Lukos

Lukos is ancient greek for “wolf”. The characteristics of the wolf match our approach to national security. The wolf is known for cunning, aggression, patience, and teamwork. An individual wolf is a smart, strong, resilient animal, but the true strengh of wolves is their ability to work together as a wolfpack. Kipling said it best in The Law of the Jungle.

8(a) Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) – SBA Certified
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) – VA Verified

Lukos delivers professional services to the Federal Government. Our core focus areas include support to acquisition programs, technical and engineering advice, training and operations support, logistics planning, maximizing human performance, and healthcare advice.  We have ongoing experience working with special operations forces, acquisition program offices, and major joint commands.

Jan 15, 2018
Clinical Psychologist   *******Part-Time Contractor Position ~ 50/month******* ** Position requires a SECRET clearance**   Responsibilities  Clinical/Counseling Psychologist provides services at a high standard of quality enabling the POTFF to mitigate the effects of high operational tempos and co-occurring individual and family stress. Performance shall be in accordance with the standards contained in this statement of work and the terms and conditions of the contract. Healthcare services provided shall be of a quality meeting or exceeding current recognized national standards as established by the American Psychological Association (APA), the Joint Commission (JTC), and the American Hospital Association (AHA).   Responsible for the delineation, design and application of psychological procedures and techniques for patient care, procedural documentation, consultation and organizational development, research, and educational training consistent with DOD and American Psychological Association guidelines. Basic competencies are expected in diagnostic interviewing, behavioral assessment, psychological treatment of DSM-IV diagnoses conditions, and the use of psychological testing/psycho-diagnostic testing for the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of psychological disorders. Activities include, but are not limited to, the following: Crisis response and follow-up care in the event of unit casualties or other serious incidents; Provision of individual, family, and group psychotherapy, and couples therapy; Use of behavior health measures, symptoms checklists, and psychological/neuropsychological assessment instruments to assist in diagnostic clarification and treatment planning; Maintain accurate and current notes in both the Mental Health records and patient medical records of all patients seen, as appropriate, and produces reports of evaluation and/or treatment, as required; Assist and participate in special event informational seminars; Psychological evaluations required by military schools and/or programs; Command directed mental health evaluations performed IAW DOD Directive 6490.1; Clinical supervision of para-professional staff, students pursuing an advanced degree in psychology, and unlicensed psychologists.   Maintain professional license and credentials to practice independently as a clinical psychologist. Will maintain proficiency through attending continuing education and regular consultations with DoD and other agencies.   Job Requirements: Qualifications  The psychologist is required to hold a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) or Psychology Doctor (Psy.D.) degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA approved psychology program (or a program acceptable to the Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Army). Shall have completed an APA approved internship/residency in clinical psychology (or an internship/residency acceptable to the Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Army). Have and maintain a current license to practice psychology in any one of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands. Have a minimum of one (1) year’s post-doctoral experience within the past five (5) years in the independent practice of psychology in the area of the clinical psychology, preferably in a Government setting such as a Department of Defense (DOD) or Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) MTF. Prior experience working with physicians providing medical psychological services is desired. Demonstrate a working knowledge of professional standards and ethics regarding the delivery of clinical psychology programs. Demonstrate computer literacy sufficient to operate a personal computer utilizing psychological test, word processing, database and spread sheet programs, electronic medical record, and possess basic typing skills sufficient to efficiently produce the psychologist’s own reports and correspondence. All HCPs shall have and maintain current certification in Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) as certified by the American Heart Association. CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS:  http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a7886a35adb5c5f015adde13565325c&source =     Location: Yuma Proving Grounds, AZ   Security Clearance: Position requires a TOP SECRET clearance.   Employment Type: Full time
Lukos Yuma Proving Grounds, , United States Part-Time
Jan 15, 2018
USASOC G3X Specialized Training SME   *******Full-Time Employee*******   Position: Specialized Training Subject Matter Expert (SME) Location : Greater Fayetteville, NC Area Start Date: O/A 25 September 2017 Period of Performance: 18-24 Months     SME will conduct research and analysis, and provide recommendations for organizing, training, equipping, reporting, certifying, and managing specialized training in support of special operations across the operational continuum and geopolitical spectrum, including non-permissive and semi permissive environments. Some travel will be required for regular round trips between: Ft Bragg, NC; Tampa, FL; and the National Capital Region. Travel will be done to conduct coordination with USSOCOM service components, TSOC's, Department of the Army and Joint Staff. Job Description:   SME will be the focal point for the assigned support requirements to the USASOC G3X and is expected to provide professional leadership that includes recommendations to improve overall process and efficiency standards at all times. The SME shall participate as required with in-progress reviews and coordinate all associated support.  Must have performed duties in support of USASOC G3X staff planning, training, and operations within three years prior.     Job Requirements: Qualifications : Must have an active TOP SECRET Clearance w/SCI eligibility in JPAS Must be a graduate of the ASOTC 3 SOF combat deployments 5 years’ experience serving at SOF Battalion level (SF, Ranger, Civil Affairs, Physiological Operations, SMU, etc. 5 years’ specialized training experience Must possess knowledge of ARSOF organization, structure, and missions Must possess knowledge of USSOCOM, TSOC, GCC and Joint Forces Must possess knowledge of IC level understanding Must possess U.S. Driver's License CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS:  http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a78842b5da186cf015dbd405eab2b10&source =  
Lukos Greater Fayetteville, , United States Contractor
Jan 15, 2018
SOFLE/SOLO SME   *******Contractor Position*******   Position: Special Operations Liaison Officer (SOLO) Subject Matter Expert (SME)   Location : CA / NC   Dates: | Episodic       Job Description: SOLO, SOFLE or MLE SME will serve along with DOS personnel as part of a Country Team associated with a notional U.S. Embassy.  Designated person will represent a TSOC and be prepared to interface with the regional MEU SOFLE personnel and accurately articulate the current US SOF operational arrayal, operational design and intent in a fictional country.      Job Requirements: Qualifications : The individual shall have at least two years’ experience serving as a of USSOCOM or TSOC staff member in a SOLO, SOFLE or MLE billet in a U.S. Embassy or Partnered Nation Ministry of Defense. This individual must have an adjudicated SECRET clearance, which can be accessed via the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS).   Benefits: This is an episodic opportunity as a temporary W2 employee. Pay commensurate with experience plus per diem to/from-in/around the exercise.   CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS:  CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS:  http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a7880665ba3b640015bafcc044523c0&source =  
Lukos Wilmington, , United States Contractor
Jan 15, 2018
Training Supervisor (TOPM – Junior)   Summary Experience Minimum of two (2) years’ management experience Current CBP background investigation HIGHLY desirable. Education Minimum of BS/BA degree Purpose   The purpose of this contract is to acquire Contractor services to engineer, furnish, install and support the security accreditation of the required information system to support expanded call center requirements. Additionally, the contractor will staff and train customer service representatives and to fully operate the expanded OFO Call Center to meet the Government's requirements to assist the traveling public with questions related to OFO programs. The OFO Call Center shall support Twenty-Four (24) Hour, Seven (7) Day a week (24x7) operations with designated Federal Holiday down times.   Background The United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is the unified border agency within the Department of Homeland Security charged with the management, control and protection of the nation’s borders at and between official Ports of Entry (POE). CBP is charged with keeping terrorists and terrorist weapons out of the country while enforcing hundreds of U.S. laws.   Job Requirements: Experience & Knowledge Prefer experience managing a training program for a CBP government site call center/help desk.  Experience developing training programs for federal government call center/help desk contracts to ensure all contractual obligations are fulfilled, quality standards are met and customers’ performance expectations are achieved. Successful candidate will have experience developing, implementing and continuously improving content (scripts, work instructions, reference materials and customer messages) and training programs resulting in meeting quality standards/metrics (service level agreements (SLA), key performance indicators (KPI), etc.) for a 24/7 government site federal call center/help desk with numerous inquiry access/contact channels (calls, emails, webforms, webchat, fax, etc.); teaming with the Quality Assurance department to develop a combined training/quality program which creates a closed loop system for training-assessment-retraining that ensures continuous improvement of work instructions, training materials/procedures and call center/help desk staff performance; implementing innovative training methods for call center/help desk staff and developing and maintaining Training Delivery and Content Management Plans which enumerate the orientation/new hire training required prior to release to answer live calls; methods for ongoing staff performance assessment; remedial training for substandard performance and content and training program continuous assessment and refresh.  Must have extensive knowledge of training and quality best practices, processes and procedures used by the federal government and industry to deliver best-in-class call center/help desk results/services. Education & Certification Minimum of a BS/BA degree is required   Security Eligibility                                                                                   Must be a US Citizen. To comply with Department of Homeland Security suitability screening requirements, all personnel require a minimum of a criminal background check and credit check. Location Washington, DC CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS:  CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS:  http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a78842b5da186cf015dbe24331c1b44&source =      
Lukos District of Columbia, , United States Full-Time
Jan 15, 2018
  Summary Experience Desired experience: 1 year Read, write, and speak English fluently. Have knowledge and experience with personal computers in a Microsoft Windows-based environment. Proficient in Microsoft Office Knowledge and experience with VISIO is preferred but not required Immigration benefits experience and knowledge is preferred but not required Education Highschool degree or equivalent Purpose:   The objective of this requirement is to obtain Contractor support for DHS, CJSOMB Mission Support Services in the following areas: Call Center Support, Data Entry tasks, Customer Service tasks, Administrative tasks and Public Engagement tasks.   The Contractor shall provide assistance and support to federal employees in several key operational and administrative functions of CJSOMB, by maintaining a highly responsive relationship to the day-to-day activities of the office. The Contractor shall perform the tasks as outlined below.   The Contractor shall have an understanding of the organization and the programs and procedures related to the work of the office. This knowledge should be gained by a combination of education and experience that demonstrates the ability to do the job. The Contractor shall be proficient in Microsoft Office Software Suite (Outlook, Word, and Excel). The Contractor shall have a working knowledge of Access, SharePoint and PowerPoint.   Background: CJSOMB supports the DHS Mission to effectively enforce and administer U.S. immigration laws. Specifically, CJSOMB is charged with: (1) assisting individuals and employers in resolving individual case problems with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS); (2) identifying serious and pervasive problems stakeholders encounter in dealing with USCIS; and (3) proposing changes to mitigate identified issues. By statute, CJSOMB submits an annual report to Congress by the 30th of June. The annual report summarizes the work of the office during the reporting period and identifies systemic issues with the administrative delivery of services at USCIS. CISOMB also holds an annual conference each year, which brings together a host of federal agencies, particularly USC IS, to deliberate current issues with representatives of the stakeholder community. Responsibilities: 1. Perform data entry of new requests for assistance submitted by mail, fax or email; 2. Update Case Team spreadsheets to ensure information is captured and tracked; 3. Provide clerical and automated data entry to support data integrity/quality assurance, as assigned; 4. Identify requests for missing information or documentation; 5. Carry out projects to improve the efficiency and productivity of organizations and employees in administrative support activities; 6. Process physical mail and fax requests as required; 7. Attend meetings to take notes as required; 8. Provide assistance in preparing and creating internal travel forms and travel documentation to include authorizations and vouchers (to the extent permissible) in ConcurGov; 9. Provide assistance with tracking CAADI activities such as emails and phone calls as required; 10. Provide assistance with updating CAADI by using case notes as required; 11. Provide general administrative support for other tasks such: coordinate pickup and removal of bum bags; schedule and reserve the conference rooms; provide elevator escorts as required; receive package and supplies; and provide front desk support; 12. Backup for tasks on other labor categories; and 13. Provide assistance and other duties as assigned to support CISOMB. Job Requirements: Experience & Knowledge Read, write, and speak English fluently. Have knowledge and experience with personal computers in a Microsoft Windows-based environment. Proficient in Microsoft Office Knowledge and experience with VISIO is preferred but not required Immigration benefits experience and knowledge is preferred but not required Education & Certification Minimum of a High School Diploma; an Associate’s Degree is preferred  Security Eligibility                                                                                   Must be a US Citizen. To comply with Department of Homeland Security suitability screening requirements, all personnel require a minimum of a criminal background check and credit check.   CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS: http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a78858c5e4fcef6015e52998b894d25&source =  
Lukos District of Columbia, , United States Full-Time
Jan 15, 2018
Data Reporting Subject Matter Expert (TOPM – Intermediate)     Summary Experience Minimum of twelve (12) years’ experience, four (4) in management experience Current CBP background investigation HIGHLY desirable. Education Minimum of BS/BA degree Purpose   The purpose of this contract is to acquire Contractor services to engineer, furnish, install and support the security accreditation of the required information system to support expanded call center requirements. Additionally, the contractor will staff and train customer service representatives and to fully operate the expanded OFO Call Center to meet the Government's requirements to assist the traveling public with questions related to OFO programs. The OFO Call Center shall support Twenty-Four (24) Hour, Seven (7) Day a week (24x7) operations with designated Federal Holiday down times.   Background The United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is the unified border agency within the Department of Homeland Security charged with the management, control and protection of the nation’s borders at and between official Ports of Entry (POE). CBP is charged with keeping terrorists and terrorist weapons out of the country while enforcing hundreds of U.S. laws.   Job Requirements: Experience & Knowledge Experience defining, collecting and analyzing call center/help desk performance data, especially for a CBP government site call center/help desk contract. Designs, plans, organizes and reports call center/help desk performance management data to confirm contractual obligations are fulfilled, quality standards are met and associated performance metrics are achieved. Successful candidate will have experience providing expert direction and guidance related to defining, designing measurement methods for and reporting on call center/help desk performance metrics (service level agreements (SLA), key performance indicators (KPI), etc.) and performance against those metrics; teaming with both QA and training departments to ensure content, work instructions and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) developed ensure performance meeting required performance standards and using innovative and best-in-class methods to assist with assessing call center/help desk individual staff member and overall performance, assessing the root cause of performance failure and planning methods to resolve performance failures Education & Certification Minimum of a BS/BA degree is required   Security Eligibility                                                                                   Must be a US Citizen. To comply with Department of Homeland Security suitability screening requirements, all personnel require a minimum of a criminal background check and credit check. Location Washington, DC CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS: http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a78842b5da186cf015dbe26db531dbd&source =  
Lukos District of Columbia, , United States Full-Time
Jan 15, 2018
T ravel and Payroll Administrator Department: Human Resources                        Job Purpose :  Handle all small business government travel issues IAW JTR. Perform complete payroll cycle. Perform other payroll functions in the processing of the bi-weekly payroll. On-Board new hires including collecting new hire paperwork, ensuring new hire data in Zenefits/Unanet is correct, tracking of all new hires, completing I-9 process, submitting new hire paperwork to payroll and following up with hiring managers to obtain all new hire orientation documentation.   Summary Experience Required Must have at least 3 – 5 years’ prior experience with government travel and all Joint Travel Regulations (JTR); experience must include reviewing travel claims either for the government or as a contractor Must have onboarding new hires experience Must have payroll experience Must have experience administering benefits HR records maintenance Administrative support Proficiency in HRIS systems, Microsoft Office (especially word and excel), and Google applications  Experience Desired Accounting and bookkeeping or equivalent training   Responsibilities:   Travel Duties Manage all government travel issues Ensure compliance with the JTR Resolve travel expense issues On-boarding Duties Manage the on-boarding process for all new hires Submit required new hire documents to payroll Track and obtain all required new hire paperwork and maintain employee file HRIS (Unanet) data input and maintenance, verify import of new hire information from ATS to HRIS, input missing information Maintain I-9 compliance by auditing timely collection of I-9s from all new hires. E-Verify process for all new hires, and conducting a full I-9 audit at least annually Assist employees with benefits enrollment process and benefit questions HR office reception for incoming calls and in person staff. To include answering routine questions regarding personnel procedures, benefits and 401k. Provide administrative support. Be present during office hours to meet and greet customers, vendors, partners, and teammates. Payroll Clerk Duties Review all employee entries to ensure that all information has been captured correctly in Unanet Enter all W4 Forms and Direct Deposit Forms Complete Employee’s Benefit Audits Complete requests for pay-related concerns and provide accurate payroll information for agencies as requested Address employee's pay related concerns and provide accurate payroll information thru emails and phone calls Send out new hire registration emails to all new hires and provide assistance with on-boarding process Prepare payroll reports as requested Filing as needed Job Requirements: Desired Skills: Entry level payroll processing experience Experience with HRIS systems Skilled in Microsoft Office and Google applications Knowledge of Federal and State laws, including Affirmative Action, Equal Employment Opportunity laws, and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Education: Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, business administration, or a related field a plus Security Clearance: Must be a U.S. Citizen and be eligible to obtain a security clearance. Location: Tampa, FL CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS: http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a78818c5ea84353015eb5f74b4d657d&source =    
Lukos Tampa, , United States Full-Time
Jan 15, 2018
Senior Linguist/Open Source Analyst (Arabic)   Security Requirements: Must have a TS/SCI Clearance on day 1 of employment   Job Requirements: Job Requirements:   Native linguistic experience in Arabic Must be extremely proficient in reading, writing, and listening Attach a copy of DPLT or ILR proficiency scores with resume 5 years of OSINT experience must be cited in work history, either military or civilian to include: 1 year of experience in OSINT tools 1 year of experience in OSINT analysis 1 year of experience in OSINT reporting 5 years of military or government civilian intelligence experience with analysis, reporting, and briefing Work history shall include at least 3 years’ combined experience with Special Operations Forces Work history must be annotated in resume to demonstrate experience with special forces in either conventional, inter-agency, or non-governmental organizations   Location: On site in Tampa, FL CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS: http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/CareerHome.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5  
Lukos Tampa, , United States Full-Time
Jan 15, 2018
Operational Psychologist   *******Full-Time Contractor Position*******   Position: Operational Psychologist   Location : Stone Bay, NC   Job Description: This is a full-time position supporting a military operational unit, as a Behavioral Health Care Provider. The contractor shall provide technical expertise, guidance, and direct clinical services in the area of operational psychology to special operations forces (SOF). In concert with an existing active duty, Operational Psychologists, or independently if no such active duty psychologist is available, the contractor shall develop, plan and initiate resiliency programs for preventing and treating behavioral health issues to support all aspects of service member readiness and resilience. The contractor shall: conduct, administer, and interpret a full spectrum of psychological assessment tools and consult with command personnel; manage relevant process improvement, program validation, and related research; develop and manage appropriate personnel selection records and filing systems. The contractor shall assume responsibility for management of referrals and disposition of referrals for behavioral health care. The contractor shall provide professional development and awareness education to leadership and SOF personnel as requested. The contractor shall provide crisis response and follow-up care in the event of unit casualties or other serious incidents. The contractor shall function as liaison between unit personnel and base/community helping professionals/agencies. Where required, contractor shall support the assessment and selection of incoming personnel and provide feedback to unit leadership on suitability of personnel to serve within certain military organizations or positions. All deliverables must meet professional standards and guidelines defined by the organization's commander and/or senior Operational Psychologist. The Operational Psychologist will provide technical expertise, consultation, and direct support in the areas of assessment and selection of personnel, operational support, human performance enhancement, and the provision of clinical services to unit members. The contractor shall maintain credentialing requirements in good standing at a local military treatment facility.   Job Requirements: Qualifications : The contract psychologist is required to hold a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) or Psychology Doctor (Psy.D.) degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA approved psychology program (or a program acceptable to the Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Army). Shall have completed an APA approved internship/residency in clinical psychology (or an internship/residency acceptable to the Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Army).   Have and maintain a current license to practice psychology in any one of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands. Have a minimum of two (2) year’s post-doctoral experience within the past five (5) years in the independent practice of psychology in the area of the clinical psychology, preferably in a Government setting such as a Department of Defense (DOD) or Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) MTF. Prior experience working with physicians providing medical psychological services is desired. Demonstrate a working knowledge of professional standards and ethics regarding the delivery of clinical psychology programs. Demonstrate computer literacy sufficient to operate a personal computer utilizing psychological test, word processing, database and spread sheet programs, and possess basic typing skills sufficient to efficiently produce the psychologist’s own reports and correspondence. All HCPs shall have and maintain current certification in Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) as certified by the American Heart Association. Documentation of such training shall be provided to the COR. The front and back of the BCLS shall be provided to the Credentialing Department. The contractor shall possess the ability to conduct, administer, and interpret the full spectrum of psychological assessment tools and to consult with command personnel. The contractor shall conduct baseline and post-event neuropsychological screening and will collect/analyze data and monitor trends in psychological health as directed. The contractor shall have the ability to manage relevant process improvement, program validation, and related research is also expected of the contractor. The contractor shall possess a mastery of psychological assessment, behavioral health, behavioral research, and familiarity with organizational effectiveness literature, operational psychology, performance enhancement and training, and industrial/organizational psychology. Contractor may be required to receive and maintain clinical practice privileges. The contractor shall have experience and training in the assessment and treatment of alcohol and substance abuse conditions, domestic violence, child abuse, post-traumatic stress, mood and anxiety conditions, and family/marital issues. Active TOP SECRET/SCI  Clearance. Required Minimum Skills. In addition to required doctoral level training and licensure, all Operational psychologists will have the following specialized training and education that prepare them for their duties. These requirements are waiverable, on a case by-case basis, by the senior Component Command Operational Psychologist. The contractor shall: Prior military and/or SOF experience is desired. Have fluent oral and written communication skills in English. Have experience and training in personnel assessment and selection with some experience and understanding of SOF personnel selection processes. Possess or be willing to obtain SERE orientation and/or certification through the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA). Training in critical incident/stress trauma interventions. Experiencing in performance enhancement and/or sports psychology interventions.  Experience in mental skills development. Experience with biofeedback. Benefits: Salary commensurate with experience plus an outstanding benefits package including medical, dental, vision, 401(k) and more.  CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS: http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a788232591518340159178169233f70&source =  
Lukos Stonebay, , United States Full-Time
Jan 15, 2018
Industrial Security Specialist   Summary Experience Minimum of five (5) years documented qualifying experience in National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) or industrial security experience. (may be substituted for bachelors degree) Minimum of three (3) years in providing industrial security reviews for Coast Guard contracts Minimum of three (3) years in developing and reviewing DD-254 for the Coast Guard. Minimum of two (2) years in Coast Guard Shipboard and facility industrial security experience. Education Minimum of a High School Diploma; an Associate’s Degree is preferred   Purpose:   The purpose of this contract is to acquire industrial security support services for the United States Coast Guard’s Command, Control & Communications Engineering Center (C3CEN) located at Portsmouth, Virginia. Classified level access at the SECRET level is required to provide services involving classified information and classified restricted areas at the unit. Background: C3CEN processes and executes approximately 140 industrial security reviews per year, and that number is anticipated to rise. Many of these industrial security reviews involve classified related work. In the past, the Command Security Officer (CSO) at C3CEN provided industrial security review for these procurement related documents. Responsibilities: Shall assist the industrial security Officer in reviewing procurement related documents for industrial security requirements and incorporating the required industrial security clauses and developing the draft DD-254 (if required). Must have the ability to effectively interact with CSO, customer community and other security staff members. Must have in depth knowledge of National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM). Shall be proficient in various types of information technology applications, such as Microsoft Office, including MS Word, Access, Excel, and PowerPoint.   Must be able to read, write, understand and speak English in a clear, intelligible manner. Job Requirements: Experience & Knowledge Minimum of five (5) years documented qualifying experience in National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) or industrial security experience. (may be substituted for bachelor’s degree) Minimum of three (3) years in providing industrial security reviews for Coast Guard contracts Minimum of three (3) years in developing and reviewing DD-254 for the Coast Guard Minimum of two (2) years in Coast Guard Shipboard and facility industrial security experience. Education & Certification Minimum of a High School Diploma; an Associate’s Degree is preferred   Security Eligibility                                                                                   Must be a US Citizen. To comply with Department of Homeland Security suitability screening requirements, all personnel require a minimum of a criminal background check and credit check. Will be required to obtain, and maintain, a valid in-scope national security clearance at the SECRET level. Location U.S. Coast Guard C3CEN 4000 Coast Guard Blvd. Portsmouth, VA 23703     CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS: http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a78842b5dcae901015dcd4e37a87ff4&source =  
Lukos Portsmouth, , United States Full-Time
Jan 15, 2018
Stress Seminar Subject Matter Expert (SME) Requirements Support to Naval Special Warfare Center (NSWC)   Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC) requires the design, development and delivery of a comprehensive Stress Strategies presentation for inclusion in the Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Platoon Leaders Course.  The ability to operate, lead a team, and recognize and deal with symptoms of stress, chronic pain and repeated low grade traumatic brain injury (TBI) during prolonged hazardous assignments is a critical skill for NSW Platoon Leaders (E7 and O3, Company Grade Unit Leaders, average length of job experience 7-10 years). The SME shall develop and deliver a Stress Strategies presentation, integrated into the NSW Platoon Leaders Course, which provides students an understanding of 1) the underlying physiological impact of chronic pain, repeated low grade TBI, and operating in prolonged high stress environments, 2) techniques and strategies to lessen the impact of this environment, 3) NSW and Navy resources available for self and subordinates, and, 4) how to make mental medical consultations as acceptable as physical medical consultations.  Class size will vary from 25-40 students.  All students will be either E7 (Chief Petty Officers) or O3 (Lieutenants) from NSW SEAL or Special Boat Teams. SME shall provide the personnel, management and materials needed to conduct a two (2) Stress Strategies presentations.  Each presentation shall include 1.5 hours of instruction. SME shall instruct the Stress Strategies presentation.  SME(s) shall have expertise in NSW and Navy post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and TBI resources, extended leadership experience in NSW during periods with high levels of combat operations, and have the ability to explain the underlying physiological impact of stress, chronic pain and TBI. SME shall develop the learning objectives and proposed agenda for the Stress Strategies presentation.  Specific learning objectives shall include, but are not limited to: NSW and Navy resources available for self/subordinates Personal techniques and strategies to lessen impact of chronic pain, prolonged exposure to high stress environments and frequent low grade TBI events Physiological impact of prolonged exposure to high stress environments in self/subordinates Differences between Stoic and Emotional based decision making Making mental medical consultations as acceptable as physical medical consultations All discussion and presentations will be unclassified. The Government shall provide necessary classroom facilities to include the computers, projection systems, desks, chairs and whiteboards.  Anticipated seminar dates and locations are as follows: Location                                                         Quantity         Anticipated Dates Naval Amphibious Base Coronado, CA        1                       TBD Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek, VA    1                      TBD CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS: http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a78842b5c19d18b015c21550a227811&source =  
Lukos Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek, , United States Contractor
Jan 15, 2018
Negotiation Seminar Subject Matter Expert (SME) Requirements Support to Naval Special Warfare Center (NSWC)   The Negotiations Seminar will enable NSW Platoon Leaders to prepare and conduct the wide range of negotiation scenarios encountered when building partnerships with local populace, Host Nation Forces, conventional battlespace owners, U.S. Embassy personnel, and interagency or coalition partners, during overseas deployments.  Learning Objectives shall include effective strategies and tactics to build trust, confidence, commitment, and enduring relationships to expand global influence, access, and interoperability. Class size will vary from 25-40 students.  Student audience will be E7 (Chief Petty Officers) or O3 (Lieutenants) from NSW SEAL or Special Boat Teams. The Negotiations Seminar subject matter expert (SME) will develop the learning objectives and proposed agenda for the Negotiation Seminars. Specific learning objectives shall include, but are not limited to: Ability to prepare for negotiations in a variety of contexts Understanding potential and techniques of exploring all parties interests Techniques to build rapport in multi-party negotiations Methods to extend and build trust in negotiations Understand long term win/win or value added strategies versus short term objectives and concessions Techniques to build relationships, overcome cultural differences, explore perceptions and assumptions Dealing with hard bargainers or changing the focus to overcome obstacles Documenting agreements and continuing relationships Explanation of best alternative to a negotiated agreement (BATNA) The Negotiations Seminar SME shall utilize dynamic teaching techniques and practical exercises to provide students the conceptual basis for preparing, conducting and closing negotiations.  Agenda shall include multiple small team or individual practical exercises that allow students to put into practice the negotiation concepts taught.  Exercises must reiterate key learning objectives and should be NSW-specific, or easily transferable to NSW-specific scenarios (i.e.: when dealing with local populace, host nation forces, conventional battlespace owners, U.S. Embassy personnel, interagency and coalition partners).  The Negotiations Seminar SME shall ensure upon completion of the Negotiation Seminar, students possess the ability to prepare for a negotiation and conduct it using active negotiation skills that include preparation, exploring interests, developing options, understanding legitimate standards, developing alternatives, getting commitments, building relationships, and other critical negotiation communication techniques.  The Negotiations Seminar SME shall provide the students with a laminated negotiation guide for future reference.  At minimum, the guide shall contain an overview of:          Negotiation Preparations          Negotiation Process/Strategy          Negotiation Closing and Monitoring          A summary of key terms, concepts and learning objectives for future reference and use. All discussion and presentations will be unclassified The Negotiations Seminar SME shall conduct two (2) negotiation seminars.  Each seminar shall include eight (8) total hours of instruction with anticipated hours as follows: Seminar Day 1:  0800-1200 Seminar Day 2:  0800-1200   Anticipated seminar dates and locations are as follows:     Anticipated Dates Naval Amphibious Base Coronado, CA TBD Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek, VA TBD     CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS: http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a78842b5c19d18b015c214e17247001&source =  
Lukos Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek, , United States Contractor
Jan 15, 2018
Ethics Seminar Subject Matter Expert (SME) Requirements Support to Naval Special Warfare Center (NSWC)   The Ethics Seminar subject matter expert (SME) will develop and deliver an ethics seminar, integrated into the NSW Platoon Leaders Course, which provides students the background and frameworks to make ethical decisions under difficult circumstances. Class size will vary from 25-40 students.  Student audience will be E7 (Chief Petty Officers) or O3 (Lieutenants) from NSW SEAL or Special Boat Teams Each seminar shall include three (3) total hours of instruction. SME shall instruct the Ethics Seminars.  SME shall possess a PhD in Philosophy and have experience facilitating and developing military ethics curriculum at the undergraduate or graduate level at military education institutions. SME shall develop the learning objectives and proposed agenda for the Ethics Seminar.  Specific learning objectives shall include, but are not limited to: DISTINGUISH between loyalty and ethics. UNDERSTAND and APPLY five philosophical lenses to hypothetical ethical dilemmas. Aristotelian Mean Social Contract Consequential/Utilitarian Principled Golden Rule ASSESS the consequences of making ethical decisions. PRODUCE articulate ethical judgments through practice in hypothetical case studies. USE a systematic approach to choose between two seemingly right or wrong courses of action. APPLY Kidder’s Nine Steps to resolve ethical dilemmas.   SME shall utilize dynamic teaching techniques and practical exercises to provide students the conceptual basis for making difficult ethical decision and understanding the consequences associated with that decision.  Agenda shall include multiple small team or individual practical exercises that allow students to put into practice the ethical concepts taught.  Exercises must reiterate key learning objectives and should be military or special operations specific, or easily transferable to military of special operations decisions.   SME shall ensure upon completion of the Ethics Seminar, students possess the tools to prepare for difficult ethical decisions.  The Government will provide students with a post-seminar critique survey.  Survey results will be provided to the contractor for feedback and seminar improvement/modification as necessary. SME shall provide the students with a laminated ethics guide for future reference.  At minimum the guide shall contain an overview of: A summary of the 5 ethical lenses A summary of Kidder’s Nine Steps to resolve ethical dilemmas   All discussion and presentations will be unclassified. Anticipated seminar dates and locations are as follows: Location Anticipated Dates Naval Amphibious Base Coronado, CA 8 Jun 2017 Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek, VA 27 Jul 2017 CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS: http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a7880665bc77a67015bee8bb7714708&source =  
Lukos Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek, , United States Contractor
Jan 15, 2018
Role Player: Host Nation Forces Operator / OPFOR   ****** Contractor ******     Position: Role Player: Host Nation Forces (HNF) Operator / OPFOR   Location: Gulfport, MS Area   Dates: 10/29/17 - 11/11/17                              Job Description:   This is a 14-day contract position supporting United States Special Operations Forces (USSOF) unit readiness exercises (URX).  Role-player will provide corresponding requirement capability during unique scenarios for the success of the URX.   Job Requirements: Requirements: The individual must be:   Prior active duty military and served minimum four years. Trained in basic small unit infantry tactics and formations. Trained in mounting and dismounting tactical vehicles. Trained in tactical fire and maneuver. Trained in amphibious operations. Trained in heli-borne operations. Trained in basic military operations in urban terrain/ close quarter battle building entries (cross entry of rooms and buttonhook techniques). Able to complete a forced march of 10 kilometers in three (3) hours with weapon, helmet and body armor at 3,000 feet altitude and in temperatures of up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Able to pass a national agency check (NAC) and travel to a biometric enrollment facility.    Equipment:  Role-player will provide their own military type footwear, a black/green/tan, small to medium sized pack or rucksack, and canteens or Nalgene bottles. All other equipment will be provided as required for the success of the URX. CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS: http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a78818c5e74a1c2015e7c4e49e30d39&source =     Benefits:   Commensurate with experience $250 - $300 per day; lodging will be a mix of BOQ & hard stand barracks, per diem on travel days only. Military rations will be provided during the exercise. Transportation to/from training area will be reimbursed at the economy class rate only.  NOTE: This is a W-2 short-time employment/payment for services per IRS tax laws.  
Lukos Gulfport, , United States Contractor
Jan 15, 2018
DCM SME   *******Contractor Position*******     Job Description:   This is an episodic contract position supporting a Special Operations Forces (SOF) unit readiness exercises (URX).  SME will provide subject matter expertise as a role player associated with scripted scenarios for the success of the URX.   Benefits:   Pay commensurate with experience plus per diem to/from-in/around the URX.   Job Requirements:   Position: Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) Subject Matter Expert (SME) Location : Gulfport, MS Area Dates: 16-22 Nov 17 & 30 Oct-5 Nov 17 Qualifications : The individual must have filled the position of a former U.S. deputy chief of mission (DCM). The DCM is the number-two diplomat assigned to an embassy or other diplomatic mission. He or she is usually considered the second-in-command or top lieutenant to the head of mission (usually an ambassador). DCMs serve as chargé d'affaires (that is, as acting chief of mission) when the titular head of mission is outside of the host country or when the post is vacant. Must have experience in Southeast Asia, Middle East, or African regions Active Secret Clearance in JPAS U.S. Divers License CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS: http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7882675088960201508c22221101a5&id=8a78818c5e7eb979015e830871114e5b&source =  
Lukos Gulfport, , United States Contractor