Kwajalein Job Opportunities for 2/1/2020

Below is a listing of job opportunities on Kwajalein, Marshall Islands. Kwaj Net manually verifies each job posting, all of which have either been initially posted, or updated, within the last 2-3 weeks. Kwaj Net is not responsible for the state of expiration of the individual jobs beyond the date of this blog post.

Administrative Officer
(Closes 2/5/2020)

Serves as the Garrison’s primary administrative official with responsibility for planning, development, and execution of the GC Administrative Management Program. Participates in regular meetings with management to address administrative issues, resolve problems, and provide recommendations for correcting or improving the program. Serves as Publications Control Officer, responsible for the creation and management of all command publications. Manages the schedule and calendar of the Garrison Commander.

Budget Analyst NF-03
(Closes 2/7/2020)

Serves as a Budget Analyst for assigned Appropriated Fund (APF) and/or Nonappropriated Fund (NAF) programs. Assists in the development of reporting requirements for the preparation, collection, justification, and submission of budgetary data. Monitors the execution of approved budgets, to include obligations, expenditures and/or income. Assists with the overall issuance of APF/NAF execution reports and maintaining the financial integrity of applicable databases/financial information. Reviews, analyzes, edits, and consolidates budget submissions for assigned activities.

Pharmacy Technician

The project is one of the largest outsourced medical facilities in support of the Department of Defense located on Kwajalein and Roi-Namur. Intl SOS is the medical subcontractor under DynCorp International. The scenic chains of Islands are a strategic defense location equidistant from Hawaii, Australia and the Philippines. On Kwajalein, Intl SOS operates a 13 bed, Critical Access Hospital plus a dental clinic, a veterinary clinic, and is responsible for food service safety. Kwajalein is a 6.5 square mile Island where bikes are the primary mode of transportation. Residents enjoy premier scuba diving including access to historical wreckage from WWII, fishing, and quiet beaches. While there is no cell service, data apps work well when using Wi-Fi. Kwajalein is a close knit community of 1500 military personnel, army civilians, contractors and family members.

Physician General

The project is one of the largest outsourced medical facilities in support of the Department of Defense located on Kwajalein and Roi-Namur. Intl SOS is the medical subcontractor under DynCorp International. The scenic chains of Islands are a strategic defense location equidistant from Hawaii, Australia and the Philippines. On Kwajalein, Intl SOS operates a 13 bed, Critical Access Hospital plus a dental clinic, a veterinary clinic, and is responsible for food service safety. Kwajalein is a 6.5 square mile Island where bikes are the primary mode of transportation. Residents enjoy premier scuba diving including access to historical wreckage from WWII, fishing, and quiet beaches. While there is no cell service, data apps work well when using Wi-Fi. Kwajalein is a close knit community of 1500 military personnel, army civilians, contractors and family members.

Civil Engineer

The Civil Engineer will be responsible for providing technical analysis and engineering design as part of a multi-discipline team. He/she will support the development of designs related to site work, facility renovations and new construction as part of operations and maintenance of infrastructure at a military facility.

Project Engineer/Scheduler

Project Engineer interacts with QC, Safety and Superintendent to assist planning work activities per contract documents and quantifying productivity.

Laboratory Technician

Perform various lab and field tests. All work performed in a safe and professional manner.

Junior Network Support Technician

We have an immediate opening for a Junior Network Support Technician to join our rapidly growing team. The Network Support Technician works within a cohesive team environment and supports a large Government client with multiple locations and is responsible for troubleshooting in a secure operational environment.

Senior Network Engineer

We have an immediate opening for a Senior Network Engineer to join our rapidly growing team. The position requires an understanding of Army networks and Network Operations. Under general Under general direction, installs, configures, and supports an organization’s local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), Agency Internet Network (AIN), Intranet and Internet, and other data communications systems or a segment of a network system.

Project Superintendent

Provide onsite management for individual projects or task orders. Provide direct supervision of Project Foremen, Lead men, Tradesmen, and Laborers. Establish and maintain a good working relationship with the Project Manager, other Superintendents and management personnel. 5 years’ experience of Airfield construction including runway and Asphalt paving construction. Knowledge of FAA regulations required. Perform all work in a safe and professional manner.

General Foreman

The foreman directs construction activities at the project site in accordance with pre-established schedules, budgets, plans, specifications, and procedures. Responsibilities also include, but are not limited to, planning work, determining techniques to be used, and supervising, training, appraising, and apportioning work among crew personnel. All work to be performed in a safe and professional manner. Airfield construction including runway or asphalt paving experience required. Knowledge of FAA regulations required.

Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Foreman

The position requires working knowledge in areas of mechanical, electrical wiring and controls, plumbing, water and sewage treatment, including maintenance. P Solid skills in basic maintenance. Project management skills and the ability to resolve complex problems and issues. Planning, organizing, and scheduling skills. Knowledge of facility standards, codes, and regulations. Preferred experience in word processing, spreadsheets, and databases.

Environmental Manager

Responsible for overall management of environmental goals for the project and implementing procedures for environmental protection and compliance to local, state, federal and country laws. Establish and maintain effective working relationship with Project Manager, Superintendents, Quality Control Manager, Subcontractors, Suppliers and Customers.

Concrete Quality Manager Specialist

The CQC Concrete Quality Manager plans, directs and coordinates all on-site Concrete Quality Control (QC) activities to ensure compliance with applicable company, owner, and government regulations and requirements. The CQC Concrete Manager is responsible for implementing the Concrete QC Plan in its entirety and making appropriate and necessary changes to the plan throughout the project duration. Supports production personnel to ensure quality services. Develop, lead and maintain a team quality control working environment. Establish and maintain good working relationships with Government Inspectors/Contacts (CORs), QC Inspectors, Delivery Order Managers, Superintendents, Owner, Suppliers and Subcontractors.

Marine Manager

The Marine Manager will have overall responsibility for the oversight of all marine operations, engineering plant, and facilities.

Lead Plumber

Performs skilled installation, maintenance, replacement, and repair of plumbing systems and equipment in a variety of buildings and facilities. Leads and assigns the work of other building maintenance personnel. Performs related work as required. Oversees other facilities maintenance personnel, depending upon the projects assigned. Carries out all duties in accordance with DynCorp International ISO 9001 Quality and Safety Standards.

Parts Clerk

The primary function of the Parts Clerk is to ensure the timely receipt and issue of repair parts.

Network Analyst Technician Mid

The IT Network Analyst Technician Mid installs, analyzes, evaluates and supports network communications including LAN/WAN systems.

Teacher Assistant

The Teacher Assistant supports teachers with the implementation of the school’s instructional program for Grades K to 6. Provides a nurturing learning environment for every student.


The Firefighter is responsible for protecting lives and property from fire by performing rescue and firefighting operations that involve fires, vehicle accidents, and natural disasters.

Fire Crew Chief

The Fire Crew Chief leads a team to provide quality resource protection and fire fighting support for structural, aircraft, and other fire-related hazardous operations.

High School Principal

The High School Principal leads the operation of a high school at a military installation and adheres to academic standards supporting college preparatory and career ready programs. Develop curriculum to include educating students with disabilities and English as a second language (ESL).

Head of School / School Principal

The Head of School / School Principal is the designated lead principal for operation of Kwajalein Schools at United States Army Garrison Kwajalein Atoll. (USAG-KA) grades K-12. Kwajalein Schools are a contractor operated US government school for the United States Army Garrison-Kwajalein Atoll.

Store Manager

The Store Manager is responsible for the overall retail store management and operations in compliance with the guidance set forth in the contract to operate a retail store at a military installation.

Marine Mechanic IV

The Marine Mechanic IV operates independently to perform complex work on heavy duty engines with pistons which directly power multiple hydraulic and pneumatic systems and large multiple, interconnected engine systems, and heavy duty equipment such as marine operations watercraft, service craft, remotely operated vehicles and waterfront support equipment.

Aircraft Mechanic III (LUH 72)

The Aircraft Mechanic III maintains repairs and modifies aircraft structures, structural components and engines of complex to extreme difficulty.

Weld Shop Supervisor

The Weld Shop Supervisor is responsible for planning, organizing, directing and supervising assigned operations and maintenance activities.

Small Boat Marina Coordinator

The Small Boat Marina Coordinator supports the daily activities required to operate assigned Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) facilities.

IT Security Analyst Sr.

The IT Security Analyst Senior is responsible for the daily operation, maintenance, execution and enhancement of security and compliance processes and procedures with support and direction. Provides standard solution toolset as part of tracking, handling and resolution of detected and suspected information security and compliance events. Enables improvement in response to compliance and audit requests through gap capture and automation as part of request handling and response. Takes technical and/or professional leadership role during engagements supporting operational and strategic efforts in Information Security and Information Technology organizations. Sustains and grows improvements in security and compliance processes through analysis and reporting via status reports and escalation of events.

Engineering Technician-Transmitter Operator

Operate and help maintain the VHF and UHF transmitters; Assist in preventative, corrective and reactive maintenance; Respond to downtime events of the transmitter; Participate in the repair and testing of spares and track their availability; Assist in the maintenance of ancillary equipment such as water cooling systems and RF components; Assist in antenna maintenance when needed.

Engineering Technician III

Assist engineering staff with operations, maintenance, calibration, troubleshooting, repair and modification of C-band and Ka-band radar systems; Assist with equipment design modifications, including fabrication, drawings and testing; Perform necessary diagnostics and repair of radar equipment; Maintain maintenance schedules, spare parts, and equipment inventory; Support day-to-day operations with the Radar Operations Director to meet 24×7 radar mission requirements; Perform occasional shift work to support operational tasking; Perform other related duties as assigned; Support transmitter operations as back-up operator.

Windows Systems Administrator II

Install, maintain, and support multiple Windows-based servers and workstations on physical and virtual platforms in support of RTS initiatives; Perform backup and recovery duties for Windows and Linux systems; Troubleshoot issues that arise as well as look for issues proactively; Maintain a secure computing environment, including adherence to a backup schedule, patching of all systems, and applying applicable STIG settings; Deploy, configure, and maintain Windows systems; Manage users and groups within Active Directory; Secure physical and virtual machines to DISA STIG requirements; Perform other duties as necessary.

Occupational Health & Safety Lead

Develop, implement, update and oversee occupational health, safety, and environmental related policies, procedures, and best management practices in accordance with the RGNext Occupational Health & Safety Program, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the Department of Army Safety Program requirements; Monitor and support compliance relative to the US Army Kwajalein Atoll Range Engineering Contract performance work statements and contract deliverables for occupational health, industrial safety, and industrial hygiene management requirements including contractual commitments, laws and regulations; Coordinate with and provide technical assistance to project departments (e.g., Engineering, Technical Facilities, Range Instrumentation Departments, Mission Operations) with regard to compliance with project-specific occupational health and safety requirements and in safely planning and executing work activities; Participate in meetings with customers, project team members, and contractors/subcontractors to advise them of occupational health and safety requirements that may affect project design/schedule/cost; Develop, implement, update, and conduct classroom occupational health and safety related training. Assist in implementing the Employee Job Task Analysis (EJTA) training process; Contribute to the oversight of incident management, accident prevention programs, recognition, evaluation, and control of hazardous activities and/or conditions; Assess organizational work activities/processes, recommend safe work practices and assist departments in development and/or develop Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), Plan-of-the-Day and/or perform safety risk assessments; Establish, update and implement the Energized Work Permit process; Assist in management of Local Occupational Health Hazard Inventories (LOHHI) and of the implementation Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Hazard Assessment; Advise project leadership and employees of occupational health and safety noncompliance; stop work in imminent danger situations and under conditions of adverse health and environmental impact; develop project specific mitigation and reports actions to project leadership. Recommend acceptable work practices and ensure their implementation; Conduct facility safety inspections and/or Hazardous Materials, Waste and Petroleum Products (HMWPP) inspections. Supports facility custodian quarterly safety inspections and corrective action tracking; Perform programmatic occupational health and safety assessments (e.g., OSHA noise exposure, confined space, respiratory protection, etc.); Monitor regulatory standards for program update and application, where required; Conduct industrial hygiene surveys (e.g., noise, air quality, exposure monitoring, etc.); Participate in incident investigations related to operations which result in personal injury, illness, property damage; and/or near miss, document causative factors, and prepare reports. May participate in the Incident Review Board process; Support and actively participate in employee based safety programs including Employee Safety Management Committees and People Based Safety initiatives; May perform spill response activities; Execute other duties as assigned by the Occupational Health, Safety & Environmental Manager. Additional duties may include work assignments on outer islands; May support Hazardous Materials, Waste & Petroleum Products (HMWPP) programs; May support environmental programmatic elements.

Calibration Engineer

Provide calibrations and operations & maintenance support for ALCOR (C-band) and MMW (Ka-band) radar systems; Oversee design, development, installation and testing of radar hardware and software modifications and upgrades; Measure and analyze radar system performance; Perform real time operations at the radar console; Perform and analyze any calibration or system test at both ALCOR and MMW radars; Review all calibrations for errors, system anomalies, and long-term trends; Update calibrations documentation, including instructions and calibrations histories; Train personnel to qualify them as mission calibrations engineers or to perform routine calibrations; Assist in diagnostic efforts related to problems uncovered by system tests; Provide recommendations for calibration improvements and modifications; Perform other related duties as assigned.

Systems Engineer Senior Principal

Maintain, repair and improve UHF and VHF Transmitters as required to meet mission requirements; Direct activities of Field Engineers and Technicians with frequent “hands on’ troubleshooting; Respond to downtime events of the transmitter; Work with all engineering disciplines and management to meet mission requirements.

Systems Engineer

Responsible for the rocket flight safety systems located in Reagan Test Site; Operate, maintain, and upgrade both a land and sea based system. The systems include a variety of software and hardware (displays, electronics, high power transmitters, antennas and pedestals, networks, telemetry, communications, and facilities); The systems are located on a ship (USAV Worthy) and at sites on the islands of Kwajalein and Roi Namur; Responsible for project development and management, working with other engineers to provide leadership and technical oversight in projects for the land-based and ship-based systems; Lead technical staff in the preparation, planning and execution of flight safety operations; This involves all aspects of preparing the systems for missions; interfacing with government representatives, industry partners, and other contractors in a team environment; Represent the Range Safety group as a component of the larger mission support team at the RTS; Assist in creating required documentation including mission checklists, reports, summaries, and technical memos; Responsible for the site RF Safety program located at United States Army Garrison Kwajalein Atoll and Reagan Test Site. This includes working with others to accomplish the RF Safety training, surveys, and monitoring system changes; Review of new implementations and improvements to RF transmitting equipment for compliance with Safety requirements; This will include assisting with standard engineering analysis in the implementation of system upgrades and modifications across the range.

Senior Site Security Specialist/CSSR

Serve as a Senior Site Security Specialist/Contractor Special Security Representative (CSSR), working in support of Special Programs as well as various aspects collateral National Security Information (NSI) Security Program at US Army Kwajalein Atoll; Assist Security Manager to develop, administer and maintain a comprehensive security program in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment; Require to routinely interface with all levels of management and Government customers; Develop / implement / manage security policies, procedures and processes / best practice standards specific to program requirements such as Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Concept of Operations (CONOPs), etc; Conduct initial security briefings, debriefings, indoctrinations, pre-/post-foreign travel briefings and refresher briefings; Interpret and administer security doctrine, provide clear guidance to company & customer personnel and recommend modifications to operations policies or procedures, as appropriate; Develop and establish an effective security awareness, training, and education program; Conduct and support internal company and/or other customer security assessments; Conduct briefings and participate in technical meetings with internal / external customers; Conduct security incident / violation investigations and formally reporting investigation results; Compile data and provide necessary metrics or performance highlights; Special Program Administration: access control, TS accountability, preparing/tracking Program Access Requests (PARs).

Tech Control Technician II

Participates in conditioning, acceptance and quality testing of all DII links, trunks and circuits transiting the U.S. Army Kwajalein Atoll; Performs patching, testing, and frequency changing, troubleshooting, and restoration of all communications circuits interfacing the TCF; Verifies quality of communications circuits, channels, and equipment by use of appropriate test equipment; Applies established procedures using voice or data orderwires, in conjunction with local and distant facilities, to effect necessary operational adjustments; Performs HF frequency changes; Coordinates satellite links and line terminal operation as outlined in DCAC 310-70-1; Coordinates with local user agencies in matters related to circuit performance, capabilities and utilization; Performs special operational performance test and evaluation on new equipment, circuits or frequencies; Performs scheduled and demand maintenance and testing on all TCF equipment and circuits; Uses test equipment, such as transmission impairment measuring set, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzer, T-Berd 8000, T-Berd 4000, HST-3000, Fireberd 6000 Communications Analyzer, T-berd 224 PCM Analyzer, T-berd 310 Communications Analyzer, frequency counter, oscillators and other transmission impairment test equipment to detect and isolate equipment faults/circuit degradation and in performing restoral; Uses schematic diagrams, manufacturers service manual, and other documentation in determining equipment fault/circuit degradation and in performing repair/restoral; Operates Base Radio function IAW procedure outlined in ACP 113, 124, 125 and 147; Monitors and transmits as required on all international distress frequencies assigned to Kwajalein Atoll; Performs other duties as assigned; Submits corrections to DISAC 310-55-1 DISA DNC supplements or FCO instructions; Submits a DD Form 1368: Modified Use of Leased Communication Facilities on leased circuit outages when responsibility has been assigned, in accordance with DISAC 350-135-1 and DISAC 310-130-1, Submission of Telecommunications Service Requests; Reports meaconing, intrusion, jamming, and interference (MIJI) of electromagnetic systems, in accordance with service directives on all affected GIG systems, with an information copy to the FCO and the DISA elements; Participates in training of advance skill level and knowledge of subordinates and co-workers; Performs other duties as assigned.

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