The Project Manager is responsible for the oversight and management of the project cycle for restoration projects by providing direction and coordination of all field activities related to the installation teams and any coordinated subcontractors.
Ensure that project team member performance supports project budget and delivery requirements; effectively manage project scope by ensuring any changes to scope are documented and approved through appropriate change management processes.
Oversee the project from receipt of RFP until completion. Activities include (but are not necessarily limited to) managing a multidisciplinary team for designated projects to ensure quality and integrity of data, compliance with either Chiltern or Sponsors SOPs, ICH GCP, relevant SOPs and regulatory requirements.
Provides technical; administrative; and operational management of assigned projects; including contract and subcontractor management; develops technical project plans; proposals; reports; and task order and administrative reporting.
At this level; the position is typically responsible for managing multiple projects and tasks and supervising more than 25 employees both exempt and non-exempt and including two or more subordinate supervisors and managers.
Provide support to the multiple networks, such as Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNet), Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet), Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation System (BICES) networks.
Manage risks and contingencies to ensure that projects are delivered on-time, within scope, and within budget;coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of projects.