Program Manager CWMD with Security Clearance

Mayvin, Inc

Posted Under: Washington, DC jobs in Executive; Executive jobs in zipcode 20599
Posted On: 2020-03-26

Overview Mayvin is currently seeking a Program Manager (PM) for Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office Systems Support Directorate Advisory and Assistant Services (CWMD SSD A&AS) The Program Manager is responsible for administrative control, supervision, and managing the work of a large contractor team to support DHS CWMD in its mission to acquire, test and evaluate (T&E), deploy and sustain detection systems. The Program Manager leads the team to augment the DHS CWMD SSD Government staff in addressing issues that arise throughout the acquisition life cycle, from concept refinement, through operation, and then post fielding support. The position is in at a contractor facility in Washington DC and requires a TOP SECRET clearance and the ability to obtain and maintain DHS Suitability. Must be a US Citizen. Responsibilities * Act as the overall lead, manager and administrator for the contracted effort. * Serve as the primary interface and point of contact with Government program authorities on technical and program/project issues. * Oversee contractor execution of the contract requirements. * Manage acquisition and employment of program/project resources. * Be the primary interface with the Government for Team Mayvin at the customer site. * Take care of all Team Mayvin Teammates who support the customer, ensuring excellence by monitoring all Mayvin Teammate and subcontractor performance. * Collect and edit Monthly Status Reports from Team Mayvin Teammates supporting the customer, and submit to the Government within required timelines. * Interview candidates for hire / assist in setting up skills verification screenings. * Provide expert advice on innovative acquisition approaches intended to streamline CWMD's acquisition processes and increase the speed of delivery of capability in the hands of our operational partners that meet mission need. * Develop various briefings and documents necessary to inform CWMD and/or DHS Component leadership regarding the status of various acquisition programs related to cost, schedule and performance * Develop training plans and training materials necessary to train field users in the proper use of acquisition systems deployed by the acquisition directorate * Develop acquisition program baseline documents (e.g., Acquisition Plan, Work Breakdown Schedule, and Integrated Master Schedule) to set program baselines for cost, schedule and performance * Develop Requests for Information (RFIs) and to be released on FedBizOps * Analyze the information from an RFI to develop a Market Research Report * Conduct Privacy Threshold Analysis (PTA) and Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA) to assist with acquisition of systems * Develop program strategies to assist with the acquisition of systems and document those strategies (e.g., Program Management Plan (PMP)) * Conduct a 508 analysis to determine accessibility for people with disabilities for acquisition of systems * Identify and document lessons learned from the acquisition of systems * Identify scope of acquisition programs and all roles and responsibilities necessary to field systems and document in a program charter * Assist in tech transfers/transitions from the Research and Development Division to a fielded system through an acquisition * Support the development of life cycle cost evaluations (LCCE) for systems needed for acquisition programs * Assist in the development of fiscal year Congressional Justification (CJ) documents in support of the President's FY budget for CWMD's BFO Qualifications Experience: * Ten (10) or more years of experience with Government acquisition policies and procedures or like experience. Desired experience with large DHS systems acquisitions and/or acquisition of chemical, biological, nuclear or radiologically (CBRN) detections systems. * Ten (10) or more years of experience managing complex Government contracts including contracts with a value of more than $100M * Experience should include project management or program management that includes implementing policy, coordinating complex procedures, and developing project budgets. * Knowledge of and experience with Government contract and procurement procedures including new contract actions, contract modifications, and product procurement to ensure all life-cycle support requirements are satisfied. * Possess the ability to coordinate and integrate the work activities of several different projects at any one time. * Possess the ability to communicate with others effectively both orally and in writing in working out solutions to problems or questions relating to the Acquisition program. * Minimum of 10 years in a supervisory role. * Experience in the functional areas of engineering, test and evaluations, program management, and logistics is a must. * Strong interpersonal and communication skills for coordinating, interfacing, and interacting with Team Mayvin Teammates, customers, and company management. * Ability to support and manage multiple concurrent projects with shifting priorities in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment. * Extensive experience in use of personal computers and Microsoft Office Suite of software applications including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook. Education : * BS or BA degree in arts or science. * Business, economics, or management, background preferred. * Project Management Professional (PMP) or Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) PMP and/or DAWIA Level III PM certification required (Defense Acquisition University Level 3 or equivalent). * Certified Contract Management Professional preferred * Master's degree preferred. About Mayvin: Mayvin is a dynamic women-owned small business created out of a commitment to deliver unparalleled service to our clients. We are a global technical and knowledge-based services company supporting defense, and intelligence, and federal civilian government customers. We work across multiple domains including analysis, cyber, engineering, management, and integration of emerging technologies within the U.S. Government, associated Combatant Commands, Allies, and partners. Headquartered in the D.C. Metropolitan Area, Mayvin supports government clients in several states and OCONUS, and is comprised of former military and government civilian personnel. We create effective strategies for program design, execution, and sustainment while implementing action plans to meet our clients' goals. Navigating the complex world of integrating technology into the modern battlefield requires knowledge. At Mayvin, we bring knowledge to you. A "Mayvin" is a trusted expert in a particular field who seeks to pass knowledge on to others - a builder of networks, a communicator of knowledge. Our compensation package includes a competitive salary and benefits package, along with an award winning corporate culture and supportive team environment. Mayvin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status. Mayvin is a current participant in E-Verify and conducts internal I-9 audits at least once per year.

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