Program Executive - Air Force

Design Build and Construction Burlingame, California San Antonio, Texas Abingdon, Maryland Huntsville, Alabama Pensacola, Florida


Description

ECC is seeking candidates for an Air Force Program Executive. In this position, you will:

  • Effectively oversee program operations standards for high quality internal and external client program standards for construction or environmental remediation projects.
  • Coach project teams and work with clients to obtain maximum CPARS ratings for projects
  • Ensure exceptional client satisfaction with our operational execution teams
  • Monitor and work with Program and Project Managers to ensure adequate net margins are being realized.
  • Develop and assist in implementing corrective action plans with the operations managers where needed.
  • Monitor project level performance for client price, scope and schedule, and assist in improving cost performance
  • Identify new projects (within programs or stand-alone single opportunities) to pursue
  • Identify new programs, markets and geographic areas to penetrate to maximize utilization of the program’s contract(s) or move to where funding priorities are identified e.g., PDI
  • Ensure adequate backlog in the program by working with BD and operational groups to win the right work
  • Take leadership role in proposal efforts where needed and appropriate, as well as section writing and Pink/Red/Blue/Gold Team participation
  • Provide guidance to designated project teams to ensure goals or objectives of projects are accomplished within prescribed time frame and funding parameters
  • Provide team and technical leadership, and interface with customers
  • Maintain open lines of communication with Air Force clients to ensure client concerns are resolved
  • Arrange for recruitment or assignment of project personnel
  • Review status reports prepared by project personnel and recommend plan modifications as required
  • Prepare project reports as necessary for management, client, or others
  • Confer with project personnel to provide technical advice and to resolve problems
  • Coordinate project activities with activities of government agencies
  • Create appropriate internal controls within the department to minimize risk and liability
  • Manage supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws
  • In addition to the accountabilities above, other responsibilities, tasks, and deliverables may be assigned to the incumbent of this position
  • Ensure Company and client Safety policies are effectively implemented in all areas of responsibilities
  • Maintain and report program contract vehicle status and statistics
  • Grow and maintain key subcontractor and teaming partner relationships
  • Develop capture and execution strategies for opportunities at the IDIQ, Task Order and one-off project levels
  • Develop business cases for new initiatives and capabilities beyond the scope of ongoing programs, contracts and clients' vision 

Requires: 

  • Ten years of experience working with government agencies (i.e. DoD, DOE)
  • Construction or environmental remediation experience
  • Ten years successful program management experience with emphasis on building/maintaining client trust through management of costs, schedule, communication and application of other project resources
  • Professional Engineer (PE) license in at least one US jurisdiction is highly desirable

 

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