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Facilities Space Planner

We are a supply chain management consulting company. Our services cover all aspects of supply chain management, logistics and business analytics; from the strategies all the way through to successful implementations.

Our supply chain consultants are very experienced in supply chain management. This is combined with the sharpest mathematicians and analysts with the state of the art tools, who provide quantitative analytics. Most important is that we help you implement what we recommend, to insure the highest positive impact. Experience

  • Analytics

  • Implementation.

Key responsibilities include:

Partners with merchant/planner to set prototype floorplan strategy and guidelines.
Creates floor layouts based on prototype.
Provides space and sales analysis.
Provides floor layout recommendations based on prototype specifications and business strategies.
Partners with Space Planner to manage floor space and adjacencies within company Merchandise Presentation Guidelines.
Utilize Floor Planning tools in JDA/Intactix tools.
Partner with merchant, planner, and merchandise presentation to manage transitions and sets within timeline.
Participates in category review meetings, walk thrus and new/remodel store planning.
Distributes floor layouts to merchants and stores.
This job profile is not meant to be all inclusive of the responsibilities of this position; may perform other duties as assigned or required.


Relevant training/education or equivalent retail experience
Understanding of planogram process and systems.
Previous experience in creating, modifying or executing planograms/floorplans.
Analytical skills.
Ability to gather and interpret data for various reports, as appropriate.
Knowledge of the retail industry; understanding of specific category.
Results focused; uses performance targets and goals to drive own.
Office computer skills; able to learn company systems and tools, preference for Microsoft application experience.
Knowledge of merchandising guidelines and overall store layout adjacencies.
Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines.

Our logistics consultants are hands-on, fact-based and focused on delivering results. The reduction of the logistics costs is always combined with efforts to improve the customer service level.

The service level usually improves with better control and a structured approach to get the fundamental prerequisites right. The results can also be in the form of shorter response time, risk reduction, reduction of carbon dioxide emissions or higher picking accuracy.

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Space System SME - Space Control

ACT I has been providing solutions for high profile military programs such as the U.S. Navy's and the U.S.

Air Force's Joint Strike Fighter F-35, the U.S. Navy's F-18, EA-18G and F-16N Aggressor, and the U.S.

Air Force's F-22 Raptor since 1998.

We are a Small Business DoD Prime Contractor on seeking candidates to provide support to the Pentagon. Space system subject matter expert with particular experience in acquisition and/or operations of DoD space control programs and technologies. Develop and analyze acquisition strategies, monitor & assess program performance, execute Headquarters Air Force PPBE processes throughout program lifecycles including budget preparation, briefings, and document submissions to OSD, Congress, and OMB Policy and program analysis, status reporting, SAE oversight, and PEO program execution and oversight.

Update and analyze program documents: R&P docs, fact sheets, PMDs, MARs, SARs, etc. Interpret operational requirements and assist in developing acquisition strategies to meet them.

Coordinate with HQ AFSPC, SMC, and AFRL and other agencies as needed. Coordinate within the JCIDS process as required.

  • Bachelor’s plus 12 years’ related experience in government or industry, or MS plus 8 years’ related experience.

  • Current TS/SCI clearance required.

  • DAWIA Level II certification or equivalent.

  • Strong MS Office skills: Word, Powerpoint.

  • Strong interpersonal and briefing skills. --------------------------------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER ------------------------------------------------------------------ The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 11246 Prohibits discrimination against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, or national origin and requires affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and employees treated, without regard to race, sex, color, genetic information, religion, or national origin. (Enforcement Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs). ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ACT I’s management strives to balance the need for competitive compensation packages while maintaining competitive pricing for its customers.

    Key aspects of ACT I’s compensation package for employees include medical and dental insurance, company 401(k) contributions, annual profit sharing, salary, vacation, education assistance, life insurance, and short/long term disability. RETIREMENT includes a Profit-Sharing Plan; a Safe Harbor Program; a 401k Program including pre-tax or post-tax deferrals with quarterly enrollment participation; and a Profit Sharing Program. Benefits include:

    LIFE and DISABILITY, MEDICAL and DENTAL; a CAFETERIA PLAN for a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Dependent Care Reimbursement/Health Reimbursement Account (HSA) IAW IRS limits; LEAVE (Vacation) including All Major Holidays, and Comprehensive Leave increasing with years of service. OTHER PROGRAMS include: • Tuition assistance & training/certification reimbursement available for job related professional development; and • Annual Performance Bonus Program for outstanding performance. We are an equal opportunity employer.

    External Company Name: Advanced Concepts and Technologies International, LLC External Company URL:

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Confined Space Rescue Technician

Safety Management Systems, one of the largest providers of Health, Safety, Environmental, Medical and Training services to the Upstream, Midstream, Refinery and Petrochemical markets, is currently seeking experienced Confined Space / High Angle Rescue Technicians to provide technical rescue operations. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to performing onsite Confined Space and/or High Angle Rescues as a member of a dedicated rescue team. Qualifications: + Minimum of 2 years confined space/high angle rescue experience in an industrial setting + Certificate granted by recognized training provider showing completion of High Angle Rescue training (40 hours, Level II, or comparable) + Certificate granted by recognized training provider showing completion of Confined Space Rescue training (40 hours, Level II, or comparable) + 12 hour shifts.

  • 24 hour per day coverage will be provided by two teams for the duration of the project. 6-7 days per week to possibly include holidays.

  • Strongly prefer local candidates that are within daily commuting distance to the site which is located in the far Northeast part of Baytown.

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Space Planning Manager

Work Unit Description `This position is responsible for the overall management of OHSU’s

space planning

and allocation activities under the direction of the Director of Campus Planning and Real Estate. This position works closely with campus leadership and staff across departmental lines and Hospital and University mission areas to achieve the goals of OHSU and to guide long-range space planning

efforts and workplace strategy. Workplace is about organizational structure, physical space, and people, which can vary campus-wide depending on team structure, function, culture, building, etc. This position understands the overarching objectives for inter-departmental collaboration and tracks proximity goals through active space management and customer engagement, helping to provide solutions that build positive workplace culture and promote interaction. This position will see beyond established patterns of behavior and use, to identify and implement organizational space strategies.This position manages the following space planning and allocation functions: evaluating and processing space requests and relinquishments; undertaking capital and facility planning related to space projects; presenting information to and supporting the work of the University and Hospital Space Committees; undertaking departmental space audits; analyzing space data and space metrics; coordinating inter-departmental efforts to provide quality service to stakeholders; performing strategic planning and space programming related to long-term space usage and needs. This position seeks to improve OHSU policy related to space utilization, efficiency, workplace comfort, flexibility, employee innovation and productivity.Other areas of management include information services and supervising the work of the Space Analysts and Drafter. This position oversees technology platforms related to space management. Qualified candidates include individuals who are initiators, responsive; asks questions and are open to providing ideas and solutions for the challenges at hand.## Work Schedule, Hours, FTE, Salary RangeFull time M-FSalary based on experience## Functions/Duties of Position

Space Allocations - Manages the space planning and allocation process, including space requests, relinquishments and capital planning related to space projects. Facilitates the University and Hospital Space Committees and provides support through analysis, regular reports on specific projects, organizing weekly meetings, and documenting decisions and other actions. Meets with departments to review space requests and relinquishments prior to Space Committee meetings. Provides strategic guidance to the department Director, the VP for Campus Development, the Space Committees, the Executive Leadership Team and any internal customers on space planning and allocation decisions. Convenes meetings, assists with meeting preparation, writes agendas, prepares presentation materials and writes meeting minutes and action item reports.

Strategic Space Planning – Supports Campus Planning projects as assigned by the department Director and the VP for Campus Development including long-range master planning, programming for the development of new buildings and backfill of existing buildings. Conducts studies to support CFO’s long range capital planning vision. Engages departments to identify their space and equipment needs, and works with the architects and contractors as needed on project feasibility and programming studies. Tracks overarching long-range adjacency goals by understanding department missions and synergies.

Workplace Research– Establishes and maintains space use performance measures and reviews the space utilization of departments against these measures. Conducts workplace research and reviews the space policies of peer institutions and the private sector, presenting the findings to various stakeholder groups and applying the research findings in practice. Updates, implements, and enforces OHSU space policies. Interviews departments and synthesizes information for written and graphic presentations. Projects University-wide growth through metrics analysis. Understands OHSU’s demographics, vision, culture, business objectives and the many other complexities of the changing workplace environment. Is an expert in and educates others on workplace paradigm shifts and what that means for OHSU.

People Management – Manages the work of department Space Analysts and Drafter. Meets weekly to review work and progress on specific projects.

Coordinates preparation for weekly space committee meetings. Supports the work of the Space Analyst on the annual space survey and related reports to Central Financial Services, Hospital Financial Services, and Research Administration. Serves as back up for positions during routine absences and vacations.

Guides employee development and training.Technology -Identifies and implements space database enhancements to continually improve quality and accuracy of space data. Participates in discussions around OHSU’s transition to Building Information Modeling.## Job RequirementsRequired: Bachelor's degree in architecture, interior architecture, planning, real estate development or other related field.Preferred:Master's or relevant professional degreeRequired:

Minimum of five years of experience related to planning, programming, project management or workplace strategy. Demonstrated experience in managing programs and projects successfully, managing project schedules, and providing a high level of customer satisfaction.Preferred: Strategic planning experience for large corporate or institutional entities.Required:

Technical requirements include computer knowledge (Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word) and skills, knowledge of the department’s space database software (Archibus) and AutoCAD/Revit software. Must be able to make independent decisions and judgments. Must possess essential skills to plan and supervise staff, maintain excellent communication skills, and an ability to maintain a high level of professionalism, including the ability to present to groups of 15-25 people.

An understanding of the importance of good customer relations and of OHSU's missions and goals is paramount. Ability to scope projects and manage consultants.Preferred: Proficiency with both Archibus and AutoCAD/Revit software.

Robust graphic and presentation software (PowerPoint, InDesign)Preferred: Professional certification such as AIA, NCIDQ, LEED accreditation.` ## Additional Details Oregon Health & Science University values a diverse and culturally competent workforce. We are proud of our commitment to being an equal opportunity, affirmative action organization that does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of any protected class status, including disability status and protected veteran status.

Individuals with diverse backgrounds and those who promote diversity and a culture of inclusion are encouraged to apply. To request reasonable accommodation contact the Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Department at 503-494-5148 or

Job Title: Space Planning Manager Department: Campus Planning & Real Estate Location: PP 224 Drug Testable: No Job: IRC58974

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Systems/Project Engineer Advanced - Space & Missile Defense Lead

Department:Space & Missile Systems Office:Arlington Location:Arlington, VA

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Space Test And Evaluation SME

Background This position supports the leadership, direction, policy, and resourcing of the Air Force (AF) developmental and operational Test and Evaluation (T&E;) for Space Systems. The applicant oversees all test activities for space systems and evaluates those activity’s T&E; adequacy in support of AF acquisition decisions.

Job Duties Duties will include: * Establishes, develops, and maintains effective working relationships with OSD, SECAF, HAF, Air Staff, National Reconnaissance Office, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Combatant Commands, State Department, CIA, NGA, DIA, NASA as well as other service components.

  • Maintains a continuous liaison with other Air Staff, other service headquarters counterparts and DOD offices to integrate Air Force T&E; support actions.

  • Collaborates with academia, industry, and other federal agencies to improve overall T&E; planning, execution, and reporting of various studies, analyses, and evaluations.

  • Supports direct/indirect Air Staff oversight of T&E; for 24 USAF, 8 special access, and 19 national space programs

  • Reviews Capability Requirement documents for space systems

  • Attends Integrated Test Team meetings, test events, T&E; working groups, and Test Readiness Reviews

  • Reviews and coordinates Test and Evaluation Master Plan and other test strategies/reports as necessary

  • Assists the T&E; organization as they review and update T&E; policy and procedures to include regulatory guidance and deliverable definition.

Minimum Position Requirements * BS (STEM Degree-preferred) * At least 8-10 years Air Force Space Operations Experience on console e.g. Space Situational Awareness, Command and Control, Space Protection, Space Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance, Missile Warning/Defense, MILSATCOM, Space Position, Navigation & Timing, Space Testing, Training, Tactics & Exercises, AF Satellite Control Network Operations or Space Launch.

  • At least 2 years of Test and Evaluation Experience

  • Requires a solid understanding of the Department of Defense acquisition process and the role of T&E; in that process

  • Ability to travel (approx. 10% of time)

Desired Education and Experience Space test experience in developmental or operational test is highly desired as is space operational experience on console e.g. Space Situational Awareness, Command and Control, Space Protection, Space Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance, Missile Warning/Defense, MILSATCOM, Space Position, Navigation & Timing, Space Testing, Training, Tactics & Exercises, AF Satellite Control Network Operations or Space Launch. Commercial satellite expertise is also highly desirable; especially as may apply to the military mission.

Security Clearance Requirement TS/SCI –desired, minimum SECRET required with the ability to obtain TS/SCI

Place of Performance Pentagon, Arlington VA

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Company Highlights At LHG, we offer our employees a full comprehensive and competitive benefits package. Our benefits package features: * Competitive salaries

  • Paid time off

  • Health, dental and vision insurance

  • Company paid short/long term disability

  • Company paid Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment insurance * 401(k) (up to 3% matching) * FSA * Other company perks The Loch Harbour Group is an equal opportunity employer, all interested qualified applicants are encouraged to apply, D/M/V/F. LHG welcomes and encourages diversity in the workforce.

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Acad Space & Remod/Dir

Position Summary The Director of Academic Space and Remodeling reports to the Senior Vice Provost for Academic Administration and is responsible for the planning, implementation and oversight of all academic division remodeling & capital projects and space allocation processes. Required Qualifications Bachelor’s degree, preferably in architecture, planning or administration.

Five years professional experience at a university or multifunctional organization involving capital projects and space planning. Experience with AutoCAD software. Strong verbal and written communication skills.

Solid analytical abilities. Knowledgeable appreciation of the core academic mission of a public university. Preferred Qualifications Master’s degree.

Three years’ experience experience in a leadership role. Demonstrated ability to integrate the academic and facilities needs of the institution. Experience with industry standard software.

Duties & Responsibilities Administers planning initiatives on major capital improvement projects, including leadership to direct the work activity of various involved planning committees and general oversight of major academic capital planning projects, such as total building renovations and new facility construction. Reviews plans, blueprints, and specifications for conformity to state guidelines and recommend revisions. Administers major space requests and reallocation in advisory capacity to the senior vice provost for academic administration.

Develops and maintains a comprehensive academic space inventory. Monitors academic departments’ space utilization and evaluates departmental needs. Recommends reassignment and remodeling priorities to the Senior Vice Provost.

Develops preliminary documents and drafts academic program statements for remodeling and capital outlay projects. Conducts space needs analyses for major projects and proposed remodeling projects. Evaluates academic space remodeling needs and develops recommendations for annual remodeling priorities and budgetary parameters.

Reviews remodeling plans and working drawings for compatibility with program plans, and design development specifications. Works with faculty and academic staff representatives, management personnel in facilities management, external personnel such as architects and architectural and engineering firm executives. Directs the preparation of program plans, designs development specifications, and remodeling request materials.

Provides budgetary development, oversight and account control for academic space remodeling projects. Serves as an active member of the University Space Committee. Establishes remodeling project schedules and target completion dates in cooperation with Plant Engineering and Planning.

Inspects completed projects prior to sign off acceptance. Serves as program planner and design development officer on assigned academic capital improvement projects. Coordinates prioritization of academic division’s development requests, working with Information Technology and Senior vice Provost, Administer smaller, routine space reallocation and general remodeling project processes on an on-going basis. % of Time Primary Duties and Responsibilities 25% Administers planning initiatives on major academic capital improvement projects; works with steering committee to develop program needs, establishes budget and schedules parameters, maintains scope and conducts due diligence research as necessary. 25% Administers division routine and special summer remodeling process; reviews and approves requests for remodeling academic space and manages project scope and budget. 15% Administers division requests for space reassignments, requests for functional and programmatic changes to space and settle territorial disputes. 15% Implements project follow-up procedures such as notification of decisions, project punch review and signoff on final project. 5% Active service to the University Space Committee and the Art on Campus Committees 5% Coordinates Academic Division development requests. 10% Performs other duties as assigned.

*Position Number:*34370 *Type of Recruitment:

  • External *Position Title:*ACAD SPACE & REMOD/DIR *Employee Group:

  • Professional & Administrative -Salary Pay Range:$65,000 - $75,000 *Division:

  • Academic Affairs *Department:

  • Academic Administration *Position Status:

  • Regular *Employment Status:

  • Full-Time *FTE:*1.00 *Position Type:*12 month *Weekly Work Schedule:

  • Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm; weekends and evenings as necessary *At Will?:

  • No *Location:

  • Mount Pleasant, MI *Posting Begins:*04/16/2017 *Open Until Filled:

  • Yes

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Space And Aerospace Modeling & Simulation Engineer

Space and Aerospace Modeling & Simulation Engineer Dayton, OH|Full Time In order to apply for this or any other job you will need to log in. Position Description Dynetics, an employee-owned company, is seeking a talented Space and Aerospace Modeling & Simulation Engineer to join a diverse team to create unique solutions for complex problems.

With offices across the United States engaging in the defense, space, cyber and commercial fields, Dynetics provides responsive, cost-effective engineering, scientific and IT solutions. Dynetics Dayton Office is seeking Aerospace, Electrical, Mechanical, and Computer Engineers, and Computer Scientists with experience in the modeling & simulation (M&S) of, space, counterspace and/or ballistic missile systems; to include their related support systems and sensors. Opportunities will also be available for engineers with experience in satellite operations, orbital mechanics, orbit estimation, orbit determination and/or Space Situational Awareness.

Basic Qualifications Position will require a Bachelor's (or Master's) Degree in Electrical, Aerospace, Mechanical, or Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or a closely related field, with 5 or more years of experience required. Applicant must demonstrate good people skills and the desire to work with a highly technical team of engineers and scientists. Position will require candidate to possess a Top Secret Clearance immediately.

Other Qualifications Experience in supporting the Scientific and Technical Intelligence community (NASIC, MSIC, ONI, NGIC) is a plus. Modeling experience with MATLAB and/or STK is also a plus. Security Requirements Candidate must be a US Citizen and possess (and be able to maintain) a Final Secret Clearance and meet the eligibility to obtain (and maintain) a Final Top Secret Clearance.

Candidates with a current Top Secret/SSBI Clearance are preferred. Job Number: 01.01.08-37 Closing Date: 07/31/2017 #CJ An equal opportunity employer.

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Space Planning Analyst





Corporate Job Description:

Summary of Position: Create Merchandise Presentation documents including but not limited to Display Guides, Merchandise Flow Guides and versioned Merchandise Plan-O-Guides that incorporate our merchandise standards and our inventory management goals.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities :

  • Develop, revise and maintain Merchandise Presentation documents for specific product categories.

  • Develop, revise and maintain product and image databases.

  • Coordinate the process of creating, designing and ordering appropriate displays and signing for all Merchandise Presentation plans.

  • Create a series of financial reports utilizing information available in Intactix Space Planning, Retail IDEAS and MMS.

  • Analyze placement and space allocation of all products based on sales potential, inventory turn and profit margin.

  • Create analytically informed space allocation and/or product listing recommendations with supporting analysis to management. Minimum Requirements/Qualifications : + Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent industry experience.

  • Five plus years of professional experience in Space Planning.

  • Strong analytical ability to gather information, to interpret findings and make recommendations.

  • Ability to manage numerous projects of varying difficulty and duration.

  • Knowledge of Excel/Lotus 123 and Access/Showcase.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Experience with Intactix, JDA or similar Space Planning Software.

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Software Engineer (Kernel Space Vulnerability Analysis)


Responsibilities: Noblis is looking for developers interested in supporting the design, development, and deployment of cutting edge cyber R&D tools. In this position engineers will perform research to discover and analysize vulnerabilities in security applications across multiple platforms including desktop, mobile, and embedded computing systems.

This will include identifying vulnerabilities in endpoint security applications and cryptographic implementations. Employees will work in a fast paced and exciting lab with access to cutting edge technology on the forefront of cyber security.

Qualifications: Required Experience: + BS in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mathematics, or similar field + Experience with C, C++, and Assembly (x86, ARM, MIPS) + Experience writing or working with kernel drivers and services for Windows, Linux, Android, or iOS + Strong understanding of low-level computer fundamentals, assembly and processor architecture + Familiarity with kernel debugging in Windows or other environments + Excellent verbal and written communication skills Additional Desired Experience: + Experience with fuzzing, crash analysis and runtime instrumentation (IDA Pro, WinDbg, OllyDbg, or others) + Experience with exploit development for proof of concept demonstrations + Multi-platform reverse engineering experience on any of the following architectures: x86, ARM, MIPS, MSP430, Atmel + Understanding of static and dynamic software analysis tools and techniques + Blind protocol analysis and protocol reversing/protocol tools development + Hardware identification/modification/basic electronics skills (bus sniffing, soldering, debugging) Top Secret clearance required; polygraph preferred.

Overview: and our wholly owned subsidiaries,and, are solving difficult problems that help our government and our country. We bring the best of scientific thought, management, and engineering expertise with a reputation for independence and objectivity.

We support a wide range of government and industry clients in the areas of national security, intelligence, transportation, healthcare, environmental sustainability, and enterprise engineering. Learn more at. Why work at a Noblis company? Our employees find greater meaning in their work and balance the other things in life that matter to them. Our people are our greatest asset.

They are exceptionally skilled, knowledgeable, team-oriented, and mission-driven individuals who want to do work that matters and benefits the public. Noblis has won numerous. Noblis maintains a drug-free workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race.

CompanyNoblis NSPRequisition #4960

Posted Date1/5/2017Reg/TempRegular Employee

Security ClearanceTop SecretFT/PT/On-CallFull Time

Job CategorySoftware Engineering


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