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Federal Aviation Administration
Job Title: Associate Administrator for Security and Hazardous Materials Safety

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Overview: This position is located in Washington, DC and open to U.S. citizens.

The Role
The Associate Administrator for Security and Hazardous Materials Safety, EV-340-01. As a worldrenowned leader in aviation security and hazardous material safety, the Associate Administrator for Security and Hazardous Materials Safety develops, implements, and maintains the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) programs that support national security, aviation safety, and the National Airspace System (NAS).

As a direct report to the FAA Administrator, this position is the highest-ranking in the Security and Hazardous Materials Safety organization. This position provides executive oversight and direction for the overall planning, coordination, and implementation of national security policies, plans, and national programs involving internal security, hazardous materials safety, investigations crewed and uncrewed systems, intelligence operations, emergency planning and operations, and workforce services. The incumbent represents the FAA during Congressional hearings, committee meetings, and inter and intraagency forums to provide testimony, briefings, issue papers, and programs status on aviation security issues including internal, national, and crewed and uncrewed aviation security, emergency response, investigations, and hazardous materials policies, procedures, and program. The Associate Administrator for Security and Hazardous Materials Safety oversees a budget of $118M and leads a geographically dispersed organization of approximately 550 positions, including eight Executives and approximately 55 senior employees drawn from a variety of disciplines and professions.

A highly qualified candidate’s experience is characterized by the leadership of large, complex organizations and widespread recognition within an industry or area of expertise. At the highly qualified level, candidates demonstrate an awareness of the
influence of external environments on their organizations and have substantively dealt with influential external parties to address factors that affect their organizations and programs. High-level candidates will usually have managed multiple organizational units led by subordinate managers. 

Attributes of leadership at the high level are listed below:

  • Leadership that is broad in scope and impacts the organization’s mission or goals.
  • Active member of an organization’s leadership team and work collaboratively and effectively in a dynamic team environment
  • Results that affect major public services and programs, major industries, or comparable entities.
  • Actions that directly affect the financial status or public view of the organization.
  • Communication with industry leaders, influential stakeholders, agency heads, or members of Congress.
  • Use of communications to advocate for agency programs, market corporate products and services, or acquire funding or support for new corporate ventures. 
  • Direction of a workforce involved in different lines of work or functions and reliance on subordinate managers for daily supervision of the workforce. 
  • Development of strategic plans for critical agency initiatives. 
  • Accountability for highly visible agencies or corporate programs. 
  • Guide organizations through large-scale change and move organizations toward a future state 

Demonstrated experience setting the strategic direction for and leading programs that assess and/or respond to threats that impact the safety and security of the National Airspace System (NAS). 

  • Formulates the strategic direction and oversees the development of a public or private organization’s security and safety strategic plan that addresses the organization’s continuity of organizational operations and threat mitigation strategies and allocates fiscal and human resources to lead organizational efforts to mitigate, security, and harden security protocols/stances. 
  • Oversees integrated risk management or similar programs that assess the safety and security risk of the National Air Space System (NAS) through the investigation of cyber, physical, human, crewed, and uncrewed aircraft threats; analysis of domestic and foreign intelligence data; and assessment of potential natural disasters.
  • Leads inter-agency or governmental forums to address threats that cross federal, state, and local agencies, from the tactical as well as the strategic and policy perspectives.
  • Advises and counsels the head of an organization regarding the organization’s security, threat, and vulnerability postures.
  • Oversees an investigative entity, either administrative or regulatory, develops best practices to ensure independent and objective investigations, and sets the policies and standards for investigations.




Job Title: Technical Sales Representative
Division: Sales and Marketing
Reporting Positions: Executive Sales Manager/ Vice President
Company: Poraver North America

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Summary. To provide unique technical assistance regarding PORAVER® products to all stakeholders in order to develop new customers in North America. Satisfy the current sales requirements by having primary responsibility to support sales of Poraver®.

Job Responsibilities:

Assist with sales of Poraver

  • Qualify prospects and new leads
  • Make telephone calls and in-person visits to existing and prospective customers
  • Collect and consolidate sales and call reports
  • Assist in developing technical presentations
  • Provide technical support to customers and potential customers
  • Assist customers and prospects with their product formulations
  • Participate in tradeshows and exhibitions
  • Develop, support and manage Poraver® distributors
  • Participate in weekly Sales Conference Call


  • Responsible for the creation and functional layout of all marketing material as laid out by the sales management team
  • Communicate on all aspects of marketing department including; promotions, trade shows, marketing intelligence, IDEA magazine, literature, etc.

Training and Education:
Recommend participation and/or enrolment in educational activities, workshops, and seminars, which contribute, to a program of self-improvement.

Skills / Knowledge Requirements:

  • Strong communication, relationship building, and presentation skills
  • Strong computer skills and good knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
  • Must be able to work independently, set priorities, and manage time effectively.
  • University Degree or diploma in material testing or science related field and minimum 3 years’ experience in Building Construction
  • Ability to travel




Dangerous Goods Transportation Specialist IV
Company: ProteQ

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ProteQ provides technical, business, and programmatic management services to government and commercial clients. ProteQ develops and manages programs, logistics, complex systems integration, engineering programs, field exercises and test plans. ProteQ also offers extensive environmental, health and safety programs, and audit services.

ProteQ continues to support its National Security Clients - the heart of ProteQ's history. The ProteQ team possesses extensive experience in managing complex programs and cross functional teams that develop, integrate, test and transition technology for defense applications focused on the maritime domain. With deep expertise in manned and unmanned undersea systems and operations, the ProteQ team provides its clients with functional expertise ranging across technician, engineering, operations, and executive leadership.

ProteQ is a fast-growing services organization specializing in Logistics Management and transportation of Project Cargo utilizing all modes of transportation to deliver our clients' products and specialized equipment worldwide. We seek-out motivated, high-functioning, dynamic people to join our team.

The Dangerous Goods Transportation Specialist is responsible for training programs and ensuring client shipments are 100% compliant with all United States and International dangerous goods/hazardous material regulations.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Applied experience interpreting and/or enforcing dangerous goods and hazardous material regulations for both government and commercial clients and experience advising on the best way to proceed.
  • Applied experience preparing, labeling, and shipping dangerous goods.
  • Experience training customers and employees on the proper procedures to ship dangerous goods.
  • Ability to communicate complex regulations to both front-line workers, project scientists, and C-Suite Executives.

The Dangerous Goods Specialist plays a key role supporting the ProteQ Logistics Team to direct, develop, and perform logistics management operations including planning, coordinating, and evaluating logistics actions required to support a specified mission or designated program. The work involves: (1) identifying specific customer requirements; (2) developing a plan that identifies the cost, manpower, material, facilities, and services needed to support the client's project; (3) identifying and establishing dangerous goods and hazmat transportation compliance requirements, and (4) correlating those requirements with program plans to assure that the needed support is provided at the right time and place.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Subject matter expertise for the shipment of dangerous goods on behalf of both internal and external customers.
  • Assist in overseeing transportation functions, including commercial client or Government owned cargo.
  • Internal and external training resource and support for DG/HAZMAT compliance training.
  • Assist in managing transportation of ongoing projects and serve as liaison between project management and planning, project team, and field management.
  • Proactively identify problems and swiftly implement corrective solutions.
  • Track and trace all DG/HAZMAT shipments and load statuses.
  • Interface with providers for HAZMAT acceptance.
  • Oversee ISO 9001 Hazardous Material Acceptance program.
  • Review and manage hazmat shipment confirmation forms and distribute as required.
  • Perform other duties as requested or assigned.

Candidate Qualifications:

This position requires travel and field work to ensure successful delivery of client's shipments.

In addition, the following skills, experience, knowledge, certifications and/or education are required:

  • College degree (B.S.) in science or applied discipline and 5 - 8 years industry experience in managing Dangerous Goods & HAZMAT shipments offered into commerce either as consignor, transporter or consignee and/or managing hazardous material programs.
  • Mid-level salaried employee holding positions of increasing responsibilities over 5 - 9 years.
  • Effective communicator both oral and written, with ability to write reports and briefs, and convey complex technical issues to a wide range of audiences, including C-Suite Executives, R&D scientists and front-line operators.
  • Attention to detail, commitment to accuracy, and ability to meet deadlines are essential.
  • Current in your training for shipping dangerous goods under ICAO (IATA), IMDG and USDOT.
  • Hands-on field experience preparing dangerous goods shipments.
  • Schedule/organize shipments for sensitive materials (ITAR, HAZMAT, etc.).
  • Capable of researching, reading, and interpreting regulations.
  • Experienced team player; works well as a member of a group.
  • Ability to work well under pressure, sometimes in overseas locations.
  • Proficient in MS Word, EXCEL and PowerPoint.
  • MUST be a U.S citizen holding a valid US Passport.
  • Physically able to travel and execute field-work labor tasks.

Additional Desired Skills/Abilities:

  • Knowledge of U.S. Customs export and import regulations a plus .
  • Training and/or enforcement experience a plus.
  • Experience in AFMAN-24 desirable.
  • Health and Safety experience a plus.
  • OSHA/DoD Forklift operator license.
  • Active Security Clearance (SECRET) or ability to obtain a security clearance.
  • Understanding of USGOV/DoD Supply & Logistics Structure.

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