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Project Manager

L2 Defense, INC
Middle River, MD
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description: Project Manager L2 Defense is currently seeking an experienced Project Manager to ensure that the Air Force Medical Readiness Agency - Ready Eagle contract is on time within budget and scope. The Project Manager should have a background in military Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear operations, austere medical operations, qualified medical (TCCC) instructor along with business skills, management, budgeting, and analysis. The Ready Eagle Project Manager will be responsible for ensuring that deliverables meet standards set by L2 management and will report to the Public Safety Division Deputy Director. The Project Manager will function as needed, in the role as an advanced liaison role working directly with the MAJCOM, Installation Commanders as needed, and Military Treatment Facilities (MTF). Major Duties and Responsibilities Develops and Oversees Site Visit (CONUS and OCONUS) Scheduling in Coordination with the MAJCOMOversees Ready Eagle Data Collection Oversees Ready Eagle Data Analysis Oversees Ready Eagle Deliverable DevelopmentOversees Ready Eagle Deliverable Quality ReviewsSupports Ready Eagle Equipment Inventory Training and AnalysisPresents reports/brief to the Public Safety Division Deputy Director on the program statusPerforms Budget Creation, Cost Analysis, and Financial accounting for the project Statement of Work (SOW) & Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) AnalysisServes as company representative during customer interfaceManages a team of at least four (4) Medical Field Instructor ConsultantsResponsible for maintaining and developing customer relationships Developing, implementing, delivering and tailoring as required, customer specific training programs, as well as revising, coordinating, and conducting existing training programsWork with Subject Matter Experts, On the Job Trainers (OJT), and Management to develop competency based, technical training programsConduct analysis on training products to ensure the developed materials are technically accurate and functional within known equipment constraintsUpdate training to respond to limiting factors, evaluation comments and any changes based on analysis.Present technically sound instruction to a target audiencePrepare written reportsReview and update lesson plans and power point presentationsProvide oversight and subject matter expertise in support of field service operations and inventory of equipment setsWork with internal teams to obtain an understanding of the documentation requirements Analyze documents to maintain continuity of style of content Plan, develop, organize, and document operational procedures and manuals Review manuals and data to ensure editorial and format consistency Requirements:Knowledge and Skills*Documented COR/KO experience: Experience working DoD contracts and working with DoD Contracting Officer Representative (COR) and Contracting Officers (KO)Communication Skills: Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required. Must have documented experience as a team leader with interpersonal skills to lead and develop teams. Must have experience briefing and working with Installation Commanders and Command staff to articulate the requirements and outcomes of the Ready Eagle program. Microsoft Office: Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Products: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Analytical Skills: Must possess strong analytical skills as well as a demonstrated passion for research, data analysis, and insights that are derived from it. Leadership/People/Interpersonal Skills: Must be flexible, and have the ability to perform work independently, with minimal supervision. This position requires strong interpersonal skills to include team building, conflict resolution, and the ability to address staff, projects, and issues at the appropriate level.Must have and maintain a valid U.S. PassportMust have and maintain a Tier 1 background investigation or higher clearance TrainingDuring the on-boarding process, through computer-based modules successfully complete and as needed maintain the following required annual or on a one-time basis training course: Training Delivery Frequency HIPAA & Privacy Act Training Web-based Annual DoD Cyber Awareness Challenge Web-based Annual DoD Controlled Unclassified Information Web-based Annual Environmental Management Systems (EMS) General Awareness Training Web-based One-Time Derivative Classification Web-based Annual Operations Security (OPSEC) Awareness Training Web-based One-Time Graduate of the Instructor Training Course (ITC) or civilian equivalent (e.g. Fire Instructor, FEMA EMI issued Basic Instructor, Public Safety State Instructor certificate, FEMA Emergency Management Institute (EMI) instructor course, etc.,) This will be assessed on a case-by-case basis as needed during the interview process. All personnel performing tasks related to this service shall meet the following minimum specialized experience requirements:Experience in developing and providing technical and end-user trainingAbility to manage a program independently and under limited supervisionProficient with Microsoft Office SuiteTeam oriented with demonstrated ability to work in a collaborative environment.Excellent written, verbal, presentation, and communication skills Strong organizational abilities Skilled at prioritization and multi-tasking Minimum QualificationsExperience in the emergency management medical field and CBRN familiarity to include NIMS, Incident Command System (ICS), Hospital Incident Command System (HICS), the HSEEP, and all-hazards planning.Completion of the FEMA E/L/G 146 Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program training course.DoD experience or similar civilian senior-level expertise in strategic planning, program development and evaluation.Experience in the creating and evaluating HSEEP Operations and Discussion based exercises.Experience as a HSMR/IMAHR or CBRN medical response and mitigation Subject Matter Expert (SME), an equivalent Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) from another military service (Army, Navy, or Marine Corps), or equivalent civilian sector experience, education, and certification.Experience with military medical response, and previous work in combat zones or austere civilian medical operating environment (e.g. SWAT/Tactical Medic, Mountain Rescue-Medical, US&R Medical Specialist, etc.).Experience in accomplishing multi-tasks (work, organize, and time management) projects simultaneously using various software programs, such as Microsoft Office Suite and computer graphics programs.Certified or readily recertified in Self-Aid Buddy Care (SABC)/Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC), Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) or equivalent.Completion of the most recent versions of the following Federal Emergency Management Agency Independent Study (IS) Courses within the past five (5) years: IS-100.c, ; IS-120, IS-130, IS 139a, IS-200.c, IS-700.b, d IS-800.c, Experience as a primary classroom instructor providing training, preferably with a Certified Technical Trainer (CTT) certification, equivalent Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) code or civilian instructor certification (IAFF, Fire Service, FEMA, State, etc.Experience with clearly and vocally articulating technical and non-technical topics to a large audience with varying skillsets or experience.Ability to walk, stoop, and bend. Frequently lift items weighing up to ten pounds and occasionally up to seventy-five pounds. PreferredFEMA certified Master Exercise PractitionerFEMA certified HSEEP InstructorA Bachelor’s degree with preference to a Master’s college degree from a regionally accredited college in the field of Emergency Management, Disaster Preparedness, or a Medical Specialty.Previous Military or Public Safety experience at the Senior Enlisted, Field Grade Officer, or Senior public Safety Supervisor with a metro sized agency. The experience must be directly related to working with personnel (subordinates and superiors) at multiple levels with direct supervisory duties. Ten (10) to fifteen (15) years’ experience, of which at least five (5) years must be as a Civilian Contractor - Project Manager for a Department of Defense (DoD) contract executed at the MAJCOM or higher level. Salary and BenefitsAnnual salary is based on years of experience, training, education and demonstrated knowledge, skills, and abilities. Competitive benefits package inclusive of Health, Dental, Vision, and 401k Office Location and Schedule:Government-approved designated worksite, such as L2’s main office in Middle River, MD, at the Defense Health Headquarters (DHHQ), 7700 Arlington Blvd., Falls Church, VA 22042, or Temporary Duty (TDY) at a designated Major Command (MAJCOM), Continental United States (CONUS) Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS), or other duty location as approved by the L2 Public Safety Division, Deputy Director. This is a full-time position, requiring a minimum of either (8) hours of work per workday at the primary office location or other designated and approved (L2 PM) site.Travel required – A significant amount of travel time is anticipated for this position, 50% - 75% Equal Opportunity Employer All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information. Powered by JazzHR QaaHvEeZM8

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