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Field Supervisor – Continental (Colorado & Antarctica), Lockheed Martin

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Req ID 287010BR
Industry Job Title Field Supervisor – Continental (Colorado & Antarctica)
Job Code/Title E3053:Engrg & Sciences Support Sr
Job Description Full time position based in Denver, Colorado and deploys annually to McMurdo Station.

Primarily responsible for the overall operation, maintenance and supervision of science support activities at various field locations by the ASC team in Antarctica.

Responsible for oversight and coordination of the field camp infrastructure on the Continental (New Zealand) side of Antarctica, based from McMurdo Station. Manages continental field camp operations and collaborates closely with the various ASC work centers that provide direct science support; Aviation Operations, Field Support & Training, Mechanical Equipment Center, Vehicle Maintenance, Fleet Operations, Cargo, and Project Management.

Responsible for seasonal and long range planning and support; helps determine field logistics requirements for the Annual Program Plan, provides input for financial status reports each month, and helps develop the science program plan. Interfaces frequently with the NSF, military agencies and other ASC functional groups. Coordinates with ASC business partners on staffing requirements and hiring processes.

Assigned Implementer role for numerous science events, duties include but are not limited to science field plan development, personnel tracking, identifying support requirements, issue resolution, and documentation.

Ensures that S&TPS support meets contract obligations in a manner that meets or exceeds the customer’s needs and expectations.

Ensures that S&TPS support activities are performed in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations, standards and codes imposed by the Antarctic Treaty and the U.S. Government.

Ensures that safety is the highest priority for employees and camp visitors, and is responsible for maintaining an overall safe workplace.

Performs other duties as required

Basic Qualifications BA/BS degree or four years management and/or camp operations experience, or other equivalent, relevant experience required. Valid Drivers license required.

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of four years experience related to remote field science and/or remote field camp operations is required. Minimum of two years experience in supervision or management related to remote field science and/or remote field camps required. Experience with inventory database and basic computer operating software is required.

Full time position based in Denver and deploys annually to McMurdo Station.

***Deployment to Antarctica is required for this position. The individual in the position must successfully complete the physical and dental examinations as required by the NSF for deploying to Antarctica. Failure to meet these requirements may result in withdrawal of employment offer or other employment action.******

Desired skills Experience working with aircraft supported field programs desired. Experience working with the safety aspects of extreme environments that includes managing and planning for projects that will operate at high altitudes, on glaciers, and at extremely cold temperatures is desired. Experience in managing a Search and Rescue program is desired. Prior USAP experience is desired.
Security Clearance None
LMCareers Business Unit ESS0997 IS&GS-CIVIL (S8200)
Business Area Info Systems & Global Sol
Program NSF-ASC
Department 9023024:NSF POLAR_OS
Job Class Logistics
Job Category Experienced Professional
City Centennial
State Colorado
Virtual No
Relocation Available No
Work Schedule FLEX-Non-Standard 40 hour week
Req Type Task Order/IDIQ
Direct/Indirect Direct
Shift First
EEO Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.

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