Oasis Systems

  • Program Manager

    Job Locations US-MA-Bedford / Hanscom AFB
    Posted Date 5 months ago(12/7/2018 4:15 PM)
    Requisition Number
  • Overview

    The successful candidate will provide mid-level program management support to the Deployable Instrument Landing System (D-ILS) program office, which is within the Approach and Landing Systems Branch, Aerospace Management Systems Division, and the Digital Directorate located at Hanscom AFB, MA


    • Bachelor’s degree and 15 years of relevant experience.
    • Knowledge of systems acquisition and program management principles, policies, and practices as defined in DoDI 5000.02 as well as knowledge of roles and relationships with the DoD and Air Force
    • Experience on DoD or Air Force acquisition programs highly desired.
    • Experience with post-Milestone C acquisition activities to include system fielding and sustainment planning is desired
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in an Integrated Product Team environment.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • Skilled in use of Microsoft Office products
    • Must be eligible for a DoD Security Clearance

    Additional Information:

    • Travel of up to 1 week per month may be required.

    Security Clearance/Level Required: 



    The Program Manager duties include, but are not limited to:

    • Provide mid-level acquisition support for strategy, budget, schedule, and fielding for the D-ILS program. Special emphasis will be placed on fielding and sustainment planning.
    • Oversee the acquisition of D-ILS support equipment to include hybrid power systems and mobilizers.
    • Assist program manager in assessing program against schedule and cost baselines and recommend viable solutions to execution issues.
    • Support program management reviews, senior level meetings/reviews, and IMP/IMS reviews.
    • Provide program administrative support by continually updating program status in reporting tools and overseeing program Sharepoint site.


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