The PM is the overall manager for the contract effort and shall serve as the Contractor’s authorized point of contact focal point for interfacing with the J63. Workload priorities will be established between the Director of C4 Operations and the PM. The PM shall be responsible for successful management of all contract activities and shall interface with Government management personnel, Contract managers, and all subcontracting team members. The PM formulates and reviews strategic plans, marketing plans, subcontracting strategies, and deliverable items. The PM determines contract costs and ensures conformity with contract terms and conditions. The PM organizes, directs, and coordinates planning and production of all Contractor and subcontractor personnel. The PM must possess excellent oral and written communications skills with a demonstrated capability for dealing with all levels of Government management personnel, Contractor managers, and other Government representatives. In addition, PMs provide enterprise leadership, direction, and management support. These individuals are responsible for planning, supervision, and execution of all aspects of contract performance, executive level direction, scheduling, and technical performance while requiring require strong interpersonal and communication abilities. They require strategic thinking and the ability to synchronize priorities across the global enterprise while improving mission operations and customer satisfaction. The PM ensures that all contract deliverables are delivered on time. The PM manages and controls effort and interfaces with the KO, the Primary Contracting Officer’s Representative (PCOR), Contracting Officer’s Representatives (CORs), and Government technical monitors to ensure excellent performance. The PM interacts with Contractor personnel to provide guidance, leadership and direction. The PM proactively identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner, gathers and analyzes information skillfully, and develops alternative solutions. The PM is the supervisor to all Contractor program staff regarding operations. The PM implements and provides guidance related to processes and policies, and oversees Contractor and subcontractor work. The PM acts as the principal representative to the KO, PCOR, as well as Government managers and customers. Typical duties include:
- Establishing and maintaining relations with clients’ senior-level managersDeveloping overall strategy, tactics and goalsManaging the Contractor and subcontractor staff, including the number of staff, final hiring and firing decisions, and staff development and mentoringWorking with third-party vendorsOrganizes, directs, and manages contract operation support functions, involving multiple, complex and inter-related project tasks.Manages teams of contract support personnel at multiple locations.Maintains and manages the client interface at the senior levels of the client organization.Meets with Government and Contractor personnel to formulate and review task plans and deliverable items. Ensures conformance with program task schedules and costs.