The S&W Program Lead duties includes strategic planning, program development, design and direction and management of S&W Program functions critical to the activities and functions associated with the deployment of S&W projects in DoS facilities worldwide which is central to the DoS mission.
Drive the development of technology solutions to align business strategy with business goals and objectives; develop Budgets and Financial Plans; resource Management and Developing Vendor Partnerships.
Responsible for conducting airframe configuration engineering and technical research and analysis, coordinating and developing reports, and providing technical recommendations to support program requirements.
The work involves the demonstration of expert leadership and direction in the application of program management principles, methods, or tools as they relate to the project design, planning, coordination and oversight.
Provide Subject Matter Expert (SME) support in Space & Missile Defense programs to provide systems engineering and program management support to the Government Space and Missile Defense Program Support Team Leads
The successful candidate will be responsible for the overall administration, organization and implementation of varying sized electrical projects which could range from $5M to $100M. Responsibilities may include cost estimates, project engineering and project management.
Must be able to develop Techniques, Tactics, and Procedures ( TTPs ) for deploying vehicles equipped with CREW systems based on the national, local, and immerging Remote Controlled Improvised Explosive Device ( RCIED ) threat. Must be able to establish and maintain intra - organizational and external contacts.
Manage full lifecycle project activities and documentation requirements from concept through execution within SF Project Management governance framework. Examples include, Concept Definition, Business Case Development, Project Plans and Budgeting, Issues/Risks and External Customer Rollout.
Serve as a lead of a project team that consists of five or less members in support of the SEC's Continuity of Operations Program (COOP). While tasks will vary in their scope and depend on current requirements dictated by events or circumstances at any given time
In this role, you will be responsible for supporting the Program Manager with all administration and coordination activities associated with the Tririga Team. The Tririga Program Controls Lead is responsible for coordinating the documentation of all program related activities pertaining to processes and procedures, planning, QA and OIT CCB Change Management.