Oasis Systems

  • Sr. Program Manager (TACP)

    Job Locations US-MA-Bedford / Hanscom AFB
    Posted Date 1 month ago(11/16/2018 5:40 PM)
    Requisition Number
    2018-8041
    Category
    Project Management
  • Overview

    Provide senior-level program management support to the Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) program office, which is within the Battle Management Directorate located at Hanscom AFB, MA.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor's Degree and 12 years of experience in the respective technical/professional discipline being performed, 5 years of which must be in the DoD
    • Comprehensive knowledge of systems acquisition and program management principles, policies and practices as defined in DoDI 5000.02 and 5000.75, as well as knowledge of roles and relationships with the DoD and Air Force
    • Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative techniques for gathering, analyzing, and measuring the effectiveness, efficiency and productivity of acquisition programs
    • Must have an active US security clearance

    Responsibilities

    • Provide senior acquisition support for requirements, strategy, budget, schedule, and execution to the Tactical Air Control Party – Modernization (TACP-M) ACAT II and Mobility Air Force Tactical Data Links (MAF TDL) programs
    • Serve as lead acquisition support to Close Air Support Systems Software (CASS) v1.4.4. and v1.4.5 ACAT III programs
    • Provide senior-level acquisition support for follow-on Capabilities Drops (CD-2 and beyond) for future CASS capabilities
    • Provide senior-level source selection technical support for multiple programs within the TACP-M and MAF TDL portfolio
    • Assist program manager in assessing programs against schedule and cost baselines, recommend viable solutions to execution issues
    • Support program management reviews, senior level meetings/reviews and IMP/IMS reviews
    • Support implementation and execution of Agile software development processes in concert with Government and prime contractors

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