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The incumbent serves as the Deputy Director for Technical Management with the responsibility for providing and managing a broad range of new business and advanced technology initiatives for the entire new business life cycle in support of Earth and space science missions and NASA’s identified strategic goals. The incumbent will provide strategic leadership and executive guidance to new business, technology initiatives, programs, projects, and research activities to enable future science missions.
As an executive leader, the incumbent provides engineering and program management oversight in leading the mission, observatory, and instrument level engineering activities to enable the successful design, development, verification, launch and operation of all work executed by the Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate (AETD). The incumbent is responsible for managing the development and administration of an extremely complex and comprehensive spaceflight and observatory systems and is the liaison across multiple disciplines at the Center, within NASA, and the aerospace community. The incumbent will make strategic, technical, and programmatic recommendations to the Director of AETD, Science Principal Investigators, and Project/Program management in executing Goddard missions.
The incumbent is responsible for furthering the goals of equal employment opportunity and diversity by taking positive steps to support the accomplishment of affirmative action objectives and by adhering to nondiscriminatory employment practices in all areas under his/her supervision.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…Current federal employees
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