Assistant Program Manager
Provide support to the Program Manager in planning, managing, and monitoring major projects from concepts through implementation.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Evaluate and monitor the performance and efficiency of programs to ensure that program implementation is on target.
Prepare presentation materials for management reports (CDRLs).
Monitor program revenue and expense reports, review for accuracy and completeness and ensure that program expenses are charged correctly (if not research and provide reasons for discrepancies).
Prepare monthly variance report with associated footnotes.
Work on overall project planning through reporting on project schedules and deliverable as well as plan, manage and monitor minor projects from concepts through implementation.
Develop, design and establish reporting standards for the company.
Develop online management reports and key performance parameters.
Provide support to the departments by gathering and analyzing data in the establishment and/or maintenance of corporate business processes, procedures and policies.
Keep track of active program budgets and ensuring that program expenses are strictly monitored monthly and that monthly expenses are on target and monitor program budgets by reviewing reports and program expenses to determine if allocated funds have been spent as specified.
Work with program staff to prepare cost application and budgets for new business development.
Non-Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Assist with the preparation of a variety of reports covering budget status, forecast reports and other management reports.
Assist in the initiation, conducting and coordinating of studies and analysis on resource allocation, financial program evaluation reviews; analyze programs to ensure that program financial goals and work plans are on target.
Assist in the preparation of program budget realignments.
Basic Requirements (Competencies):
Education / Experience:
BA/BS in related field. 4-5 years experience as an Assistant Program Manager/Program Analyst or Project Manager or related area. DoD experience preferred.
Must be a U.S. citizen and hold or able to obtain Secret level personnel security clearance.
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of MS Office products including word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software, use the Internet, and use data base software at intermediate level of proficiency to create and maintain more complex documents and data entries. May also work with data bases to enter data for reporting through standard or ad hoc reports through IT resources and management systems.