Director, Program Planning and Investment Management
Responsibilities: Define and lead the implementation of a strategic plan for LMI s Program Planning and Investment Management Sub-Service Line. Build LMI s capabilities in the sub-service line and lead the development of innovative offerings that align with customers strategy and missions. Work with LMI s client-facing markets to meet financial and delivery targets, by designing and deploying effective solutions and the right mix of sub-service line staff to deliver them. Support business development efforts to grow opportunities for LMI by providing technical and staffing input and architecting solutions. Collaborate with market leads to understand the needs of customers and develop capabilities to meet those needs. Foster the growth of the Program Planning and Investment Management Sub-Service Line by evolving and promoting its solutions. Serve as a steward and spokesperson for LMI s program planning and investment management capabilities. Ensure staff members effectively deliver capabilities of the sub-service line. Has responsibility for hiring, training, evaluating, and promoting staff members assigned to sub-service line, as well as facilitating staff deployment to markets. Qualifications Substantial expertise across multiple capability areas under Program Planning and Investment Management (policy and governance; decision support; capital planning and investment control; PPBE; internal controls and auditability; and financial management), including experience in delivering these capabilities to government clients. Proven experience in designing and developing new consulting offerings, revitalizing staff capabilities and skills, and innovating to enhance the sub-service line portfolio of offerings. Strong ability to collaborate to get things done in a matrixed organization (e. g., successful collaboration across division/groups). Experience leading, managing, and developing high- performing and dynamic teams to deliver on program requirements. Demonstrated experience managing a profit and loss and employee utilization is advantageous. Demonstrated strong cultural fit and value alignment with LMI as a not-for-profit organization with a mission to improve the management of government. Demonstrated leadership capability. Minimum 8 years experience in the capability areas within the Program Planning and Investment Management Sub-Service line. Advanced degree preferred. May consider qualified applicants outside of the National Capital Region. Applicants selected for this position may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. LMI will only consider applicants with current security clearances or applicants who are eligible for security clearances. Please note that only U. S. Citizens are eligible for a security clearance.