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Title:Senior Project Manager
Location:Washington, DC

Title: Senior Project Manager – Military Logistics 

Location: Washington, DC 

Salary: $140+/Yearly + Full Benefits W-2, C2C-NO 

Client: Direct Client


Job Description 

Position is on the staff of a private, not-for-profit consulting firm headquartered in Tysons, VA and provides technical and analytical expertise to facilitate the effective and efficient execution of the Army PEO-EIS AESIP and related programs. Work will be primarily at the LMI client site in Alexandria, Virginia.




Program Manager will be responsible for managing, sustaining, and growing LMI’s PMO and SETA support for the Army’s PEO-EIS AESIP and related programs. Lead a team of LMI staff and subcontractors that provide administrative, acquisition, technical, and project management services to the Army.  Provide leadership in the development of high quality technical products for the customer using LMI’s ISO 9001-certified quality management system; provide pro-active communications regularly with management and customer regarding program status.  Additionally perform business development for pursuit, and capture for new opportunities with existing and new clients.


Key program management responsibilities may include:

•             Serve as a focal point for managing customer and partner relationships. Maintain communication and interact with individuals at all levels of the Army’s professional staff.

•             Manages the day to day operations of the program and interfaces with client management daily regarding program/project issues. Respond to internal and external substantive questions and inquiries on assigned tasks, projects and business analysis.

•             Identify and meet with key resource, subject matter experts, and advisors from within LMI, the Army, and contractor staff to establish and maintain network for information sharing

•             Develop and supervise all aspects of the projects tasks, contract deliverables, and on-site activities, including operational planning and execution, logistics, information systems, administrative, and staffing requirements where applicable.

•             Prepares and delivers project status reports and communications to client management. Resolves project staffing and planning issues, manages company staff assigned to the project, and ensures continuity of support during Contractor personnel changes.

•             Ensures projects are completed within applicable estimated time frames and budget constraints through coordination of project approach, methods, and staffing; resolves any issues with staff, tools and methods.

•             Reviews project deliverables and work products for accuracy, completeness, and adherence to client requirements/standards.

•             Conduct detailed technical assessments of issued Task Order requests for proposal (RFPs) and/or directed Task Order awards.

•             Manage and write proposals for work for existing and new clients and opportunities. Coordinate development of LMI proposals in response to the issued Task Orders, RFI’s, or RFP’s across LMI functional program directorates, administrative directorates (e.g., contracting), and with teaming partners as appropriate. Responsible for establishing and meeting proposal development deadlines as well as the quality of the proposals.

•             Research, identify and track relevant opportunities that align with the business strategy.

•             Maintain awareness of industry trends, market space, and competitors in order to identify and develop the company’s unique selling propositions and differentiators.


Minimum Qualifications


Applicants to this position will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. Only U.S. Citizens are eligible for security clearances. For this position, LMI will only consider individuals who possess current security clearances or those who are eligible to obtain one.

•             BA/BS in management science, operations research, logistics, engineering, information systems, or similar technical/scientific discipline required. Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and/or Master’s in related field is preferred.

•             Minimum 10 years’ service in the US Army, with increasing scope of responsibility.

•             Demonstrated project leadership/management and government contract management experience. Seven or more years relevant program management experience in support of Department of Defense.

•             Technical expertise and experience with implementation of information technology programs. Demonstrated knowledge of the software development lifecycle with over 5 years of experience.

•             Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to compose, write, edit and proofread a variety of internal and external general business correspondence, proposals, business contracts, project performance briefings, reports presentations, project proposals, position papers, articles and memoranda.

•             Excellent interpersonal and listening skills required including the ability to develop and maintain professional relationships in LMI’s multidisciplinary environment, and to professionally represent LMI to technical and non-technical audiences.

•             Ability to interact effectively with United States military and government personnel, including staff and senior leadership, as well as personnel representing other government and international organizations. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain strong client relationships.

•             Strong planning skills and ability to initiate develop and effectively manage concurrent multiple tasks, projects and strategies with little or no supervision. Must be self-directed and detail oriented in completing assigned tasks and projects within assigned deadlines.

•             Project Management Professional, with experienced with projects with annual budgets of $50+million and 100+personnel. Capable of succeeding in cost controls, budgeting, scoping, planning, estimating, procurement, scheduling, change management, tracking, contractor dispute resolution, and leadership.

•             Proven experience in leading, managing, developing, and mentoring staff.

•             Demonstrated experience developing new business opportunities and serving in the role of capture manager.

•             Ability to obtain security clearance required.

•             20% domestic travel required(Richmond, VA & Huntsville, AL)



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