Program Manager - CIO Sp4/Gwac

Washington, DC
Jan 20, 2022
Jan 23, 2022
Full Time
Description Collaborates with Joint Venture Business Development leadership, Program Management Office (PMO), technical team, to provide support throughout the capture process. Review and provide insights for task order proposals.Educates and trains Joint Venture staff to ensure they can effectively communicate to current customers and potential new customers on the scope, value, and benefits of the CIO-SP4 GWAC.Promotes the CIO-SP contract to the Federal Government through participation in trade shows, conferences, and other meetings where the Federal Government has a significant presence.Ensures Joint Venture markets the CIO-SP contract by coordinating within Joint Venture to promote CIO-SP through advertising, utilization of the CIO-SP logo and dissemination of CIO-SP marketing materials.Works with Joint Venture prime and subcontractor contract staff to support compliance with CIO-SP labor schedules and all CIO-SP terms and conditions. Ensures Joint Venture is meeting contractual reporting requirements for both the CIO-SP master contract and Joint Venture CIO-SP task orders.Works with and supports Joint Venture task order project directors on all projects awarded under CIO-SP4 mechanism.Attends CIO-SP Industry meetings, Program Management Review meetings conferences and training. Participate in organizations to further enhance knowledge of Government processes, furthering Joint Venture ability to maintain a competitive position in the CIO-SP marketplace.Maintains a highly effective working relationship within all levels of NITAAC and works within corporate team and leadership to target new Federal Agencies to utilize the CIO-SP GWAC.Develops a solid understanding of the CIO-SP competitive landscape across all Contract award groups including Other than Small Businesses, Small Business, 8(a Business), Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, Women-Owned Small Business and HubZone Business awardees.Job Functions:Formulate and define scope and objectives for diverse Task Orders portfolio requirements of complex initiatives that span one or multiple lines of business within an IDIQ master contract.Understand interdependencies between technology, operations and business needsProvide leadership and expertise in identification program schedule deliverables, metrics, milestones, quality improvement process, compliance, consultation and risk assessment.Monitor, track and control outcomes to resolve issues, conflicts, dependencies and critical path deliverablesDevelop subject matter expert knowledge in fields applicable to a program's task order population served.Ensure maximum organizational effectiveness and efficiency, including development, organization, marketing and implementation of program objectives.Prepare Task Order estimates and detailed project plans for all phases of a Task Order project.Manage project managers and provide enablers to retains staff with a commitment to excellence, qualified workforce, rounding, effective communication, staff development, and rewards and recognition.Provide excellent communication, interpersonal, facilitation, and team-building skills in order to build a world-class teams.Effectively plans, develops, implements, evaluates, monitors and manages program and task order budgets.Define success criteria and disseminate them to involved parties throughout project and program life cycle.Development of communication, collaboration, and partnership building skills within the program.Position requires establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with internal teammates and external collaborators.Proficiency in the use of computer programs as required by the positionPlan, develop, and implement strategies for staff training and development, and establish and maintain appropriate processes necessary for measuring skill competence.Required Education/ExperienceBachelor's Degree and at least 12 years working within the Federal Government Contracting Community, or working as a Contracting Officer (CO), or as Contracting Officer Representative (COR), within a government agency, institute or department.Government IAM Level II certification.5 years in Business Development, Capture Management or Senior Program Management or Administration.To qualify, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States and should not require now, or in the future, sponsorship for employment visa statusPreferred ExperiencePast experience working with NITAAC or GSA in the administration of GWACs or IDIQs.Strong working relationships within the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and other Federal Agencies.Project Manager Professional (PMP) CertificationGovernment IAM Level III certificationITIL certificationThe position is contingent on the award of the contract.CICONIX, LLC is an Equal Opportunity EmployerCompetitive market-based salary, commensurate with experience and educationComprehensive benefits package available (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401k etc).

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