General Dynamics Corporation
Job Description At this level, the position is typically responsible for managing multiple projects and tasks and supervising more than 25 employees ' both exempt and non-exempt and including two or more subordinate supervisors and managers. Technical difficulty\/complexity of assigned tasks\/projects may also affect level selection. Position is in N. Charleston, SC. Secret Clearance is required. Manage personnel in executing responsibilities associated with Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Test and Evaluation, Integrated Logistic Support (ILS). Specific areas include: Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Lab, Environmental Lab, Poseidon Park Test Facility (PPTF), TEMPEST Lab Integrated Logistic Support (ILS). Represent customer requirements with government organizations to include, but not limited to: NAVSEA (SEA05H) and Field Activities NAVAIR AEMSICAP 4.1.13 SPAWAR E3 IPT and Service Centers NETC HQ Dahlgren and LCs (CSCS Norfolk\/IWTC Pensacola) Represent customer requirements at conferences, seminars, and working group meetings. Travel may include, but not limited to: Joint Spectrum Center J5 Training Working Group Meeting (Various Locations, Nationwide) US PACOM Spectrum Conference (Honolulu, Hawaii) DoD E3 Program Review Meeting (Various Locations, Nationwide) USN\/USMC Spectrum Management Conference (San Diego, CA) DoD Spectrum Conference (Arlington, VA) DON E3 IPT Meeting (Arlington, VA) Inter-Service Training Review Organization (ITRO) Joint\/Fleet Spectrum Manager (Keesler AFB Biloxi, MS) E3 Program Review Meetings (Washington Navy Yard, District of Columbia) Training Program Management Reviews (SPAWAR LANT Charleston, SC) Candidate will perform Action Officer requirements associated with the Human Analysis Requirements and Planning System (HARPS) to manage and maintain the E3\/SM Navy Training System Plan (NTSP) in coordination with: Requirement Sponsors Training Sponsors Resource Sponsors Program Sponsors Coordinate and manage customer reports to include, but not limited to: Weekly Activity Report (WAR) Bi-Weekly Reports Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) Report Fleet Training Management Planning System (FLTTMPS) Report Manage, supervise and train junior personnel. Execute company policies, instructions and work procedures necessary to accomplish GDIT mission requirements. Education 1. Bachelors Degree in a related business or technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical training, or work\/military experience. 2. Professional certification (PMP) desired but not required. Qualifications 10-12 years of related experience, including supervisory experience. SKILLS AND ABILITIES Effective management and leadership skills. Effective administrative and organizational skills. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. As a trusted systems integrator for more than 50 years, General Dynamics Information Technology provides information technology (IT), systems engineering, professional services and simulation and training to customers in the defense, federal civilian government, health, homeland security, intelligence, state and local government and commercial sectors.With approximately 32,000 professionals worldwide, the company delivers IT enterprise solutions, manages large-scale, mission-critical IT programs and provides mission support services.GDIT is an Equal Opportunity\/Affirmative Action Employer - Minorities\/Females\/Protected Veterans\/Individuals with Disabilities. Connect With Us! Not ready to apply or just want to stay informed on various career opportunities and events at GDIT? Join one of our Talent Communities today!
General Dynamics Corporation
Website : http://www.gendyn.com
General Dynamics is a market leader in business aviation; combat vehicles, weapons systems and munitions; shipbuilding and marine systems; and mission-critical information systems and technology. The company was formed in 1952 through the combination of the Electric Boat Company, Consolidated Vultee (CONVAIR) and several others. The company grew organically and through acquisitions until the early 1990s, when we sold many of our defense-related businesses. Starting in the mid-1990s, we began expanding by acquiring combat vehicle-related businesses, additional shipyards, information-technology product and service companies and Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation. Since then we have acquired and integrated more than 60 businesses, including six in 2011. Our revenue has grown from $4 billion to approximately $32 billion in that time and our workforce has increased from 29,000 to approximately 95,000 employees today.