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Lockheed MartinTitusville, FL
  • Lockheed Martin Corporation 3.8 ★
  • Systems Test and Evaluations Associate Manager
  • Hiring Surge This company is in a hiring surge in response to COVID-19
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  • Description: The coolest jobs on this planet or any other are with Lockheed Martin Space.
  • At the dawn of a new space age, Lockheed Martin is a pioneer, partner, innovator and builder.
  • Our amazing men and women are on a mission to make a difference in the world and every day we use our unique skills and experiences to create, design and build solutions to some of the worlds hardest engineering problems.
  • Our culture encourages employees to think big, perform with excellence and create incredible products.
  • We provide the resources, encouragement and focus and if you have the passion and courage to dream big, we want to build a better tomorrow with you!
  • As the new Systems Engineering Associate Manager you will be responsible for the Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM) Evaluation programs.
  • You will lead a group of engineers that oversees the testing of components of the Trident-II D5 missile.
  • The Evaluation team is responsible for ensuring the Trident-II D5 missile subsystems and components tests are performed properly and documented.
  • You will lead a team that works with the missile subsystem engineers, test engineers and the Navy customer counterparts to resolve test anomalies.
  • You will track test schedules and budgets, and review test reports.
  • This leader will also schedule assignments, perform performance reviews, and make sure their team is complying with training requirements.
  • You will be responsible for all technical and programmatic (cost, schedule, staffing) aspects of the Evaluation programs.
  • Evaluations programs include Service Life Evaluation (SLE), Production Assessment Test (PAT) and Destruct System Evaluation Program (DSEP)
  • ADDITIONAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Program What-ifs/New Programs Planning & ROMs Budgetary Estimates
  • FBM Program/Project Proposals including Basis-Of-Estimate (BOE) generation
  • Employee management and evaluation
  • You will be responsible for all technical and programmatic (cost, schedule, staffing) aspects of the activities listed above.
  • To promote the sharing of ideas, Lockheed Martin cultivates an inclusive work environment that encourages differences and big-picture thinking.
  • Our employees play an active role in strengthening the quality of life where we live and work by volunteering more than 850,000 hours annually.
  • Rewards & recognition
  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related field from an accredited college and/or equivalent job experience.
  • Project lead experience to include: planning, proposals, budgets and/or schedules.
  • Experience in Test Engineering, Test Operations and/or Systems Engineering
  • Experience working with multiple Customer organizations and their contractors, principles and business processes
  • Experience in full project lifecycle management to include planning, comprehensive basis of estimates (BOEs) for proposals, and managing organizational budgets and schedules
  • Willingness to learn and understand missile and/or component level testing.
  • Working knowledge of MS Office, Excel, Project and Power Point applications.
  • Ability to work with team members with diverse backgrounds and across multiple organizations
  • Ability to travel 25% or more of the time
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance
  • Excellent verbal, written communication, and social skills.
  • Experience in a leadership position with formal roles and responsibilities.
  • Experience with direct customer, management, peer and subordinate interaction resulting in positive outcomes while representing the role and company are highly desirable.
  • Experience generating Basis-Of Estimates (BOEs) and providing proposal support.
  • Knowledgeable in missile technologies including, but not limited to, missile systems/sub-system architecture and design.
  • Knowledge of the Trident II (D5) FBM Program
  • Experience with Navy SSP customer and associated contractors
  • Experience with package or component test experience
  • Experience with environmental test labs
  • Experience with Cost Account Management
  • Typical minimums: Bachelors degree with 9 years of professional experience; Masters degree with 7 years of professional experience; or Ph. D. degree with 4 years of professional experience (all from accredited colleges).
  • Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
  • All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
  • Join us at Lockheed Martin, where your mission is ours.
  • Our customers tackle the hardest missions.
  • Those that demand extraordinary amounts of courage, resilience and precision.
  • Sometimes they even provide an opportunity to change the world and save lives.
  • Those are the missions we care about.
  • As a leading technology innovation company, Lockheed Martins vast team works with partners around the world to bring proven performance to our customers toughest challenges.
  • Lockheed Martin has employees based in many states throughout the U.S., and Internationally, with business locations in many nations and territories.

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