Project Manager (Level II) – Lakewood, CO
Minimum Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in a business related field. Must have at least four (4) years of experience in the project management field or a related area. DAWIA or FAC-P/PM Level II Program Manager Certification, or other Professional Project
Management Certification is desired.
This position requires an individual able to independently manage, with little to no supervision
from Program Manager or Senior Personnel, technical or program support operations for
multiple Government task orders for products and services. The workload to be managed
includes a diverse portfolio of federal customers utilizing a variety of different contract vehicles.
Primary duties include: organize, directs, and coordinates all program/technical support activity
planning and execution. Reviewing and providing technical recommendations for new and
existing work. Must be able to navigate and utilize GSA Acquisition Planning Tools, become
knowledgeable in GSA’s funding and acquisition timeline processes. This person must be able
to professionally interact with all levels of management. Establishes and alters project
management structure as needed to effectively support acquisition timeline activities. The
Project Manager II works with appropriate Government management/leadership officials on the
status of Contractor program/technical activities and problems, issues, or conflicts and
possesses knowledge or experience in program performance management. Possesses
knowledge of professional topics such as earned value management, business process
improvement, program management, project management, business case analysis, scheduling, cost analysis, process mapping, facilitation, management theories and industry best practices.
The Project Manager has the ability to conduct research and write about general management
theories and best practices. This person must be able to perform PM-related tasks through any
phase of the acquisition lifecycle with minimal assistance or guidance.