Sandia National Laboratories Project Manager, United States Nuclear Detonation Detection System (USNDS) Team (Experienced) in Albuquerque, New Mexico
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The United States Nuclear Detonation Detection System (USNDS) team is seeking a Project Manager to provide schedule team leadership in the complex, dynamic program environment of USNDS Flight and Ground. You will partner closely with the Project Office and technical management to oversee schedule management and provide team leadership supporting a $1.3B+ portfolio in this high rigor environment.
On any given day, you may be called on to:
Provide guidance and oversight to the USNDS Schedule Team to include: 1.) managing assignments, 2.) validating schedule content, quality, and accuracy 3.) promote team development and mentoring, and 4.) ensure effective use of project controls and related products
Provide leadership and support the development of project plans, technical Work Breakdown Structures, milestones, and complex, highly integrated schedule environments
Exercise authority to provide business intelligence design and oversight for schedule analytics, data mining, visualization, tools and infrastructure, best practices, and procedures
Interpret programmatic requirements and negotiate Schedule Team deliverables with the USNDS Project Office and technical management.
Provide oversight to analyze and verify complex schedule critical and driving paths as represented in Primavera P6
Manage change in project scope as represented in the schedule environment, ensuring appropriate change control practices are in place and baseline schedules meet programmatic expectations.
Develop timely and accurate reports highlighting key technical and programmatic issues and summarizes schedule information for presentation to project stakeholders.
Build and maintain relationships with internal counterparts, communicate across project disciplines.
Bachelor’s degree in relevant discipline plus five or more years of experience, or equivalent
experience and/or achievements that demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and ability to perform the duties of the job
Enhanced project management skills and experience
Knowledge of program scope, experience with SPP and/or non-ND DOE scope
Ability to obtain and maintain a DOE Q-level security clearance
¿¿Demonstrated schedule competency leadership ability in a high rigor program
Ability and interest in mentoring team members using documented best practices
Domain knowledge of United States Nuclear Detonation Detection (USNDS) programs
Experience with interfacing with senior management and external sponsors
Experience working in high rigor programs
Department 10457 provides exceptional enhanced project management services to the high rigor USNDS Program in Center 6700. Through partnership with our Project Management Teams, our technical partners are better able to focus on the technical solutions required to achieve mission success. We provide enhanced project management support throughout the project lifecycle through an expert based, service-oriented team atmosphere.
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