Qualifications for the Project Manager are:
- The Project Manager shall be available to the COR via telephone between the hours of 0730 and 1630 EST, Monday through Friday, and shall respond to a request for discussion or resolution of technical problems within two (2) hours of notification.
- A minimum of 5 years of supervisory experience on projects of similar size and scope. While not required, the USCG would prefer 8-10 years of supervisory experience with projects similar in scope and size.
- Candidates must possess knowledge and experience working with the USCG/DHS Capital Planning and Investment Control (INVEST) and the Resource Allocation Plan (RAP) systems.
- Candidates must possess knowledge and experience with Human Resources Information Technology and with the US Government Military Pay and Personnel information system.
- Provide support for IT infrastructure life cycle support, from original requirements definition through implementation, sustaining operations and maintenance, evaluation and refreshment, and phase-out and disposal.
- Maintain Direct Access system performance requirements for suitability, availability, dependability, reliability, maintainability, supportability, quality, and affordability. This will include monitoring performance metrics of the system and providing the COR a monthly report on the performance of the system.
- Develop, apply, and monitor change control and configuration management standards.
- Review USCG CG-6813’s Configuration Management Plan, and shall provide inputs as required, for the Government to implement the plan. The plan shall also be reviewed and edited to include information that meets the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) inventory standards, components within a Certification and Accreditation boundaries, or high-impact mission support systems. This plan shall include a library of accurate and up-to-date configuration management and technical data, to include such items as documentation updates, as-built drawings, and drawing updates with field and design changes. The Contractor shall review and develop this library and provide inputs and assist in updating the Configuration Management Plan. The PM shall make all configuration management data readily accessible to project management.
- Develop and maintain a Risk Matrix Plan. This critical input will be in coordination with the Information Systems Security Officer (on both the Government and Contractor side).
- Provide analyses and draft recommendations to the Coast Guard to improve information technology organizational and managerial practices, and program maturity and effectiveness.
- Apply in-depth knowledge of information technology standards and best practices to the milestones and demands of a Military Personnel and Payroll system. Specifically, apply expertise and methods to maximize the business and technology through continuous investment cycles, producing improved service delivery to the government.
- Draft strategic or tactical recommendations and support for the identification, understanding, monitoring, and resolution of Direct Access Management issues.
- Provide project management support for the key development activities of the project in the scope of this project.
- Work with the program lead to develop a comprehensive project plan (roadmap) that identifies the tasks, defines project staff roles/responsibilities, and provide a timeline for completion of tasks.
- The Contractor shall provide input and assist in reviewing and updating CG-6813’s Communication Plan (estimated to be 6 times per year, although this is a rough estimate and not guaranteed). This plan shall include communication to stakeholder on the impacts of the Direct Access system’s changes, communication to advance users, and communication to the regular users.
- Be responsible for preparing Enterprise Architecture (EA), Systems Engineering Lifecycle (SELC), and Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) documentation in accordance with reporting requirements that will be associated with execution of this project.
- Assist the staff with identifying problems and providing solutions for both technical and other project related issues.
- Provide on-going evaluation of project work, quality, and timelines for completion of projects.
Security Clearance Requirement:
- National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI)
Educational and Certification Requirements:
- Masters of Science (MS) degree in Information Technology or Computer Science required.
- Project Management Professional (PMP) required.
Information Assurance Technician (IAT) Level 2 or Information Assurance Manager (IAM) Level 2 preferred. (Candidates that do not possess an IAT Level 2 or IAM Level 2 must be able to obtain one of these certifications within 6 months).
Technical and Management Resources, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate with regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, or Vietnam veteran status. This policy affirms TMR’s commitment to the principles of fair employment and the elimination of discriminatory practices. We encourage all employees to take advantage of opportunities for promotion as they occur.