Mission Architect 5

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POST DATE 9/12/2016
END DATE 10/18/2016

DiversityWorking VA

Company
DiversityWorking
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
7284768
Location
VA
Job Type
Regular
AJE Ref #
576150855

JOB DESCRIPTION

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* Mission Architect 5
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* Requisition ID:
16010754
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* Location\(s\):
United States\-Virginia\-McLean
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* US Citizenship Required for this Position:
Yes
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* Relocation Assistance:
No relocation assistance available
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* Travel:
Yes, 25 % of the Time
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* Northrop Grumman Technology Services sector is seeking a Mission Architect 5 \(focusing on Department of Justice \(DoJ\)\) to join our team of qualified, diverse individuals\. The qualified applicant will become part of the System Modernization and Services Division's Technology & Engineering organization\. This position will be located in McLean, VA\.Roles and Responsibilities:
- The Mission Architect will play a critical role in the development of discriminating solutions and the acquisition of new business\. The Mission Architect will become deeply knowledgeable of existing DoJ information systems and IT modernization plans\. The successful candidate will be an outwardly facing representative of the company and must possess a demonstrated ability to effectively communicate with government personnel ranging from technical experts to SES\-level executives\.- The Mission Architect must be capable of leading the definition of DoJ\-focused solutions consistent with the customer\-defined technical standards and architectural frameworks\. These solutions will address complex technical problems and often require highly innovative and ingenious approaches\. The candidate shall have extensive prior experience designing and integrating diverse information technologies, managing complex system interfaces, developing enterprise architectures, aligning offerings to mission needs, and creating enduring relationships with and industry partners\. The Mission Architect must have a grasp of advanced technical principles, theories, and concepts and be capable of contributing to the development of new principles and concepts\. The successful candidate has demonstrated experience in defining system implementation approaches and operational concepts, ensuring requirements are met and evaluation of system performance\. The candidate works under consultative direction toward predetermined long\-range goals and objectives\.- The successful candidate will work closely with account management, business development leads, strategists, technologists, and delivery organization team members to identify common solutions that meet the needs of the DoJ customer\. This will include assessing Northrop Grumman's market position versus competitors and determining common technologies and partnerships required to scale within the DoJ technical environment\. The Mission Architect must be able to support proposal efforts, develop technical project plans, and work collaboratively with an extensive technical team\. This Mission Architect will participate in speaking engagements, briefings, and thought leadership activities representing Northrop Grumman\.- The successful candidate must have a history of delivering results, maintaining a high\-level of commitment to personally getting things done, delivering top quality products, making good decisions in a timely and confident manner, solving difficult problems through careful and systematic evaluation of information, possible alternatives and consequences and taking complex issues and solutions and describing them in a simple manner\.- The Mission Architect must be capable of understanding the technological needs of the DoJ customer and through a comparison with existing NGC solutions define potential Research & Development objectives to fill capability gaps\.- Travel will be required to support mission critical program locations and customer locations\.Basic Qualifications:
To be considered for this position, you must minimally meet the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed below:
- A minimum of 14 Years with Bachelors in Science; 12 Years with Masters; 9 Years with PhD, with significant experience in project management, requirements gathering, and software / systems engineering\.- Strong knowledge of the federal procurement and DoJ Programming and Budgeting processes\.- Familiarity with DoJ Security policies\.- Experience with multiple platforms / OSs / DBs in use within DoJ\.- Demonstrated ability to produce cost\-benefit analysis and/or ROI\.- Demonstrated ability to attract and obtain major new company business\. Demonstrated ability to develop highly discriminating and advanced applications addressing widely applicable customer requirements resulting in new product/business opportunities for the company\.- Demonstrated ability to develop advanced technological ideas and transition these ideas from development into a final product\. Ability to uncover and resolve issues associated with the development and implementation of operational programs\.Preferred Qualifications:
Candidates with these desired skills will be given preferential consideration:
- Recent agile development experience preferred\.- 10 years of DoJ on\-site experience\.Northrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce\. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class\. For our complete EEO/AA and Pay Transparency statement, please visit www\.northropgrumman\.com/EEO \. U\.S\. Citizenship is required for most positions\.
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* _Mission Architect 5_
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* Requisition ID:

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* _16010754_ .