Come join Leidos and our high-performance team in helping the Air Force solve some of its most challenging problems as our latest Program Manager working in Dayton, Ohio.
This is an opportunity for you to manage a large, high visibility program with a geographically dispersed, multi-disciplinary engineering team working in state-of-the-art collaborative environments. The types and mix of projects under this high visibility program will change often, driven by customer needs. Thus we need you, our Program Manager to have a solid foundation in management principles, but an agility to adapt to often changing customer requirements and tasking. If you are up for this task keep reading!
What you as our Program Manager will be doing on the job:
- Manage a multi-location, multi-disciplinary engineering team to include multiple subcontractors
- Lead the team in AGILE practices, and ensure the production and delivery of a wide array of contract deliverables.
- Manage cost, schedule, and performance for a diverse set of tasks being performed by staff from multiple technical and non-technical disciplines
- Work closely with the Government customers.
You will needs these to be successful in this role:
- Master's degree in engineering or engineering management with 10+ years or prior relevant experience
- 7+ years of experience supervising or leading teams and/or projects
- Proven history of managing innovation in a high technology, fast paced, learning organization
- Record of successfully managing large programs and contracts for Department of Defense customers
- Must have a current SECRET clearance, with ability to obtain and maintain a TS/SCI clearance
- Experience with AGILE development methods
- Excellent communication skills (written and oral)
- Evidence of continuous learning of new business areas, technology, and methodologies
- PMP Certification
You will wow us even more if you have these skills:
- Current TS/SCI Clearance
- Experience with the application of Systems Engineering principles
- CSEP Certification
- Experience with technology transition from the laboratory to the user community