SAIC is seeing a Contract Program Manager (CPM) to perform as a Senior-level Program Control Analyst (PCA) within the Mission Operations Directorate (MOD) and Management Services and Operations (MS&O) Budget Program Office (BPO). In addition to regular PCA Duties, the CPM will be responsible for collaboration with the MS&O and MOD budget office(s) leadership to understand recurring and new tasking and provide proactive, preemptive and innovative approaches and recommendations to meet mission requirements and objectives.
In addition to the duties described above, the CPM will:
- Be responsible for leadership support and overall technical performance and quality of deliverables to fulfill the requirements and related timetables in support of tasks defined by BPO leadership.
- Be one of the Senior PCAs performing tasks at customer’s location in Chantilly, VA and will designated as the site/task lead for this location.
- Have an in-depth knowledge of the NRO budget cycle and shall meet all of the requirements for a Senior-level PCA.
- Establish, maintain, and implement processes and procedures for MS&O/MOD Budget program management and financial requirements within MS&O/MOD budget office to meet mission requirements.
- Be the single focal point to ensure MS&O/MOD Budget program requirements are met and that all contractor staff meet mission requirements and objectives.
- Perform as the “gatekeeper” to ensure timely delivery of products as required and ensure delivered products are presented accurately and professionally (structure, format, content, etc.) that is in a form appropriate for senior level reviews.
- Ensure full and appropriate level staffing for the contract, working in collaboration with the BPO senior leadership in regard to appropriate staffing level and skills.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelors and fifteen (15) years or more of related experience; Masters and thirteen (13) years or more experience; PhD or JD and ten (10) years or more experience.
- Demonstrated expertise of IC budgetary principles and procedures - cost estimating, budgeting, financial management and governmental program accounting.
- Demonstrated expertise with federal budget processes to formulate budget estimates, develop and consolidate or edit budget justifications and reports.
- Ability to implement the Intelligence Community (IC) Program and Budget Submission (IPBS) and the DoD Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution System (PPBES).
- Knowledge of various quantitative techniques used to analyze data, develop models and interpret results. Competencies include descriptive statistics, trend analysis, learning curve theory, modeling and simulation.
- Knowledge of acquisition management regulations, practices, policies and procedures including major system acquisition lifecycle resource planning practices and procedures and Acquisition Program Baseline development and PMPs.
- Experience in the application of cost analysis methodologies in major system acquisition environment.
- Knowledge of the NRO budget cycle.
- Complete understanding and wide application of federal and agency-specific principles, concepts, practices, and standards, to include an understanding of the Federal Appropriations Law.
- Experience on/with NRO Financial systems and tools.
- Ability to learn and proficiently utilize multiple financial systems and tools to properly account for budget plans, requirements, transfers, and to complete any transaction necessary to facilitate budget execution.
- Ability to work in a dynamic budget environment which requires balancing competing priorities and critical schedules.
- Critical thinking and ability to work well with a wide variety of customers requesting financial data.
*Clearance to be able to start and to remain on the program: TS/SCI with Polygraph.
Covid Policy: SAIC does not require COVID-19 vaccinations or boosters. Customer site vaccination requirements must be followed when work is performed at a customer site.
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