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UAS Project Manager

UAS Project Manager

Job ID 
2017-1387
# of Openings 
1
Job Locations 
US-NC-Fort Bragg
Category 
Operations
Position Type 
Active

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Overview

Mayvin is currently seeking qualified applicants to serve as a UAS Project Manager that will provide support to a USSOCOM customer. This position will be located at Ft. Bragg, NC. The candidate will be a part of a team that is charged with quickly providing SOF units deployed globally with innovative government and commercial off-the-shelf solutions that address urgent requirements. 

 

This position requires U.S. citizenship. TS/SCI clearance is required.

 

Responsibilities

  1. As the Group I and II Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Project Manager, represents organizational priorities while serving as an ISR liaison to adjacent commands and higher headquarters including USASOC, MARSOC, AFSOC, HQDA, and SOCOM.  Coordinates with USASOC, MARSOC, AFSOC, ARSOAC, Army PM offices, NAVAIR, and other supporting elements to support organizational objectives.  Incumbent provides technical systems support  for development and procurement of Airborne Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (A-ISR) systems.  Provides technical systems support with detailed ISR development plans and schedules for Airborne ISR capabilities, equipment, personnel, scheduling, maintenance, flight authorizations, and air space de-confliction in support of Unit and DoD priorities.  Support includes development of detailed employment plans and schedules for training, capabilities integration, equipment and personnel scheduling, and airspace de-confliction.  Independently coordinates types and number of aircraft necessary for testing/training mission accomplishment and seeks support of the same from enabling organizations.  Represents customer requirements during organizational meetings with all user echelons.  Identifies tactical A-ISR capability gaps through coordination and liaison with organizational leadership and recommends changes, in order to meet mission requirements.

 

  1. Identifies, manages, plans and coordinates for A-ISR future capabilities.  Supports and provides input to A-ISR assessments organizing, and overseeing key programs of future A-ISR capabilities and policies.  Provides advice, analysis, technical expertise, and support to the Combat Development Directorate regarding future unclassified and classified A-ISR platforms schedules to support A-ISR missions.  Makes periodic comprehensive assessments and evaluations of tactical A-ISR goals and objectives to provide a basis for long-range planning to enhance the organization's tactical ISR management responsibilities. Makes recommendations and defends decisions on DoD and USSOCOM operational policy matters; often required to make sound recommendations on committing significant funds or resources impacting future SOF capabilities and program life cycles

 

  1. Conducts thorough market research for solutions to A-ISR requirement gaps. Subsequently provides materiel solution options for the organization.  Compiles quotes and develops purchase documentation for government approval. Supports and provides input to ISR assessments; organizing and overseeing key programs of future ISR capabilities and policies.  Provides advice, analysis, technical expertise, and support to the CDD Director regarding future unclassified and classified ISR platforms scheduled to support combatant command ISR missions.  Evaluates the effectiveness of ISR programs and operations in terms of mission accomplishment; quantity and quality standards; procedural, policy and regulatory compliance; and technical competence. Makes periodic comprehensive assessments and evaluations of ISR goals and objectives to provide a basis for long-range planning to enhance the organizations ISR management responsibilities. Serves as project manager for all Airborne ISR requirements. Coordinates and reviews all Airborne ISR related combat development projects within the Combat Development Directorate, while keeping abreast of the status of those projects and tracking the remaining efforts associated with those projects until completion.

 

  1. Develops documentation to support US Army Airworthiness Release (AWR) messages for non-standard aircraft.  Monitors and assists moving AWRs through staff channels for approval.  Generate letters, Memorandums of Agreement (MOA) and Statements of Requirements (SOR) for all Airborne ISR requirements

 

  1. Provides analysis and input to the organization's programmatic budgetary planning process for future Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) development, procurement and sustainment.  Utilizes knowledge of SOF, training, readiness, organization, Airborne ISR support to the Find, Fix, Finish, Exploit and Analyze (F3EA) cycle, Army and Joint Aviation standardization and safety, FAA Policy,  Joint Capabilities Integration Development System (JCIDS), SOF Capabilities Integration Development System (SOFCIDS), and resource requirements to integrate functions and tasks into all facets of SOF AISR where appropriate and to advise the Commodity SGM and CDD staff in the decision making process.

 

 

  1. Supports the planning and execution of flight testing and demonstrations for UAS at various locations.  Develop flight test plans, test cards and schedules that support the organizational timelines and goals  Understands the DOD requirements generation process and the concepts of Key Systems Attributes, Key Performance Parameters, Threshold and Objective Requirements and how these concepts nest within the overall testing plan.

Qualifications

  • Comprehensive knowledge of ISR policies, plans, programs, employment, and doctrine to integrate and advocate organizational ISR requirements at appropriate levels
  • Comprehensive experience as well as the knowledge, skills, abilities and competencies for tactical A-ISR support to the organization.
  • Specialized experience in administering or performing tactical A-ISR management in support of SOF Operations.
  • Comprehensive ability to define problems, identify relationships, evaluate quality, assess impacts, and make conclusions and recommendations against priorities, standards or objectives or, where none exist, to establish required priorities, standards, objectives, and doctrine
  • Knowledge of commercial Unmanned Aerial Systems and their capabilities.
  • Background in basic flight techniques, procedures and aircraft engineering.
  • Must have working knowledge of USSOCOM 350-9, AR 95-23, AR 385-10, DA PAM 385-40, AR 95-20 and applicable FARs.

 

 

About Mayvin:

 

Mayvin is a dynamic small business created out of a commitment to deliver unparalleled service to our clients. Our team brings expert knowledge of program management services specializing in Streamlined Acquisition and Operations Management to government organizations. We create effective strategies for program design, execution, and sustainment while implementing action plans to provide our clients with maximum visibility, access, and an impact that serves the needs of the United States. Our team has a diverse array of credentials directly related to providing a comprehensive mission support plan for both military and civilian agencies.

 

A "Mayvin" is a trusted expert in a particular field who seeks to pass knowledge on to others - a builder of networks, a communicator of knowledge.

 

Our compensation package includes a competitive salary and benefits package, along with a dynamic corporate culture and supportive team environment.

 

Mayvin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

 

Mayvin is a current participant in E-Verify and conducts internal I-9 audits at least once per year.