A consulting-oriented position responsible for building relationships, and negotiating agreements between multiple stakeholders to successfully transition new or emerging technologies from commercial, government or foreign sources into Federal, State, or Local Government Departments, Agencies, or Organizations.
This position requires a person to have a general grasp of scientific principles and technology, and be able to apply that understanding to the consideration of technical solutions to meet customer needs.
If you like dealing with all kinds of technologies; have the aptitude to envision and explain how technology can be utilized; and possess the ability to negotiate with various levels of Government Managers, Technology Vendors, and Scientists to make technology a reality for our government clients–then RAE would be interested in talking with you!
Major Duties and Responsibilities
Maintain an awareness of new or emerging technologies appropriate to the customer base. Identify technologies from any source (academic, commercial, government; domestic or foreign) that provide viable technology solutions to customer needs.
Conduct open-source due diligence to determine the business and technical viability of provider companies and their technology(s). Build Business Cases to support technology transition solutions associated with the value proposition requirements of government customers.
Negotiate with a variety of key stakeholders to facilitate the successful transition of technology solutions.
Maintain relationships with executive level government Resource, Acquisition, and Program Management, Scientists, and commercial entrepreneurs to foster Technology Transition opportunities.
Write and execute formal Agreements to support the programmatic, scheduling, and funding requirements associated with the transition of technology solutions. Monitor and track the transition of the technology as specified in the Agreements.
Prepare Technology Transition presentations, and deliver them to executive level stakeholders.
Participate in the development of technology roadmaps and assessments, and technology investment portfolio management.
Security Clearance Requirements
This position requires a Secret Clearance as a minimum.
Work is performed primarily in an office setting. Moderate travel in the local area may be required.
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Science, or Mathematic fields (Masters or MBA preferred)
- 5+ years of professional experience (Military or Government experience advantageous)
- Problem solving skills and experience
- Ability to multi-task in a dynamic work environment
- Strong negotiation skills
- Strong listening, speaking/presentation and writing skills