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Community Planner (0020 job series)
Positions are involved in providing contractor guidance and documentation to assure contract compliance and quality assurance as pertains to facility planning, regional planning, special project planning, safety site planning, and economic analysis. Provides direct support to in-house and contracted planning projects by utilizing state of the art technical skills and techniques. Interpret laws, regulations and policies and apply innovative technical principles, practices and theories. Related Degrees: Urban Development & Planning, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Economics, Geography.
Computer Scientist (1550 job series)
Positions involve the application of, or research into, computer science methods and techniques to store, manipulate, transform or present information by means of computer systems. This involves the development, test, and evaluation of automated systems, programs, hardware and software interfacing techniques, and adapting advanced methods and techniques in computer science to solve complex and highly demanding computer processing requirements. Related Degrees: Computer Science.
Contract Specialist (1102 job series)
Positions are involved in the acquisition of supplies and services. Assignments may include requirements determination and contract planning, business evaluation and price-cost analysis, negotiation, contract administration, and contract termination. Related Degrees: Any Business Degree.
Engineering (0800 job series)
Positions perform professional engineering tasks to support acquisition programs, projects and activities. These may relate to the design, development, construction, fabrication, installation, modification and analysis of platforms (ships and airplanes); equipment; systems or system components; facilities; environmental protection, etc. Typical specialties may include aerospace, computer, electrical, electronics, chemical, architect, fire protection, environmental, marine, ocean, materials, civil, industrial, mechanical engineering and naval architect. Related Degrees: Any Professional Engineering Degree and MBA.
Financial Management Analyst (0501 job series)
Perform, advise on, or supervise work in any of the phases of budget administration when such work requires knowledge and skill in applying budget-related laws, regulations, policies, precedents, methods, and techniques. This typically involves analytical, technical, and administrative duties in one or more phases of the budgetary process, e.g. budget formulation and justification, presentation and enactment, or execution in support of the acquisition of platforms; equipment; systems; and international programs. Related Degrees: Finance, Accounting, or other Business.
Information Technology (2210 job series)
This series covers two-grade interval administrative positions that manage, supervise, lead, administer, develop, deliver, and support information technology (IT) systems and services. This series covers only those positions for which the paramount requirement is knowledge of IT principles, concepts, and methods; e.g., data storage, software applications, networking. Information technology refers to systems and services used in the automated acquisition, storage, manipulation, management, movement, control, display, switching, interchange, transmission, assurance, or reception of information. Information technology includes computers, network components, peripheral equipment, software, firmware, services, and related resources. Related Degrees: Computer Science, Computer Info Systems, or other Business.
Instructional Systems Specialist (1750 job series)
This series includes professional positions the duties of which are to administer, supervise, advise on, design, develop, or provide educational or training services in formal education or training programs. The work requires knowledge of learning theory and the principles, methods, practices and techniques of one or more specialties of the instructional systems field. The work may require knowledge of one or more subjects or occupations in which educational or training instruction is provided. Related Degrees: Instructional Systems Design, Education, or other Business.
Logistics Management Specialist (0346 job series)
Positions are involved in the identification of activities involved in providing logistics support, the integration of actions required of each activity into a comprehensive logistics plan, the monitoring of progress in meeting the planned requirements, the adjustments of logistics plans and schedules for all related actions, and coordination of efforts to effect the plan. This includes determining requirements for funds, manpower, facilities, equipment, transportation, communications, training, supplies and support services; as well as, the design and development, procurement, production, storage, maintenance, utilization and disposal of supplies and equipment. They may also be involved in acquisition of required support services such as transportation; communications; acquisition and training of personnel; and international programs support. Related Degrees: Supply Chain Management, or other Business.
Natural Resources Specialist (0401 job series)
Positions are involved in directing program requirements for natural resources consultation, technical reviews, and guidance on facility planning efforts, design and construction projects, real estate actions, environmental compliance documentation, and development of Integrated Natural Resources Management Plans for Navy and Marine Corps activities. Related Degrees: Biology, Natural Resource Management, Environmental Protection/Science.
Operations Research Analyst (1515 job series)
Positions perform professional and scientific work requiring the design, development and adaptation of mathematical, statistical, econometric, and other scientific methods and techniques to analyze problems of management and to provide advice and insight about the probable effects of alternative solutions to these problems. The primary requirement of the work is competence in the rigorous methods of scientific inquiry and analysis rather than in the subject matter of the problem. Related Degrees: Operations Research, Mathematics or Statistics.
Program Analyst (0343 job series)
This series covers positions that primarily serve as analysts and advisors to management on the evaluation of the effectiveness of government programs and operations or the productivity and efficiency of the management of Federal agencies or both. Positions in this series require knowledge of: the substantive nature of agency programs and activities; agency missions, policies, and objectives; management principles and processes; and the analytical and evaluative methods and techniques for assessing program development or execution and improving organizational effectiveness and efficiency. Related Degrees: Finance, Accounting, or other Business.
Psychologist (0180 job series)
Conducts analysis for specific programs relating to military training, interacting with multi-disciplined groups engaged in the conduct of instructional systems evaluations, training effectiveness assessments, training management studies/organizational analyses, staff studies, and other training analyses. Related Degrees: Industrial /Organizational, Human Factor, Cognitive, Experimental or Educational Psychology.
Realty Specialist (1170 job series)
Positions are involved in the identification of real estate requirements, including the design and preparation of real estate acquisition documents, obtaining and preparing documentation, planning and executing major administrative actions, analyzing proposed easements, leases, licenses, host-tenant real estate, and use agreements. Also involves the preparation of documents for disposal of excess property; and, providing technical advice to Navy and Marine Corps regarding real estate actions. Related Degrees: Realty, Urban Development & Planning.
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