Intelligence Community Program Manager

Industry: Aerospace & Defense

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11 - 15 years

Posted 72 days ago

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As a Program Manager you will lead multi-domain analyses and conduct program management oversight of the Laboratory's concept development, analysis & assessment, modeling & simulation, and prototyping and demonstration efforts for senior leaders in the Intelligence Community. Engage with key DoD and intelligence community decision makers to provide thought leadership, understand critical challenges, and develop impactful analytical approaches to addressing these challenges.

As the Intelligence Community Program Manager you will...

  1. Develop and grow APL's strategic relationships with DoD and intelligence community sponsors. Grow a portfolio of intelligence studies consistent with the Mission Area's vision and strategy through analytic studies and projects; provide and conduct thought leadership activities to ensure a complete understanding of sponsor's critical intelligence and warfighting challenges - both current and future; shape analytic work and make analytic contributions where appropriate and as a logical extensions of JHU/APL's strengths.
  2. Lead and contribute directly to analytic teams supporting the Intelligence Community, providing analytic leadership for selected project(s), and technical/analytical support for all projects; collaborate on technical issues with JHU/APL and other organizations engaged in this topic area.
  3. Maintain responsibility for cost, schedule, and performance management for all projects. Request, plan, allocate, and manage sponsor funds for work secured; follow standard Laboratory program management policies and standards; ensure that tasks assigned are well-defined and understood by technical staff; work with Department Business Office (including the Program Financial Management staff and Operations Coordinator staff) to ensure accurate planning, accounting, and reporting; apply program management standard methodologies to ensure resources are managed appropriately and with acceptable risk; perform other program management responsibilities delineated within the JHU/APL Quality Management System.
  4. Provide thought leadership in support of analyses for DoD and the intelligence community across multiple domains. Lead and contribute to creative concept development. Work collaboratively with program and line managers across the Lab to develop strategy and provide analytical leadership. Find opportunities for Laboratory critical contributions in areas beyond current portfolio; coordinate across and support all APL sectors to bring these opportunities to maturity; provide engagement updates that contribute to fulfilling the National Security Analysis Mission Area and NSAD's APL wide strategic planning responsibilities

Qualifications

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You meet our minimum qualifications for the job if you have:

  • A Bachelor's degree in a relevant field such as engineering, physics, mathematics, computer science, operations research or related field.
  • 10+ years of experience in operations, technical development, analysis, or systems engineering.
  • Recognized expertise in intelligence analysis.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work and communicate effectively with all levels of staff.
  • An active TS/SCI clearance. Applicant selected will be subject to a government security clearance investigation and must meet the requirements for access to classified information. Eligibility requirements include U.S. citizenship.

Our desired qualifications include:

  • Master's or equivalent experience in a relevant field such as engineering, physics, mathematics, computer science or operations research.
  • 15+ years of experience in operations, technical development, analysis, or systems engineering.
  • Experience with DoD and intelligence community analytic and budget processes.
  • Demonstrated record of impact in development of studies and analyses. Relevant military or intelligence community experience.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.

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