Intelligence Management Support

RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide engineering and program management advice and assistance to AFRL/RW.   Provide support consisting of both a recognized professional capable of solving major problems in a specialty field and additional support capable of assuming full technical responsibility for interpreting, organizing, executing and coordinating assignments.  Serve as a liaison between RW and the Intelligence community and facilitate cross flow of information between all parties.  Specific activities include but are not limited to the following: Base lining and monitoring execution of programs/activities within the AFRL/RW portfolio Developing and reviewing of technical approaches, to include application of sound engineering principles and insurance of traceability and feasibility of associated analysis and test plans Performing technical risk assessments to evaluate the likelihood that planned technical approaches for meeting defined requirements can be accomplished using the planned technology within budgeted cost and schedule Development and review of technical summary reports, action plans, and technical presentations in support of informational and decision briefs Assisting to inform S&T program technical objectives based on intel assessments of current and future advisory capabilities, supporting RW's military intel officer, and participate in working groups and study teams on munitions technology readiness, integration and interoperability, and other topics related to concept planning and program/activity initiation and execution. QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree and 10 years of experience or 12 years of experience Proficiency in MS Office required Specialty experience and knowledge of Intel Community, preferably 10+ years Working knowledge of and experience  Munitions and Weapons Systems research and development, preferably prior DoD or US DoD Contractor experience, with emphasis Intel Prior AFRL Munitions Directorate experiencepreferred Secret Clearance, or ability to obtain a secret clearance and ability to upgrade to Top Secret Clearance, TS Clearance preferred Excellent attention-to-detail required Experience working with Science and Engineering programs/contracts preferred ADDITIONAL INFO: Travel out of local area 4 to 6 times per year (possibly more) 2018-8045
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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