HPCMP Technical Team Lead-Cross Center will ensure all technical requirements of the contract across the High Performance Computing Modernization Program are being met. Be the primary point-of-contact for the government technical leadership and work in tandem to ensure the successful technical operations of the HITS-U program. Identify and delineate technical work requirements based on mission requirements, Government interactions, and program analysis. Create and technical briefings to Government senior leaders and technical/functional stakeholders. Advise the Government in technical operations, including development of decision-making artifacts, such as Analysis of Alternatives and Business/Mission Impact Analyses. In coordination with other program leadership, create appropriate teams and organize resources to successfully execute work requests and solve technical problems. Use technical/management tools and analysis techniques to track and optimize end-to-end technical program performance, including strategic planning to anticipate future requirements. Coordinate with program leadership to ensure appropriate skilled resources are applied to various projects to ensure projects are on time and under budget. Orchestrate Cross-Center initiatives and/or capability meetings to ensure enterprise initiatives are executed successfully and center activities are performed consistently and efficiently. Translates the client’s business requirements into specific systems, applications or process designs for very large complex High Performance Computing (HPC) solutions and integrating architecture environments with leading edge compute, network, and storage technologies. Will work along the side of leading HPC staff and researchers working to solve DoD’s most critical mission challenges. May include analysis of transition planning, intelligence information requirements, and may develop architecture baselines. Assists with and leads development of integration, migration plans/schedules.
Create and maintain the architecture for the business process domain ensuring alignment with the organizations information technology priorities.
In coordination with Center and mission stakeholders, develop briefing materials for Government senior leaders and program management on technical issues
Develop and submit high level architectural artifacts and deliverables for the technical staff and enterprise
Develop strategy of system and design infrastructure necessary to support that strategy.
Advise on selection of technological purchases with regards to processing, data storage, data access, applications development, and systems.
Advise management on feasibility of potential projects.
Oversee development efforts across multiple organizations
Establish requirements, design specifications, timelines, and integration path for project
Identify systems and/or applications that will improve center functions/processes
Develop integration strategies for new technologies
Solicit, collect, and evaluate vendor proposals
Provide and exercise comparative selection criteria for new technology selection
Develop and see the implement of test plans
Oversee the installation and configuration of the new technology
Must possess a DoD Top Secret clearance
Minimum (10) ten years of applicable technical experience with High Performance Computing (HPC) benchmarking and performance evaluation of computer systems, computer architecture, parallel processing.
Bachelors degree in a STEM discipline. Advanced degree preferred.
Remote work possible
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