Corps Solutions

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Corps Solutions provides industry-leading training and education services to prepare U.S. national security stakeholders to thrive in complex operational environments.

Working At CSI

Corps Solutions is a professional services organization and as such, the knowledge, skills, and most importantly, talents of our staff define the overall quality and success of our organization. Our policy is to provide all full-time and part-time employees with an attractive benefits package which is both competitive and comprehensive in scope. This package has facilitated our corporate goal of recruiting and retaining the most qualified personnel.

Core Values

  • People. We are defined by the people we hire and by how well we take care of our clients and each other. We are a partnership where each employee is expected to contribute to the greater good of the company and in return shall share in the success which their work made possible. We are committed to developing leaders and managers from within.

  • Integrity. We are resolute in demonstrating our integrity in our words and deeds. We demonstrate our integrity by conducting business ethically, putting the customer's best interests first, always accomplishing the mission, and delivering on all of our promises.

  • Value. We provide value to our customers by delivering consistent, high-quality services and products while maintaining competitive prices. We do this by hiring employees who share our values and sense of purpose, through continuous process improvement and quality management, and by keeping our organization lean.

Aug 15, 2019
The DVTE Specialist is responsible for the interpretation, design and development of a simulated exercise(s) utilizing the DVTE suite of programs, including replacement programs (e.g. ECOSIM), and the proper federation of those programs with other simulations and the Command and Control (C2) systems. The DVTE Specialist administers first person shooter and 3D high resolution models accurately depicting indigenes populations, culture and political leaders, key leader engagements, insurgents, and all aspects of small unit expeditionary, offensive, defensive, and stability operations. Additionally, the DVTE Specialist advances research and development of model and simulation (M&S) system through iterative and close coordination with Marine Training Simulation Division (MTSD), civilian vendors, adjacent services, and the Joint Forces Command. The DVTE Specialist collect training objectives, scenario scripts, and other exercise information from the MCTOG staff, exercise planners, and simulation members to develop the high resolution simulated vignettes that exercise Regiment, Battalion, Company and Platoon actions, COC processes, and decisions. Accordingly, the DVTE Specialist provides subject matter expertise (SME) in the GENSIM, JSAF, Night Vision Lab, ECO SIM, and emerging high resolution simulations employed by MCTOG. The DVTE Specialist shall: Provide subject matter expertise for integrating Tactical Decision Making Simulations (TDS’s) and other High Fidelity / Three Dimensional Simulations (HF3D) models and training capabilities into unit and formal school training programs. Operate and provide instruction on various HF3D simulations with respect to maneuver, aviation, fires, logistics, and intelligence operations (This includes language, cultural, and other individual training simulations). Assist and train designated personnel to set up the HF3D simulation suite, develop scenarios, run the OPFOR, and control entities in the virtual environment. Determine which HF3D model, simulation, or software best supports Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP’s) and training objectives identified by the training audience, and make appropriate recommendations. Conduct pre-event tests and evaluation of supporting databases, and parametric data. Translate (input) real world civilian, law enforcement and emergency response teams, non- combatant, Non-Government Organizations (NGO’s), enemy combatants, friendly force structures, and designated exercise terrain into the simulation database to support an exercise or series of training events. Translate military operations orders in simulation databases. Assist in collecting information from HF3D scenarios and training classes for After Action Reviews. Provide feedback to exercise participants on their training and conducts post-event critique and analysis employing various after action review systems. Assist in reviewing classified material and recommend a lesser classification for use in events, models, simulations, demonstrations, reports, and/or briefings. QUALIFICATIONS Civilian Education: Bachelor's degree preferred; with a major in history, management, military science, political science, or equivalent area.  Military Education: Minimum three years experience in military training and education. Completion of a military level career school preferred, officer or NCO.  Operational Experience: Minimum three years demonstrated knowledge of military doctrine, tactics, and command relationships at the battalion/regiment or MAGTF command level. Minimum five years operational experience in military operations. Direct participation in real world operations desired.  Modeling and Simulation Experience: Minimum experience two years in DOD modeling and simulation events desired. Minimum two years conducting MAGTF exercises or joint/combined exercise analysis efforts desired. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Shall possess or be eligible for a security clearance CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://corpssolutions.catsone.com/careers/39823-General/jobs/12538604-Deployable-Virtual-Training-Environment-Simulation-DVTE-Analyst   Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions Camp Lejeune, NC, USA Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
he Researcher with the qualifications below will support the Center for Advanced Operational Cultural Learning (CAOCL) in Quantico, VA.  CAOCL is the U.S. Marine Corps Center for Excellence for operational culture and language and has established an interdisciplinary research group to broaden the USMC’s capacity to conduct research and provide advice on a range of social science topics including but not limited to cross-cultural competence. The research group conducts translational research, emphasizing collaboration with Marines in research design, execution, and outcomes.  Translational research combines scholarly rigor with the need for results to be timely, relevant, and accessible to Marines. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Duties will include on the impact of culture training and educational efforts in terms of theories of how, when, and why to assess such programs, best methodological practices given those theories, and presentation of alternative approaches to CAOCL leadership that are sensitive to the culture of the Marine Corps and fit within operational demands. Duties also include producing both applied and scholarly materials, conducting outreach within and beyond DoD, supporting CAOCL's training, education, and operational support missions, and participating in the planning, running, and content of conferences and meetings. Research group personnel must be able to present to diverse audiences, including, but not limited to Marines of all ranks, senior government leaders, scholarly audiences and international partners. Other duties as assigned.  EDUCATION PhD (with dissertation) from an accredited program in one of the following fields: Cultural Anthropology, Cultural Geography, Sociology, Social Psychology, Cross-Cultural Psychology or Development Studies. PhD is waiverable with commensurate experience. Track record of publication in peer-reviewed journals or presses. EXPERIENCE/CORE SKILLS/COMPETENCIES Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities A strong track record of research competence, including extended field research, in the specified region in at least one of the following topics: Corruption and/or cultural aspects of exchange/economies. Cultural aspects of conflict, warfare, the military, and/or conflict resolution Development trends and issues Diasporic issues Emerging religious trends Law and concepts of justice Linguistics Local impacts of globalization Migration Rural issues, especially security implications of trends Security cooperation Social movements or revitalization movements Social networks Transnational threats Transnational or sub national groups and networks Urbanization - impact on demographic and socio-cultural patters, security implications Water and other environmental issues Demonstrated competence in one or more of the languages of the region. Demonstrated teaching excellence. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to meet deadlines and adjust work plans to support CAOCL's response to USMC requirements. Ability to travel. ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Research group personnel must be capable of close collaboration with Marines, other practitioners, and an interdisciplinary team. Candidates who have worked in inter-disciplinary or practitioner-focused settings are strongly preferred as are candidates with direct experience in assessing training and education efforts.  Research group personnel must be able to translate the theories of their disciplines into practical solutions for the complex cultural challenges facing Marines today and in the future.  Candidates who have conducted applied work in their field of study are strongly preferred.  Research group personnel are expected to maintain and build ties to their scholarly community, as well as within government. Candidates whose activities, such as conference presentations, service in professional Organizations, or collaborative projects, indicate active networks of colleagues are strongly preferred.  Research group personnel work in a multi-cultural environment and build materials to assist Marines with cross-cultural interactions. Candidates who have significant experience living and working with other culture groups, through extended fieldwork, volunteering, or employment, are strongly preferred. WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS Ability to obtain or have a security clearance Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions Quantico, VA, United States Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
At EWTGPAC, the N35 TACAIR Division requirement is for contractor services to provide instruction and training in the joint tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP's) used for controlling and integrating the broad spectrum of fire support and air power available to the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) and the Joint Task Force (JT'F) Commanders. This includes training, qualification and designation of Joint Service Members as Battalion Air Officers (AOs), Forward Air Controllers (FAC), Joint Terminal Attack Controllers (JTAC), Joint Fires Observers (JFO), and Forward Air Controllers Airborne (FACA) personnel. Additionally, there is a requirement for a contractor to operate and facilitate instruction in the Multi-purpose Supporting Arms Trainer (MSAT), the Deployable Virtual Training Environment (DVTE) and associated C2 Systems.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Operate the MSAT, conducting tactical level simulation in the MSAT to support AO, FAC, JTAC, FAC (A), and JFO training as stated in the JCAS AP MOA 2004-01, USMC TACP T&R, and TACP and JFO Programs of Instruction (POIs). Task will be accomplished daily during TACP execution; JFO; Fire Support Man; NGLO. Develop and conduct simulated and practical exercises to support Joint and Service-specific fires exercises (live and synthetic); assisting the instructional staff in providing JTAC/FAC/AO/JFO /FSCC/SACC Instruction and evaluation during live fire exercises, and providing classroom instruction in joint and service specific fires. (Note: Contractor will be required to maintain required currency as a JTAC (I) and JFO (I) in accordance with JCAS AP MOA.) Configure the multi-purpose supporting arms trainer (MSAT) for daily operations during course convenings, start-up, shut-down, day and night operations; configure other device (DVTE) and support interfaces and test systems, in accordance with government furnished test plans. Conduct operational check of each trainer system prior to daily mission execution: radio communication, system connectivity, entity performance, calls for fire, laser system designator, Infrared pointer, Strike link, and video downlink. Develop synthetic launch configurations, and debug computing environments for MSAT and DVTE prior to every training events in the MSAT and DVTE. Manage the “model and simulation” consoles and C2 interfaces for the MSAT and DVTE during “hands-on” training events to provide multi-dimensional tactical information that will foster decision making by students in a synthetic environment. This task must be completed daily during course convenings that utilize the MSAT. Serve as a role player to conduct synthetic training and role-play for notional units/staff to include rotary wing and fixed wing CAS and FAC (A) assets, UAS ISR and CAS assets, indirect fire assets, fire support coordination positions and command and control entities, utilizing standard joint operational procedures and doctrine. Role play will include interacting with students through appropriate C2 systems during practical application training events. Conduct post training analysis of training devices fidelity and functionality, documenting deficiencies at the conclusion of each synthetic training event, and providing feedback to the instructor staff via verbal and written debriefs (daily during execution of synthetic training events). Maintain DVTE baseline configurations, configuring DVTE to support new training objectives (such as establishing a close communication net and providing a “voice-over” IP communication setup). Maintain updated entity and geography database for the associated fires training devices monthly. This includes review and update to parameters of and specification changes to weapons, platforms and geography in the database; oversight of additions, deletions and changes to database entities, detailed testing of new entities prior to inclusion in training. Maintain M&S System Upgrades quarterly to include: identifying shortfalls in the current visual database, JSAF entity behavior, and IOS discrepancy reports, providing flight profiles to programmers to fix shortfalls and inaccurate model behavior. Maintain Digital Aided Close Air Support Systems, maintaining imagery database for digital planning programs (KILSWITCH, A-PASS) and Android support for managing each system and providing instruction in Strike Link TTPs during each course convening. Provide JTAC/FAC/AO/JFO/FSCC/ SACC instructions, from tactical level training for students (weekly during course convenings) to advanced M&S training for instructors (performed quarterly). EDUCATION Bachelor’s degree required Master’s degree preferred. EXPERIENCE Must possess extensive USN/USMC instructor knowledge based on a background which includes one or more of the following instructor certifications/designations; FAC/JTAC Instructor, FAC/JT AC Evaluator, TACP Instructor, FAC (A) instructor, Air Combat Tactics Instructor (ACTI), WTI/TOP GUN Graduate, Night Systems Instructor (NSI), Fleet Readiness Squadron (FRS) Instructor. Must have performed as an FAC/JTAC Instructor while serving on active duty as required in JCAS AP MOA 2004-01. Must have performed as a Fixed Rotary Wing Naval Aviator and Joint Terminal Attack Controller with a minimum of one year in operational experience in Close Air Support as required in JCAS AP MOA 2004-01 and USMC TACP T&R. Must possess at least one of the following USN/USMC instructor certifications/ designations: FAC (A) Instructor, Air Combat Tactics Instructor (ACTI), WTI/TOP GUN Graduate, Night Systems Instructor (NSI), or Fleet Readiness Squadron (FRS) Instructor. Must have recent and extensive operating and technical knowledge on current version of MSAT/SAVT. Must show documented system operation time to include system configuration, setup, and integration of C2 support systems as required in JCAS AP MOA 2004-01. Must have recent experience and sound operating and technical knowledge of current Combined Arms Network (CAN) DVTE system. CORE SKILLS/COMPETENCIES Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Team Player willing to fill sandbags to help the organization accomplish their mission. Excellent organizational, planning, and prioritization skills in support of rapidly changing scheduling and staffing. Excellent interpersonal skills. WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus. Required travel 5-10% Position expected to start o/a 1 October 2019 CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://crm.zoho.com/crm/org660197060/tab/Accounts/2982157000000252939 Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions Coronado, CA Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
t EWTGPAC, the Academics Department (N9) requirement is for contractor services to provide expertise and advisement in all things related to Expeditionary/Amphibious Warfare education and training to include: course/curriculum design and development, curriculum maintenance of Staff Planning and Fires Continuum, training systems and training management support, instructor development and evaluation, and in-service training across a diverse and complex training environment. The service obtained will result in the development of basic to advanced curricula in conformance with the Navy's NAVEDTRA series 130, 135C, and 134B, and the Marine Corps' Systems Approach to Training (SAT) Manual and MCO 1553 .2B.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Develop and update curriculum (make changes and revisions; performed daily) for Expeditionary Logistics, Expeditionary Fires, Fires Support Man Pipeline, Tactical Air and Joint Fires Programs of Instruction. Curriculum is developed and maintained daily following standards established in USMC Systems Approach to Training (SAT) Users Guide and USMC 1553.2 (series), the NAVEDTRA series 130-137, and locally prepared instructions that are stored in the Academics Library and on the command’s shared drive. Use on-line/web-based Authoring tools in the development and revision of curriculum: Authoring Instructional Material (AIM II) and the Marine Corps Training Information Management System (MCTIMS) daily to produce Master Lesson Files that include objectives, lesson guides that are sequenced by objectives, student guides, media that is used in the classroom, tests that measure student’s knowledge and performance, and supporting “Front Matter” and reference material. Review existing and develop new instructional media products that are aligned with lesson topics and course content (as directed by COR; no less than monthly). Provide recommended updates to existing media and develop new media to support Master lesson files through interaction with Course Chiefs and Course Managers. Media products may include: items created using any MS Office software, video, and visual aids using common office supplies. Review existing and develop course test banks for alignment of tests with course content and objectives. Provide recommended updates to existing tests and development of new test questions for inclusion into Master Lesson Files through interaction with Course Chiefs and Course Managers. Review and develop course control documents/curriculum front matter, making recommendations to the Government Instructional System Specialist(s) on changes to content based on new Training and Readiness (T&R) standards and changes to equipment/training devices and course content for Expeditionary Fires courses. Provide monthly, quarterly, and “by-request” training to the Instructor staff on the procedures for curriculum development, and the review and update of existing “Fires” training curriculum as directed by the Government Academic Instructional System Specialists. Training may be one-on-one for new instructors or in large group settings. Training topics will include curriculum development, curriculum maintenance, instructor certification/qualification, and how to use AIMII and MCTIMS systems. Review training metrics (course attrition, “no-shows”, student throughput, course utilization, graduation rates) for all fires courses of instruction, making recommendations on trends (positive and negative) to the Instructional System Specialists (s) for inclusion into quarterly command “production” reports and weekly SITREP reports to higher headquarters. These metrics shall be updated in Excel spreadsheet and Word Document formats located in the Academics (N9) library. Participate in the assessment of new Instructor's performance for Instructor certification purpose; submit observation result and recommendations to the Academic Instructional System Specialists for consideration in the EWTGP certification decision. Enter certification decision result into the Academic database located in the N9 Library; performed weekly. Governing publications: NAVEDTRA 130 Series and US Marine Corps 1553.2 Series. Review student critiques and “After Instruction Reports” (AIRs) and make recommendations on possible training solutions to items noted. These items include: student feedback on training effectiveness, safety, administration, course materials and training aids. Provide assistance to the Academic Instructional System Specialist(s) at Navy Formal Course Reviews (FCR) and Quarterly at Marine Corps Course Content Review Boards (CCRBs), making recommendations on revisions to curriculum under review. Enter action items into the Formal Course Review database located in the Academic Library; performed monthly.   EDUCATION Bachelor’s degree required Master’s degree preferred. EXPERIENCE Must possess extensive USN/USMC instructor knowledge based on a background which includes graduation from the Navy and Marine Corps basic instructor courses and curriculum development courses; and must have extensive experience working with curriculum in an integrated Navy/Marine Corps training environment. Must have performed as an Instructor with Expeditionary/Joint Fires experience with the following specialized experience: Curriculum Developer, Curriculum Administrator, Senior/Master Instructor. Must have experience in entering curriculum and revisions into the Authoring Instructional Material (AIM) and the Marine Corps Training Instructional Management System (MCTIMS) authoring systems. Must have experience in training instructors in the use of command directed authoring systems (AIM/MCTIMS). Must have experience in entering data and run reports from Navy and Marine Corps training database CeTARs. CORE SKILLS/COMPETENCIES Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Team Player willing to fill sandbags to help the organization accomplish their mission. Excellent organizational, planning, and prioritization skills in support of rapidly changing scheduling and staffing. Excellent interpersonal skills. WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus. Required travel 5-10% Position expected to start o/a 1 October 2019 CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: http://corpssolutions.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=11869018 Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions CORONADO, CA Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
Location: Quantico, VA, United States   The Systems Engineer reports to and receives work direction derivatives from the Project Manager. The Systems Engineer will perform the following duties: ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Provide installation, operation, and maintenance of the programs or projects of record. Planning, preparation, and execution of designated training events. Administers, deploys, manages, monitors, upgrades, migrates, and designs a VMware vSphere 6.0 virtualized Active Directory environment consisting of Windows Server 2012 R2 VMs and Windows 10 Enterprise clients to support day-to-day operations and deployed events to include installing and deploying servers. Manages Exchange Server infrastructure, conducts server upgrades, plans and implements disaster recovery solutions, and monitors and maintains the messaging system. Designs and deploys STIG policies and remediates security vulnerabilities of the Active Directory, Windows Server, and Windows 10 environment. Designs and deploys Windows Server and Exchange Server availability and recovery. Designs and deploys messaging compliance, system monitoring, and reporting. Assist in the upgrade planning and execution to Microsoft Exchange 2013 or other future software release updates as directed by the Government. Designs, integrates, maintains, and troubleshoots Microsoft Structure Query Language (SQL) 2012 R2 database instances in the enterprise computing environment to support day-to-day operations and during deployed events. Administers, manages, configures, deploys, and patches Windows based systems via System Center Configuration Manager 2012 (SCCM 2012). Installs, maintains, and administers DoD Public Key Infrastructure Cryptographic Logon (CLO) services on MSTP Non-classified Internet Protocol Router Network NIPRNET and Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET). Ensures anonymity is denied to the maximum extent possible. Maintains operations by ensuring that “Temporary Exception Users” are not denied access to systems due to a users’ inability to obtain or use a PKI hardware token. Assesses and manages risks associated with information technology resources. Evaluates threats, risks, and vulnerabilities and develops countermeasures to ensure continuation in the event of an IT services disruption. Develops, maintains, and conducts quarterly validation of MSTP disaster recovery plans. Designs and maintains accurate documentation on MSTP server topology diagrams Perform other related duties incidental to the work described EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE Associate’s degree in an IT discipline to include Computer Science or MIS. In lieu of an Associate’s Degree, at least eight to ten+ years of experience in a professional IT-related role. Microsoft Certified System Administrator (MCSA) or Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE). VMWare Certified Associate (VCA) desired. At least six years of related work experience in IT, which should include successful experience as an enterprise team member or lead. DoD 8570 IAT Level II Compliant Required – Current CompTIA Security+ CE Certification including a minimum of one valid computing environment certification (i.e. MS Windows Server 2012 R2 Cert, MS Windows 10 cert, a VMware 6.0 Cert). CORE SKILLS/COMPETENCIES Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities System Experience Required: MS Active Directory environments, Windows Server and Client environments, and VMWare vSphere environments. Documented experience and solid understanding of DoD enterprise network policies with a strong security mindset. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to interact with others and senior management. Able to read, write, and communicate effectively in English.  Able to design and write clear communications and present training programs. Strong analytical and problem solving skills Excellent organizational, planning and prioritization skills WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus Daily travel in local area during work day (including use of personal vehicle) SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS Secret security clearance required Requires 0% - 5% travel CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: http://corpssolutions.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=12040159 Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions Quantico, VA, United States Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
The DVTE Specialist is responsible for the interpretation, design and development of a simulated exercise(s) utilizing the DVTE suite of programs, including replacement programs (e.g. ECOSIM), and the proper federation of those programs with other simulations and the Command and Control (C2) systems. The DVTE Specialist administers first person shooter and 3D high resolution models accurately depicting indigenes populations, culture and political leaders, key leader engagements, insurgents, and all aspects of small unit expeditionary, offensive, defensive, and stability operations. Additionally, the DVTE Specialist advances research and development of model and simulation (M&S) system through iterative and close coordination with Marine Training Simulation Division (MTSD), civilian vendors, adjacent services, and the Joint Forces Command. The DVTE Specialist collect training objectives, scenario scripts, and other exercise information from the MCTOG staff, exercise planners, and simulation members to develop the high resolution simulated vignettes that exercise Regiment, Battalion, Company and Platoon actions, COC processes, and decisions. Accordingly, the DVTE Specialist provides subject matter expertise (SME) in the GENSIM, JSAF, Night Vision Lab, ECO SIM, and emerging high resolution simulations employed by MCTOG. The DVTE Specialist shall: Provide subject matter expertise for integrating Tactical Decision Making Simulations (TDS’s) and other High Fidelity / Three Dimensional Simulations (HF3D) models and training capabilities into unit and formal school training programs. Operate and provide instruction on various HF3D simulations with respect to maneuver, aviation, fires, logistics, and intelligence operations (This includes language, cultural, and other individual training simulations). Assist and train designated personnel to set up the HF3D simulation suite, develop scenarios, run the OPFOR, and control entities in the virtual environment. Determine which HF3D model, simulation, or software best supports Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP’s) and training objectives identified by the training audience, and make appropriate recommendations. Conduct pre-event tests and evaluation of supporting databases, and parametric data. Translate (input) real world civilian, law enforcement and emergency response teams, non- combatant, Non-Government Organizations (NGO’s), enemy combatants, friendly force structures, and designated exercise terrain into the simulation database to support an exercise or series of training events. Translate military operations orders in simulation databases. Assist in collecting information from HF3D scenarios and training classes for After Action Reviews. Provide feedback to exercise participants on their training and conducts post-event critique and analysis employing various after action review systems. Assist in reviewing classified material and recommend a lesser classification for use in events, models, simulations, demonstrations, reports, and/or briefings. QUALIFICATIONS Civilian Education: Bachelor's degree preferred; with a major in history, management, military science, political science, or equivalent area.  Military Education: Minimum three years experience in military training and education. Completion of a military level career school preferred, officer or NCO.  Operational Experience: Minimum three years demonstrated knowledge of military doctrine, tactics, and command relationships at the battalion/regiment or MAGTF command level. Minimum five years operational experience in military operations. Direct participation in real world operations desired.  Modeling and Simulation Experience: Minimum experience two years in DOD modeling and simulation events desired. Minimum two years conducting MAGTF exercises or joint/combined exercise analysis efforts desired. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Shall possess or be eligible for a security clearance CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs?clientkey=36F789F3A540B36B502891BF80E0CEA7&jpt   Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions 29 Palms, CA, United States Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
The Modeling and Simulation Analyst reports to and receives work direction derivatives from the Project Manager and the MTSS site lead. The Modeling and Simulation Analyst will perform the following duties: ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Participate in various exercise concept development, planning and curriculum review conferences. Participate in and conducts reviews and structured walk-through of simulation events and training, operation orders and plans, and information gathering requirements.  Project management of entire exercise cycle from start to finish and provide, document, and archive after action reviews and lessons learned. Coordinate with command and staff leadership to develop and implement training objectives. Participate in and conducts reviews and structured walk-through of simulation events and training, operation orders and plans, and information gathering requirements.  Operate, provide instruction, and maintain various training to simulation models with respect to maneuver, aviation, fires, logistics, and intelligence operations with respect to billet assignment, and contractor’s personal military background.  Study classified material and sanitizes to a lesser classification level for entry into a model, simulation or report.  Provide analysis of a functional area (e.g., aviation, ground combat, command and control, combat service support, intelligence, and opposing forces) and identify strengths and weaknesses as they occur during a simulation-supported event.  Conduct research and command coordination to ensure currency in composition, disposition and strength of military forces for a model/simulation.  Provide analysis of emergent trends, tactics, and techniques for scenario development. Replicate real world or fictional enemy and friendly force structures into an exercise simulation database. Edit doctrinal manuscripts, analyzes problem areas, and postulate feasible solutions for simulation and training events. Create audience scaled training based on billets and or training objectives. Maintain and revise training based on software upgrades. Review and test simulation software providing pertinent feedback to software developers Provide analysis during exercises and attends conferences and meetings at both the resident site and other locations off-site.  Assists in reviewing classified material and recommends a lesser classification for use in events, models simulations, demonstrations, reports, and/or briefings.  As new simulation models or upgrades to current simulation models are introduced, the M&S section is required to train; operate, maintain the functional areas of the new model or upgrade.  Provide analysis of simulation technologies against stated requirements.  This includes drafting test plans, conducting tests, publishing test results, and maintaining and archiving of simulation based training scenarios including organizational databases, tactics, weapon system capabilities, doctrine, and force structures for use in preparation of strategic or tactical exercises.  Document the salient properties of the system(s) being evaluated and their relevance to Marine Corps or Joint training.  Translate operations orders into simulation databases.  Conduct pre-event tests and evaluation of supporting databases, and parametric data.  Conduct post-event critique and analysis employing various after action review systems. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described. EDUCATION Civilian Education. Bachelor's degree in operations research, management, military science, political science or equivalent area desired or minimum three years-experience in military training and education required Military Education. Minimum three years-experience in military training and education. Attendance at Intermediate Level School such as Marine Corps CSC or completion of equivalent nonresident course is preferred. Formal Schools Instructors Course EXPERIENCE Minimum five years operational experience in maneuver, aviation, fires, logistics, or intelligence operations.  Minimum three years demonstrated knowledge of military doctrine, tactics, and command relationships at MAGTF or joint/combined command level as measured by actual operational force employment experience.  Minimum three years of experience participating in and conducting exercises or analysis efforts.  Direct participation in real world operation is desired.  Modeling and Simulation Experience . Minimum three years of experience in DOD modeling and simulation, and have previous experience with MTWS, and other simulation models such as CACCTUS, DVTE, JCATS, JSAF, OneSAF, CBS, or JTLS. CORE SKILLS/COMPETENCIES Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Strong communication and presentation skills. Able to read, write, and communicate effectively in English.  Able to design and write clear communications and present training programs. Strong analytical and problem solving skills Excellent organizational, planning and prioritization skills Excellent interpersonal skills C4I and technical competencies WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus Daily travel in local area during work day (including use of personal vehicle) Extended work days and weekend work may be required. SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS Ability to obtain or have a security clearance Requires 0% - 25% travel CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: http://corpssolutions.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=12137108 Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions 29 Palms, CA, United States Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
The Modeling and Simulation Analyst reports to and receives work direction derivatives from the Project Manager and the MTSS site lead. The Modeling and Simulation Analyst will perform the following duties: ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Participate in various exercise concept development, planning and curriculum review conferences. Participate in and conducts reviews and structured walk-through of simulation events and training, operation orders and plans, and information gathering requirements.  Project management of entire exercise cycle from start to finish and provide, document, and archive after action reviews and lessons learned. Coordinate with command and staff leadership to develop and implement training objectives. Participate in and conducts reviews and structured walk-through of simulation events and training, operation orders and plans, and information gathering requirements.  Operate, provide instruction, and maintain various training to simulation models with respect to maneuver, aviation, fires, logistics, and intelligence operations with respect to billet assignment, and contractor’s personal military background.  Study classified material and sanitizes to a lesser classification level for entry into a model, simulation or report.  Provide analysis of a functional area (e.g., aviation, ground combat, command and control, combat service support, intelligence, and opposing forces) and identify strengths and weaknesses as they occur during a simulation-supported event.  Conduct research and command coordination to ensure currency in composition, disposition and strength of military forces for a model/simulation.  Provide analysis of emergent trends, tactics, and techniques for scenario development. Replicate real world or fictional enemy and friendly force structures into an exercise simulation database. Edit doctrinal manuscripts, analyzes problem areas, and postulate feasible solutions for simulation and training events. Create audience scaled training based on billets and or training objectives. Maintain and revise training based on software upgrades. Review and test simulation software providing pertinent feedback to software developers Provide analysis during exercises and attends conferences and meetings at both the resident site and other locations off-site.  Assists in reviewing classified material and recommends a lesser classification for use in events, models simulations, demonstrations, reports, and/or briefings.  As new simulation models or upgrades to current simulation models are introduced, the M&S section is required to train; operate, maintain the functional areas of the new model or upgrade.  Provide analysis of simulation technologies against stated requirements.  This includes drafting test plans, conducting tests, publishing test results, and maintaining and archiving of simulation based training scenarios including organizational databases, tactics, weapon system capabilities, doctrine, and force structures for use in preparation of strategic or tactical exercises.  Document the salient properties of the system(s) being evaluated and their relevance to Marine Corps or Joint training.  Translate operations orders into simulation databases.  Conduct pre-event tests and evaluation of supporting databases, and parametric data.  Conduct post-event critique and analysis employing various after action review systems. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described. EDUCATION Civilian Education. Bachelor's degree in operations research, management, military science, political science or equivalent area desired or minimum three years-experience in military training and education required Military Education. Minimum three years-experience in military training and education. Attendance at Intermediate Level School such as Marine Corps CSC or completion of equivalent nonresident course is preferred. Formal Schools Instructors Course EXPERIENCE Minimum five years operational experience in maneuver, aviation, fires, logistics, or intelligence operations.  Minimum three years demonstrated knowledge of military doctrine, tactics, and command relationships at MAGTF or joint/combined command level as measured by actual operational force employment experience.  Minimum three years of experience participating in and conducting exercises or analysis efforts.  Direct participation in real world operation is desired.  Modeling and Simulation Experience . Minimum three years of experience in DOD modeling and simulation, and have previous experience with MTWS, and other simulation models such as CACCTUS, DVTE, JCATS, JSAF, OneSAF, CBS, or JTLS. CORE SKILLS/COMPETENCIES Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Strong communication and presentation skills. Able to read, write, and communicate effectively in English.  Able to design and write clear communications and present training programs. Strong analytical and problem solving skills Excellent organizational, planning and prioritization skills Excellent interpersonal skills C4I and technical competencies WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus Daily travel in local area during work day (including use of personal vehicle) Extended work days and weekend work may be required. SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS Ability to obtain or have a security clearance Requires 0% - 25% travel CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: http://corpssolutions.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=12137144 Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions OKINAWA Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
The Combined Arms Command and Control Upgrade System (CACCTUS) Simulation Analyst reports to and receives work direction derivatives from the Project Manager and the MTSS site lead. The CACCTUS Simulation Analyst will perform the following duties: ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Participate in various exercise concept development, planning and curriculum review conferences. Participate in and conducts reviews and structured walk-through of simulation events and training, operation orders and plans, and information gathering requirements.  Project management of entire exercise cycle from start to finish and provide, document, and archive after action reviews and lessons learned. Coordinate with command and staff leadership to develop and implement training objectives. Participate in and conducts reviews and structured walk-through of simulation events and training, operation orders and plans, and information gathering requirements.  Operate, provide instruction, and maintain various training to simulation models in the CAST Trainer to help train organizations in C2 and Fires related activities. Study classified material and sanitizes to a lesser classification level for entry into a model, simulation or report.  Conduct research and command coordination to ensure currency in composition, disposition and strength of military forces for a model/simulation.  Provide analysis of emergent trends, tactics, and techniques for scenario development. Create audience scaled training based on billets and or training objectives. Maintain and revise training based on software upgrades. Review and test simulation software providing pertinent feedback to software developers Provide analysis during exercises and attends conferences and meetings at both the resident site and other locations off-site.  Assists in reviewing classified material and recommends a lesser classification for use in events, models simulations, demonstrations, reports, and/or briefings.  As new simulation models or upgrades to current simulation models are introduced, the M&S section is required to train; operate, maintain the functional areas of the new model or upgrade.  Provide analysis of simulation technologies against stated requirements.  This includes drafting test plans, conducting tests, publishing test results, and maintaining and archiving of simulation based training scenarios including organizational databases, tactics, weapon system capabilities, doctrine, and force structures for use in preparation of strategic or tactical exercises.  Document the salient properties of the system(s) being evaluated and their relevance to Marine Corps or Joint training.  Conduct pre-event tests and evaluation of supporting databases, and parametric data.  Conduct post-event critique and analysis employing various after action review systems. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described. EDUCATION Civilian Education. Bachelor's degree in operations research, management, military science, political science or equivalent area desired or minimum three years-experience in military training and education required Military Education. Minimum three years-experience in military training and education. Attendance at Career Level School such as Marine Corps Expeditionary Warfare School or completion of equivalent nonresident course is preferred. Formal Schools Instructors Course EXPERIENCE Minimum five years operational experience in aviation or fires. Minimum three years demonstrated knowledge of military doctrine, tactics, and command relationships at MAGTF or joint/combined command level as measured by actual operational force employment experience.  Minimum three years of experience participating in and conducting exercises or analysis efforts.  Direct participation in real world operation is desired.  Modeling and Simulation Experience . Minimum three years of experience in DOD modeling and simulation, and have previous experience with CACCTUS, and other simulation models such as MTWS, DVTE, JCATS, JSAF, OneSAF, CBS, or JTLS. CORE SKILLS/COMPETENCIES  Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Strong communication and presentation skills. Able to read, write, and communicate effectively in English.  Able to design and write clear communications and present training programs. Strong analytical and problem solving skills Excellent organizational, planning and prioritization skills Excellent interpersonal skills C4I and technical competencies WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus Daily travel in local area during work day (including use of personal vehicle) Extended work days and weekend work may be required. SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS Ability to obtain or have a security clearance Requires 0% - 25% travel CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: http://corpssolutions.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=12167939 Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions 29 Palms, CA, United States Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
The Modeling and Simulation Analyst / Joint Live Virtual Constructive (JLVC) Lead reports to and receives work direction derivatives from the Project Manager. The Modeling and Simulation Analyst will perform the following duties: ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Operate, provide instruction, and maintain a variety of computer based training for simulations/models with respect to Maneuver (specifically Infantry, Armor or Engineering), Aviation (both rotary and fix wing), Logistics, Fires (specifically, Artillery and Naval Surface Fires), and/or Military Intelligence Operations.  Research documents and extracts for factual data describing the composition of military forces in a model/simulation.  Assist in reviewing classified material and recommends a lesser classification for use in events, models/simulations, demonstrations, reports, and/or briefings.  Provide analysis of a functional area (aviation, ground combat, command and control, combat service support, intelligence, and opposing forces) and identify strengths and weaknesses as they occur during a simulation supported event. Edit doctrinal manuscripts, analyze problem areas, and postulate feasible solutions for implementation in simulation training events.  Translate “real world” or fictional enemy and friendly task organizations, tables of equipment, supply stockages and operational orders into simulation databases. Conduct pre-event tests and evaluation of supporting databases, and parametric data.  Attend conferences and meetings at both home station and other off-site locations, providing recommendations and analysis of model/simulation employment both in preparation for and during exercises.  Participate in structured simulation training events/exercises, and simulated rehearsals of operational plans/orders.  Provide analysis of the functional area and advise the response cell members as to the best method of implementing a course of action given the strengths and weaknesses of the simulation.  Conduct post-event critique and analysis employing various after action review tools/applications.  Provide analysis of emerging simulation technologies against stated requirements to include drafting test plans, conducting tests, publishing test results, and maintaining/archiving simulation based training scenarios (including organizational databases, tactics, weapon system capabilities, doctrine, and force structures) for use in preparation of future exercises.  Research and document extracts or factual data for composition of military forces for a model/simulation. Document the salient properties of the simulation being evaluated and their relevance to Marine Corps or Joint training.  Serve as USMC lead for Joint, Live, Virtual, and Constructive (JLVC) tests and exercises.  Provide guidance, direction and supervision during JLVC events. Provide analysis of emergent simulation technologies against stated requirements. This includes drafting test plans, conducting tests, publishing test results, and maintaining and archiving of simulation based training scenarios including organizational databases, tactics, weapon system capabilities, doctrine, and force structures for use in preparation of strategic or tactical exercises. Research and archive authoritative USMC force authorization data, such as the USMC Global Force Management Data Holdings. Based upon USMC authoritative data and knowledge of JLVC and MTWS specific data requirements, develop production simulation ready data sets for storage in the JTDS Repository Ensure data sets correctly represent USMC forces in Joint Tests/Exercises. Assist Joint Staff (J7) M&S division, from time to time, with the testing of said data sets to ensure the technical integration with MTWS and the overall JLVC federation. As it relates to the functional area, is capable of training, operating, and maintaining new models/simulations or upgrades to current models/simulations as they are introduced. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described EDUCATION Civilian Education .  Bachelor's degree preferred; four years of DoD modeling and simulation experience will serve in lieu of degree.  Microsoft Office Certification preferred. Military Education. Minimum four years’ experience in military training and education. Attendance at Career Level School such as an MOS specific Advanced Course or Marine Corps EWS (or higher) is desired.  Completion of equivalent nonresident course is acceptable. EXPERIENCE Minimum five years operational experience in the functional area of Maneuver (specifically Infantry, Armor or Engineering), Aviation (both rotary and fix wing), Logistics, Fires (specifically, Artillery and Naval Surface Fires), and/or Military Intelligence and methods of meeting training and readiness standards during computer-assisted exercises (demonstrated ability to operate, provide instruction, and maintain a variety of computer based training for simulations/models in said warfighting functions).  Minimum three years of demonstrated knowledge of military doctrine, tactics, and command relationships at MAGTF or joint/combined command level as measured by actual operational experience (real world operations is desired). Modeling and Simulation Experience. Minimum two years of experience in DoD modeling and simulation, and have previous experience with MTWS, and/or other simulation models such as VBS, JCATS, JSAF, OneSAF, AWSIM, CBS, or JTLS. CORE SKILLS/COMPETENCIES Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Strong communication and presentation skills. Able to read, write, and communicate effectively in English.  Able to design and write clear communications and present training programs. Proficient in computer applications such as Windows and MS Office Strong analytical and problem solving skills Excellent organizational, planning and prioritization skills Excellent interpersonal skills WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus Daily travel in local area during work day (including use of personal vehicle) SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS Ability to obtain or have a security clearance Requires 10% - 20% travel CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: http://corpssolutions.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=12245474 Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com.
Corps Solutions Quantico, VA, United State Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
Location: Quantico, VA, United States Date Posted: 06-05-2019 Under the Training & Education Capabilities Division within TECOM, the Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) Branch sponsors, develops, executes, and manages the Marine Corps Range Program and represents the interests of Marine Corps training ranges in DOD, inter-service, and international forums.  RTAM identifies, validates, and prioritizes institutional range system requirements to provide a single, integrated program for POM consideration and then provides the ranges and range systems, training range and airspace management and control services, and associated policies in order to ensure that both the Operating Forces and Supporting Establishment have access to safe, modernized, and well-maintained ranges that support live combat training throughout the training continuum.  TECOM requires contracted support to assist in the coordination and support for the development, planning, programming and sustainment of complex ranges and designated training systems. The Range Systems Inspector shall provide development, planning and sustainment support to RTAM by working in concert with resident System Support Officers (SSOs) to analyze live training systems fielding, operation and associated sustainment activities in order to determine trends and develop approaches and methods to improve live training systems support to USMC personnel. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Live Range Inspection/Data Collection Support Assists RTAM and the local System Support Officer (SSO) in the provision of property accountability and life-cycle management for both live training systems and simulators.  Contractor shall conduct quarterly, semi-annual and annual inventories as directed by the System Support Officer. The contractor shall assist the SSO with warehouse management, inventory control, maintenance and replacement scheduling. Contractor shall take the primary hand-receipt provided by the System Support Officer and conduct required inventories as directed the System Support Officer. The contractor shall prepare information briefings and decision documentation, examining the linkages between range and training area live training systems and unit training objectives in order to optimize the utilization of Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) sponsored assets. The contractor shall prepare reports, presentations and charts that support Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF) requirements analysis for existing and future live training systems. The contractor shall prepare semiannual training resource gap assessment presentations and reports in support of TECOM live training resources. Gap assessments shall identify areas where shortfalls exist, in current live training systems inventories. Contractor shall provide reports quarterly on training resource gaps and provide to the System Support Officer. Contractor shall provide using units with concept of employment briefs and coordinate the employment of minor training devices such as Portable Infantry Target Systems (PITS), Instrumented Tactical Engagement Simulation System (I-TESS) and Battlefield Effects (BFX).  Contractor shall provide the briefings to the assigned units at their respective locations as directed by the System Support Officer.  EDUCATION High School Diploma Required – Bachelor's Degree Preferred Career level Logistics/Supply education desired EXPERIENCE Experience as USMC SNCO or above desired Work as a Logistics Chief or Warehouse Chief is highly desired for this position. CORE SKILLS/ COMPETENCIES Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Must have understanding of Warehousing. Inventory Control, and Accountability procedures and processes. Knowledge of Marine Corps live range training systems to include the requirements generation process, training system acquisition process and the operations and sustainment of live range training systems.     Familiarity with the Marine Corps Base where work is conducted and must be capable of working in a military staff environment that requires coordination both internally and externally with installation commands and with TECOM.  Familiarity with and adherence to established command and staff procedures, especially those involving staff coordination and chain of command.   WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus. Required to walk ranges in harsh weather conditions on a regular basis. May be required to life awkward sized items weighing up to 50 pounds. Daily travel in local area during work day (including use of personal vehicle). SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS Requires 10% - 15% travel. Start date is anticipated to be on or about 1 October 2019 CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: http://corpssolutions.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=12259205 Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions MCB Hawaii, HI, United States Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
Location: Quantico, VA, United States Date Posted: 06-05-2019 Under the Training & Education Capabilities Division within TECOM, the Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) Branch sponsors, develops, executes, and manages the Marine Corps Range Program and represents the interests of Marine Corps training ranges in DOD, inter-service, and international forums.  RTAM identifies, validates, and prioritizes institutional range system requirements to provide a single, integrated program for POM consideration and then provides the ranges and range systems, training range and airspace management and control services, and associated policies in order to ensure that both the Operating Forces and Supporting Establishment have access to safe, modernized, and well-maintained ranges that support live combat training throughout the training continuum.  TECOM requires contracted support to assist in the coordination and support for the development, planning, programming and sustainment of complex ranges and designated training systems. The Range Systems Inspector shall provide development, planning and sustainment support to RTAM by working in concert with resident System Support Officers (SSOs) to analyze live training systems fielding, operation and associated sustainment activities in order to determine trends and develop approaches and methods to improve live training systems support to USMC personnel. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Live Range Inspection/Data Collection Support Assists RTAM and the local System Support Officer (SSO) in the provision of property accountability and life-cycle management for both live training systems and simulators.  Contractor shall conduct quarterly, semi-annual and annual inventories as directed by the System Support Officer. The contractor shall assist the SSO with warehouse management, inventory control, maintenance and replacement scheduling. Contractor shall take the primary hand-receipt provided by the System Support Officer and conduct required inventories as directed the System Support Officer. The contractor shall prepare information briefings and decision documentation, examining the linkages between range and training area live training systems and unit training objectives in order to optimize the utilization of Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) sponsored assets. The contractor shall prepare reports, presentations and charts that support Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF) requirements analysis for existing and future live training systems. The contractor shall prepare semiannual training resource gap assessment presentations and reports in support of TECOM live training resources. Gap assessments shall identify areas where shortfalls exist, in current live training systems inventories. Contractor shall provide reports quarterly on training resource gaps and provide to the System Support Officer. Contractor shall provide using units with concept of employment briefs and coordinate the employment of minor training devices such as Portable Infantry Target Systems (PITS), Instrumented Tactical Engagement Simulation System (I-TESS) and Battlefield Effects (BFX).  Contractor shall provide the briefings to the assigned units at their respective locations as directed by the System Support Officer.  EDUCATION High School Diploma Required – Bachelor's Degree Preferred Career level Logistics/Supply education desired EXPERIENCE Experience as USMC SNCO or above desired Work as a Logistics Chief or Warehouse Chief is highly desired for this position. CORE SKILLS/ COMPETENCIES Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Must have understanding of Warehousing. Inventory Control, and Accountability procedures and processes. Knowledge of Marine Corps live range training systems to include the requirements generation process, training system acquisition process and the operations and sustainment of live range training systems.     Familiarity with the Marine Corps Base where work is conducted and must be capable of working in a military staff environment that requires coordination both internally and externally with installation commands and with TECOM.  Familiarity with and adherence to established command and staff procedures, especially those involving staff coordination and chain of command.   WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus. Required to walk ranges in harsh weather conditions on a regular basis. May be required to life awkward sized items weighing up to 50 pounds. Daily travel in local area during work day (including use of personal vehicle). SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS Requires 10% - 15% travel. Start date is anticipated to be on or about 1 October 2019 CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: http://corpssolutions.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=12259217 Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions Quantico, VA, United States Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
The Curriculum Developer reports to and receives work direction derivatives from the Project Manager. The Curriculum Developer will provide support for: Commander, Navy Air Force Reserve Forces Command (CNRFC); Maintain Master Lesson Files of all curriculum and supporting documents under the CNRFC N7; Provide curriculum recommendations to CNRFC Learning Standards Office base on Formal Course Review procedures and analysis; Provide assistance to training activities with the development, submission, and approval of all necessary course curriculum documents as required by current directives; ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Provide support for course management and curriculum development. Curriculum development will follow instructional system design (ISD) principles required to develop, revise, improve, implement, evaluate, and manage CNRFC N7 Training courses. ISD includes definition of requirements and refinement of the training continuum, development and maintenance of course curriculum and all training aids/documents, analysis of course effectiveness, provision of training/instruction, and management of courses. All other duties as assigned. EDUCATION Bachelor’s Degree preferred, HS diploma required; or Ten (10) years experience in training or education may be substituted for bachelor’s degree. EXPERIENCE Ten (10) years of ten years of U.S. Navy or Marine Corps experience in military training and education. Ten (10) years of instructional design / curriculum development experience. CORE SKILLS/ COMPETENCIES Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Master Training Specialist preferred Must be an AIM II User Preferred experience in CITRIX, CPM and TDMIS 6 + years service in USN desired Strong communication and presentation skills. Able to read, write, and communicate effectively in English.   Proficient in computer applications such as Windows and MS Office Strong analytical and problem solving skills Excellent organizational, planning and prioritization skills Excellent interpersonal skills WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus. Daily travel in local area during work day (including use of personal vehicle). SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS Ability to obtain or have a security clearance. Requires 0% - 5% travel. Start date is anticipated to be on or about 15 September 2019 CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: http://corpssolutions.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=12261551 Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions Norfolk, VA, United States Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
Under the Training & Education Capabilities Division within TECOM, the Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) Branch sponsors, develops, executes, and manages the Marine Corps Range Program and represents the interests of Marine Corps training ranges in DOD, inter-service, and international forums.  RTAM identifies, validates, and prioritizes institutional range system requirements to provide a single, integrated program for POM consideration and then provides the ranges and range systems, training range and airspace management and control services, and associated policies in order to ensure that both the Operating Forces and Supporting Establishment have access to safe, modernized, and well-maintained ranges that support live combat training throughout the training continuum.  TECOM requires contracted support to assist in the coordination and support for the development, planning, programming and sustainment of complex ranges and designated training systems. The Range Systems Inspector shall provide development, planning and sustainment support to RTAM by working in concert with resident System Support Officers (SSOs) to analyze live training systems fielding, operation and associated sustainment activities in order to determine trends and develop approaches and methods to improve live training systems support to USMC personnel. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Live Range Inspection/Data Collection Support Assists RTAM and the local System Support Officer (SSO) in the provision of property accountability and life-cycle management for both live training systems and simulators.  Contractor shall conduct quarterly, semi-annual and annual inventories as directed by the System Support Officer. The contractor shall assist the SSO with warehouse management, inventory control, maintenance and replacement scheduling. Contractor shall take the primary hand-receipt provided by the System Support Officer and conduct required inventories as directed the System Support Officer. The contractor shall prepare information briefings and decision documentation, examining the linkages between range and training area live training systems and unit training objectives in order to optimize the utilization of Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) sponsored assets. The contractor shall prepare reports, presentations and charts that support Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF) requirements analysis for existing and future live training systems. EDUCATION High School Diploma Required – Bachelor's Degree Preferred Career level Logistics/Supply education desired EXPERIENCE Experience as USMC SNCO or above desired Work as a Logistics Chief or Warehouse Chief is highly desired for this position. CORE SKILLS/ COMPETENCIES Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Must have understanding of Warehousing. Inventory Control, and Accountability procedures and processes. Familiarity with the Marine Corps Base where work is conducted and must be capable of working in a military staff environment that requires coordination both internally and externally with installation commands and with TECOM.  Familiarity with and adherence to established command and staff procedures, especially those involving staff coordination and chain of command.   WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus. May be required to lift awkward sized items weighing up to 50 pounds. Daily travel in local area during work day (including use of personal vehicle). SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS Requires 10% - 15% travel. Start date is anticipated to be on or about 1 October 2019 CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: http://corpssolutions.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=12283478 Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions Twentynine Palms, CA, United States Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
Under the Training & Education Capabilities Division within TECOM, the Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) Branch sponsors, develops, executes, and manages the Marine Corps Range Program and represents the interests of Marine Corps training ranges in DOD, inter-service, and international forums.  RTAM identifies, validates, and prioritizes institutional range system requirements to provide a single, integrated program for POM consideration and then provides the ranges and range systems, training range and airspace management and control services, and associated policies in order to ensure that both the Operating Forces and Supporting Establishment have access to safe, modernized, and well-maintained ranges that support live combat training throughout the training continuum.  TECOM requires contracted support to assist in the coordination and support for the development, planning, programming and sustainment of complex ranges and designated training systems. The Range Systems Inspector shall provide development, planning and sustainment support to RTAM by working in concert with resident System Support Officers (SSOs) to analyze live training systems fielding, operation and associated sustainment activities in order to determine trends and develop approaches and methods to improve live training systems support to USMC personnel. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Live Range Inspection/Data Collection Support Assists RTAM and the local System Support Officer (SSO) in the provision of property accountability and life-cycle management for both live training systems and simulators.  Contractor shall conduct quarterly, semi-annual and annual inventories as directed by the System Support Officer. The contractor shall assist the SSO with warehouse management, inventory control, maintenance and replacement scheduling. Contractor shall take the primary hand-receipt provided by the System Support Officer and conduct required inventories as directed the System Support Officer. The contractor shall prepare information briefings and decision documentation, examining the linkages between range and training area live training systems and unit training objectives in order to optimize the utilization of Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) sponsored assets. The contractor shall prepare reports, presentations and charts that support Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF) requirements analysis for existing and future live training systems. EDUCATION High School Diploma Required – Bachelor's Degree Preferred Career level Logistics/Supply education desired EXPERIENCE Experience as USMC SNCO or above desired Work as a Logistics Chief or Warehouse Chief is highly desired for this position. CORE SKILLS/ COMPETENCIES Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Must have understanding of Warehousing. Inventory Control, and Accountability procedures and processes. Familiarity with the Marine Corps Base where work is conducted and must be capable of working in a military staff environment that requires coordination both internally and externally with installation commands and with TECOM.  Familiarity with and adherence to established command and staff procedures, especially those involving staff coordination and chain of command.   WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus. May be required to lift awkward sized items weighing up to 50 pounds. Daily travel in local area during work day (including use of personal vehicle). SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS Requires 10% - 15% travel. Start date is anticipated to be on or about 1 October 2019 CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: http://corpssolutions.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=12283496 Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions Camp Pendleton, CA, United States Full-Time
Jul 16, 2019
Under the Training & Education Capabilities Division within TECOM, the Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) Branch sponsors, develops, executes, and manages the Marine Corps Range Program and represents the interests of Marine Corps training ranges in DOD, inter-service, and international forums.  RTAM identifies, validates, and prioritizes institutional range system requirements to provide a single, integrated program for POM consideration and then provides the ranges and range systems, training range and airspace management and control services, and associated policies in order to ensure that both the Operating Forces and Supporting Establishment have access to safe, modernized, and well-maintained ranges that support live combat training throughout the training continuum.  TECOM requires contracted support to assist in the coordination and support for the development, planning, programming and sustainment of complex ranges and designated training systems. The Range Systems Inspector shall provide development, planning and sustainment support to RTAM by working in concert with resident System Support Officers (SSOs) to analyze live training systems fielding, operation and associated sustainment activities in order to determine trends and develop approaches and methods to improve live training systems support to USMC personnel. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Live Range Inspection/Data Collection Support Assists RTAM and the local System Support Officer (SSO) in the provision of property accountability and life-cycle management for both live training systems and simulators.  Contractor shall conduct quarterly, semi-annual and annual inventories as directed by the System Support Officer. The contractor shall assist the SSO with warehouse management, inventory control, maintenance and replacement scheduling. Contractor shall take the primary hand-receipt provided by the System Support Officer and conduct required inventories as directed the System Support Officer. The contractor shall prepare information briefings and decision documentation, examining the linkages between range and training area live training systems and unit training objectives in order to optimize the utilization of Range and Training Area Management (RTAM) sponsored assets. The contractor shall prepare reports, presentations and charts that support Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF) requirements analysis for existing and future live training systems. EDUCATION High School Diploma Required – Bachelor's Degree Preferred Career level Logistics/Supply education desired EXPERIENCE Experience as USMC SNCO or above desired Work as a Logistics Chief or Warehouse Chief is highly desired for this position. CORE SKILLS/ COMPETENCIES Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Must have understanding of Warehousing. Inventory Control, and Accountability procedures and processes. Familiarity with the Marine Corps Base where work is conducted and must be capable of working in a military staff environment that requires coordination both internally and externally with installation commands and with TECOM.  Familiarity with and adherence to established command and staff procedures, especially those involving staff coordination and chain of command.   WORKING CONDITIONS Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus. May be required to lift awkward sized items weighing up to 50 pounds. Daily travel in local area during work day (including use of personal vehicle). SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS Requires 10% - 15% travel. Start date is anticipated to be on or about 1 October 2019 CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: http://corpssolutions.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=12283514 Corps Solutions is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All hiring decisions are based on nondiscriminatory factors without regard to race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, marital status, age, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other class protected by law. In addition, Corps Solutions engages in affirmative action efforts, where appropriate, to employ, train and promote qualified minorities, women, the disabled, disabled veterans, newly separated veterans or other protected veterans. This organization participates in E-Verify.  If you require assistance applying for any currently open online position, please contact a Corps Solutions representative at careers@corps-solutions.com. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
Corps Solutions Marine Corps Base, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, HI, USA Full-Time