The MITRE Corporation Portfolio Manager - Navy C4I in San Diego, California
Portfolio Manager - Navy C4I
The Naval C4I portfolio is seeking a Portfolio Manager to be directly accountable for the successful development and execution of the Naval C4I program area of the Naval Portfolio’s work program that achieves specific customer-focused objectives and outcomes.
Supports the portfolio director by providing specific customer/program knowledge and expertise
Develops close working relationships with customer counterparts, serving as a trusted advisor
Supports the portfolio’s customer value analysis and strategy development
Develops and shapes a work program to achieve specific mission outcomes
Identifies strategic work-shaping opportunities consistent with portfolio strategy
. Creates cross-portfolio efficiencies by exchanging ideas, information, and products with other Portfolio Managers, thus bringing new capabilities to bear in the Naval C4I portfolio.
Supports the portfolio leadership team’s development of financial projections and manages business risk, both technical and financial
Collaborates with program divisions and technical centers to leverage related activities and strengthen use of shared resources and re-use of existing products
Ensures that customer strategic outcomes, milestones and accomplishments are understood by all staff supporting the portfolio /program area
Technical and Thought Leadership – Able to influence customer and stakeholder thinking.
Value Delivery – Able to define goals and supporting outcomes aligned with customer priorities and ensures value proposition is delivered.
Customer/Stakeholder Engagement – Understands status of customer relationships and priorities of senior Department of the Navy FFRDC sponsors. PEO C4I, SPAWAR, SSCPAC, acquisition domain, and customer knowledge is helpful in developing these trusted relationships. Able to build and sustain trusting relationships with customer and stakeholders (academia, industry, etc.) in line with portfolio strategy while maintaining an objective perspective.
Program Area Stewardship –Able to define program area strategy and effectively execute against strategy in line with MITRE goals.
Apprenticeship and Team Development – Committed to active feedback throughout the program area and portfolio.
Leadership and Presence – Assume responsibility and accountability for customer outcomes.
FFRDC Difference – Able to provide objective solutions and recommendations to customer challenges.
Technical and Thought Leadership - Serves as champion for potential transformational changes.
Value Delivery - Builds deep understanding and strong advocacy regarding the value MITRE brings to customers.
Customer/Stakeholder Engagement - Understands status of customer relationships and priorities of senior Department of the Navy FFRDC sponsors. R&D, ONI, NAVSEA, acquisition domain, and customer knowledge is helpful in developing these trusted relationships.
Program Area Stewardship - Ensures strategic priorities are understood throughout the portfolio and supporting program divisions and technical centers.
Apprenticeship and Team Development - Ensures learning opportunities are pursued throughout the program area.
Leadership and Presence - Able to motivate and inspire others to achieve desired outcomes
FFRDC Difference -- Courageously presents solutions and recommendations that may be difficult for the customer to accept.
BS in a related field and a minimum of 16 years experience.
Job Systems Engineering
Primary Location United States-California-San Diego
This requisition requires a clearance of Top Secret
Travel Yes, 10 % of the Time
Job Posting Aug 6, 2018, 9:18:51 AM
Req ID: 00050847