Project Management - Electronic Engineering

--Baltimore County, MD--

The Program Manager role is responsible for identifying improvements to project delivery through active management, metrics/KPIs, and routine project/program reviews.


Candidates who have performed Mil-spec work are preferable as well as someone who has worked in the engineering (electrical/mechanical) industry.


1. Program Management:

- Manage the cost, schedule, and performance of multiple programs.

- Serve as the primary interface with external customers, ensuring satisfaction. 

- Ensure timely completion of all materials and deliverables.

- Identify and mitigate risks associated with program execution.

- Drive technical excellence, setting program standards and enabling execution. 

- Provide overall leadership and direction to an integrated program team.


2. Financial Management:

- Forecast financial performance and maximize award fee/profit.

- Assist in negotiating contracts, pricing, and terms and conditions. 

- Manage complex budgets.


3. Stakeholder Communication:

- Proactively communicate with internal and external stakeholders throughout the program lifecycle. 

- Facilitate communication with project sponsors, partners, team members, service and support personnel, and management.

   

4. Proposal Development and Growth:

- Support growth activities such as proposal development, quoting activities, and visiting customers.

- Develop and manage submission proposals.


5. Project Planning and Reporting:

- Develop project schedules, timelines, resource requirements, and budgets.

- Produce regular status reports, including project achievement status, risks, issues, and

recommendations for corrective action.

- Track and report on progress and outcomes.


6. General Management:

- Manage key program elements, including goals and milestones, risks, available resources,

budgets, standard operating procedures, quality control, and results. Identify project interdependencies, aligning resources and efforts where appropriate.

- Proactively anticipate and address project issues.


Minimum Qualifications:

- U.S. Citizen (ITAR requirements!)

- Active DoD Secret Clearance or ability to obtain one

- Bachelor’s degree in business or a relevant area.

- Demonstrated ability to lead others and manage resources to ensure complete contract coverage. 

- Ability to organize, delegate, and monitor work to stay on schedule.

- Provide supervision to ensure work product accuracy, quality, and completeness.

- Expertise with monitoring and evaluation functions.

- Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing with management, staff, and external stakeholders.

- Ability to compile and analyze data and provide recommendations.

- Ability to analyze programs and processes for effectiveness.

- Ability to operate independently to complete tasks.

- Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools, including Word, Project, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel.

- Detail-oriented with strong writing skills for drafting and formatting professional-grade documents. 


Compensation: $120k - $130k

 

Customer Relationship
Personal Evolution
Autonomy
Administrative Work
Technical Expertise