDS) at kurt.marisa@human-domain.com or cell:  703-853-0928


  • 29 Aug 2021 6:18 PM | KURT MARISA (Administrator)

    Position overview

    General Duties and Responsibilities:

    The Peacekeeping Operations (PKO) specialist supporting State Department PKO engagement with DoD and foreign partners.  Support all PKO planning, oversight, and reporting responsibilities. Africa experience desired.  Workplace is a HQ State Dept, Washington DC, or may also be done as a remote, tele-work position.  Active SECRET level clearance required. 

    Minimum Work Experience Required:

    1. 2 years’ experience managing budget and fiscal processes for security or military assistance programs at DoD or DoS.
    2. 2 years’ experience managing assistance programs (military assistance programs preferred)  

    Minimum Skills Required:

    1. Broad knowledge of US Security Assistance to other nations, understanding the big picture on how everything ties together.
    2. In-depth knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
    3. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
    4. Solid ability and experience multitasking
    5. Excellent oral and written communication skills including giving presentations

    Preferred Experience: 

    1. Work in Africa
    2. Attendance at Defense Institute Security Cooperation University or Defense Institute for Security Assistance Management.
    3. Security Cooperation Information Portal (SCIP)
    4. Security Assistance Network (SanWeb).
    5. DoS Global Financial Management System (GFMS)
    6. DoD Defense Security Assistance Management System (DSAMS) 

    Contact Kurt Marisa at Human Domain Solutions (HDS) at kurt.marisa@human-domain.com or cell:  703-853-0928


  • 28 Jun 2021 2:56 PM | Anonymous member

    GDRP BiH Senior HRM Advisor - Sarajevo - Sincerus Global Solutions Inc Jobs (isolvedhire.com)

    Are you looking to make a difference in security cooperation?

    Sincerus is looking for an experienced professional to provide expert embedded advisory services to support the U.S. Department of State's Global Defense Reform Program (GDRP) within the Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Ministry of Defense (MOD). The senior advisor will be responsible for advising and training the BiH MoD, their Joint Staff leadership, and their Armed Forces (AF) on policies, regulations, and operating procedures related to human resources management institutional capacity. The Advisors shall work with the MoD, Joint Staff, the AF, NATO counterparts, and other entities working on HRM and/or PPBE reform, as appropriate, to provide staff capacity- building, functional area assistance, and mentoring. These efforts support the MoD, including its Joint Staff, and the AF, to improve management of resources and maintain the appropriate force levels. This includes updating personnel retention; career management; recruitment; accession policies, procedures, and practices.

    The GDRP is a U.S. State Department-funded program that, in close coordination with US Department of Defense, focuses on assisting Partner Nations with defense reform and civil-military institutional capacity building efforts. Advisor will serve a twelve-month, embedded commitment abroad in Sarajevo, BiH. This contract is for up to four years in length with extensions extremely likely.

    The key Strategic Area of Interest for this position is in Defense/Security Sector Institutions, Functions, and Management Reform. Specifically, the Advisor will assist the partner nation's MOD with building capacity in some of these HRM areas:

    • Career management planning and recruitment planning.
    • Greater transparency in performance evaluations and promotions.
    • Sustainment of recruitment and personnel and accession efforts in the defense budget; and,
    • Develop and implement a strategy to address AF personnel losses to achieve improved retention rates.
    • Streamlining MoD HRM regulations with BiH Entity regulations and best practices.
    • Improving personnel retention and developing career management policies and practices.
    • Improving personnel accessions, including qualifications and recruitment.
    • Developing and implementing a plan to address the impending loss of AF officers and NCOs.

    The duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

    • Provide advice related to organizational development, interagency cooperation, HRM policy, and training programs to assist the MOD's capacity development.
    • Advise Bosnian MOD in the development of plans and strategies to assist their capacity to modernize their armed forces through a reformed HRM process.
    • Participate in senior level meetings, seminars, and exercises to provide expert level military input to help maintain and develop the ability to respond to emerging HRM issues appropriately.
    • Lead overseas assessments of host nation MOD capacity in GDRP area of focus, as well as assess the impact of planned or current programmatic activities and propose remedial actions. Draft memos and reports to provide expert analysis regarding MOD PPBE programs and assessments.
    • Maintain knowledge of contemporary, professional military operational and management principles, techniques, and issues, and recommend which are appropriate for international application.

    REQUIRED Qualifications for one (1) Human Resource Management (HRM) Senior Advisor

    • Master's degree in areas such as Human Resources Management, Organizational Change, Business, International Relations, or a similar field AND at least six (6) years of U.S. military and/or U.S. civilian professional experience with HRM, including, but not limited to, experience as a former officer or government official at least at the O-5 or FS-02/GS-14 level.

    OR

    • Bachelor's degree in the aforementioned areas AND at least TEN (10) years of U.S. military and/or U.S. civilian professional experience with HRM, including, but not limited to, experience as a former officer or government official at least at the O-5 or FS-02/GS-14 level.
    • Have reached, at a minimum, the rank of O-5 in the military or equivalent in a civilian capacity (i.e., FS-02/GS-14).
    • Minimum two (2) years of experience working either on Joint Staff or another Major Staff, or within the Office of the Secretary of Defense or equivalent HRM-responsible office in the Department of Defense.
    • Minimum of one (1) year of experience working with NATO and/or EUFOR organizations.
    • Minimum two (2) years of experience advising senior foreign military or senior government officials.
    • Minimum two (2) years of experience in contributing to the development and/or delivery of training and workshops for military, national security, or government audiences.
    • Minimum two (2) years of experience in conducting institutional capacity building training or advising with foreign partners. Institutional capacity building is defined as enhancing the capacity of partners' security institutions to exercise responsible civilian control of their national security forces and to deliver security services in an effective, transparent, and accountable manner.
    • Minimum two (2) years' experience advising foreign governments in the development and implementation of sustainable solutions to capacity gaps.
    • Ability to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance prior to contract/task order performance.
    • U.S. citizen.

    PREFERRED Qualifications for one (1) HRM Senior Advisor

    • Have reached, at a minimum, O-6 in the military or equivalent in a civilian capacity (i.e., GS-15).
    • Four (4) years of experience in establishing and institutionalizing HRM programs and processes inclusive of the management structure, procedures, and skills necessary to develop defense or national career management, recruitment, retention, or accessions systems, plans, and policies.
    • Two (2) years of experience working in the Balkans on defense or national security issues.
    • Minimum two (2) years' experience supporting senior leaders in navigating political dynamics to achieve institutional reforms.
    • One (1) year of demonstrated experience in utilizing change management practices to transform systems, processes, and/or behaviors in an institution.
    • One (1) year of demonstrated experience in conflict resolution or mediation.
    • Minimum of three (3) years working in post-conflict or fragile states and demonstrated knowledge of the proper operation of human resource systems and security sectors in these environments.
    • Fluent in Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian, both conversational and professional, as assessed by a CEFR score of C2, or equivalent.
  • 07 Jun 2021 10:08 PM | Anonymous member

    Senior Strategic Planning Curriculum Develop Advisor - Lebanese Armed Forces Command Staff College - Beirut - Sincerus Global Solutions Inc Jobs (isolvedhire.com)

    Are you looking to make a difference in security cooperation?

    Sincerus Global Solutions, Inc. is looking for an experienced Strategic Planning Curriculum Development Professional to provide expert advisory services to the Lebanese Armed Forces in support of Global Defense Reform Program (GDRP) initiatives. GDRP is a U.S. State Department-funded program that, in close coordination with U.S. Department of Defense, focuses on assisting Partner Nations with defense reform and civil-military institutional capacity building efforts. The embedded Senior Advisor will work with the Lebanese Armed Force (LAF) Command Staff College to reform their capacity in curriculum development for strategic level planning.  The LAF Command Staff College is a senior officer professional military education institution, equivalent to the Command and General Staff Colleges and the War Colleges in the U.S. military.

    This is a current, funded position for the LAF to conduct joint strategic planning across platforms and capabilities. Appreciation for the necessity of strategic planning requires the Advisor assist the LAF Command Staff College with the development of a curriculum and training package for senior LAF officers on both the importance of strategic level planning as well as various methodologies for the development of strategic plans. This body of instruction will be developed and implemented at the LAF Staff College.  

    The Senior Advisor is embedded at the LAF Staff College with the task of advising and supporting the LAF’s development and implementation of a curriculum and training package that deals directly with strategic level planning across all LAF equities. In addition, the Advisor may leverage engagements with U.S. National Defense University to assist in fostering institutional change consistent with this line of effort.

    Key DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    • ·       Conduct an Initial Landscape Assessment and Gap Analysis to achieve an initial understanding of LAF planning and decision-making processes including at a minimum: review of current strategic planning approach, current approach to teaching planning and strategy in the Lebanese professional military education cycle, and identification of key stakeholders within the LAF and Staff College who influence the strategic planning and education process.
    • ·       Identify associated gaps in achieving an integrated joint strategic planning process.
    • ·       Identify ways to address those gaps within the context of professional military education process which may include developmental activities and initiatives at the Ministerial and LAF levels, and utilization of U.S. International Military Education and Training.
    • ·       Frame the problem set sufficiently such that the Advisor can make relevant recommendations for future actions by the partner nation and the Advisor can identify areas in which to focus their expertise and efforts during their period of performance.
    • ·       Produce an Initial Landscape Assessment and Gap Analysis
    • ·       Facilitate development of a Country Action Plan that identifies stakeholders to facilitate development of the Plan that outlines reform objectives and breaks down the steps required to achieve those objectives. The Country Action Plan will generate a shared vision for actions that will be taken by the LAF to address their goals and gaps, including specific types of advisory support services that may be required.
    • ·       Develop and regularly update a Work Plan that outlines Country Action Plan objectives, milestones, and corresponding activities that the Advisor shall undertake until the end of the performance period.
    • ·       Provide advisory services to implement the Country Action Plan through technical assistance and expert guidance and advise the LAF to execute the Country Action Plan and ensure a foundation is set for improved Lebanese joint strategic planning to achieve national objectives.
    • ·       As part of their advisory services, the Advisor attends LAF staff meetings and planning sessions, as well as ODC contractor meetings. 
    • ·       As appropriate, the Advisor shall interface with other international military advisors to stay current on needs, and de-conflict assistance requirements.
    • ·       Maintain Performance Monitoring Framework and support data collection activities. 
    • PERSONNEL QUALIFICATIONS

    REQUIRED Qualifications for one strategic-level planning Advisor.

    a.     A Master’s Degree and Six (6) years of experience as a strategic planner with the U.S. military, either as an active-duty uniformed service member or DoD civilian or contractor.

    b.     Prior demonstrated professional experience developing training material or developing curricula for consumption by senior military officials

    c.     Prior demonstrated experience in a joint operating environment.

    d.     U.S. citizen

    e.     Currently hold a Secret U.S. DOD issued clearance or possess the ability to obtain one.

    PREFERED Qualifications for one strategic-level planning Advisor

    a.     Two (2) years of experience teaching at a U.S. military education institution (e.g., War College, National Defense University, Command and General Staff College)

    b.     Prior demonstrated experience advising foreign military or government at the operational or strategic level.

    c.     Two years prior experience working or living abroad, preferably in the region.

    d.     If a former military service member, rank of O5 or above.

    e.     Competency in spoken Arabic (Modern Standard or Levantine) or French, with a preference for Arabic.


  • 25 May 2021 6:24 PM | Anonymous member

    Argentina Senior Cyber Advisor - CABA - Sincerus Global Solutions Inc Jobs (isolvedhire.com)

    Apply at the embedded link above or contact Chris Forbes at christopher.forbes@sincerusglobal.com   Looking forward to hearing from candidates who wish to continue making a difference on the national defense scene globally!  

    Are you looking to make a difference in security cooperation?

    Sincerus is looking for an experienced Cybersecurity professional to provide expert advisory services to the Ministry of Defense (MOD) in support of Global Defense Reform Program (GDRP) initiatives. GDRP is a US State Department-funded program that, in close coordination with US Department of Defense, focuses on assisting Partner Nations with defense reform and civil-military institutional capacity building efforts. The embedded Senior Advisor will work with the MOD and coordinate with all necessary partners to improve their cyber defense strategy and related ministerial policy. The Advisor will serve in a full time, twelve-month long commitment abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    Advisor duties and responsibilities:

    The Senior Advisor will provide expert guidance and provide the advice and technical assistance needed for the Ministry of Defense (MOD) to become an effective organization within a national cybersecurity environment. The Senior Advisor will also support effective interagency coordination by the MOD within the Government of Argentina around cybersecurity. He/she will provide cyber policy recommendations to MOD civilian and military leadership, to include the Minister, Deputy Minister, and Chief of Defense.

    In furtherance of this goal, the Senior Advisor will support the local MOD to:

    • Assisting the MOD with aligning its overall cyber policies and strategies to the Government's national security strategy.
    • Developing and refining foundational and strategy documents for the MOD to ensure it aligns with the Government's national security strategy.
    • Drafting protocols that outline lines of action, and roles and responsibilities of the MOD that will help both leadership and the Government to better understand and define the role and functions of the MOD.
    • Help the MOD to understand the role of a defense ministry within the overall national cybersecurity environment.
    • Provide the necessary expertise to ensure MOD leaders and their staff understand the cybersecurity implications of their decisions.
    • Supporting interagency coordination and encouraging dialogue on cyber roles and responsibilities within the Government.
    • Enhancing the knowledge and capacity of Government staff and leadership involved with the MOD and interagency cyber efforts.
    • Ensure that local Government partners are empowered to make and maintain the recommended changes within the MOD and that the institution has a higher level of capacity because of the Senior Advisor's guidance and efforts.
    • Act as the trusted advisor for the Government and MOD.
    • Where other barriers to institutional change with regards to strategic planning exist, work to identify those barriers, make recommendations to the Government and MOD to overcome them, and where possible, work to address them in support of the desired end state.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:

    The Senior Advisor shall be qualified for the work performed as documented by education, certifications, licenses, permits, test reports, judgments, and similar documentation. At a minimum, the Senior Advisor shall possess the following qualifications.

    • Master's degree in one of the following or a similar subject area: Cybersecurity, Cyber Defense, Global Technology and Development, Information Systems Security, Digital Forensics, AND six (6) years of professional experience working in cybersecurity.

    OR

    • Bachelor's degree in the aforementioned areas AND at least ten (10) years of professional experience working in the relevant specialized discipline(s).
    • Have reached, at a minimum, the rank of O-5 in the military or equivalent in a civilian capacity (i.e., FS-02/GS-14).
    • Two (2) years of experience developing cybersecurity and cyber defense strategy, policy, or procedures.
    • Experience leading projects associated with bilateral and/or multilateral cybersecurity capacity building initiatives.
    • Experience communicating cybersecurity policy and technical concepts to a variety of stakeholders.
    • One (1) year prior experience advising foreign governments.
    • Demonstrated understanding of cybersecurity challenges in emerging markets.
    • Ability to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance issued by the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) prior to contract/task order performance.
    • U.S. citizen.



  • 06 Apr 2021 2:09 PM | Anonymous member

    Strategic Opportunities International is supporting a Department of State effort with the Kenyan Air Force and needs a Strategic Aviation Advisor

    At least three (3) years’ experience at rank comparable to U.S. Military O-6. At least one (1) command tour at squadron-level (USAF or equiv.) or higher. At least two (2) years’ experience working at the Major or Combined Command-level (MAJCOM/COCOM) dealing with international strategy. At least 3,500 flying hours combined.  At least 3 years, and 1,000 hours of instructor pilot (IP) experience. At least 3 years of relevant experience in fielding and integration of one or more aircraft in the (projected) KAF inventory, to include but not limited to: UH-1H Huey II, C-208 Cessna, Tucano, F-5 Tiger II, MD-500/530F, C-145 Sky Truck, AT-802L Air Tractor, Grob trainers, T-38 Talon

    If interested, send your resume to paubrey@strategicopportunities.net

  • 06 Apr 2021 2:08 PM | Anonymous member
    Strategic Opportunities International is supporting a Department of State effort with the Kenyan Air Force and needs a Tactical Aviation Advisor

    The candidate needs ten (10) years’ hands-on experience in operations and maintenance of fixed or rotor-wing aircraft (preferably on comparable aircraft in KAF inventory such as the UH-1 Huey II, AH-1 Cobra, MD530, MD500E, MD550, C-27, and Cessna C208). Also, at least 3 years of relevant experience in fielding and integration of one or more aircraft in the (projected) KAF inventory, to include but not limited to: UH-1H Huey II, C-208 Cessna, Tucano, F-5 Tiger II, MD-500/530F, C-145 Sky Truck, AT-802L Air Tractor, Grob trainers, T-38 Talon

    Must have at least three (3) years’ experience working operational employment of air power, and/or command and control issues. And must have at least 3 years, and 1,000 hours of instructor maintenance experience

    If interested, send your resume to paubrey@strategicopportunities.net

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