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Find out what all the buzz is about! If you are looking for a career that’s fast-paced and exciting, then you’ve come to the right place. With the amazing growth that Honeybee is experiencing, now is a great time to join our team. We offer a robust benefits package including; paid parental leave, tuition reimbursement, company-paid life and disability insurance, and a generous offering of health and wellness options. Since 1983 Honeybee Robotics has been creating the world’s most advanced robotics systems for the world’s toughest environments. With projects ranging from Planetary Exploration to Open-Source Software and Spacecraft Systems, Honeybee Robotics has exciting opportunities in a wide variety of Research and Development fields. With locations in Longmont CO, Pasadena CA and Brooklyn NY, we offer impactful career opportunities coast to coast.

Job Description

This position will support all aspects of program management to include cost, schedule and risk management as well as working with the Honeybee internal organizations and suppliers to deliver quality hardware, on time. Responsible for technical as well as non-technical management of multiple aerospace projects. Plans, organizes, directs, and controls all activities of a program to satisfy contractual requirements and meet financial commitments to the company, while ensuring good employee and customer relations.  


  • Develop project plans – responsible for overall program leadership including appropriate planning, direction, guidance, and budget. 

  • Manage technical and project level risks, stay on top of scope changes and contractual modifications and identify and communicate corrective actions 

  • Review and evaluate the program status on a continuing basis and work unplanned program issues to a best solution, including development of plans-forward, escalation and increased resources, as required  

  • Compile and present project status, schedule and budgetary EVM statistics to customers or company management, as required 

  • Lead smaller projects independently and larger projects together with Systems Engineer for teams consisting of Design, Electrical, Software, Manufacturing Engineers, as well as Technicians 

  • Lead team meetings, assign and/or record action items in project management tools and assure follow through 

  • Ensure that program requirements, purposes, objectives, and expectations are communicated and flowed down to the internal team and suppliers 

  • Identify and ensure required compliance with the government and company regulation, policies/procedures and guidelines; negotiate acceptance/approval of all program plans with internal interfaces and the customer 

  • Lead change proposal efforts for program including pre-coordination with customer to establish expectations 

  • Organize and lead customer milestone reviews such as PDRs and CDRs and assign action items, as required 

  • Employ proactive risk and opportunity management processes and practices to mitigate or capture potential program issues and improvements 

  • Ensure that all business is conducted using the highest ethical standards and in compliance with all applicable laws, statutes, and regulations  

  • Resolve conflicts, demands and priorities on assigned programs 

  • Maintain a regular and predictable work schedule


Required Experience, Skills and Education 

  • US Person (US Citizen or Permanent Resident) 

  • B.S. in an aerospace, mechanical, or systems engineering-related field (or equivalent experience) 

  • 8 years related experience in program management with relevant experience in complex aerospace products 

  • Proven ability to build relationships with customers and other external stakeholders 

  • NASA, DOD or commercial spaceflight or aerospace project experience with working experience in all phases of a typical project life-cycle phases is required; this experience is preferably gained through technical or programmatic leadership roles while working at one of these agencies, a prime contractor or lower tier supplier. 

  • Familiarity with government contractor cost accounting requirements and industry standard project/program accounting practices and methods such creating Work Breakdown Structures, earned value assessments as well as cost estimate to complete tasks and projects (ETC/EAC’s) 

  • Comfortable working in a fast paced, dynamic work environment and ability to travel in support of the program, customer and employee activities 

  • PMP certification preferred but not required 

  • NASA Flight Project Experience including NASA Life-Cycle Phases preferred but not required


Compensation and Benefits

  • All final pay rates will be determined by the candidates specific education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities of the applicant, internal equity, and alignment with market data.
  • Pay Range: $110,000 - $143,000 per year

Our Pay for Performance Philosophy

We ensure that our peoples’ accomplishments are recognized and rewarded appropriately. Our compensation and benefits package reflects our commitment to competitive total rewards.

  • Competitive Salaries and Bonus plan

  • Vacation and Paid Time Off

  • Recognition Rewards

  • Medical, Dental and Vision plan options

  • Life Insurance and Disability

  • Flexible Spending Accounts

  • 401(k) Savings Plan with competitive match

  • Wellness Program

  • Employee Assistance Program

  • Tuition Reimbursement

Honeybee Robotics Ltd. is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, national origin, or veteran status.

Honeybee Robotics
Honeybee Robotics

United States, Longmont, CO

Posted 4 months ago

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