SAIC is seeking a
Program Coordinator to assist and support the PM in all technical aspects of
the program, to include:
Analysis of performers’
technical performance, deliverables and publications.
Independent review and
summary of technical literature and emerging technologies.
Continuous survey and
summarization of relevant Government, academic, and contracted research.
Assistance in coordination
with potential mission and transition partners.
Assistance in testing
and evaluation coordination.
summarizing results and reporting.
Researching and managing
program evaluations and plans.
coordination with other Government agencies to reduce R&D redundancy and
facilitate technology transfer.
the Government in the MOA and MOU with technology transition partners,
and provide assistance in drafting program briefings.
support and expertise for new concepts, including support of prototype
initiation, recommending technical studies, and potential new start briefs.
to include; managing, monitoring, analyzing, and preparing documentation
and for on-going and upcoming projects.
Requirements may entail
researching and developing recommendations and/or drafts of policies and
standards relating to CI and security vulnerabilities.
Active TS/SCI with Poly clearance is required
MS/MA in Computer Science, Construction,
Engineering (any field), Government, Counterintelligence, Insider Threat,
Information Technology, Policy, Politics, Political Science, or Security (any
field) and 2+ years of related experience OR
BS/BA in Computer Science, Construction, Engineering (any field), Government,
Counterintelligence, Insider Threat, Information Technology, Policy, Politics,
Political Science, or Security (any field) and 4+ years of related experience
communicating complex research results in written and spoken form, to support
the program review cycle as well as other occasional reporting and
Demonstrated ability in
providing technical analysis of and critiques of progress and test reports.
supporting the Government in conducting site visits to performers, FFRDCs, and
Government entities providing special capabilities.