e transportation operations and safety. Onsite and offsite efforts include novel intersection designs, Cooperative Driving Automation (CDA), vehicle-to-infrastructure communications (V2I), Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), spectrum testing, software development, collaboration with industry, deployment, and technology transfer.
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A successful candidate will be customer focused with strong communication skills to perform communication and outreach activities – including coordinating and leading tours for high profile visitors. The Assistant Lab Manager will develop working knowledge of all ongoing team efforts and services and apply that knowledge in coordination of research activities and resources; both for day-to-day actives and task order project assignments.
An ideal candidate is a self-starter, attentive to details, proactive to customer needs, and can problem-solve on the fly. A successful Assistant Lab Manager will be able to work independently yet is able to efficiently collaborate and develop consensus across programs.
This position provides diverse job functions of both technical and managerial in nature, including but not limited to:
A bachelor’s degree, or higher in Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Transportation or similar engineering.
Minimum of 4 years of experience in lab, office, or project management activities.
Knowledge of Connected and Automated Vehicles, Intelligent Transportation Systems, and the transportation industry preferred.
Effective time management and prioritization of multiple simultaneous tasks.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a Public Trust clearance (which includes 3 years of immediate residency in the US).
Must have valid US Driver's License.
Prior experience as a technical lead.
Understanding of business, government consulting, and business development.
Prior experience in IT, networking, data management, artificial intelligence, cyber security, software development or related field.
Prior experience in helpdesk services or technical support
Experience leading a team of engineers and technical specialists.
Excellent judgement and decision making.
Follow-through to confirm that implemented strategies are effective and meet requirements.
Motivation to identify areas of improvement that lack clearly defined guidelines to find the best solutions.
Ability to foster a Lab identity and reputation by ensuring our physical space, culture, and project tools are in alignment with client goals.
Ability to enable a positive work environment by engaging and empowering staff to take ownership, learn about the diverse projects, and initiate solutions to make improvements to better the lab overall.
Proven leadership with ability to mentor and guide staff.
Experience and ability to effectively communicate concisely and accurately to leadership and clients.
Willingness to embrace feedback, in service to staff and client needs.
Attention to detail and proven experience in following through with ownership of responsibilities.
Anticipated Pay for this Position: $88,000 - $98,000 - $108,000
Pay Range $66,https://300.00 - $119,https://850.00
The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline only and not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.