Leads moderately complex program(s), and/or strategic business process development/execution. Acts as primary program manager and/or engineer for one or more specific weapon, product/service, or reimbursable programs. Represents Program Management function for assigned program elements to internal and external stakeholders.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Evaluates, determines and drives program management activities to manage one or more moderate to significantly complex weapons program elements.
- Provides expertise to review and drive execution of innovative solutions to technical issues.
- Develops cost and schedule framework for projects and program elements; intervenes as necessary to ensure delivery to cost and schedule agreements.
- Provides primary support and guidance to the financial planning, monitoring, scheduling, preparation and release of technical/schedule information required for program/project planning.
- Defines and establishes production/project definitions, maintenance of schedules, and engineering releases associated with weapon or reimbursable programs.
- Performs some technical, administrative, and logistical liaison roles with company, Department of Energy, design agencies, laboratories, integrated contractors and other government agencies for one or more weapons and growth programs. May function as lead for one or more elements.
- Mentors project managers and other program support staff.
- Conducts activities in a safe and healthy manner and works in accordance with established ES&H requirements to ensure the protection of associates, the public, and the environment. Takes actions necessary to "stop" work when an unsafe condition or action is identified. Every associate has the right and responsibility to stop work when unsafe conditions or actions are identified.
Ensure projects are on or ahead of schedule Implement and monitor project schedules Report project progress to the Project Manager Facilitate flow of paperwork
You Must Have:
- Generally, five or more years of relevant experience in engineering, business or program management.
- Bachelor's degree is required. Bachelor's degree in Business or Engineering is preferred.
- US Citizenship and the ability to obtain and maintain a US Department of Energy "Q" level security clearance.
- Ability to integrate complex concepts and information with program management systems and processes. Ability to provide technical and programmatic guidance, project management, consultative services, and innovative solutions.
- Advanced knowledge of business concepts principles associated with project cost and forecasting. Proven excellence in effective communication, interactive and presentation skills