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Job Locations US-DC
Total Solutions, Inc. (TSI) is recruiting for an experienced executive assistant for The Office of Space Mission Directorate at NASA HQ in Washington, D.C. The work requires previous experience supporting leadership and/or multi-person offices.  Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools, general administration/office skills, and the ability to work independently, and communicate very well with a diverse range of people, face-to-face and in writing.   This position places an emphasis on ownership of tasks, proactiveness, responsiveness, and problem solving.  Need excellent follow-up and management of tasks, being reliable, customer-oriented, well organized, professional, and personable.   Duties:   - Providing all forms of administrative and executive support for leadership and/or a team of individuals - Heavy domestic and international travel, meeting, and calendar support in a fast-paced environment - Prepare and process travel authorizations and travel vouchers - Track correspondence routing - Manage and control executive calendars - Maintain forms, establish new files/labels and order office supplies - Participate in staff meetings - Perform other duties as assigned - Possible receptionist relief as needed   Requirements:   ·        Bachelor’s Degree in English, Literature, Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or other related field/discipline with two (2) years of applicable/equivalent experience or four (4) years’ clerical, secretarial or administrative experience. Proficiency in office processes and various types of office equipment and software such as a personal computer, word processor, and spreadsheets. Experience may be considered in lieu of degree. Hours: - This position is exempt, 40 hours per week, exclusive of federal holidays, Saturday, and Sunday. - This is a hybrid position, mostly onsite with opportunities for telework.
ID
2022-1498
Job Locations US-DC
Total Solutions, Inc. (TSI) is recruiting for an experienced executive assistant for The Office of International and Interagency Relations (OIIR) NASA HQ in Washington, D.C. The work requires previous experience supporting leadership and/or multi-person offices.  Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools, general administration/office skills, and the ability to work independently, and communicate very well with a diverse range of people, face-to-face and in writing.   This position places an emphasis on ownership of tasks, proactiveness, responsiveness, and problem solving.  Need excellent follow-up and management of tasks, being reliable, customer-oriented, well organized, professional, and personable.   Duties:   - Providing all forms of administrative and executive support for senior leadership and/or a team of up to 25 individuals - Heavy domestic and international travel, meeting, and calendar support in a fast-paced environment - Prepare and process travel authorizations and travel vouchers - Track correspondence routing - Manage and control executive calendars - Maintain forms, establish new files/labels and order office supplies - Participate in staff meetings - Perform other duties as assigned - Possible receptionist relief as needed   Requirements:   - Associates degree or equivalent in English, Literature, Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or other related field/discipline. Five (5) years’ experience. Experience may be considered in lieu of degree. Hours: - This position is exempt, 40 hours per week, exclusive of federal holidays, Saturday, and Sunday. - This is a hybrid position, mostly onsite with opportunities for telework.
ID
2022-1497
Job Locations US-DC
Total Solutions, Inc. (TSI) is recruiting for an Audit Liaison to provide general administrative and business support services, including auditing audit support for the Audit Liaison Team at NASA Headquarters’ Mission Space Directorate/Office of the Executive Secretariat.  The position is hybrid with 3 to 4 days in the office expected.  Federal government experience is a plus.   Duties include, but are not limited, the following areas and activities:   - Ensure quality and timely responses to audit and related requests; and to provide a backup capability for the current staff. - Coordination of daily operational activities - Assist with communiques and liaison with internal and external constituents - Plan, schedule meetings and provide administrative support to senior level staff meetings - Calendar and travel management - Editing and proofreading, maintenance of documents, databases, and presentations - Support the development, implementation, and maintenance of administrative tracking and control programs and systems - Maintain and update electronic files, records, and data - Interact with Mission Directorates at HQ, multiple NASA Centers, and external organizations - Collect information from the files for routine inquiries. Non-routine requests should be referred to the Task Monitor. - Provide administrative support services for a variety of functions including, move coordinations. - Request supplies, create and maintain office files/records - Ensure general office equipment (multifunctional devices, etc.) are properly maintained and stocked with appropriate supplies. - Handling differing situations, problems, and deviations in the work of the organization according to organizational priorities, duties, and program goals. - Assist with preparation of materials for civil servants for conferences, appointments, meetings, and similar situations. - Support MSD with special events including conferences, seminars, etc. planning coordination and support. - Use specific systems such as the Audit and Assurance Information Reporting System (AAIRS) and ServiceNow. - Maintenance of Standard Operating Procedures - Assist with the management and tracking of actions - Track and monitor approval process for Authority to Operate packages   Requirements: - Bachelor's degree or equivalent in English, Literature, Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or other related field/discipline. Five (5) years overall and two (2) years of related experience. Project management background that includes both technical and business experience. Requires knowledge of and experience in applying government accounting, information technology, environmental and engineering practices. Experience may be considered in lieu of degree.   Hours: - This position is exempt, 40 hours per week, exclusive of federal holidays, Saturday, and Sunday. - All personnel identified for positions may be required to travel for NASA on occasion.
ID
2022-1496
Job Locations US-DC
Total Solutions, Inc. (TSI) is recruiting for a polished an Administrative/Executive Assistant, at NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C. The work requires the ability to work in a fast-paced, changeable environment with senior level officials including presidential appointees.   Ability to work independently and communicate very well with a diverse range of people, both face-to-face and in writing, including e-mail. This position places an emphasis on being reliable, friendly, professional, and successful multi-tasking. The position is onsite with some flexibility for telework.    Duties:   Provides a full range of administrative program support services to enable and coordinate Office of Technology, Policy and Strategy (OTPS) team activities, including but not limited to: - Scheduling a wide array of meetings (including coordination with senior Executive Assistants to identify unpublished opportunities and/or negotiate calendar options). - Logistics and full meeting support to include, but not limited to, VITS, Skype, Microsoft Teams and WebEx and scheduling conference room/meeting location for multiple boards and meetings - Assist with preparation of materials for civil servants for conferences, appointments, meetings, and similar situations. - Provide administrative support services for a variety of functions including, move coordination.  - Support OTPS with special events including conferences, seminars, etc. planning coordination and support.  - Calendar maintenance using Outlook - Recording official minutes for live and virtual small and large group meetings on semi-technical topics. - Tracking and following up on actions resulting from these and other discussions. - Assessing OTSP ability to meet requested deadlines and altering OTSP leadership of incoming actions. - Establishing templates and other collaborative approaches to streamline action requests. - Integrating documents and presentations to prepare draft OTSP deliverables, including providing non-technical editorial reviews. - Developing executive summaries to synthesize input for selected activities. - Establishing and updating multiple email distribution lists, both using Microsoft Outlook (Groups) as well as NASA systems. - Administering access for multiple OTSP sponsored groups in Microsoft Teams, as well as monitoring posts and utilization of the environment for potential actions and issues that require leadership attention. - Managing OTSP Microsoft SharePoint permissions, adoption and utilization, including providing coaching to (new) team members on intended locations/permissions for products and group conventions for configuration management. - Using and publishing official meeting minutes for OTSP and OTSP-hosted internal NASA meetings using Microsoft OneNote and incorporating any real-time edits from team members into final cohesive form. - Modeling and encouraging the use of Microsoft Planner to track actions and ensuring Planner activities reflect up-to-date status on ongoing activities being tracked. - Maintaining a OTSP team calendar in Microsoft Outlook/Teams to provide group awareness of travel, leave and major OTSP events. - OTSP Event Planning & Facilitation – Executes the logistics associated with OTSP-hosted workshops, trainings, lectures, and other events, including but not limited to: - Providing logistics insight during event formulation and design,  - Developing products needed associated with event organization, internal approvals, agendas, schedules, procurements, arranging/tracking speakers, invitations/RSVPs, and support for travel preparations (for OTSP, NASA and external invited speakers).  - Performing day-of event logistics support, including arranging for supplies, providing real-time breakout session needs, arranging for and resolving IT needs, recording official minutes, and executing pre-decided event recording/transcription. - Arranging for and distributing any post-event recordings, presentations, summary publications and/or follow-up actions. - Presentation research, preparation, and support   Requirements:   - Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, Education, Management Sciences, Psychology, Human Resources Development/ Management, or other related discipline. Seven (7) years of experience. Experience may be considered in lieu of degree.  - Dependability and good attendance is critical.   Hours: - This position is exempt, 40 hours per week, Monday-Friday, 8:30-5:00p.
ID
2022-1495
Job Locations US-AL-Madison
Title: Radiological Materials Handler/Controller Location:  Huntsville, AL Type: Contract 3+ Year Requirements:  - Must possess or have the ability to attain Class 7A Hazmat Shippers certification - Competent in the use of all major types and styles of radiation instruments - Strong interpersonal communication skills and the ability to work in a team - Military and Government CBRNe or Radiation Safety experience a plus.      Description:     Join a dynamic team of professionals providing radiological materials training support to an important customer base. The right candidate will be an accountable, dependable, self-starter who works as well unsupervised as they do in a team.  A thorough understanding of radiological safety and the ability to operate a wide variety of instruments is a must. The Radiological Materials Handler/Security controller will maintain source accountability, manage radiological materials storage, use radiation detection equipment for proper handling and storage as well as provide key logistics support shipping and receiving radioactive materials.  This individual will have the assistance of a partner RSO, Program Manager and Training Manager. Our team consists of experts in Radiation, Instrumentation and technical program management, development, and support.  The team is mission focused and driven to achieve professional results for each delivery. This location is a full-time position in Huntsville, AL with potential for growth in a fast-growing organization.  
ID
2022-1494
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
TSI is recruiting for a Program Manager who possesses expert skills in communication, teamwork, leadership, and motivation. Additionally, the PM will possess extensive knowledge in Budget Formulation and Execution, Revenue, and Financial Management and Reporting.    Roles and responsibilities shall include the following:   •Taking iterative steps to plan various routine and emergent projects. •Organizing the overall contracting team while clearly identifying roles and duties of team members. •Leading the team(s) through completion of requested deliverables, and control daily activities by constantly measuring, evaluating, and correcting daily, routine, and emerging activities. •Providing constant status reports on all deliverables requested by the FMO Division Directors, RM Directorate Assistant Director, RM Directorate Director, and other FPS Senior leadership. •Ensuring proper and constant coordination is established with FPS regional Mission Support personnel on all items related to FMO responsibilities and/or oversight. •Ensuring all Contractor work performed under this SOW is accurate and complete.   Education Requirements:   •A Master’s degree is required in one of the following disciplines: Finance, Accounting, Business, or related discipline (a Doctorate degree is preferred). Twelve (12) years’ work experience may be substituted for a master’s degree. Bachelor's Degree plus 8 years’ work experience may be substituted for a master’s degree. Twenty (20) years’ work experience may be substituted for a Doctorate's Degree. A Bachelor's Degree plus 16 years’ work experience, or a master’s degree plus 12 years’ work experience may be substituted for a Doctorate's Degree. A professional certification in either Project Management Professional (PMP) or Program Management is required.   Relevant Experience: •Five (5) years of experience in a supervisory or team lead position. •Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing •Ability to conduct detailed research and analysis of technical and cost data •Ability to read/interpret management policy, regulations, and directives •The ability to work effectively with a group or independently •Advanced organizational and leadership skills •The ability to effectively manage several projects at one time •Experience and expertise in analyzing and identifying improvements needed to ad hoc and standard budget and financial management processes. •Strong knowledge of Financial/Procurement/Travel systems and processes utilized by the Federal Government. Experience in FFMS, Discoverer, Purchase Request Information System (PRISM), and Concur Government Edition (CGE) is preferred •Proficiency in Microsoft Office 2010 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and PowerBI) Tableau, and SharePoint.  
ID
2022-1493
Job Locations US-DC
Total Solutions, Inc. (TSI) is recruiting for an Information Technology Coordinator to provide project coordination and information management support for the Office of the Executive Secretariat, at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC. This is a hybrid position, onsite 3 daysper week. Duties include, but are not limited, the following areas and activities.   - Maintain OES databases used to store and retrieve authoritative office documents, including maintenance of content, access control / distribution lists, and metadata. - Implement and administer OES websites, databases and document collections. Implementation may include layout, setup, access control, validation and checkout. Support OES Agency Governance council executives with configuration of SharePoint web pages used for specific Council topics. - Recommend and create new approaches for automation or redesign of office processes or define requirements and collaborate with OCIO to implement new approaches. - Document policies and instructions for database maintenance and ensure appropriate quality control of updated data. - Conduct periodic (at least quarterly) validation of access control lists with authoritative access permissions database, consistency of application of database standards and assignment of metadata by users. - Serve as the focal point for all issues relating to logistics in implementation of Council or other OES- managed formal meetings, in coordination with management and other OES staff. - Capture, analyze and report on problem areas and help resolve issues; conduct a monthly Operations Review to review, decide and socialize changes. - Participate in Council meetings as a Meeting Facilitator responsible for display of charts and resolution of real-time AV/IT issues. Provide backup support to OES in executing Council meeting logistics. - Maintain proper security of all controlled information. Responsible for availability, reliability and integrity of business data stored in production repositories. Communicate regularly with management and sytem owners to ensure the security and confidentiality of data.   Desired Skills: - Journeyman level of experience with Office 365 enterprise applications, especially SharePoint, to include familiarity with design, configuration, and regular usage. - Expert experience working with other Microsoft Office Suite programs (Teams, Word, Excel, PowerPoint). - Agility in learning current NASA information tools such as HATS and use of Tableau for automated reporting. Creativity in identifying opportunities for automation within or across application suites. - Ability to define requirements and work in a team environment both with OES staff and supporting Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) staff to implement new projects.   Requirements:   - Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in English, Literature, Computer Science, Information Systems,Engineering, Business, or other related field. Seven (7) years’ experience with ability to maintain a high degree of accuracy and precision is essential. Experience may be considered in lieu of degree. Hours:   - This position is exempt, 40 hours per week, exclusive of federal holidays, Saturday and Sunday. - This is a hybrid position, onsite 3 days per week.
ID
2022-1492
Job Locations US-MI-Warren
Total Solutions, Inc. (TSI) has an immediate need for an Archivist/Historian to support our work for the Army’s Next Generation Combat Vehicle Cross Functional Team (NGCV CFT). Work is to be performed onsite at the NGCV CFT office located in Warren, MI.   The NGCV CFT is playing a significant new role in the Army's modernization strategy. The NGCV CFT requires an individual to document key decisions, operations, and activities related to the Army's NGCV portfolio development and delivery. Intent is to provide Army stakeholders with narrative and analytical support of historically significant NGCV developments, decisions, and events in accordance with AR 870-5 standards; serve as a primary source of background facts in support of CFT staff analysis and strategic communications; and to provide new CFT key personnel historical context and orientation on the organizations mission, recent activities, accomplishments, issues, and decision-making processes.   DUTIES:   The NGCV CFT historian responsibilities include:   - Preserving the institutional memory of the NGCV CFT - Writing a formal command history of key NGCV development decisions - Providing historical support in decision making - Supporting NGCV CFT leadership transitions and staff professional development - Supporting NGCV CFT command information and strategic communications activities   Serve as an Archivist/Historian in the NGCV CFT with responsibility for planning, researching, and managing the NGCV CFT archives and writing the NGCV CFT command report in accordance with Army Regulation 870-5. This report serves as an objective record of the organization’s operations from the previous year and as its institutional memory.   The Archivist/Historian will perform special research projects which support the annual history report or archival program.   NGCV CFT Command History Report   - Write and deliver a coherent, balanced, and objective annual history report of the NGCV CFT covering the positive and negative aspects as revealed in official records, reports, and interviews in accordance with CDRL A0004. - Ensure that the annual command history consists of a detailed narrative of the historically-significant developments and events that took place in the NGCV CFT during the preceding fiscal year detailed chronology. Make consistent progress throughout the year in completing the final annual history report. In order to complete a thorough command history report, the contractor shall perform the following tasks: - Write historical summaries which detail significant activities of the NGCV CFTs operating and staff elements. Research existing information and data and apply a comprehensive knowledge of NGCV CFT history, organization, and operations in analyzing records to determine their historical significance. It shall supplement researched data through interviews and telephone conversations with key military/civilian personnel at all levels of command having firsthand knowledge of the program, activity, or event under study. Additionally, research previous combat vehicle development documents and devise alternate sources upon identification of missing records or gaps in archival sources. Archivist/Historian shall employ a thorough knowledge of NGCV CFT historical records and familiarity with other agency repositories in order to research appropriate data, examine cross references for complementary information, and, if necessary, acquire information from outside sources. Analyze and evaluate collected data for authenticity, validity, and pertinence, and shall reconcile conflicting evidence and discrepancies in order to determine the facts, their relationships, and their bearing on the subject. - Present individual facets in proper proportion within the annual history report by making independent judgment based on the event, program, or activity being covered. - Take and/or select photographs, charts, and tables of historical significance for inclusion in the annual history report. - Maintain liaison with command historians from higher headquarters, adjacent units, and cross functional teams as appropriate.   NGCV CFT Lesson Learned Collection Program (LLCP)   - The Archivist/Historian will Plan and implement the LLCP. - Prepare, conduct, and preserve end-of-tour/exit interviews with the NGCV CFT Director, principal staff officers, and senior civilians no later than 60 calendar days prior to departure. Additionally, conduct oral history interviews with the NGCV CFT Director, principal staff officers, and senior civilians at regular and logical intervals. Transcribe and archive the most important interviews, and conduct after-action interviews as required. - Identify and collect documents, files, artifacts, and publications for historical review and LLCP/archival retention. - Arrange archival records by providing a fixed location for each file and correlating allied materials into logical order, ensuring that a consistent naming convention for each file is followed. Additionally, electronically manage the NGCV CFT archives (for example, on SharePoint or Microsoft Teams), ensuring the availability of sources essential to the historical mission. - Based on personal judgment, modify archival techniques relative to records accessioning and arrangement. - Respond to inquiries concerning the history of NGCV CFT, its tenant headquarters and organizations, and communications-electronics activities. - Review and archive submitted and collected data and materials significant to decisions, accomplishments, challenges, and changes within the NGCV CFT. - Preserve archival material from damage or loss by formulating and executing plans to retype, index, catalog, and store such records. - Plan and administer the archival of the NGCV CFTs historical records according to Army Materiel Command (AMC), Department of the Amy, and National Archives and Records Service (NARS) standards. Maintain liaison with AMC, DA, and NARS counterparts on all archival matters.   REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS - Former military officer with Additional Skill Identifier (ASI) 5X, or civilian professional historian (GS) 0170 series, or graduate degree in History. - Four years of recent/relevant experience is acceptable in lieu of undergraduate degree. - Previous direct military experience or research experience with Army ground combat vehicles is preferred. - Ability to obtain and maintain a favorable Tier 1 formally known as National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI) security clearance.
ID
2022-1489
Job Locations US-DC
Total Solutions, Inc. (TSI) is recruiting for Administrative Programs/Records Management Support to provide meeting and records management support for the Office of the Executive Secretariat, at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC. This is a hybrid position, onsite 3 days per week.   Duties include, but are not limited, the following areas and activities.   • Set-up and support large meetings onsite and online (up to 200 attendees) using Microsoft Teams and WebEx teleconferences for Council Meetings. • Coordinate/interface with HQ Facilities, AV techs, Conferencing techs, and IT techs that provide setup to ensure dedicated support for NASA Management Council meetings. • Work with HQ Graphics department to create Signage for councils, when needed. • Manage access to meeting rooms consistent with each Council meeting’s attendance policy. Manage short-term on-line access to meeting materials including real-time resolution of member issues. • Convert final meeting materials, as needed, to machine searchable formats (e.g. OCR), to ensure accessibility and knowledge management (searchability, copy/paste capability) in final repositories • Deliver the final version of any meeting materials changed during Council Meetings to the Council Executive, and place on NX server, with appropriate markings. • Records Management, organize and track the status of reports, inquires, and assessments. Conduct preliminary review, categorization, and filing of historical Office of the Executive Secretariat documents, to include but not be limited to preliminary review for draft/final nature, nature/type of document based on content, broad subject of applicability, and presence of sensitivity markings. Conduct same review of newly generated OES final documents. Develop and support annual reviews of materials ready for permanent archival with NARA; manage any required decontrols; package files for transmission. Generate reports and conduct searches of past materials, as requested, to support the operational business of OES. • Assist with automation of new systems and other surge requirements. • Provide travel and calendar management as required. • Select mail and package handling duties, back-up receptionist for breaks.   Requirements: • Associates Degree with five (5) years or High School Diploma with nine (9) years of applicable/equivalent clerical, secretarial or administrative experience. Working knowledge of office processes and various types of office equipment and software such as a personal computer, word processor, and spreadsheets. Experience may be considered in lieu of degree. • Familiarity with SharePoint environment   Hours: • This position is exempt, 40 hours per week, exclusive of federal holidays, Saturday, and Sunday. • This is a hybrid position, onsite 3 days per week.
ID
2022-1487
Job Locations US-DC
Total Solutions, Inc. (TSI) is recruiting for a part-time administrative/executive assistant for the Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer (OCHCO) at NASA HQ in Washington, D.C. The work requires previous experience supporting leadership and/or multi-person offices. Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools, general administration/office skills, and the ability to work independently, and communicate very well with a diverse range of people, face-to-face and in writing.   This position places an emphasis on ownership of tasks, proactiveness, responsiveness, and problem solving. Need excellent follow-up and management of tasks, being reliable, customer-oriented, well organized, professional, and personable. The position is mostly remote with onsite support as required. Duties: • Providing all forms of administrative and executive support for director and team • Travel, meeting, and calendar support • Prepare and process travel authorizations and travel vouchers • Manage and control executive calendars • Maintain forms, establish new files/labels and order office supplies • Participate in staff meetings • Perform other duties as assigned   Requirements:   • Bachelor’s Degree in English, Literature, Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or other related field/discipline with four (4) years of applicable/equivalent experience or six (6) years’ clerical, secretarial or administrative experience. Proficiency in office processes and various types of office equipment and software such as a personal computer, word processor, and spreadsheets. Experience may be considered in lieu of degree.
ID
2022-1486
Job Locations US-MI-Warren
Total Solutions, Inc. (TSI) has an immediate need for an Archivist/Historian to support our work for the Army’s Next Generation Combat Vehicle Cross Functional Team (NGCV CFT). Work is to be performed onsite at the NGCV CFT office located in Warren, MI.   The NGCV CFT is playing a significant new role in the Army's modernization strategy. The NGCV CFT requires an individual to document key decisions, operations, and activities related to the Army's NGCV portfolio development and delivery. Intent is to provide Army stakeholders with narrative and analytical support of historically significant NGCV developments, decisions, and events in accordance with AR 870-5 standards; serve as a primary source of background facts in support of CFT staff analysis and strategic communications; and to provide new CFT key personnel historical context and orientation on the organizations mission, recent activities, accomplishments, issues, and decision-making processes.   DUTIES:   The NGCV CFT historian responsibilities include:   - Preserving the institutional memory of the NGCV CFT - Writing a formal command history of key NGCV development decisions - Providing historical support in decision making - Supporting NGCV CFT leadership transitions and staff professional development - Supporting NGCV CFT command information and strategic communications activities   Serve as an Archivist/Historian in the NGCV CFT with responsibility for planning, researching, and managing the NGCV CFT archives and writing the NGCV CFT command report in accordance with Army Regulation 870-5. This report serves as an objective record of the organization’s operations from the previous year and as its institutional memory.   The Archivist/Historian will perform special research projects which support the annual history report or archival program.   NGCV CFT Command History Report   - Write and deliver a coherent, balanced, and objective annual history report of the NGCV CFT covering the positive and negative aspects as revealed in official records, reports, and interviews in accordance with CDRL A0004. - Ensure that the annual command history consists of a detailed narrative of the historically-significant developments and events that took place in the NGCV CFT during the preceding fiscal year detailed chronology. Make consistent progress throughout the year in completing the final annual history report. In order to complete a thorough command history report, the contractor shall perform the following tasks: - Write historical summaries which detail significant activities of the NGCV CFTs operating and staff elements. Research existing information and data and apply a comprehensive knowledge of NGCV CFT history, organization, and operations in analyzing records to determine their historical significance. It shall supplement researched data through interviews and telephone conversations with key military/civilian personnel at all levels of command having firsthand knowledge of the program, activity, or event under study. Additionally, research previous combat vehicle development documents and devise alternate sources upon identification of missing records or gaps in archival sources. Archivist/Historian shall employ a thorough knowledge of NGCV CFT historical records and familiarity with other agency repositories in order to research appropriate data, examine cross references for complementary information, and, if necessary, acquire information from outside sources. Analyze and evaluate collected data for authenticity, validity, and pertinence, and shall reconcile conflicting evidence and discrepancies in order to determine the facts, their relationships, and their bearing on the subject. - Present individual facets in proper proportion within the annual history report by making independent judgment based on the event, program, or activity being covered. - Take and/or select photographs, charts, and tables of historical significance for inclusion in the annual history report. - Maintain liaison with command historians from higher headquarters, adjacent units, and cross functional teams as appropriate.   NGCV CFT Lesson Learned Collection Program (LLCP)   - The Archivist/Historian will Plan and implement the LLCP. - Prepare, conduct, and preserve end-of-tour/exit interviews with the NGCV CFT Director, principal staff officers, and senior civilians no later than 60 calendar days prior to departure. Additionally, conduct oral history interviews with the NGCV CFT Director, principal staff officers, and senior civilians at regular and logical intervals. Transcribe and archive the most important interviews, and conduct after-action interviews as required. - Identify and collect documents, files, artifacts, and publications for historical review and LLCP/archival retention. - Arrange archival records by providing a fixed location for each file and correlating allied materials into logical order, ensuring that a consistent naming convention for each file is followed. Additionally, electronically manage the NGCV CFT archives (for example, on SharePoint or Microsoft Teams), ensuring the availability of sources essential to the historical mission. - Based on personal judgment, modify archival techniques relative to records accessioning and arrangement. - Respond to inquiries concerning the history of NGCV CFT, its tenant headquarters and organizations, and communications-electronics activities. - Review and archive submitted and collected data and materials significant to decisions, accomplishments, challenges, and changes within the NGCV CFT. - Preserve archival material from damage or loss by formulating and executing plans to retype, index, catalog, and store such records. - Plan and administer the archival of the NGCV CFTs historical records according to Army Materiel Command (AMC), Department of the Amy, and National Archives and Records Service (NARS) standards. Maintain liaison with AMC, DA, and NARS counterparts on all archival matters.   REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS - Former military officer with Additional Skill Identifier (ASI) 5X, or civilian professional historian (GS) 0170 series, or graduate degree in History. - Four years of recent/relevant experience is acceptable in lieu of undergraduate degree. - Previous direct military experience or research experience with Army ground combat vehicles is preferred. - Ability to obtain and maintain a favorable Tier 1 formally known as National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI) security clearance.
ID
2022-1480
Job Locations US-AL-Madison
Total Solutions, Inc. (TSI) has an immediate need for a Junior Technical Writer. This is a full-time position responsible for supporting the coordination and creation of proposal response content for requests for information (RFIs), requests for proposals (RFPs), other procurement documents and unsolicited proposals. This is an excellent opportunity for Entry Level professionals. Must be self-motivated with a desire and drive to continuously learn and grow.  
ID
2022-1478
Job Locations US-DC
Total Solutions, Inc. (TSI) is recruiting for multiple, polished, enthusiastic Administrative/Executive Assistants to join our team supporting NASA HQ in Washington, D.C.  The work requires general business skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Office tools, general administration/office skills, and the ability to work independently, and communicate very well with a diverse range of people, both face-to-face and in writing. This position places an emphasis on excellent follow-up and management of tasks, being reliable, friendly, customer-oriented, well organized, professional, and personable. The positions range from 100% onsite to possible flexibility for telework.    Duties:   Providing all forms of administrative and executive support for senior leadership - Prepare and process travel authorizations and travel vouchers - Manage and control executive calendars - Maintain forms, establish new files/labels and order office supplies - Participate in staff meetings. - Perform other duties as assigned. - Possible receptionist relief as needed  Requirements: - Associates Degree with one (1) to five (5) years or High School Diploma with four (4) years to nine (9) years of applicable/equivalent clerical, secretarial or administrative experience - Bachelor’s Degree with two (2) years of applicable/equivalent experience or four (4) years’ clerical, secretarial or administrative experience.    Hours: - This position is exempt, 40 hours per week, exclusive of federal holidays, Saturday, and Sunday.
ID
2022-1475
Job Locations US-Ft. Gordon
Job Title: Range Facilitator   JOB DESCRIPTION   Summary/Objective: Provide support services for the United States Army Cyber Center of Excellence and Fort Gordon, GA in its mission to develop and produce training strategies, doctrine, concepts, instruction, and products for the current and future force.   Essential Functions:  Provide course instruction, facilitation, and training support  for the Cyber School located at Fort Gordon, Georgia. Range Facilitators provide range support for all EW courses including the 29E Senior Leaders Course (SLC).   Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   Competencies:  - Instructing - Teaching others how to do something. - Learning Strategies - Selecting and using training/instructional methods and procedures appropriate for the situation when learning or teaching new things. - Speaking - Talking to others to convey information effectively. - Active Listening - Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times. -  Coordination - Adjusting actions in relation to others' actions. -  Social Perceptiveness - Being aware of others' reactions and understanding why they react as they do. -  Time Management - Managing one's own time and the time of others. -  Writing - Communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience. - Active Learning - Understanding the implications of new information for both current and future problem-solving and decision-making. - Monitoring - Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to make improvements or take corrective action.   Supervisory Responsibility: None    Work Environment: This job operates in a professional classroom and office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment.   Physical Demands:   Stand, bend, and stoop for long periods of time while delivering training.  Be able to maneuver in and out of strategic and tactical equipment, and capable of lifting and moving electronic equipment in access of 40lbs in and out of classrooms and labs. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.   Position Type and Expected Hours of Work:  This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Workdays do not include working or conducting business on Federal holidays or when the Government facility is closed due to local or national emergencies, administrative closings, or similar Government directed closings.   Travel: No travel is expected for this position.   Required Education and Experience:  Must be a graduate of the ASI 1K course or higher U.S. Army EW MOS or Functional Area course or be a Counter Radio- Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare (CREW) Field Service Representative (FSR).   Must complete Phase I of the instructor's certification process.    Preferred Education and Experience:  Must be a graduate from an approved U.S. Army 290A WOBC or WOAC, or EW course 160 hours or longer (any service).  Must have 2 years' experience at the brigade-level (or above).   Additional Eligibility Qualifications: N/A   Work Authorization/Security Clearance:  Current US Government issued Secret clearance   Other Duties: The above job description is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of duties and standards of the position.  Incumbents will follow any other instructions, and perform any other related duties, as assigned by their supervisor. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
ID
2022-1462
Job Locations US-Ft. Gordon
Job Title: 17E EW/CEMA and STEM Course Instructor/Writer Start Date: Sept/Oct 2021 JOB DESCRIPTION Summary/Objective: Provide support services for the United States Army Cyber Center of Excellence and Fort Gordon, GA in its mission to develop and produce training strategies, doctrine, concepts, instruction, and products for the current and future force.   Essential Functions: provide course instruction, facilitation, and training support for the 17E course for the Cyber School located at Fort Gordon, GA. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   Competencies: - Instructing — Teaching others how to do something. - Learning Strategies — Selecting and using training/instructional methods and procedures appropriate for the situation when learning or teaching new things. - Speaking — Talking to others to convey information effectively. - Active Listening — Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times. - Coordination — Adjusting actions in relation to others' actions. - Social Perceptiveness — Being aware of others' reactions and understanding why they react as they do. - Time Management — Managing one's own time and the time of others. - Writing — Communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience. - Active Learning — Understanding the implications of new information for both current and future problem-solving and decision-making. - Monitoring — Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to make improvements or take corrective action. Supervisory Responsibility: None   Work Environment: This job operates in a professional classroom and office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment. Physical Demands: - Stand, bend, and stoop for long periods of time while delivering training. - Be able to maneuver in and out of strategic and tactical equipment, and capable of lifting and moving electronic equipment in access of 40lbs in and out of classrooms and labs. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Position Type and Expected Hours of Work: This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Workdays do not include working or conducting business on Federal holidays or when the Government facility is closed due to local or national emergencies, administrative closings, or similar Government directed closings.   Travel: No travel is expected for this position.   Required Education and Experience: - EW/CEMA instructor: - Must be a graduate from an approved U.S. Army MOS-producing EW Course. - Two (2) years’ of operational military EW experience at the brigade-level equivalent or higher, military experience with a CEMA and/or Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) background. - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Instructor: - Must have a Bachelor degree from an accredited program of study. - One (1) year technical experience or operational background in Telecommunications, Electrical, and its sub set, Radio Frequency (RF) Engineering. - Possess advanced writing skills (e.g. tailoring content and delivery for different audiences using Bloom's Taxonomy). - Graduated the Common Faculty Development-Instructors Course (CFD-IC) or meet the requirements to attend required training. - Graduated Installation Staff Contractor Training Course (ISCTC) or meet the requirements to attend required training. - Must be able to become instructor certified IAW three phase certification process.  Preferred Education and Experience: - Must be a graduate from an approved U.S. Army MOS producing EW Course, or EW course 160 hours or longer (any service) and 2 years’ experience at the brigade-level (or above).  Additional Eligibility Qualifications: N/A   Work Authorization/Security Clearance: - 17E AIT instructors shall possess a Secret Security Clearance - 17E ALC instructors shall possess a Top Secret Security Clearance with SCI eligibility  Other Duties: The above job description is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of duties and standards of the position.  Incumbents will follow any other instructions, and perform any other related duties, as assigned by their supervisor. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any
ID
2022-1461
Job Locations US
  Total Solutions, Inc. (TSI) is actively recruiting qualified applicants to join our team. If you do not see an active opening that fits your particular skill set, please feel free to apply here. Our resume database is frequently searched as new opportunities are received. These are strategic areas of which TSI is in constant need and we encourage all qualified applicants to apply: Information Technology - Bio, Health & Laboratory Informatics - Database Development - Helpdesk Support - Independent Validation & Verification Support (IV&V) - Network Operations Center (NOC) Analysis - Software Development and Testing - Systems Analysis and Integration - Web Design & Graphic Art Business Support Services - Business Case Studies - Business Process Improvement - Budget Analysis/Financial Management - Contract and Grant Management - Management Consulting - Program & Project Management Program Support Services - Administration, Clerical & Secretarial Support - CAD/Microstation Drafting & Metrologist Support - Demographic, Economic & Statistical Analysis - Engineering & Logistical Support & Solutions - Material Handling, Material Processing & Material Management - Policy Support & Guideline Development - Program Planning, Implementation & Evaluation - Records Management/Document Control - Risk Reduction/Safety & Health Operations - Technical Support Services - Travel Planning & Management Support - Work Control Planning/Scheduling Training & Technical Assistance - Community Awareness Training - Curriculum Development/Evaluation - Disease Surveillance in country Training - Guideline/Protocol Development - Infectious Disease Prevention/Education - Procedure Writing - Training Accreditation - Training Analysis Disease Management & Surveillance - Clinical & Health Research - Communications, Education & Outreach - Incident & Economic Impact Evaluation - International Disease Surveillance Support - Field Investigations/Data Collection/Studies - Laboratory Strengthening & Capacity Building - Medical/Scientific Staffing - Procurement/Evaluation of Rapid Diagnostic Tests - Specimen Collection & Testing Unfortunately, due to the overwhelming response of applicants and resumes we receive, we are unable to contact each applicant to provide information on application status by phone or e-mail. We are happy to consider your application and/or resume for employment and all qualified applicants will be considered. Selected applicants will be contacted by the hiring department for next steps in the selection process. Applicants who are not selected will not receive notification. However, we will keep your resume on file should an appropriate position become available. We look forward to hearing from you!
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2016-1057