Looking to capture business for next-generation autonomy solutions? You've found the right place. Join us for amazing R&D challenges and lead the development of revolutionary advanced autonomous technologies that make a direct real-world impact!
BAE Systems is looking for a Technology Development Manager, whose passion lies in high-level decision making & assesment; verified, compositional autonomy architectures; and scalable design and computing substrate, to join their Collaboration, Architecture and Reasoning Technologies (CART) directorate. CART is a leading multidisciplinary R&D department dedicated to meeting critical U.S. military needs. Our directorate specializes in R&D of innovative human-machine teaming, machine-machine teaming, and advanced computing across a variety of domains for customers in the Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Community (IC). Our research spans the R&D lifecycle, from basic and applied research up through advanced technology demonstration to transitioning our results to business areas within our organization and in some cases directly to our government customers.
As a Technology Development Manager (TDM) in CART, you will work on brainstorming and conceptualizing new ideas, business capture, proposal development, program execution and management - of next-generation autonomy R&D efforts. Primary emphasis is on the development of new and existing customer relationships at DARPA, AFRL, and the IC in areas relating to human-machine teaming, machine-machine teaming, and advanced computing software/hardware. Building on these technologies, you are supported by our team to capture and execute new research that can compose new systems with various levels of autonomy, distributed on various computational nodes, and extend the cognitive and mission capability of the warfighter. Working on different projects keeps things new and interesting, but the projects don't just stop when our research stops. CART is part of FAST Labs, which acts as the research and development core of Electronic Systems' five other business areas. Once we finish the research, we work to transition our programs to those business areas and into the hands of the warfighter.
A TDM is expected to:
* Generate ideas for potential proposals and be responsible for leading proposals
* Design, develop, execute, and implement research projects involving complex sub-systems often involving multiple disciplines.
* Investigate the feasibility of applying scientific principles and concepts to complex algorithms and potential products
* Contribute to and/or co-author conference papers, presentations, journal articles, and/or invention disclosures.
* Provide project management reporting and documentation
* Manage project tasks (resource allocation and scheduling) for small/medium groups (1-10)
* Participate in external project interactions with other companies
About BAE Systems
BAE Systems is a global company engaged in the design, development, manufacturing, and support of defense and aerospace systems.