As Mission Architect supporting the Department of Defense (DoD) on our business development team, you will have the unique opportunity to shape our strategic future and deliver current corporate growth. A critical member of the growth team, you will leverage deep DoD experience to bridge mission understanding to technical solutioning, crafting, and executing compelling client mission relevant new business captures. If ‘rolling up your sleeves’ and collaborating to serve our national security community through the creation of innovative technical solutions resonates with you, and you care deeply about joining a mission-driven company with a strong growth direction and diverse culture, we'd love to learn more about you. Check out the details below, and let’s connect.  


Expert Skill Level (10+ years of experience)

  • Core members of our business development team require little guidance, but love to learn, collaborate, and problem solve to create and deliver our shared future. This position requires an expert level of experience, and passion for how various elements of the DoD execute their national security mission.
  • The Mission Architect is responsible to drive and lead the development of client-tailored mission solutions that result in new business awards. The Mission Architect is accountable to bring the ‘voice of the customer’ to design solutions in collaboration with internal Business Development, the internal Advanced Technology Team, and Operations.

Expert Knowledge Level (10+ years of experience) as a DoD civilian/military member, serving at the intersection of mission, technology, and acquisition.

  • The Mission Architect will apply their results-oriented experience, DoD mission awareness, knowledge of current mission platforms, and working competency of the underlying technologies that satisfy DoD mission needs and understanding of DoD procurement and funding processes to capture and deliver new business.
  • The Mission Architect must possess a proven capacity and willingness to transition strategic thought into writing compelling marketing material, white papers, proposals, and other methods to develop and deliver new business.
  • The Mission Architect will also support operational teams as they grow and improve their support of existing clients.

Outcomes: As a core member of our growth team, the Mission Architect will be measured on delivery and achievement of annual growth outcomes.

Client access: Active TS/SCI or existing TS with SCI eligibility required

Flexible work environment: The role is headquartered in Vienna, VA with 25% travel, however the role is also open to a remote work location combined with an expectation of >50% travel as required to support in person client and internal (northern VA) company engagement.


Desired Qualifications

  • Mission/domain experience: Service within a combat support agency and/or a DoD mission enabling entity, with particular interest in: DISA, DTRA, SCO and/or experience at the intersection of and/or support to geographic and global/functional combatant commands.
  • Technology experience: Conversant in and validated service leading teams employing advanced technology to meet DoD mission needs.
  • Process experience: Experience navigating the DoD acquisition and procurement process, with knowledge of the budget and procurement process.

At NT Concepts, you'll be able to:  

  • Have a meaningful impact on the company's growth and share in the rewards accordingly. 

Physical Requirements:

  • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
  • Must be able to lift 10-15 pounds at times.




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