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This is a senior level direct leadership and management position for the organization's programs and projects. The primary role is Monitoring, Execution, and Control of Integrated Product Development Teams (IPDT) for customer bid type Aerospace/Defense programs as well as New Product Development (NPD) and New Product Introduction (NPI) projects. The individual who holds this position must be able...
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