Associate Superintendent

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Washington, D.C.-Baltimore
Added: April 16, 2024

**Note** Applications accepted until May 8, 2024

Overview: You will serve as the Associate Superintendent of the Radar Division at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in Washington DC.

Duties of this position include, but are not limited to:

  • You will be a key participant in the conception, planning and development of the Division technical program and will act as Division Superintendent in his/her absence.
  • You will ensure the proper functioning of administrative matters and processes within the Division while working closely with the Superintendent and Branch Heads to maintain visibility into Division programs.
  • You will assist in the formulation and implementation of general policies and objectives, plan and formulate the scientific program in support of relevant priorities, allocate fiscal and manpower resources, and review program activity.
  • You will collaborate with others, represent the Division at internal and external meetings, and have good interpersonal skills and an ability to build consensus to achieve strategic objectives.
  • You will assist to develop both near and long-range project plans, designate project responsibilities within the Division, make necessary changes and assure program accomplishments are documented and reported.
  • You will coordinate within NRL as well as with other Navy and Defense organizations to mutually improve programs and to avoid unnecessary duplication of effort.
  • You will lead the development of Division-wide proposals for external projects and work to maintain positive relationships with sponsors by ensuring that high quality work is carried out by the Division.
  • You will remain completely informed on radar techniques and applications to Fleet radar and to other fields and provide advice which may involve new concepts or applications involving originality and ingenuity.

Qualifications: This position has a Selective Placement Factor that will be used to screen out ineligible candidates. The Selective Placement Factor is: The incumbent must have a demonstrated ability in planning, developing, and evaluating scientific programs relating to new and advanced concepts and technology in radar and related sensors. The incumbent should have good interpersonal skills and an ability to build consensus to achieve strategic objectives.

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NRL is an equal opportunity employer.