Lockheed Martin Corporation
Orlando, FL, United States
Manager, Project Management, Engineering, Aerospace
Description: Accountable for overall engineering technical, cost and schedule performance for F-35 Training Systems Development Programs. Provides primary E&T interface with Program Management (PM) Office/Customer for all programmatic items. Responsible for identification and closure of technical issues. Meets/Exceeds all technical commitments made to the programs. Tracks Estimated time to Complete/Earned Value Management (ETC/EVM) Metrics to monitor program performance and identify technical or E&T staffing risks, while managing cost/schedule. Ensures requirements baseline in documents, tracked, maintained, and verified. Ensures establishment and tracking of key Technical Performance Measures (TPM).Provides timely and accurate projections of engineering resource requirements. Works with PM to ensure GRID is up to date. Works closely with first and second line functional leaders to identify and secure appropriate staffing, coordinates with the PM office and first line managers on proposed engineering staffing changes prior to changes. Works with PM to ensure organizational standard processes are adapted, approved and followed. Leverages proven processes, lessons learned, and best practices from other parts of business or industry. In concert with the LOB and/or Market Segment Chief Engineer, ensures program plans and technical baselines are consistent with Program Control processes and Modern Engineering Practices.
Bachelors degree in an engineering/technical discipline from an accredited college in a related discipline, or equivalent experience/combined education, with 20 years or more of professional experience; or 18 years with a related Masters, or 15 years with a related PhD degree. Viewed as the most senior authority in discipline
Masters degree in Engineering or other technical degree from an accredited college with 15 years or more of relevant professional experience. Direct experience in aircraft/flight simulation development and training. Strong systems and software development background through the entire systems engineering lifecycle. Leadership experience in managing cross-functional Agile product teams. Familiarity with the F-35 Pilot Training Devices, and/or Training Systems.
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Our employees are the core of our business here at Lockheed Martin. As the leading global security & aerospace company—and the #1 IT provider to the U.S. government—Lockheed Martin is a 115,000 person-strong team working to support the U.S. and its allies in the research, development and sustainment of advanced technology systems & services worldwide. Specialties Aeronautics, Information Technology, Space Systems, Defense, Technology, Cyber Security Over one hundred years ago, on August 16, 1912, Glenn L. Martin established the Glenn L. Martin Company in Los Angeles, California. He started the company after building his first plane in a rented church, where he took a leap of faith on his risky but innovative new aircraft design at the urging of none other than Orville Wright. Four months later and four hundred miles away, on December 19, 1912, Allan and Malcolm Lockheed founded the Alco Hydro-Aeroplane Company, later renamed the Lockheed Aircraft Company. Talented mechanics, they set up shop out of a garage, constructing seaplanes that would shatter speed and distance records for overwater flights.