The Senior Program Manager (SPM) is responsible for a portfolio of programs and ensuring that cost, schedule and program performance goals are achieved. The Senior Program Manager is responsible leading Captures and managing proposal activity as it pertains to growing the assigned portfolio.
The main duty of this position is to provide leadership on projects as well as design assistance on customer projects. The candidate will need to oversee and manage until the project is complete. This includes final delivery, installation, and start up.
Estimate fees, determine scope of work, prepare proposals and contracts on medium size projects.Actively manage clients budget, schedule and program; HNTB budget and schedule; project communications and documentation.
Monitor production schedules, critical paths for projects, trade partner schedules, and cost control to ensure homes/buildings are completed per required company time-frames and meet expected quality and profit levels.
In this role, the selected candidate will manage all aspects of Aviation Civil Engineering projects and related work, including possessing a working hands-on proficiency with all aspects of projects including team organization, communications, sub consultant engagements, contract, scope of service and fee estimate development, scheduling, programming, design, planning, bidding, construction and special services as defined in applicable DOT criteria and FAA advisory circulars.
The successful candidate will be given a great deal of autonomy to lead, direct, and grow their business. With success, this individual will enjoy the rewards of an impressive bonus program with the potential to advance to ownership.
Work with external brand and product partners to coordinate co-branded campaigns, asset exchanges and performance tracking; serve as primary coordinator between the company teams and external partner teams ensuring internal executing teams have access to required personnel or assets from external partners.
Document tasks via a project plan; track progress; drive course corrections.Document and drive issues and roadblocks to closure; limit scope creep; and successfully meet the project objectives
Identify, mitigate, and eliminate project risks.