Deputy Program Manager

Information Technology Fort Huachuca, Arizona Job ID: 2017-235


Job Description:


The Deputy Program Manager directs all phases of programs from inception through completion. Responsible for the cost, schedule, and technical performance of company programs or subsystems of major programs. Duties include:


  • Participate in negotiating contract and contract changes. Coordinate preparation of proposals, business plans, proposal work statements and specifications, operating budgets, and financial terms/conditions of contract.
  • Act as primary customer contact for program activities. Lead program review sessions with customer to discuss cost, schedule, and technical performance. Develop new business and/or expands business with the customer.
  • Establish milestones and monitor adherence to master plans and schedules. Identify program problems and obtains solutions in areas such as resource allocation or changing contractual specifications.
  • Direct the work of technical and administrative employees assigned to the program. Critical, major program of high risk and technical complexity. Requires developing and coordinating new program plans or delivery methods with little precedence for coordination across distinctive technologies or customer.
  • Develop solutions to complex problems that require the regular use of ingenuity and creativity. To include, new technologies requiring coordination of applications across program requirements.


Minimum Qualifications:

  • HS + 15 or AA/AS +13 or BA/BS +11 years program/ IT management related experience within a DoD environment
  • PMP required
  • Security+CE required
  • ITIL Foundation certification required w/in 180 days
  • Knowledgeable in the mission and operational requirements of U.S. Army
  • Demonstrated understanding of U.S. Army IT operational and technical requirements and an advanced understanding of U.S. Army IT applications and network systems
  • Expertise in management and control of complex information systems architectures involving multiple disparate database, network, and communications subsystems
  • Proven ability to perform as the Government's point of contact (POC) in the absence of the PM
  • Ability to see and read computer screens, concentrate for long periods, and remain in a sedentary position. Requires sitting for long periods.



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