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Working As An United States Marine

  • Getting Information
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Performing for or Working Directly with the Public
  • Unpleasant/Angry People

  • Mostly Sitting

  • Make Decisions

  • $105,190

    Average Salary

What Does An United States Marine Do At Halliburton

* Research available scientific literature to obtain references and information on the physical, chemical, and toxicological properties of chemical substances.
* Interpret tests, surveys, analytical results, toxic substance bioassays, and other scientific data.
* Assist in determining appropriate chemical surrogates to fill data gaps for specific chemicals.
* Examine the weight of evidence to determine the initial classification of chemical substances.
* As part of a Global Product Stewardship Team participate in chemical hazard classifications review lead meetings with other technical professionals
* Provide input to create chemical and biocidal dossiers for registration with appropriate governmental agency.
* Assist in the preparation of technical reports, data summaries and proposals for customers and regulatory agencies.
* Monitor, interpret, and communicate regulatory issues that will impact chemical classification or use of a product.
* Lead and participate in teams to develop, implement, document and improve work processes, procedures, and practices.
* Based on business need conduct and document substance level compliance assessments for the sale, distribution and use of chemical products within a jurisdiction.
* Submit documentation to protect company confidential business information, as needed.
* Support Safety Data Sheet (SDS) authors for mixture hazard classifications and toxicology.
* Partner with Legal team and business units, as needed, to develop regulatory strategies and address regulatory questions or concerns.
* Assist EHS colleagues and support activities as necessary in all EHS areas including SDS creation, Chemical hazard assessment, Product Stewardship, Toxicology, and Product Compliance

What Does An United States Marine Do At Aramark

* Sets up and breaks down work stations
* Maintains a clean and sanitary work station
* Cooks and prepares food according to production guidelines and recipes
* Knowledge of food product, identification, and acceptable level of food quality
* Ensures food is stored at the appropriate temperature for the appropriate length of time and follows all food safety standards
* Completes daily temperature logs
* Must know methods of food preparation, cooking times, and portion sizes to ensure food is prepared in prescribed manner
* Evaluates food quality and preparedness by tasting
* Cuts, trims, bones, and carves meats and poultry for cooking
* Responsible for using correct portions when cutting, preparing, and serving items
* Cleans and sanitizes work areas, equipment, and utensils
* Additional Job Functions:
* Assists in other areas as needed
* Adheres to weekly/monthly cleaning schedules as posted by management
* Completion of any task requested by a supervisor or member of the Aramark management team

What Does An United States Marine Do At Camber Corporation

* Prepare and process individuals for deployments/re-deployments to/from combat zones, exercises, and other locations based on US Government, DOD, AF, COCOM, and any other applicable guidance.
* Coordinateandschedulerequiredpre-departuretrainingwiththedeployingpersonnel and contingency exercises to include deployment tasking processing.
* Coordinate Total Force Awareness Training (TFAT), basic Airmen Readiness (BAR) and Basic Deployment Readiness (BDR), from Advanced Distributed Learning Service (ADLS) as well as location specific trainingrequirements.
* Prepare and submit a list of requirements for purchase to squadron leadership for approval in support of mobility/readiness requirements.
* Distribute deployment equipment specified by location specific Reporting Instructions (RIs), organizations or guidance from organizations, maintain this equipment, and distribute individual equipment for deploying personnel utilizing current host base and AFI guidance.
* Prepare and submit a list of requirements for purchase to squadron leadership in support of mobility/readiness requirements.
* ManagedeploymentreportingintheAirExpeditionaryForceUnit Type Code (UTC)ReportingTool(ARTool)includingUTC posturing and individual status updates in Status of Resource and Training Reporting System (SORTS) and the Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS).
* Use AEF reporting tool, Excel, and ASIMS to track pre-deployment/post-deployment mobility, logistics, security, ancillary training, member identification tags, medical, and dental requirements.
* Interface with Government-designated Commercial Travel Office (CTO), Air Mobility Command liaison officers, Force Generation Cell, and unit/group/wing resource advisors to arrange and/or de-conflict deployment/re-deployment travel.
* Coordinate with wing, base and higher headquarters offices on deployment issues and maintain mobility folders/documentation IAW DoD Foreign Clearance Guide, AFI 10
* AFI 10-403, AFI 33-332, AFI 37-132, associated AFCENT/MAJCOM/Installation supplements, and locally-developed guidance.
* Maintain unit passport roster, recall roster, and manage recall procedures for real world and exercise events.
* Schedule members to maintain qualification for AFI dictated small arms training.
* Coordinate with members and Operations Group Mobility office (OG/OGX) for required mobility folder reviews.
* Perform as Unit Airfield Driving Program (UADPM) manager and Vehicle Control Officer, IAW AFI 13
* Airfield Driving_ .
* Conduct and manage training of aircrew members.
* Track Government Travel Card (GTC) delinquencies and aircrew DTS order/voucher status

What Does An United States Marine Do At Abraxas Corporation

* Identifies “new” business opportunities
* Provides input for accurate and realistic bookings forecast estimates
* Develops and maintains contacts with customers
* Develops and maintains program descriptions, and capture plans
* Advises management on bid/no bid decisions, multi-company teaming decisions, solution design, pricing strategy, supplemental staffing, and other issues affecting probability of winning contracts
* Working closely with the strategy and business development group, develops marketing information used for new business proposals, solution specifications, statements of work and systems requirements
* Recommends application and/or modification of Company solutions to satisfy customer requirements
* Confers with customer technical representatives and management to determine and interpret customer requirements
* Improves competitive position by recommending new applications of solutions, providing information on the technical development of systems and assisting in program planning
* Keeps track of potential sales opportunities and marketing efforts of competitor firms
* Manages discretionary resources
* Working with the strategy and business development group, participates in the preparation of the strategic plan
* Assists communications and public relations department in preparing display and promotional material

What Does An United States Marine Do At Mantech

* ManTech is seeking a dynamic, innovative, Account Manager to directly support ManTech s Systems Engineering Mission Support (SEMS) business unit at our
* Northern VA location
* Reporting to the Sales Vice President for SEMS, this highly visible position will work with the most senior managers across ManTech to develop strategy and drive business growth on the business units largest, most strategic opportunities.
* Candidate has a successful history in winning large single and multiple award contracts over $50M and building a healthy pipeline of opportunities.
* The ideal candidate will have direct customer background either in the government or prior contractor roles.
* Direct government experience and knowledge of Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard intelligence customers is a must.
* A detailed knowledge of industry and customer leadership with established relationships is required.
* The right candidate will have led successful captures of a large new business vehicles and task orders.
* The ideal candidate will have knowledge and a successful record of winning acquisitions in other US Government agencies such as OPNAV N2/N6, Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI), Naval Information Forces (NAVIDFOR), HQMC Intelligence, and Coast Guard Intelligence (CCG
* The candidate will have knowledge and a successful track record in winning large acquisitions in the area Cyber and Information Operations; CNO/CND; Intel Analysis; Electronic Warfare; and Training.
* The selected candidate will be a key driver in the relationships between ManTech and Government service customers with direct accountability for growth in backlog and program wins.
* This role requires innovative strategic development and execution in leading a cross-functional set of integrated ManTech service offerings.
* The ability to communicate to the Group and Business Unit leadership team a cohesive pursuit strategy and secure discretionary funds to support this strategy.
* Market strategy development & tactical implementation for ManTech service offerings.
* Development and execution of detailed capture and call plans.
* Frequent activities involving preparation and presentation of critical briefings to key customers and Group and Business Unit management.
* The selected candidate will also have direct responsibility to manage the proposal preparation team and present a fully compliant and winning technical, cost and management proposal to the customer

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