Polaris Alpha, a Parsons Company is seeking an experience Program Manager to provide technical leadership for the transition of C4ISR and EW systems from development through equipping to Army units. The Transition Manager will author transition documentation and will collaborate with SMDC/PACOM/OSD JCTD partners. The Transition Manager must have hands-on familiarity with the transition of Army Program of Record (POR) or Quick Reaction Capability (QRC) systems.
• BS (MS preferred) in Engineering, Management, or a similar degree
• Minimum 10 years of experience required
• 10 years of experience with the design, development and operation of C4ISR & Electronic Warfare (EW) systems
• 10 years working collaboratively with program management, systems engineers, and acquisition teams in concurrent engineering environments
• Experience in program management support for DoD acquisition programs as a DoD PMO or SETA support
• Progressive experience in the DOD 5000 acquisition process, supporting the acquisition aspects of program management, scheduling, trade-off analysis, lifecycle costing, risk management, and supportability
• Experience developing DOD PMO systems program objectives, operating schedules & budget planning
• Experience developing documentation for milestone decisions and reviews
• Experience and proven ability to author point papers and policy documents for executive approval
• Demonstrated experience to develop executive-level briefings and to brief and advise senior officers including flag and SES levels
• Possess and demonstrate strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and written and verbal communication skills
• Possess and demonstrate the ability to self-start, set priorities, and work both independently and within a team environment under deadlines
• This position requires the selected candidate to hold an active Department of Defense Top Secret level security clearance, which requires US citizenship while working in support of a government contract.
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