Mgr Strategic Planning 2


The Manager Strategic Planning 2 supports the development of the Mission Systems sector s integrated Long Range Strategic Plan (LRSP) investment plan and is responsible for its administration and coordination. Responsibilities
include development and administration of multi-year Non-Contractual Technical Activity (NCTA) investment plans on a continuous planning cycle; financial and business case analysis of proposed NCTA investments; building the
capability to evaluate the investment portfolio and assess investment priorities; management of a stable set of unfunded investment priorities to be funded if resources become available; coordination and integration with capital investment plans; preparation and presentation of briefings to executive leaders; and implementation and tracking of metrics that measure the effectiveness of investments.

The Manager Strategic Planning 2 leads a group of peers at the staff level across the sector, influencing and coordinating their efforts. The successful candidate must be a highly organized self-starter with the ability to work in a dynamic organization and must possess excellent leadership skills.


Basic Qualifications:
- Bachelor s degree with a minimum of 8 years of relevant experience, or Master s degree with a minimum of 6 years relevant experience
- Financial and business case analysis experience
- Management or leadership experience working with cross functional teams
- Experience managing projects, including development and execution of detailed project plans
- Experience with advanced financial analysis with expert Excel skills
- Able to present to and engage with senior management
- Able to obtain and maintain a security clearance
Preferred Qualifications:
- Management experience in program, project, capture or integrated project teams
- Experience making venture capital and/or sophisticated investment allocation decisions
- Experience in the defense industry
- Experience presenting to senior management
- A current active security clearance

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