The Albers Group LLC is a professional services company currently working for the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, and commercial clients; competing as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) under several NAICS codes.  Our core competencies include systems engineering, program management, logistics, production support, aircraft maintenance and aviation/aerospace services.  We were founded in 2015 and since our establishment we have been attracting the best talent in our fields of interest enabling us to provide cutting edge solutions and support to our warfighters.  We understand and provide expert consultation on weapons systems acquisition programs, maintenance/modernization programs, and sustainment programs. We know defense and we know aircraft systems.

The Albers Group LLC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. The Albers Group LLC encourages and supports workplace diversity.

The Albers Group Pay & Benefits
Our employees enjoy a total benefits package, which includes:

• Competitive Compensation
• Health Insurance Programs
• Retirement Plan
• Employee Assistance Programs
• Paid Vacation Time
• Paid Holidays

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Technical Leader – Signal Intelligence – Jr/Mid/Sr/Exec -Technology Subject Matter Expert Role:


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
Support Customer in pursuit of Science & Technology funding in the areas of Signal Processing and Signal Intelligence.
Technical leadership developing architectures and algorithms.
Thought leadership including understanding of current/future signal intelligence practices, architectures and implementations.
Interaction with customers and leadership to shape requirements for future platforms and systems

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
Bachelors in Electrical Engineering
Minimum 10 years of related experience
Positions of Senior Level Responsibility preferred
U.S. Citizen, Must be able to hold security clearance
Likely profile
– Early mid-career
– High performer in current role
– Significant experience with concept development
– Hands on experience – analytical, programming
– Already holding a clearance

LOCATION: 
Texas – Open to Remote Scenarios for the right candidate.

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Military Avionics Applications Engineering – Jr/Mid/Sr/Exec – Technology Subject Matter Expert Role:


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
Develop concepts to solve customer problems utilizing business capabilities.
Leader for pursuit of Science & Technology funding from advanced customer organization & US Gov’t labs.
Interaction with customers and leadership to shape requirements for future platforms & systems.
Provide technical leadership for proposals, R&D and new product introductions.

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
Bachelors in Electrical Engineering
Minimum (10) related experience including
– Knowledge of (2) or more: mission processing, weapons, payloads & sensors, UAS
– Knowledge and experience architecting complex avionics software, (2) or more: sensors, sensor fusion, signal intelligence, image processing, communications, cyber
– Familiar with military procurement including S&T
U.S. Citizen, Must be able to hold security clearance
Likely profile
– Early mid-career, High performer in current role
– Significant experience with concept development
– Hands on experience – software and software architectures

LOCATION: 
Texas – Open to Remote Scenarios for the right candidate.

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Military Avionics Modeling / System Architect – Jr/Mid/Sr/Exec – Technology Subject Matter Expert Role:


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
Lead interactions with customers to develop solutions and architectures to fulfill mission needs.
Lead team of engineers from multiple disciplines investigating new aircraft avionics architectures.
Expert in application of system modeling and virtual integration methods & tools.
Collaborate with customers, partners and leadership to shape requirements for future avionics architectures.

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
Bachelors in Electrical Engineering
Minimum related experience (can overlap)
– 15 years – military avionics systems or product design
– 5 years – aircraft systems / sub-systems requirements definition, design, architecture, integration, verification and qualification
– 5 years – customer, supplier & senior leader interaction
U.S. Citizen, must be able to hold security clearance
Likely profile
– Early mid-career, high performer in current role
– Chief engineer for platform or part of platform
– Already holding a clearance

LOCATION: 
Texas – Open to Remote Scenarios for the right candidate.

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Numerous Program Analyst – Jr/Mid/Sr:


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
Works with the Government IPT leads to directly support or act as Tier 2 IPT leads as appropriate
Applies program management principles to assist the Government IPT lead plan, and design, develop, implement, test or evaluate military weapons systems.
Knowledge of acquisition policies and ability to lead a team

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
Must have 5+ years of extensive engineering experience related to electronic warfare technologies.
Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited 4-year college or university.
An advanced technical degree is highly desirable.
Must have Secret clearance or be eligible for a Secret

LOCATION: 
Patuxent River, MD

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Manufacturing & Production Support – Sr:


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
Act as Government support engineer in manufacturing and quality arenas on ACAT 1 defense program.
Understanding and ability to be conversant in and when necessary perform multiple engineering functions on complex defense systems.
Operate and advise in all acquisition phases of requirements, design, development and implementation.
Monitor and Advise on supplier management processes and quality implementation
Facilitate Government implementation and assist OEM with management of supply chain and internal sourcing via electronic documentation.
Heavy emphasis on quality and system level implementation of processes to ensure cost, schedule, and performance parameters are achieved.

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
Must have 10+ years of extensive engineering experience.
Experience with major defense programs in manufacturing environment a plus.

Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited 4-year college or university in engineering or a related technical field.

An advanced technical degree is highly desirable. 
Must have active Secret clearance. Top Secret clearance a plus.

LOCATION: 
St Louis, MO supporting US Navy program.

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Unmanned Electronic Warfare Program Analyst – Sr:


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
Works with the development of Unmanned Airborne Systems Electronic Warfare Capabilities.
Previous Experience in EW hardware component (digital signal processors, digital receivers/exciters, waveform generators, etc) design/integration/operation.
Applies engineering principles to investigate, analyze, plan, and design, develop, implement, test or evaluate military weapons systems.

Knowledge of electronic protection techniques.

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
Must have 10+ years of extensive engineering experience related to electronic warfare technologies.
Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited 4-year college or university in engineering or a related technical field.
An advanced technical degree is highly desirable.
Must have Top Secret clearance with eligibility for SCI.
Airborne electronic warfare developmental test experience.

LOCATION: 
Patuxent River, MD supporting USMC program.

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Systems Engineer – Sr SysML Modeler:


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
Understanding and ability to perform systems engineering functions on complex defense systems.
Work in SysML or UML in architecting defense systems; preferably aircraft systems.
Operate and advise in all acquisition phases of requirements, design, development and implementation.
Articulate operational requirements to design requirements and functionally code them into models that are useful for all phases of the process.

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
Must have 10+ years of extensive engineering experience.
Experience with new and innovative systems a plus.
Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited 4-year college or university in engineering or a related technical field.
An advanced technical degree is highly desirable. 
Must have Top Secret clearance with eligibility for SCI.
Radar and Common Data Link experience is also highly desirable.

LOCATION: 
Patuxent River, MD supporting Navy/USMC program. Remote position possible for the right candidate.

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Career Skills Program (CSP) Administrator

The Albers Group is seeking a Career Skills Program (CSP) Administrator
for the U.S. Army’s Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP), focused on providing world-class transition program services to eligible Service members, their Family members, Veterans, and eligible Department of Army Civilians.


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
The CSP Administrator offers employments skills training opportunities to Soldiers preparing to transition from military to civilian employment by providing program planning, administrative/logistical support, and reporting within their area of responsibility in direct support of the Army’s Career Skills Program (CSP). CSP Administrators coordinate with garrison-approved CSP employers, professional associations, unions, industry leaders, education and training providers to promote opportunities for transitioning Soldiers to high-value jobs or careers— from initial concept to establishment of a partnership and execution, with minimal or no cost to the government.
– Serve as the Garrison SFL-TAP point of contact for Army Career Skills Programs, performing a variety of administrative, logistical, and program planning duties in direct support of the program for the Designated Government Representative (DGR) and in coordination with the Region CSP Coordinator.
– Schedule Career Skills Program and related classes.
– Maintain liaisons in coordination with the installation POCs and Region CSP Coordinator.
– Identify opportunities for transitioning Soldiers leading to a high-demand job or career in the civilian sector and present options to the government for connection with industry.
– Coordinate with employers, professional associations, unions, industry leaders, and education providers as directed by the DGR to encourage training that will produce high-value jobs or careers for transitioning military; from initial concept of establishment to government partnership.
– Execute the garrison day-to-day operations of the CSP classes/cohorts ensuring tracking of applicants, setting up interviews for industry partners, scheduling information/marketing sessions in coordination with government personnel, tracking participants, communicating completion, entering data and counseling notes in the TAPXXI system as well entering program information on the IMCOM’s Common Operating Picture and other career skills databases.
– Provide summaries, executive reports and data analysis and tracking as required. Formalize relationships and establish roles and responsibilities. Draft Memorandums of Agreement (MOA) subject to legal in coordination with DGR to include coordinating activities and compliance.
– Research and monitor CSP training opportunities in the community in coordination with DGR.
– Participate in the applicant screening process (as a silent observer); monitor execution, and follow-up on job placement data; make telephone calls, send email and track correspondence.
– Keep installation key government personnel, public officials, employers and stakeholders abreast of policies, procedures, trends, and problems.
– Collect, consolidate, and analyze data; provide reports to the DGR.
– Prepare and/or conduct briefings, orientations, and special presentations to include flyers, marketing materials, news articles, and social media with the approval of the DGR to promote the CSPs.
– Prepare reports, maintain historical records and statistical materials to include writing CSP vetting packets and documentation, information papers, executive summaries.
– Recommend solutions to concerns and or problems such as Soldier attendance at program activities (e.g., classes and counseling sessions) to the DGR.
– Plan and execute daily operations to meet overall objectives and requirements.
– Assist DGR as needed in conducting Career Skills Program operations, conducting interest inventories and identifying subsequent opportunities to provide skills training and employment to transitioning military in coordination with the Regional Career Skills Program Coordinator.
– Provide weekly updates to the CSP Authoritative Database that populates the IMCOM CSP Common Operating Picture (COP) in coordination with the Career Skills Program Region Coordinators by the last working day of each week

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
– Bachelor’s degree in any area of study from a college or university that is accredited by a national or regional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education is required.
– Applicants must successfully undergo a background investigation (National Agency Check).
– U.S. Citizen.
– Must be knowledgeable about Military Occupational Specialties (MOS), curriculum and instruction for education and training programs, and utilization of various types of occupational information and resources to include the Department of Labor Occupational Outlook forecasts for employment industries, interest inventories, career planning and development to include approaches, program coordination, and use of educational and community resources and vocational systems.
– Requires strong communication, briefing and technical writing skill with knowledge in a wide variety of military personnel areas such as: transition processing, military benefits, VA benefits to include educational benefits for Soldiers and Family Members; retirement or transition issues.
– Customer services skills required.
– Strong command of the English language which includes the ability to read, write, understand, and clearly and effectively communicate the language.

LOCATION: 
Nationwide

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Accessing Higher Education (AHE) Facilitator

The Albers Group is seeking candidates (contingent upon award) for an Accessing Higher Education (AHE) Facilitator for the U.S. Army’s Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP), focused on providing world-class transition program services to eligible Service members, their Family members, Veterans, and eligible Department of Army Civilians.


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
Coordinate, publicize, facilitate, and host AHE 2-day Track Seminars utilizing Army-provided curricula and training materials. Ensure that AHE workshops include all required content areas, adhere to class size requirements, are offered with sufficient frequency to minimize wait time, and ensure each student is given the opportunity to complete the on‐line feedback survey prior to the end of the final day of the course. Provide individualized counseling and assistance to all transitioning military and family members related to the AHE curricula. Organize, promote and/or support hiring and education events that support transitioning Soldiers and Family members as directed by the CIM.
– Provide training to command/unit leaders on the AHE 2-day Track. Ensure AHE Track participation and Career Readiness Standard deliverables related to the AHE workshops are entered into TAPXXI and DMDC TAP data collection system.
– Facilitate/instruct the AHE 2-day Track/workshop.
– Assist clients as needed by monitoring progress and notifying/encouraging completion of products (College/University application, etc.)
– Refer transitioning personnel to both on-post and off-post service providers.
– Provide instruction to clients on automated tools to include: TAPXXI and Kuder Journey
– Facilitate the client’s transition from the military environment to the civilian environment
– Assist CIM with delivering Commanders reports and notifying clients of eligibility to begin services while also notifying clients of missed requirements for AHE Track
– Other duties: complete all mandatory Government training; safeguard PII; file records according to ARIMS; upload information into iPERMS (after training received from the Government); participate in sustainment training events as offered
Participate in marketing activities and employment events as directed by the CIM

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
– Bachelor’s degree PREFERRED in Training and Development, HR Management, Counseling, or related field and minimum 2 years career counseling, education, or related experience.
– Applicants must successfully undergo a background investigation (National Agency Check).
– U.S. Citizen.
– Other qualifications include the ability to accomplish the following: support transitioning military personnel, Army Civilians, and Family Members with separation briefings, conduct training to support AHE track, college/university application critiques, interview support, etc.; learn and use TAP XXI system to assist clients; track client progress and; assist with job fairs, employer days, and classroom events.
– Experience with software packages such as MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

LOCATION: 
Nationwide

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Contract Installation Manager/Quality Control Leads

The Albers Group is seeking candidates (contingent upon award) for a Contract Installation Manager/Quality Control Leads for the U.S. Army’s Soldier for Life-Transition Program, focused on providing world-class transition program services to eligible Service members, their Family members, Veterans, and eligible Department of Army Civilians.


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
The Contractor Installation Manager (CIM) is responsible to the Contractor’s Program Manager (PM) for the efficient and effective operation of the SFL-TAP Center. The CIM serves as the leader of the contractor’s team and will also work as advisor/counselor to assist clients with navigating the VOW/CRS mandates to become Career Ready and to track progress of transition in TAPXXI. The CIM is also a component of the installation SFL-TAP infrastructure and is thus responsible for providing SFL-TAP services to eligible individuals and complying with VOW/CRS requirements. Although not a complete listing, the CIM’s duties include the following:
– Serve as the Contractor’s primary point of contact with the Government and manage contractor operations at the installation level.
– Coordinate and ensure VOW/CRS services are conducted and documented in accordance to PWS.
– Ensure that staff provides high quality customer service and transition counseling services to SFL-TAP Center clients.
– Assist with marketing the SFL-TAP.
– Effectively and efficiently manage the personnel and materials.
– Coordinate site visits headquarters staff members. Inform and assist the DGR in making necessary arrangements.
– Prepare contractor required monthly reports and administrative documents.
– Serve as the contractor’s intermediary for communications with the Installation Commander and his or her representatives.
– Create an effective working relationship with Commanders, installation staff and leaders, and Service Providers.
– Plan and direct employer outreach programs.
– Ensure Preseparation Briefings are scheduled and properly executed.
– Ensure that the DD Form 2648 (eForm) is completed for each transitioning client.
– Perform follow-up on individual transition plans as appropriate.
– Comply with installation rules and regulations applying to the operation of any facility including regulations applying to, but not limited to: safety, security, and energy conservation.
– Participate in marketing and public affairs activities.
– Ensure that all contractor employee’s complete all mandatory Government training (to include annual requirements) and safeguard PII.
– Help clients use the automated and non-automated resources effectively. Provide instruction on automated tools to include TAPXXI.
– Review work performed in TAPXXI by counseling staff; review progress of transitioning clients and work with Government representatives whenever issues with Commanders prevent transitioning clients from using SFL-TAP program.

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
– Master’s degree PREFERRED in Training and Development, HR Management, Counseling, or related field and minimum 2 years career counseling, education, or related experience. Bachelor’s Degree accepted with experience.
– Applicants must successfully undergo a background investigation (National Agency Check)
– U.S. Citizen
– Experience managing personnel at one or more sites. Ability to meet and correspond regularly with a Government counterpart.
– Experience coordinating transition activities with the local DGR to support overall mission goals. Accountable for ensuring requirements accomplished in accordance with the PWS/ PRS and completed on time at all sites.
– Experience safeguarding confidential information, handling PII and complying with the Privacy Act and all applicable agency regulations on individual privacy, to include DoD Directive 5400.
– Experience conducting QC checks and ensuring training requirements are met.
– Experience working directly with clients.
– Ability to exercise a great deal of independent judgment.

LOCATION: 
Various

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Contract Program Manager

The Albers Group is seeking a candidate (contingent upon award) for a Contract Program Manager for the U.S. Army’s Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP), focused on providing world-class transition program services to eligible Service members, their Family members, Veterans, and eligible Department of Army Civilians.


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
The Program Manager (PM) is responsible to the Transition Director for the efficient and effective execution of the Transition contract. The Program Manager server as the overarching leader of the company’s employees and will work closely with the Contracting Officer’s Representative, Government Representatives and Transition Headquarters Staff to ensure the proper execution of the transition contract. The PM is the primary focus of the contract and is responsible for the contract staffs performance. Although not an all-inclusive listing the PM’s duties include the following:
– Serve as the Contactor’s primary point of contact with the government and manage all contract operations at the Headquarters level.
– Manage contractor program and project teams for optimal program effectiveness
– Provide operational expertise and oversight of the Program Management Office (PMO)
– Direct and manage PMO actions for day-to-day SFL-TAP functions to ensure all contract requirements are met
– Conduct command level briefings to government personnel and SFL-TAP stakeholders
– Implement and provide guidance to PMO staff on SFL-TAP policies and processes.
– Collate, analyze, and deliver centralized reports
– Ensuring staffing of all sites
– Maintain the VOW/CRS compliance and all SFL-TAP files
– Lead continuous process improvement efforts
– Initiate immediate reach back to corporate assets
– Plan and accomplishing goals
– Achieve SFL-TAP quality, cost, and availability goals

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
– Bachelor’s degree in business administration or related field
– 5+ years in an advanced management role (preference given to those with program management experience)
– Exceptional leadership skills, time management, facilitation and organizational skills.
– Working knowledge of the SFL-TAP program
– Working knowledge of government chain of command and transition policies.
– Working knowledge of change management principles
– Applicants must successfully undergo a background investigation (National Agency Check)
– U.S. Citizen
– Ability to meet and correspond regularly with a SFL-TAP stakeholders

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 
– Master’s degree in business administration or related field
– Strong working knowledge of SFL-TAP and program requirements

LOCATION: 
Ft. Knox, KY

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Deputy Contract Program Manager

The Albers Group is seeking a candidate (contingent upon award) for a Deputy Contract Program Manager for the U.S. Army’s Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP), focused on providing world-class transition program services to eligible Service members, their Family members, Veterans, and eligible Department of Army Civilians.


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
The Deputy Program Manager (DPM) is responsible to the Transition Director for the efficient and effective execution of the Transition contract. The Program Manager serves as the overarching leader of the company’s employees and will work closely with the Contracting Officer’s Representative, Government Representatives and Transition Headquarters Staff to ensure the proper execution of the transition contract. The PM is the primary focus of the contract and is responsible for the contract performance. Although not an all-inclusive listing, the DPM’s duties include the following:
– Serve as a point of contact with the government and manage all contract operations at the Headquarters level.
– Assist in managing the contractor program and project teams for optimal program effectiveness
– Assist the PM in providing operational expertise and oversight of the Program Management Office (PMO)
– Assist the PM in providing in Directing and managing PMO actions for day-to-day SFL-TAP functions to ensure all contract requirements are met
– Conduct command level briefings to government personnel and SFL-TAP stakeholders
– Implement and provide guidance to PMO staff on SFL-TAP policies and processes.
– Operational program focus is primary duty
– Assist PM with direct Face-to-face assistance with HRC Management Team
– Assist PM with leading PMO team to provide analysis of transition policies and its impact to SFL – TAP staff and client services while also providing workable solutions for execution to HRC and IMCOM
– Assist with guiding the contract staff IRT offering specialized courses tailored to the needs of the installation
– Assist with providing advice and guidance regarding TAPXXI
– Communicate with CIMs, DHRs, TSMs, TSSs and other government stakeholders regularly to ensure smooth execution
– Assist PM to provide advice and guidance regarding TAPXXI; Assist PM with assisting government with analyzing business’ activities, expenses, establishing goals, and communicating the strategy throughout the organization
– Assist PM with directing, defining and coordinating program issues and find workable solutions
– Assist with monitoring technical issues (TAPXXI) and preparing/analyzing specialized adhoc reports.
– Provide guidance to SFL – TAP staff in regards to new surveys; pilots; and, planning for surges

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
– Bachelor’s degree in business administration or related field
– 3+ years in a management role
– Exceptional leadership skills, time management, facilitation and organizational skills.
– Working knowledge of the SFL-TAP program
– Working knowledge of government chain of command and transition policies.
– Working knowledge of change management principles
– Applicants must successfully undergo a background investigation (National Agency Check)
– U.S. Citizen
– Ability to meet and correspond regularly with a Government counterpart.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 
– Master’s degree in business administration or related field
– Strong working knowledge of SFL-TAP and program requirements

LOCATION: 
Ft. Knox, KY

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Financial Counselor

The Albers Group is seeking a candidate (contingent upon award) for a Financial Counselor for the U.S. Army’s Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP), focused on providing world-class transition program services to eligible Service members, their Family members, Veterans, and eligible Department of Army Civilians.


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
The Financial Planning Counselor is the SFL-TAP Center’s principal provider of financial planning to transitioning Service Members and their Family Members. The specific duties of the SFL-TAP Financial Planning Counselor include but are not limited to:
– Provide financial planning workshops and individual financial counseling to meet the needs of transitioning Soldiers and Family Members prior to their transition from the Active Army or Reserve Components. Provide information on banking, debt management, health care, college saving plans, home ownership, budgeting, use of credit, insurance, investing, tax and estate planning, and other matters that impact the financial readiness of transitioning Soldiers/Families.
– Conduct 4-6-hour financial planning workshops using existing curriculum to groups of approximately 50 Soldiers and Family Members in connection with mandatory SFL-TAP VOW/CRS activities which includes a budget. Coordinate use of classroom, set-up of classroom, and provision of training materials,
– Regularly provide follow-up one-on-one financial counseling to clients who request assistance. During financial counseling, address the specific needs and interests of Soldiers and Family Members, including the evaluation of individual or family income and expenditures and recommendations for short- and long-term actions to achieve financial goals. Assist clients in managing complex financial issues, e.g., relocation, asset allocation, transition/retirement, eviction, garnishment, repossession, etc., and coordinate solutions with applicable military and civilian agencies.
– Prepare monthly reports describing all financial planning activities and record the number of transitioning Soldiers and Family Members attending workshops and individual sessions. Participate in workgroups with other financial planners.
– Assist CIM with delivering Commanders reports and notifying clients of eligibility to begin services while also notifying clients of missed requirements for VOW/CRS.
– Other duties: complete all mandatory Government training; safeguard PII; file records according to ARIMS; upload information into iPERMS (after training received from the Government); participate in sustainment training events as offered. Participate in marketing activities and employment events as directed by the CIM.

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
– Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college/university or a combination of education and experiences amounting to 1,000 hours of experience in financial counseling which qualify the applicant for employment as a personal financial counselor. Applicants are REQUIRED to possess and maintain a nationally recognized and accredited Financial Counselor certification in accordance with DoDI 1342.22.
– Applicants must successfully undergo a background investigation (National Agency Check)
– U.S. Citizen
– Ability to manage client caseload, conducting group financial planning workshops and one-on-one financial counseling either face-to-face or virtually, generating training materials, maintains intensive problem-solving skills, conducting individual budget preparation work, as well as the ability to schedule, coordinate, and set-up classroom including audio-visual requirements.

LOCATION: 
Nationwide

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Liaison Officer

The Albers Group is seeking candidates (contingent upon award) for a Liaison Officer for the U.S. Army’s Soldier for Life-Transition Program, focused on providing world-class transition program services to eligible Service members, their Family members, Veterans, and eligible Department of Army Civilians.


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
The Liaison Officer (LNO) will assist in providing oversight support at the transition center. This includes additional monitoring, reporting and support to the SFL-TAP program. The specific duties of the LNO include but are not limited to:
– Consolidate, analyze, query, and report information provided by SFL TAP IMCOM tactical office, SFL TAP counselors, Department of VA, DOL, and other SFL TAP transition stakeholders regarding program operations, training opportunities, or other activities impacting the Army’s transition lifecycle at the installation level.
– May be required to prepare post command level briefings-based analysis of gathered data (monthly) and upload/monitor data in the IMCOM knowledge management portals.
– Coordinate with DGR a collaborative public affairs and marketing effort between the Transition locations, VA, the DOL, and other stakeholders for upcoming job fairs, employment summits, virtual employment events, and conferences at the installation and local level.
– In coordination with DGR, provide administrative and staff support to assist preparing the Soldier for locally sponsored Job Fairs, employment summits, virtual hiring events and Career Days.
– Provide analysis of data captured at job fairs, employment summits, virtual hiring events, and career days to provide the government with feedback about numbers of employers, participants, persons interviewed, persons given firm offers of employment, and persons hired.
– Coordinate execution of set-up and removal of exhibits and booths at approved events in the local area.
– Monitor execution and implementation of questionnaires disseminated at the beginning, conclusion (exit) and post (follow-up) of transition services with the SFL-TAP customers to determine satisfaction with transition services, goal attainment (outcome) in accordance with the following four tracks (Education, Technical Training, Employment and Entrepreneurship), and command support.
– Collect, gather, analyze and report the effectiveness and timeliness of VOW/CRS mandates to the DGR for distribution at the post level.
– Distribute Commanders reports.
– Review work performed in TAPXXI to track progress of Soldiers in meeting VOW/CRS mandates.
– Participate in marketing activities and employment events as directed by the CIM
– Other duties may be assigned by the contractor to assist in the performance of the
PWS.

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
– Bachelor’s degree PREFERRED in Training and Development, HR Management, Counseling, or related field and minimum 2 years career counseling, education, or related experience.
– Applicants must successfully undergo a background investigation (National Agency Check)
– U.S. Citizen
– Ability to provide transition related data retrieval, monitoring, analytics and reporting.
– Experience with marketing and outreach.
– Experience monitoring, tracking, reporting and briefing for a variety of transition-related activities at the installation.
– Ability to set up and remove exhibits and booths at local transition related events.

LOCATION: 
Nationwide

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Transition Counselor/Quality Control Team Member

The Albers Group is seeking candidates (contingent upon award) for a Transition Counselor/Quality Control Team Member for the U.S. Army’s Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP), focused on providing world-class transition program services to eligible Service members, their Family members, Veterans, and eligible Department of Army Civilians.


ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 
The Transition Counselor is the SFL-TAP Center’s principal provider of services to transitioning Service Members and their Family Members. Provide individual counseling for personal interaction enabling users to ask questions, seek clarification and obtain assistance resulting in an ITP; schedule, set-up classroom, announce and plan local briefings; coordinate DOL Employment Workshops and VA Benefits Briefings as required to meet the needs of the Soldiers; provide Transition Briefing which provides clients with required information regarding available transition services and eligibility requirements for transition benefits; notify the eligible Soldiers of the required pre-separation counseling; conduct individual counseling; develop an ITP; develop a résumé of choice (federal or private sector); discuss and develop individual transition goals; learn about continuum of service; provide follow-on counseling and assist in completing the deliverable for the Soldier’s gap analysis; identify, schedule, and conduct SFL TAP employment assistance workshops; as well as conduct regional outreach, pre-separation counseling and assistance. The Transition Counselor complies with the instructions of the Contract Installation Manager (CIM) to perform tasks in accordance with the PWS.

Travel may be required in order to accomplish mission goals to include evenings and weekends with the ability to use all modes of transportation; along with flexibility to work non-standard hours as needed in order to properly serve and assist clients.

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 
– Master’s degree PREFERRED in Training and Development, HR Management, Counseling, or related field and minimum 2 years career counseling, education, or related experience. Bachelor’s Degree accepted with additional experience.
– Two years of experience in Military lifestyle through personal and/or professional experience with Military personnel and Military Family members highly desired, along with in-depth understanding about the Military culture and the Command structure
– Demonstrated experience in conducting program evaluations and use of customer feedback to improve overall program effectiveness/impact highly desired
– Applicants must successfully undergo a background investigation (National Agency Check)
– U.S. Citizen
– Individual must be familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the field.
– Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required.
– Strong verbal/written communication skills along with needs assessment, individual/small group training.
– Curriculum development experience is a plus.
– Military Veterans and Spouses encouraged.

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Nationwide

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