Millennium Corporation

  • Sr. Program Manager

    Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
    Posted Date 4 days ago(1/11/2019 3:37 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-1064
  • Overview

    Millennium Corporation is hiring a Sr. Program Manager in Arlington, VA. Candidate must have an active Top Secret Clearance.

    Responsibilities

    The Program Manager will be responsible for:

    • Coordinate and assist with monitoring performance and progress against plans, baselines, and
    • Assist in the identification and resolution of issues impacting program/project cost, schedule, and
    • Coordinate budget, costing, acquisition and contract input for program/project cost, schedule and performance estimates and draft work
    • Assist in program/project prioritization via the project prioritization
    • Assist in preparation and execution of internal and external Program Management Reviews (PMRs) and briefings to provide the Program Manager with a comprehensive view of the following:
      • Budget execution against current Spend Plan(s)
      • Quarterly work accomplishments and outstanding work
      • Upcoming quarter work efforts
      • Estimates at Completion
      • Challenges and Issues
    • Prepare Program/Project senior leadership for external Program management
    • Assist in Program Management briefing material creation and Consult with Program/Project subject matter experts (SMEs) regarding background information in support of work activity descriptions and
    • Create and update guidance related to Program Management processes, roles and responsibilities and business
    • Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) Development and Analysis, including the following:
      • Development of the IMS and the associated processes for validating task, resource, and schedule realism
      • Maintain a fully resourced baseline IMS that accurately includes milestone dates, predecessor and successor dependencies, and identifies critical path activities across multiple functional areas
    • Liaison with functional groups and program office leaders to identify schedule risks and
    • Update the IMS as directed and provide: one (1) hardcopy and an electronic file of the IMS; a status report (weekly or as directed) to the Government functional area leads detailing the following information: key risks and issues that have the potential to positively and negatively impact program/project success; assessment of the cause of delays or missed milestones; and identification of the affected dependencies of missed milestones and the impact of delays or early completion of tasks 

    Qualifications

    Must Haves: 

    • Active Top Secret Clearance
    • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university 
    • 10 years of demonstrated experience in DoD Program Management and Acquisition Management for ACAT programs across the Acquisition Life cycle (including cost, schedule, and performance) 

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