This position is located in our VA, Dahlgren facility
Manages the day-to-day operations of assigned programs, including technical work, staff supervision, financial and business development activities.
At this level, the position is typically responsible for program(s) with annual revenues of $10-15 million.
At this level, the position is typically responsible for managing 50-100 employees both exempt and non-exempt and including one or more subordinate supervisors and managers - working on multiple projects and tasks.
NOTE Position level may also be determined by the scope and complexity of the program, not just revenue and staff amounts.
1. Manages and is responsible for the successful completion of all tasks in assigned program area including technical work, financial and business development activities.
2. Supervises assigned technical and administrative staff, including subordinate managers, and performs personnel actions including hiring and performance evaluation.
3. Directs program activities to meet client and organization work objectives and serves as a liaison with clients to coordinate activities, negotiate tasks, and solve problems.
4. Assures quality of program products, services, and deliverables, including participating in reviews, audits, and site visits.
5. Performs business development activities, including the preparation and review of technical and cost proposals.
6. Performs program financial management services, including financial analysis, budget and cost quote preparation, cost management, reconciliation, and profit enhancement.
7. Coordinates and monitors sub-contractor activities and administers subcontractor deliverables and finances.
8. Develops, reviews, and approves plans, schedules, consulting agreements and other program documents.
9. Prepares and provides various reports and technical reviews to senior management as requested.
10. Ensures compliance with relevant corporate and government policies and standards.
11. Participates in special projects as required.
As Task Order Lead (TOL), lead a team that supports the Missile Defense Agency Facilities, MILCON and Environmental Management Directorate (DPF) during the conduct of Faculties, Logistics and Space Management. The CPM is also responsible for substantial staff supervision and project management functions. Specific duties include:
• Assist with facilities operations and sustainment planning, programming, and prioritization for BMDS capabilities, including strategic plan, as well as, short and long-range plans. Analyze the facilities strategic plan annually, to include reviewing technical requirements, schedules, estimates, and identifying issues and gaps. Document analysis results and prepare strategic plan update, short-long range plan updates, and briefings. Coordinate documentation, secure approvals, present the changes, and assist in implementing the plans across the agency. Conduct and/or attend related meetings, prepare agendas, read-ahead materials, minutes or notes, summaries, and track action items to closure.
• Assist with assessing facilities standard operating procedures (SOPs), concepts of operations (CONOPs), instructions, and processes. Analyze operating procedures and practices, including process flow and controls, and identify opportunities for improved efficiencies. Update SOPs, CONOPS, instructions, and feedback information into other process changes. Make recommendations and release feedback for higher level documents.
• Engage in the DPF Directorate oversight and executive review processes with activities such as the Executive Management Board (EMB), Organization Review (OR), Facility Panel, and functional staff meetings. Prepare facilities quantitative, comparative, best value analyses; responses to related inquiries; and supporting documents, and briefings to assist in planning and decision making activities. Make recommendations, coordinate documents, secure approvals,
• Participate in program review briefings (anticipate four per year). Assist with preparing technical, programmatic, and risk assessments and briefings to support facilities operations and sustainment reviews and/or BMDS program reviews. Integrate data and information into executive level presentation to support facilities operations decisions and analysis in related meetings. Attend assigned facilities reviews and meetings, prepare read-ahead materials, minutes or notes, summaries, and track action items to closure.
• Prepare weekly activity report that compiles updates on facilities and infrastructure activities, projects, and other relevant information on coordination, synchronization, and execution of operations and sustainment.
• Assist with reviewing, assessing, and updating existing and/or preparing new facility management and space management policies and standards for operating and sustaining MDA facilities with flow down of results to SOPs, instructions, procedures, and processes. Update space management SOPs, instructions, and process guides, including workflow and diagrams, and/or assist in determining and preparing new procedures, processes or other guidelines. Identify operational efficiencies and make recommendations for improvements. Coordinate, secure approvals, and assist in implementing changes across the Agency.
• Assist with facilities and space management planning and prioritization including project definition, designs, schedules, estimates, reviews, analyses, and recommendations for all projects. Assess space requirements, plans, utilization, and need for limited construction. Document findings and prepare master plan and briefing with results of requirements and project alignments. Coordinate documentation and secure approvals. Conduct and/or attend related meetings, prepare agendas, read-ahead materials, minutes or notes, summaries, and track action items to closure.
• Engage in facilities and infrastructure maintenance reporting. Develop reports that include a comprehensive overview of the maintenance status of all building systems.
• Assess, update and maintain existing facilities architectural drawings and floor plan and prepare future drawings and plans supporting new approved efforts. Make recommendations, including activities for new requirements or changes. Use the MDA Automated Computer Aided Drawing (AutoCAD). Coordinate and secure approval of architectural drawings and plans; integrate approved changes into the master plan and design updates; and include in executive presentations. Deliver report to identify status of required updates.
• Prepare comprehensive project progress reports and briefings, coordinate, and secure approvals. Conduct and/or attend related meetings, prepare agendas, read-ahead materials, minutes or notes, summaries, and track action items to closure. Coordinate changes to project scope and schedule.
• Assist with oversight and implementing office standards for MDA facilities, including furniture relocation, removal, additions, and reconfigurations.
• MDA experience is a plus
• Experience with AutoCAD, CAFM , CAP Studio, WITS, and Velocity is a key.
Bachelors Degree in a related business or technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical training, or work/military experience.
10-12 years of related program management experience.
Candidate must be able to obtain or maintain a minimum SECRET level security clearance.Click Here to Apply