General Dynamics Information Technology – Federal Civilian Division is currently looking for Senior Product Management Support in the area of tissue engineering and other areas of biomanufacturing. This position is based in Ft. Detrick – Frederick, Maryland, and will support the Department of the Army.
The Senior Product Manager will focus on supporting BioFabUSA through USAMMDA’s Warfighter Expeditionary Medicine and Treatment (WEMT) Project Management Office (PMO) to support the collaboration of academia, industry and military to advance the field of tissue engineering, as well as other related areas of biomanufacturing.
In this role, the ideal candidate will:
Serve as a top level technical or functional expert, providing guidance/ consultation to Product Managers (PdMs) as needed to enable informed decision making and risk analysis.
Coordinate with multiple stakeholders to gather and analyze technically complex information, and prepare summaries for the key stakeholders
Work with the program manager, deputy program manager, and stakeholders to define the Product Support Plan, including approach, planned meetings and travel, and proposed timelines.
Build relationships and communication throughout the U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command (USAMRMC) by providing responses in a timely manner to all organizations inside and outside of the WEMT PMO and BioFabUSA.
Coordinate with BioFabUSA, Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute (ARMI), Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and USAMRMC components, for all meetings.
Work closely and support the WEMT PM and Deputy PM for all workshops, proposal reviews and annual OSD In-progress review.
Work with the WEMT PM to support in the planning of travel conference packages, documents and development of budget requests.
Support the DoD Acquisition Lifecycle and document preparation and participate in related Integrated Product Teams (IPTs).
Work with the WEMT PM to provide reports and documents as requested.
Bachelor’s Degree in the Science field.
Over 10 years of research, laboratory, or biomanufacturing experience.
Travel required between 30%-50% of time.
Must be a US Citizen
Must be Public Trust (NACI) clearable
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