Sigmatech, a fast growing Defense Contractor promotes growth strategies to foster a high-performing organization that focuses on customer satisfaction; recognizes the importance of employee contributions, professional growth, and fulfillment; and a continual commitment to ethics and integrity.
We are currently seeking a SOCOM/External Agency Program Support Coordinator.
Responsibilities include performing programmatic/logistics support to the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Family of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (FoSUAS) product office. This function requires alignment of logistics obligation requirements with contract awards to provide sufficient task order coverage, coordination with external Program Office DoD Agencies and non DOD agencies. Coordinate logistics, engineering, budget, cost, test and evaluation, to principal SOCOM customer requirements.
Other responsibilities include:
- Interfacing with internal and external personnel regarding SUAS products.
- Assisting with coordinating stakeholders working groups for emerging FoSUAS requirements.
- Providing assistance in the preparation of Unfunded Requirements and their prioritization according to the proponency.
- Assisting the customer with requirements analysis, implementation, and compliance with engineering directives and procedures.
- Analyzing and/or developing programmatic and technical documentation.
- Providing aviation, operational, and technical expertise to the customer.
- Interfacing with a diverse group of internal and external stakeholders at all levels within the Army.
- Applying their extensive knowledge of the Microsoft (MS) Office Suite of products to develop PowerPoint briefings, Excel spreadsheets, and documentation developed utilizing Word and Adobe Acrobat.
- Independently reviewing incoming/outgoing documentation/briefings for clarity, grammar, spelling, punctuation and format.
- Using independent judgment to plan, prioritize, and organize a diversified workload in a high-pace and detail oriented environment.
- Providing recommendations for test requirements, acceptance criteria, and measuring programs.