Advanced Missile Systems (AMS) is the growth engine and front-end product line at Raytheon Missile Systems. The mission of AMS is to help shape new requirements and acquisition strategy, capture business, and then develop and deliver new and innovative solutions to the warfighter. The programs are then transferred to the core product lines, who maintain sharp focus on production and preplanned product improvement (P3I).
AMS is chartered to pursue expansion of current mission areas and capture of new and adjacent markets. These pursuits include unmanned systems, mission solutions, precision targeting sensors and weaponization of advanced aero and ballistic vehicles.
AMS looks for business opportunities with the U.S. Department of Defense, other government agencies and foreign customers. These opportunities include mission systems integration, advanced targeting, international co-development, advanced sensors, advanced communications, effects, and classified systems. As RMS? product portfolio and business opportunities grow, the resourcefulness and ingenuity of the AMS team will continue to be a key asset to the business and the company.
The Director for Advanced Naval Area and Mission Defense (ANAMD) reports to the Product Line Vice President and leads the AMS directorate which is focused on capturing and managing future weapons systems solutions across a range of Naval and undersea technologies. This role has responsibilities for identifying/creating key opportunities, identifying and allocating NBI/CRAD resources to support analysis of various trades and systems solutions, as well as the maturation of related technology enablers. The Director will work with customers to shape requirements and acquisition plans, formulate capture plans, and drive the relevant technology maturations and demonstrations that enable Program transition to production.
Areas of interest for the ANAMD Directorate include state of the art technologies for advanced undersea surveillance, anti-surface warfare, anti-submarine warfare, offensive mine warfare, strike weapons, unmanned systems and advanced Navy kill chain approaches.
In this role the Director has both direct reports and matrixed employees, including Program managers and functional support (i.e. business development, contracts, finance, engineering and security personnel), with responsibility for overseeing and coordinating operational aspects of the ongoing programs to ensure contractual requirements are met. Frequent direct customer interface will be essential.
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.