PMO Program Manager

Employer
The Judge Group
Location
Washington, DC
Posted
Sep 15, 2017
Closes
Sep 18, 2017
Hours
Full Time
Our client is currently seeking a PMO Program Manager with an active DHS-issued security clearance and local to the Washington, DC area. This job will have the following responsibilities: Serve as Deputy Project Manager to GMM PMO support team; assist in setting team priorities Experience leading SELC projects and/or programs. Experience working in the DHS Acquisition Lifecycle. This means detailed understanding of gate requirements and approvals required for a DHS program to award a contract to an external vendor. Experience driving teams through the Federal procurement process for large IT programs, including writing RFPs, refining source selections criteria, and analyzing vendor proposals. Understanding of current tools and best practices for developing enterprise IT systems and able to concisely analyze pros and cons for different options. Experience in designing Federal contracts to best support Agile DevelopmentLead business process improvement work stream for the PMO; identify needs for business process improvement, design and implement new processes.Build project management working plans (Program Management Plan, Quality Control Plan, Risk Management Plan, Requirements Management Plan, Work Breakdown Structure, etc)Perform quality assurance checks on project artifacts and deliverables Qualifications & Requirements: Active DHS issued security clearance is an absolute mustBachelor's degree in Business Administration, Information Technology, or a related field (MBA preferred) Experience working in Agile and SELC environments 5+ years as a management consultant in DHS 5+years of project management experience (PMP preferred) 5+ years of process improvement experience and relevant certifications (ie, lean six sigma, etc) 5+ years supporting technology projects for large organizations (Federal experience preferred)Experience in a customer facing position Experience facilitating meetings with executive level stakeholders