The candidate coordinates CIED activities within the headquarters and other divisions. These activities include meetings, working groups and VTC's, tracking ONS and JUONS, coordinating work flow, updating and tracking delegated tasks to ensure progress to deadlines, maintaining project schedules, and maintaining SOP to ensure consistent performance of duties and currency.
In support of Project Manager Electronic Warfare & Cyber, provide senior level advice for program/budget scheduling and planning, including preparing recommendations for program objectives, operating schedules, and resource requirements.
Monitor testing to ensure test is being conducted in accordance with approved procedures, and report results to the PM; ensure effective root cause corrective action for all failures as well as adequacy of validation and implementation plans.
In support of Project Manager Electronic Warfare & Cyber, support the development of program/budget scheduling and planning, including recommendations for program objectives, operating schedules, and resource requirements.
Integrates and plans for the 12 Integrated Product Support Elements (IPSE) in all phases of the sustainment and acquisition processes; interfaces with ASAALT, AMC, LCMC, PEO Soldier, ATEC, AEC, CASCOM, MCOE, and other PEOs and PM on logistics requirements.
Prepare and reviews software related test plans, test procedures, software requirement and interface specification, software design document, test scripts and test reports on technical adequacy on assigned programs, for both government and contractor testing, as well as related failure reports.
Mitigates cost, schedule, and performance risks by leading/attending data call meetings and participating in IPT meetings and logistics events to ensure Acquisition Life Cycle milestones are being met on time.
The candidate will provide scientific, technical, administrative, operational, engineering and analytical support to enable the division mission to "Focus, lead, advocate, coordinate, integrate and synchronize Army initiatives and manage the Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) program.
The candidate will provide expert knowledge of the DOD budget process/provide documentation to justify Army plans, participate in selected program reviews and working groups on current/future programs, and demonstrate knowledge in the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, Execution System used within the Department of Defense.
Applies engineering principles to investigate, analyze, plan, design, test, or evaluate military weapons systems; reviews and prepares engineering and technical analyses, reports, change proposals, and other technical documentation.
The candidate will serve as the senior business program/management analyst responsible for supporting the planning, developing, coordinating, defending and executing all aspects of the PMs' program funding.
The candidate will support Post Production Software Sustainment of the HMS Radio sets. Assist with development of test tools, radios testing, and HMS radio software modification within the Unified Lab for Tactical Radios- Army (ULTR-A).
The candidate Must have the technical background and skills to perform quality assurance functions throughout all phases of electro-mechanical and communications-electronics hardware design, development, fabrication, assembly, and documentation.
The candidate will provide dedicated personnel familiar with Personal Home Page (PHP)/Hypertext Preprocessor, Java and SQL programming languages for user-facing and back-end software development expertise to the US Army.