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ID 52265
Work Location US-VA-Herndon
Looking for a Senior Full Stack Java Developer opportunity at a place you can make a difference every day?  Discover this great opportunity in our Herndon, Virginia (HQ) location, and bring your expertise and collaborative skills to make an impact with Serco North America and our public sector customers. This Senior Full Stack Java Developer will work with a team of 10 consisting of Developers, Testers, and Business Analysts. This role will design and develop software applications on J2EE platform. This role will also develop, test, and deploy necessary fixes and application upgrades in collaboration with partners and other IT support teams. In this role, you will:- Develop detailed program specifications and unit test code.- Participate in integration and regression testing.- Write documentation to describe program development, logic, coding, and corrections.- Participate in tier 3 application support activities including incident management and supports the assessment and delivery of application upgrades and patches.- Troubleshoot application/database/system issues and provide a Root Cause Analysis (RCA).- Develop/build enhancements to solution as required by stakeholders and business.- Participate in code reviews – peer and junior.- Mentor junior staff members for career development.- Perform other tasks and technical duties as assigned.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
None
Recruiting Location : Location
US-VA-Herndon
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52946
Work Location US-IN-N/A
Looking for a Licensed Mental Health Clinician opportunity at a place you can make a difference every day?  Discover this great opportunity in our Great Lakes, Illinois location.  Bring your expertise and collaborative skills to make an impact towards our military defense and safety of our sailors by discovering your new role supporting this critical mission. This position is contingent upon your ability to obtain/maintain/transfer your Secret clearance. Serco supports the U.S. Navy & Marines Reserve unit as a prime for their Psychological Health Outreach Program PHOP contract providing behavioral health screenings, referral service support and outreach to Reservists, and their family members as well as consultation to Home Training Center (HTC) and Naval Operational Support Center (NOSC) leaders.  Visit the following link for more information about how Serco supports our Veterans https://www.serco.com/na/careers/veterans-at-serco. In this role, you will:- Conduct behavioral health screenings with Reservists and eligible Family Members to determine current psychological health needs.- Link at Reservists and their Family Members to “good fit services” based on identified needs.- Maintain accurate and timely case notes to document all service encounters.- Prepare outreach materials such as flyers, brochures and newsletters to educate clients on a wide spectrum of psychological health topics and resources.- Provide briefings and consultation to Reservists, Family Members and high-level military leaders.- Attend Meetings as required/requested, including staff meetings, training workshops and community meetings.- Coordinate with regional site lead and team members to ensure all program data required for reporting purposes is provided in a timely manner.- Travel one to two times a month on weekends to various HTCs and NOSCs throughout the region.- This position supports a U.S. Government Contract whose terms require Serco to staff it only with U.S. Citizens.
Category
Counseling/Support/Outreach
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Other
Recruiting Location : Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52929
Work Location CA-SK-Bushell Park
Are you a self-starter always thinking of better ways to do things? Are you looking to be part of a dynamic team focused on providing top-quality services to customers? If yes, please keep reading!  As a member of Serco’s dynamic team, your expertise and collaborative skills will make a positive impact towards our military defense and safety of our soldiers. 15 Wing, headquartered in Moose Jaw, is the centre of RCAF aircrew training and is comprised of 2 Canadian Forces Flying Training School (CFFTS) and 431 Air Demonstration Squadron (CF Snowbirds) both located in Moose Jaw, SK. The Wing is the principal site of the NATO Flying Training in Canada (NFTC). 15 Wing is responsible for three different aircraft platforms that include: CT-156 Harvard II, CT-155 Hawk, CT-114 Tutor, and any visiting aircraft. You will be part of a team that works closely with the military customer and other Serco teams to deliver quality and efficient Air Traffic Management System maintenance, Aeronautical information services and VFR air traffic services to DND's NFTC program. The Serco team has been recognized as one of Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers for 4 years in a row and received the prestigious Atlantic Canadian Aerospace and Defence Association. Industry Excellence Recognition Award for Gender and Diversity Excellence. Serco Canada Inc. is looking for a Field Maintenance Operator (FMO) in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.  The successful individual will be responsible to operate all  heavy equipment airside and in domestic areas for airport and domestic area maintenance including SNIC (Snow and Ice Control). Vehicles will be operated on the Wing in a safe and efficient manner. The hourly rate for this position is $28.34. Primary Duties and Responsibilities:- Complete and document inspection of vehicles and equipment being operated.- Report any vehicle and equipment defects and other problems to the Lead.- Complete operator maintenance such as cutting edge and sweeper bristle replacement, top-up of oils and lubricants, change tires on equipment and the general tightening and securing of parts and components. - May act as Lead when required.- Ensure POL checks are completed at beginning of each shift. - Record vehicle information required for statistics.- Clean vehicles and equipment as required.- Attend courses as required by management.- Report all incidents/accidents to the Lead.- Operate light vehicles as required.- Operate Airfield communication equipment.- Will be required to work off site and in remote areas.- Ensure all assigned deliverables and other reports are completed accurately and on time.- Visibly demonstrate Serco Values and work practices while completing duties.- Responsible for recording time entries and work orders.- Other related duties relevant to this position as may be required.
Category
Aviation
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Reliability Status
Recruiting Location : Location
CA-SK-Moose Jaw
Telework
No - Teleworking not available for this position
ID 52903
Work Location US-DC-Washington
If you are dedicated to providing and assessing the Fleet’s Material Condition of Readiness as a Hull, Mechanical and Electrical Systems Engineer - Serco has a fantastic opportunity for you!  This position is an Engineering Systems Analyst on a dynamic team of Navy Subject Matter Experts supporting NAVSEA located in our Nation’s Capital, Washington D.C. Systems Engineers provide systems-focused support to U.S. Navy CONUS and OCONUS fleet concentration areas. Fleet Technical members provide recommendations to “real-time” readiness issues as well as review design specifications, procedures, policies, and ship alterations in support of COMNAVSEASYSCOM. You will be part of an exclusive team that works closely with NAVSEA Cognizant Engineers, Technical Community and Type Commanders (TYCOMS). The team enhances NAVSEA’S mission of Fleet Technical Readiness support by providing focused support to in-service ships HM&E issues.  In this role, you will:- Provide primarily Main Propulsion (MP) and Auxiliaries (AX) focused material readiness support to U.S. Navy ships, in both CONUS and OCONUS, in execution of Readiness Evaluations as a representative of NAVSEA. - Provide support to Surface Type Commander and will work closely with the Type Commander Engineering Department. - Assist in developing class specific ship alteration documents providing recommendations for modernization that can be implemented during availability planning. - Work directly with the Technical Community in planning and prioritizing maintenance and modernization efforts, which will lead to material improvement. Conduct review of maintenance actions, alignment procedures, repairs in support of NAVSEA. - Provide written assessments of material condition, engineering systems readiness, preparation of PowerPoint Briefs, Excel Spreadsheets to track ships progress in support of NAVSEA.- Make recommendations for providing TYCOM assistance if needed and participate in Technical Meetings to capture comments, concerns, Lessons Learned and process issues in support of NAVSEA.- When required, draft and submit PMS, EOSS and TMDERS, DFSs as necessary to contribute to current fleet readiness.Bring your talents, expertise, collaborative skills, and your devotion of the Navy to make a positive impact in improving the combat readiness of ships and the safety of their crews.
Category
Other
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-DC-
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52908
Work Location US-FL-N/A
If you seek a rewarding, high profile and challenging position supporting projects for the US Navy- Serco has a great opportunity for you!  This position will be on a dynamic team, supporting Team Submarine.  Bring your expertise and collaborative skills to make an impact towards our military defense and safety of our sailors. John Cottingham, former submarine commanding officer, https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnmcottingham, leads this high-performing contractor team supporting NAVSEA. Team Submarine’s Submarine Program Offices are responsible for: The acquisition of the OHIO Class replacement and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E) and Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E) of the COLUMBIA Class. The program is a major defense acquisition program and is of significant political importance with Congress and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). The acquisition of New Construction Submarines and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E), Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E), and Fleet introduction of the U.S. Navy’s newest class of nuclear attack submarines. The program is a major defense acquisition program with a total life cycle cost of approximately $336B. Additionally, successful improvement of the Class' capabilities is of significant political importance with Congress and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). The SSN(X) Office is responsible for the acquisition and design of the future fast attack submarine and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E) and Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E) of the future submarine. The future Attack Submarine will be designed to retain multi-mission capability and sustained combat presence in denied waters with a focus on greater speed, stealth, and horizontal payloads and salvo rates. You must have an Active Secret clearance to be considered. Serco supports the US Navy as a prime for their Team Submarine SHAPM contract supporting the acquisition of submarines. The Team Submarine concept unifies once diverse submarine-related activities into a single submarine-centric organization with the goal of eliminating traditional stovepipe structures and processes that created impediments and inefficiencies in the submarine research, development, acquisition, and maintenance communities. Team Submarine provides improved communication among the various offices that contribute to the overall success of the United States Submarine Force.  Serco-NA is seeking a motivated individual to provide programmatic support to one of our NAVSEA customers.  Serco-NA has an opening for a program manager with submarine expertise to support an active contract with the U.S. Navy in the Tampa, FL area.  General Duties- The Program Manager will be the primary customer contact for all activities, regularly meeting with and updating the customer on project status. - The Program will establish and maintain effective relationships with the program manager and the deputy program manager. - The Program Manager will lead program review sessions with customer to discuss cost, schedule, and technical performance. - The Program Manager shall provide acquisition management planning and execution support- The Program Manager will be the single point of contact on all contract management support related issues, including required reports and presentations to the program manager and deputy program manager, responsible for quality control and timeliness.- The Program Manager shall provide financial and management support to TI Manager to assist in budget development for the contract- Additional responsibilities for the Program Manager include but are not limited to:- Delivering the technical performance within cost and schedule parameter through completion of the contract. - Managing the technical and administrative staff and providing ongoing direction in the performance of the assigned program. - Developing and monitoring program plan including time and cost estimates, ensuring delivery of project outputs on schedule and within funding. - Leading technical discussions for project reviews, including preparing and delivering formal briefings. - Performs additional duties and responsibilities as assigned.  
Category
Project/Program Management
Position Type
Part-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-DC-
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52944
Work Location US-CO-Gypsum
Are you an Air Traffic Controller looking for a challenging and exciting career? Serco has a great opportunity for you located in Gypsum, CO! Serco is one of the largest non-government Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP) in the world. We deliver air traffic control (ATC) services for small and medium regional airports as well as the largest commercial air hub on the globe. Serco is also the only commercial ANSP to provide all the three ATC disciplines: Terminal Tower, Terminal Approach Control, and Enroute Center. No wonder we are one of the largest non-government employers of Air Traffic Controllers in the world! Air Traffic Control Specialists (ATCS) control air traffic on and within the vicinity of the airport according to established procedures and policies to prevent collisions and minimize delays arising from traffic congestion. They are responsible for the safe, orderly, and expeditious movement of air traffic through the nation's airspace. What we offer: - In compliance with Colorado's Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, the rate of pay for this position is $31.06 per hour; however, Serco considers several factors when extending an offer, including but not limited to, the role and associated responsibilities, a candidate's work experience, education/training, and key skills.- Additional Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) provided.- $5,000 SIGN ON BONUS.As a member of the Air Traffic Control team, you can expect to:- Answer radio calls from arriving/departing aircraft- Issue landing/takeoff instructions- Issue information such as runway usage, wind velocity/direction, visibility, taxiing instructions, and pertinent data on other aircraft operating in vicinity- Issue air traffic clearances- Perform critical weather observations as a Limited Aviation Weather Reporting Station (LAWRS) observer, and to disseminate timely weather information to pilots, other air traffic control facilities and other users of the National Airspace System.- Transfer and receive control of aircraft- Operate equipment such as: radios, telephones, interphones, computer systems, radar, recording systems, weather equipment, light guns, airport/runway lighting systems, backup equipment, etc.- Alert Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighters and other first responders to aircraft experiencing emergency situations- Coordinate with and issue instructions to airport vehicles/personnel- Maintain and disseminate records of daily operations- Perform on-the-job training instructor duties as require
Category
Aviation
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Other
Recruiting Location : Location
US-CO-Gypsum
Telework
No - Teleworking not available for this position
ID 49956
Work Location US-CA-San Carlos
Are you an Air Traffic Controller looking for a challenging and exciting career? Serco has a great opportunity for you located in San Carlos, CA! Serco is one of the largest non-government Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP) in the world. We deliver air traffic control (ATC) services for small and medium regional airports as well as the largest commercial air hub on the globe. Serco is also the only commercial ANSP to provide all the three ATC disciplines: Terminal Tower, Terminal Approach Control, and Enroute Center. No wonder we are one of the largest non-government employers of Air Traffic Controllers in the world! Air Traffic Control Specialists (ATCS) control air traffic on and within the vicinity of the airport according to established procedures and policies to prevent collisions and minimize delays arising from traffic congestion. They are responsible for the safe, orderly, and expeditious movement of air traffic through the nation's airspace. What we offer: - The rate of pay for this position is $37.93 per hour. Additional housing stipend available.- $5,000 SIGN ON BONUS. As a member of the Air Traffic Control team, you can expect to:- Answer radio calls from arriving/departing aircraft- Issue landing/takeoff instructions- Issue information such as runway usage, wind velocity/direction, visibility, taxiing instructions, and pertinent data on other aircraft operating in vicinity- Issue air traffic clearances- Perform critical weather observations as a Limited Aviation Weather Reporting Station (LAWRS) observer, and to disseminate timely weather information to pilots, other air traffic control facilities and other users of the National Airspace System.- Transfer and receive control of aircraft- Operate equipment such as: radios, telephones, interphones, computer systems, radar, recording systems, weather equipment, light guns, airport/runway lighting systems, backup equipment, etc.- Alert Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighters and other first responders to aircraft experiencing emergency situations- Coordinate with and issue instructions to airport vehicles/personnel- Maintain and disseminate records of daily operations- Perform on-the-job training instructor duties as required
Category
Aviation
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Public Trust
Recruiting Location : Location
US-CA-San Carlos
Telework
No - Teleworking not available for this position
ID 52920
Work Location US-RI-Newport
If you love high profile and challenging programing projects supporting the US Navy- Serco has a great opportunity for you!  This UUV Software Engineer will be on a dynamic team, providing undersea systems engineering and software development and integration at our Newport, RI location.  Bring your expertise and collaborative skills to make an impact toward our military defense and safety of our sailors. This position is contingent upon your ability to maintain/transfer your Secret clearance. This position is also contingent upon customer approval. Serco supports the US Navy as a prime for the Autonomous Maritime Systems Test Center (AMSTC) Engineering and Technical Services contract which supports defense work on Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs).  Our team upgrades, maintains and manages the hardware and software systems of multiple UUV platforms to ensure the safety of the sailors and to allow them to perform their missions successfully. You will be part of a 20-22 member team that works closely with the customer and other Serco teams to deliver quality systems. Robert Connerney (https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-connerney-00436810b/) leads this team with over 39 years’ experience.  The team has been recognized by the Navy and the industry for their outstanding contributions to the contract and program. In this role, you will: - Support the development, operation, and maintenance of a variety of complex technology systems applicable to UUV’s. - Participate in at sea and bench testing of UUV systems- Designs, modifies, develops, writes and implements software programming applications.- Supports and/or installs software applications/operating systems- Participates in the testing process through test review and analysis, test witnessing and certification of software- Support senior technical level personnel and program managers in the planning, oversight, and execution of complex and advanced projects related to UUV technical systems development. - Prepares and reviews input to major technical reports, status reports, letters, technical memoranda, contract reports and formal briefings.- Complies with applicable quality and security procedures in the performance of duties.
Category
Engineering
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-RI-Newport
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52918
Work Location US-RI-Newport
If you love high profile and challenging programing projects supporting the US Navy- Serco has a great opportunity for you!  This UUV Mechanical Engineer II will be on a dynamic team, performing undersea systems engineering at our Newport, RI location.  Bring your expertise and collaborative skills to make an impact toward our military defense and safety of our sailors. This position is contingent upon your ability to maintain/transfer your Secret clearance. Serco supports the US Navy as a prime for the Autonomous Maritime Systems Test Center (AMSTC) Engineering and Technical Services contract which supports defense work on Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs).  Our team upgrades, maintains and manages the hardware and software systems of multiple UUV platforms to ensure the safety of the sailors and to allow them to perform their missions successfully. You will be part of a 10-12-member team that works closely with the customer and other Serco teams to deliver quality systems. Robert Connerney (https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-connerney-00436810b/) leads this team with over 39 years’ experience.  The team has been recognized by the Navy and the industry for their outstanding contributions to the contract and program. In this role, you will: - Support the development, operation, and maintenance of a variety of complex technology systems applicable to UUV’s. - Develop system and subsystem level mechanical concepts and drawing packages- Participate in at sea and bench testing of UUV systems- Design, engineer, assemble, fabricate, and integrate prototype mechanical systems, sub-systems and associated interfacing hardware for multiple UUV platform elements.- Participate in the integration of systems, processes, and methodologies to ensure the performance of the total system.- Support senior technical level personnel and program managers in the planning, oversight, and execution of complex and advanced projects related to UUV technical systems development. - Prepares and reviews input to major technical reports, status reports, letters, technical memoranda, contract reports and formal briefings.- Complies with applicable quality and security procedures in the performance of duties.
Category
Engineering
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-RI-Newport
Telework
No - Teleworking not available for this position
ID 52891
Work Location US-AP-Kwajalein
Looking for a Systems Administrator opportunity at a place you can make a difference every day?  Discover this great opportunity in our Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands location.  Bring your expertise and collaborative skills to make an impact towards our military defense and safety of our sailors by discovering your new role supporting this critical mission. This position is contingent upon your ability to maintain/transfer your Security clearance. Serco supports the U.S. Space Force as a prime by providing 24x7 services to manage, operate, maintain, and provide logistical and general support for the Space Fence system. The Space Fence is a second-generation ground-based S-Band radar space surveillance system, strengthening U.S. space superiority through improved Space Domain Awareness (SDA).  The Systems Administrator will administer and manage Space Fence information systems, IT equipment, mission system software, communications/ security equipment and TEMPEST systems; perform contingency operator duties when SOC is unavailable. Visit the following link for more information about how Serco supports our Veterans https://www.serco.com/na/careers/veterans-at-serco. In this role, you will:- Perform system administration support for all assigned systems and manage the cybersecurity of the Mission System and information systems on a regular basis.- Audit logging and reviewing, account management, incident response, DISA Security Technical and Implementation Guide (STIG) compliance, Army and Air Force policy, and other requirements-related accreditation or authorization documents.- Operate, maintain, repair, and restore the Mission System software and equipment to meet Acc and mission requirements.- Maintain data processing software, database, and system files; perform software installation and system reconfiguration and maintain associated documentation.- Provide communications and networking support.- Update and maintain documentation on Mission System software and site-adaptable parameters integrating changes as required to reflect the current operational and support baseline.- Implement and maintain a Mission System Assessment Report (SAR) to document SA support activities.- Assist sustainment personnel as required in identifying and isolating faulty systems or subsystems.- Ensure servers, workstations, and communications devices are backed up for catastrophic recovery.- Accomplish server backups prior to any software version release or hardware upgrade.- Report system threats, vulnerabilities, and security incidents. Implement security patches and updates. - Perform system analysis to determine factors and causes of system performance issues.- Perform TEMPEST activities as required by contract.- Perform primary or alternate supply system duties.- Perform contingency radar operator duties as required.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
MH-Kwajalein Atoll
Telework
No - Teleworking not available for this position
ID 52862
Work Location CA-ON-Toronto
 If you enjoy working with the public in a high energy and dynamic environment, a challenging and rewarding job opportunities await you at Serco Canada Inc. You will be part of a professional, technically savvy, motivated, service oriented and customer focused, team that supports SGT Invigilator operations within our Drive Test Centre locations. You will work closely and collaboratively with the SGT Management team to provide on-going administrative support on the booming SGT contract. In addition to monitoring and managing the on-line exam portal for examination sessions, you may also be asked to use knowledge from these instances to identify problem areas, trends, root cause and opportunities for improvement. The Role: To work closely and collaboratively with the SGT Management team to provide on-going administrative support on the booming SGT contract. In addition to monitoring and managing the online exam portal for examination sessions, you may also be asked to use knowledge from these instances to identify problem areas, trends, root cause and opportunities for improvement.- Invigilating scheduled SGT sessions through our online portal.- Performing processes on our online portal.- Operating video conferencing software to commence online testing.- Providing low level IT support to candidates taking their online exam.- On-boarding candidates for their online exam session:- Set-up online exam portal/Zoom video conference- Validate applicants’ ID/workspace through video conference- Monitoring candidates during testing to ensure no issues (technical or cheating)- Closely following and enforcing exam procedures and regulations.- Utilizing a set script to provide important information/test rules and procedures.- Ensuring a positive, secure online exam experience to our applicants.- Participating in feedback meetings to improve online testing process/product.- Providing additional administrative support to the SGT contract.- Provide invigilating support to candidates pertaining to only administration questions.Your responsibilities include but are not limited to: - Understand the overall business operations as it relates to the management of the day to day client relationships.- Technical understanding of the exam, online portal, and its functions.- Utilize judgment and business knowledge required for the decision-making purposes when terminating a test due to the candidate not following the rules and regulations set forth. 
Category
Customer Service
Position Type
Temporary/Term Full-Time
Security Clearance
Criminal Record Check (CPIC); Fingerprint Criminal Record Check
Recruiting Location : Location
CA-ON-
Telework
No - Teleworking not available for this position
ID 52886
Work Location US-WA-Bellingham
Are you an Air Traffic Controller looking for a challenging and exciting career? Serco has a great opportunity for you located in Bellingham, WA! Serco is one of the largest non-government Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP) in the world. We deliver air traffic control (ATC) services for small and medium regional airports as well as the largest commercial air hub on the globe. Serco is also the only commercial ANSP to provide all the three ATC disciplines: Terminal Tower, Terminal Approach Control, and Enroute Center. No wonder we are one of the largest non-government employers of Air Traffic Controllers in the world! Air Traffic Control Specialists (ATCS) control air traffic on and within the vicinity of the airport according to established procedures and policies to prevent collisions and minimize delays arising from traffic congestion. They are responsible for the safe, orderly, and expeditious movement of air traffic through the nation's airspace. What we offer: - The rate of pay for this position is $34.18per hour.- $5,000 SIGN ON BONUS. As a member of the Air Traffic Control team, you can expect to:- Answer radio calls from arriving/departing aircraft- Issue landing/takeoff instructions- Issue information such as runway usage, wind velocity/direction, visibility, taxiing instructions, and pertinent data on other aircraft operating in vicinity- Issue air traffic clearances- Perform critical weather observations as a Limited Aviation Weather Reporting Station (LAWRS) observer, and to disseminate timely weather information to pilots, other air traffic control facilities and other users of the National Airspace System.- Transfer and receive control of aircraft- Operate equipment such as: radios, telephones, interphones, computer systems, radar, recording systems, weather equipment, light guns, airport/runway lighting systems, backup equipment, etc.- Alert Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighters and other first responders to aircraft experiencing emergency situations- Coordinate with and issue instructions to airport vehicles/personnel- Maintain and disseminate records of daily operations- Perform on-the-job training instructor duties as required
Category
Aviation
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Other
Recruiting Location : Location
US-WA-Bellingham
Telework
No - Teleworking not available for this position
ID 52854
Work Location US-TX-Austin
Looking for a career where you can make a difference every day? Discover this opportunity to become a HERO Operator in Austin, Texas! The pay is $18/hour and overtime is available! This position is for the Overnight Shift (7pm-7am, Sat - Sun).  Serco supports the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) by operating the free HERO patrol service program with the purpose of minimizing traffic congestion and improving highway safety by clearing damaged and disabled vehicles and debris from the travel and emergency lanes, and providing traffic control and scene protection at incidents.  You will be part of a team that works closely with TxDOT, local law enforcement and other first responders daily.  As a HERO Operator, you can expect to:- Assist motorists and perform incident management services during assigned shifts- Provide clear and accurate information regarding incidents and the response required using standard protocol to communicate with TMC Operators, law enforcement, ambulance, fire department, or towing services using radio, telephone, CAD, and e-mail.- Services include, but are not limited to:- Clear lane blocking traffic incidents and assist other emergency and support response personnel as requested - Establishing traffic control and scene protection using signs, flares, cones, flagging, flashing lights, etc. during major incidents- Providing basic first aid services in accordance with standard and necessary practices until trained emergency responders arrive on the scene- Changing flat tires- Adding air to low tires- Adding gasoline - Adding water to radiators- Providing battery jump starts- Perform vehicle push maneuvers when able- Calling for towing service or emergency service- Transporting stranded motorists to a safe location off the roadway- Providing cell phone service- Providing drinking water to stranded motorists
Category
Other
Position Type
Part-Time
Security Clearance
None
Recruiting Location : Location
US-TX-Austin
Telework
No - Teleworking not available for this position
ID 50155
Work Location US-VA-Alexandria
If you love high profile and challenging programing projects supporting the US Navy and Commercial Customers - Serco has a great opportunity for you!  The Systems Engineering/Model-Based System Engineer (MBSE) provides support including engineering data analysis in the development, review and evaluation of data updates to Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) products and design documentation required to effectively develop systems and updates to policy that directs specifications and standards for MBSE products.  The MBSE will leverage existing products and models to produce DoDAF viewpoints required to support Program of Record milestone reviews. This will include architectural products and documentation reflecting the system design. The MBSE will have demonstrated experience with multi-tasking across programs in a matrix organization; dynamically interacting with customers, equipment manufacturers and the Serco Team.  Bring your expertise and collaborative skills to make an impact towards our Navy towards the future! In this role, you will:- Provide support that can identify, compare, analyze and recommend data standards for a variety of future and existing digital products for the purpose of establishing contract requirements and enable the electronic passing of data from one data warehouse or application to another. It is desired to have an understanding of the application of data science, including data mining and analytics that when applied provide for data driven decisions. - Inform future digital engineering policies that provide commonality of technical requirements like ontology, lexicon, data & modeling environments, analytic applications, and schema. - Develop and provide configuration management for all project architecture, model resident design specifications, and interface documents- Provide support in all system engineering activities and processes, including:- Monitoring and assessing sufficiency of vendor proposed hardware and software components, systems and configurations.- Review preliminary designs (hardware and software).- Review Engineering Change Proposals, requests for deviation/waiver of requirements, component substitutions and requests for enhancements.- Monitor all Hardware and Software Trouble/Problem Reporting, including causal effect analysis and proposed resolution.- Perform interoperability and integration related engineering activities.- Provide technical assistance to Local and Program Configuration Control Boards (CCB).- Provide System Logistic Support analysis.- Develop initial operational and system architectural views as it applies to SSL solutions level and selected ship/platform fleet integration.- Provide system engineering and technical support in the scope and development of interface, specification and related technical statutory/regulatory documentation.
Category
Engineering
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
None
Recruiting Location : Location
US-VA-Alexandria
Telework
Yes - May Consider Full Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52808
Work Location US-CA-San Carlos
 Are you an Air Traffic Controller seeking a management position? Serco has a great opportunity for you located in San Carlos, CA! Serco is one of the largest non-government Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP) in the world. We deliver air traffic control (ATC) services for small and medium regional airports as well as the largest commercial air hub on the globe. Serco is also the only commercial ANSP to provide all the three ATC disciplines: Terminal Tower, Terminal Approach Control, and Enroute Center. No wonder we are one of the largest non-government employers of Air Traffic Controllers in the world! What we offer:- The rate of pay for this position is $43.62 per hour. - Additional housing stipend available.- $5,000 SIGN ON BONUS.Air Traffic Managers must be familiar with standard Air Traffic Control (ATC) concepts, practices, and procedures. A manager must rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. A certain degree of creativity and latitude is expected. Managers lead and direct the work of others to accomplish the daily operation of the facility. As an Air Traffic Manager, you can expect to:- Report to the Area Manager- Supervise air traffic control tower personnel- Manage training requirements- Manage quality and safety programs- Complete and submit recurring reports- Complete/support compliance verification audits- Review facility directives and procedures for compliance and adherence- Collaborate with the public, airport personnel and FAA managementAir Traffic Managers must also function as Air Traffic Control Specialists (ATCS) by controlling air traffic on and within the vicinity of the airport according to established procedures and policies to prevent collisions and minimize delays arising from traffic congestion. ATCS’s are responsible for the safe, orderly and expeditious movement of air traffic through the nation's airspace.  As a member of the Air Traffic Control team, you can expect to:- Answer radio calls from arriving/departing aircraft- Issue landing/takeoff instructions- Issue information such as runway usage, wind velocity/direction, visibility, taxiing instructions, and pertinent data on other aircraft operating in vicinity- Issue air traffic clearances- Perform critical weather observations as a Limited Aviation Weather Reporting Station (LAWRS) observer, and to disseminate timely weather information to pilots, other air traffic control facilities and other users of the National Airspace System.- Transfer and receive control of aircraft- Operate equipment such as: radios, telephones, interphones, computer systems, radar, recording systems, weather equipment, light guns, airport/runway lighting systems, backup equipment, etc.- Alert Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighters and other first responders to aircraft experiencing emergency situations- Coordinate with and issue instructions to airport vehicles/personnel- Maintain and disseminate records of daily operations- Perform on-the-job training instructor duties as required
Category
Aviation
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Other
Recruiting Location : Location
US-CA-San Carlos
Telework
No - Teleworking not available for this position
ID 52804
Work Location US-CA-Port Hueneme
The Chief Vessel Engineer provides support in operating, troubleshooting, and repairing major power generations systems, including shipboard main propulsion, electrical power generation and distribution, and auxiliary systems. Troubleshoots problems within project/program, providing analysis and solution recommendations. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Reports to a Program Manager or head of a unit/department under limited to no supervision. This position will support onsite Naval Base Port Hueneme. In this role, you will:- Will perform scheduled and corrective maintenance, integration, testing, field installation, and troubleshooting of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic equipment and systems.  - Provide sound and seasoned technical judgement that follows company policies and procedures in meeting customer obligations.- Conduct routine and corrective maintenance of complex automated control systems, main engines, diesel generators, electrical distribution systems, and auxiliary systems.- Assist with vessel modifications, including development of Engineering Change Proposals, procurement of parts, fabrication, installation, and testing.- Assist with planning shipyard overhauls.- Assist with electrical, mechanical and network payload integration.- Develop maintenance plans and procedures.- Assist with at-sea testing of UXVs and associated payload, including test plan development, test execution, and post-test analysis.- Ability to problem solve during high stress environments such as field testing in austere conditions.- Travel and at-sea watch standing will be required.
Category
Navy
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-CA-Port Hueneme
Telework
No - Teleworking not available for this position
ID 52802
Work Location US-CA-Port Hueneme
If you love high profile and challenging projects supporting the US Navy - Serco has a great opportunity for you!  We're looking for a highly motivated individual with a technical/engineering background as a Chief Vessel Engineer who has experience working with Unmanned Experimental Systems (UXV) to join our Maritime Engineering, Technology and Sustainment (METS) team supporting Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Port Hueneme, CA. This position supports a broad portfolio of Autonomous Maritime System (AMS) programs in the Ventura county Naval Base Port Hueneme geographic region onboard a fast-growing local team. This position is contingent upon your ability to maintain your active Secret level DoD Clearance. The Chief Vessel Engineer provides support in operating, troubleshooting, and repairing major power generations systems, including shipboard main propulsion, electrical power generation and distribution, and auxiliary systems. Troubleshoots problems within project/program, providing analysis and solution recommendations. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Reports to a Program Manager or head of a unit/department under limited to no supervision. This position will support onsite Naval Base Port Hueneme. In this role, you will:- Will perform scheduled and corrective maintenance, integration, testing, field installation, and troubleshooting of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic equipment and systems.  - Provide sound and seasoned technical judgement that follows company policies and procedures in meeting customer obligations.- Conduct routine and corrective maintenance of complex automated control systems, main engines, diesel generators, electrical distribution systems, and auxiliary systems.- Assist with vessel modifications, including development of Engineering Change Proposals, procurement of parts, fabrication, installation, and testing.- Assist with planning shipyard overhauls.- Assist with electrical, mechanical and network payload integration.- Develop maintenance plans and procedures.- Assist with at-sea testing of UXVs and associated payload, including test plan development, test execution, and post-test analysis.- Ability to problem solve during high stress environments such as field testing in austere conditions.- Travel and at-sea watch standing will be required.
Category
Navy
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-CA-Port Hueneme
Telework
No - Teleworking not available for this position
ID 52704
Work Location CA-NL-N/A
Are you a self-starter always thinking of better ways to do things? Are you looking to be part of a dynamic team focused on providing top-quality services to customers? If yes, please keep reading!  As a member of Serco’s dynamic team, your expertise and collaborative skills will make a positive impact towards our military defense and safety of our soldiers.As the Royal Canadian Air Forces’ prime service provider at 5 Wing Goose Bay, Labrador, our team delivers comprehensive air operations, emergency services, logistics and engineering expertise to the Department of National Defence. We work on behalf of DND’s “no fail” mission at Goose Bay: supporting NORAD operations for the projection of air power on the north and northeast coasts of Canada, while supporting military training for the Canadian Armed Forces, Allies and NORAD. 5 Wing Goose Bay provides effective training facilities, adaptable infrastructures, and a unique, austere, and challenging training location.  Currently, Serco Canada has over 1,200 employees across four provinces, including a strong and growing Indigenous workforce. You will be part of a team that works closely with the military customer and other Serco teams to deliver quality and efficient services to DND. The Serco team has been recognized as one of Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers for 4 years in a row and received the prestigious Atlantic Canadian Aerospace and Defence Association. Industry Excellence Recognition Award for Gender and Diversity Excellence. In this role, you will:- Garbage collection from PMQ's, Mess Hall, Trade Shops, and clean up grounds. - Perform snow removal in accordance with SNIC Plan.- Perform grass cutting in accordance with Grass Cutting Plan. - Perform landscape maintenance. - Assist with repairs to concrete and asphalt surfaces on the Airfield and on Domestic roads.- Repair/replace signage on Domestic roads and on the Airfield.- Required to assist Trade Shops. - Lifting heavy materials/equipment in performance of duties.- Operating light vehicles as required with proper licensing.- Operate light vehicles such as 44 Passenger Buss, Taxi and Ambulance.- Operate specialized equipment such as ride-on lawn mowers, power saws, hedge trimmer, 60LB buster, farm tractor, bobcat loader, snow blower, JLG lift, forklift, turf sweeper, etc. - Operate communication equipment for Airfield & Domestic operations. - Dress accordingly.- Provide courteous service to clients. - Responsible for recording time daily in TMA.- Required to keep accurate logs for pickup and delivery of passengers and cargo.- Security clearance required to pick up and deliver mail.- Keep shop and work areas clean and store equipment in designated areas.- Required to work at remote locations. - Clean vehicles for Serco and DND users as required.- Ensure all assigned deliverables and other reports are completed accurately and on time.- Visibly demonstrate Serco Values and work practices while completing duties.- Other related duties relevant to this position as may be required. 
Category
Logistics
Position Type
Temporary/Term Full-Time
Security Clearance
Reliability Status
Recruiting Location : Location
CA-NL-Goose Bay
Telework
No - Teleworking not available for this position
ID 52772
Work Location US-DC-Washington
If you seek a rewarding, high profile and challenging position supporting projects for the US Navy- Serco has a great opportunity for you!  This position will be on a dynamic team, supporting Team Submarine.  Bring your expertise and collaborative skills to make an impact towards our military defense and safety of our sailors.John Cottingham, former submarine commanding officer, https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnmcottingham, leads this high-performing contractor team supporting NAVSEA. Team Submarine’s Submarine Program Offices are responsible for: The acquisition of the OHIO Class replacement and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E) and Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E) of the COLUMBIA Class. The program is a major defense acquisition program and is of significant political importance with Congress and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). The acquisition of New Construction Submarines and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E), Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E), and Fleet introduction of the U.S. Navy’s newest class of nuclear attack submarines. The program is a major defense acquisition program with a total life cycle cost of approximately $336B. Additionally, successful improvement of the Class' capabilities is of significant political importance with Congress and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).The SSN(X) Office is responsible for the acquisition and design of the future fast attack submarine and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E) and Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E) of the future submarine. The future Attack Submarine will be designed to retain multi-mission capability and sustained combat presence in denied waters with a focus on greater speed, stealth, and horizontal payloads and salvo rates. You must have an Active Secret clearance to be considered. Serco supports the US Navy as a prime for their Team Submarine contract supporting the acquisition of submarines. The Team Submarine concept unifies once diverse submarine-related activities into a single submarine-centric organization with the goal of eliminating traditional stovepipe structures and processes that created impediments and inefficiencies in the submarine research, development, acquisition, and maintenance communities. Team Submarine provides improved communication among the various offices that contribute to the overall success of the United States Submarine Force.  Serco-NA is seeking a motivated individual to provide acquisition program support to one of our NAVSEA customers.  Serco-NA has an opening for a Navy analyst supporting strategic communications for the Director, Submarine Industrial Base in PEO SSBNs on an active contract with the U.S. Navy in the Washington, DC area.  General Duties:- Supports strategic messaging and communications within the Navy, DoD, and USG to help develop and sustain the submarine industrial base workforce- Supports Congressional engagement- Generates briefing material and supports briefs to senior officials within Govt, industry and academia- Develops engagement plans to support front office initiatives- Provides program, analytical, and acquisition management support to senior level executives- Provides detail-oriented management of records, business research analysis, and valuation strategies- Performs various tasks in support of the program office
Category
Communications/Public Relations
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-DC-
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52752
Work Location US-DC-Washington Navy Yard
If you seek a rewarding, high profile and challenging position supporting projects for the US Navy- Serco has a great opportunity for you!  This position will be on a dynamic team, supporting Team Submarine.  Bring your expertise and collaborative skills to make an impact towards our military defense and safety of our sailors.John Cottingham, former submarine commanding officer, https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnmcottingham, leads this high-performing contractor team supporting NAVSEA. Team Submarine’s Submarine Program Offices are responsible for: The acquisition of the OHIO Class replacement and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E) and Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E) of the COLUMBIA Class. The program is a major defense acquisition program and is of significant political importance with Congress and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). The acquisition of New Construction Submarines and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E), Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E), and Fleet introduction of the U.S. Navy’s newest class of nuclear attack submarines. The program is a major defense acquisition program with a total life cycle cost of approximately $336B. Additionally, successful improvement of the Class' capabilities is of significant political importance with Congress and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).The SSN(X) Office is responsible for the acquisition and design of the future fast attack submarine and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E) and Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E) of the future submarine. The future Attack Submarine will be designed to retain multi-mission capability and sustained combat presence in denied waters with a focus on greater speed, stealth, and horizontal payloads and salvo rates. You must have an Active Secret clearance to be considered. Serco supports the US Navy as a prime for their Team Submarine contract supporting the acquisition of submarines. The Team Submarine concept unifies once diverse submarine-related activities into a single submarine-centric organization with the goal of eliminating traditional stovepipe structures and processes that created impediments and inefficiencies in the submarine research, development, acquisition, and maintenance communities. Team Submarine provides improved communication among the various offices that contribute to the overall success of the United States Submarine Force. Serco-NA is seeking a motivated individual to provide Manpower and Training (MPT) programmatic support to PMS 397.  Serco-NA has an opening for a Management Analyst with submarine MPT expertise to support an active contract with the U.S. Navy in the Washington, DC area.  General Duties- Support of the CLB MP&T APM, primarily in the manpower and financial areas - Provide reasoned and experienced advice on all matters of training, manpower, personnel, and general program management of same- Contacts within the Navy manpower and personnel areas, training areas, to support the APM - Support towards POM inputs for future funding - Support towards creative solutions to training needs beyond the norm as it has been performed in the past (innovation to improve training effectiveness) - Support in coordination with OPNAV and MILPERS on executing manpower and funding issues - Support for weekly sync meetings with MP&T leadership (including Submarine Learning Center, NAWC TSD, UWS TR, NSWCDD support ((government and contract support), and PMS 397 leadership). Ideal candidate would be able to stand in for APM when required (lead the team in the absence of the APM). - Support for monthly coordination with UWS TR for long-range planning and short-term solution/status - Attend and/or support semi-annual meeting with Submarine Force Training Committee (O6-level meeting on steering the submarine training community requirements and priorities) - Attend and/or support semi-annual Team Trainer Design Review Group (working-level meeting on generation and status of team training devices) - Attend and/or support SSP annual training meeting - Attend and support monthly FEA status meetings with TYCOM, OPNAV N97, and NAWCTSD - Support towards the implementation of purpose-built custom software for automated generation of manpower documents (PSMD/CPP/CSPP), training documents (NTSP), and program management (schedules, dashboards, etc.) - Support to Facilities area (Trident Training Facility MILCON, trainer installation processes) - Attend and support quarterly Manpower and Training Assessment Committee (MTAC) meetings – run and co-chaired by PMS397 MP&T APM (with OPNAV N97) to provide the Submarine Training Community status of all solutions to manpower and training needs for CLB - Attend, support and potential lead (as required) quarterly MP&T/Platform Training Systems (PTS) Process Integration Team (PIT) meetings. MPT PTS PIT meetings are between PMS397 and GDEB, with each area co-chaired by the APM of the area and the GDEB counterpart.  These are status and planning discussions on contracted work towards production of the CLB class Key Performance Parameters. - Support towards a first-of-a-kind plan to utilize Program processes to establish Trident Refit Facility personnel with training on CLB-unique maintenance needs - Attend and/or support semi-annual C4I Submarine Training Advisory Group meetings support - Support towards housing solutions for unaccompanied Sailors at GDEB during pre-commissioning and full crew during PSA - Support to provide solutions to the Pre-Deployment Training Buildings at each Trident site (Kings Bay, GA and Bangor, WA) for CLB-unique technology inputs - Support towards managing and tracking a first-person virtual environment for familiarization, operations, and maintenance training  
Category
Training
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-DC-
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52760
Work Location US-DC-Washington Navy Yard
If you seek a rewarding, high profile and challenging position supporting projects for the US Navy- Serco has a great opportunity for you!  This position will be on a dynamic team, supporting Team Submarine.  Bring your expertise and collaborative skills to make an impact towards our military defense and safety of our sailors.John Cottingham, former submarine commanding officer, https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnmcottingham, leads this high-performing contractor team supporting NAVSEA. Team Submarine’s Submarine Program Offices are responsible for: The acquisition of the OHIO Class replacement and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E) and Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E) of the COLUMBIA Class. The program is a major defense acquisition program and is of significant political importance with Congress and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).The acquisition of New Construction Submarines and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E), Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E), and Fleet introduction of the U.S. Navy’s newest class of nuclear attack submarines. The program is a major defense acquisition program with a total life cycle cost of approximately $336B. Additionally, successful improvement of the Class' capabilities is of significant political importance with Congress and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).The SSN(X) Office is responsible for the acquisition and design of the future fast attack submarine and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E) and Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E) of the future submarine. The future Attack Submarine will be designed to retain multi-mission capability and sustained combat presence in denied waters with a focus on greater speed, stealth, and horizontal payloads and salvo rates. You must have an Active Secret clearance to be considered. Serco supports the US Navy as a prime for their Team Submarine contract supporting the acquisition of submarines. The Team Submarine concept unifies once diverse submarine-related activities into a single submarine-centric organization with the goal of eliminating traditional stovepipe structures and processes that created impediments and inefficiencies in the submarine research, development, acquisition, and maintenance communities. Team Submarine provides improved communication among the various offices that contribute to the overall success of the United States Submarine Force. Serco-NA is seeking a motivated individual to provide programmatic support to one of our NAVSEA customers.  Serco-NA has an opening for a lead program office manager with submarine expertise to support an active contract with the U.S. Navy in the Washington, DC area.  General Duties:- Log in daily to PEO SSBN account to read and accept incoming tasks- Import documents and files into DON Tracker for submission to other agencies- Download files and instructions for individual taskers to the R drive- Facilitate approval and track completion of PMS397 taskers (and document) via the commitments system- Report decision by Executive Director via DON Tracker- Route, track, and distribute documents requireing approval by more than one agency (such as PMS397 and PMS450)- Review, track, obtain signature, and distribute letters for signature by the PM/DPM- Maintain listings of SOPs, agreements, and DDMs- Track completion of annual reviews (and document) via the commitments system- Write, edit and/or provide recommendations for New or revisions to SOPs- Route revisions and/or new SOPs as appropriate to the PAPMs via the commitments system- Route vetted new/revised SOPs to DPM and PM for signature- Publish and distribute signed new/revised SOPs - Prepare briefing on all current SOPs, provide to all hands annually, and track to completion- Track completion of annual reviews (and document) via the commitments system- Write, edit and/or provide recommendations for New or revisions to agreements- Route for internal management review via the commitments system- Route or verify completion of SME reviews with other signators via DON Tracker- Track inputs from PAPMs for COB each other Thursday- Develop and publish listing of topics- Compile inputs, format, and present to PM by noon, each other Friday- Distribute via email to the PEO/ED and other personnel as designated by the PMs- Import design data from weekly metrics for LOE 1- Track inputs for LOE 2 and LOE 3 for COB each other Thursday- Compile inputs, format, and present to PM by noon, each other Friday- Distribute via email to IEP Director and EA, PEO SSBN- Research of available guidance, solicit internal comments, format, and present to DPM/PM- Compile data from incoming and internal briefs- Farm metrics data to other briefs / documents being prepared for presentation outside of PMS397 (ensure consistency in program reporting)- Distribute via email to PEO/ED and other personnel as directed by PM- Control of folders and subfolders and files contained within the PMS397 folders on the R Drive- Submission of annual Inventory of Records for CLB- Maintain and conduct periodic reviews of the PMS397 File Plan for CLB Records- Identify and maintain Essential (Vital) CLB Records, indexing their primary and secondary location, and annual inventory- Inventory of Classified Documents (includes identification of CLB Classified Records)- Maintain ready reference libraries, paper and electronic- Forward DPM/PM signed letters for serialization (records retention)- Serialization of PEO SSBN Letters- Edits documents for PM/DPM- Review of Program Letters by Technical Writers- Edit/write Program Documents as requested- Classification Reviews of GAO reports, draft briefs, and other PMS397 correspondence- Write, route for concurrence, and forward to PM for signature- Compile listing of personnel authorized to sign for PEO- Prepare listing of positional authority for ED to sign- Compile listings of personnel authorities and collateral duties per SOP#6.
Category
Office Management/Sr Administration
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-DC-
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52751
Work Location US-DC-Washington Navy Yard
If you seek a rewarding, high profile and challenging position supporting projects for the US Navy- Serco has a great opportunity for you!  This position will be on a dynamic team, supporting Team Submarine.  Bring your expertise and collaborative skills to make an impact towards our military defense and safety of our sailors. John Cottingham, former submarine commanding officer, https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnmcottingham, leads this high-performing contractor team supporting NAVSEA. Team Submarine’s Submarine Program Offices are responsible for: The acquisition of the OHIO Class replacement and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E) and Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E) of the COLUMBIA Class. The program is a major defense acquisition program and is of significant political importance with Congress and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).The acquisition of New Construction Submarines and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E), Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E), and Fleet introduction of the U.S. Navy’s newest class of nuclear attack submarines. The program is a major defense acquisition program with a total life cycle cost of approximately $336B. Additionally, successful improvement of the Class' capabilities is of significant political importance with Congress and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).The SSN(X) Office is responsible for the acquisition and design of the future fast attack submarine and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E) and Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E) of the future submarine. The future Attack Submarine will be designed to retain multi-mission capability and sustained combat presence in denied waters with a focus on greater speed, stealth, and horizontal payloads and salvo rates. You must have an Active Secret clearance to be considered. Serco supports the US Navy as a prime for their Team Submarine contract supporting the acquisition of submarines. The Team Submarine concept unifies once diverse submarine-related activities into a single submarine-centric organization with the goal of eliminating traditional stovepipe structures and processes that created impediments and inefficiencies in the submarine research, development, acquisition, and maintenance communities. Team Submarine provides improved communication among the various offices that contribute to the overall success of the United States Submarine Force.  Serco-NA is seeking a motivated individual to provide Reliability and Maintainability programmatic support to one of our NAVSEA customers.  Serco-NA has an opening for a program manager with submarine expertise to support an active contract with the U.S. Navy in the Washington, DC area.  General DutiesApply engineering, scientific, and analytical disciplines to ensure that systems and platforms Reliability & Maintainability requirements are integrated with the system design, development, testing, and life cycle sustainment resulting in warfighting capabilities that function effectively when required and that detection and correction of design deficiencies, weak parts, and workmanship defects that affect functionality are implemented. Provide Acquisition Logistics Support for all systems (both in-service and new) in the areas of Reliability & Maintainability.
Category
Project/Program Management
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-DC-
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52708
Work Location US-CA-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a San Diego, CA based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. Finance plays an important role in the overall success of the FSET assisting with project management functions.In this role, you will: - Act as a member of the Financial Analyst team analyzing financial data and providing forecasting support.- Preparing reports and projections based off financial data.- Monitor project financial execution to achieve maximum effectiveness for the FSET.- Demonstrate proficient use of Microsoft Office applications (Access, Excel, Power Point, Project, Word)- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Finance
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
None
Recruiting Location : Location
US-CA-San Diego
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52706
Work Location US-CA-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.  This is a San Diego, CA based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. Project Control plays an important role in the overall success of the FSET assisting with project management functions.In this role, you will: - Act as a member of the Program Analyst team for the FSET providing support and coordination of project management through analytical, problem solving and decision making skills.- Support monthly financial labor projections.- Monitor project execution to achieve maximum effectiveness for the FSET.- Oversee and report performance and progress through analytical techniques to validate cost and performance. - Demonstrate and use advanced knowledge and application with Microsoft Office applications (Access, Excel, Power Point, Project, Word)- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Business Systems/Analysis
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Other
Recruiting Location : Location
US-CA-San Diego
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52705
Work Location US-CA-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.  This is a San Diego, CA based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway.  Data analytics and metrics plays an important role in the overall success of the FSET for both internal and external stakeholders. In this role, you will: - Act as the Predictive Analytics Specialist for the FSET providing practical application of mass data mining, data warehousing, predictive and statistical modeling, and data visualization.- Help solve complex data questions. - Use advanced statistics and machine learning algorithms to analyze data for insights and predictions.- Identify and interpret trends and patterns in large and varied datasets.- Identify opportunities to deploy predictive analytics- Assist in the development and/or application of commercial analytics tools for use with government sponsored knowledge discovery in databases initiatives (KDD).- Develop formal presentations and delivery to a wide variety of audiences both military and civilian. - Demonstrate and use advanced knowledge and application with Microsoft Office applications (Access, Excel, Power Point, Project, Word)- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Other
Recruiting Location : Location
US-CA-San Diego
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52696
Work Location US-AE-APO
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Deveselu, Romania based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Sr. Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23)- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
RO-
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52485
Work Location US-AE-Poland
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Redzikowo, Poland based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Sr. Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23)- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
PL-
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52479
Work Location US-AE-Bahrain
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Manama, Bahrain based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Sr. Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23)- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
BH-Bahrain-
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52478
Work Location US-AE-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Yokosuka, Japan based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Sr. Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23)- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
JP-AP-Yokosuba
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52477
Work Location US-AE-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Naples, Italy based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Sr. Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23)- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
IT-Naples
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52476
Work Location US-VA-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Norfolk, VA based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Sr. Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23).- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-VA-Norfolk
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52474
Work Location US-AE-Remote
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Rota, Spain based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23)- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
ES-Cadiz-Rota
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52473
Work Location US-AE-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Sasebo, Japan based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23)- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
JP-Nagasaki-Sasebo
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52472
Work Location US-AE-Bahrain
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Manama, Bahrain based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required.In this role, you will: - Be a Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23)- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
BH-Bahrain-
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52471
Work Location US-AE-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Yokosuka, Japan based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23)- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
JP-AP-Yokosuba
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52470
Work Location US-AE-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Naples, Italy based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23)- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
IT-Naples
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52469
Work Location US-WA-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Bremerton, WA or Everett, WA based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23)- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-WA-Bremerton
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52468
Work Location US-VA-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Norfolk, VA based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23)- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-VA-Norfolk
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52467
Work Location US-CA-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a San Diego, CA based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) RF and networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR RF systems and networking auxiliary systems (e.g., NMT, WSC-6, CBSP, EHF, DMR, URT-23)- Apply frequency management and technical control experience of RF mediums between Navy platforms and terrestrial communication stations.- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other NAVWAR FRD specific projects.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-CA-San Diego
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52465
Work Location US-VA-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Norfolk, VA based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Sr. Command, Control & Intelligence Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) combat systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR command and control systems (GCCS-M, MTC2, Tactical Data Link Systems such as Link 16, C2P, and LMMT)- Deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other needs of the Navy.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-VA-Norfolk
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52464
Work Location US-CA-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a San Diego, CA based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Sr. Command, Control & Intelligence Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) combat systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR command and control systems (GCCS-M, MTC2, Tactical Data Link Systems such as Link 16, C2P, and LMMT)- Deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other needs of the Navy.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-CA-San Diego
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52462
Work Location US-AE-Bahrain
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Manama, Bahrain based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Command, Control & Intelligence Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) combat systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR command and control systems (GCCS-M, MTC2, Tactical Data Link Systems such as Link 16, C2P, and LMMT)- Deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other needs of the Navy.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
BH-Bahrain-Manama
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52460
Work Location US-VA-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Norfolk, VA based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Command, Control & Intelligence Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) combat systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR command and control systems (GCCS-M, MTC2, Tactical Data Link Systems such as Link 16, C2P, and LMMT)- Deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other needs of the Navy.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-VA-Norfolk
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52459
Work Location US-CA-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a San Diego, CA based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be a Command, Control & Intelligence Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) combat systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support NAVWAR POR command and control systems (GCCS-M, MTC2, Tactical Data Link Systems such as Link 16, C2P, and LMMT)- Deployable to support Navy operational requirements, Navy exercises and other needs of the Navy.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-CA-San Diego
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52457
Work Location US-AE-Remote
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Rota, Spain based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be either an Afloat or Ashore Network Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) networking systems.- Interface with senior military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support the ADNS, CANES, ISNS, CENTRIXS, STACC or other large NAVWAR POR networking systems- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, exercise support and other projects to meet the needs of the Navy.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Top Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
ES-AE-Naval Station Rota
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52454
Work Location US-AE-Bahrain
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Manama, Bahrain based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be either an Afloat or Ashore Network Engineer (Junior) for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) networking systems.- Interface with military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering support the ADNS, CANES, ISNS, CENTRIXS, STACC or other large NAVWAR POR networking systems- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, exercise support and other projects to meet the needs of the Navy.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Other
Recruiting Location : Location
BH-Bahrain-
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52453
Work Location US-VA-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Norfolk, VA based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be either an Afloat or Ashore Network Engineer (Junior) for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) networking systems.- Interface with military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering support the ADNS, CANES, ISNS, CENTRIXS, STACC or other large NAVWAR POR networking systems- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, exercise support and other projects to meet the needs of the Navy.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Other
Recruiting Location : Location
US-VA-Norfolk
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52452
Work Location US-FL-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Mayport, FL based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be either an Afloat or Ashore Network Engineer (Junior) for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) networking systems.- Interface with military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering support the ADNS, CANES, ISNS, CENTRIXS, STACC or other large NAVWAR POR networking systems- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, exercise support and other projects to meet the needs of the Navy.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Other
Recruiting Location : Location
US-FL-Mayport
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52444
Work Location GU-GU-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Finegayan, Guam based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required.In this role, you will: - Be either an Afloat or Ashore Network Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) networking systems.- Interface with military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support the ADNS, CANES, ISNS, CENTRIXS, STACC or other large NAVWAR POR networking systems- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, exercise support and other projects to meet the needs of the Navy.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-Guam-
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position
ID 52442
Work Location US-HI-N/A
Join Serco in support of the Fleet Systems Engineering Team – known as the FSET.   This is a Pearl Harbor, HI based position supporting Navy Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Fleet Readiness Directorate (FRD). The FSET program facilitates the effective operation of all NAVWAR afloat and ashore C4I systems throughout the entire Operational Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) cycle.  The FSET program is responsible to supply senior technical advisors and system engineers that provide end-to-end C4I systems engineering support to all Numbered Fleet Command ships, Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups (CSGs, ESGs), Amphibious Ready Groups and at global locations that support forward deployed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) ships throughout each OFRP phase. The FSET program provides systems engineering and technical support for the rapid introduction of new capabilities into the Fleet through fleet experimentation and operational fleet exercises in-port and underway. FSET program support is focused on OFRP phases that start at initial workup through deployment, and during maintenance and upkeep periods. FSET engineers also provide technical C4I and systems engineering support services to Shore facilities. Fleet Systems Engineers (FSE) conduct on-site troubleshooting and maintenance assistance for problems that cross multiple Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, provide over-the-shoulder training, and assist Fleet customers with executing various system-of-systems technical processes. FSEs also observe C4I system performance and provide critical feedback regarding computer network defense status and to ensure Navy C4I systems are expeditiously restored in the event of system malfunction, attack, cyber-attack, or other system impacting incident. FSEs coordinate and provide repair of installed C4I systems and other systems engineering services as required. In this role, you will: - Be either an Afloat or Ashore Network Engineer for the FSET providing support to NAVWAR C4I Program of Record (POR) networking systems.- Interface with military and government leadership through regular communications and active engagement.- Provide systems level engineering expertise to support the ADNS, CANES, ISNS, CENTRIXS, STACC or other large NAVWAR POR networking systems- Be deployable to support Navy operational requirements, exercise support and other projects to meet the needs of the Navy.- This is a non-supervisory position.
Category
Information Technology
Position Type
Full-Time
Security Clearance
Secret
Recruiting Location : Location
US-HI-Pearl Harbor
Telework
Yes - May Consider Occasional/Part Time Teleworking for this position

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