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Synergize Consulting has recently signed an exclusive partnership with an international defence company to assist with the hire of contingent workers. The Successful candidates will join the business in line with their plans to grow their defence information capability at their busy and secure site in South East Dorset. Our client’s Defence Information division provides business and mission critical highly secure, assured information systems and services, with a mission to realise information advantage for their customers.
As part of this growth, Synergize are pleased to announce that we are seeking a number of experienced and talented Systems Engineers who have a strong technical ability and work well within a team of like-minded people. As a Systems Engineer you will work from the early stages as part of a bid team to help secure new contracts, through the full design, development and delivery phases. Initially the contract will be 6 months in duration however this is likely to be extended based on candidate performance/project requirements.
Due to the nature of clients work, these roles require on site attendance however they may be in a position to accommodate some working from home (Project dependent). This role requires the successful applicant to hold a live security clearance to SC level.
Your main responsibilities would include:
*Understanding and interpreting customer requirements
*Creating high level and detailed system designs
*Develop solution options
*Understand competitors and suppliers
*Performing sub system component trade studies
*Evolve and innovate existing solutions and new ideas Technical input to bid documentation and costings
*Essential Skills/Experience Track record of Enterprise, Project or System Level Design Solutions
*Experience of working across different MoD systems
*Requirements Definition and Analysis
*Requirements compliance and design to cost Problem solving Developing supplier statements of work
*Supplier and customer engagement Desirable
*Skills/Experience Project or System level designs MoD projects and secure accreditable solutions
*Understanding of automation Information Assurance
*Product Safety Soft Skills As a Systems Engineer you should have the following soft skills:
*Excellent communication skills
*Good team player
*Good listener and ability to take on other perspectives
*Can constructively challenge team members
*Lead and inspire engineers to continually improve
*Passion for continual learning and exploiting the latest technologies
Ideally qualitied with STEM degree or IT equivalent qualifications with some industry/military experience IT equivalent qualifications with extensive experience.
18 Mar 21. Indonesian Navy receives first-ever locally assembled submarine. The Indonesian Navy (Tentara Nasional Indonesia – Angkatan Laut: TNI-AL) has taken delivery of the third and final Nagapasa (DSME 209/1400)-class diesel-electric submarine (SSK) that it ordered in 2011.
Named Alugoro (with pennant number 405), the 61.2 m-long boat was handed over by state-owned shipbuilder PT PAL Indonesia in a ceremony held on 17 March at the company’s facilities in Surabaya that was presided over by Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto.
Alugoro, which was launched in April 2019, is the first-ever SSK to be assembled in Indonesia. The construction was done in collaboration with engineers from South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) under a technology transfer arrangement.
First-of-class KRI Nagapasa (403), which was commissioned in August 2017, and second-of-class KRI Ardadedali (404), which entered service in April 2018, were both built at DSME’s Okpo shipyard on South Korea’s Geoje Island.
The submarines are part of a KRW1.3 trn (USD1.15bn) contract signed between DSME and the Indonesian Ministry of Defense in December 2011.
In 2019 Jakarta signed a contract with DSME for three follow-on boats. However, as Janes reported, Indonesian defence planners began rethinking that decision in April 2020 and are still considering several options with regards to the country’s submarine programme, including terminating the contract with DSME. (Source: Jane’s)
18 Mar 21. Austal delivers ninth Guardian-class vessel to Australian DoD. The Australian Department of Defence (DoD) has received the ninth Guardian-class patrol boat (GCPB) from Austal Australia.
The Australian Department of Defence (DoD) has received the ninth Guardian-class patrol boat (GCPB) from Austal Australia.
Known as future ‘HMPNGS Rochus Lokinap’, the vessel has been gifted by the Government of Australia to the Papua New Guinea (PNG) Defence Force.
A certificate signing ceremony was also held at the company’s Henderson shipyard.
It is the second of four GCPBs to be delivered to PNG under the Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement Project.
The vessel is named after former PNG Defence Force commander (1987 to 1992) brigadier general Rochus Lokinap.
The 39.5m steel monohull patrol boat has been developed centred around a ‘proven design platform’.
This project is part of the Australian Government’s Pacific Maritime Security Program. It follows the delivery of the Guardian-class patrol boat HMPNGS Ted Diro in December 2018.
Austal CEO Paddy Gregg said that the latest GCPB delivery to PNGs had further improved the company’s relationship with the Australian Department of Defence and the PNG Defence Force. (Source: naval-technology.com)
16 Mar 21. Fincantieri delivers logistic support ship LSS Vulcano to Italian Navy. Fincantieri’s Naval Integrated shipyard has delivered the newly built logistics support ship (LSS) Vulcano to the Italian Navy.
Fincantieri’s Naval Integrated shipyard has delivered the newly built logistics support ship (LSS) Vulcano to the Italian Navy.
According to the Italian shipbuilder, the logistics support ship delivery is part of the multi-year programme to renew the Italian Navy’s fleet.
The 193m-long LSS Vulcano is part of the Flotte Logistique (FLOTLOG) programme, which includes the construction of four LSS for the French Navy.
The Vulcano project is being executed by the temporary consortium between Chantiers de l’Atlantique and Naval Group under the Italian-French LSS Program led by Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR).
Fincantieri said that Vulcano is classified by RINA.
The LSS can accommodate a total of 235 people, including crew members and special officers.
Fully equipped hospital and healthcare facilities will be integrated in the ship to provide treatment for up to 17 injured patients.
The Italian fleet renewal programme also involves the construction of the transport and landing helicopter dock (LHD) ‘Trieste’ and seven multipurpose offshore patrol ships (PPA).
It was approved by the Government and Parliament and began in May 2015 (‘Naval Act’) under support of the international organisation for cooperation on arms Organisation Conjointe de Cooperation sur l’Armement (OCCAR).
All three classes of ships are dual use vessels meant for both standard military purposes and civil protection.
The auxiliary propulsion system of these vessels is designed to have a low environmental impact, thus reducing pollution emissions.
Construction of Trieste is underway in Muggiano shipyard with delivery scheduled for next year, while the seven PPAs will enter the fleet starting this year.
Furthermore, the company launched the third PPA Raimondo Montecuccoli at its shipyard in Riva Trigoso, Genoa. (Source: naval-technology.com)
15 Mar 21. HMS Queen Elizabeth visits Scotland for the first time. The Royal Navy’s Fleet Flagship, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in Glen Mallan, Scotland, as part of final preparations before her first operational deployment. Sailing in along the Firth of Clyde, the 65,000 tonne aircraft carrier has spent the last two weeks at sea testing and trialling her latest equipment, before berthing at the new Northern Ammunition Jetty for a routine onload of operational stores.
HMS Queen Elizabeth is the first of the Royal Navy’s fleet to visit the new £64m facility, built by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO).
Operated by Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) through Defence Munitions, the Northern Ammunition Jetty is specifically designed to support the surface fleet, allowing them to continue entering and berthing at Glen Mallan.
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said, “HMS Queen Elizabeth has a very proud affiliation to Scotland and it is only fitting she returns before her first operational deployment later this year. The £64m investment into the new Northern Ammunition Jetty reaffirms our commitment to supporting our core capabilities and defence estate across all corners of the UK.”
Captain Angus Essenhigh, HMS Queen Elizabeth Commanding Officer, said, “We are very proud of the close connection our ship has with Scotland, especially with our affiliated city of Edinburgh.
HMS Queen Elizabeth embodies the best of British engineering and craftsmanship, including Scottish shipbuilding, and it is a privilege to return to her birthplace of Scotland.”
DIO project works undertaken include: the installation of four new navigational aids to ensure safe passage through the confined waterway in Loch Long, two new modular fender spacer units that move with the tide to prevent the aircraft carrier flight deck from coming in to contact with the jetty and the installation of dolphin mooring points to ensure the aircraft can be securely berthed.
Craig MacDonald, DIO’s Project Manager, said, “It is fantastic to have HMS Queen Elizabeth berthed at Glen Mallan for the first time.
DIO previously worked closely with contractors and local partners to ensure vital infrastructure upgrades were completed in time to prepare for the visit and I would like to thank everyone involved. This is the first time HMS Queen Elizabeth has visited Western Scotland, after she initially became a familiar sight on the River Forth where she was assembled.”
HMS Queen Elizabeth is due to sail for Portsmouth at the end of the month, and will deploy to the Mediterranean, Indian Ocean and East Asia later this year, as part of the UK’s Carrier Strike Group. (Source: https://www.gov.uk/)
18 Mar 21. The Rafale F3-R now to be used in operational service. Admiral Pierre Vandier – Chief of Staff of the French Navy, and Air Force General Philippe Lavigne – Chief of Staff of the French Air and Space Force, jointly approved the entry into operational service of the Rafale F3-R fighter jet.
- The upgrading of the French combat aircraft capacities ranks high on the list of priorities of the French military expenditure plan (LPM) which provides for a 2.7bn euro investment in the development of the new versions of the Rafale over the 2019-2025 period.
- The French Navy and the French Air and Space Force are now authorised to make operational use of all the capacities that are developed around the F3-R standard, which is already installed in half the French fleet and will eventually be installed on all Rafale aircraft in service. Both forces now have a world-class multirole fighter aircraft at their disposal capable of operating in the most contested environments.
- The decision also applies to the Rafale aircraft of the GAE (carrier air wing) operated from aircraft carrier Charles-de-Gaulle, or those of the French Air and Space Force that are deployed from the forward air base in Jordan within the framework of operation Chammal.
The entry into operational service is the culmination of a process, which within both armed forces consisted of determining and disseminating the applicable operating tactics defined for the new capacities of the multirole aircraft, as made possible by the F3-R standard, and particularly those offered by the long-range air-to-air Meteor missile and the TALIOS land-based target designator.
The combination of the AESA RBE2 radar and the long-range Meteor missile gives the Rafale the air superiority it needs for beyond visual range engagements in all weather, as required for handling a wide variety of targets.
The new version of the Rafale will continue to carry the enhanced medium-range, air-to-ground missile (ASMPA) as part of airborne nuclear deterrence missions.
15 Mar 21. Franco-German C-130 air transport squadron on track for September IOC. The C-130 air transport squadron being formed by France and Germany is to reach its initial operational capability (IOC) on 1 September as planned despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the Luftwaffe announced on its website on 10 March.
The squadron’s four French Air Force (FAF) C-130Js are stationed at Air Base 123 at Orléans-Bricy pending their move to Évreux in Normandy where the joint Franco-German air transport squadron will be based.
The Luftwaffe reported that a maintenance hangar for three aircraft is being built at Évreux where 10 C-130Js will be based, half of which will be tanker versions. The 16-strong German national support element is scheduled to move to Évreux in April along with seven Bundeswehr civilian personnel, followed by French members of the squadron in July and 40 Luftwaffe pilots, technicians, load masters, clerks, and administrative staff in August. The German pilots are being trained on the C-130J at Little Rock Air Force Base in Arkansas.
The Luftwaffe said 65 of its personnel and about the same number of FAF members would be in Évreux by the end of year. The squadron will be tasked with air transport and aerial refuelling missions for the European Air Transport Command (EATC) in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, and for France and Germany.
The squadron’s IOC will be provided by two C-130J transports and two KC-130J tankers from the FAF, with the six German aircraft to be delivered at the rate of one every six months starting in February 2022. The deliveries are scheduled to be completed in 2024 when the squadron is due to reach its full operational capability. Three of the German aircraft will be C-130Js and three KC-130Js. (Source: Jane’s)
11 Mar 21. Denmark F-35 Lightning II production aircraft takes inaugural flight. Denmark flew its first F-35 Lightning II production aircraft ‘L-001’ becoming the fifth European Nato nation to be armed with the F-35 fighter jet alongside the UK, the Netherlands, Norway and Italy.
Denmark flew its first F-35 Lightning II production aircraft ‘L-001’ becoming the fifth European Nato nation to be armed with the F-35 fighter jet alongside the UK, the Netherlands, Norway and Italy.
The F-35 Lightning II joint strike fighter (JSF) is a stealthy, supersonic multirole fighter jet. It has been developed by Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company for the US airforce, navy and marine corps, as well as programme partners from Nato and US allies.
According to Lockheed Martin, the F-35 is ‘spearheading’ Nato’s airpower, and ensuring ‘strategic integration of allied combat airpower’.
The interoperability of the fifth-generation F-35 ‘binds’ 13 allies and other US partners in air dominance and allows critical joint capabilities.
Lockheed Martin noted that the F-35 will act as a ‘force multiplier’ for Denmark.
This allows the Royal Danish Air Force (RDAF) to train and fight alongside Nato allies while creating a strong ‘deterrent’.
F-35 acting vice-president and general manager Bill Brotherton said: “Achieving the first flight of Denmark’s first F-35 is major milestone for the Denmark F-35 programme and a testament to the outstanding abilities of our dedicated and highly trained joint industry and government team.
“This team’s focus on delivering the most effective, survivable and connected fighter in the world will ensure the sovereign protection of Denmark and strengthen allies and partners through the Nato F-35 coalition.”
The L-001 is scheduled to be delivered to the RDAF next month.
Later this year, it will be flown to Luke AFB in Arizona, US, for pilot and maintainer training. (Source: airforce-technology.com)
MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT
15 Mar 21. Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Sudan: Giles Lever. Mr Giles Lever has been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of Sudan in succession to Mr Irfan Siddiq OBE. Mr Giles Lever has been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of Sudan in succession to Mr Irfan Siddiq OBE who has transferred to another Diplomatic Service appointment. Mr Lever will take up his appointment during September 2021. (Source: https://www.gov.uk/)
15 Mar 21. New Officials Sworn-in at the Department of Defense. The following individuals have been sworn-in virtually or in-person from March 9, 2021, through March 15, 2021.
- Alex Sanchez, Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff to the Secretary of the Air Force
- Stefanie Tompkins, Director, Defense Agency
- Daniel Erikson, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Western Hemisphere
- Sarah Farnsworth, Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Protocol
- Joseph Federici, Speechwriter, Office of the Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs
- Siddharth Mohandas, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for East Asia
- Christian Urrutia, Counsel to the General Counsel
16 Mar 21. New Director Takes Over at Pentagon’s Top Research Office.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the Pentagon’s top research arm, has a new leader. Stefanie Tompkins, President Joe Biden’s appointee, was sworn in Monday as DARPA director. She served 11 years in various roles at the agency, including a stint from 2017-2018 as acting deputy director. . . . She also was a DARPA program manager and deputy director of the agency’s Strategic Technology Office, which is focused on future network warfare technologies. . . . Since leaving DARPA in 2018, Tompkins was vice president for research and technology transfer at Colorado School of Mines, a research university. She is a former Army intelligence officer. (Source: glstrade.com/C4ISRNet.com)
16 Mar 21. Airbus and Draken Europe team to provide Second Generation UK Search and Rescue capability. Airbus is teaming with Draken Europe to address the UK Maritime Coastguard Agency’s (MCA) requirement for the Second Generation Search and Rescue (UKSAR2G) service.
Airbus and Draken present a UK-based partnership demonstrating an extensive track record in delivering critical Search and Rescue services around the world, an ethos of technological advancement and innovation combined with sound financial resilience.
The combination of the proven-in-service SAR product and support capabilities of Airbus, a global leader in aerospace, with the extensive operational experience of Draken, a supplier of mission critical aviation services to the UK Government and global customers, will allow us to offer a comprehensive next generation enhancement to the MCA’s current SAR service while ensuring the robust continuity of its life-saving operations.
Together, Airbus and Draken will deliver a total system solution which will seamlessly deploy advanced helicopter, fixed wing and unmanned aircraft supported by a diverse array of integrated mission-critical technologies enabling the delivery of a timely SAR response whenever and wherever it is needed.Together Airbus and Draken Europe employ more than 12,000 highly skilled aerospace professionals in the UK and sustain well over 110,000 jobs at some 2,500 supplier companies across the country.
Airbus Helicopters UK Managing Director, Colin James, said: “We have enormous respect for the long history, traditions and the dedicated workforce of the MCA’s current SAR operations. With Draken we are fully focused on this opportunity to deliver the next generation SAR service deploying our innovative technologies and practices, integrated with our proven high performance and advanced aircraft.”
Draken Europe CEO Paul Armstrong said: “The complementary skills of our well-matched companies with our combined vast expertise, innovation and decades of experience in building, operating and supporting SAR helicopters and special mission fixed wing aircraft will allow us to offer a compelling SAR2G proposal to the MCA. With Airbus we will deliver a service that offers resilience and value for money but most importantly a service that will always respond to distress whenever needed.”
11 Mar 21. Shelly O’Neill Stoneman to Lead Government Relations for BAE. BAE Systems has named Shelly O’Neill Stoneman to become the Senior Vice President for Government Relations, effective April 17, 2021.
In her new role, Stoneman will assume responsibility for all government relations activities for the company, overseeing BAE Systems, Inc.’s relationships with members of Congress, the Department of Defense and other Executive branch organizations, as well as state government leaders.
Stoneman will report to BAE Systems, Inc. president and CEO Tom Arseneault, and serve as a member of the Inc. senior leadership team. She will also serve as a director on the BAE Systems, Inc. Board of Directors.
“Shelly has already proven that she’s a strong senior leader who can work effectively across the company, throughout the Pentagon and across the aisle to ensure we deliver for our customer,” said Tom Arseneault, BAE Systems, Inc. president and CEO. “I look forward to her joining the Senior Leadership Team and continuing to strengthen our engagement with the government.”
Shelly is currently the company’s vice president for Executive Branch and International Government Relations, serving as BAE Systems, Inc.’s primary liaison to the Pentagon, State Department, Intelligence Community, and the White House. She also supports the company covering foreign military sales and direct international commercial sales through engagement with the U.S. government and foreign embassies.
Prior to joining BAE Systems, Stoneman had a distinguished career of nearly 15 years of public service, including serving as the Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense and White House Liaison for three Secretaries of Defense under the Obama Administration. From 2009-2011, she also worked in the White House Office of Legislative Affairs, where she served as Special Assistant to the President and was responsible for the defense and national security legislative portfolio. Earlier in her career, she served on Capitol Hill, working for a Senate committee, as well as a Member of the House Appropriations Committee. Stoneman will succeed Frank Ruggiero, who will remain with the company as a Legacy Fellow, advising the office of the CEO, for the coming months. (Source: ASD Network)
15 Mar 21. ColdQuanta, the leader in Cold Atom Quantum Technology, today announced Dan Caruso as its Executive Chairman and interim CEO. Over the past several years, ColdQuanta has developed world leading expertise in the most scalable, versatile, and commercially viable area of quantum – the Cold Atom Method. As Executive Chairman, Dan will oversee the strategic direction and rapid growth of one of the world’s most influential companies in the burgeoning field of quantum computing, sensing and networking.
Dan has deep experience scaling businesses from startup to IPO, and is an active investor in the tech industry. He has been a member of three startups, all of which are valued at over $10bn: Zayo Group, Level 3 Communications, and MFS Communications. Prior to ColdQuanta, Caruso was the co-founder, chairman and CEO of Zayo Group, a global provider of internet infrastructure. Caruso led Zayo through an IPO to create a multi-billion dollar company. He later took Zayo private and sold the company in March of 2020 in a $14.3bn deal. Prior to Zayo, Caruso was one of the founding executives of Level 3 Communications and the former CEO of ICG Communications. (Source: PR Newswire)
17 Mar 21. Deep Water Point announced that LTG Robert (Bob) Ashley, USA, Ret. joined its team in support of the company’s defense and intelligence business. General Ashley is a senior leader with 36 years of experience in operational combat, intelligence, global security, cybersecurity, analytics, and risk management. His most recent position was the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) from 2017-2020. His full biography can be found on the company’s website: https://www.deepwaterpoint.com/robert-ashley/.
Deep Water Point has recruited some of the nation’s top federal civilian and military leaders to support its growing consulting practice — particularly in the areas of defense and intelligence. Other military leaders who have joined the firm include the former Deputy Commanding Generals of U.S. European Command, U.S. Southern Command, and U.S. Northern Command. The former Commanding General of U.S. Army Special Operations Command and the Chief of Staff of U.S. Cyber Command joined the firmed in prior months. (Source: PR Newswire)
15 Mar 21. GAMA Announces Additions to Executive Committee Leadership. Today, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) announced the addition of three board members to serve on its Executive Committee leadership team. The Executive Committee is comprised of members of GAMA’s Board of Directors, who provide strategic leadership for the association and lead its policy committees.
David Coleal, CEO of Incora, will serve as chair of the Airworthiness and Maintenance Policy Committee. The committee works with authorities to promote appropriate regulations and policies for maintenance and repair stations. Coleal has previously served on the Executive Committee and chaired the Environment Committee. Coleal has been a member of the GAMA Board of Directors since 2015.
JoeBen Bevirt, Founder and CEO of Joby Aviation, and Roei Ganzarski, CEO of magniX and Executive Chairman of Eviation, will serve as co-chairs of the Electric Propulsion and Innovation Committee (EPIC). The committee works to create an environment conducive to efficient design, production, operation, and maintenance of hybrid and electric propulsion aircraft, including eVTOLs. This will be Bevirt and Ganzarski’s first time serving on the Executive Committee. Bevirt has been a member of the GAMA Board of Directors since 2018 and Ganzarski has been a member since 2019.
The additions to the GAMA Executive Committee were elected by the Board of Directors during its Winter Board Meeting.
17 Mar 21. Kleos Space S.A (ASX:KSS, Frankfurt:KS1), a space-powered Radio Frequency Reconnaissance data-as-a-service (DaaS) company US subsidiary; Kleos Space Inc., has appointed experienced satellite software and systems engineer Vincent (Vinny) Furia as Technical Director.
In the newly created role, Mr Furia will report to the CTO, with responsibility for effective and efficient development and deployment of the Kleos space based systems (progressing towards a constellation of satellite clusters), ground support, analytics and data delivery.
Mr Furia was previously Space Operations Director at nanosatellite operator Spire Global, where he was responsible for managing a constellation of more than 100 satellites and 30 ground stations. He brings more than eight years’ program and project management experience to Kleos and has 15 years’ expertise in software and systems engineering, including 11 years at global aerospace and defence technology innovator Harris Corporation.
Mr Furia’s appointment follows the establishment of Kleos’ Denver engineering office in January and builds on the recent preparation for commercialisation of its radio frequency geolocation intelligence data with additional US-based appointments of Chief Revenue Officer Eric von Eckartsberg, Product Manager Guillermo Gutierrez and Sales Executive Alex Johnson. Kleos has engineering offices in Denver CO, the UK and Luxembourg.
16 Mar 21. Visible Assets, Inc. (Visible®), a global provider of RuBee (IEEE 1902.1), magnetic wireless asset visibility, sensor security networks, and artificial intelligence (AI) condition-based maintenance (CBM) systems, today announced the appointment of Lisa Gordon-Hagerty to its board of directors. Ms. Gordon-Hagerty served as the Administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and Under Secretary for Nuclear Security at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) from February 2018 through November 2020. Appointed by Donald Trump and confirmed by the U.S. Senate, she was the first woman to hold this national leadership position. With more than 30 years of national security experience, Ms. Gordon-Hagerty was responsible for the management and operations of NNSA in support of President Trump’s nuclear security agenda. NNSA, a semiautonomous agency within DOE, enhances national security through the military application of nuclear science. It maintains and enhances the safety, security, and effectiveness of the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile; works to reduce the global threat of weapons of mass destruction; provides the U.S. Navy with safe, effective nuclear propulsion; and responds to nuclear and radiological emergencies in the U.S. and abroad. Ms. Gordon-Hagerty was also a member of the joint Department of Defense (DoD), DOE Nuclear Weapons Council. (Source: PR Newswire)
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