Responsible for the performance of a relatively significant technical, non-technical, or intelligence related program or multiple smaller non-technical programs in accordance with contract requirements and company policies, procedures and guidelines supporting Air Force Life Cycle Management (AFLCMC), Air Combat Command (ACC), 25th Air Force, and 480 Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Wing (480 ISRW) and the Air Force Distributed Common Ground System Weapons System. Also responsible for acquiring follow-on business associated with assigned programs and for supporting new business development by leading proposals. Responsible for the employment, training, coaching, mentoring, motivation, discipline and performance evaluation of assigned employees.
Defines, launches, and drives mission-critical strategic and operational initiatives in core non-technical programs.
Creates a method of change management including ownership of a documentation library, communication plans, process training, etc.
Responsible for acquiring follow-on business associated with assigned programs and for supporting new business development by leading proposals.
Responsible for complex program management tasks and development of standards and processes for scheduling, administration, and accounting.
Provides thought leadership to project analyses and process improvement activities.
Matrix manages directors/managers from multiple departments to accomplish interdepartmental initiatives.
Clearly documents and presents findings including creation of diagrams and procedure documentation.
Responsible for driving recommendations through to implementation. Communicates effectively with a wide variety of technical and non-technical audiences.
Identifies, analyzes and defines project/program requirements and
Exercises broadly delegated authority for planning, directing, coordinating, administering, and executing many routine and complex projects/programs.
Defines, acquires, and allocates budget, staff, and other resources necessary to accomplish the goals and/or objectives of the program group/function. Interviews, selects and trains staff to provide quality results for the organization as needed.
Develops performance plans and evaluations of employees, including subordinate supervisors as well as reviews evaluations to assure equity of individual employee performance objectives, standards and ratings among lower level staff/groups.
Demonstrates the ability to understand government expectations and partners with technology for desired business results.
Aligns strategic business and technological goals with capabilities and services articulated through business processes and supported through technology solutions.
Defines and is able to map customer strategic goal s
to the system, performance, technical and business reference model of the segment architecture supporting the lines of business.
Active TS/SCI Clearance
Be knowledgeable in subcontractor management and parts procurement.
Manage budgets, business planning, customer relationships, metrics analysis, and operational risk and opportunity management.
Demonstrate a thorough awareness of manned and unmanned SIGINT ISR systems' planned modes of operation, primarily through study of the concept of operation (CONOPS), requirements documentation, and system specifications.
Understands and participates in the Defense Acquisition Process by identifying the intelligence supportability needs of a SIGINT ISR system or program across the entire acquisition life-cycle.
Demonstrate Dev Ops experience with DAWIA Level III or PMP certified.
Former Active duty U.S Air Force officer/NCO in ISR related position.
Experience in weapons system program management, and familiarity with NSA is highly desirable.
Familiar with the AF Program Objective Memorandum (POM) process and the AF ISR Capabilities Planning and Assessment (CP&A) process.
Knowledge of Air Force or Joint Lessons Learned program.
Knowledge of SIGINT/GEOINT operations, products, and processes.
Familiarity with Air Combat Command's Global Integrated Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (GIISR), the Intelligence Community (IC), Core Function Lead Integrator (CFLI), Capability Working Groups (CWGs) roles.
Air Component or MAJCOM-level staff experience and be familiar with Intelligence Community (IC) policies, entities, missions, resources, operations, capabilities, and requirements.
Understanding of AF DCGS and analysis at Air Force unit. Must have ability to effectively organize and analyze information, produce reports, position papers, and briefings that are responsive to specific needs of AFLCMC senior leadership.
Be able to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing on complex issues.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or equivalent, and 15 years of related experience, includes seven years of DGS experience and six years of ISR experience with two or more years of supervisory/management experience.
Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.
Req #: 136503