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Job Category:
Aerospace & defense Construction

Employer:
MTS

Job Title:
Project Coordinator - HLS

City:
Huntsville

State/Province:
AL

Job Posting End Date
13/04/2021

Description:
Come be a part of the team that is helping NASA make a historic return to the moon and beyond along with many exciting science missions and technology development projects. At MTS, we are supporting NASA as we work together to break barriers to achieve the seemingly impossible. We are seeking highly motivated, talented candidates to join our staff!

This project coordinator position supports the Human Landing System Office under the MIPSS Contract, and will be located at Marshall Space Flight Center. Specific skills and responsibilities shall include, but not limited to:

Provide seamless vertical and horizontal integration and coordinating activities to include logistics, planning, and reporting across the organization.
Develop lists, reports, and charts for the overall management and integration of the organization to include organization charts, team lists, and roles and responsibilities matrices.
Track government products, deliverables, and actions.
Prepare and monitor facilities for technical training, teleconferencing, and meetings;
Maintain project-wide calendars or other support documents and facilitate communication flow across program/project interfaces:

REQUIREMENTS:
BS degree from an accredited institution with up to 10-15 years of experience.
Employee should have extensive experience with all levels of project/program maturation levels and operations at NASA HQ, MSFC, and other Centers.
Expert proficiency in using common computer programs used in an office environment such as Word, PowerPoint. Excel, Outlook, SharePoint development and administration and Acrobat.
Outstanding written and verbal communication skills and ability to interact with all levels of management, agency stakeholders and organizational employees.
Expert knowledge of requirements for MSFC organization to meet Center and Agency procedures, guidelines and requirements is preferred.
Ability to document meetings, develop monthly reports and support development of project presentations.
Advanced skills interfacing with a variety of NASA and center analyst skillsets to develop project documentation in support of project managers. Extensive organizational operations and integration experience is desired.
Understanding of MSFC export control requirements and maintaining proper security of proprietary information.
General awareness and understanding of NPR 7120, (currently 7120.8 NASA Research and Technology Program and Project Management Requirements and progressing in the future to 7120.5 NASA Space Flight Program and Project Management Requirements).
Must be a U.S. Citizen and successfully complete a U.S. government background investigation.
Essential Functions:
Work Environment- Generally an office environment, but can involve inside or outside work depending on task.
Physical Requirements- Work may involve sitting or standing for extended periods of time). May require lifting and carrying up to 10 lbs. (5% of time).
Equipment and Machines- Standard office equipment (PC, telephone, printer, etc.).
Attendance- Regular attendance in accordance with established work schedule is critical.
Ability to work outside normal schedule and adjust schedule to meet peak periods and surge requirements when required.
Other Essential Functions- Must be able to work in a team atmosphere. Must put forward a professional behavior that enhances productivity and promotes teamwork and cooperation. Grooming and dress must be appropriate for the position and must not impose a safety risk/hazard to the employee or others.

Details:
How to Apply
https://appsvr02.mts-usa.com/Careers/

Application Due Date
31/07/2020

Salary Range:

Job Category:
Aerospace & defense Construction

Employer:
MTS

Job Title:
Project Coordinator - Tech Transfer

City:
Huntsville

State/Province:
AL

Job Posting End Date
05/07/2022

Description:
The candidate will provide project coordinator support to the Technology Transfer Office within the Technology Development and Transfer Office at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

Perform screening and commercial assessments of NASA invention disclosures to determine commercial potential
Support Agency Technology Transfer Exhibit and Marketing Team

Research / analyze patent portfolio, work with inventors to understand technology, identify commercial partners.

Research / identify potential licensees/companies through market and business database research.

Identify appropriate trade shows/technology venues for marketing Agency patent portfolio.

Provide project management support to technology commercialization projects for the Technology Transfer Office – work with principal investigators to develop schedules, task plans, agreements, and research /identify companies interested in co-development and/or licensing technologies. Help identify opportunities to propose technology development related to commercial applications of technologies

Develop high quality PowerPoint presentations for MSFC TTO Manager and NASA Headquarters Program Executive (HQ T2 PE) using program template.

Learn about NASA patented technologies and be able to communicate with internal/external stakeholders about their potential uses in commercial products.

Participate in Technology Transfer Office / Program staff meetings and safety meetings

Assist with Special Studies and Projects such as mentoring student interns for the Technology Transfer Office

Assist Licensing Manager by developing specific license strategies and plans for assigned tech areas, identifying and contacting licensing leads, coordinating with NASA inventors.

Coordinate and process patent licensing paperwork, negotiations and track royalty payments and schedules.

Assist with identifying improvements and efficiencies for the NASA licensing process royalty payment tracking and other relevant tech transfer processes.

Contractor shall interact with senior project personnel at MSFC, other Centers, and NASA Headquarters.

REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor’s Degree plus 5 years of previous experience
Extensive experience using in Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel and Word
Experience in VBA Programming
Strong communication skills (interpersonal and in writing)
Works well with others in a team environment to produce products
Understanding of licensing, sales, FDA certification, and clinical activities as it pertains to medical device industry is preferred
Assist Licensing Manager by developing specific licensing strategies and plans for assigned technology areas, identifying licensing leads, contacting and follow up with leads, facilitating meetings with NASA inventors, processing patent licensing paperwork, negotiations, and tracking royalty payments and due dates.
Develop VBA based applications to support technology transfer, project management project planning, and project cost tracking.
Perform data mining of NTTS database to identify center / agency trends in invention disclosures, licensing, and royalties
Analyze / identify potential licensees for NASA patent portfolio using commercial databases like Hoover’s / Dunn and Bradstreet and other web based tools using NAICS codes and other identifiers
Develop tags / metadata for NASA patents to aid internet search engines
Coordinate licensing leads / contact info loaded into the NTTS Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool

Essential Functions:

Work Environment- Generally an office environment, but can involve inside or outside work depending on task.
Physical Requirements- Work may involve sitting or standing for extended periods of time). May require lifting and carrying up to 10 lbs (5% of time).
Equipment and Machines- Standard office equipment (PC, telephone, printer, etc.).
Attendance- Regular attendance in accordance with established work schedule is critical. Ability to work outside normal schedule and adjust schedule to meet peak periods and surge requirements when required.
Other Essential Functions- Must be able to work in a team atmosphere. Must put forward a professional behavior that enhances productivity and promotes teamwork and cooperation. Grooming and dress must be appropriate for the position and must not impose a safety risk/hazard to the employee or others.

MTS is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer (Minorities/Females/Disabilities/Veterans).

Details:
How to Apply
https://appsvr02.mts-usa.com/Careers/

Application Due Date
31/07/2020

Salary Range:

Job Category:
Aerospace & defense Construction

Employer:
MTS

Job Title:
Project Coordinator - Space Nuclear Propulsion

City:
Huntsville

State/Province:
AL

Job Posting End Date
05/07/2021

Description:
SPECIFIC JOB FUNCTIONS:
Come be a part of the team that is helping NASA make a historic return to the moon and beyond along with many exciting science missions and technology development projects. At MTS, we are supporting NASA as we work together to break barriers to achieve the seemingly impossible. We are seeking highly motivated, talented candidates to join our staff!

This project coordinator position supports the Space Nuclear Propulsion Office under the MIPSS Contract, and will be located at Marshall Space Flight Center. Specific skills and responsibilities shall include, but not limited to:

Provide vertical and horizontal integration and coordinating activities to include logistics, planning, and reporting across the organization.
Develop lists, reports, and charts for the overall management and integration of the organization to include organization charts, team lists, and roles and responsibilities matrices.
Track government products, deliverables, and actions.
Prepare and monitor facilities for technical training, teleconferencing, and meetings; Maintain project-wide calendars or other support documents and facilitate communication flow across program/project interfaces

REQUIREMENTS:
BS degree from an accredited institution with up to 10-15 years of experience.
Advanced proficiency in using common computer programs used in an office environment such as Word, PowerPoint. Excel, Outlook, SharePoint development and administration and Acrobat.
Employee should have experience with all levels of project/program maturation levels and operations at NASA HQ, MSFC, and other Centers.
Outstanding written and verbal communication skills and ability to interact with all levels of management, agency stakeholders and organizational employees.
Advanced knowledge of requirements for MSFC organization to meet Center and Agency procedures, guidelines and requirements is preferred.
Ability to document meetings, develop monthly reports and support development of project presentations.
Ability to interface with a variety of NASA center analyst skillsets to develop project documentation in support of project managers. Organizational operations and integration experience is desired.
Understanding of MSFC export control requirements and maintaining proper security of proprietary information.
General awareness and understanding of NPR 7120, (currently 7120.8 NASA Research and Technology Program and Project Management Requirements and progressing in the future to 7120.5 NASA Space Flight Program and Project Management Requirements).
Must be a U.S. Citizen and successfully complete a U.S. government background investigation.

Details:
How to Apply
https://appsvr02.mts-usa.com/Careers/

Application Due Date
31/07/2020

Salary Range:

Job Category:
Government

Employer:
MTS

Job Title:
Sr. Program Analyst - Science Mission Directorate

City:
Huntsville

State/Province:
AL

Job Posting End Date
08/11/2020

SPECIFIC JOB FUNCTIONS:
Provide Program Planning and Control (PPC) support, business based analysis, integration and leadership to the Science Mission Directorate (SMD) at MSFC. This position has overall responsibility for all PP&C activities including, business, budget formulation, Program Planning and Budget Execution (PPBE), Collaborative Work Commitment (CWC), Phasing Plans, schedule, EVM, Performance Reporting, Risk and Analysis & Integration for the portfolio of science missions at MSFC. This position leads the development of planning, forecasting, accurate resource allocations, cost estimates and portfolio integration. This includes providing PP&C Leadership, analysis and business support. Additional duties include; developing and presenting detailed PP&C analysis, trending, forecasting, and conducting “what-if scenarios” and accurate and timely reporting.

Job Description:
Provide support to supplement the planning, estimating, scheduling, and technical capability management skills in support of SMD projects.

Provide modifications and refinement and identification of planning, resource allocation and cost estimating processes. Identify and implement the business tools that will be used.

Interface and coordinate with senior MSFC Management, including Engineering Directorate Management, OCFO and various Institutional Organizations and Agency Stakeholders.

Maintain monthly performance status and variance analyses of resource utilization and cost incurrence.

Develop and manage the SMD profile of projects to integrated science requirements, staffing, resources, and funding, with SMD priorities within project lifecycle.

Develops and presents briefings, corrective action findings and recovery plans.

REQUIREMENTS:
B.S. degree from an accredited institution and a minimum of 15 years’ experience is required. Project Management Institute (PMI), registered Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is highly desired.

Knowledge of the development and integration of cost estimates, scheduling, EVM, workforce allocations and the budget development and integration, tracking of resource requirements.

Excellent communication skills to interface with customers. The contractor shall be capable of interfacing with Center Institutional Offices, Financial Management Office, programs/projects offices, NASA-HQ and Mission Directorates.

Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite applications, such as Excel, Word and Power Point, Empower, N2, and various NASA budget tools are highly desired

The ability to develop and teach Project Management courses is required.

Prior NASA, Aerospace or DoD experience is required.

Must be detail-oriented, self-motivated, have strong interpersonal skills, and work under minimal supervision.

Requires excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to interface with all levels of an organization.

Must be a U.S. Citizen and successfully complete a U.S. government background investigation.

Senior level program/project budget analysis experience is highly desired.

Essential Functions:
Work Environment - Generally an office environment.

Physical Requirements - Work may involve sitting or standing for extended periods of time). May require lifting and carrying up to 10lbs (5% of time).

Equipment and Machines - Standard office equipment (computer, telephone, printer, etc.).

Attendance - Regular attendance in accordance with established work schedule is critical.

Ability to work outside normal schedule and adjust schedule to meet peak periods and surge requirements when required.

Other Essential Functions - Must be able to work in a team atmosphere. Must put forward a professional behavior that enhances productivity and promotes teamwork and cooperation. Grooming and dress must be appropriate for the position. Must not impose a safety risk/hazard to the employee or others.

MTS is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer (Minorities / Females / Disabilities / Veterans)

Application Due Date
08/11/2020