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  • 05 Sep 2018 9:44 AM | Anonymous member

    Provide advisory and assistance support (A&AS) to the Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of the Air Force, International Affairs, (SAF/IA), with regional and country specific expertise. This support is required for developing Letters of Offer and Acceptance (LOA) and ensuring compliance with existing LOAs for regions or Partner Nations.

    Requirements:

    5+ years’ experience required:

         a. USAF LOA development and execution management and/or experience as SAF/IA Country Desk Officer

         b. Pseudo FMS case programming

         c Security Cooperation programs

         d. Building Partner Capacity and Security Force Assistance programs

         e. Knowledge and understanding of the roles and missions of USAF, program offices, and industry roles in FMS

         f. Knowledge and understanding of security cooperation, international affairs, security assistance, foreign military sales to include the processes, legislation, and stakeholders.

         g. Knowledge and understanding of SAF/IA’s role in US Government and International security cooperation community

         h. Demonstrated experience developing and implementing DoD acquisition policies, laws, regulations, and guidance required to implement FMS LOAs

    Desired

    •             Master’s Degree, an emphasis in an International Affairs curriculum.

    •             Fluency or Proficiency capability in a foreign language.

    •             US DoD staff experience in a military or civilian capacity.

    •             Prior experience with systems/capabilities and Partner Nation language and culture familiarity.

    •             Familiarity with the Defense Security Cooperation Agency Security Assistance Management Manual (SAMM).

    •             Prior experience with weapons systems/capabilities in airlift (for example: C-17, C-130), integrated air missile defense (Ex. Early Warning Radar), command and control (Air Operations Center, Air Defense Operations Center), refueling (Ex. KC-46), and pilot/language training (Ex. Defense Language Institute).


    Please contact: Phil Dupont (pdupont@spa.com / 703.399.7987)

    www.spa.com 

  • 01 Jul 2018 3:26 PM | Anonymous member

    Strategic Opportunities International is looking for 2 Military Intelligence Professionals to support a Department of State task order in Mali.  Advisors will be primarily based in Bamako, Mali.  One Advisor will embed w/ the Directorate of Security Militaire (DSM) and the other Advisor will embed with the Ministry of Defense (MOD) Joint Operations Center (JOC). Selected individuals will provide training and training support services  They willprovide training and training support services to familiarize personnel with intelligence operations, intelligence support to mission command, and operating of a joint intelligence fusion cell. Plan, design, and conduct special staff training, designed to provide for the professional development of the operations and intelligence special staff to include: military decision-making process, the orders process, intelligence preparation of the battlefield, course of action development, duties and responsibilities of various staff members, intelligence cycles, intelligence fusion center operations, and the integration of intelligence into operations and planning. As necessary:

     French fluency highly desired.  Apply online at http://www.strategicopportunities.net/careers.html

  • 29 Jun 2018 2:21 PM | Anonymous member

    Strategic Opportunities International LLC is looking 2 personnel to serve as subject matter experts and as members of a Defense Advisor Technical Assistance Field Team (TAFT) to provide Defense Planning and Policies advisory services to the Government of Georgia, assisting in the execution of the Georgia Defense Readiness Program (GDRP) the Ministry of Defense of Georgia and Georgian Armed Forces (GAF) General Staff are executing reforms to policy, doctrine, and systems of training management.

    The mission of the Contractor is to synchronize and shape GDRP-Training (GDRP-T) and GDRP-Institutional (GDRP-I) efforts to assist GAF to integrate lessons learned from GDRP-T for long-term development of Georgia self-sustained defense readiness to perform assigned missions.


    Qualifications for all Key Personnel:

    -       Each TAFT member will have experience in Joint Staff OPS center, familiarization of NATO standards/Operations, and Graduate of (Senior Staff College, USASMA, and/or the USAWC).


    -       The TAFT Team Chief shall be the contractor’s primary point of contact and shall have the authority to act for the contractor on all contract matters relating to daily operation of this contract.

    -       The TAFT Team chief shall have the skills required to effectively lead and manage a small team, under austere conditions, with minimal direct supervision.

     

    Apply online at http://www.strategicopportunities.net/careers.html
  • 18 Jun 2018 5:32 PM | Anonymous member

    Strategic Opportunities International is looking two (2) Logistics Advisors and one (1) maintenance Advisor.  Place of performance is Nairobi, Kenya embedded w/ Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) Logistics, Maintenance and Supply Depot at Kahawa Barracks, Nairobi with some travel to outstations such as Kenyatta Barracks (Gilgil), Embakasi Barracks (Nairobi), Noi Barracks (Eldoret), Kenya Naval Base Mtongwe (Mombasa), Kenya Naval Base Manda Bay (Lamu), Laikipia Air Base (Laikipia), Moi Air Base (Nairobi), and Isiolo Training Schools (Isioloa) as required by the COR.

    Candidate must be U.S. citizens capable of maintaining a SECRET security clearance

    Apply at http://www.strategicopportunities.net/careers.html

  • 06 May 2018 8:45 PM | Anonymous member

    SecuriFense, Inc. / Mr. Michael Bradley mbradley@securifense.com
    9928 Oak Knoll Terrace
    Colorado Springs, CO 80920
    719-310-0760

    Position Description: Senior Korea Functional Expert/PACOM Analyst
    Responsible for assisting in developing, coordinating, and advising on the implementation of policies to provide air, space, and cyberspace power expertise supporting the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force (CSAF), Headquarters Air Force Operations, Plans and Requirements (AF/A3), and Component Numbered Air Force Commanders and Staffs, focused on current and near-term operational challenges with respect to Korea and Northeast Asia. The position will routinely attend Joint Staff and OSD planners' working group events in support of operational planning and policy analysis to make optimal recommendations for the employment of Air Force capabilities associated with Korea and Northeast Asia.
    Required/Desired Relevant Skill Areas:  Advise the Joint Staff and Combatant Commanders during operational planning and analysis on the employment of Air Force capabilities against operational challenges associated with Korea and Northeast Asia.
     Provide an operational and Pol-Mil perspective and advice to CSAF, AF/A3 and other senior leaders on the employment of Air Force capabilities for achieving necessary Joint Warfighter effects against challenges associated with Korea and Northeast Asia.
     Provide subject matter expert level support on the establishment, revisions, and reviews of operational plans, policies, procedures, mission objectives with respect to Korea and Northeast Asia.
     Prepare position papers and present high-level briefings.
    Location:
     This position is located at the Pentagon in Washington, DC.
    Security Clearance Requirements:
     This job requires a current Top Secret clearance with Sensitive Compartmentalized Information (SCI) eligibility upon start date.
    If you are interested and meet the criteria mentioned above, please send an email message with your tailored resume highlighting relevant experience and current contact information to mbradley@securifense.com.

  • 07 Feb 2018 12:24 PM | Anonymous member

    Our client, a small government contractor is currently in need of TWO Software Engineers with a minimum Secret Clearance, but prefer Top Secret.  

    Need to have strong front-end development experience (HTML, JavaScript, CSS) and must have worked with Python at some point in your career (does not have to be the current language you're using).  Need to have a minimum of 4 years of programming experience. 

    This position is supporting a law enforcement agency.  You will have to work on-site at the customer in Chantilly some days, with some remote work.  

    If interested, please email Amy Ciccarone at aciccarone@snitechnology.com or call me at 202.429.2244.

  • 22 Jan 2018 11:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    DSCA is recruiting for a Supv Program Analyst, GS-0343-14 with the duty location in Arlington, VA.  This position is within the Security Cooperation Workforce Development Directorate.
    Interested candidates are encouraged to apply by following the link below to USAJOBS:

    https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/489007900


    Announcement opened on Jan 19, 2018 and scheduled to close Jan 23, 2018

  • 19 Jan 2018 10:02 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Announcement #:  AFMC-10118952-000000-9X-JED
    Open 1/17/18
    Closes: 1/24/18
    LINK:  https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/488857300

    We will be filling multiple positions (at least three) from this
    announcement that are open to a variety of SC experience to include DIB, AM&E, FMS (case management, logistics, finance), BPC programs, SC planning, international training, state partnership, regional studies, foreign disclosure, etc.

    In addition, we anticipate additional announcements for instructors (GS-13 also) in Northern Virginia and possibly Ohio later this year.

    The biggest historical roadblocks have been:

    1.       Not listing any teaching or training experience in the resume.
    2LTs, GS-11s, etc. train others all the time.  But if it isn't in the
    resume, you don't qualify to teach at DISCS.

    2.       Not providing copies of transcripts or veterans preference.  I
    trust you.  But civilian personnel does not.  Doesn't matter if it is in
    your personnel file, etc.  Transcripts MUST be in the USAJOBS application or you won't qualify to teach at DISCS.

    3.       Using words other than "Security Cooperation" in your resume. Saying you were an SDO/DATT or MRAP international case manager means something to me, but not the GS-?? who will screen your resume.  If you don't say you have Security Cooperation experience (equivalent to at least a
    GS-12), you don't qualify to teach at DISCS.

    4.       We can only hire US citizens eligible for a secret clearance and who are physically able to conduct training missions in Iraq, Afghanistan, etc. as needed.  Plus in Copenhagen, Huntsville, etc.
    Please forward/apply as desired.  Interested candidates can call the number below if they have questions about DISCS. 
    Questions on the hiring process should go to the POC in the USAJOBS announcement.

    Very Respectfully,

    Mark T. Ahles, Ph.D.
    Dean of Academic Affairs/Deputy Commandant
    The Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies

    1-937-713-3300


  • 09 Jan 2018 11:35 AM | Anonymous member

    Strategic Opportunities International is looking for a Senior Logistics Advisor to be stationed in West Africa (Niger) in support of a Department of State contract. Qualifications of the individual is detailed below

    o   Minimum Requirement: Prior demonstrated experience providing logistical advisory support in austere environments

    o   Two (2) years’ experience working with a developing nation’s military or governments in an advisory role

    o   Ten (10) years’ experience working military logistics

    o   Two (2) years’ experience working military logistics at the Brigade staff level (or equivalent) and above

    o   Native English competency with strong written and verbal communication skills

    o   Graduate of U.S. Armed Services Intermediate Level Education

    o   Demonstrated prior professional experience requiring excellent communications skills, both verbal and written

    o   Demonstrated experience in relationship management yielding zero customer complaints

    o   Highly motivated self-starter able to operate with minimal in-country oversight.

    ·      Preferred Qualifications for Senior Logistics Advisor

    o   Former United States Military Personnel

    o   Prior demonstrated experience providing logistical advisory support in Sub-Saharan Africa.

    o   Five (5) years’ experience working in  Sub-Saharan Africa

    o   French competency with strong written and verbal communication skills or use of translation services, as necessary.

    If you feel you are qualified and are interested - please send a military focused resume in line with the above qualifications to  paubrey@strategicopportunities.net or apply at our website at http://www.strategicopportunities.net/careers.html

  • 07 Jan 2018 8:35 PM | Anonymous member

    CS Lead Planner will develop Communications Strategy, managing a 4-person team with knowledge of international relations, Northeast Asia regional expertise, Korean language proficiency, planning, Exercise and contingency support, computer graphic design, magazine and collateral print media production, MOP and MOE analysis, Key Leader Engagement (KLE) and Spheres of Influence administration, political- military expertise, collection, research, and analysis of CS relevant information on all domains, and problem solving.  The Contractor shall accomplish the above services in a dynamic environment, often event driven, that uses multiple venues and media to communicate USFK Commander’s objectives and messages to a variety of relevant audiences. The goal is to maintain a comprehensive understanding of the regional pol-mil and information environments to inform the communications strategy and provide the right message, of the right content, at the right time to the right audience. Coordinates and synchronizes UNC/CFC/USFK CS initiatives within the headquarters staff and service components, and with DOD, USJCS, USPACOM, ROK MND, and ROKJCS. Coordinate UNC/CFC/USFK actions with PACOM, the ROK JCS, and the ROK/US interagency community. 

    Please respond directly to:

    Steven Mains, PhD
    CEO, TechMIS, LLC
    Direct: +1 757-814-3598
    Skype: sjmains 

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