Manage and be accountable for the financial performance (profit/loss) of assigned profit centers. Responsibilities include the accuracy of all invoices and payables, WIP calculations, determination of appropriate pay rates and contract bill rates as well as review of monthly DVPC financial statements for accuracy and completeness.
Responsible for troubleshooting and resolving complex inquiries and requests from internal and external clients. Develops project plans and costs, including personnel and fiscal requirements to achieve defined objectives.
The PI will oversee the Project Implementation Team (PIT) based in the Washington, D.C. Metro area. He/she will full authority domestically (CONUS) to act for PAE, and will be the central point of contact for the COR and INL/AP, and will be expected to participate in weekly COR meetings. The DPM will be responsible for addressing contractual and technical programmatic issues.
Performs initial NIST security control assessment in support of Certification & Accreditation (C&A) processes under short contractual time constraint and develops, or supports the development of, C&A package documentation.
Demonstrate capability to lead a technical team; Establish and execute programs that will drive adoption and usage of programs for products across multiple domains; Define usage and revenue metrics as key performance indicators.
To be successful in this role, you will want to be organized and effective in communicating plans, requirements, results and information to customers at a variety of management levels and technical backgrounds.
Perform thought leadership in support of analyses that consider all the domains of joint warfare - air, maritime, subsurface, land, space, and cyber; in these areas, lead and contribute to innovative concept development across the Laboratory, the Services, selected combatant commands, and the Joint Staff.