Business Developers (BD) – Tasks include sales of broad business concepts to solve worldwide problems. Subtasks include the awareness of potential legal issues in an international environment, import/export regulations, and sales localization strategies. Travel and teleporting (video conferencing) are sometimes required to engage with customers and attend functions, although at a distance (6ft) for safety. We respect your privacy, security, and time with your family.
Contract Developers (CD) – Tasks include seeking government opportunities worldwide and gathering contracts to fulfill. Acquiring requirements and manpower (personnel) to find resources needed to achieve contract goals. Subtasks include leads to agencies and institutions becoming familiar with their needs using database tools (SAM.gov, Grants.gov). We are a veteran-owned organization and qualify for set-asides. We welcome veterans and thank them for their service.
Operations Management (OM) – Tasks include production requirements and fact-finding mission of production costs worldwide. Developing strategies for supply chain management relative to the customer by fulfilling elements of supply chain management (e.g., infrastructure, integration, reporting) and building relationships (e.g., alert notifications, forecasting, predictive analysis). Subtasks include a willingness to learn about supplier’s operations and resource planning (e.g., ERP management, SAP HANA/Oracle technology). Other necessary subtasks include predicting lead time, technology shortfalls, and production logistics (e.g., geographic location of supply, regulatory issues).
Investor Relations (IR)– Tasks include investor relations management and funding manager. This vital role is strategic to the company and requires stakeholder involvement. As invest relations manager, the performance evaluation depends on attracting potential investors, acquiring needed strategic resources, and align resources to areas of funding (e.g., projects, infrastructure). Subtasks include frequent communications with stakeholders and aligning the interests with stock shareholders. This management function comprises an array of duties and meetings with clients selling the company’s value, offering a proposition, and setting up expectations. (e.g., Series A, B, C, contracts). Coordinates with legal advisors operating with autonomy and succeeds when challenged by failure. Adapt and overcome mentality is critical.
Research and Development (RD) – Tasks include designing and engineering products for potential consumption by government and commercial consumers. Prototype development along with qualitative and quantitive research methods to determine the scope and scale of the project. Subtasks include developing a PowerPoint presentation of project requirements, technology gaps, and intended market audience for project funding (e.g., DARPA, government grants, commercial vendors). Works closely with management and developers to understand needed changes in design before production. Provides critical thinking through market research (e.g., journal articles, marketing) and is aware of potential customer conflicts using design theory.
Smart Manufacturing and Development (SMD) – Tasks include design and engineering of manufacturing processes and resource development worldwide. Smart manufacturing is the next generation of Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning (ML), and cloud computing combined to reduce costs in waste, time, and power. Innovative emerging technologies in 3D printing, robotics, and edge computing to the cloud offer exciting opportunities to be at the cutting edge. Subtasks include knowledge of the principles of Computer Aided Design (CAD), experience in manufacturing (e.g., automobile industry, electronics), and cloud computing integration of applications (e.g., SAP Hana, Oracle, Azure, AWS). Some travel may be required to inspect manufacturing locations and engage with vendors on the production plant floors. We respect your time, so video conferencing is an acceptable substitute for this inspection function.
Green Power Technologies (GPT) – Tasks include design and engineering of power to electric vehicles and other products. The primary focus is the delivery of energy from a storage device (e.g., battery, gas, liquid) to power an electric vehicle (EV) or light electric vehicle (LEV). Research of best-fit sources and materials (e.g., Li-ion batteries, zinc-air, carbon, graphite) and awareness of potential shortfalls (e.g., safety, thermal runaway, transportation, delivery) of these batteries to the application (e.g., LEV, EV, drones, space, computing). Subtasks include sourcing of materials, vendors, and supply chain with awareness of lead time, prediction of future supply, and environmental concerns (e.g., recycling). Coordination with developers and engineers to spot potential consumer convenience issues of recharging, replacing, and servicing is a must.
Engineering and DevOps (EDO)– Tasks include the willingness to learn and problem solve. This technology role involves critical technology development by filling in cloud computing, engineering, and production gaps. Looking for students, agile SiliconValley type engineers, and seasoned veterans of the industry to lead development on exciting new platforms (e.g., Software as a Service, Mobility as a Service, Platform as a service). Subtasks include coordination with academic or industry-experienced leaders in the field and transforming knowledge into a product (e.g., digital transformation, engineering, developing Software). Highly prized skillsets include cloud computing (e.g., Azure, AWS, IBM, Oracle, Google), software development (e.g., Python, SCALA, Node.js), engineering & sciences (e.g., electrical, mechanical, physics, chemical, data scientists), cybersecurity (e.g., Cyber Threat Intelligence, Red/Blue Team, SOAR, SOC analysts), cognitive sciences (e.g., artificial intelligence, machine learning, dataset analysis, bias), and cloud infrastructure (e.g., SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, MaaS).
Service Veterans and Agencies (SVA)– Tasks from service-related fields (e.g., DoD, supporting agencies) include analysts, cyber, intelligence, and warfare. Looking to utilize your service skills (e.g., CTN, CTM, cyber analysts, linguists, threat operations, TAO, SF, Devgru) in the civilian world? We are currently looking for a range of positions to fulfill government contracts. We want to close the gap by providing solutions that you propose for the government and commercial sector because of your insights. Subtasks include onboarding of recruits for transition into a role as a contract consultant. You will consult with industry officials and contract developers to provide a government and civilian relationship to meet their business, defense, and security needs. Conducts special projects as point person for engagement in industry operations and facilitates clear communications between stakeholders (e.g., chain of command). Is responsible for security, collections, and coordination of personnel teams. Travel and some off-duty hours may be required depending on the customer. We thank you for your service and the additional services that you continue to provide.
Other Transaction Authority (OTA) – Tasks in Other Transaction Authority (OTA) roles include special projects. Special projects are tailored to OTA contracts, a combination of government and commercial projects with unique requirements for government and civilian use (e.g., Space shuttle, drones, cloud computing). These projects are not only for defense but can also be found at your local store with real-world applications (e.g., robotics, computer networking). This multi-disciplinary role is similar to the title of team leader, project manager, and senior engineer using previous experiences on similar projects to steer the team of scientists, engineers, developers, and stakeholders. Subtasks for this OTA leadership role keep tabs on development progress with weekly meetings as necessary and reports to stakeholders. This position is suited for business and technical backgrounds promoting innovative ideas to the group, facilitating change, and creating agile thinking using methodologies (e.g., SCRUM, use cases, problem-based learning).