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Bachelors Degree in Business Management or related technical field required or equivalent and minimum 10 years of experience with NAVSEA professional services contract administration.
Superior written and oral communication skills required. Direct customer support skills required. Proficiency in Microsoft Windows and it’s associated programs (MS Excel, Word, Access, and Powerpoint).
Must be able to obtain and maintain a secret security clearance.
URS Corporation - a FORTUNE 500 Company - is a fully integrated engineering, construction and technical services organization with the capabilities to support every stage of the project life cycle. We offer a full range of program management; planning, design and engineering; systems engineering and technical assistance; construction and construction management; operations and maintenance; and decommissioning and closure services.
URS provides these services for the U.S. federal government, national governments of other countries, state and local government agencies in the United States and internationally, FORTUNE 500 companies and other multinational corporations. We have approximately 45,000 employees in a network of offices in more than 30 countries. The Company's business is focused on four key market sectors: Federal, Infrastructure, Power, and Industrial & Commercial.
We are currently seeking a Program Management Support Expert/SME to provide support to our office in Washington, DC.
Serves as the program management support to NAVSEA Program Office. Supports the development/maintenance of program management plans, policies, processes and procedures to include, performance metrics, program management tools and techniques validated from lessons learned from the NSSN acquisition program.
Specific responsibilities include:
1. Provide basis of successful organizational setup, relationships with NAVSEA Directorates, PARMs and other Navy and DoD organizations, particularly in the early planning efforts.
2. Provide history/understanding the background and rationale for specific contracting techniques used for the NSSN Program.
3. Provide history/understanding of the NSSN funding/budgeting process and how it was defended.
4. Provide history/understanding of how the information process for NSSN was managed to “the outside”
5. Provide history/understanding of the basis and use of Design Decision Memos to codify design decisions and cost - performance tradeoffs on the NSSN Program
6. Provide history/understanding of the basis and use of the Risk Management Process developed for the NSSN Program
7. Identify program decisions’ rationale based upon the then existing acquisition environment for the NSSN program and compare/contrast it to current acquisition environment to relate and take advantage of the NSSN Program’s lessons learned