|Job Ref:||9169||Employer:||General Dynamics US||Country:||United States||County/State:||Connecticut||City:||Groton||Address:||Post Date:||16/10/2016 05:11|
The Advanced Undersea Integration organization is responsible for managing a range of programs with an R&D and prototype development focus. The Advanced Undersea Integration team is focused on identifying and providing capabilities that enable the Navy to maintain undersea dominance by integrating innovative solutions for future undersea systems on to Navy submarines. The team is responsible for working with industry partners and Navy customers to transition off board vehicle and payload concepts into funded programs. Customers include the Office of Naval Research (ONR), Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA), Navy Undersea Technology Office (NAVSEA073), and major Navy program offices. The open positions involve small project development and management in one or more of the following areas: integration of Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs), Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), missiles, and other payloads; dry deck shelter maintenance and modernization; Large Scale Vehicle (LSV-2) support; and general R&D contracts. Responsibilities include:|
• Interface and coordination with many of EBs functional groups (Engineering/Design, Contracts, Finance, Purchasing, Legal, and Virginia Program Office), subcontractors and vendors
• Development and maintenance of integrated schedules, manpower plans, budget plans, and task instructions/scopes of work for projects of varying size and complexity.
• Ability to develop project plans and metrics tailored to both customer needs and program constraints is expected, as is the ability to react to frequent changes in funding and workscope profiles to generate updates to these program documents
• Development and coordination of efforts that support customer program reviews and tracking action items and commitments is expected
• Frequent interface with both military and commercial customers is required. Some travel is expected.