In year 3 of a 10-year contract, provide leadership for engineers and technicians in the development and sustainment of physical security systems. Support ongoing and new projects while contributing to the design and implementation of systems engineering process improvements. Contribute to the development of policies, processes, and procedures in accordance with contract performance guidelines. Support the strategic alignment of project management, change management, risk management, continual service improvement activities to address SLAs and fulfill the needs our program and customer. Provide subject matter expertise in the areas of applications engineering, requirements management, and information systems security.
Plan, implement, and ensure timely completion of systems engineering projects:
Develop project charters, identify stakeholders and requirements, and define scope
Develop and maintain schedules, estimate task sequences, task duration, and task relationships
Identify resources, roles, skills, and assignments
Identify, detail, and minimize the impact of dependencies
Estimate and control costs
Manage project quality, leverage lessons learned, and contribute to continual improvement
Identify and communicate with stakeholders, ensure regular communications with project team and peers
Identify, monitor, and manage risks and approved responses
Identify and procure materials
Ensure project deliverables and milestones are achieved on-time and within budget
Provide regular status reporting ensuring transparency and accountability and supporting governance
Manage employees and subcontractors from recruiting to the establishment of goals and objectives through evaluation of performance.
Communicate regularly with employees and subcontractors to stay abreast of project status, risks, and roadblocks.
Delegate responsibilities and ensure resources are fully utilized
Support resource utilization across the portfolio, facilitating matrixed utilization
Support change and configuration management following request for change (RFC) policies and processes in association with projects.
Contribute to quarterly portfolio forecast updates and participate in “what if” scenario evaluations.
Contribute to the leadership of GSE&SC TDB by participating in management meetings, forums, and boards.
Contribute to the development of management reports and documentation in the form of plans, policies, processes, procedures, and white papers.
Contribute to interdepartmental support efforts within GSE&SC for improvement of overall program performance.
5 years of experience in managing systems engineering projects or software development projects
BS, 4 years' experience (in addition to minimum experience requirements) may be substituted for a bachelor's degree
Best practice certifications desired; PMP, ITIL, Security+, etc.
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