San Diego, CA
11 - 15 years
Posted 48 days ago
This position will be primarily responsible for identification, development and business capture of U.S. Marine Corps training opportunities and those associated with the USMC Component Commands that support US regional Combatant Commanders. Focus areas will initially be aligned with current and emerging instrumentation, data analytics, and architectures that support training in pursuit of readiness for combat operations. This includes live instrumentation, embedded training and future Live Virtual Constructive Synthetic gaming training capabilities. Specific duties will involve: 1) developing and capturing business opportunities targeting current and next generation domestic and worldwide markets; 2) working with industry partners; 3) capture and discretionary budget management; 4) customer facing activities and engagements with HQMC, MCCDC, TECOM and PMTRASYS. This position will typically work within the intent of the VP for Business development and under general supervision and direction. This position will regularly exercise substantial discretionary and decision-making authority.
Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Minimum Job Requirements:
Four-year college degree and a minimum of ten years of experience as a fleet Marine, plus in-depth knowledge of USMC acquisition practices, requirements generation, and/or test and evaluation activities are required. Position requires a comprehensive knowledge of USMC training doctrine and requirements. Skills and knowledge obtained as a former unit commander/operations officer, TTECG functional staff member, or MAWTS-1 instructor, and previous duties in an acquisition organization are highly desired. Candidate must possess and demonstrate excellent communication (written and oral) skills; work effectively with all levels of Cubic, industry and military stakeholders; plus, be able to utilize Microsoft Office tools in the normal performance of position responsibilities. Must be able to prioritize work, complete multiple tasks, and work under deadlines. Must have, or be able to obtain a U.S. security clearance.