Whether aloft in the skies aboard a fighter jet protecting the skies or an airborne surveillance platform monitoring developments on the ground, Raytheon’s Secure Sensor Solutions mission area is responsible for providing advanced capabilities for multiple types of tactical aircraft and other platforms. We provide the most advanced systems to navigate in challenging environments, and identify and discriminate friendly and foe objects.
Part of Raytheon’s Space and Airborne Systems business, S3 provides capabilities that enable critical tasks---from target identification, aircraft navigation, and target engagement.
With our systems, warfighters know where they are going and what they are going to do when they get there.
F/A 18 Program area provides Air Dominance. The revolutionary APG-79 AESA Radar provides F/A-18 Aircrews with powerful capabilities. The APG-79 AESA radar system represents a significant advance in radar technology – from the front-end array to the back-end processor and operational software. This combat-proven AESA radar system substantially increases the power of the U.S. Navy's F/A-18E/F Super Hornet and the F/A-18 Classic Hornet making them stronger than ever before.
With its active electronic beam scanning — which allows the radar beam to be steered at nearly the speed of light — the APG-79 optimizes situational awareness and provides superior air-to-air and air-to-surface capability. The agile beam enables the multimode radar to interleave in near-real time, so that pilot and crew can use both modes simultaneously. #Guidingthemission
The APG-79 Spares Program Manager reports to the Senior Program Manager, and Director of Mission Readiness & Logistics (MR&L) in the F/A-18 program office.
The Program Manager is responsible for build, test, and delivery of radar spares for the Navy. The Program Manager ensures on-time deliveries within budget to the customer, and resolving any technical issues to meet contractual requirements. The position requires leadership, coordination, and planning for cost, schedule, and technical improvements on the contract, to work towards a more cost effective program execution. The successful candidate is a strong leader, experienced with high volume product execution, with excellent communications skills capable of working with DLA, NAVSUP, Forest MS., and functional organizations at El Segundo, CA , McKinney, TX, and Andover, MA and other applicable sites. The candidate shall have a minimum of 8 years’ experience in Program Management working with DoD. The successful candidate will have experience developing jointly defined program objectives, metrics, and schedules with customers. The APG-79 Spares program manager holds a critical role in coordinating with the SAS Obsolescence Manager to ensure the common strategy is being communicated to customer, as well as interface with Development, Production and Sustainment arms of the F/A-18 program office to generate synergy where applicable. The role is responsible for Profit and Loss (bookings, sales, profit and cash).
Additionally, the position requirements include: proposal development, negotiations, contract execution, contract closure, hardware reliability assessment for Domestic and FMS customers, as well as weekly program performance reviews, program health reviews, SRO, EACs, Gate reviews, customer reviews, AOP assessments. Implementing proper metrics to manage program, utilize 6 sigma process/product improvements toward reducing cost schedule and improve program performance are also requirements. Travel and attend customer meetings as required. Develop and implement improvement projects toward reducing cost, schedule for cost effective contract performance. Experience with managing high volume contracts, and appending contract orders. Collaborate and support the Raytheon Mission Assurance organization for program execution, continuous process improvement of policy guidance to assure achievement of the high quality and ethical standards of the Raytheon brand.
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.