CAREER SKILLS PROGRAM INSTALLATION ADMINISTRATOR (CSPIA) 

ACES CAREER SKILLS PROGRAM INSTALLATION ADMINISTRATOR – Schofield

 CAREER SKILLS PROGRAM INSTALLATION ADMINISTRATOR (CSPIA) 

Indtai seeks to fill the Career Skills Program Installation Administrator position at Schofield Barracks, HI under a contract with the United States Army Continuing Education Support Services. 

The CSPIA offers employment skills training opportunities to Soldiers or occasionally other service members preparing to transition from military to civilian employment through providing program planning, administrative/logistical support, and reporting within their area of responsibility in direct support of the Army’s Career Skills Program (CSP). CSPIAs coordinate with garrison-approved CSP employers, professional associations, unions, industry leaders, education and training providers to promote opportunities for transitioning Soldiers to yield high-value jobs or careers; from initial concept to establishment of a partnership and execution, with minimal or no cost to the government. 

Qualifications 

 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. 

 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 separation issues. 

 Department of Labor familiarity and knowledge of workforce development funding. 

 Customer services skills required. 

 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. 

 Good command of the English language which includes the ability to read, write, understand, and clearly and effectively communicate the language. 

 NACI clearance is required. 

Skills 

 Customer service oriented 

 Good time management 

 Team player 

 Excellent verbal and written communicator 

 Computer proficient 

 Records management 

 Data Analysis and Reports 

 Information and referral 

 Scheduling 

 Marketing and Outreach 

Note: Career Skills Program Installation Administrator personnel are EXEMPT to the Services Contract Act. Career Skills Program Installation Administrator (CSPIA) (SCA EXEMPT, DOL Title & Description is: Education Counselor). 

Indtai, Inc. (www.indtai.com) is an Equal Opportunity Employer 

Interested candidates may send resume to: jwilson@indtai.com 

 WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument 

 WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument 

1845 Wasp BLVD, #176 

Honolulu, HI 96818 

www.nps.gov/valr 

National Park Service News Release 

National Park Service 

U.S. Department of the Interior 

Date: October 29, 2018 

USS Arizona Memorial dock completion expected in March 2019 

HONOLULU – The National Park Service (NPS) expects the USS Arizona Memorial dock repair project to be complete by March 2019, allowing visitor access to the memorial to resume. 

The design phase of the project was recently completed, allowing for the development of a more precise timeline for the repair process. Unfortunately, it will not be completed in time for National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day on December 7. Since May, the NPS has worked with its partners in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force to ensure repairs are made as quickly as possible with special consideration given to the national significance of the site. 

“Not being able to welcome survivors and their families on the USS Arizona Memorial this coming December 7th is heartbreaking,” said Jacqueline Ashwell, superintendent of WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument, who oversees the memorial. “After exploring multiple options, we are working with our friends in the U.S. Navy to hold an intimate ceremony aboard a vessel adjacent to the USS Arizona. The Navy has been our partner every step of the way, and I could not be more grateful for their support.” 

The boat-based ceremony will include a floral tribute and will also allow survivors, their families, and other key dignitaries to pay their respects to the fallen at the USS Arizona. This special ceremony will be in addition to the full land-based commemoration ceremony. 

Access to the USS Arizona Memorial was suspended on May 6 when minor damage to the exterior of the structure became visible at the main point of entry. A more thorough examination revealed that the damage was caused by a failure of the visitor loading dock anchoring system. This placed extreme pressure on the loading bridge that provides overwater passage for visitors from the loading dock to the USS Arizona Memorial. Access was curtailed immediately to ensure visitor safety and prevent additional damage to the memorial. 

Ashwell also stated, “We are committed to restoring access to the memorial as soon as possible for all visitors, and it will remain a top priority across the board for this site and the National Park Service. We have condensed this project to the shortest amount of time necessary while also implementing solutions that will ensure a similar problem does not occur again. We appreciate the public’s continued patience as we work to complete the process and reinstitute access to the USS Arizona Memorial.” 

While the repair process continues, visitors will continue to see a 25-minute documentary film followed by a harbor tour of Battleship Row on U.S. Navy vessels which pass as close as possible to the USS Arizona Memorial. The NPS will continue to provide live or recorded commentary in an effort to maximize the visitor experience. Reservations are encouraged, as tickets for these programs continue to be fully distributed each day. 

All other amenities at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center remain open and accessible. Visitors are encouraged to visit our two free museums, shore side exhibits, snack shop and bookstore. Our partners at the Battleship Missouri Memorial, the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, and Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum remain open and ready to welcome visitors. 

-NPS- 

For more information, please visit our website at www.nps.gov/valr and our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ValorNPS or contact: