Tomahawk MST The Supplier Execution Program Integrator (PI) is a direct report to the Program Management Excellence (PMX) Program Planning & Support (PPS) Directorate and matrixed to Tomahawk Maritime Strike Manager (MST) Program Manager. This position will support MST. The MST program supports NAVAIR’s need to integrate seeker technology into a Modernized TACTOM missile in order to provide increased long-range Surface Warfare capability to the U.S. Navy.
The Program Integrator (PI) is responsible for direct engagement with the program team and functional partners, in pursuit of day to day program execution; advocating Program Management (PM) plans, processes, and business objectives; the implementation of PM best practices; working directly with the Material Program Manager, and leading a core team of engineers, finance, and planning and functional support personnel to drive the day to day program execution and program battle rhythm of the Suppliers. In concert with the Program Manager or Director, Key responsibilities include:
Sets program strategy, vision and tactical direction for program execution by multi-functional team(s) and sub-contractors.
In the absence of PM, is responsible for meeting contractual commitments including financial, technical, and schedule performance of assigned program(s) within contractual boundaries and company expectations.
Develops program enhancing partnerships with internal functional organizations; such as contracts, finance, procurement, manufacturing, quality control, logistics, and administrative functions.
Acts on behalf of the PM, convey to customer, program status and performance. Additionally, anticipates and fulfills customer needs to ensure their satisfaction and continued business.
Develops and presents to senior management the program Annual Operating Plan (AOP) and long term financial outlook.
Responsible for committing the program to specific financial goals and obligations in accordance with the program AOP.
Sets budgetary guidelines and directs the performance of program task elements through internal functional partnership.
Establishes standards and an executable program baseline using the approved business model and management tools.
Manages the program risk and opportunity, in accordance with specific financial goals and obligations.
Execute daily program cadence i.e., risk review boards, customer reviews, failure review boards, program milestones, and decision reviews to achieve contract commitments
Collaborate with colleagues to ensure integrated master schedule aligns with program strategies, objectives, and milestones
Responsible for growing the program and its product(s) by ensuring ongoing customer funding of current contractual requirements, working with the customer to identify and fund further product enhancements
Capture staffing projections and work with Control Account Managers (CAMs) to meet program goals and timelines
Stay proficient in company policy and directive changes and any resulting implications that warrant change management facilitation
A minimum of 8 years of business, program, or project management professional experience
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong business acumen to proactively identify and resolve issues quickly and efficiently
Experience with financial analysis tools
Experience with project management tools/systems
Strong team player with ability to lead cross-functional teams
Ability to operate independently to navigate organizational complexities and to obtain resources (through influence) to move initiatives forward
Demonstrated ability to balance technical, cost, and schedule constraints to achieve customer satisfaction
Ability to address multiple issues and set priorities
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
Ability to travel domestically/internationally up to 20 percent (Program specific)
Candidate must be able to obtain a Secret Clearance
Raytheon Program Management certification Level 6 and/or Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification
Experience in the Defense or Aerospace industry
Proposal capture experience
Working knowledge of contract formation and execution
Experience conducting international business
Demonstrated experience with Risk and Opportunity Management
Product lifecycle management experience
Earned Value Management certification
Proficiency with Program Management tool suite or similar systems
Experience supporting production - supply chain, engineering, operations, quality, or program management
Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Business, Finance, or related field from an institution accredited through a U.S. Department of Education approved agency is required. Master’s degree preferred.
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.