MAJOR DUTIES (may include):
AFRL/711 HPW Vice Director serves in an interdisciplinary
position that formulates, plans, initiates, and directs a broad range of Air
Force (AF) missions enabling Science and Technology (S&T) and Defense
Health Programs (DHP) that span across AF core functions, domains, and mission
areas; and leads/manages/provides highly advanced scientific and technical
guidance on critical human systems Science and Technology, aerospace medicine
research, and human systems integration programs and related strategic issues.
Utilizes expert level knowledge and experience in
physical sciences, behavioral sciences, statistical and analytic methods, or
engineering research to provide counsel in these areas to all levels, to
include senior GO, SES, undersecretary, secretary; as well as industry
president, vice president, and CEO levels and across the spectrum of defense
organizations to include: MAJCOMs, COCOMs, HQ USAF, OSD, other services, DARPA,
other US agencies to include DOE, NASA, the Intel community, universities, and
an industrial base comprised of companies and corps.
Responsible for performance of strategy-to-task, roadmap,
and portfolio development; DHP and S&T program execution, performance, and contribution
to the AF mission; and multi-domain/discipline integration and collaboration.
Supervises, leads, manages, and develops workforce of
multi-disciplined group of Scientists and Engineers and support staff that
cover numerous program areas that encompass numerous major technical thrusts.
Provides institutional oversight of human subject research programs as well as
Provides supervision, leadership, management, and
development over an organization of civil service members, military officers
and enlisted, technical subject matter experts contractors, and support
contractors. Ensures a highly integrated, productive, effective, and motivated