Project Manager

The Project Manager is part of a Project Management Office (PMO) implementing complex, multi-year projects through identification and completion of critical path and parallel work activities to achieve optimum performance. The Project Manager is assigned oversight responsibility of individual projects over their life cycle (scoping, initiation, execution and closeout), including developing the baseline and monitoring project performance using an earned value management system.   Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:   Implementation of the Earned Value Management System, as well as risk management and planning Development of corrective action plans for troubled projects Overall coordination of initial work planning/scoping working with operations and engineering to develop a resource loaded schedule and cost estimate. Primary interface with operations and project planners/schedulers Assist in planning and resolving interface issues with the customer and production groups. Interface with customer technical representatives to ensure Preparation of Monthly Financial Reports including Monthly Progress Reports     Job Duties / Responsibilities:   Bachelor of Science degree in relevant discipline (Engineering, Science or Business) with a minimum of 7 years of continuous experience as a Project Manager. A minimum of 7 years of experience in the field demonstrating increased levels of responsibility with a minimum of 5 years management/supervisory experience on large, complex, capital/equipment projects involving radioactive and/or hazardous waste generation and disposal. Certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP) or other project management certification desired.  (Must qualify as a PMP within 6 months of hire). Candidate must be able to qualify as a Contamination Worker upon hire. Prior US Navy Nuclear experience is a plus.
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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