The Program Manager is responsible for designing and leading programs associated with strategic business issues and opportunities. The Program Manager may manage specific aspects of one or more programs, or multiple aspects of a single program within the organization. Criteria for moving from one level to the next includes greater skills and knowledge, built on experience (track record) and job assignments. This job family is intended for use in non-clinical/non-hospital settings.
Oversees vendor project managers in the execution of medium and large project activities. Coaches and mentors project team members through the details of: project initiating, planning, executing, monitoring, and closing projects; and, the details of information system life cycle.
The position requires an entrepreneurial, technically-savvy, strategic and business-oriented thinker with experience in assessing customer missions, threats, and gaps in a science, technology, and engineering environment.
Senior Project Managers direct the daily activities of team members on multiple projects to ensure they provide high quality and cost effective services; they may also provide oversight to one or more project managers, in addition to other project team members.
Srves as Pathology Project Leader or Translational Team Leader to coordinate all pathology-related activities in settings of research and translational sciences teams with special emphasis on biomarker development for clinical trials.
Facilitate meetings, teleconferences, and group events as part of routine work activities and team-building. Monitoring taleos in lieu of recruiters to identify potential candidates as part of pre-decisional information.
Lead the preparation of cost volume efforts for various department new business initiatives; assist the Program Managers in the interpretation of solicitation requirements and assist with the resource and procurement planning activities.
Supervise professional and technical personnel performing in their customary disciplines. Develop and maintain a growth plan to achieve previously agreed-upon objectives endorsed by division and group management.
Provides leadership and guidance to ASRC research scientists and interacts with the Federal customer senior managers, customer project managers, ASRC corporate officials and ASRC Shared Services staff to understand and bring resources and solutions to the customer.
Responsible for managing IT projects from inception to operation, and ultimately responsible for the projects success. Must follow policies and procedures, work within the scope of the project, and adhere to time and cost constraints.
The Senior Project Manager is accountable for successful execution of one or more medium to large size high impact projects of moderate to high complexity. Individuals in this role must effectively partner with sponsors, stakeholders and senior management to ensure the strategic goals and objectives of the project/s are met and deliver the desired business value.