Program Manager - Merida

Program Manager - Merida

15 nov

15 nov



Olgoonik is a strong family of professional contracting companies established to create benefits for our Alaska Native shareholders and fueled by the belief that to do so our operations must remain of the highest quality, our employees qualified and principled, and our commitment to safety and every client’s mission unconditional.

From our roots in Alaska’s Arctic to our operations in South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East, our experienced and dependable workforce consistently delivers results through a sharp combination of innovation and practicality.

**Program Manager - Merida**:

**Olgoonik is an Equal Opportunity Employer EEO AA M/F/Vet/Disability**


The Program Manager will reside in Mexico City, Mexico and shall have direct responsibility for successful management of all task orders, issues, ad all contractual requirements of the assigned program. This position is required to implement and maintain project cost accounting and record keeping processes. The Program Manager prepares written and oral reports for the President as requested and works closely with the Deputy Program Manager and related field operations of the company. In addition, the Program Manager works closely with other departments such as Human Resources, Security and Accounting to provide timely project related information.

**Primary Responsibilities**:

- Defines and leads top priority contract initiatives to successfully achieve project goals

- Manages Customer Relations relating to the Merida Program

- Develops and manages project budget

- Leads project team, exercising a wide degree of creativity in solutions-oriented management

- Reports to the President of the Logistics and Operations Division and assists senior management in the development and implementation of contract performance measurement criteria that ensure alignment and enable performance tracking against strategic and operational objectives, goals and targets.

- Serves as overall project manager and is responsible for the implementation and management of the program for the duration of the program

- Is responsible to the CO and COR for all contract/task order specific performance issues

- Advise and assist DoS and INL customers regarding the technical scope of the contract and all task orders

- Manages the timely submittal of all Task Order Proposal Request

- Provides top level oversight for Quality Control, Health and Safety, Risk Mitigation, HR/Recruiting, Property, Performance Improvement, and other plans as required

- Submits to the customer mobilization and work plans, weekly, Monthly and annual status reports and all other reports and deliverables as required

- Insures accurate and timely invoices are submitted to the customer every 30 days.

- Supports strategic and tactical business improvements to create profitability, competitive advantages and customer value

- Designs and implements strategic and operational performance measurement systems

- Supports the growth of the business through business development activities, including technical writing support on past performance questionnaires, proposal preparation and client visits

- Coordinates with other divisions to obtain required support on cross functional projects

- Insures company policies, programs and information are communicated and implemented appropriately

- Performs other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the Division President

**Supervisory Responsibilities**:

This position has supervisory responsibilities for program management office staff in Mexico City and other locations as assigned.

**Education and/or Experience**:

- Ten years professional experience generally in high level bilateral security operations, logistics, overseas staffing, or operations management with five years of direct Project/Program Management experience.

- A significant background in federal contract administration.

- Management experience in a government contract setting is essential.

**Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities**:

- Ten years professional experience generally in high level bilateral security operations, logistics, overseas staffing, or operations management with five years of direct Project/Program Management experience.

- Knowledge of general customer requirements and trends within the security and rule of law institutions pertaining to government contracting.

- Demonstrated ability to implement and maintain QA/QC procedures.

- Must be able to think strategically and work towards meeting short and long term goals.

- Experience with employment selection and identifying developments needs of employees required.

- Must have the ability to monitor work and adjust priorities as needed. Sound business ethics and consistency in words and actions is required.

- Leadership ability that will enhance the skills and spirit of the employees, foster a stimulating work environment that embraces diversity, encourages open communication and fosters respect for the individual whi