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Title: Survival Kit


1
Survival Kit
  • Choose Your Own Adventure
  • Tools to Succeed

2
Mapping it Out
  • Introduce IDP
  • Opportunities for Development
  • Self Assessment
  • Learn about select a mentor
  • Prepare IDP
  • 360 Feedback
  • Skip to next

3
Introduction to the IDP Process
  • OHR career development Employee's Guide to
    Individual Development Planning
    http//ohr.gsfc.nasa.gov/DevGuide/idp.htm
  • Lets get started by thinking about some of the
    following questions
  • What was my best day like?
  • What do I want to do?
  • What do I like to do?
  • Try these great web sites 10 minutes and it is
    FREE!
  • http//www.career.missouri.edu/ Select Career
    Interests Game to take the survey
  • http//ohr.gsfc.nasa.gov/career/Online.htm
    Select Career Key to take the survey
  • Be sure to print your results so you can
    discuss with your mentor!
  • REMEMBER Workforce Happiness Personal
    Happiness

4
NASAs Competency Management System
  • A Competency is a "base-level" knowledge domain
    that is relevant to the Agency's mission. It is
    the fundamental business or technical principles
    that a person needs to understand to be able to
    apply it to his or her specific job functions.
  • Visit http//ohr.gsfc.nasa.gov/cms/home.htm for
    more information.
  • CMS Implementation at GSFC
  • In March 2005, Employees build and update their
    competency portfolios using the CMS web-based
    tool. Employees will self-certify their
    competencies.

5
Opportunities for Development
  • Take initiative! Consider career opportunities
    within your current Directorate.
  • Think outside the box! Have you ever considered
    career opportunities outside of your
    Directorate?!
  • Believe it or not Most supervisors are willing
    to help! Set up a meeting to talk with someone
    inside or outside your Directorate!
  • Here are some examples
  • Jay Pittman, RMMO x1955
  • Caroline Massey, MOD x1959
  • Judy Vucovich, RMO x1206
  • Steve Nelson, AETD x2396
  • John Gerlach, OSB x1515

6
Choose Your Own Professional Adventure Self
Assessment
  • Question What do I want to be when I grow up?
  • Supervisor/Manager (p.17)
  • Engineer (p.7)
  • Management Operations (p.13)
  • Administrative/Clerical (p.17)
  • Scientist (p.xx)
  • Position in RMMO (p.xx)
  • Position in RMO (p.xx)

7
Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate,
Code 500
http//aetd.gsfc.nasa.gov/
AETDs Mission We build the systems of
tomorrow.TODAY In AETD we realize that
Customers Come First in order to Grow the
Future's Technologies and Meet Our Commitments.
We are dedicated to Supporting Our People and
utilizing Resources to Win Work for the Future
  • Question What are your interests?
  • Choose from the list of skills below to see which
    jobs involve the type of work you might like to
    do.
  • If you like Analysis (p.11)
  • If you are interested in Computer programming
    (p.10)
  • If you enjoy working with your hands (p.8)
  • If you like working with RF instrumentation
    (p.9)
  • If you like working with materials (p.8)
  • If you like looking at the big picture (p.11)
  • If you like managing and overseeing employees
    (p.17, Crosswalk)

8
Mechanical Systems Branch, Code 548
http//www.wff.nasa.gov/code548/
The Mechanical Systems Branch provides mechanical
systems mission design and implementation for
suborbital and special orbital projects and for
earth and space science instrument design and
development activities at the Wallops Flight
Facility. Personnel serve in the Product Design
Lead role on key projects and technology
development efforts and also provide technical
expertise and implementation of integration,
testing, and launch operations.
  • Question What do you like to do?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in structural analysis
    (p.12)
  • I am interested in mechanical design (p.12)
  • I am interested in thermal analysis (p.12)
  • I am interested in materials research and
    development (p.12)
  • I am interested in assembly, integration, and
    testing (p.12)

9
Wallops Electrical Engineering Branch, Code 569
http//eed.gsfc.nasa.gov/codes/code569.htm
The Wallops Electrical Engineering Branch is
responsible for conception, analysis, design,
development, validation, and implementation of
electrical/electronic, RF, microwave, and
millimeter wave components and systems in support
of the Wallops Flight Facility missions,
projects, and technology initiatives. The
Wallops Electrical Engineering Branch provides
world-class expertise for development of both
flight and ground instrumentation, communication,
and radar components and systems for Wallops
sounding rockets, aircraft, balloons, satellites,
shuttle payloads, ocean-borne payloads and
support systems.
  • Question What do you like to do?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in command and data handling
    systems (p.12)
  • I am interested in power generation and
    distributions systems (p.12)
  • I am interested in RF, microwave millimeter
    wave telemetry, radar, command systems (p.12)
  • I am interested in antenna systems (p.12)
  • I am interested in communications systems
    (p.12)
  • I am interested in control systems (p.12)
  • I am interested in data acquisition and storage
    systems (p.12)
  • I am interested in pyrotechnic/mechanism
    deployment electronics (p.12)

10
Wallops Systems Software Engineering Branch, Code
589
http//www.wff.nasa.gov/code589/
The Wallops Systems Software Engineering Branch
is the Information Systems Division's engineering
service provider at the Wallops Flight Facility.
We develop integrated systems for real-time
mission support, perform prototyping in
collaboration with other NASA and government
organizations, universities, and commercial
partners, and develop test-beds to prove concepts
in an operational environment. We analyze,
design, test, develop, and integrate unique SW,
HW, COTS, and data systems solutions to meet our
customers' requirements.
  • Question What do you like to do?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in programming (p.12)
  • I am interested in embedded systems (p.12)
  • I am interested in testing and verification
    (p.12)
  • I am interested in designing systems (p.12)
  • I am interested in managing projects (p.17,
    Crosswalk)

11
Guidance, Navigation, Control Mission Systems
Engineering Branch, Code 598
http//www.wff.nasa.gov/code598/
  • The Guidance, Navigation and Control and Mission
    Systems Engineering Branch (Code 598) is
    responsible for the following
  • Fabrication, assembly, and testing of hardware
  • Electronics testing, verification, cleaning, and
    assembly
  • Assembly of prototype circuit boards
  • Software development and testing
  • Environmental and thermal vacuum chamber testing
  • Mechanical integration of command data module
  • Design of Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
    simulators
  • Question What do you like to do?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in Fabrication, assembly, and
    testing of hardware (p.12)
  • I am interested in Electronics testing,
    verification, cleaning, and assembly (p.12)
  • I am interested in Software development and
    testing (p.12)
  • I am interested in Applying Control
    methods (p.12)
  • I am interested in System design and
    analysis (p.12)
  • I am interested in project management (p.14,
    Crosswalk)
  • I am interested in organizing and leading a
    team (p.14, Crosswalk)

12
Position Descriptions
  • Electrical Engineer insert or refer to website
    for position here
  • Electrical Technician
  • Electronics Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Mechanical Technician
  • Systems Engineer
  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Supervisory Position
  • Administrative/Clerical Position
  • Software Engineer

13
Management Operations Directorate, Code 200
Manage assets and deliver essential services to
support WFFs Mission.
  • Question What are your interests?
  • Choose from the list of skills below to see which
    jobs involve the type of work you might like to
    do.
  • If you like to track funds and manpower (p.14)
  • If you enjoy buying things (p.15)
  • If you enjoy the buildings and facilities systems
    (p.16)
  • If you like moving things from here to there
    (p.17)
  • If you like security processes (p.18)
  • If you like the environment (p.19)
  • If you like IT and Telecomm (p.20)

14
Institutional Support Office, Code 201
This branch is responsible for Resource
Management and Manpower at WFF.
  • Question What do you like to do?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in Business Management (p.21)
  • I am interested in Financial Management (p.21)
  • I am interested in Budget Management (p.21)

15
Procurement Office, Code 210
This branch is responsible for Small Purchases,
Contracts (on/off site), Grants, Industry
Assistance, and the Credit Card Program at WFF.
  • Question What do you like to do?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in Contract Management (p.21)
  • I am interested in Acquisition Planning (p.21)
  • I am interested in Business Work
    Management (p.21)

16
Facilities Management Branch, Code 228
This branch is responsible for Engineering
(on/off site), the CoF Program, the Center Funded
Program, Plant Operations and Utilities, Facility
Maintenance and Repair, R D Support, and
Construction Management at WFF.
  • Question What do you like to do?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in Facility Engineering
    (p.21)
  • I am interested in Engineering and Science
    Support (p.21)
  • I am interested in Cost Estimating (p.21)
  • I am interested in Contract Management (p.21)
  • I am interested in Project/Program
    Management (p.21)
  • I am interested in Business Management (p.21)
  • I am interested in Project Management (p.21)
  • I am interested in Professional Administration
    (p.21)
  • I am interested in Technical Work Management
    (p.21)

17
Logistics Branch, Code 231
This branch is responsible for Transportation,
Supply Management, and Equipment Management at
WFF.
  • Question What do you like to do?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in Business Management (p.22)
  • I am interested in Logistics Support (p.22)
  • I am interested in Professional Administration
    (p.22)

18
Security Office, Code 240
This branch is responsible for Personnel
Security, Physical Security, and Program Security
at WFF.
  • Question What do you like to do?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in Security (p.22)
  • I am interested in Physical Security (p.22)
  • I am interested in Professional Administration
    (p.22)

19
Safety and Environmental Office, Code 250
This branch is responsible Occupational Health,
Environmental Support, and the Biological/Chemical
Lab at WFF.
  • Question What do you like to do?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in Environmental Engineering
    Management (p.22)
  • I am interested in Business Work Management
    (p.22)
  • I am interested in Technical Work Management
    (p.22)

20
Information Systems and Advanced Technology
Branch, Code 296
This branch is responsible for Mission
Communication, Personal Computing, Desktop
Integration, Video conferencing, Networking,
Library, Reproduction, and Telephone at WFF.
  • Question What do you like to do?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in Network Systems (p.22)
  • I am interested in Project/Program Management
    (p.22)
  • I am interested in Engineering and Science
    Support (p.22)
  • I am interested in Business Work
    Management (p.22)

21
Position Descriptions
  • Contract Specialist
  • Contract Administrator
  • Construction Representative
  • Engineering Technician
  • Maintenance Control Manager
  • Facilities Management Specialist
  • AST, Experimental Facilities Dev
  • Facilities Operations Manager
  • Management Analyst
  • General Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Facilities Resources Specialist
  • Resource Analyst
  • Business Support Specialist

22
Position Descriptions
  • Transportation Services Specialist
  • Property Disposal Specialist
  • Supply Management Specialist
  • Logistics Management Specialist
  • Security Specialist
  • Security Assistant
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Environmental Protection Specialist
  • Supervisory Environmental Engineer
  • Electronics Engineer
  • Electronics Technician
  • Program Manager
  • Information Technology Specialist
  • Electronics Engineer
  • Telecommunications Specialist

23
Crosswalk Opportunities
  • Competencies that bridge directorates
  • Areas
  • Resource Managers
  • Business Support/Management
  • Administration
  • Project Managers/Support

24
Crosswalk Resource Managers
  • Question Which area interests you the most?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in procurement (p.15)
  • I am interested in (p.1x)
  • I am interested in (p.1x)
  • I am interested in (p.1x)

25
Crosswalk Business Support/Management
  • Question Which area interests you the most?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in aircraft management (p.1x)
  • I am interested in public affairs (p.1x)
  • I am interested in business management (p.14)
  • I am interested in (p.1x)

26
Crosswalk Administration
  • Question Which area interests you the most?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in Engineering (p.7)
  • I am interested in Earth science (p.1x)
  • I am interested in Facilities (p.13)
  • I am interested in Range operations (p.1x)

27
Crosswalk Project Managers/Support
  • Question Which area interests you the most?
  • Choose which statement best describes your
    interests
  • I am interested in Sounding Rockets (p.7)
  • I am interested in Ballooning (p.1x)
  • I am interested in managing small shuttle
    payloads (p.1x)
  • I am interested in (p.1x)

28
Learn about select a mentor
  • NASA/GSFCs Development Programs
    (http//ohr.gsfc.nasa.gov/DevGuide/Home.htm)
  • Goddard Mentoring Program
  • Formal and Informal Mentoring Programs
  • Professional Intern Program
  • Accelerated Leadership Program
  • Financial Resources Management Career Development
    Program
  • Flight Projects and Programs Career Development
    Program
  • Applied Engineering Technology Directorate
    Minority Career Mentoring Program

29
Resources for Mentoring Programs
  • Formal Programs
  • Goddard Mentoring Program
  • Contact Mark Goldman at 301-286-8852 or visit
    these websites http//ohr.gsfc.nasa.gov/DevGuide/
    DevPrograms/Mentor/mentor.htm http//bmic.gsfc.nas
    a.gov/Training/train_mentor.cfm
  • Professional Intern Program
  • Contact Mark Goldman at 301-286-8852 or visit our
    website at http//ohr.gsfc.nasa.gov/DevGuide/DevP
    rograms/pip/home.htm
  • Flight Programs and Projects Directorate, Code
    400 Mentor Program
  • http//fpd.gsfc.nasa.gov/cd/mentors.html
  • Women of NASA online mentoring program
  • http//quest.arc.nasa.gov/women/recruiting/rec.int
    ro.html
  • Informal Programs
  • New Employee Welcoming Board (NEWB) Buddy
    program
  • Marcellus Proctor, Code 562, x6-9402,
    Marcellus.A.Proctor_at_nasa.gov
  • Nylsevalis Ortiz-Collazo, Code 210.I, x6-8637,
    Nylsevalis.OrtizCollazo-1_at_nasa.gov
  • Pamela Barrett, Code 114, x6-7285,
    Pamela.Barrett_at_gsfc.nasa.gov

30
Wallops mentor list
  • Who to contact

31
Prepare IDP
  • Weve given you the tools, now you are ready to
    prepare your IDP!
  • Where to find the IDP form http//ohr.gsfc.nasa.g
    ov/career/pa_idp.htm
  • Dont forget to set up a meeting with a
    supervisor to discuss your IDP!
  • For more information on Individual Development
    Plans please contact
  • Laura Cochran at 301-286-5166
  • Sherry Tharpe at 301-286-6533

32
360 Feedback
  • Process
  • How to
  • Whys

33
Future Considerations
  • Be the best you can be!
  • Develop Interpersonal skills
  • These are skills that are needed in all
    positions!
  • Public speaking
  • Applying leadership techniques
  • Evaluate effectively
  • Use motivational techniques
  • Listen effectively
  • Presenting and planning
  • Visit Toastmasters! http//www.toastmasters.org/
  • Try an Interviewing clinic
  • Sign up http//www.wff.nasa.gov/FWP/

34
Resources
  • For information on Career Development please
    contact
  • Nichole Richmond at 301-286-5757
  • Tracey White at 301-286-7823
  • Career Coaches at 301-286-5794
  • Contact Tracey White to schedule an appointment
    with a Career Coach
  • Visit the OHR website http//ohr.gsfc.nasa.gov/c
    areer/home.htm
  • The Federal Womens Program is here to help!
    http//www.wff.nasa.gov/FWP/
  • FWP Training Subcommittee contacts
  • Kathryn Redden (Chair) x2187
  • Terry Ewell x1133
  • Micaela Barnhill x1641
  • Sharone Corbin x2502
  • Virginia Strand x2212
  • Jessica Thompson x1080
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