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Most of our positions must be filled quickly, and we may not get an opportunity to post them on this web site. When a position becomes available, our resume database is our first source for our recruitment efforts. For this reason, we encourage you to submit your resume, even though you may not see a requirement on our web site. Each resume is documented and reviewed thoroughly for positions in the company for which you may be qualified. Your resume is then forwarded to department heads for consideration when openings occur.

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The nature of our work requires U.S. Citizenship, and eligibility for a security clearance is required for most of our positions.

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Applicant Drug Testing Statement:

McLaughlin Research Corporation (MRC) is committed to providing a safe working environment for our employees, and providing our customers with the highest quality of products and services possible. Substance abuse can seriously endanger employee safety and impact the quality of our products and services.

Within the limits of applicable federal, state or local laws, McLaughlin Research Corporation reserves the right to examine and screen/test for the presence of drugs and/or alcohol. All offers of employment will be contingent on a negative drug test result. A positive test result, refusal to test (including an adulterated or substituted test result), or failure to appear for testing as directed or at the scheduled time will result in withdrawal of the conditional job offer.

Current Listings

Title COMPUTER USER SUPPORT SPECIALIST 1840-JM
Location CA – SAN DIEGO
Job Description

COMPUTER USER SUPPORT SPECIALIST 1840-JM

McLaughlin Research Corporation’s San Diego location is actively seeking COMPUTER USER SUPPORT SPECIALIST BLS to assist personnel with computer hardware and software issues, including tracking issues, and following up with personnel on status.

 

Shall work closely with the Information System Security Officer (ISSO) on prioritizations and tasking. Tasking will also include Information Assurance support and working closely with the ISSO on task support needs.  Provide support in accordance with applicable Command and local policies and processes.

 

Tasks may include:

 

  • Inspecting equipment and prepare order sheets to prepare for delivery to users.
  • Preparing evaluations of software or hardware and recommending improvements or upgrades.
  • Answering user inquiries regarding computer software or hardware operation to resolve problems.
  • Overseeing the daily performance of computer systems.
  • Entering commands and observation system functioning to verify correct operations and detect errors.
  • Installing and performing minor repairs to hardware, software, or peripheral equipment, following design or installation specifications.
  • Setting up equipment for employee use, installing/routing cables, installing operating systems on computer hardware, or installing appropriate software. Contactor shall ensure equipment and software are properly installed.
  • Maintain records of daily data communication transactions, problems and remedial actions taken, or installation activities.
  • Monitoring consumable requirements and preparing documentation to order replacements.
  • Processing hazardous items for disposal in accordance with local and federal regulations.
  • Utilizing Government provided information, conducting research, providing recommendations and other pertinent information to Government representative, and assisting in implementing hardware and software items for existing and/or new projects.

 

Required Qualifications:

 

  • DOD Secret Clearance
  • COMP TIA Security +

 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience working with NMCI

 

PLEASE REFERENCE JOB #1840-JM WHEN APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION

 

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package.

 

 

 

 

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Title MECHANICAL ENGINEER (#1837-DR)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

MECHANICAL ENGINEER (#1837-DR)

McLaughlin Research Corporation, an established DoD engineering company, has an exciting opportunity for a mid-level Mechanical Engineer to join its specialized design team based in its New London, CT office.

  • The right candidate will support the development of Technical Data Packages (TDP) for temporary and permanent installations on various U.S. Navy submarine and surface ship classes.

 

  • The successful candidate would have the opportunity to work directly with senior engineers and would be expected to lead the engineering effort within a few years.

 

Required Qualifications:

 

  • A Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering or related field
  • 2 years’ experience in performing mechanical analysis (e.g. stress, thermal, hydrodynamic, and vibration)
  • Experience creating manufacturing/assembly drawings using Autodesk or Solidworks software.
  • Familiarity with Finite Element Analysis (FEA)
  • Willingness to learn electrical
  • Ability to create technical documentation using Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat software.
  • Ability to obtain a SECRET security clearance.
  • Customer interaction experience and great communication skills.
  • Ability to climb shipboard ladders and lift 25 pounds
  • Ability to travel on occasion to various naval stations to support system installation and shipchecks.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

 

  • 3-6 years’ experience
  • Mechanical design experience
  • Experience with Temporary Alteration (TEMPALT) & Ship Alteration (SHIPALT) development on United States Submarines.
  • Experience with MATHCAD Software.
  • Experience conducting Finite Element Analysis (FEA) using ANSYS software.
  • Knowledge of submarine Non-Propulsion Electronic Systems (NPES)

 

 

 

PLEASE REFERENCE JOB #1837-DR WHEN APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION

 

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package.

 

Applicants should apply on-line at MRCDS.COM under the “Job Posting Section”

 

 

 

 

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Title ELECTRICAL ENGINEER (Ref. #1842-RC)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER (Ref. #1842-RC)

Description

 

Immediate Full-Time opening at NUWC, Newport, RI for an Electrical Engineer to support review, development, production, integration, test and operation of hardware and software in Lightweight and Heavyweight Torpedo systems.

 

  • In this position, the engineer will be responsible for reviewing Lightweight and Heavyweight Torpedo specifications, procedures, and processes.
  • Providing support in systems engineering functions to allocate requirements to subsystems based upon higher level requirements and interface control documents.
  • Providing support in reverse engineering of existing analog circuit designs.
  • Providing support in analysis of hardware circuit schematics, read cable drawings, interpret existing signal requirements and establish new signal requirements based upon defined interfaces.

 

Required Qualifications

 

  • BS in Engineering from an accredited university
  • U.S. citizenship and eligibility for a security clearance required; current clearance a plus.

 

 

PLEASE REFERENCE JOB #1842-RC WHEN APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION

 

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package.

 

 

 

 

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Title MECHANICAL ENGINEER (Ref. #1829-RS)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

MECHANICAL ENGINEER (Ref. #1829-RS)

Description

Immediate opening for Mechanical Engineer in support of Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC).  The successful candidate will work as a member of the Torpedo Product Engineering team to provide technical support to a variety of Naval programs. Primary responsibilities include mechanical system analysis, 3D modeling of mechanical components and assemblies, preparation of engineering change packages, and performing stress analysis calculations.  Additional duties will include finite element analysis, tolerance stack-ups, and generation and review of engineering documentation packages (drawings, analyses technical manuals and specifications) for completeness and accuracy. Ability to obtain a DoD Secret clearance is required.

 

Required Qualifications

  • 5 – 10 years’ experience as a mechanical engineer
  • ability to obtain a secret clearance
  • proficient in 3D design using Solid Works
  • BS in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university
  • Experience in Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

 

Preferred Qualifications

  • current active secret clearance
  • experience in working with the DOD as an engineer
  • knowledge of Tomahawk Missile Launching Systems
  • certification in Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

 

PLEASE REFERENCE JOB #1829-RS WHEN APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION

 

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package.

 

Applicants should apply on-line at MRCDS.COM under the “Job Posting Section”

 

 

 

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Title MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN II (Ref. #1826-MB)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN II (Ref. #1826-MB)

MRC seeks a full-time Mechanical Technician at NUWC-Newport, RI.

 

Required Qualifications:

 

  • Applicant must possess 2-4 years’ experience assembling, operating, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing pneumatic and hydraulic systems.

 

  • A high degree of mechanical aptitude is required.

 

  • Applicant will be required to work as part of a team tasked to assemble, install and operate complex mechanical components in support of operational, performance and qualification testing.

 

  • Ability to read pneumatic and hydraulic schematics and interpret assembly drawings and parts lists required.

 

  • Basic computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office a plus.

 

  • The applicant must be eligible for a security clearance up to and including Secret level.

 

 

PLEASE REFERENCE JOB #1826-MB WHEN APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION

 

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package.

 

Applicants should apply on-line at MRCDS.COM under the “Job Posting Section”

 

 

 

 

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Title PERSONNEL ASSISTANT (Ref. #1824-DR)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

MRC has an immediate openings for a full time Personnel Assistant supporting the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Newport.  The qualified candidate will be responsible for providing a variety of administrative support to senior training specialists, including:

  • Accessing the Total Workforce Management System (TWMS) to generate reports and to credit employees
  • Creating flyers
  • Creating and managing rosters
  • Tracking participations/actions in various training programs
  • Sending requests for training documents
  • Copying and scanning documents
  • Generating various reports
  • Supporting new employee onboarding process
  • Assisting in entering SF182s in TWMS, as needed
  • Supporting onsite training events

Required Qualifications:

  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Security Clearance
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills
  • Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook Experience
  • Ability to be self-taught and participate in on-the-job training

 

 

PLEASE REFERENCE JOB #1824-DR WHEN APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION

 

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package.

 

Applicants should apply on-line at MRCDS.COM under the “Job Posting Section”

 

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Title SENIOR SYSTEMS ENGINEER (Ref.#1844-ES)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

SENIOR SYSTEMS ENGINEER Ref. (1844-ES)

McLaughlin Research Corporation is looking for a Part-time candidate to work at our Newport, RI location.

DESCRIPTION:

 

The Undersea Weapons, Vehicles and Defensive Systems Department, Code 85 of NUWCDIVNPT requires a Senior Level System Engineer to support efforts with PMS404 in the development of end to end programs to support the fleet. PMS404 is responsible for executing torpedo programs throughout the life-cycle for both Heavyweight and Lightweight Torpedoes. Support will consist of developing a road map of efforts from a programmatic and technical point of view.

 

PMS404 is broken down into a number of core areas: Research Development, Test and Engineering; Production, In-Service, and Foreign Military Sales, as well as, an Armament Cooperative Program with the Royal Australian Navy.  These core areas rely on working with the Office of Naval Research, Defense Advanced Research Project Agency, University Affiliated Research Centers, small and large businesses and subcontractors.

 

The individual required to support NUWCDIVNPT would have to possess strong communication skills, an understanding of the interactions of all the organizations above, strong systems engineering background and experience with developing strategic program plans.

 

Travel up to 25% of the time will be required.

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Experience in the development of Program Plans and Acquisition Documentation, and a deep understanding of Life Cycle System Engineering.
  • Knowledge of Budgeting Concepts and the flow down of funding is a key element in the development of Program Plans for developing programs.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Masters in Electrical Engineering
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project)

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package.

 

Applicants should apply on-line at MRCDS.COM under the “Job Posting Section”

 

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Title Information Assurance – Cybersecurity Analyst (Ref. #1810-RC)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

Information Assurance – Cybersecurity Analyst (Ref. #1810-RC)

MRC has 1 immediate opening for Information Assurance/Cybersecurity Analysts in Newport, RI providing onsite support to the Naval Undersea Warfare Center. As an Information Security Analyst, you will be on the front lines of monitoring and responding to threats and attacks against U.S. Navy information systems, primarily with research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E) systems.

Job Description:

  • Serve as the member of Information Assurance Vulnerability Management Team.
  • Responsible for maintain and upgrading a comprehensive enterprise vulnerability management program.
  • Act as the information security resource for interaction with all Codes in areas of Information Technology working to develop a set of mature security standards and best practices for identifying, prioritizing and re-mediating known vulnerabilities.
  • Maintain and evolve a mature set of vulnerability management processes covering all areas of technology.
  • Responsible for consolidating application and infrastructure vulnerabilities into one risk focused view to help guide senior management risk and remediation decisions.
  • Develop, build and implement a mature and robust set of metrics and reports
  • Provide Incident Response (IR) support when analysis confirms actionable incident.
  • Provide threat analysis as well as security advisory services
  • Responsible for presentation of the Information Assurance portion of the new hire training.
  • Investigate, document, and report on information security issues and emerging trends.
  • This position reports to the Information System Security Manager and has a dotted line to the Deputy Information System Security Manager.
  • Supports daily operational security activities such as responses to client inquiries regarding the information security program as required.
  • Participates as required in Incident Response activities.

 

Required Qualifications:

  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Security Clearance.
  • Must have a Secret security clearance
  • Security + certification
  • Bachelor’s Degree in IT related field or equivalent experience.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with TCP/IP Protocols, network analysis, and network/security applications such as Tenable Security Center and Nessus, Host Base Security System (HBSS), Splunk, Wireshark, and Security Technical Implementation Guides. (STIGs)
  • Familiarity with various security methodologies and processes, and technical security solutions (firewall and intrusion detection systems)
  • Experience with interpreting network traffic or alert logs to identify an attack pattern and recognize typical attack scenarios
  • Knowledge of common Internet protocols and applications
  • Strong knowledge of applicable compliance/risk concepts and methodologies
  • Strong collaborative and influencing skills
  • Attention to detail around controls, metrics, accountability and operational excellence
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and professional demeanor
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications

 

 

PLEASE REFERENCE JOB #1810-RC WHEN APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION

 

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package.

 

Applicants should apply on-line at MRCDS.COM under the “Job Posting Section”

 

 

 

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Title SYSTEMS ENGINEER (Ref. #1846-MB)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

SYSTEMS ENGINEER (Ref. #1846-MB)

McLaughlin Research Corporation (MRC) is seeking an intermediate-level Systems Engineer to support on-going systems engineering tasking within the NUWC Division, Newport Submarine Missiles Division. These systems employ electrical, electronic, mechanical, hydraulic, and other technologies. Responsibilities include performing system analyses, system design studies, system testing, data collection and analysis, development, review and update test procedures, and review of technical documentation.

 

Responsibilities include:

 

  • Candidate applies knowledge of system engineering and scientific methods and tools to define and characterize behavior of products and processes.

 

  • Integrate technical, cost, and safety considerations into the product definition to comply with Department of Defense requirements.

 

  • Develop and interpret requirements, drawings, data sets, reports, and specifications.

 

  • Interface with other members of project teams to define and implement engineering solutions to meet systems mission objectives.

 

  • Help resolve programmatic and technical problems that would affect cost, schedule, and performance. Develop, document and maintain processes, methods, and tools.

 

 

Required Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering or Related Field

 

  • 3-5 years of systems engineering experience to include the knowledge in system     development and analyses systems and tools.

 

  • The individual should be goal-oriented and have a strong work ethic.

 

  • The ability to multi-task and work in a team environment is essential.

 

  • The ability to develop solutions to complex technical problems.

 

  • This position requires the ability to obtain a US Secret Security Clearance.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

 

  • Submarine system or sub-system engineering and test experience is a plus.

 

PLEASE REFERENCE JOB #1846-MB WHEN APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION

 

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package.

 

 

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Title TECHNICAL WRITER Ref. #1841-JM
Location CA – SAN DIEGO
Job Description

TECHNICAL WRITER (Ref. #1841-JM)

MRC seeks a full-time Technical Writer in San Diego, CA.

Description:

  • Writes standardized material for reports, manuals, briefs, proposals, instruction books, and related technical and administrative publications concerned with work methods and procedures, and installation, operation, and maintenance of machinery or other equipment.
  • Organizes material and completes writing assignment according to set standards regarding order, clarity, conciseness, style, and terminology, may maintain records and files of work and revisions, selected photographs, drawings, sketches, diagrams, and charts to illustrate material, assist in laying out material for publication.
  • Researches, writes, edits, and proof-reads technical data for use in documents or sections of documents such as manuals, procedures and specification

Required Qualifications:

 

  • Technical Writing Education/Experience: Two years of experience writing and editing technical reports and/or manuals for internal documentation, customer reference, or publication

 

  • DoD Secret Clearance

 

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Title On-Call Office Mover (Ref. #1762)
Location CA – CORONA
Job Description

Seeking candidates to support base office moves as needed. Typical office moves involve disassembly and reassembly of office furniture including desks, tables, cabinets, chairs, and associated office and laboratory fixtures.

Work under this task will primarily be performed at NSWC Corona, CA. Work may also be performed at NWS Fallbrook, CA and NSWC Seal Beach, CA.

This is an on-call position and may involve weekend work to accomplish tasks.  Hours may not go over 1000 per year.

 

Required Qualifications

  • U.S. citizenship and eligibility for a security clearance required; current clearance a plus.

 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Detail-oriented, innovative, and proactive
  • Organized and capable of multitasking
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
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Title ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN III (Ref. #1724) (JM)
Location CA – SAN DIEGO
Job Description

The Engineering Technician III performs assignments that are not completely standardized or prescribed, selects or adapts standard procedures or equipment, using fully applicable precedents, receives initial instructions, equipment requirements, and advice from supervisor or engineer as needed, performs recurring work independently.  Work is reviewed for technical adequacy or conformity with instructions.

This technician performs at this level one or a combination of such typical duties as:

  1. Constructing components, sub-units, or simple models or adapts standard equipment; may troubleshoot and correct malfunctions;
  2. Following specific layout and scientific diagrams to construct and package simple devices and sub-units of equipment.
  3. Conducting various tests or experiments which may require minor modifications in test setups or procedures as well as subjective judgments in measurement, selecting, preparing, and operating standard test equipment and records test data;
  4. Extracting and compiling a variety of engineering data from field notes, manuals, lab reports, etc., processing data, identifying errors or inconsistencies, selecting methods of data presentation.
  5. Assisting in design modification by compiling data related to design, specifications, and materials that are pertinent to specific items of equipment or component parts; developing information concerning previous operational failures and modifications, and using judgment and initiative to recognize inconsistencies or gaps in data and seek sources to clarify information.

 

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Title ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN (Ref. #1723) (JM)
Location CA – SAN DIEGO
Job Description

Provide technical consultation to challenging Fleet Support scenarios on the Common Data Link Management System (CDLMS), JTIDS and MOS Link-16 Terminals, and newer system technologies scheduled for delivery.  Assist in the design improvements for CDLMS, NGC2P, and newly developed system technologies, along with the integration and testing of these systems before delivery to U.S. and FMS host nations.  Inspect fabricated cable assemblies and integrate them into the system IAW MILSPEC Standards.  This position may require travel to multiple locations throughout the world for SOVT and CASREP assistance, while at the same time providing distant support trouble-shooting services to the Fleet.

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Title ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN (Ref. #1807)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

Successful applicant must possess the necessary skills and abilities to support a full range of tasks including fabrication, disassembly, reassembly, testing, troubleshooting, and repair of electrical and electro-mechanical systems. A high degree of electrical aptitude is required. Detail oriented, attention to details is a must. Works well with others. Problem-Solving ability. Applicant needs to be able to be able to identify issues and make corrective measures to fix problems.

Duties and Responsibilities: Fabricate cable harnesses, fabricate Junction boxes and control/monitoring panels requiring intermediate level of mechanical assembly, perform functional and operational testing of electrical assemblies, and troubleshoot, repair, inspect and test electrical and electro-mechanical systems.

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Title GENERAL CLERK Corona, CA (Ref. #1742)
Location CA- NORCO
Job Description

MRC provides professional engineering services spanning the entire life cycle of systems, equipment, and facilities. Our mechanical, electrical, chemical, and civil engineering services range from conceptual studies though operational support to disposal and demilitarization, and in particular include design and development of modifications to in-service systems/equipment for incorporation of product improvement changes, reliability improvement changes, and functional capability upgrades.

We are currently seeking a General Clerk III for our location in Corona, CA.

  • Provide support to NSWC Corona Security and Badge office.
  • Program routine visitor badges, program classified visitor badges for access into level II spaces, and monitor alarm activity.
  • Troubleshoot access issues for Common Access Cards and NAVSEA local Badges.
  • Run reports through Alarm Monitoring software to see which employees and visitors have access to classified/level II spaces.
  • Maintain security database with employee’s personal information.
  • Ensure inventory of all NAVSEA visitor badges using an Excel spreadsheet.
  • Gather and store information using Excel for camera and audible recording devices.
  • Input/verify visitor’s security clearances using the Microsoft Access security database
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Title FACILITIES MANAGER (Ref. #1845-MB)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

FACILITIES MANAGER (Ref. #1845-MB)

McLaughlin Research Corporation has an immediate opening for a Facilities Manager to support our NUWC Division, Newport Code 40 customers.  An engineering degree is preferred and this position requires a minimum of 7 years of experience an engineering degree is preferred.  The successful candidate will act as a Point-Of-Contact (POC) for Code 40 facility maintenance and improvement projects.

 

The successful candidate must possess excellent communication skills, be able to work well as a part of a project team and have the ability to independently research and resolve technical issues.  An engineering degree and previous US Navy and/or DoD experience in the area of submarine missiles launching systems would also be a plus.

 

Duties and responsibilities also include:

 

–           Support initiatives associated with the upgrade, modernization and reutilization of Code 40’s land-based facilities, working collaboratively with system subject matter experts and Code 40 Safety Lead.

 

–           Develop office configuration plans and manage the execution of multiple office reconfigurations requiring interfacing with Division Newport facilities, outside vendors and Code 40 personnel.

 

–           Develop proposals for equipment and construction related projects that will result in enhanced capabilities for Code 40 labs and office spaces.

 

–           Assist Code 40 with MILCON planning, including requirements development, working with Code 1021 for project planning, and providing data inputs for MILCON documentation submittal.

 

–           Assist Code 40 Technical Programs with standing up new labs where needed, acting as a liaison to relay program requirements to Division Newport Facilities POCs, ensuring Lab Plans adhere to Division Newport guidance, coordinating procurement actions & work requests, and assisting with installations.

 

–           Respond to facilities and building data calls as required including the Facilities Technical Health Assessment and Facilities Infrastructure Study.

 

–           Update and maintain Department facilities plans.

 

–           Represent Code 40 in internal /external meetings concerning facilities as required.

 

–           Brief the Code 40 Management on the status of facilities projects and plans.

 

–           Participate in compliance inspections and audits of Department facilities and programs as needed and assist in addressing any findings.

–           Investigate potential areas for expansion to provide recommendations to the department for additional office space for department personnel.

 

–           Explore opportunities to improve conference room outfitting with IT equipment, furniture, support items and the like to maximize efficiency and productivity of scheduled meetings, conferences, training, etc.

 

–           Generating and reviewing technical documentation to include program plans, schedules, drawings and engineering change proposals in a Department of Defense environment; analyzing and tracking system-related risks and opportunities; tracking technical documentation through the approval process; as well as providing a variety of technical support to Government engineers and project managers.

 

Required Qualifications:

 

  • Active Security Clearance – Secret Level
  • Minimum 7 years of applicable experience
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

 

Preferred Qualifications:

 

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in an engineering discipline is preferred.
  • Previous US Navy or DoD experience in the area of submarine weapons and launcher systems

 

 

 

PLEASE REFERENCE JOB #1845-MB WHEN APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION

 

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Title WORD PROCESSOR (Ref. #1803)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

Word Processor produces a variety of standard documents, such as correspondence, reports, tables, Naval messages and other printed materials.  Documentation requires editing and reformatting written or electronic drafts. Additional requirements include access to classified systems, excellent working knowledge of DoD instructions and related requirements, proofreading skills and ability to review documentation/products to ensure compliance with established regulations.  Capability to train other word processors and provide oversight of output. Knowledge of specialized, technical or scientific terminology in support of the Undersea Defense & Intelligence Support Systems is a plus. Work requires both a comprehensive knowledge of word processing software applications (Microsoft Word), spreadsheet software (Microsoft Excel), office practices and a high degree of skill in applying software functions to prepare detailed documents and spreadsheets.

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Certified MS Word; Certified MS Excel; Navy Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport word processing experience.
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Title NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR (Ref. #1843-AG)
Location WA – KEYPORT
Job Description

 NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR (Ref. #1843-AG)

 

Seeking a Full-Time Network Administrator at our Keyport WA location, to provide technical support in the installation, maintenance, operation, troubleshooting, upgrading and re-configuration of Keyport’s corporate network components and cable facilities.

  • Plan and perform regular scheduled maintenance on network infrastructure hardware and software including switches, routers, 802.1x system, VPN appliances and VoIP components
  • Troubleshoot complex enterprise routed IPv4 and IPv6 switched networks and VoIP utilization modern network troubleshooting tools and sophisticated test equipment ensuring all equipment meets current DoD Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs) and Information Assurance Vulnerability Assessment (IAVA) requirements
  • Install, troubleshoot and provide preventative and corrective maintenance and repair of VoIP telephones and associated voicemail
  • Provide VoIP support to include call manager, voicemail systems, Cisco Emergency Response (CER) and PRI gateway routers
  • Install, move, configure, maintain, monitor performance, test and resolve problems for network hardware and software components
  • Provide documentation related to any equipment change or modification following a government owned configuration management plan
  • Update and maintain engineering drawings and operation documentation

Required Qualifications:

  • Active DoD Secret Security Clearance
  • Security + Certification

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Fiber Optics Installer Certification

 

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package.

 

 

 

 

 

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Title ALARM MONITOR (REF. #1700) (KEYPORT, WA)
Location VA – WASHINGTON
Job Description

Seeking an Alarm Monitor to help support the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Keyport Security Office in Keyport, WA.  This position requires the candidate to be a U.S. citizen and be able to obtain and maintain a U.S. DoD Secret security clearance. Responsible for monitoring and operating radio and telephone communications equipment, including the Secure Terminal Equipment (STE), naval message terminal, ordnance shipments, Lightning Detection and Display Alert System, Intrusion Detection Systems, monitor and operate badge reader access system terminal, and video surveillance security cameras.  Receive, store and release classified material, monitor helicopter operations and make designated notifications, receive range craft and facility trouble calls, and maintain the Command Log.  Inventory and issue keys form the Command’s Master key lockers.

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Title ACQUISITION ENGINEER (Ref. #1608)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

This position is located in the Quality Production & Logistics Branch, Code 8554.  Code 8554, The Quality, Producion, and Logistics Branch maintains and enhances the core expertise to acquire and provide torpedo enterprise war fighters with the most reliable, supportable, and maintainable torpedoes in the world.  Further, it is the responsibility of this branch to ensure that the product remains producible and that the life cycle sustainment aspects of torpedo hardware have been established and provided for.  This is accomplished by taking a system engineering approach to weapon life cycle support across the areas of Production/Acquisition Engineering, Configuration Management, Integrated Logistic Support (ILS), Quality Assurance (QA), and DoD Demilitarization (DEMIL).

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Title FACILITIES MANAGEMENT ANALYST (Ref. #1832-AG)
Location WA – KEYPORT
Job Description

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT ANALYST (Ref. #1832-AG)

Seeking a Full-Time Facilities Management Analyst to help support the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Keyport Facilities Branch in Keyport, WA.

This position requires the candidate to be a U.S. citizen and be able to obtain and maintain a U.S. DoD Secret security clearance. The selected candidate will provide facilities planning documentation support, including maintenance of project budget estimates, site pictures, suggested floor plans, updated project briefs and updates to all project completion data in a project tracking database.  Work includes the following:

  • Development of initial scope of work for proposed projects
  • Proposed project budget estimates
  • Code compliance subject matter expertise
  • Project design reviews
  • Track project completions
  • Initial cost estimates and award cost analysis

Preparation of Basic Facility Requirements that includes document layouts and space requirements in accordance with Navy/Marine Corps facility planning criteria.

 

Required Qualifications:

  • Requires a bachelor’s degree with 2-4 years of related experience or an associate’s degree with 6-8 years of experience in the field or a related area.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Proficiency with MS Office.
  • Must obtain a DoD secret security clearance prior to starting.

 

PLEASE REFERENCE JOB #1832-AG WHEN APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION

 

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package.

 

Applicants should apply on-line at MRCDS.COM under the “Job Posting Section”

 

 

 

 

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Title Systems Engineer (Junior, Journeyman, Senior) (Ref. #1806)
Location WA – KEYPORT
Job Description

Job Title:  Systems Engineer (Junior, Journeyman, Senior)

U.S. citizenship and eligibility for a security clearance required; current clearance a plus.

Position Description:

This position will involve engineering and technical support required across several departments

of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division, Keyport Washington:

System Acceptance & Operational Readiness Department (Code 20):  The System Acceptance & Operational Readiness Department plans, organizes, directs, and controls NUWC Division, Keyport’s Test, Training and Evaluation (TT&E) of undersea warfare (USW) systems and operational readiness assessment support for acquisition and Fleet customers. Code 20 conducts system evaluation activities throughout all phases of the acquisition life cycle including technology development, system design, development, and production, and in-service readiness assessment.

Undersea and Combat Systems Depot (UCSD) (Code 31):  The Undersea and Combat Systems Depot (UCSD) provides repair services for mechanical, electro-mechanical, and electronics systems, assemblies, and components. The UCSD provides a continuum of expert level skills including evaluating electronic, mechanical, and electro-mechanical components for feasibility of repair, repair of items to customer specifications, reverse engineering, maintenance planning and engineering, obsolescence management, and application of new maintenance technologies. The Depot exists to ensure continuity of support often as the last resort source of repair for items abandoned by industry for business or technological reasons, past their technology lifecycle, or as an alternative supplier in cases of critical need.

Rapid Prototyping and Fabrication Technology Division (Code 32):  The Rapid Prototyping and Fabrication Technology Division provides engineering, production, and test services required to establish a cost effective and timely source of supply for systems, assemblies, technical data, and components of varying complexity. Code 32 also provides mitigation against obsolescence by establishing a source of supply, maintaining an organic manufacturing capability, and providing technical expertise and leadership. Leading edge technological advancement in areas related to rapid prototyping, fabrication, and custom engineered solutions (CES) are also a specialty.

In-Service Engineering Department (Code 40):  The In-Service Engineering Department plans, organizes, directs and controls NUWC Division, Keyport’s efforts to ensure Fleet operational readiness through life-cycle support of combat and weapon systems. Code 40 provides In-Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) and other technical authority functions as assigned, including design, production, test, fielding, sustainment, and improvement modifications. Capabilities include systems engineering, Fleet technical support, lifecycle logistics, obsolescence management, and acquisition engineering support. Program responsibilities include submarine systems, Naval training systems, undersea warfare weapons and vehicles, and surface warfare systems. Products and services include commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) integration and supportability, software development, technology refreshment, obsolescence management, advanced training systems, distance support, logistics support, direct waterfront support, information assurance (IA)/cyber security, and information systems. Code 40 also provides systems and project engineering leadership for assigned integrated warfare systems technical programs and project team leadership on traditional and non-traditional work assignments, including technology insertion of aircraft carrier and surface combat systems and air and surface ship acoustic sensors, standard equipment, COTS hardware and software, and supply agent projects.

The ideal candidate will have an understanding of military specifications and requirements, drawings and other documents used to support military systems.

 

 

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Title Electrical/Electronic Engineer (Junior, Journeyman, Senior) (Ref. #1804)
Location WA – KEYPORT
Job Description

Job Title:  Electrical/Electronic Engineer (Junior, Journeyman, Senior) ref. 1804

U.S. citizenship and eligibility for a security clearance required; current clearance a plus.

Position Description

This position will involve engineering and technical support required across several departments

of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division, Keyport Washington:

System Acceptance & Operational Readiness Department (Code 20):  The System Acceptance & Operational Readiness Department plans, organizes, directs, and controls NUWC Division, Keyport’s Test, Training and Evaluation (TT&E) of undersea warfare (USW) systems and operational readiness assessment support for acquisition and Fleet customers. Code 20 conducts system evaluation activities throughout all phases of the acquisition life cycle including technology development, system design, development, and production, and in-service readiness assessment.

Undersea and Combat Systems Depot (UCSD) (Code 31):  The Undersea and Combat Systems Depot (UCSD) provides repair services for mechanical, electro-mechanical, and electronics systems, assemblies, and components. The UCSD provides a continuum of expert level skills including evaluating electronic, mechanical, and electro-mechanical components for feasibility of repair, repair of items to customer specifications, reverse engineering, maintenance planning and engineering, obsolescence management, and application of new maintenance technologies. The Depot exists to ensure continuity of support often as the last resort source of repair for items abandoned by industry for business or technological reasons, past their technology lifecycle, or as an alternative supplier in cases of critical need.

Rapid Prototyping and Fabrication Technology Division (Code 32):  The Rapid Prototyping and Fabrication Technology Division provides engineering, production, and test services required to establish a cost effective and timely source of supply for systems, assemblies, technical data, and components of varying complexity. Code 32 also provides mitigation against obsolescence by establishing a source of supply, maintaining an organic manufacturing capability, and providing technical expertise and leadership. Leading edge technological advancement in areas related to rapid prototyping, fabrication, and custom engineered solutions (CES) are also a specialty.

In-Service Engineering Department (Code 40):  The In-Service Engineering Department plans, organizes, directs and controls NUWC Division, Keyport’s efforts to ensure Fleet operational readiness through life-cycle support of combat and weapon systems. Code 40 provides In-Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) and other technical authority functions as assigned, including design, production, test, fielding, sustainment, and improvement modifications. Capabilities include systems engineering, Fleet technical support, lifecycle logistics, obsolescence management, and acquisition engineering support. Program responsibilities include submarine systems, Naval training systems, undersea warfare weapons and vehicles, and surface warfare systems. Products and services include commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) integration and supportability, software development, technology refreshment, obsolescence management, advanced training systems, distance support, logistics support, direct waterfront support, information assurance (IA)/cyber security, and information systems. Code 40 also provides systems and project engineering leadership for assigned integrated warfare systems technical programs and project team leadership on traditional and non-traditional work assignments, including technology insertion of aircraft carrier and surface combat systems and air and surface ship acoustic sensors, standard equipment, COTS hardware and software, and supply agent projects.

The ideal candidate will have an understanding of military specifications and requirements, drawings and other documents used to support military systems.

The ideal candidate will have an understanding of military specifications and requirements, drawings and other documents used to support military systems.

 

 

Required Qualifications:

 

Junior Level:  A bachelor of science degree in electrical/electronic engineering, or higher, is desired.

 

Journeyman Level:  A bachelor of science degree in electrical/electronic engineering, or higher, is desired.  A minimum of four years of experience in electrical engineering for complex systems, including design, development, integration, test, and deployment is desired.

 

Senior Level:   A bachelor of science degree in electrical/electronic engineering, or higher, is desired.  A minimum of seven years of experience in electrical engineering for complex systems, including design, development, integration, test, and deployment is desired.

 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

 

Experience using LabVIEW, MATLAB, programming/scripting, and T&E analysis is desired. Experience in circuit design (analog and digital), power, fixturing, test equipment, and Test Program Set (TPS) development is desired.

 

U.S. Navy submarine/underwater warfare system experience a plus.

 

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Title Mechanical Engineer (Junior, Journeyman, Senior) (Ref. #1805)
Location WA – KEYPORT
Job Description

Job Title:  Mechanical Engineer (Junior, Journeyman, Senior)

U.S. citizenship and eligibility for a security clearance required; current clearance a plus.

Position Description

This position will involve engineering and technical support required across several departments

of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division, Keyport Washington:

System Acceptance & Operational Readiness Department (Code 20):  The System Acceptance & Operational Readiness Department plans, organizes, directs, and controls NUWC Division, Keyport’s Test, Training and Evaluation (TT&E) of undersea warfare (USW) systems and operational readiness assessment support for acquisition and Fleet customers. Code 20 conducts system evaluation activities throughout all phases of the acquisition life cycle including technology development, system design, development, and production, and in-service readiness assessment.

Undersea and Combat Systems Depot (UCSD) (Code 31):  The Undersea and Combat Systems Depot (UCSD) provides repair services for mechanical, electro-mechanical, and electronics systems, assemblies, and components. The UCSD provides a continuum of expert level skills including evaluating electronic, mechanical, and electro-mechanical components for feasibility of repair, repair of items to customer specifications, reverse engineering, maintenance planning and engineering, obsolescence management, and application of new maintenance technologies. The Depot exists to ensure continuity of support often as the last resort source of repair for items abandoned by industry for business or technological reasons, past their technology lifecycle, or as an alternative supplier in cases of critical need.

Rapid Prototyping and Fabrication Technology Division (Code 32):  The Rapid Prototyping and Fabrication Technology Division provides engineering, production, and test services required to establish a cost effective and timely source of supply for systems, assemblies, technical data, and components of varying complexity. Code 32 also provides mitigation against obsolescence by establishing a source of supply, maintaining an organic manufacturing capability, and providing technical expertise and leadership. Leading edge technological advancement in areas related to rapid prototyping, fabrication, and custom engineered solutions (CES) are also a specialty.

In-Service Engineering Department (Code 40):  The In-Service Engineering Department plans, organizes, directs and controls NUWC Division, Keyport’s efforts to ensure Fleet operational readiness through life-cycle support of combat and weapon systems. Code 40 provides In-Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) and other technical authority functions as assigned, including design, production, test, fielding, sustainment, and improvement modifications. Capabilities include systems engineering, Fleet technical support, lifecycle logistics, obsolescence management, and acquisition engineering support. Program responsibilities include submarine systems, Naval training systems, undersea warfare weapons and vehicles, and surface warfare systems. Products and services include commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) integration and supportability, software development, technology refreshment, obsolescence management, advanced training systems, distance support, logistics support, direct waterfront support, information assurance (IA)/cyber security, and information systems. Code 40 also provides systems and project engineering leadership for assigned integrated warfare systems technical programs and project team leadership on traditional and non-traditional work assignments, including technology insertion of aircraft carrier and surface combat systems and air and surface ship acoustic sensors, standard equipment, COTS hardware and software, and supply agent projects.

The ideal candidate will have an understanding of military specifications and requirements, drawings and other documents used to support military systems.

 

 

 

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Title Environmental Planner with Marine Biology experience (Ref. #1338)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

Successful candidate will join an interdisciplinary team of marine biologists and environmental planners to provide technical expertise in support of Navy at-sea environmental planning projects. Candidate will develop Environmental Assessments and Environmental Impact Statements, as well as supporting documentation. Knowledge of NEPA, MMPA, ESA, or other marine policy is helpful. Successful candidate will have a strong background in writing and marine science. Experience with environmental planning and supporting or leading projects involving assessment of effects to marine species is preferred. Candidate will be required to work in teams including staff scientists and engineers, government personnel, and academic researchers. Candidate will prepare documents, provide and adhere to timelines, work on multiple projects simultaneously, and brief customers on projects. Candidate may travel to trainings or meetings.

Effective communication and interpersonal skills are absolutely necessary. Candidate should have a strong initiative; willingness to meet deadlines and adhere to schedules; experience multi-tasking and managing multiple, simultaneous, and diverse projects; ability to take ownership and accountability for a project and follow through to ensure completion of tasks. Successful candidate will be motivated and eager to address complex environmental issues involving biological, physical, and acoustic oceanography.

Efficient computer skills for technical writing and reviewing documents are also necessary.

 

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Title SOFTWARE ENGINEER (Ref. #1474)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

MRC is looking for software professionals who will work directly with the Torpedo Systems Engineering Division Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport, in support of development, production, integration, test and operation of hardware and software in Lightweight and Heavyweight Torpedo systems.  Duties for these positions may include, but are not limited to: Providing support in the development and review of C/C++ Programming;  Providing support software development, design and documentation; Providing support in developing/updating software engineering processes (CMMI or similar); Providing support software change management; Providing support in development and analysis of electronic circuits utilizing MATLAB programming. Candidates for these positions should have good oral and written communication skills as well as a knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. Required Qualifcations:  Applicants must have an active, or be eligible for, US Government Secret security clearance. Candidates must possess at least three of the following skills: Experience with MATLAB and/or C/C++ programming; Software Development, Design and Documentation; Systems Engineering Processes with respect to Software (CMMI or similar); Software Change Management / Clear Case; Software Testing and Regression Compatibility. Prerferred Qualifications: Knowledge of any of the following would be preferred: Prior Torpedo experience; Acoustics; Robotic Control Systems; Data Analysis / Signal Analysis; Middleware Layer; Hardware layer; VxWorks; DOORS.

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Title CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST (Ref. #1799-F)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

Provide Configuration management support for the torpedo program at NUWC. Support will include the review and development of Engineering Change Proposals and the tracking of implementation of the change documentation. Support will also include the maintenance of the data in the CMPro configuration management tool including the status of changes, documentation approvals and the verification and development of baselines. Compile, edit and prepare status reports and baselines as required by NUWCDIVNPT schedules. Research change documentation in support of inquiries. Review and enter all new Technical Data Packages into the CMPro database.

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Title TEST SET ENGINEER (Ref. #1799-G)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

Assist the test set group with the design/re-design, operation and upgrade of heavyweight and lightweight torpedo test sets. Travel may be required occasionally to support test set located at remote sites or foreign military sites.

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Title TECHNICAL LIBRARIAN (Ref.#1799-C)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

Supports the Code 85 media center by providing superior customer service to all users of the LCSF Library. Maintains integrity of the LCSF library inventory by properly cataloguing and tracking both the physical items and electronic records according to the appropriate procedures.  Duties/responsibilities:  Assists users with media requests, database searches, and general inquiries.  Processes checkout, check-in, catalog requests, destruction, and transmittal transactions.   Maintains SOPs for the LCSF library in accordance with policy changes.  Completes miscellaneous projects (e.g. annual inventory, report generation, etc.) as assigned.  Performs backup reception duties, including answering and transferring calls, paging, scheduling for the conference room, and completing badge check and sign-in procedures for all visitors to the LCSF.  Follows the appropriate opening and closing procedures for the LCSF library when applicable.

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Title HIGHLIGHTS PROCESSOR (Ref. #1722)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

Opening for an individual who understands the operations of the Torpedo department and can understand and consolidate highlights into weekly/monthly reports for distribution to customers. Must be able to work independently and have excellent communication skills to be able to interface with people as required to get the necessary information for the reports. Must have a good writing skills and an excellent use of English language. The ERP DB operator will require some knowledge of databases and the ability to set/modify permissions as necessary for new employees or employees whose tasking has been modified. This individual will need to ask questions to verify what permissions will be required for their particular tasking and then set/modify as required.

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Title TECHNICAL ANALYST (Ref. #1436)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

Immediate opening – great opportunity for someone with Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematician degree, or closely related areas. This position requires a motivated team player with excellent customer relations and interpersonal communications skills. Job duties are varied and complex analyzing data, reporting results, using software tools and interpreting test date from weapons systems. A plus is experience with MATLAB. Navy Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport Experience.

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Title INTERNSHIP – ELECTRICAL ENGINEER (REF. #1593)
Location RI – MIDDLETOWN
Job Description

There are no current internships available.   We highly recommend submitting an application and resume to be considered for our future openings.  Applicants must be US Citizens and have the ability to obtain a Security Clearance should it be necessary.

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Title INFORMATION ASSURANCE ANALYST (Ref. #1799A)
Location WA – KEYPORT
Job Description

MRC has immediate openings for Information Assurance Support at NUWC Keyport.

This position will provide IA support to include all steps using the Risk Management Framework process to obtain an Authority to Operate (ATO) for existing and future systems.  Perform system administration and IA/Patch management functions.  Maintain system integrity and connectivity, ensure compliance with information security policies and maintain system backup and recovery capabiity.  Review Information Assurance & Vulnerabilities Assessments (IAVA) and Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIG) for supported operating systems, implement and verify the implementation of the fixes.  Ensure compliance by using mandated and government-provided automated scanning tools, and provide mitigations as applicable.  Document system configuration and create images utilizing various tools.

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