The Vision Systems Engineering Organization currently has a need for a Section Manager in the Systems Engineering Integration and Test Department. This department provides a wide range of general System Engineering work products in support of Vision Systems' high technology Electro Optics portfolio. The activities of the Systems Engineering Section Manager:
- Leading System Engineering group efforts and particularly the approach and processes related to the program operations concept, architecture, design, development, integration up to and including flight test of EO/IR systems
- Manage the section within allocated budgets, including performance reviews and all related personnel functions.
- Maintain appropriate staffing levels.
- Report on group activities to Vision Systems Engineering leadership, and be the conduit for information flow to their engineering team.
- Engaging PM on programs to ensure systems engineering discipline, and successful program execution within cost, schedule and technical milestones
- Frequent collaboration with multiple Engineering functions (ME, EE, ROIC, TEST) and the program offices
- EO/IR Systems concept and architecture development.
- EO and Systems performance predictions/analysis
- Proposal and white paper generation and support
- Technical presentations with internal and external customers
The Systems Engineering group and its manager are key technical contributors to the programs supported by the systems engineering department and in addition, performs direct line management activities for approximately 12-14 engineers. These activities include career development and performance evaluations of their people, resource allocation, being the champion of engineering best practices, actively engaging with programs to facilitate execution and functional development of proposals. The Section Manager serves as a day-to-day liaison to the programs ensuring program success along technical, cost and schedule parameters, as well as overseeing section member job assignments, performance, and recognition.
Responsibilities include coordinating program staffing needs and optimizing staffing across skills and experience to meet demand for multiple programs. In addition, the role will team with other Section Managers in the execution of RVS Systems Engineering goals. This role, like their section members, should have demonstrable expertise in Electro-Optical system engineering as well as leadership experience. The Section Manager will engage regularly with program IPTLs in producing EACs and proposals (as needed), and will facilitate the department level approvals of such. The role will also be responsible for developing and maintaining the technical roadmaps for their capabilities and for technical leadership of the section.Required Skills:
- Minimum of 10 years of experience in systems engineering development
- Experience with EO/IR systems design and architecture work products, technologies, and programs
- Experience with process improvement e.g. CMMI and Six Sigma
- Experience with requirements management via DOORs
- Experience building strong relationships and effectively partnering with internal resources; customer focused
- Prior leadership experience
- U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position will require the ability to access US only data systems and will need a U.S. Security Clearance within 1 year of start date.
- Active DoD Security Clearance
- Demonstrated strong judgment and decision making abilities
- Able to effectively juggle multiple tasks and priorities
- Technical publications and/or patents
- Penchant to foster new technologies and business growth
- Familiarity with EVMS
Bachelor's Degree in STEM
Bachelor of Arts Degrees in an appropriate field of science (i.e., computer science, chemistry and physics) from a four or more year program and Bachelor of Arts Degrees in mathematics from a four or more year program
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