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Responsible for the successful development, implementation, schedule, and cost performance of a major program supporting Army intelligence. This position is located at a Government site on Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
Manages a program that provides a full range of intelligence and administrative support to assist analysts, engineers, and scientists involved in a variety of intelligence disciplines and activities. Activities include, but are not limited to, building and maintaining databases; executing intelligence master data management; data architecture; monitoring intelligence; assisting with administration and management of RFIs; producing metrics; providing cross-domain data transfer and intelligence dissemination support, system-high to -low transfers between JWICS, SIPRNet, NIPRNet, and other U.S. and Allied / Partner systems.
Produces metrics, graphics, and briefings as required to support production management and mission management functions in accordance with contract requirements and company policies, procedures and guidelines. Acquires follow-on business associated with areas of responsibility and supports new business development by leading major proposals personally, or through subordinate program/project managers. Manages a directorate within a division. Has supervisory and developmental responsibilities within a functional area. The program director manages one or more projects or programs, may manage an operating office and supervises professional and technical personnel performing in their customary disciplines. Maintains aggressive efforts to achieve objectives. Acts as a technical liaison with vendors. Trains and supervises personnel. Assists in proposal process and coordinates with Pricing Department when required. Responsible for all phases of the program budget. Performs analysis for contract reviews with various software. Develops Quality Assurance Programs for all products and services. Prepare Staffing Plans, including skill and labor mix, to support contract operations. May be responsible for recruiting, interviewing, and hiring staff. Assign staff and provide technical direction as necessary to complete task. Monitor contract, subcontract, and funding; prepare forecasts of program financial performance. Develop and deliver required contract, departmental, project and/or financial reports.
Current DoD TS/SCI clearance with ability to obtain CI polygraph
PMP certification required
Required experience and education
Bachelors degree with at least
– 12 years demonstrated experience in an intelligence discipline working in the DoD or IC with a portion of that experience within the last 2 years, and
– 5 years demonstrated experience leading a team and managing work tasks of subordinates conducting intelligence planning, collection, processing, analysis, or dissemination, and
– 2 years demonstrated experience in project management and task coordination involving intelligence
– Advanced Experience using Microsoft SharePoint 2013+
Required skills and abilities
– Demonstrates mastery of qualitative and quantitative analytic methodologies and pursue developments in academia or other fields that affect tradecraft methodology.
– Demonstrates ability to define comprehensive, new, or unique research approaches that enable rigorous assessments to address and contribute to high-level tasks.
– Demonstrates in-depth analysis of analytic operations and knowledge management issues across organizational and intra-IC boundaries and clearly articulates key findings.
– Demonstrates ability to work independently and with minimal oversight.
– Demonstrates ability to review analytic products for cogent arguments, tradecraft standards, and adequate support for conclusions; routinely tests analytic rigor of analytic products.
Desired education and experience:
Masters degree or
Bachelors degree – with at least 17 years of relevant experience