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Provide program management assistance and support to a US Army Product Manager in the area of Tactical Wheeled Vehicle C5ISR and Network Integration. Position will interface with a variety of ground vehicle project management offices and C5ISR system project management offices.
Essential Job Functions:
This position entails developing and maintaining the integration of C5ISR equipment on US Army Tactical Wheeled Vehicles, to include:
Support existing C5ISR configurations of the vehicle platforms by developing and maintaining subject matter expertise in the assigned configurations.
Support efforts associated to integration of new C5ISR equipment not yet integrated to the vehicle platforms. This includes, but is not limited to gaining knowledge and understanding of vehicle platform integration and CM process with Government ownership of the vehicle Technical Data Package; identifying and maintaining relationships with the technical stakeholders across the platform and associated C5ISR systems; developing/maintaining/updating design documentation associated to effort and systems assigned to include schematics, drawings, DFMEA, DVP&R.
Managing technical efforts with the OEM and/or Government organization together with product management teams.
Experience with contracts would be beneficial to manage and execute work directives through the contract actions. This would include supporting Statement of Work development, independent cost estimates, technical reviews of proposals, execution of technical processes and reviews throughout effort.
Knowledge of systems engineering processes to ensure proper rigor is followed to understand full impact across vehicles life cycle (system of systems approach to understand impact across both vehicle and C5ISR product life cycles).
This position also supports fielding of these properly configured vehicle systems, to include:
Experience and understanding of process to field and push equipment out to users either from previous position experience and/or experience in the military.
May be requested to support New Material Introductory Briefs (NMIB) to new fielding sites, both development as well as participation.
Supporting and leading when necessary root cause efforts associated to assigned systems.
Travel is estimated at 25% or less.
Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
Bachelors Degree in Electrical, Computer, Mechanical Engineering and 5 years of experience.
Ability to communicate both orally and in writing across various backgrounds.
Strong communication skills and ability to work across multiple competency areas with ability to identify and align internal and external stakeholders.
Knowledge of the principles, methods, and tools used for risk assessment and mitigation, including assessment of failures and their consequences.
Ability to self-manage, apply critical thinking skills.
Ability to interpret Electrical Drawings/Schematics (i.e. familiarity with ASME Y14 series of standards).
Desire to be hands on.
Experience with the integration of C5ISR equipment on military vehicle systems.
Fielding experience of communicaiton systems onto military platforms (or general fielding experience of military equipment).
Knowledge/experience of each of the various Army communications systems or experience doing systems integration of C5ISR equipment onto an existing military platform.
Knowledge in cyber and software virtualization.
Knowledge of Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA).