Program Management & Acquisition Support [2020-51]

Space Rapid Capabilities Office (SpRCO)

Infinity is searching for a senior Program Management & Acquisition Support professional to support development of first-of-kind space vehicles and missions. In this position, you will provide System Engineering Technical Assistance (SETA) to the Space Rapid Capabilities Office (SpRCO).

Engineering responsibilities span technology domains including space rated hardware, software, sensors, and processors in an extremely fast-paced, responsive development environment. This SETA candidate will provide in-depth background on satellite vehicle bus and/or subsystems to improve program office insight into state-of-the art commercial and legacy mission systems, and C2 requirements and capabilities.

SETA Role and Responsibilities:

• Serves as program advisory lead for extremely time critical technical projects, test projects, or tasks requiring appropriate level technical expertise

• Assists acquisition planning, market research, and drafting technical requirements and documents

• Coordinates with internal and external stakeholders to verify program needs and identified to meet project goals

• Helps the government assess the technical sufficiency, cost, quality, and timely delivery of program deliverables

• Confers with engineers to provide technical advice and to assist with problem resolution as needed

• Supports management and execution of programs consisting of multiple projects--ensures overall program is properly coordinated and efficiently accomplished with the best available resources

• Aids in the development of a Monthly Status Report on all support efforts including updates in status and performance, major activities, challenges and opportunities, deliverables, and subcontractor performance

• Drafts, reviews, and edits final program reports, documents, and briefings

• Supports acquisition planning and development of documents required for systems acquisition.

• Coordinates with external agencies to include operational units, higher headquarters, Combatant Command (COCOM) staffs, other acquisition activities, and research and development functions.

• Coordination will include producing, tracking, coordinating all agreements and documentation necessary for SpRCO systems to transition seamlessly into a framework for organizing, training, and equipping the United States Space Force

• Supports and advises acquisition and program management functions, advises government management on design challenges, operational delivery and integration, and supports system program reviews

• Work on high-visibility or mission critical aspects of a given program and perform all functional duties independently

• Oversee the efforts of less senior staff and/or be responsible for the efforts of all staff assigned to a specific job

• Translate complex ideas and data into simple, actionable recommendations or easily differentiated courses of action

• Communicate clearly, concisely, and with technical accuracy—oral and written

Required skills:

• Minimum ten (10) years DoD/IC, or relevant industry work experience

• Proven experience and/or qualifications in development and fielding satellite systems

• Understanding of operational environment and corresponding mission user needs

• Knowledge of space system engineering, development, and manufacturing

• Experience in DoD program management including program development and transition

• Experience with Integrated Master Schedules, and risk management

• Experience with Statements of Work (SOW) and Performance Work Statements (PWS)

Desired skills:

• Ten (5) years of relevant DoD and/or Industry work experience with SAP and/or SCI

• System Engineering Technical Assistance (SETA) to Government program office

• Experience with rapid prototyping

• Experience with integrated air, space and cyberspace capabilities

• Experience developing, deploying, and maintaining ground mission planning architecture and software

• Experience with ACAT I/II level acquisition programs

• Experience using multivariable optimization in mission planning software systems

• Experience in planning and executing test campaigns for space systems

• Fluency with IC organizations

• An applicable engineering degree from a program accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) or possess a Professional Engineering license • MA/MS/ME degree

10 yrs

Albuquerque, NM




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