Credence LLC NC3 Program Manager, Senior in Hanscom AFB, Massachusetts
Credence Management Solutions, LLC (Credence) is seeking a Senior Program Manager to support the Air Force Nuclear Command, Control and Communications (NC3) program at Hanscom AFB, MA. The position performs as part of a highly technical team of civilian contractors supporting the NC3 Division within the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center (AFNWC).
Track, manage, and evaluate risk to Government from contract execution by comparing submitted basis of estimate to award values through Integrated Baseline Review process.
Develop various reports using DoDI 5000.02 to evaluate the cost, schedule and performance of NC3 ACAT program to transition from development to production.
Prepare and brief for various events, such as, but not limited to: Budget Execution Review (BER), Weapon System Review Portfolio briefings, Monthly Activity Report (MAR), Program Management Review (PMR), Acquisition Strategy Plan (ASP), or IPT risk assessments.
Develop acquisition reports, including statutory and regulatory reports (i.e. DAES, SAR, MAR, Program Office Estimates etc.) on NC3 program.
Formulate plans and recommend effective strategies in meeting cost, schedule and performance objectives.
Top Secret security clearance.
Master’s degree and Ten (10) years of relevant experience, OR; Bachelor’s degree and Eighteen (18) years of relevant experience, OR; Twenty-Two (22) years of relevant experience may substitute in lieu of a degree.
Experience supporting the DoD acquisition lifecycle with experience and comprehensive knowledge of principles, policies, and practices of systems acquisition and program management, as defined in DoDI 5000.02, AFI 63-101/20-101, as well as knowledge of roles and relationships within the DoD and the Air Force.
Experience with acquisition management, program management, budget/finance principles and methodologies, modernization planning, and the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Executing (PPBE) process.
Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative techniques for gathering, analyzing, and measuring the effectiveness, efficiency and productivity of acquisition programs.
Experience with acquisition program management practices in planning, researching, analyzing, and assessing system acquisition in terms of development, production, and deployment of weapons systems and associated equipment.
Requisition ID: NC3.84