Project Manager - Intermediate Level - Military veterans preferred
2019-01-12 SAIC (www.saic.com)
Fort Knox Kentucky 40121 United States
SAIC is seeking Project Manager to join our team at the U.S.
Army Human Resources Command. The Project Manager will lead a team that is sustaining
software in an enterprise environment.
Responsible for managing the complete software development
life cycle (SDLC) of enterprise application solutions for the US Army Human
Resources Command supporting the Army Recruiting Support Branch.
Creates and maintains system change records.
Compiles cost and schedule estimates for software
Develops and maintains project plans and schedules.
Provides oversight of system requirement and design
Provides quality assurance of completed project
Maintains the project repository of SDLC artifacts.
Conducts quality gate reviews with project stakeholders.
Plans and coordinates software deployments.
Acts as the primary interface to functional users.
Completes periodic project status reports.
Manages project risks and issues.
Develops multiple courses of action and provides
recommendations to leadership.
Coordinates supporting resources outside of team.
4+ years managing and directing projects.
Experience and proficiency using Microsoft Office products.
Creative problem solving abilities and strong work ethic with “can do” attitude.
Ability to function at a fast pace with multiple deadlines.
Ability to communicate diplomatically with project stakeholders.
US Citizen – No dual citizenship.
Possess a SECRET clearance or have the ability to obtain one. Must have at least an interim SECRET to begin work on the contract.
Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute.
Experience with Microsoft Project or similar products.
Experience with Microsoft SharePoint.
Knowledge of US Army accessions operations.
Knowledge of US Army retention operations.
Knowledge of Software Development Life Cycle
Experience managing software development projects.
Knowledge of IT networks, servers, application servers, and databases.