SimIS, Inc offers a challenging and rewarding working environment providing you with the tools and structure you need to succeed and provides a teaming environment allowing you to work beside other top scientist, engineers and technologist. SimIS seeks to hire the top individuals in each of the disciplines required for our customers and also promotes a strong sense of family and team effort. We are currently looking for exceptional professionals to join our team.

SimIS Careers

Suffolk, VA:

Information Systems Technician / System Administrator
Journeyman Enterprise Architect

Northern VA:

Engineer/Analyst III Architect
Engineer/Analyst IV
Junior Engineer/Analyst II Architect
Subject Matter Expert Architect

Pentagon DC:

Lead Military Analyst
War Reserve System Analyst Sr.

 

 

 

Information Systems Technician / System Administrator Submit Resume

Education:

Required: Associate’s Degree and 5 years of experience.

Desired: Bachelor’s Degree 3 years of experience.

Specified discipline: Degree in information technology , Networking, Network Security, or related field desired.

Special Requirements: Appropriate certifications (Microsoft 2000/2003, Cisco, etc.)

Experience:

Minimum 2 years General PC Hardware Troubleshooting.

Minimum 2 years Experience with Windows 2000/2003 Networks a must.

Experience working with Compaq Server/Dell Workstations & Laptops desired.

Experience with Unix/Solaris and Customer Service Experience

Job Description:

  • Provide Customer Service to several in house and external JT&Es and QRTs as needed.
  • Maintain User workstations consisting of Windows 2000/XP, Office 2000/XP/2003. Knowledge of additional software a plus.
  • Maintain Servers on multiple individual networks to include Exchange 2000/2003, 11S 6.0, Windows 2003 Active Directory, Brightstor Arcserve for Windows.
  • Maintain Cisco Routers and switches used for network connectivity.
  • Use of Active Directory and Global Policies for account management and overall network security.
  • Use of in house Audio Visual System, to include setup of presentations from external sources.
  • Setup and maintenance of Phone system.
  • Provide Web site support and limited connectivity to other JT&E Programs.
  • Setup/Maintain Office printers/copy machines.
  • Occasional travel required.
  • Operate/maintain Defense Message System (DMS)

Required Skills:

  • CUSTOMER SERVICE
  • Windows 2000/2003 Server
  • Windows 2000/2003 Active Directory Setup and Troubleshooting (i.e. DNS Setup)
  • 11S 6.0 (i.e. Web Site Configuration)
  • Microsoft Exchange 2000/2003
  • Microsoft Office 2000/XP/2003
  • Strong research capabilities (including Internet, document, and interviews)
  • Knowledge of Network Printer setup/maintenance.
  • Understanding of networking concepts (DNS, DCHP, etc) including physical cabling.

Desired Skills:

  • Knowledge of the JT&E Program
  • Web page development
  • Understanding of Security Procedures for Classified storage and information dissemination.
  • Brightstor Arcserve Backup
  • Cisco Router and Switch Configuration.
  • Additional Software required by the programs.. Adobe Office Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, Acrobat), Corel Draw, WinZip, Netscape, Symantec Anti Virus/Mail Security for Exchange.
  • Understanding on Email Gateway configuration as well as Front End/Back End Exchange Configurations.
  • Oracle Server setup and maintenance (physical hardware, not running the actual Oracle Database)

 

 

Journeyman Enterprise Architect Submit Resume

Must possess experience that demonstrates increasing responsibilities for C4ISR and/or assessment type project execution and analysis. The Architecture Analyst shall have demonstrated analytical and project related ability in the scope and depth of tasks. This position requires a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5 years of military or civilian equivalent experience in architecture development and subject matter analysis.

Identify, analyze, and document C4/Cyber systems and characteristics such as, type, weight and size, power sources, frequency range and spectrum requirements, waveforms, encryption, information exchanges, data throughput capacity, information assurance attributes and networks.

Analyze and make recommendations on Joint Information Environment architectures to include Portfolio Service Element Descriptions, Technical Architecture Descriptions, Engineering Design Specifications, Functional Requirements Documents and Security Requirement.

Analyze and make recommendation on JCIDS/JMRS capability documents, Integrated Priority Lists (IPLs)/Capability Gap Assessment (CGA) gaps, Global Information Grid Technical Guidance Federation (GTG-F) Information Support Plans (ISPs) solutions, redundancies and interdependencies, and make recommendations that meet joint requirements, Key Performance Parameters and system of system capability.

Analyze, and assess Warfighting Mission Area activities, key information exchanges, services, systems, technical/data standards and capabilities in support of Joint Requirements Oversight Council.

Review existing and emerging DoD policies and provide recommendations addressing C4/CYBER capabilities, architectures, technical standards and Information Technology.

Applicant must possess a secret level security clearance with an ability to acquire a TS/SCI within a year.

Engineer/Analyst III Architect Submit Resume

SimIS, Inc. is currently seeking an eager, high-energy person to be an Engineer/Analyst III Architect.

Division: Architecture

Location: Northern, VA

Job Objective: The Enterprise Architect provides solutions to complex problems of diverse scope where analysis of situation or data requires an in-depth evaluation of various factors. The EA researches, develops, documents, and analyzes enterprise, operational, and system architectures for the Headquarters Marine Corps (HQMC) Capability Development and Integration (CD&I) and other Department of Defense (DoD) and government agencies, identifying mission capability gaps and overlaps, and recommending architectural, IT, or process solutions. The Enterprise Architect develops fit for purpose and DoD Architecture Framework-compliant views and associated data; and works with functional subject matter experts to collect and describe both current and future capabilities, operational activities, system functions, business processes, operational and systems nodes, and associated data and messages to include inputs, controls, outputs, and mechanisms. The Enterprise Architect prepares, staffs, and publishes formal architecture documents, produces architecture development plans and reports and conducts staff actions (tasks, papers, briefings, etc.) as required.

Responsibilities:

  • Production of DoDAF Compliant and Fit-for-Purpose architecture views within the DOTMLPF domains
  • Production of Capability Architectures and Mission Threads
  • Work with functional subject matter experts to collect and describe operational activities, system functions, capabilities, processes, operational and systems nodes, and associated data, messages, inputs, controls, outputs, and mechanisms.
  • Prepare, staff, and publish formal architecture documents.
  • Conduct staff actions (tasks, papers, briefings, etc.)
  • Research, develop/document, and analyze US Marine Corps architectures (including business/war fighting/enterprise information environment/intelligence processes and information technology) to identify mission capability gaps, overlaps, and shortfalls; determine and recommend architectural, IT, or process solutions; and research and develop other architecture related documents and plans.
  • Participate in DOD Enterprise Architecture conferences; generate minutes and capture key action items.

Key Competencies /Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Four or more years of modeling experience or eight years general engineering experience
  • Formal DoD Architecture development education and/or equivalent enterprise architecture development experience Working knowledge/experience with the DM2
  • Experience with business process analysis and redesign
  • Extensive knowledge of the DoDAF, DoD Net-Centric and Data Strategies, DoD Information Assurance Guidance, and the DoD Federation Strategy is required
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Good analytical and problem solving skills
  • Working familiarity with architecture tools (i.e. IBM® Rational® System Architect®) with a particular emphasis on the ability to produce complex and detailed reports and presentations using the tools.
  • Microsoft Word and PowerPoint user capabilities to develop reports and presentations.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills, including the ability to develop analytical documents and present oral briefs to leadership.
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
  • Enterprise Architecture Certification preferred
  • USMC or military experience preferred

Engineer/Analyst IV Submit Resume

SimIS, Inc. is currently seeking an eager, high-energy person to be an Engineer/Analyst IV Architect.

Division: Architecture
Location: Northern, VA

Job Objective: The Enterprise Architect provides solutions to complex problems of diverse scope where analysis of situation or data requires an in-depth evaluation of various factors.  The EA  researches, develops, documents, and analyzes enterprise, operational, and system architectures for the Headquarters Marine Corps (HQMC) Capability Development and Integration (CD&I) and other Department of Defense (DoD) and government agencies, identifying mission capability gaps and overlaps, and recommending architectural, IT, or process solutions.  The Enterprise Architect develops fit for purpose and DoD Architecture Framework-compliant views and associated data; and works with functional subject matter experts to collect and describe both current and future capabilities, operational activities, system functions, business processes, operational and systems nodes, and associated data and messages to include inputs, controls, outputs, and mechanisms. The Enterprise Architect prepares, staffs, and publishes formal architecture documents, produces architecture development plans and reports and conducts staff actions (tasks, papers, briefings, etc.) as required.

Responsibilities:

  • Production of DoDAF Compliant and Fit-for-Purpose architecture views within the DOTMLPF domains
  • Production of Capability Architectures and Mission Threads
  • Work with functional subject matter experts to collect and describe operational activities, system functions, capabilities, processes, operational and systems nodes, and associated data, messages, inputs, controls, outputs, and mechanisms.
  • Prepare, staff, and publish formal architecture documents.
  • Produce architecture development plans and reports.
  • Conduct staff actions (tasks, papers, briefings, etc.)
  • Research, develop/document, and analyze US Marine Corps architectures (including business/war fighting/enterprise information environment/intelligence processes and information technology) to identify mission capability gaps, overlaps, and shortfalls; determine and recommend architectural, IT, or process solutions; and research and develop other architecture related documents and plans.
  • Participate in DOD Enterprise Architecture conferences; generate minutes and capture key action items.

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Six or more years of modeling experience, 10 years general engineering experience
  • Formal DoD Architecture development education and/or equivalent enterprise architecture development experience Working knowledge/experience with the DM2
  • Experience with business process analysis and redesign
  • Extensive knowledge of the DoDAF, DoD Net-Centric and Data Strategies, DoD Information Assurance Guidance, and the DoD Federation Strategy is required
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Good analytical and problem solving skills
  • Working familiarity with architecture tools (i.e. IBM® Rational® System Architect®) with a particular emphasis on the ability to produce complex and detailed reports and presentations using the tools.
  • Working knowledge of the DoD Architecture Framework and other key DOD architecture and strategic planning instructions.
  • Advanced Microsoft Word and PowerPoint user capabilities to develop reports and presentations.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills, including the ability to develop analytical documents and present oral briefs to senior leadership.
  • Ability to work independently with little direction and guidance and as a member of a team.
  • Enterprise Architecture Certification preferred
  • USMC or military experience preferred

Junior Engineer/Analyst II Architect Submit Resume

SimIS, Inc. is currently seeking an eager, high-energy person to be a Junior Engineer/Analyst II Architect.

Division: Architecture
Location: Northern, VA

Job Objective: The Enterprise Architect provides solutions to complex problems of diverse scope where analysis of situation or data requires an in-depth evaluation of various factors. The EA researches, develops, documents, and analyzes enterprise, operational, and system architectures for the Headquarters Marine Corps (HQMC) Capability Development and Integration (CD&I) and other Department of Defense (DoD) and government agencies, identifying mission capability gaps and overlaps, and recommending architectural, IT, or process solutions. The Enterprise Architect develops fit for purpose and DoD Architecture Framework-compliant views and associated data; and works with functional subject matter experts to collect and describe both current and future capabilities, operational activities, system functions, business processes, operational and systems nodes, and associated data and messages to include inputs, controls, outputs, and mechanisms. The Enterprise Architect prepares, staffs, and publishes formal architecture documents, produces architecture development plans and reports and conducts staff actions (tasks, papers, briefings, etc.) as required.

Responsibilities:

  • Production of DoDAF Compliant and Fit-for-Purpose architecture views within the DOTMLPF domains
  • Production of Capability Architectures and Mission Threads
  • Work with functional subject matter experts to collect and describe operational activities, system functions, capabilities, processes, operational and systems nodes, and associated data, messages, inputs, controls, outputs, and mechanisms.
  • Prepare, staff, and publish formal architecture documents.
  • Produce architecture development plans and reports.
  • Conduct staff actions (tasks, papers, briefings, etc.)
  • Research, develop/document, and analyze US Marine Corps architectures (including business/war fighting/enterprise information environment/intelligence processes and information technology) to identify mission capability gaps, overlaps, and shortfalls; determine and recommend architectural, IT, or process solutions; and research and develop other architecture related documents and plans.
  • Participate in DOD Enterprise Architecture conferences; generate minutes and capture key action items.

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Two or more years of modeling experience or general engineering experience
  • Familiarity of the DoDAF, DoD Net-Centric and Data Strategies, DoD Information Assurance Guidance, and the DoD Federation Strategy is required
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Good analytical and problem solving skills
  • Working familiarity with architecture tools (i.e. IBM® Rational® System Architect®) with a particular emphasis on the ability to produce complex and detailed reports and presentations using the tools.
  • Microsoft Word and PowerPoint user capabilities to develop reports and presentations.
  • Good writing and communication skills, including the ability to develop analytical documents and present oral briefs to leadership.
  • Ability to work as a member of a team.
  • Enterprise Architecture Certification preferred
  • USMC or military experience preferred

Subject Matter Expert Architect Submit Resume

SimIS, Inc. is currently seeking an eager, high-energy person to be a Subject Matter Expert Architect.

Division: Architecture
Location: Northern, VA

Job Objective: The Subject Matter Expert (SME) provides solutions to complex problems of diverse scope where analysis of situation or data requires an in-depth evaluation of various factors. The SME researches, develops, documents, and analyzes enterprise, operational, and system architectures for the Headquarters Marine Corps (HQMC) Capability Development and Integration (CD&I) and other Department of Defense (DoD) and government agencies, identifying mission capability gaps and overlaps, and recommending architectural, IT, or process solutions. The Enterprise Architect develops Mission Threads and fit for purpose a views and associated data; and works with functional subject matter experts to collect and describe both current and future capabilities, operational activities, system functions, business processes, operational and systems nodes, and associated data and messages to include inputs, controls, outputs, and mechanisms. The Subject Matter Expert prepares, staffs, and publishes formal Capability documents, produces capability development plans and reports and conducts staff actions (tasks, papers, briefings, etc.) as required.

Responsibilities:

  • Production of Mission Thread and Capability Fit-for-Purpose architecture views within the DOTMLPF domains
  • Work with functional subject matter experts to collect and describe operational activities, system functions, capabilities, processes, operational and systems nodes, and associated data, messages, inputs, controls, outputs, and mechanisms.
  • Prepare, staff, and publish formal architecture documents.
  • Research, develop/document, and analyze US Marine Corps architectures (including business/war fighting/enterprise information environment/intelligence processes and information technology) to identify mission capability gaps, overlaps, and shortfalls; determine and recommend architectural, IT, or process solutions; and research and develop other architecture related documents and plans.
  • Participate in DOD Enterprise Architecture conferences; generate minutes and capture key action items.

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Two or more years of modeling experience or general engineering experience
  • Familiarity of the DoDAF, DoD Net-Centric and Data Strategies, DoD Information Assurance Guidance, and the DoD Federation Strategy is required
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
  • Working familiarity with architecture tools (i.e. IBM® Rational® System Architect®) with a particular emphasis on the ability to produce complex and detailed reports and presentations using the tools.
  • Microsoft Word and PowerPoint user capabilities to develop reports and presentations.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills, including the ability to develop analytical documents and present oral briefs to leadership.
  • Ability to work independently with limited supervision and as a member of a team.
  • Enterprise Architecture Certification preferred
  • USMC or military experience preferred

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Lead Military Analyst Submit Resume

The U.S. Marine Corps Maritime and Geo-prepositioning and War Reserve office (HQMC LPO-2) is seeking support for USMC Approved Acquisition Objective (AAO) and Table of Organization and Equipment Change Requests (TOECRs). This is a combined functional and technical position and requires an understanding of USMC AAO change processes within the USMC Total Force Structure Management System (TFSMS). The candidate needs to have experience in accessing, reviewing, validating, and identifying issues and gaps in data. The candidate will have requisite experience to start data analysis and TOECR processing from the beginning of work.

The successful candidate will have the ability to interact with USMC functional experts and leadership to review, discover, and follow-up on TOECR data within the USMC Total Force Structure Management System (TFSMS). The candidate will be adept at interfacing with the TFSMS (for data entry, data extraction, and report generation) and confident in using Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Access. The best candidate will have a background that allows for support in the following areas:

· Familiarity with USMC AAO requirements process at the USMC Capabilities Development and Integration (CD&I) Command and Marine Corps Systems Command

· Experience adding TOECRs to the TFSMS process and system

· Experience across multiple USMC data sources including prepositioning equipment data

The AAO TOECR Analyst will support this work effort full time from HQMC LPO2 work space in the Pentagon. The Analyst will be required to hold a secret clearance and maintain the ability to access USMC systems. No travel is supported under this position, unless directed by HQMC LPO-2.

Experience: 6-8 years

Education: BA/BS degree or 10-16 years of relative work experience

War Reserve System Analyst Sr. Submit Resume

The U.S. Marine Corps Maritime and Geo-prepositioning and War Reserve office (HQMC LPO-2) is seeking support for USMC War Reserve System analysis. This is a combined functional and technical position and requires an understanding of USMC War Reserve System and logistics sustainment policies, processes, data, and planning rationale. The successful candidate will have the ability to interact with USMC functional experts and leadership to review, discover, and follow-up on data, planning factors, and impacts on processes and policies. The candidate will be adept at process mapping and using Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. The best candidate will have a background that allows for deep and broad analysis in the following areas:

  • Methods for determining consumption rates and processes related to classes of supply (I, II, III, IV, VII, IX)
  • Interactions between HQMC, Marine Corps Logistics Command (MARCORLOGCOM), the MEFs, and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).
  • Inventory theory and practical application in defining and executing inventory policy
  • Material flow between USMC inventory locations, points of embarkation (POEs), points of debarkation (PODs), and through final destination
  • Understanding of factors that lead to inventory consumption rates
  • Risk assessment within the context of military operations and logistics
  • USMC data sources, supporting systems, and data elements from these sources

The War Reserve System Analyst will support this work effort part time from HQMC LPO2 work space and part time from normal work location. The Analyst will be required to hold a secret clearance and maintain the ability to access USMC systems. No travel is supported under this position, unless directed by HQMC LPO-2.

Experience: 2-6 years

Education: BA/BS degree or 8-10 years of relative work experience