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Description: The Level 3 Project Manager shall possess the following
capabilities: All tasks of the Level 2 project manager not performed at Level 2
which may include working with the higher level program manager, to provide
effective and efficient management of the contractor’s effort; Allocate
resources (staffing, facilities, and budgets) on the contract; Review risk and
risk mitigation activities and allocate budgets for the same; Prepare project
status reviews and other formal reviews to be presented to the Government PM.
Solid planning capabilities and ability to interface with many different
organizations (internal and external).Ability to quickly adjust priorities and schedule based on needs.
Provide guidance and
direct tasking for Level 0, 1, and 2 project managers if any are assigned to
the project; Rapidly assemble and execute focused cross-disciplinary
Government/Contractor teams to address urgent or unexpected cost, schedule, or
technical program/contract issues.
May be required to
respond to after-hours requests as required in a 24 x 7 environment or as
needed to meet program SLAs.
Skills, Experience, and Education: The Level 3 Project Manager
shall have sixteen (16) years of experience which may be a combination of work
history and education.A master’s degree
is equivalent to 6 years of experience, a bachelor’s degree is equivalent to 4
years of experience and an associate’s degree is equivalent to 2 years of
experience. The degree must be in Computer Science, Information Assurance,
Information Security System Engineering, or related discipline from an
accredited college or university. Shall have at least one (1) year of
demonstrated experience in conducting requirements analysis, resource
allocation, project costing, deliverable tracking, schedule and financial data
monitoring, and reporting. Shall be knowledgeable of the guidelines provided by
the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Defense Federal Acquisition
Regulation Supplement (DFARS), DoD 5000 series, and Intelligence Community
Directive (ICD) 801 policies.
Clearance:Candidate must have a TS/SCI polygraph clearance
Desired:PMP certification, FAC-P/PM
Mid-Level certification or Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act
(DAWIA) Level 2 certification in Program Management certification is desired,
although not required.
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