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OBXtek is currently staffing for Contract Simulator Instructors (CSI) to train Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) in the T-38 simulators as well as administer academics and testing in accordance with the applicable Air Education and Training Command (AETC) syllabus.  CSI's will augment the existing Government Civilian Simulator Instructor workforce. CSIs applying aviator experience, serve as a simulator instructor for students in Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) in the T-38 aircraft. Maintains an extensive knowledge of simulator capabilities and functions, prepares mission profiles to support course objectives, and formulates quality control procedures to standardize training and evaluation.  Employee plans simulator missions in accordance with the syllabus, and thoroughly briefs students on mission profile and expected training maneuver performance objectives.  Knowledge and skill gained through experience and training as a pilot are essential in demonstrating flying maneuvers and performing duties from the simulator Instructor Operating Station (IOS).  Simulator Training responsibilities:Instruct students on the basic skills involved in aircraft flight, to the more advanced areas such as instrument and night flying, formation flying, performing aerobatic and evasive maneuvers, cross-country flights to unfamiliar fields, and flying low-level missions.  Responsible for ensuring students completely grasp aircraft operating capabilities and limitations, procedures for handling emergencies (flight and ground), and the essential skills needed to precisely handle and maneuver the aircraft safely prior to releasing the student to fly the aircraft.  Teach instrument flight planning, as well as instrument flight using aircraft navigational instruments and systems in conjunction with air navigational aids.  Instructor evaluates the student’s ability to progress to further advanced courses, determining through evaluation if students should continue or be recommended for elimination, and recommending additional training for students whose progress is unsatisfactory.  Instructor maintains comprehensive knowledge of flight practices and procedures to effectively operate the simulator console and provide a variety of profiles designed to teach students flight methods and techniques.  Provide instruction to students while making constant inputs to mission conditions at the IOS.  Debriefs students on simulator mission performance following each session and grades the required mission maneuver items in accordance with the appropriate syllabus Maneuver Item File (MIF) performance standards.  Enters student grades into the Training Management System following mission accomplishment and ensures simulator objectives are met prior to allowing unrated students to fly the objective in the aircraft.  Annotates a written explanation in the comment section of student grade books for any grade not meeting MIF standards.  Instructors receive a periodic simulator check from the Wing Standardization/Evaluation Division which meets the standards for the check given to military pilots in the aircraft.  The instructor is responsible for completing general knowledge and instrument knowledge testing prior to these required checks and for completing the same Instrument Refresher Course attended by military pilots prior to their simulator checks.  Attend syllabus review conferences to make recommendations for change; determine course content and materials; and determine the appropriate level of emphasis for new syllabus items. Incumbent identifies the need for new and updated guidance and recommends change. Utilizes knowledge and experience to provide substantial adaptation or extension of available guides and established procedures.  Academic Instruction Responsibilities:Present academic course content such as fundamentals of flight, Air Force doctrine, security procedures, mishap prevention, air discipline and judgment, as well as courses involving major aircraft systems, aircraft operating limitations and advanced handling, basic and tactical formation, fuel systems, critical situations, and emergency procedures. Research, organize, prepare, and present instruction in accordance with the prescribed course framework. Researches new or changing subjects to identify source information and prepare original material, revise existing lesson material, or adapt lessons and material to support the needs of a particular student or class. Designs, develops, and maintains accurate/current visual training aids and uses practical exercises to enhance student comprehension. Ensures classrooms, training facilities, and training aids are ready for use. Reviews and evaluates course curriculum to ensure material is current, technically accurate, and meets the training needs of students.  Teach the Academic Instructor course which qualifies new instructors to become academic instructor qualified. As an academic instructor, employee is regularly evaluated on classroom instruction. Provides feedback on courses to include teaching methodology and courseware with the aim of enhancing a continuous improvement process in the Undergraduate Flying Training environment. Coordinates with supervision and Major Command (MAJCOM) personnel for clarification of courseware, to make suggestions on corrections and/or modifications in curriculum, and to update training policies and procedures. Coordinat with other instructors and headquarters personnel on matters involving related interests and responsibilities, and maintains sources for research. Remain knowledgeable of changes to processes/procedures in aircraft systems, as well as new or changed instructional and evaluation techniques. Checks student performance of objectives, tailoring approaches and techniques to student needs. Observes student classroom activities and participation. Evaluates student performance in achieving objectives, discusses level of performance with the student, and counsels individuals on attainment of specified standards or to identify and resolve problems. Administers measurement devices, provides feedback, recommends special study for students when needed, and identifies outstanding performance for special recognition. Instructor is responsible for evaluating when the student’s performance in the simulator or academically warrants placement on the Commander’s Awareness Program (CAP).  Ancillary ResponsibilitiesConduct special research, studies, and analysis to evaluate quality of instructional materials and student performance, interpreting results, and making recommendations for change. Attend courses, conferences, and briefings to increase knowledge of training processes and procedures. Remain abreast of changes to syllabus, course materials, and simulator systems. Perform as required as a Range Control Safety Officer for Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals (IFF) range missions. Employee utilizes knowledge of range scoring systems, range target systems and emergency response actions to ensure safety of personnel and aircraft on the range. Quickly assess a variety of information in the range environment and reacts with sound decisions and judgment. Instructor maintain a complete, up-to-date set of flying publications consistent with that required of the active duty flight instructors. The instructor must have a complete and thorough knowledge of all material in these flying publication
Agency/Project
USAF
Job ID
2022-5005
Security Clearance
National Agency Check with Local Agency Check and Credit Check (NACLC)
Job Locations US-TX-Del Rio
OBXtek is currently staffing for a contingent proposal for Contract Simulator Instructors (CSI) to train Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) in the T-38 simulators as well as administer academics and testing in accordance with the applicable Air Education and Training Command (AETC) syllabus.  CSI's will augment the existing Government Civilian Simulator Instructor workforce. CSIs applying aviator experience, serve as a simulator instructor for students in Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) in the T-38 aircraft. Maintains an extensive knowledge of simulator capabilities and functions, prepares mission profiles to support course objectives, and formulates quality control procedures to standardize training and evaluation.  Employee plans simulator missions in accordance with the syllabus, and thoroughly briefs students on mission profile and expected training maneuver performance objectives.  Knowledge and skill gained through experience and training as a pilot are essential in demonstrating flying maneuvers and performing duties from the simulator Instructor Operating Station (IOS).  Simulator Training responsibilities:Instruct students on the basic skills involved in aircraft flight, to the more advanced areas such as instrument and night flying, formation flying, performing aerobatic and evasive maneuvers, cross-country flights to unfamiliar fields, and flying low-level missions.  Responsible for ensuring students completely grasp aircraft operating capabilities and limitations, procedures for handling emergencies (flight and ground), and the essential skills needed to precisely handle and maneuver the aircraft safely prior to releasing the student to fly the aircraft.  Teach instrument flight planning, as well as instrument flight using aircraft navigational instruments and systems in conjunction with air navigational aids.  Instructor evaluates the student’s ability to progress to further advanced courses, determining through evaluation if students should continue or be recommended for elimination, and recommending additional training for students whose progress is unsatisfactory.  Instructor maintains comprehensive knowledge of flight practices and procedures to effectively operate the simulator console and provide a variety of profiles designed to teach students flight methods and techniques.  Provide instruction to students while making constant inputs to mission conditions at the IOS.  Debriefs students on simulator mission performance following each session and grades the required mission maneuver items in accordance with the appropriate syllabus Maneuver Item File (MIF) performance standards.  Enters student grades into the Training Management System following mission accomplishment and ensures simulator objectives are met prior to allowing unrated students to fly the objective in the aircraft.  Annotates a written explanation in the comment section of student grade books for any grade not meeting MIF standards.  Instructors receive a periodic simulator check from the Wing Standardization/Evaluation Division which meets the standards for the check given to military pilots in the aircraft.  The instructor is responsible for completing general knowledge and instrument knowledge testing prior to these required checks and for completing the same Instrument Refresher Course attended by military pilots prior to their simulator checks.  Attend syllabus review conferences to make recommendations for change; determine course content and materials; and determine the appropriate level of emphasis for new syllabus items. Incumbent identifies the need for new and updated guidance and recommends change. Utilizes knowledge and experience to provide substantial adaptation or extension of available guides and established procedures.  Academic Instruction Responsibilities:Present academic course content such as fundamentals of flight, Air Force doctrine, security procedures, mishap prevention, air discipline and judgment, as well as courses involving major aircraft systems, aircraft operating limitations and advanced handling, basic and tactical formation, fuel systems, critical situations, and emergency procedures. Research, organize, prepare, and present instruction in accordance with the prescribed course framework. Researches new or changing subjects to identify source information and prepare original material, revise existing lesson material, or adapt lessons and material to support the needs of a particular student or class. Designs, develops, and maintains accurate/current visual training aids and uses practical exercises to enhance student comprehension. Ensures classrooms, training facilities, and training aids are ready for use. Reviews and evaluates course curriculum to ensure material is current, technically accurate, and meets the training needs of students.  Teach the Academic Instructor course which qualifies new instructors to become academic instructor qualified. As an academic instructor, employee is regularly evaluated on classroom instruction. Provides feedback on courses to include teaching methodology and courseware with the aim of enhancing a continuous improvement process in the Undergraduate Flying Training environment. Coordinates with supervision and Major Command (MAJCOM) personnel for clarification of courseware, to make suggestions on corrections and/or modifications in curriculum, and to update training policies and procedures. Coordinat with other instructors and headquarters personnel on matters involving related interests and responsibilities, and maintains sources for research. Remain knowledgeable of changes to processes/procedures in aircraft systems, as well as new or changed instructional and evaluation techniques. Checks student performance of objectives, tailoring approaches and techniques to student needs. Observes student classroom activities and participation. Evaluates student performance in achieving objectives, discusses level of performance with the student, and counsels individuals on attainment of specified standards or to identify and resolve problems. Administers measurement devices, provides feedback, recommends special study for students when needed, and identifies outstanding performance for special recognition. Instructor is responsible for evaluating when the student’s performance in the simulator or academically warrants placement on the Commander’s Awareness Program (CAP).  Ancillary ResponsibilitiesConduct special research, studies, and analysis to evaluate quality of instructional materials and student performance, interpreting results, and making recommendations for change. Attend courses, conferences, and briefings to increase knowledge of training processes and procedures. Remain abreast of changes to syllabus, course materials, and simulator systems. Perform as required as a Range Control Safety Officer for Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals (IFF) range missions. Employee utilizes knowledge of range scoring systems, range target systems and emergency response actions to ensure safety of personnel and aircraft on the range. Quickly assess a variety of information in the range environment and reacts with sound decisions and judgment. Instructor maintain a complete, up-to-date set of flying publications consistent with that required of the active duty flight instructors. The instructor must have a complete and thorough knowledge of all material in these flying publication
Agency/Project
USAF
Job ID
2022-5004
Security Clearance
National Agency Check with Local Agency Check and Credit Check (NACLC)
Job Locations US-TX-Del Rio
OBXtek is currently staffing a contingent proposal which includes Contract Simulator Instructors (CSI) to train Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) in the T-6 simulators as well as administer academics and testing in accordance with the applicable Air Education and Training Command (AETC) syllabus.  CSI's will augment the existing Government Civilian Simulator Instructor workforce. CSIs applying aviator experience, serve as a simulator instructor for students in Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) in the T-6 aircraft. Maintains an extensive knowledge of simulator capabilities and functions, prepares mission profiles to support course objectives, and formulates quality control procedures to standardize training and evaluation.  Employee plans simulator missions in accordance with the syllabus, and thoroughly briefs students on mission profile and expected training maneuver performance objectives.  Knowledge and skill gained through experience and training as a pilot are essential in demonstrating flying maneuvers and performing duties from the simulator Instructor Operating Station (IOS).  Simulator Training responsibilities:Instruct students on the basic skills involved in aircraft flight, to the more advanced areas such as instrument and night flying, formation flying, performing aerobatic and evasive maneuvers, cross-country flights to unfamiliar fields, and flying low-level missions.  Responsible for ensuring students completely grasp aircraft operating capabilities and limitations, procedures for handling emergencies (flight and ground), and the essential skills needed to precisely handle and maneuver the aircraft safely prior to releasing the student to fly the aircraft.  Teach instrument flight planning, as well as instrument flight using aircraft navigational instruments and systems in conjunction with air navigational aids.  Instructor evaluates the student’s ability to progress to further advanced courses, determining through evaluation if students should continue or be recommended for elimination, and recommending additional training for students whose progress is unsatisfactory.  Instructor maintains comprehensive knowledge of flight practices and procedures to effectively operate the simulator console and provide a variety of profiles designed to teach students flight methods and techniques.  Provide instruction to students while making constant inputs to mission conditions at the IOS.  Debriefs students on simulator mission performance following each session and grades the required mission maneuver items in accordance with the appropriate syllabus Maneuver Item File (MIF) performance standards.  Enters student grades into the Training Management System following mission accomplishment and ensures simulator objectives are met prior to allowing unrated students to fly the objective in the aircraft.  Annotates a written explanation in the comment section of student grade books for any grade not meeting MIF standards.  Instructors receive a periodic simulator check from the Wing Standardization/Evaluation Division which meets the standards for the check given to military pilots in the aircraft.  The instructor is responsible for completing general knowledge and instrument knowledge testing prior to these required checks and for completing the same Instrument Refresher Course attended by military pilots prior to their simulator checks.  Attend syllabus review conferences to make recommendations for change; determine course content and materials; and determine the appropriate level of emphasis for new syllabus items. Incumbent identifies the need for new and updated guidance and recommends change. Utilizes knowledge and experience to provide substantial adaptation or extension of available guides and established procedures.  Academic Instruction Responsibilities:Present academic course content such as fundamentals of flight, Air Force doctrine, security procedures, mishap prevention, air discipline and judgment, as well as courses involving major aircraft systems, aircraft operating limitations and advanced handling, basic and tactical formation, fuel systems, critical situations, and emergency procedures. Research, organize, prepare, and present instruction in accordance with the prescribed course framework. Researches new or changing subjects to identify source information and prepare original material, revise existing lesson material, or adapt lessons and material to support the needs of a particular student or class. Designs, develops, and maintains accurate/current visual training aids and uses practical exercises to enhance student comprehension. Ensures classrooms, training facilities, and training aids are ready for use. Reviews and evaluates course curriculum to ensure material is current, technically accurate, and meets the training needs of students.  Teach the Academic Instructor course which qualifies new instructors to become academic instructor qualified. As an academic instructor, employee is regularly evaluated on classroom instruction. Provides feedback on courses to include teaching methodology and courseware with the aim of enhancing a continuous improvement process in the Undergraduate Flying Training environment. Coordinates with supervision and Major Command (MAJCOM) personnel for clarification of courseware, to make suggestions on corrections and/or modifications in curriculum, and to update training policies and procedures. Coordinat with other instructors and headquarters personnel on matters involving related interests and responsibilities, and maintains sources for research. Remain knowledgeable of changes to processes/procedures in aircraft systems, as well as new or changed instructional and evaluation techniques. Checks student performance of objectives, tailoring approaches and techniques to student needs. Observes student classroom activities and participation. Evaluates student performance in achieving objectives, discusses level of performance with the student, and counsels individuals on attainment of specified standards or to identify and resolve problems. Administers measurement devices, provides feedback, recommends special study for students when needed, and identifies outstanding performance for special recognition. Instructor is responsible for evaluating when the student’s performance in the simulator or academically warrants placement on the Commander’s Awareness Program (CAP).  Ancillary ResponsibilitiesConduct special research, studies, and analysis to evaluate quality of instructional materials and student performance, interpreting results, and making recommendations for change. Attend courses, conferences, and briefings to increase knowledge of training processes and procedures. Remain abreast of changes to syllabus, course materials, and simulator systems. Perform as required as a Range Control Safety Officer for Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals (IFF) range missions. Employee utilizes knowledge of range scoring systems, range target systems and emergency response actions to ensure safety of personnel and aircraft on the range. Quickly assess a variety of information in the range environment and reacts with sound decisions and judgment. Instructor maintain a complete, up-to-date set of flying publications consistent with that required of the active duty flight instructors. The instructor must have a complete and thorough knowledge of all material in these flying publication.
Agency/Project
USAF
Job ID
2022-5003
Security Clearance
National Agency Check with Local Agency Check and Credit Check (NACLC)
Job Locations US-MS-Columbus
OBXtek is currently staffing for Contract Simulator Instructors (CSI) to train Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) in the T-38 simulators as well as administer academics and testing in accordance with the applicable Air Education and Training Command (AETC) syllabus.  CSI's will augment the existing Government Civilian Simulator Instructor workforce. CSIs applying aviator experience, serve as a simulator instructor for students in Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) in the T-38 aircraft. Maintains an extensive knowledge of simulator capabilities and functions, prepares mission profiles to support course objectives, and formulates quality control procedures to standardize training and evaluation.  Employee plans simulator missions in accordance with the syllabus, and thoroughly briefs students on mission profile and expected training maneuver performance objectives.  Knowledge and skill gained through experience and training as a pilot are essential in demonstrating flying maneuvers and performing duties from the simulator Instructor Operating Station (IOS).  Simulator Training responsibilities:Instruct students on the basic skills involved in aircraft flight, to the more advanced areas such as instrument and night flying, formation flying, performing aerobatic and evasive maneuvers, cross-country flights to unfamiliar fields, and flying low-level missions.  Responsible for ensuring students completely grasp aircraft operating capabilities and limitations, procedures for handling emergencies (flight and ground), and the essential skills needed to precisely handle and maneuver the aircraft safely prior to releasing the student to fly the aircraft.  Teach instrument flight planning, as well as instrument flight using aircraft navigational instruments and systems in conjunction with air navigational aids.  Instructor evaluates the student’s ability to progress to further advanced courses, determining through evaluation if students should continue or be recommended for elimination, and recommending additional training for students whose progress is unsatisfactory.  Instructor maintains comprehensive knowledge of flight practices and procedures to effectively operate the simulator console and provide a variety of profiles designed to teach students flight methods and techniques.  Provide instruction to students while making constant inputs to mission conditions at the IOS.  Debriefs students on simulator mission performance following each session and grades the required mission maneuver items in accordance with the appropriate syllabus Maneuver Item File (MIF) performance standards.  Enters student grades into the Training Management System following mission accomplishment and ensures simulator objectives are met prior to allowing unrated students to fly the objective in the aircraft.  Annotates a written explanation in the comment section of student grade books for any grade not meeting MIF standards.  Instructors receive a periodic simulator check from the Wing Standardization/Evaluation Division which meets the standards for the check given to military pilots in the aircraft.  The instructor is responsible for completing general knowledge and instrument knowledge testing prior to these required checks and for completing the same Instrument Refresher Course attended by military pilots prior to their simulator checks.  Attend syllabus review conferences to make recommendations for change; determine course content and materials; and determine the appropriate level of emphasis for new syllabus items. Incumbent identifies the need for new and updated guidance and recommends change. Utilizes knowledge and experience to provide substantial adaptation or extension of available guides and established procedures.  Academic Instruction Responsibilities:Present academic course content such as fundamentals of flight, Air Force doctrine, security procedures, mishap prevention, air discipline and judgment, as well as courses involving major aircraft systems, aircraft operating limitations and advanced handling, basic and tactical formation, fuel systems, critical situations, and emergency procedures. Research, organize, prepare, and present instruction in accordance with the prescribed course framework. Researches new or changing subjects to identify source information and prepare original material, revise existing lesson material, or adapt lessons and material to support the needs of a particular student or class. Designs, develops, and maintains accurate/current visual training aids and uses practical exercises to enhance student comprehension. Ensures classrooms, training facilities, and training aids are ready for use. Reviews and evaluates course curriculum to ensure material is current, technically accurate, and meets the training needs of students.  Teach the Academic Instructor course which qualifies new instructors to become academic instructor qualified. As an academic instructor, employee is regularly evaluated on classroom instruction. Provides feedback on courses to include teaching methodology and courseware with the aim of enhancing a continuous improvement process in the Undergraduate Flying Training environment. Coordinates with supervision and Major Command (MAJCOM) personnel for clarification of courseware, to make suggestions on corrections and/or modifications in curriculum, and to update training policies and procedures. Coordinat with other instructors and headquarters personnel on matters involving related interests and responsibilities, and maintains sources for research. Remain knowledgeable of changes to processes/procedures in aircraft systems, as well as new or changed instructional and evaluation techniques. Checks student performance of objectives, tailoring approaches and techniques to student needs. Observes student classroom activities and participation. Evaluates student performance in achieving objectives, discusses level of performance with the student, and counsels individuals on attainment of specified standards or to identify and resolve problems. Administers measurement devices, provides feedback, recommends special study for students when needed, and identifies outstanding performance for special recognition. Instructor is responsible for evaluating when the student’s performance in the simulator or academically warrants placement on the Commander’s Awareness Program (CAP).  Ancillary ResponsibilitiesConduct special research, studies, and analysis to evaluate quality of instructional materials and student performance, interpreting results, and making recommendations for change. Attend courses, conferences, and briefings to increase knowledge of training processes and procedures. Remain abreast of changes to syllabus, course materials, and simulator systems. Perform as required as a Range Control Safety Officer for Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals (IFF) range missions. Employee utilizes knowledge of range scoring systems, range target systems and emergency response actions to ensure safety of personnel and aircraft on the range. Quickly assess a variety of information in the range environment and reacts with sound decisions and judgment. Instructor maintain a complete, up-to-date set of flying publications consistent with that required of the active duty flight instructors. The instructor must have a complete and thorough knowledge of all material in these flying publication
Agency/Project
USAF
Job ID
2022-5002
Security Clearance
National Agency Check with Local Agency Check and Credit Check (NACLC)
Job Locations US-MD-Annapolis
OBXtek is looking for Help Desk Specialist at the US Naval Academy Information Technology Services to provide excellent customer-oriented assistance and Repair Shop support.  This position is responsible for the receipt, dispersal, storage and disposal of IT equipment as well as repair of hardware, software and configuration.   The US Naval Academy Information Technology Services Division (ITSD) provides voice, video and data communications service and support for selected organizations located throughout the Annapolis Area Complex (AAC).  These offerings are a critical component of USNA ITSD's centrally managed and fully integrated responsibilities encompassing all AAC information technology. The USNA ITSD supports approximately 7000 clients located throughout the 650-acre AAC. The ITSD Client Services Department is responsible to provide IT support to all clients.  Tier 1 support consists of receiving requests for service, providing telephone assistance in resolving reported problems, and tracking requests in a ticket management system from receipt of call to completion of service.  Tier 2 support is invoked when telephone consultation proves inadequate to resolve the user's issues and consists of the resolution of trouble ticket requiring a visit by information technology specialists to the client's work site or vice versa.  Both Tier 1 and Tier 2 support also utilize remote assistance by connecting to client workstations in order to facilitate delivering services to customers within the AAC. The ITSD supports approximately 7,000 midshipmen, faculty and staff in an integrated network-centric environment.  The technology environment must be available 24x7 unless specifically excepted with appropriate advance notice to affected users.  The majority of users access technology during the day although reliance on remote access to technology outside of normal working hours is becoming commonplace.  As a mission-critical resource users expect the ability to access technology anywhere anytime.  Consequently user-issue resolution by CS support personnel in conjunction with USNA ITSD requires a sense of urgency in delivering immediate and effective responses.
Agency/Project
USNA
Job ID
2022-5001
Security Clearance
Public Trust
Job Locations US-Remote, local to Northern Virginia
OBXtek is staffing for an Intermediate level Web Application Developer who is partially remote but local in the Northern Virginia area.  The work will include the following:- Works under general direction of Assistant Program Manager- Designs, develops, troubleshoots, debugs, and implements software code (such as HTML5, CSS3, and JavasScript) for a component of the website.- Works with graphic designers and other members of a project team to develop the site concept, interface design, and architecture of the website.- Responsible for interface implementation. Integrates web applications with backend databases.- Deploys large web-based transaction systems using application servers.- Researches, tests, builds, and coordinates the integration of new products per production and client requirements.- Requires strong navigation and site-design instincts.
Agency/Project
US Army
Job ID
2022-5000
Security Clearance
Public Trust
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
OBXtek is looking for an Information Assurance Engineer (IAE) - Security Control Assessor who will be responsible for assessment and authorization (A&A) activities for Treasury systems, as well as assist and advise system and application developers in the design and development of secure systems architecture in accordance with National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 800 series and Department guidelines. The duties will include but not be limited to the following tasks:- Serve as the primary security lead for High, Moderate, and Low impact systems that support Treasury applications. - Tests the required security controls monthly and drives the overall A&A life-cycle process in accordance with the Department of the Treasury System Development Life-Cycle (SDLC) and includes the following functions:- Provide guidance to COR, IT Director and System developers as it related to the A&A process using both the National Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST) Special Publication (SP) 800 series and Department guidelines. - Assist and advise System owners and System developers in the design and development of secure systems architecture as well as industry best practices and information systems technologies available to meet AIS security requirements.- Gathers required information to support system authorization by organizing technical working groups, conducting fact-finding interviews, attending system demos, assessing system security categorization levels, establishing system security control baselines, and acting as a security advisor to the COR during the security controls implementation.- Develop and update the SCA.- Monitor the assigned system weekly. In order to maintain an open line of communication, the IAE conducts weekly or monthly meetings with COR and developers. - Schedule and facilitate boundary meetings, RMF kick-off meetings and POA&M meetings.- RME review, monitor, and report POA&M status to all stakeholders including PM, ISSO, ISSM, System Owner, System Development Team, and System Operation Teams. - Analyze Configuration Change Requests (CCRs) by conducting a security impact analysis initiating required actions to maintain security posture and ATO status.
Agency/Project
Dept. of Treasury
Job ID
2022-4996
Security Clearance
Top Secret with SCI eligibility
Job Locations US-VA-Springfield
OBXtek is currently staffing for a Network Support Technical Trainer Iwho is eager to share their knowledge and train employees for the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Technical Security Engineering Team at the US Department of State. This job could be your steppingstone to a new career! With your technical expertise in the Networking field and the training we offer you from Day 1, you will be instructing students who will travel overseas to perform their duties related to national security at US embassies and consulates across the world.  Network Support Technical Trainer I performs classroom instruction based on the trainer’s area of expertise. Trainers are expected to have experience in curriculum development and delivery, familiarization with Cisco Line Interface commands, as well as five years of Tier 2 network support. - - Designs and presents hands-on instruction, lectures, and briefings to class sizes of 6 to 24 people on the following topics: - Basic Computer Networking - LAN administration, configuration and maintenance of network communication devices - Administration and configuration of a Security Management Systems Enterprise - Administration and configuration of an IP based video surveillance system. - Ensures curriculum updates are completed according to policies. - Works closely with Instructional Design, Systems Development, Manufacturers and associated offices/departments to develop and deliver technical security system training syllabi/curriculum/ lesson plans, presentation media, administrative/self-study guides, and trainee reference manuals for technical security devices, systems and procedures in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). - Sets up and operates audio-visual equipment for curriculum delivery. - Ensures that professional development records are maintained at the conclusion of each course in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). - Conducts inventory of classroom equipment for training. - Employs applicable Department of State security standards and other procedures to protect national security information. - Operates U.S. government vehicles as necessary in the performance of assigned tasks. - Travels to U.S. and foreign training sites. - Exercise independent judgment and initiative daily and requires infrequent supervision - Recommends improvements to the training curriculum and SOP’s. Work will be hybrid in nature: 3 days in the office and 2 days working remotely from home; unless instructing, which is always done in person.
Agency/Project
Dept. of State
Job ID
2022-4994
Security Clearance
Secret
Job Locations US-VA-Springfield
OBXtek is currently staffing for a Locks Specialist - II who is eager to share their knowledge and train employees for the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Technical Security Engineering Team at the US Department of State. This job could be your steppingstone to a new career! With your technical expertise in the locks field and the training we offer you from Day 1, you will be instructing students who will travel overseas to perform their duties related to national security at US embassies and consulates across the world.  The major duties you will perform will be similar to the following:- After a series of trainings, you will be able to present hands-on instruction, lectures, and briefings to audiences in the installation, modification of locks systems; GSA Locks and Containers; Key Locks; Forced Entry and Ballistic Rated Doors and Hardware and Installation, maintenance, and bypass methods of hardware such as:- Hinges- Von Duprin 99 bars- Corbin Russwin mortise locks- Adams-Rite deadbolts- Electric strikes- Magnetic locks- Electrical power transfers- Kaba Simplex 900 and 1000 locks- Continental and Moniteq electronic cypher locks- LCN 4041, 4314-ME door closers, and 4840 openers- Delivers training using established technical security system training syllabi/curriculum/ lesson plans, presentation media, administrative/self-study guides, and trainee reference manuals for technical security devices, systems and procedures in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). - Prepares classrooms, equipment, and student materials for fundamental training course delivery. - Sets up and operates audio-visual equipment required in support of curriculum delivery. - Maintain professional development records - Employs applicable Department of State security standards and other procedures to protect national security information.  Work will be hybrid in nature: 3 days in the office and 2 days working remotely from home; unless instructing, which is always done in person.
Agency/Project
Dept. of State
Job ID
2022-4993
Security Clearance
Secret
Job Locations US-IL-Scott AFB
OBXtek is recruiting for a Security Engineer III to work on the PEO-T contract for USTRANSCOM. The tasks for this person will be, but not limited to, the following:- Formulates/defines system scope and objectives for assigned projects.- Devises or modifies procedures to solve complex problems considering computer equipment capacity and limitations, operating time and form of desired results. - Prepares detailed specifications from which programs will be written. - Responsible for program design, coding, testing, debugging, and documentation. - Has full technical knowledge of all phases of applications systems analysis and programming. - Also has duties instructing, directing, and checking the work of other systems analysis and programming personnel. - Responsible for Quality Assurance (QA) review. - Responsible for directing and monitoring the work of team members. - May be responsible for project completion and user satisfaction.Standard work hours are 0700-1700. *Most of the work can be done remotely at this time. There will be, however, meetings onsite from time to time.*This situation is not firm and may change at any time. 
Agency/Project
USTRANSCOM
Job ID
2022-4992
Security Clearance
Secret
Job Locations US-DC-Pentagon/WDC
OBXtek is currently staffing for an Technical Manager to work within the Air Force (AF) Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Science, Technology and Engineering (AQR).  This position is in support of our Staffing and Technical Acquisitions Support Service contract (STAQSS), supporting the Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition (SAF/AQ). AQR serves as the Air Force S&T Executive, Air Force Acquisition Chief Engineer and Technical Authority, the Air Force Corrosion Control and Prevention Executive, Air Force Standardization Executive, and functional manager for the scientist and engineer (S&E) career field. It develops and implements plans, policies, and procedures for Air Force S&T, laboratory management, technology transition (to include Joint Capability Technology Demonstrations), Technology Cooperation Program, technology transfer, development planning (DP), and experimentation. AQR establishes engineering policy and guidance for Air Force systems, subsystems, and end-items and leads the Systems Security Engineering activities that include the identification and protection of critical program information (CPI) and functions, elimination or mitigation of cyber vulnerabilities, and program protection planning. AQR also establishes policy and guidance for the development, implementation, and operation of the Air Force airworthiness assurance system and advocates for S&T, DP, prototyping and experimentation, technology transition, technology transfer, and S&T intelligence; defends these areas in the corporate Air Force PPBE process; and serves as the primary interface with Congress, OSD, and other government agencies for these non-SAP investments. AQR provides oversight of the scientific and technical information program, to include distribution controls, as well as develops the Air Force S&T strategy in consultation with AF/ST; oversees S&T program elements involved basic and applied research as well as assigned developmental program elements and ensures technology development supports warfighter needs. **This position is currently telework eligible due to COVID, with on-site work approximately 3-4 days per week.**When the Pentagon re-opens fully, this position can potentially be 100% onsite, based on the mission's needs. The tasks for this position include:- Assessing policy requirements and developing policy and procedures governing the interaction of Assurance in Software Engineering (ASE) into all acquisition phases of lifecycle management and sustainment of AF weapon systems.- Planning, developing, and coordinating ASE of weapon system Platform Information Technology (PIT) policy development/writing and plans to include strategic planning, capital planning, and investment control, workforce planning, standards development, resource management, knowledge management, architecture, infrastructure planning and management, as well as auditing.- Planning and coordinating policy development for the acquisition, implementation, and integration of CSRS techniques into software supporting operations in all phases of life cycle management and sustainment of AF weapon systems.- Reviewing existing and proposed policy documents that have Cyber Resiliency sections or possibly impact AF enterprise ASE policy.- Providing ASE expertise especially on weapon system Platform Information Systems (PIT) and Embedded Systems guidance to develop, implement, and evaluate actions to improve the cyber security and resiliency of operational software.- Establishing and promoting consistency across validated security and resiliency software in support of operational systems-level requirements concepts of operations (CONOPS) and architectures and ensures all program technical activities are consistent with these system- level baseline documents.- Reviewing program technical approaches to identify PIT and Embedded systems where integration of material solutions or Tactics, Technics and Practices (TTP) for operational software improves cyber security and resiliency of the entire system.- Reviewing of acquisition programs for integration and technical changes to programs to achieving better software security and resiliency.- Any other tasks closely associated with the performance of duties listed above and as coordinated with the COR.  
Agency/Project
USAF
Job ID
2022-4981
Security Clearance
Top Secret with SCI eligibility
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
OBXtek is staffing for Joint Event Life Cycle (JELC) Exercise Planner for the National Guard Bureau in Arlington, VA. The work will include but not be limited to the following:- Produce a report of information outlined in the Joint Event Life Cycle (JELC) listed in TE4 (STPA Checklist). - Provide the tasks and deliverables required by the JELC for approximately 220 events per year. - Provide support for the Collective Training Branch (NG-J374) working at the NGB/NCR home office.- Ensure that they provide proposed planning, training and support for NGB and JFHQs-State IAW CJCSM 3500-series policy documents. - Support the requirements of exercises during: command post exercises (CPX), field training exercise (FTX), staff and table top exercises (TTX) at the National, regional, State, local and unit levels using Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS), Joint Training Information Management System (JTIMS), Joint Lessons Learned Information System (JLLIS) and Army Training Information Management System (ARTIMS) to automate the development of joint collective training events:- Facilitate and document exercise products. Formats and deadlines are subject to change, at the discretion of on-site program manager and military lead. - Validate and verify that event execution is in accordance with pre-approved planning. - Update branch upon the completion of the event execution. - Upon return from the event execution, complete TE9 to summarize Exercise Objectives, Observations and Findings, and Conclusions within five (5) business days. - Upon return from the event execution, commence tasks within TE3 and report weekly status during CRE weekly meetings.- Provide JELC planning status during the weekly JIET synch meeting.
Agency/Project
National Guard Bureau
Job ID
2022-4978
Security Clearance
Secret
Job Locations US-TX-San Antonio
 OBXtek is looking for a PC Technician/Help Desk to fill an opening at Lackland AFB. The overall project mission is to have expert support to assist in maintaining the integrity, continuity and daily administration of the Air Force Medical Readiness Agency IT support organizations.  The role of the PC Technician is to support and maintain computer systems, desktops, and peripherals. The person will also troubleshoot problem areas in a timely and accurate fashion and provide end user training and assistance where required. Responsibilities include:- Monitors and responds to hardware, software, and network problems utilizing hardware and software testing tools and techniques. - Interfaces with vendor support service groups to ensure appropriate notification during outages or period of degraded system performance. - Assists with installation of terminals and associated hardware. - In support of microcomputer applications, analyzes requirements; creates, designs and develops requirements in required media; provides program support; tests, debugs and writes documentation as required. - Provides customer assistance support in setting up microcomputers and/or installing software packages, when required. - Provides user training for hardware/software products; identifies problems and resolves hardware/software/network malfunctions; performs minor hardware/software/network maintenance such as board replacement, cable switching, communication assistance, hardware (printers) installation/replacement; interfaces with mainframe, LANs, Networks, provides analysis support for such requirements. - Operates the computer consoles; following prescribed scheduled work sheet instructions. Responds to basic console message error halts and report unusual occurrences to appropriate personnel. Isolates causes of machine stops or malfunctions and initiates corrective action to fix and prevent future problems. - Performs Start Up, Power Off, Shut Downs and Power Failure Recovery procedures when required. - Promptly and accurately reports all maintenance calls. Notifies vendors of software and hardware problems. Works with vendors to correct system faults. - Supports functional users in troubleshooting computer related problems. Polite, patient, and customer focused assistance is a must. Notify users of modified input data/format requirements. - Adhere to AF, DHA, JBSA Lackland, 59 MDW, and AFMRA regulations concerning Computer Operations. - Support users in the structuring of requests and inquiries with a user oriented language; identifies possible technical problems in the terminal, communication lines or the computer system; and advises the terminal user of where and how to acquire appropriate technical assistance. - Use trouble ticket software (Remedy or other method as mutually agreed upon by COR and Site Lead) to document and maintain all user trouble calls. A ticket number will be given to the customer when the ticket is created. - Conducts on-the job orientation, demonstrates how to operate equipment, loads new software releases, submits Communications-Computer Systems Requirements Document (CSRD) and System Change Requests (SCR), and assists functional users with any system problems they may encounter. - Conducts all In/Out processing of AFMRA, AFMSA, and 1 MRS personnel. - Perform approximately 1,200 CAC resets per year. - Operates in the position of alternate ISSO, and Telecommunications Officer (TCO). - Provides overall support for VTCs, provide VTC support service until the completion of the event, provide training on VTC equipment, configuration of user log-on routines, maintenance of workstations, and associated peripherals.
Agency/Project
USAF
Job ID
2022-4969
Security Clearance
Secret
Job Locations US-MS-Columbus
OBXtek is currently staffing for Contract Simulator Instructors (CSI) to train Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) in the T-6 simulators as well as administer academics and testing in accordance with the applicable Air Education and Training Command (AETC) syllabus.  CSI's will augment the existing Government Civilian Simulator Instructor workforce. CSIs applying aviator experience, serve as a simulator instructor for students in Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) in the T-6 aircraft. Maintains an extensive knowledge of simulator capabilities and functions, prepares mission profiles to support course objectives, and formulates quality control procedures to standardize training and evaluation.  Employee plans simulator missions in accordance with the syllabus, and thoroughly briefs students on mission profile and expected training maneuver performance objectives.  Knowledge and skill gained through experience and training as a pilot are essential in demonstrating flying maneuvers and performing duties from the simulator Instructor Operating Station (IOS).  Simulator Training responsibilities:Instruct students on the basic skills involved in aircraft flight, to the more advanced areas such as instrument and night flying, formation flying, performing aerobatic and evasive maneuvers, cross-country flights to unfamiliar fields, and flying low-level missions.  Responsible for ensuring students completely grasp aircraft operating capabilities and limitations, procedures for handling emergencies (flight and ground), and the essential skills needed to precisely handle and maneuver the aircraft safely prior to releasing the student to fly the aircraft.  Teach instrument flight planning, as well as instrument flight using aircraft navigational instruments and systems in conjunction with air navigational aids.  Instructor evaluates the student’s ability to progress to further advanced courses, determining through evaluation if students should continue or be recommended for elimination, and recommending additional training for students whose progress is unsatisfactory.  Instructor maintains comprehensive knowledge of flight practices and procedures to effectively operate the simulator console and provide a variety of profiles designed to teach students flight methods and techniques.  Provide instruction to students while making constant inputs to mission conditions at the IOS.  Debriefs students on simulator mission performance following each session and grades the required mission maneuver items in accordance with the appropriate syllabus Maneuver Item File (MIF) performance standards.  Enters student grades into the Training Management System following mission accomplishment and ensures simulator objectives are met prior to allowing unrated students to fly the objective in the aircraft.  Annotates a written explanation in the comment section of student grade books for any grade not meeting MIF standards.  Instructors receive a periodic simulator check from the Wing Standardization/Evaluation Division which meets the standards for the check given to military pilots in the aircraft.  The instructor is responsible for completing general knowledge and instrument knowledge testing prior to these required checks and for completing the same Instrument Refresher Course attended by military pilots prior to their simulator checks.  Attend syllabus review conferences to make recommendations for change; determine course content and materials; and determine the appropriate level of emphasis for new syllabus items. Incumbent identifies the need for new and updated guidance and recommends change. Utilizes knowledge and experience to provide substantial adaptation or extension of available guides and established procedures.  Academic Instruction Responsibilities:Present academic course content such as fundamentals of flight, Air Force doctrine, security procedures, mishap prevention, air discipline and judgment, as well as courses involving major aircraft systems, aircraft operating limitations and advanced handling, basic and tactical formation, fuel systems, critical situations, and emergency procedures. Research, organize, prepare, and present instruction in accordance with the prescribed course framework. Researches new or changing subjects to identify source information and prepare original material, revise existing lesson material, or adapt lessons and material to support the needs of a particular student or class. Designs, develops, and maintains accurate/current visual training aids and uses practical exercises to enhance student comprehension. Ensures classrooms, training facilities, and training aids are ready for use. Reviews and evaluates course curriculum to ensure material is current, technically accurate, and meets the training needs of students.  Teach the Academic Instructor course which qualifies new instructors to become academic instructor qualified. As an academic instructor, employee is regularly evaluated on classroom instruction. Provides feedback on courses to include teaching methodology and courseware with the aim of enhancing a continuous improvement process in the Undergraduate Flying Training environment. Coordinates with supervision and Major Command (MAJCOM) personnel for clarification of courseware, to make suggestions on corrections and/or modifications in curriculum, and to update training policies and procedures. Coordinat with other instructors and headquarters personnel on matters involving related interests and responsibilities, and maintains sources for research. Remain knowledgeable of changes to processes/procedures in aircraft systems, as well as new or changed instructional and evaluation techniques. Checks student performance of objectives, tailoring approaches and techniques to student needs. Observes student classroom activities and participation. Evaluates student performance in achieving objectives, discusses level of performance with the student, and counsels individuals on attainment of specified standards or to identify and resolve problems. Administers measurement devices, provides feedback, recommends special study for students when needed, and identifies outstanding performance for special recognition. Instructor is responsible for evaluating when the student’s performance in the simulator or academically warrants placement on the Commander’s Awareness Program (CAP).  Ancillary ResponsibilitiesConduct special research, studies, and analysis to evaluate quality of instructional materials and student performance, interpreting results, and making recommendations for change. Attend courses, conferences, and briefings to increase knowledge of training processes and procedures. Remain abreast of changes to syllabus, course materials, and simulator systems. Perform as required as a Range Control Safety Officer for Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals (IFF) range missions. Employee utilizes knowledge of range scoring systems, range target systems and emergency response actions to ensure safety of personnel and aircraft on the range. Quickly assess a variety of information in the range environment and reacts with sound decisions and judgment. Instructor maintain a complete, up-to-date set of flying publications consistent with that required of the active duty flight instructors. The instructor must have a complete and thorough knowledge of all material in these flying publication.
Agency/Project
USAF
Job ID
2022-4968
Security Clearance
National Agency Check with Local Agency Check and Credit Check (NACLC)
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
OBXtek is seeking a Helpdesk/Deskside Support Technician/ Jr. Systems Administrator at the Department of Treasury **This position is onsite at 2070 Chain Bridge Rd. in Vienna, VA.** There is a possibility of occasional work at the headquarters building at 1500 Pennsylvania Ave, NW in WDC. Responsibilities: Monitors and responds to technical control facility hardware and software problems- Develops and maintains configurations for workstations, peripherals and cabling- Supports hardware, software and/or network problem identification and resolution- Configures, tests and evaluates hardware and software products to enhance information security - Provides help desk receiving and response to requests for service- Provides hardware maintenance support such as board replacement, comm and peripheral devices, cable switching, break/fix- Optimizes system operation, resource utilization and LAN capacity
Agency/Project
Dept. of Treasury
Job ID
2022-4951
Security Clearance
Top Secret with SCI eligibility
Job Locations US-VA-Springfield
OBXtek is currently staffing for a Network Support Technical Trainer IIIwho is eager to share their knowledge and train employees for the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Technical Security Engineering Team at the US Department of State. This job could be your steppingstone to a new career! Network Support Technical Trainer III performs classroom instruction based on the trainer’s area of expertise. Trainers are expected to have experience in curriculum development and delivery, familiarization with Cisco Line Interface commands, as well as five years of Tier 2 network support. - - Designs and presents hands-on instruction, lectures, and briefings to class sizes of 6 to 24 people on the following topics: - Basic Computer Networking - LAN administration, configuration and maintenance of network communication devices - Administration and configuration of a Security Management Systems Enterprise - Administration and configuration of an IP based video surveillance system. - Ensures curriculum updates are completed according to policies. - Works closely with Instructional Design, Systems Development, Manufacturers and associated offices/departments to develop and deliver technical security system training syllabi/curriculum/ lesson plans, presentation media, administrative/self-study guides, and trainee reference manuals for technical security devices, systems and procedures in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). - Sets up and operates audio-visual equipment for curriculum delivery. - Ensures that professional development records are maintained at the conclusion of each course in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). - Conducts inventory of classroom equipment for training. - Employs applicable Department of State security standards and other procedures to protect national security information. - Operates U.S. government vehicles as necessary in the performance of assigned tasks. - Travels to U.S. and foreign training sites. - Exercise independent judgment and initiative daily and requires infrequent supervision - Recommends improvements to the training curriculum and SOP’s. Work will be hybrid in nature: 3 days in the office and 2 days working remotely from home; unless instructing, which is always done in person.
Agency/Project
Dept. of State
Job ID
2022-4949
Security Clearance
Secret
Job Locations US-DC-Pentagon/WDC
The STAQSS contract supports the Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition (SAF/AQ).  The objective is to provide specialized expertise to complement the organization’s inherent resources for effective and efficient mission accomplishment and continuity, introduction of innovation, and enhancement of technical competence. The contractor shall support the entire spectrum of acquisition and sustainment efforts as necessary to support the respective Government organizations. **This position is currently telework eligible due to COVID, with in person meetings happening 3-4 days per week.  AQP, Global Power Programs Directorate, directs, plans, and programs for development, procurement, and product support of $10B portfolio of global power programs. The portfolio includes legacy fighters such as the F-15, F-16 and A-10 as well as fifth-generation aircraft like the F-22 and F-35. It encompasses the entirety of the AF munitions procurements to include weapons currently used in OIR operations such as Joint Directed Attack Munition, Small Diameter Bomb, and Hellfire missiles. Finally, the Global Power portfolio captures the AF investments in nuclear triad to include the legacy and modernized ICBM and Cruise Missile programs. The Acquisition Program Analyst, Seniorfocuses on the Weapons portfolio (AMRAAM (AIM-120) & AIM-9X, JATM, Classified A-A) under the Global Power portfolio, developing documentation to support Air Force budget requests, and generating decision-quality information for Air Force senior leaders.  Tasks for this position include:- Supporting Headquarters Air Force (HAF) budget preparation and defense, SAE oversight and decision-making activities, PEO program execution and oversight efforts of aircraft platforms.- Maintaining and analyzing planning, scheduling, and management data.- Studying, analyzing, and providing recommendations on requirements, acquisition strategies, program documentation, program phase transition plans, supplemental information, and program execution.- Providing honest broker assessments of programs approaching milestone decisions and of prime contractor technical and operational issues.- Researching and analyzing program trends, identify issues, and recommend solutions.- Making recommendations on the allocation of funding, establishment of program goals, objectives, and schedules, and the formulation of program direction.- Tracking compliance with stated program direction and identify issues. - Identifying and researching programmatic issues and tradeoffs in terms of required capabilities, costs, and schedules.- Reviewing and providing recommendations on existing and proposed Air Force acquisition and capability area policies and implementation.- Reviewing and evaluating the impact of national, DoD, JCS, and civil government policies and activities that affect Air Force acquisition programs and capability areas.- Maintaining historical Air Force weapon program documentation and develop summary documents/briefings and training material.- Providing short notice, quick-reaction analyses of critical programmatic issues in the context of Congressional, OSD Staff, Joint Staff, HQ USAF, Major Air Command (MAJCOM), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), coalition, or bi-lateral activities.- Preparing Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) documentation to ensure they accurately articulate the current program.- Supporting the HAF review process - Air Force Requirements Oversight Council (AFROCs), Joint Warfighting Capabilities Assessment (JWCAs), Defense Acquisition Boards (DABs), Congressional cycle, Acquisition Strategy Panels (ASPs), Air Force Review Board (AFRBs), Configuration Steering Board (CSB), Government Accountability Office (GAO) reports, etc.- Reviewing and documenting Mandatory Declassification Review (MDR) and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.- Monitoring on-going studies, analyses, and developmental work relevant to weapon systems.- Supporting program-specific efforts like Concept of Operations (CONOPS) development, Capability Development Documents (CDD), Capability Production Documents (CPD), Information Exchange Requirements (IER), and requirements working groups.- Reviewing and providing data to assist in preparation for legislative hearings, program documentation, briefing packages and read-aheads, Congressional staffer visits, and other events to ensure an integrated and consistent Air Force position in response to Congressional questions, issues, and requests for information on assigned program/portfolio.- Any other tasks closely associated with the performance of duties list above and as coordinated with the COR.
Agency/Project
USAF
Job ID
2022-4948
Security Clearance
Top Secret with SCI eligibility
Job Locations US-VA-Dunn Loring
OBXtek is looking for an Instructional Designer II in our Department of State Technical Security Program in Northern Virginia. The Instructional Designer, under the supervision and guidance of the Program Office, is responsible for designing, developing and evaluating curriculum in accordance with the Instructional Systems Design model and Technical Security Engineering (TSE) Standard Operating Procedures. This position requires the incumbent to work closely with other program offices, subject matter experts, multimedia specialists, and distributed learning designers to design and develop lesson plans, student materials, and instructional media. Major Duties:• Applies principles of Adult Learning Theory to the design of all training materials; • Designs, develops, implements and evaluates training solutions; • Designs and develops curriculum and courses of instruction using the Instructional Systems Design model; • Develops lesson content and identify appropriate training delivery mechanisms; • Identifies training gaps and recommend changes to training programs and curricula that will minimize or eliminate training gaps; • Develops course material to include planning documents, student and Instructor materials and course presentations; • Conducts needs assessments • Develops learning goals and objectives, using the Instructional Systems Design model in accordance with Training and Performance Standard Operating Procedures; • Monitors courses and instructors against performance criteria; • Performs course evaluation; • Develops course proposals and project management plans; • Develops, maintains and ensures adherence to a course development schedule during the development cycle; • Stays current on policy, law and technology changes, as well as skill requirements, office directives, roles and responsibilities to ensure up-to-date curriculum; • Coordinates with instructors, subject matter experts (SME), multimedia team and other program offices; • Provide course management services, including course revisions, instructor performance evaluations, cost assessments, and making recommendations for course retirement; • Assists curriculum management by maintaining all curriculum records, scheduling and conducting curriculum reviews, making recommendations for updates and changes, and tracking revision history; • Reviews content and provide final quality control check on lessons and all supporting material • Evaluates pilot courses to ensure that they conform to Training and Performance Standard Operating Procedures, FLETA accreditation and adult education standards; • Attends internal and external meetings as an Instructional Design expert; • Provides weekly updates of course activities to the curriculum manager; • Provides the necessary support and guidance to achieve and retain all FLETA accreditation requirements for the Program Office; • Participate in every facet of the Instruction Design process with some supervision and guidance; • Employee will require some supervision and has a growing opportunity to exercise independent judgment and initiative in the line of work. Work will be hybrid in nature: 3 days in the office and 2 days working remotely from home.
Agency/Project
Dept. of State
Job ID
2022-4938
Security Clearance
Secret
Job Locations US-IL-Scott AFB
OBXtek is recruiting for a Project Manager I to work on the PEO-T contract for USTRANSCOM. The tasks for this person will be, but not limited to, the following:- Responsible for the successful execution and completion of each task within a project by providing coordination and support services to a more Senior PM or Program Manager. - This involves interfacing with the customer concerning technical, preparing status reports, project milestone reports, technical support, and general project administration. - May perform one or more of the following activities: - assembling project team; - assigning individual responsibilities; - identifying appropriate resources needed; - developing schedule to ensure timely completion of project; - meeting deadlines of project; - project scope management; - project time management; - project cost management; - project quality management; - project Human Resource (HR) management; - project communications management; - project risk management; and - project procurement management.Standard work hours are 0700-1700. *Most of the work can be done remotely at this time. There will be, however, meetings onsite from time to time.*This situation is not firm and may change at any time. 
Agency/Project
USTRANSCOM
Job ID
2022-4925
Security Clearance
Secret
Job Locations US-IL-Scott AFB
OBXtek is recruiting for a Security Engineer II to work on the PEO-T contract for USTRANSCOM. The tasks for this person will be, but not limited to, the following:- Formulates/defines test cases based on system requirements and specification. - Devises or modifies procedures to test a unit or a system as a whole. Perform test cases, documents the result, and tracks changes. - Prepares detailed specifications from which program bugs will be corrected and follows up with additional tests to ensure proper functional and system behavior per spec.Standard work hours are 0700-1700. *Most of the work can be done remotely at this time. There will be, however, meetings onsite from time to time.*This situation is not firm and may change at any time. 
Agency/Project
USTRANSCOM
Job ID
2022-4922
Security Clearance
Secret