Cyber Program Manager

Columbia, MD
May 12, 2022
May 15, 2022
Full Time
DescriptionJob Description:The Leidos Cyber Division in Columbia, Maryland is seeking an experienced leader to serve as a Cyber Program Manager. The successful candidate will serve in leadership roles across multiple Cyber development programs, interacting with the Vice President (VP) Division Manager and managing technical staff. Beyond existing contract execution, the role will also focus on Cyber growth initiatives and engaging with existing and new Customers. In addition to leading and growing the current base of existing solutions development programs, the scope of Cyber opportunities includes working with Internal Research and Development (IR&D) technical teams to align customer requirements and operational mission needs to Leidos investments. The position is in Columbia, MD. The Program Manager will serve as the primary representative of the Contractor and interface with the Government regarding status of all Contractor program and technical activities and all problems, issues or conflicts requiring resolution. Manage cost, schedule, risk, and performance through the completion of tasks within estimated timeframes and budget constraints.The Cyber Program Manager will perform the following roles and responsibilities:Lead and manage technical teams with to develop Cyber solutionsWork with IR&D technical teams to align work scope to customer requirements and operational mission needsContribute to the growth and financial success of the Division through execution and capture of new Cyber opportunitiesCollaborate across functional teams to drive the Cyber strategy and propose capabilities via whitepapers and customer demonstrationsRemain cognizant of relevant industry and Leidos best practices and trends to ensure that Division programs and activities incorporate effective, efficient approachesManage and lead Cyber technical personnel by personal example, applying experience and sound judgmentEnsure contract deliverables are provided on schedule and with appropriate accuracy and completenessBe an authentic people leader, driving engagement and inclusive outcomes, and provide new ideas and innovationsManage technical staffing - recruitment, hiring, performance evaluation and improvement, assignments, retention, engagement, and career developmentCommunicate regularly, actively, candidly, and professionally with Leidos staff, and with current and potential prime and subcontractor representatives, vendors, and client representativesMaintain a strong partnership relationship with Leidos infrastructure and support elements (HR, finance, talent acquisition, contracts, subcontracts, security, facilities, logistics, )Provide regular briefings to Leidos senior leaders and Customers to ensure their commitment to and visibility into our workExemplify the highest standards of personal and professional integrity in every aspect of our businessRepresent the Division in Leidos internal and external activities when requestedCandidate Must Possess the Following Skills and Experience:Active, current Top Secret/SCI clearance, and the ability and willingness to maintain this clearance or upgrade as necessary while holding this position.Bachelor's or master's degree in a technical field related to the requested skill setsRelated fields are Computer Science, Software Engineering, Software Architect, Information Systems, or Vulnerability Research.Minimum eight (8) years of experience as the program manager of Cyber related programs.Minimum ten (10) years of experience working with clients to elicit and refine requirementsMinimum five (5) years of technical experience with research and Cyber development operations.Managed and overseen a highly technical development and engineering staff with success. Implemented agile development methodologies related to software development.Experience supporting Department of Defense and Intelligence Community customersAt least five years of progressively complex experience as the PM/manager of successful mid- to large-size technical programs, departments, or activitiesDemonstrated experience managing and leading direct employees and technical teamsAttention to detail plus the ability to delegate successfully, rise above the details, and see the larger pictureComfortable working in a fast-paced, multi-tasking environment with quick-response deadlinesExperience managing a decentralized and dispersed workforceStrong, professional communication and organization skills - in writing, in person, in leading small and large groups, and in delivering formal presentationsHighly Desired Skills and Experience:Experience mentoring and developing technical staff and leadersExperience managing across a portfolio of solutions development activitiesMaster's degree preferred, but not requiredPay Range:Pay Range $101,400.00 - $156,000.00 - $210,600.00

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