ESOH Analyst Needed (MD / Northern VA Area)

Environment, Safety and Occupational Health (ESOH) ANALYST needed for a full time position supporting a major DoD installation in and around the Washington, D.C. / northern VA area.

Exciting position with a dynamic small business for an ESOH professional looking to grow. Candidate must have experience in identifying, researching, analyzing, and documenting ESOH and system safety elements for DoD clients and/or system (required).

Experience and knowledge working with MIL-STD-882 ESOH and system safety tasking and status reporting of tasks required.


  • A Bachelor's degree in Science/Arts in a recognized technical or business management discipline from an accredited college or university.
  • Three (3) of related professional experience with one (1) year of that experience in the ESOH, design, development, fabrication, manufacturer, modification, test and evaluation, installation, integration, and/or training related to a DOD combat system(s).
  • Ten (10) years of qualifying experience can be substituted for the Bachelor's degree.
  • Must have experience with the application of MIL-STD-882 and the Joint Software Systems Safety Handbook (SSSH).


Ammunition Handler / Coordinator Position

Location: San Diego, CA

  1. Must have experience in inventory management procedures of ammunition and general warehouse operations.

  2. Must have experience in ammunition handling operations including generation of DD Form 1348.

  3. Must have extensive experience in Navy and Federal Supply Systems and Federal DOD and Navy regulations and procedures

  4. Must have extensive experience in the following areas:
    a. Supervision/Management of personnel
    b. Analyzing/processing/shipping/receiving/screening parts
    c. Shipboard parts offload
    d. Transportation Account Codes
    e. Developing, analyzing, and preparing reports

  5. Physical - Ability to lift/carry up to 50 lbs.

  6. Must have an active DoD SECRET CLEARANCE


Explosives Safety Technicians Needed

Explosives Service International (ESI) of Baton Rouge, Louisiana was awarded the contract for the disposal of approximately 16 million pounds of M6 propellant located at the former Louisiana Army Ammunition Plant currently referred to as Camp Minden in Minden Louisiana. The destruction process will entail burning propellant in a Contained Burn Chamber (CBC). Site specific plans have been developed and approved and the work is scheduled to start in late January 2016. The work force will consist of trained explosive handlers and laborers licensed in the State of Louisiana. ESI will conduct on site explosive handlers training for those that are not licensed. The project is expected to last about one year and will boost the economy by hiring as much local support possible.

The project is located in a rural area of north Louisiana near the town of Minden, approximately 25 miles east of Shreveport, La. The job is scheduled to be approximately one year in duration. The typical work schedule will be rotational, requiring working either a day shift or a night shift for a minimum of sixty (60) hours per week. Work is expected to start toward the end of January for training and systemization.

Details of the project and the work force are as follows.

  • Hourly rate up to $25.00 per hour based on experience.
  • Overtime paid over 40 hours per week.
  • Lodging will be provided on site in three (3) bedroom two (2) bath house trailer approximately 80 feet in length (2 men per room).
  • Breakfast and lunch will be catered each working day by ESI.
  • Per diem will be $20.00 per day, does not apply to locals.
  • Mileage or air fare equivalent will be allotted for initial mobilization to and final demobilization from the job based on ESI mileage rates.
  • ESI will provide the required Louisiana Explosive License certification and site specific training.
  • ESI will provide the required 100% cotton clothing to work at the site.
  • Paid home leave is not applicable to this project and authorized only for a personal emergency.
  • Unaccompanied tour (i.e., project not setup for dependants to accompany worker during deployment to the site)

Those interested about obtaining work as an explosive handler or laborer can send a letter of interest or resume to Frank Czajkowski at

Help Wanted - Munitions Response Geophysicist - U.S. Locations

As a Munitions Response Geophysicist, you will have the chance to deliver high quality work products to our federal sector clients. Working with other members of our team, you'll design, implement, and manage geophysical investigations. During your time with us, you will have the opportunity to develop technical approaches for proposals or projects; analyze or review geophysical data in Oasis Montaj (Geosoft) (including advanced classification data from TEMTADS or MetalMapper systems); prepare site inspection or remedial investigation work plans; prepare geophysical investigation plans; review and prepare geophysical subcontractor procurements; review geophysical subcontractor proposals; interact with internal team players; and oversee subcontractor field activities. If you're up for the challenge, we've been looking for someone just like you. Join our team and help us lay the foundation for human progress.

Basic Qualifications:

  • BS in geophysics, geology, geological engineering or a closely related field.
  • At least 7 years of geophysical experience with 5 years of Munitions Response related geophysical experience.
  • Specific training, knowledge, and experience necessary to develop, review, and/or implement the Geophysical Investigation Work Plan.
  • Experience with implementing and conducting site investigations for Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC) sites.
  • Familiarity with state and federal regulations regarding MEC.
  • Knowledge of CERCLA and RCRA regulatory processes.


Help Wanted - Demining Instructors (Iraq)

UXO Global is looking for resumes of those interested in teaching demining in Iraq. We do not have any detailed information at this time, as we are still in the preliminary stages.

We are looking for EOD with IMAS or demining experience who would be willing to submit their resume for consideration.

If you are interested please send me your resume or if you know of anyone please feel free forward my contact information.

Isabel Jackson
(970) 290-5034 - Cell

Munitions / Explosives Research Analyst Position

Ordnance Holdings, Inc. (OHI) is a small HUB Zone business based in a Maryland providing engineering, consulting, information technology (IT), and Research and Development (R&D) support to address Department of Defense (DoD) environmental issues and related technology needs. Areas of focus include supporting projects associated with military training to include former and active training ranges. OHI manages, an on-line news and information source for the unexploded ordnance (UXO) industry.

Position Title: Munitions / Explosives Research Analyst
Location: Open  Candidate can work remotely
Position Type: Part-Time with potential to transition to full-time
Travel: Occasional (up to 15% of the time)

Qualifications: The candidate must have a 3-5 years collective experience performing Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) operations and must be a graduate of Naval School EOD. The candidate must possess knowledge of military munitions and explosives related operations. Job Description: The Munitions / Explosives Research Analyst will provide expertise to support the technical delivery, quality, and safety aspects of OHI's consulting and munitions response and range services market segment.


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