Triumph Enterprises--Corporate Headquarters

  • Program Manager

    Location US-MD-Bethesda
    Posted Date 3 months ago(8/16/2018 8:50 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-2124
  • Job Description

    ATTENTION:   Program Managers

     

    With "ownership" comes both responsibility and rewards.  Beyond your technical expertise (outlined below), you must be resourceful, detail-oriented, and 100% client focused, with a continuing passion for your profession. The rewards of joining Triumph Enterprises will include competitive compensation, exceptional benefits, matching 401K, and professional/training development allowances that exceed many companies of larger size and stature. Triumph Enterprises is a “Best-in-Class” employer (as validated by HR Solutions).  Built around four core values, our employees, managers and leadership team work collaboratively to grow and sustain a “Triumph Culture” where:  

    • “Client focus” has earned the trust and loyalty of our valued clients.
    • “Integrity” has earned us a reputation for doing the right thing in all situations.
    • “Imagination” and innovation has created new and exciting opportunities for both our company and our people.
    • “Employee Engagement” has resulted in benefits, promotions from within, a balanced work environment, professional development/training, social opportunities, and a culture of empowerment where our employees are as equally valued as our clients. 

    Responsibilities

    This position will support our valued client; support National Institutes of Health (NIH), Information Security Program Information Security Awareness Office, Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO). 

     

    The Program Manager will serve as the overall manager for the contract and shall be the contractor’s interface with the Government Contracting Officer (CO), the contract level Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR), government management personnel and customer agency representatives.  The Program Manager is responsible for formulating and enforcing work standards, assigning contractor schedules, reviewing work discrepancies, supervising contractor personnel and communicating policies, purposes, and goals of the organization to subordinates.

      

    The Program Manager must have a proven track record of working with Government customers to foster an environment of open and proactive communication to ensure achievement of the client’s performance objectives. 

     

    The successful candidate shall be responsible for overall contract performance as well as technical team performance:

     

    • Ensuring the program projects stays on schedule and program remains within budget;
    • Coordinating and facilitating all known contract issues with the COR;
    • Managing project team performance by aligning with the Client’s objectives and ensuring delivery through delegation to project team leads;
    • Providing periodic reports to the Government’s representatives;
    • Recruitment, status reporting, risk management, and handling of issues that cannot be resolved by/in the project team escalating them when required;
    • Program issue resolution and working with the client for resolution.
    • Creating and enforcing enterprise-wide NIH solutions based on existing government established security program mission and vision; and
    • Coordinating with Triumph ensuring adherence to policies and procedures.
    • A degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, or related field.  Master’s degree preferred.
    • Experience with Federal Government IT Security programs, ideally with NIH, HHS, and/or DHS.

    Qualifications / Requirements

    • Minimum of fifteen years’ experience, of which at least eight years must be specialized. Specialized experience includes: program management related to IT security, program management from inception to deployment, expertise in the management and control of funds and resources using complex reporting mechanisms, demonstrated capability in managing multi-task contracts and/or subcontracts of various types and complexity.
    • Thorough understanding of Information Security Technical and Compliance requirements (such as FISMA and NIST Special Publications) is required. 
    • Ability to interface with various technical project leads to provide program vision and interpret technical aspects of each area for the government leads and assign tasks as needed.
    • Demonstrated understanding of complex contract structures.
    • Staff management experience of no less than 45 FTE’s

     

    Preferred Education and Experience:

    • Clearance:  Public Trust with potential to be cleared at the Top Secret level
    • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification
    • Security-focused specialized certifications (such as CISSP)
    • Management experience with program of no less than 45 FTE’s
    • Understanding of subcontract management

    Company Overview

    Founded in 2005, Triumph has risen to meet the Federal government’s growing need for mission-critical Cybersecurity; Business Intelligence, Analytics, and Data Visualization; and Program Management expertise.

    Our thought leaders help organizations translate business vision and strategy into effective mission initiatives and outcomes. We pride ourselves on the experience, intelligence, and commitment of our professionals. A critical success factor for Triumph is our culture of trust that runs across the breadth of the organization promoting healthy relationships, encouraging creativity, and driving our employees to deliver results and work toward continuous improvement.

     

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