• Program Manager

    Posted: 02/20/2019

    About the Company

    The Greentree Group is a professional services business comprised of talented analysts and problem-solvers who work with clients around the world on programs ranging from start-up business process consulting situations to planning the modernization of major information technology systems.  Our people play key roles in developing and executing strategic and tactical plans and share the challenges and rewards of working for a small company.  Our team of experts can tackle the toughest problem and solve it right—the first time!  What makes The Greentree Group successful is our outstanding people who hold a spotless record of customer satisfaction.  We’re focused on doing business better—to better our client’s business!

     

    About the Opportunity

    The Greentree Group employees are truly valued and treated with respect.  You’ll be working with an outstanding team with an impressive track record.  We need a talented individual to fill the role of

    Program Management Support for the Force Health Protection Research portfolio and/or Aeromedical Research Product for the 711th Human Performance Wing (HPW) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. In this position, you will be responsible for a variety of activities, to include, but not limited to:

    • Participate and provide guidance in the development of strategic and tactical acquisition planning by defining the scope, cost, schedule and performance parameters necessary to successfully execute projects within the Aeromedical Research Division Portfolio.  

    • Plan, organize, and coordinate activities of functional specialists including scientist, engineering, contracting, program control, test and logistics.  

    • Demonstrate capability to collect, analyze and appraise acquisition data required to draw conclusions and work with the project/program managers to devise solutions to problems relating to improvement of acquisition effectiveness and compliance.

    • Possess and/or engage in learning defense acquisition and aerospace medical research policies and regulations and recommend appropriate action consistent with those guidelines. The contractor shall be/become familiar with research processes including Institutional Review Board (IRB) and Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) approvals. Using this knowledge, the contractor shall proof read and edit project plans, research proposals, and data collected by program management team and/or support staff members for accuracy and consistency.

    • Identify and document programmatic risks using expert judgment and historical data; implement approved actions and workarounds required to mitigate and minimize the impact of project risk.

    • Assist in contracting activities required to support project contract awards within the portfolio. This shall include preparing a statement of work and supporting documents for Request for Proposal release, and ensuring the necessary controls are in place to monitor the contract once awarded.

    • Design, implement, and control contractual, financial, and technical aspects of a project/program through designated phases of the acquisition cycle for which no closely related precedents exist.

    • Utilize financial/programming data systems to retrieve, process, and synthesize information, generates reports to support analysis, and documents requirements for additional system capabilities.

    • Perform budget tasks and administration work involving the monitoring of obligations incurred and the actual expenditures of a budget with different sources and types of funding.

    • Provide technical guidance, advisory support, and assistance on a range of research management issues.

    • Represent the organization at the executive levels within the Government and to contract/industry representatives. If requested, participate in portfolio reviews, conferences, and meetings to deliver presentations on program requirements, advocate program objectives, status, accomplishments, challenges encountered and anticipated, and collaborations within and outside of the 711th Human Performance Wing.

     

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Master’s degree

    • Three years health care experience

    • One year experience in Department of Defense Medical Program/Project Management

    • Project/Program Management Certificate (Relevant education/training and experience may be considered an acceptable substitute for certifications.)

    • One year of experience with Comprehensive Cost and Requirements System (CCaR)

    • Proficiency in Microsoft software programs, to include Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Project, to support the expansion of electronic products required for project reporting and management oversight delivered to Major Commands, management officials, and identified program/project stakeholders (Semi-Annual Reviews, Quarterly and Ad Hoc Status Reports, and Program Management Reviews).

    • Must be a US citizen, requires a minimum of a National Agency Check with written Inquires

     

    The Greentree Group offers an attractive, flexible benefits package and outstanding growth opportunities.  For more information on who we are, visit us at www.greentreegroup.com.  When applying for this position, please submit resume and salary requirements to job code WAD-17-039.   A background check may be required.  No relocation is offered with this position. 

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled