Chemical & Biological Functional Manager

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Functional manager for Advisory and Analysis Services (A&AS;) contract with the Defense Threat Reduction Agency. Directs a highly technical, multidisciplinary team in support of a variety of current and emerging Chemical Biological applications. Manages allocation of people, resources and support to meet the varying customer requirements. Provides programmatic oversight on the management and integration of programs. Directly supports the branch chief in conceptual planning and executional development of programs. Helps integrate individual projects into a cohesive overall program. Assists in coordination with R&D; activities across DTRA. Support to DTRA includes Program Operating Memorandum guidance, yearly program/project plan development, and preparation of technical / programmatic reviews to the division and higher levels of DTRA.Qualifications
A minimum of Master's Degree or above in a related biological, physical science, or business management field is required.
At least 10 years relevant program management and leadership experience required with a demonstrated ability to provide objective evaluation, recommend courses of action, and champion improved process development; 15 years preferred.
Experience in DoD planning and programming processes as military, civilian, or contractor is required.
Excellent interpersonal and team building skills is required.
Active/current DoD Secret clearance is required. TS/SCI clearance is highly desired.
DoD acquisition/program management certification/experience is preferred.
Familiarity with scientific program development, planning, programming and reporting is preferred.
Specific experience with any of the following considered a plus: Department of Defense Chemical and Biological Defense Program (CBDP); Biology (microbiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, genetics, virology, immunology, toxicology, pathology, physiology, medical science, bioinformatics, veterinarian science, health physics); Medical research experience at a senior level of responsibility; knowledge of biotech, drug manufacturing, public health science.

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