The Senior Manager, Business Operations is responsible for all aspects of the business management of the FPGA Business Unit, including implementation and management of pricing strategy, price book publishing, pricing negotiations with sales and Tier 1 customers, as well as forecasting product demand of the complete product line, including partnering with sales and driving design wins and growing revenue in the focus New Products within the FPGA Business Unit with specific emphasis on Strategic Accounts. In this key, high visibility role, close interaction with marketing, sales, and internal operational teams will be paramount in growing the FPGA Business Unit top line revenue.
In the Business Operations function, driving client relationships at the procurement level, defining and executing pricing strategies, working closely with distribution sales and leveraging favorable business terms and conditions in the design in product families will be a critical success metric.
An integral part of this role is the price negotiation of key opportunities, defining and implementing pricing strategies for Strategic Accounts, implementing methodologies to track and forecast current and future revenues, unit forecast demand, meeting custom client requirements, and driving the overall FPGA business.
The Senior Manager will also manage Business Operations activity and teams related to New Product Introduction, including price books, margin policies, sales training, product rollout and forecasting in close conjunction with the Product Marketing and Operations teams
A significant responsibility of this role is the quality of service delivered to the worldwide sales team and the proactive/collaborative search for more profitable ways of doing business.
In addition to the Business Operations duties, As the Facility Security Officer (FSO) the individual will “supervise and direct security measures” within the facility. The FSO must be a US Citizen employee, who is cleared to work within the cleared facility. The Facility Security Officer (FSO) position plays an integral role in ensuring the effective implementation of the Foreign Ownership, Control and Influence (FOCI) mitigation agreement. In addition to serving as the principle advisor to the Government Security Committee (GSC), the FSO is responsible for the day-to-day implementation of the FOCI mitigation agreement requirements.
As the Facility Security Officer (FSO), the FSO will provide onsite support for all security actions, conduct security briefings and debriefings, monitor classified controlled areas, prepare and review documentation, to include System Security Plans (SSPs), Certification and Accreditations (C&A) packages, receive and implement requirements for new DD254’s and perform periodic self-inspections.
The FSO will also: maintain the Facility Security Clearance through compliance with the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM), manage the Security Education Program; administer the program to physically protect classified materials; maintain records, databases, and forms for documentation purposes; conduct bi-annually self-inspections or as required by Defense Security Service (DSS) and other reviews as directed by the government; have and maintain a thorough knowledge and understanding of Foreign Ownership, Control and Influence (FOCI) company requirements, Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS), Electronic-Questionnaires for Investigations Processing (e-QIP), the OPM.Gov/eQIP and NISPOM.
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