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Post subject: Deputy CCM Team Lead Systems Engineer Manager M Posted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 2:23 pm

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Deputy CCM Team Lead Systems Engineer Manager M

Req #: 08-1012154

Job Description:

As a member of the National Team, this staff position reports directly to the CCM Team Lead. The position requires the ability to plan, organize, control and execute and provide oversight of the Discrimination Engineering activities. CCM Product Team Deputy is responsible for assisting the team lead with managing a technical team consisting of industry, FFRDC, and SETA personnel. The team is responsible for the following products and activities: System Discrimination Architecture Definition, Discrimination Infrastructure, Target Designation Improvements, Systems Engineering and Specials Topics. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Project Management, Team Leadership, demonstrated interpersonal communications skills, able to work with minimal supervision, ability to multi-task. Individual must have a technical analytical background (engineering, physics, and applied mathematics) as well as experience in complex large scale System Engineering and Integrated programs for DoD, NASA, etc. Individual must have excellent team building and communication skills. Demonstrated ability to formulate unstructured problems and experience managing a large number of tasks in a dynamic environment are also requirements. Manages employees and mid-level managers performing engineering and technical activities in the area of Systems Engineering. Develops and executes integrated organizational plans, policies and procedures and guides the development of business and technical strategies, goals, objectives. Acquires resources for organizational activities, provides technical management of suppliers and leads process improvements. Develops and maintains relationships and partnerships with customers, stakeholders, peers, partners and direct reports. Provides oversight and approval of technical approaches, products and processes. Manages, develops and motivates employees and mid-level managers.

Education Requirements:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 7+ years working weapons development programs or systems of systems programs with significant weapons components as a Program/Project Lead. Solid understanding of Systems Engineering process and disciplines a must. Technical background in software development technologies or programs a must. Successful candidate must have the ability to communicate well, and to create technical briefings for senior level decision makers. **Must have the ability to obtain a TOP SECRET clearance.**

Relocation Money Available: Yes

Travel Required: No

Security Clearance Requirements: Secret

To view the complete job description and to apply online, please visit: http://boeing.com/employment/, click “Job Search” and enter Req# “08-1012154” in the “Job Req#” field.

Boeing is an equal opportunity employer supporting diversity in the workplace.

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Approved by Kirt Blattenberger 6/9/2008

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