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    The Director of Research and Technology Integration develops and implements a cohesive strategy for providing Soldier Lethality system, and system-of systems capabilities to the Army and other services. Anticipates and solves major challenges and addresses strategic matters associated with new components/subsystems/technologies for insertion in current Soldier systems, and provides systems engineering expertise to Army and other service's Warfighter systems worldwide. Manages the Science and Technology programs for Soldier small arms/armaments, protection, training, human performance, human augmentation, and situational awareness technology areas. This new focus area involves Soldier performance optimization, to include capability demos that support optimizing the performance of Soldiers and squads in Multi-Domain Operations. Institutes program management and system engineering methodologies, practices, and policies into all S&T programs to increase the performance of the dismounted Soldier and small units (company and below). Balances the Soldier Lethality portfolio to be responsive to current and emerging warfighter needs and Army Modernization priorities as they relate to performance in multi-domain operations. Develops cooperative programs and agreements with industry, academia, and other government agencies that will facilitate exchange of technical intelligence. Responsible for a budget of approximately $1.133 billion. Performance is reviewed in the broadest terms for technical perceptiveness, managerial competence and senior leadership effectiveness for contribution to the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Soldier Center mission. Serves under the general direction of and receives broad strategic guidance from the Director, CCDC Soldier Center, SES Tier 2 position. Oversees a workforce of almost 700 federal civilians and contractors; directly supervises 2 Senior Research Scientists, CCDC Technology Integrator for the Soldier Lethality Cross Functional Team, CCDC FAST Science Advisor for the XVIII Airborne Corps, SC Technical Integration Officer to PEO Soldier), and Soldier Lethality Portfolio Working Group Lead for Soldier Mobility.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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