Senior Telecommunications Subject Matter Expert

Redhorse is searching for a full-time Senior Telecommunications Subject Matter Expert to join our team of Telecommunications professionals supporting a newly awarded multi-year contract engagement with the General Services Administration in the Washington, DC metro area. The primary work location for this assignment will be the Redhorse Arlington, Virginia office.

The Senior Telecommunications Subject Matter Expert will be a recognized expert in their field (technical or business) who is capable of strategic thinking and thought leadership in that field. Proven ability in leading one or more functional areas within a mobile network operator (MNO) or similar organizations in their field of expertise. Capable and experienced in supporting MNOs or similar organizations in the following: managing functional and cross functional teams by developing work plans and managing project execution timelines; as an independent expert, complete sections of significant wireless telecommunication network plans, covering a variety of subject areas including specific technologies and products, markets and market trends, competitor analysis, financial impact, etc.; being a project point person both internally and externally; leading thinking and structure for a project; conducting primary research including market surveys of vendors and users as well as secondary research; analyzing findings, developing insights and integrating individual work streams into a single, cohesive plan with specific actionable recommendations and deliverables; supporting development of work plan estimates and resource/staff plans; planning and facilitating meetings with company or client project management; identifying company's/client's requirements, environment and culture, through insightful questions in order to develop appropriate recommendations that can be implemented.

Basic requirements and skills for the Senior Telecommunications Subject Matter Expert include:

A Bachelor s degree in a related field such as computer science, business, engineering, or information systems, and 20 years of related experience, or;

A Master s degree and 16 years of related experience.

Excellent communication, collaboration, and presentation skills.

Familiarity with relevant federal technology issues, policies, regulation and practices is highly desirable.

Experience with presentation graphics and/or spreadsheet tools highly desirable.

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