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We are seeking a Program Manager for the upcoming Scientific, Operations, and Administrative Resources (SOAR) project with NIH. This opportunity involves large-scale staff augmentation and management to support a variety of functions related to clinical, healthcare, scientific, engineering and information technology.
The position is contingent upon contract award.
* Provide overall guidance and daily management of the NIH SOAR Program.
* Work with program personnel to build a cohesive, fast-reacting, and flexible program team.
* Plan, organize, supervise, and coordinate contract related activities and overall program operations.
* Serve as the primary point of contract with NIH contracting personnel and end customers, including senior medical researchers and other scientists.
* Operate with full authority on all contract matters.
* Oversee management and support of daily operations related to staff augmentation.
* Formulate and enforce work standards, assignments, schedules, and reviews of contract deliverables.
* Disseminate policies, procedures, and goals to subordinates and subcontractors.
* Coordinate with company internal staff for functional support to programs and personnel.
* Maintain and assure the integrity of cost data contract remains on time and within budget.
* A doctoral degree and 10 years of experience leading, managing, and implementing projects of similar scope and budget levels ($500 million), or a MPH degree and 15 years of experience.
* SHRM certification and a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is preferred.
* National Institutes of Health specific experience.
* Experience managing large staff augmentation programs.
* Experience managing programs with employees in multiple locations nationwide.
* Demonstrated experience managing transition activities for contracts or related work.
* Strong working knowledge of program management methodologies.
* Ability and desire to maintain and expand client relationships through the delivery of high-quality work.