Exploration Medical Capability Integrator (Supporting NASA Johnson Space Center) - Military veterans preferred

2021-09-09
Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Other

/yr

  full-time   employee


Houston
Texas
77007
United States

Title:

Exploration Medical Capability Integrator (Supporting NASA Johnson Space Center)

This position will support the Exploration Medical Capability (ExMC) Element of the Human Research Program Human (HRP) at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, Texas, as part of the Human Health and Performance Contract (HHPC). This team helps to determine and develop the capabilities needed for the health and performance systems for future human exploration missions. The incumbent will support ExMC Leadership and work with the ExMC team members at Johnson Space Center (JSC) and across three other NASA Centers: Ames Research Center (ARC) in Mountain View, CA; Glenn Research Center (GRC) in Cleveland, OH; and Langley Research Center (LaRC) in Hampton, VA.

The ExMC Integrator primarily supports ExMC Leadership and functions as an extended part of the ExMC Leadership Team. The ExMC Integrator is the prime for scheduling, attending and supporting ExMC element-level meetings and events. The ExMC Integrator also tracks and organizes accessible ExMC documentation and facilitates communication across the Element.

Integrator Duties/Responsibilities

  • Provide and maintain an Element Management schedule, calendar, and timeline identifying upcoming activities for the Element Management team
  • Support reporting tasks and schedule at weekly ExMC Leadership tags
  • Establish meeting agenda templates, note-taker, and timekeeper roles
  • Facilitate communication between ExMC groups (Systems Engineering, Clinical Sciences Team, Center and Project Leads, etc.)
  • Schedule and conduct weekly ExMC Forum
  • Ensure sustained support of the ExMC SharePoint site, including Leadership calendar
  • Provide configuration management support for ExMC documentation
  • Track and record updates to ExMC document change requests and studies
  • Support updates to ExMC Element documentation
  • Maintain ExMC element-level distribution lists and organizational chart
  • Coordinate Technical Interchange Meetings and potential subject matter expert travel
  • Coordinate and support updates to the Human Research Roadmap (HRR)
  • Support the preparation of JSC accomplishments and publications for the ExMC quarterly package for the HRP Quarterly Management Review and monthly Technical Cost Schedule Risk (TCSR)
  • Track and document identified risks at TCSR reviews
  • Support Investigators’ Workshop (IWS) preparation and planning for ExMC
  • Coordinate ExMC meetings, control boards and other reviews as requested, and serve as executive secretary/technical coordinator
  • Facilitate ExMC Leadership export control requests
  • Conduct orientations to the ExMC SharePoint site for new personnel
  • Manage the budget and resources of the ExMC Integrator subtask according to the HHPC Statement of Work (SOW) and pricing plan
  • Complete monthly reporting on estimates, variances, and accomplishments
  • Interface with customer to ensure deliverables meet expectations
  • Work to identify and anticipate new HHPC opportunities within the ExMC element

Education/Experience:

Required:

  • A BS degree in engineering, science, technology, or medical-related field
  • Integration experience in technical or scientific environment
  • Demonstrated experience collaborating with multi-disciplined teams
  • Demonstrated experience working with distributed team
  • Demonstrated experience organizing and conducting formal meetings (virtual and in-person)
  • Demonstrated experience working with communication tools (i.e., Microsoft Teams, SharePoint)

Desired:

  • Five years of applicable professional experience which has led to increasing levels of technical and coordination responsibilities
  • NASA experience in integration
  • Experience with NASA Human Research Program
  • Comprehensive knowledge of disciplines within human health and performance
  • Awareness of spaceflight impacts to human physiology, behavior, and medical state
  • Understanding of the history and current state of requirements, intent, and implementation of NASA-STD-3001 across NASA human spaceflight programs
  • Experience with NASA software systems and processes (export control, COSMOS, TaskBook, Human Research Roadmap Configuration Management System, Meeting Services Tool)
  • Budget management experience

Skills/Training:

Required:

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work well within a team or independently
  • Ability to handle competing priorities
  • Detail-oriented
  • Ability to work with general directives and self-determine intermediate steps

Desired:

  • Ability to develop training materials or orientation documents
  • Ability to deliver training

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