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Application Developer (0042-002)
Location: Chesapeake VA
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Description of Duties:

• Strong computer science background in data structure, algorithms, and OO programming
• 2-4 years related work experience
• Solid open-source/Linux familiarity/distribution experience
• Strong working knowledge of PHP
• Working knowledge and experience with software development best practices and standards
• Working knowledge and experience with software security best practices and applicable tools to prevent fraudulent and malicious attacks from exposure to vulnerabilities as SQL injection, XSS, etc.
• Familiarity with front-end development ecosystem (e.g. HTML, CSS, and JavaScript)
• Familiarity with the LAMP environment
• Experience with version control software such as Git
• Experience with relational databases: Oracle, MySQL, DB2, MongoDB, etc.
• Knowledge of the MVC design pattern
• Continuous integration and automated testing
• Experience with jQuery
• Modern DevOPS concepts and tools.
Not required but a plus:
• Server-side Javascript, Node.js
• Access database programming VBA

Special Requirements:

Security+ CE desirable but not required
Security Clearance is not required by must be Must be a US Citizen and able to pass a background check

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Corrosion Engineer - Tanks/Voids/Topside (0050-007)
Location: Norfolk VA
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Description of Duties:

Provide technical assistance, assessment, inspection, corrective actions and groom support for code 242 at MARMC, Norfolk, VA.  Conduct inspections/assessments of equipment/conditions and parameters for out of specification settings.  Evaluate and document findings and provide repair recommendations.  Provide debrief following each ship visit. 

Demonstrated working knowledge of Navy assessment programs, visit processes and reporting methods for visits. 

Demonstrated regular use of accepted current instrumentation for diagnosing equipment. 

Demonstrated ability for interpreting wiring diagrams and control schematics. 

Ability to utilize computers including the Microsoft Office Suite for compiling information for reports and history files and transfer digital pictures from camera to computer and enhance as required and label them for report purposes. 

Ability to document all findings and recommended corrective actions into the approved Navy databases (i.e. 3M or CADET). 

Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.  

Minimum of eight (8) years general experience with the installation, repair, testing and maintenance of tanks, voids, spaces/compartments, and topside areas of US Naval vessels.   

Experience in assessment, repair, and maintenance of tanks, voids, spaces/compartments, and topside areas on US Naval Ships. 

Minimum of four (4) years specialized hands-on experience working and inspection of ship structures, and have knowledge of welding requirements 

Have knowledge about sheet-metal, preservation, insulation, piping and electrical systems on US Naval ships. 

Current within three (3) years hands-on experience with this equipment. 


Special Requirements:

High School or GED 

Must be currently NACE certified S-CAT Technician 

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Cyber Security Analyst (0045-001)
Location: Chesapeake VA
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Description of Duties:

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Support various tasks in information assurance
• Risk Management Framework (RMF) assessment and authorization (A&A)
• Vulnerability scanning and analysis
• Risk assessment and risk mitigation
• Testing and validation of security controls
• Understanding of common ports and protocols
• Performing STIGs
• NIST SP800-171r Compliance
• Preliminary Pen Testing

• Experience conducting IA/CS security controls analysis, risk assessments, risk mitigation analysis and contingency plan  development
• Experience in IA, DIACAP C&A, and RMF Assessment and Authorization
• Must be able to obtain at a minimum a SECRET security clearance
• Knowledgeable in C&A/A&A requirements and processes
• Hands-on experience with Security Vulnerability Scanning Tools (ex: Nessus, Retina, ACAS)
• Knowledgeable in IA/CS policy development, review and/or implementation
• Knowledgeable in System analysis, design, integration, security test and evaluation.
• Rudimentary understanding of Application Ports, Protocols, and Services.
• LAMP servers
• Application development experience a plus

Special Requirements:

• Require DOD Directive 8570.1/IAWF IAT-II (ex: GSEC, CompTIA Security+ CE, SCNP, SSCP
• Desire DOD Directive 8570.1/IAWF IAM-II (ex: CAP, GSLC, CISM, CISSP, CASP CE)

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MAI Systems Analyst (0050-018
Location: Norfolk VA
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Description of Duties:

Must have current or recent experience within two (2) years unless designated below. Ability to utilize computers including the Microsoft Office Suite for compiling information for reports and history files. Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.
Minimum of five (5) years utilizing 3M system software or Assessment Program software as utilized by NAVY assessment programs. Minimum of five (5) years’ experience in support of the surface TSRA and/or CMP processes. Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in process analysis and evaluation. Ability to communicate effectively to upper NAVY management both orally and in writing.
Position Description:
• Full-Time on-site support at COMNAVSURFLANT to support conducting analysis, review or discussion of fleet maintenance programs and initiatives as they relate to MAI and TSRA.
• Develop and maintain training presentation on MAI Agenda building for introductory and refresher training to RMC Assessment Directors and other personnel as assigned.
• Periodically review TSRA Visit Matrix for accuracy and maintain quarterly current version and annual baseline version on CNSL website. Provide support for draft and submission of annual revision to the baseline TSRA Visit Matrix CNSL/CNSP/CNRMC Notice. Coordinate with cognizant Regional Maintenance Centers (RMCs) for development and submission accuracy of changes submitted to the TSRA Visit Matrix.
• Attend MAI/TSRA related meetings, conferences, development working groups, seminars, etc., as required and report results to ALL SME’s.
• Review feedback provided by RMC Assessment Directors (ADs), CAP, CNRMC and TYCOM POCs for potential changes to MAI tables or process adjustments. Review feedback with MAI team to improve MAI recommendations to all SME’s.
• Provide detailed process map that documents the MAI agenda building process for accurate improvement discussions and process or data change impact assessments.
• Collect, maintain and provide MAI metrics consisting of, but not limited to: end-to-end process map, long range TSRA schedule, quarterly agenda processing report (in coordination with Quarterly TSRA Reviews), and periodic status report on CAP/SURFMEPP alignment.
• Provide problem review and resolution for MAI/SPEAR issues submitted to PMO-IT via PECS/311 trouble reporting system.
• Provide assistance to PMO-IT Operations or Development Codes for MAI/SPEAR issue identification or definition, question answering or problem resolution/mitigation.

Special Requirements:

High School or GED

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