Full Time Employee Contractor
Federal System Design and Development Manager
CGI Federal is seeking a System Design and Development Manager for a project with the TSA.
- Manages and supervises personnel involved in development activities, organizes and assigns responsibilities to subordinates and oversees the successful completion of all assigned tasks.
- Minimum 8 years of experience in relevant field
- Bachelor's Degree or equivalent training
- Experience supporting federal customer and projects
- Must possess a strong technical background in information technology management
- Strong process knowledge of System Development Life Cycles
- Experience with automated configuration management/code management systems
- Strong program and project management skills
- Excellent presentation and communication skills
- Collaborative Software Development
- Test-Driven Development
- Simple Design
- Continuous Integration
- Prior DHS or TSA experience
This is a great opportunity to join a winning team. CGI offers a competitive compensation package with opportunities for growth and professional development. Benefits for full-time, permanent members start on the first day of employment and include a paid time-off program and profit participation and stock purchase plans.
We wish to thank all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position, however, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
No unsolicited agency referrals please.
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