You will serve as a Program Manager in the Systems Engineering Branch of NAVUNSEAWARCENDIV NEWPORT RI.Learn more about this agency
ND-05 is equivalent to GS-14 and GS-15.
This position position will require long term TDY in the Washington Naval Yard.
- In support of PMS 415, you will plan for financial execution of the program, interface across numerous stakeholders (fleet, DIRSSP, NAVAIR, test range, etc.), and plan for transition and program management.
- You will serve as the Management Working Group Lead, coordinating the agenda, solicit inputs and positions from all parties, and provide recommendations to SCO for decisions, as well as guidance to the team at large for execution of the project.
- You will manage many aspects of the program?s responsibilities associated with the IWS PEA and R (Planning, Execution, Analysis and Reporting) process leading up to live-fire shots.
- You will serve as a panel member for the accreditation and certification lead-up, as well as approve the predictions made by modeling and simulation (M and S) for the test events, present them to the Board.
- You will lead a team, consisting of a deputy (NUWC), one warfare center support billet, and several contract support personnel for engineering, program, and financial support.
- You will oversee the work of the NAVSEA 05U Ship Design Manager (SDM) and his or her team of several engineering and contractor support personnel.
- You will manage the technical, cost, and schedule aspects of successfully completing the program.
- You will be the lead for many key programmatic meetings, including Program Management Reviews and Interim Program Reviews, both of which occur periodically.
- You will be the primary interface for outside organizations that are not regular participants on the project. This includes the fleet, squadron, shipyard, and weapons handling entities and facilities required for the installation of the TEMPALT.
- You will be the lead point of contact for other NAVSEA entities like VIRGINIA class, especially in terms of security concerns and information sharing.
- You will have a key role in informing leadership and executing their decision in the upcoming selection of one of the two paths forward for the program.
- You will be responsible for managing Government Furnished Equipment and Information (GFE and GFI) both in executing the program and in documenting and passing on the lessons learned from this project.
- You will work closely with SCO in managing the operation and execution of the budget, leading meetings to project costs and decide on funding allocation.
- You will monitor performance and make recommendations for future funding and contracting.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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