DynCorp International

  • San Diego, CA, USA

DynCorp International is a leading global services provider offering unique, tailored solutions for an ever-changing world. Built on over seven decades of experience as a trusted partner to commercial, government and military customers, DI provides sophisticated aviation, logistics, training, intelligence and operational solutions wherever we are needed. DynCorp International is headquartered in McLean, Va.

DynCorp International Fort Irwin, CA, USA
Jun 19, 2019
Full time
The Supply Clerk conducts inventories and maintains property accountability. Principal Accountabilities: Ensures that repair parts, equipment, materials and supplies are available for issue Requests, verifies, processes, and restocks incoming parts Turns in recoverable and excess parts Uses various material handling devices (4k, 6k, 10k fork lifts, pallet jacks, etc.) Performs BII and Secondary Load inventories Supports / participates in the Company continuous improvement process (CIP) and QA program Mentors and assists with on-the-job training and cross-training Participates in training and cross-training sessions as required or necessary Complies with all Company rules, policies and procedures Complies with all safety, environmental and quality standards and applicable COPs and DOPs Provides for accountability and proper care of all GFE / CFE Favorably interacts with internal / external customers Writes performance evaluation comments and reports when placed in a control/ assignment directive role Will be required, on an as needed basis, to assist to perform functions in alternate areas of the project Performs clean-up duties and polices the areas as assigned Performs other duties as assigned Knowledge & Skills: Must understand and be able to use technical manuals Field of expertise: supply requisition, accountability, storage and distribution Must be experienced in computer and office machine usage Knowledgeable in the Army’s computerized supply systems Must be able to speak, read and write English fluently Experience & Education: High school diploma or equivalent (GED) Must have one (1) year verifiable experience in military or civilian warehouse supply system (retail store or service experience not included) Relevant experience must include at least four months experience in the current position. Physical Requirements/Working Environment: Work under stressful circumstances and meets shorts suspense dates Must be free of medical restrictions / limitations that prevent the performance of required duties and / or prevent the wearing and utilization of personal protective equipment (PPE) Must be physically capable of performing the work in conditions of extreme temperatures, low humidity, rain and blowing sand and dust Employee shall utilize all proper lifting procedures and practices associated with all lifting and material handling tasks that are assigned and associated with this job description May be required to work uncommon hours of duty, extended hours, nights, weekends, and holidays Must possess a valid California driver’s license (non-California residents must obtain the proper California driver’s license within 10 days of beginning work) and be able to obtain a military operator’s permit for each type of vehicle or equipment required to operate Must be able to meet CMF criteria in accordance with DA PAM 611-21 and AR 601-210             Vestnys, Stephanie
DynCorp International Fort Irwin, CA, USA
Jun 19, 2019
Full time
Travel: Typically, not required. This is the journey working level for certificated Airframe & Powerplant Technicians. Incumbents at this level work independently and inspect and repair aircraft, engines, components and systems and assess for damage, condition and method of repair, and may work off site at outlying field locations. Principal Accountabilities: (Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract) Work independently in a central aviation maintenance facility or work unsupervised off site at outlying field locations Perform depot level and field maintenance to aircraft, engines, propellers, rotors, components and systems in accordance with approved procedures Performs other duties as assigned. Knowledge & Skills: FAA federal aviation regulations pertaining to the maintenance and repair of aircraft; FAA-approved maintenance practices, techniques, and procedures; aircraft shop maintenance operational procedures and fleet aircraft structure, systems, controls, engines and components. Have a thorough working knowledge of all fleet aircraft, engines, and airframe systems; and ability to inspect and determine problems and correct deficiencies, inspect aircraft and systems for continued airworthiness, and return aircraft to service after major and minor maintenance and repair. Experience & Education: Possession of the following certificates: FAA Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Technician’s certificate and a valid class C California driver’s license (or comparable from another state). Must have five (5) years of work experience as a certificated A&P Technician performing inspections and maintenance on UH-1H or similar aircraft type. Military experience may qualify for the five year work experience requirement if the level of work and responsibility was equal to that of a certificated A&P technician. Customer may wave five year work experience requirement if it determines the proposed Journey Technician has extensive military or industry experience. Physical Requirements/Working Environment             Vestnys, Stephanie
DynCorp International Fort Irwin, CA, USA
Jun 19, 2019
Full time
Travel: Ability to travel domestically and internationally Security Clearance: NAC-I The IT/Communications Manager is responsible for regional/local supervision, support and deployment needs in one of six key areas: Applications, Business Unit, Customer Service, Infrastructure Service, Program Management and Service Delivery Center. Principal Accountabilities: (Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.) Applications: such as application architecture, standards/tools and development, software licensing, release management and portfolio management Business Unit: such as business alignment, customer advocacy, demand management and project management Customer Service: Such as service desk, security administration, request management, desktop support, COE standards, problem management and delivery management Infrastructure Services: Such as computer/mainframe operations, network operations (WAN/LAN) server management (email and web), firewall management, software distribution and security policy. Supports supplier relations where applicable Program Management: such as communication planning, process development, project management, project prioritization and monitoring Service Delivery Center: such as regional delivery of customer service, support, project management, communications and infrastructure services Manages others either directly or through subordinate supervisors Coordinates diverse activities within a functional area Plans work and administers policies Has budgetary type of accountabilities or directly impacts a revenue center’s viability or its quality of service via personal contributions. Performs other duties as assigned Knowledge & Skills: Proficient in Microsoft office software applications Excellent oral, written, communication and people skills Ability to translate communication needs of employees/customers not versed in computer terminology for both hardware and software into meaningful solutions Able to travel to hostile and austere environments Additional knowledge/skills may be required by contract or assignment Experience & Education: Bachelor’s degree in an associated discipline required. Master’s degree in Business Management is desired. Two (2) years of experience in related field may be substituted for each year of the four (4) years of college. Eight (8) years’ experience in information technology management which includes experience in functional areas with background in IT and telecommunications infrastructure. Physical Requirements/Working Environment: Living and working conditions at the assignment location could be remote and uncomfortable. Long hours, exposure to weather and hazardous conditions. Personnel should be aware of moving on short notice and under adverse conditions.             Vestnys, Stephanie
DynCorp International Fort Irwin, CA, USA
Jun 19, 2019
Full time
The Warehouse Worker performs a range of warehousing duties to include operation of warehouse equipment. Principal Accountabilities: (Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.) Performs storage functions to include the following: picks and pulls MROs; performs inventories; performs location surveys; receives, issues, and stores supplies and equipment. Processes customer turn-ins, performs location maintenance, loads and unloads commercial and military vehicles. Inspects, verifies and counts supplies and equipment for accuracy, condition, and accountability, and performs limited computer functions as directed or required. Performs PMCS on Material Handling Equipment (MHE), i.e., forklifts, pallet jacks, handcarts, and other assigned equipment. Operates up to 2½ - ton capacity vehicles, and two (2) to ten-thousand (10,000) pound forklifts (as licensed/qualified) and other MHE. Complies with requirements and standards of appropriate regulations, directives, and technical manuals; safety, environmental, and quality standards; and applicable COPs/DOPs. Support/participate in the company QA Program. Authority to challenge documentation as to accuracy. Has “stop work authority” if a safety or potential safety situation occurs. Favorably interacts with internal / external customers. Complies with all Company rules, policies, procedures. Mentors and assists with on-the-job training and cross-training. Participates in training and cross-training sessions as required or necessary. Performs housekeeping and other job-related duties as assigned. This job description is indicative of the work required for the position, but is not all inclusive of the work required to perform the duties of the position. Individual will be required on an “as needed” basis to assist in alternate areas of the project. Performs other duties as assigned. Knowledge & Skills: Obtain specific knowledge of the Standard Army Retail Supply System Level-1 (SARSS1), Material Release Order Control (MROC), Automated Manifest System (AMS) equipment, and the Army Master Data File (AMDF) Digital Inquiring System. Must be able to speak, read, and write English fluently. Other current or OJT trainings to include: New Hire Orientation, Safety Briefing/PPE, HAZCOM, Defensive Driver Course (DDC), Driver License, Sexual Harassment Training, 2-10K Forklift, HAZMAT Course, and Spill Prevention and Action Plan Training, and Subversion and Espionage Directed Against the U.S. Army (SAEDA) Training. Must be able to maintain a position of Public Trust Must have a Valid California Driver’s License. Non-California residents must obtain the proper California Driver’s License within 10 days of beginning work. Experience & Education: One (1) year (two (2) years desired) of experience in retail supply activity functions with a basic knowledge of warehouse operations to include: receiving, issue, storage, and inventory or civilian equivalents. High school diploma or equivalent (GED) Physical Requirements/Working Environment: Individual must be able to perform required duties, and wear and utilize Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Individual must be able to lift/move 45 lbs without assistance and up to 130 lbs with assistance. Able to meet criteria of DA PAM 611-21 and AR 601-210. Individual must be physically capable of performing the work in extreme temperatures, low humidity, blowing sand and dust. Individual may be required to work extended hours, nights, weekends, and holidays. May be required to work under stressful circumstances and meet short suspenses. Job may require operating at heights above ten (10) feet but not more than thirty (30) feet.               Vestnys, Stephanie
DynCorp International Fort Irwin, CA, USA
Jun 19, 2019
Full time
Travel: International and Domestic Travel may be required Security Clearance: Secret The Operations Supervisor plans, controls and assigns tasks to cross functional operations teams required for implementing common work processes and procedures for multiple international site locations. Principal Accountabilities: Maintain oversight on program processes to ensure completion of tasking and projects according to contract, corporate and program deadlines. Resolve diverse problems of moderate scope, escalating to senior management as required. Identify program/contract requirements and oversee the development of appropriate work processes to meet program/contract needs. Monitor assigned operations and integrate all elements of the organization to ensure schedules are maintained within cost and performance standards. Ensure accuracy and completion of team assignments and tasks. Review and approve personnel’s reports verifying content and compliance. Serve as point of contact for multiple sites on program/contract operations and personnel activities. Monitor the mobilization and transition of personnel in fulfillment of contract requirements. Oversee teams of U.S. and international personnel performing work as assigned. Manages contract compliance with operational team requirements. Provides supervision, guidance and control for the efficient utilization of personnel assignments and their performance, morale and for the overall welfare of all contract personnel. Acts as a point-of-contact for operations in the absence of the Operations Manager for matters relating to the contract as representative between personnel, Program Management, and DynCorp corporate offices. Ensure compliance with all US and local government reporting requirements. Compiles, verifies and records and documents to proper authorities and Dyncorp corporate offices. Compile and submit operational status reports to senior management on program issues. Works with multi-functional team to identify operational deficiencies and recommend various approaches for resolution of outstanding issues and task order requirements. Serve as POC for various program and corporate level compliance issues. Ensure compliance with company policies and procedures and other practices set forth by senior management. Perform other duties as assigned Knowledge & Skills: Knowledge of the functions and operations of major U.S. Military Commands. Complete understanding of operations of assigned contract. Attention to detail and ability to handle multiple tasks independently. Excellent follow through and time management skills. Excellent communication, effective leadership and interpersonal skills. Knowledge of various computer applications (ex: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.). Experience & Education: Bachelor’s degree in an associated discipline preferred Two (2) years experience in operational positions or related fields may be substituted for each year of the four (4) years of college. Six (6) or more years’ experience in DOD and/or civilian operations or personnel supervision required. Physical Requirements/Working Environment: Generally works in normal office environment             Vestnys, Stephanie
DynCorp International China Lake, California, USA
Jun 19, 2019
Full time
Job Summary: The Aircraft Mechanic II (Egress) is required to maintain and service the applicable egress and environmental systems/components as required in support of the Program in accordance with applicable publications and governing instructions. Principle Accountabilities: Services, repairs and overhauls aircraft to ensure airworthiness. Removes/installs canopies, ejection seats, performs periodic maintenance of all cockpit egress and life support systems of moderate difficulty, such as seats, canopies, CADs, heating/cooling systems, utilizing hand tools. Reads and interprets manufacturer’s publications, maintenance manuals, service bulletins and other specifications to determine feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components. inspects airframe components for cracks and other damage. Troubleshoot, remove, replace and repair egress and life support system components. Performs miscellaneous duties to service aircraft systems. Shall be able to correctly prioritize workload to maintain schedules and maintenance standards on assigned projects. Knowledge & Skills: May be required to become Plane Captain certified in accordance with approved certification process for each T/M/S applicable to their background. As required by site operations and site management, be certified as a CDI. Knowledge of the use of aircraft hand tools, special tools, and test equipment is required. Must have a working knowledge of aircraft safety requirements and know how to operate portable firefighting equipment. Experience & Education: The candidate must have completed the Navy Class "C" school in egress and life support systems repair, or USMC/USCG equivalent. Must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in Organizational Level Seat Shop maintenance Must have a high school diploma or GED. Must have a valid drivers’ license and be eligible to qualify for and able to maintain a secret level clearance. Recent experience with F-18A-F, EA-18G, MH-60S or AV-8B aircraft strongly preferred. Physical Requirements/Working Environment: May work in aircraft maintenance hangar or outside. May be required to respond to a wide variety of operational circumstances, including extreme weather conditions and rudimentary infrastructure. May be exposed to extreme noise from turbine and jet engine aircraft. May be exposed to fumes or airborne particles; may be exposed to electrical shock hazards or work near moving mechanical parts, vehicles, or aircraft. Must be able to walk and stand on level and/or inclined surfaces for certain periods throughout the day. Must be able to climb stairs, ramps, ladders, and work stands. Must be able to crouch, crawl, grasp or handle objects, use finger dexterity, bend elbow/knee and reach above/below shoulders. May be required to lift up to 50 pounds. May be required to see aircraft in flight, read dials/gauges, identify small objects and hand tools. Must be able to see imperfections, micrometer readings and other small scales. Must be able to communicate by voice and detect sound by ear. Must be able to distinguish color and judge three-dimensional depth. May be required to operate power vehicles, machinery, hand tools, ground support equipment, fork lift, APU, etc. Security Clearance: Secret               Vestnys, Stephanie
DynCorp International Fort Irwin, CA, USA
Jun 06, 2019
Full time
The Tactical Vehicle Mechanic performs technical inspections, determines repair parts required and performs mechanical maintenance action and repairs on various tactical and commercial vehicles and equipment. Trains, mentors, and enhances the performance of co-workers and other personnel. Principal Accountabilities: (Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.) Performs technical inspections, determines repair parts required and performs mechanical maintenance action and repairs on various tactical and commercial vehicles and equipment IAW appropriate procedures and publications Performs scheduled and unscheduled mechanical maintenance actions on various materials and handling equipment such as but not limited to: various types and sizes of forklifts (4k to 10k), heavy equipment transport trucks and trailers Performs diagnostic tests, using measuring devices, instruments, test equipment, special tools and lifting devices, to identify mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and cooling system failures IAW appropriate procedures and publications Operates/ tests various types of equipment, and attached systems IAW appropriate procedures and publications Repairs mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and cooling systems and components, on equipment IAW appropriate procedures and publications Removes, repairs, and replaces engine, drive train and body components of vehicles and equipment IAW appropriate procedures and publications Prepares, maintains, and completes logs, records, and all RSOI packets, etc. equipment IAW appropriate procedures and publications Performs clean-up duties and polices the shop areas as assigned Supports/ participates in the Company Continuous Improvement Process (CIP) and QA program Mentors and assists with on-the-job training and cross-training Participates in training and cross-training sessions as required and necessary Complies with all Company rules, policies and procedures Complies with all safety, environmental and quality standards and applicable COPs and DOPs Provides for the accountability and proper care of all Team Favorably interacts with internal/external customers Conducts daily inventory of assigned tools & equipment Failure to perform this function may have serious consequences The performance of this function is the reason that the job exists These are limited employees among whom the performance of this functions can be distributed This function is highly specialized. Employees are hired for the skill/ ability to perform this function This function occupies a great deal of the employee’s time Performs other duties as assigned. Knowledge & Skills: Must understand and be able to use technical manuals and schematic diagrams Field of Expertise: Mechanical inspection, maintenance and repair of tactical/commercial vehicles and equipment Must be able to speak, read and write English fluently Writes performance evaluation comments and reports when places in a control/ assignment directive role Experience & Education: Must have two and one-half (2 ½) years verifiable experience in inspection, repair, and maintenance on combat/ tactical wheeled vehicles and their sub-systems/ MKT unit/ various trailers/ various generators and other equipment; Civilian semi-truck tractors and trailers and heavy-duty construction type equipment is included, or Meet the criteria for Trades Helper and complete one and one-half (1 ½) years in grade as a Tactical Vehicle Trades Helper or Two and one-half (2 ½) years verifiable tracked vehicle repair and maintenance experience and one (1) year verifiable experience in inspection, repair, and maintenance on tactical wheeled vehicles, or ASE Certified on power and drive train, brakes, electrical and fuel systems with two and one-half (2 ½) years verifiable maintenance experience (lubrication tasks not included) Relevant experience must include at least six (6) months experience in the current position except when employees are promoting to a higher rated position High school diploma or equivalent (GED) Physical Requirements/Working Environment: Work under stressful circumstances and meets shorts suspense dates Must be free of medical restriction/ limitations that prevent the performance of required duties and/ or prevent the wearing and utilization of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Must be physically capable of performing the work in conditions of extreme temperatures, low humidity, rain and blowing sand and dust Employee shall utilize all proper lifting procedures and practices associated with all lifting and material handling tasks that are assigned and associated with this job description May be required to work on uncommon hours of duty, extended hours, nights, weekends, and holidays Must possess a valid state driver’s license and be able to obtain a military operator’s permit for each type of vehicle or equipment required to operate Must be able to meet CMF criteria in accordance with DA PAM 611-21 and AR 601-210 Must be able to obtain and maintain CDL IAW Army Regulation 600-55 and any additional endorsements required for duty assignment         Vestnys, Stephanie
DynCorp International China Lake, California, USA
Jun 06, 2019
Full time
Job Summary: The Aircraft Mechanic II (Parachute Rigger) is required to maintain and service the aircraft and aircrew Aviation Life Support Systems (ALSS) systems/components as required in support of the Program in accordance with applicable publications and governing instructions. Principle Accountabilities: Inspects, maintains and repairs parachutes, seat pans, survival equipment, flight protective equipment and clothing, packs and rigs parachutes, packs and equips life rafts. Fits and maintains oxygen masks, flight clothing, anti-exposure suits, anti-G suits. Operates and maintains carbon dioxide transfer and recharge equipment Operates and repairs sewing machines Conducts special calendar/periodic inspections of survival equipment Operates parachute lofts and survival equipment work centers. Knowledge & Skills: Applies comprehensive technical experience to solve moderate to complex problems by interpreting technical documentation such as blueprints or manufacturer’s manuals. As required by site operations and site management, be certified as a CDI. Knowledge of the use of aircraft hand tools, special tools, and test equipment is required. Must have a working knowledge of aircraft safety requirements and know how to operate portable firefighting equipment. Experience & Education: The candidate must have completed a USN/USMC/USCG Class A school for Parachute Riggers, or equivalent US Air Force or US Army MOS course, Must have 3 years’ experience at either organizational or intermediate level maintenance performing Parachute Rigger duties. Must have a high school diploma or GED. Must have a valid drivers’ license and be eligible to qualify for and able to maintain a secret level clearance. Recent experience with F-18A-F, EA-18G, MH-60S or AV-8B aircraft strongly preferred. Physical Requirements/Working Environment: May work in aircraft maintenance hangar or outside. May be required to respond to a wide variety of operational circumstances, including extreme weather conditions and rudimentary infrastructure. May be exposed to extreme noise from turbine and jet engine aircraft. May be exposed to fumes or airborne particles; may be exposed to electrical shock hazards or work near moving mechanical parts, vehicles, or aircraft. Must be able to walk and stand on level and/or inclined surfaces for certain periods throughout the day. Must be able to climb stairs, ramps, ladders, and work stands. Must be able to crouch, crawl, grasp or handle objects, use finger dexterity, bend elbow/knee and reach above/below shoulders. May be required to lift up to 50 pounds. May be required to see aircraft in flight, read dials/gauges, identify small objects and hand tools. Must be able to see imperfections, micrometer readings and other small scales. Must be able to communicate by voice and detect sound by ear. Must be able to distinguish color and judge three-dimensional depth. May be required to operate power vehicles, machinery, hand tools, ground support equipment, fork lift, APU, etc. Security Clearance: Secret           Vestnys, Stephanie