Technical Project Management, Business Project Management
11 - 15 years
Create, manage, maintain, and operate an automated enterprise schedule activity using government approved schedule tool (e.g. Microsoft Project/Project Server), to allow for the integration and assessment of schedule files and schedule data from Segments and Offices to support the Program Office schedule.
Perform the full lifecycle of engineering support including but not limited to requirements engineering, solutions engineering, scheduling, reliability analysis, resiliency analysis, development, integration, test and evaluation, maintainability analysis, and decommissioning.
Lead overall response for Engineering Management meetings both internal and with SF, to include schedule presentations for projects, programs and activities, by providing reports, Gantt charts, and other visualization products, clearly communicating schedule expectations and/or status.
Identify system development milestones that drive phasing of capabilities to meet enterprise epics or equivalent planning timeframes.
Develop, manage, and maintain connection of strategic-level and enterprise-level effectivities with lower-level Program/Segment/Project effectivities and milestones.
Oversee program/segment/project digital scheduling, executable technical roadmap development, incremental reviews of schedule milestones and activities, and maintain schedule baselines as directed to ensure an informed enterprise level schedule.
Assure critical path analysis and "what-if" scenarios are available to identify schedule change impacts, associated risk, and develop mitigation plans.
Collaborate with the Enterprise Release Management to facilitate coordinated capability releases.
Create and maintain a digital Foundation GEOINT capability based roadmap.
Work with Enterprise MBSE tools to provide input and extract data.
Lead the identification, tracking, mitigation, and resolution of technical risks and issues to ensure the timely, functionally efficient, and cost effective stand-up of new capabilities for IPF.
Develop and maintain IPFs digital engineering capability through dashboarding, data visualization of the master roadmap, and other digital features.
Bachelor’s degree or higher in Computer Science, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, or related STEM degree. Personnel may substitute 8 years of related experience for the requisite degree.
12+ years of experience in IT technical development project or program scheduling experience.
12+ years of experience using tools Tableau or its predecessor and mid-level experience in Jira and Confluence
12+ years of experience in management and operation of Microsoft Project for definition, maintenance and reporting of project/program schedule information.
12+ years of IC/DoD program/project experience.
12+ years of experience in Government or industry in establishing, managing, and/or leading a tool-based, schedule management and reporting process.
Active TS/SCI Security Clearance
Master’s degree or higher in Computer Science, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, or related STEM degree.
Senior-level experience in management and operation of scheduling tool/service for definition, maintenance and reporting of project/program schedule information.
Senior-level experience in Government or industry leading schedule management for developments using traditional or Agile and Scrum based methodology or application of methods.
Project Management Institute-Scheduling Profession Certification (PMI-SP), AACE PSP Certification, or Microsoft Project/Project Server Certification.
Senior-level experience using SharePoint and MS Office tools
Senior-level experience with Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) as defined by DI-MGMT-81861 Integrated Program Management Report.
Parsons Corporation is an American technology-focused defense, intelligence, security, and infrastructure engineering firm headquartered in Centreville, Virginia. The company was founded in 1944. Parsons has more than 16,000 employees across 24 countries.