Software Engineering Manager
General Dynamics Information Technology has an exciting opportunity for you to be included in our key personnel as a Software Engineering Manager for our intended proposal on the Range Engineering Technical Services currently under the RTS Contract on Kwajalein. The mission of the Ronald Reagan Ballistic Missile Defense Test Site (RTS) is to provide a Major Range Test Facility Base (MRTFB) activity on Kwajalein Atoll & Wake Island to support Theater and Strategic Ballistic Missiles/Missile Intercepts, NASA Space Ops and STRATCOM Space Surveillance. The contract mission includes research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E) efforts for on-site and off-site engineering, technical support services, and materials required to operate, maintain, analyze, and modify the RTS instrumentation and related support systems. *This position requires an Active Top Secret Clearance*In this role, your responsibilities will be to:
- Lead the RTS software group responsible for the development and maintenance of software support for RTS instrumentation. Schedule disciplined deployment of software upgrades to ensure adequate engineering verification and maintain configuration control of software baselines. Report to the General Dynamics Information Technology RTS Program manager and has the authority to plan, organize, and staff the Software Group. Delegate authority to the lowest possible level within the group to empower qualified employees to make decisions and solve problems. Direct department personnel issues including hiring, firing, evaluations and disciplinary actions. Ensure operational readiness of instrumentation software to provide mission support. Assigns Software Engineers to support Engineering Change Proposals and Systems Engineering I&M projects.Additional duties as identified and assigned
- An active Top Secret clearance.Minimum eight to ten years’ experience in the areas of responsibilities described.Five to seven years’ experience in software design and development.Bachelor’s degree in a computer engineering discipline.