Senior Program Integrator - Military veterans preferred

Kellogg Brown & Root (


  full-time   employee

United States


Senior Program Integrator

The selected candidate will support the Counter-Unmanned Aircraft Systems (C-UAS) program within the Integrated Fires/Rapid Capabilities Office (IF/RCO), by gathering and integrating data from the programmatic, engineering, test and evaluation, configuration management, and logistics functions in order to develop, update, and maintain program documentation, formulate recommendations for decision makers, and ensure compliance and cohesiveness with all required Army, Program Executive Office Missiles and Space (PEO MS), and other relevant guidance, directives, and policies. The Senior Program Integrator will:

  • Prepare and maintain all acquisition program documentation and periodic reporting requirements, including Acquisition Program Baselines (APB), Acquisition Strategies/Plans, SmartCharts, and P&R Forms.
  • Coordinate inputs across all functional domains to develop realistic and executable program schedules. Support the development and maintenance of Integrated Master Schedules (IMS), performing critical path and risk analyses to determine schedule realism and schedule drivers.
  • Analyze and assist with program cost estimating activities and support the development of program budget formulation and allocation activities, including Program Objective Memorandum (POM) Program Reviews and Strategic Portfolio Analysis Reviews (SPAR).
  • Provide input during the preparation of contractual documentation, including plans, strategies, and work statements.
  • Provide programmatic expertise in meetings and working group meetings and ensure recommendations and proposed courses of action are aligned with cost, performance, and schedule constraints.
  • Prepare both internal and external communications products, including meeting notes and executive summaries, white papers, information papers, and program status briefings.

Type of Degree Required: Bachelor’s Degree (Arts or Sciences)

Years of Experience Required: 20+ years

Type of Experience Required: Must have DoD acquisition experience, with specific experience in Weapon Systems Integration, Program Integration, and/or Project/Product/Program Management. Must have a strong understanding of Army acquisition processes and program milestone documentation. Must be capable of conducting independent analyses, evaluations, and assessments of programmatic issues. Must have demonstrated experience working individually as well as organizing and facilitating working groups. Must be proficient in using Microsoft Office products. Must demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills and be able to prepare detailed written reports and briefings suitable for presentation to senior leadership.

Type of Experience Preferred: Program Management certification from Defense Acquisition University (Level III) or the Project Management Institute is desirable.

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