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Technical Project Manager - IAPO- CTISL 1234

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

Atlanta, GA
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Title: Technical Project Manager - IAPO- CTISL 1234
JobID: 1234
Location: Atlanta, GA
Description: Technical Project Manager –Atlanta, GA -- CTISL-- IAPO

Job Number: 1234


Job Classification: Research Faculty


Areas of Expertise: Other


Functional Roles: Management; Project/Program Management


Degree: Bachelor's


Level of Experience: Junior; Mid-Level


Field of Study: Computer Engineering; Computer Science; Electrical Engineering; Mathematics; Physics; Management; Business Administration, or Other


Rank: Research Scientist I/II (RSI/II); Research Associate I/II (RAI/II); Research Engineer (REI/II)


Professional Areas:  Various


Location: Atlanta, GA


Job Type: Full Time


Labs/Support Units: CTISL

Travel Required:  Yes, 10%


Title: Technical Project Manager

Position: Research Faculty

Level: RE I/II, RS I/II, RA I/II

Primary Location: Atlanta, GA

Travel Required: 10%


Reporting To: TBD

Job Description:

This job is for a full time research faculty position in the Integrated Analytics Program Office (IAPO).  GTRI’s IAPO serves DoD and Intelligence Community Sponsors in data analytics, technical analysis, and capabilities development.  The ideal candidate will have a combination of managerial, business, and technical skills rooted in hands-on experience serving the federal government.  Travel to Government agencies will be required.  Areas of responsibility include:

  • Program Development
    • Facilitate business and technical relationships in support of customer program managers and technical leaders.
    • Guide and support program development in specific areas as directed.
    • Support proposal efforts.
  • Project Planning and Execution
    • Provide program management support to day-to-day operations.
    • Lead/facilitate technical exchanges among interdisciplinary staff.
    • Monitor budgets, deliverables, schedules, and risks across multiple projects.
    • Compile, organize, and analyze data for use in reports and presentations.
    • Ensure execution to budget targets and compliance to policies.
    • Ensure high quality project outputs.
    • Assist with purchasing scientific materials, supplies, and equipment. Track and manage purchasing activities and ensure equipment accountability.
  • Technical
    • Support systems engineering architecting, requirements definition, concept of operations (CONOPs) development, and analysis of alternatives.
    • Provide at least intermediate-level domain expertise in one or more customer application/technical areas, including SIGINT, EW, Cyber, ISR, or acquisition program management.


  • Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree (science or engineering field preferred) and willingness to pursue an advanced technical degree.
  • Candidates must be a US citizen and hold a current US security clearance (TS/SCI preferred).

Preferred Skills:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Analytic tools development and prototyping experience, especially in Python.
  • Experience working in a laboratory environment, e.g., systems integration lab (SIL), scientific/physics lab, or signal processing lab.
  • Experience working with or in the U.S. Intelligence, DoD, Test and Evaluation, and/or Applied R&D communities.
  • Project/program management, resource management, & budget oversight experience.

Other: Selection process will include passing a pre-employment background screening. 

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