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Local Program Manager (LPM) Washington DC area – POC in Listing

Posted by on June 28, 2020

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Local Program Manager (LPM)

Responsibilities:

  1. The Local Program Manager (LPM) is the Continental U.S. (CONUS) focal point for all Contractor functions WPS.
  2. Plan and direct ongoing strategy to mitigate risk and maintain continuity of operations of the program in accordance with the requirements.
  3. Provide leadership, management, and direction to program management staff and to senior staff implementing program services CONUS and Outside the Continental U.S. (OCONUS) (e.g., training services, security services, logistics, etc.).
  4. Accountable to DS/OPO/WPS and the CO for schedule, budget, performance, and quality of all program elements.
  5. Coordinate with CONUS and OCONUS Department personnel, developing professional relationships with OCONUS personnel to include, but not limited to:
  1. Embassy personnel
  2. RSO and RSO staff
  3. Private security personnel working for the Department or other government agencies
  4. U.S. and foreign diplomatic personnel
  5. Foreign security personnel
  1. Ensure all necessary Contractor effort is planned, provided, and maintained to the standards required by the contract.
  2. The LPM must have the authority to commit company resources for all actions necessary to perform work under this program, including training.
  3. Attend all regularly scheduled meetings with DS/OPO/WPS, as well as special and unscheduled meetings required by the COR or CO.
  4. Must be available to and communicate with DS/OPO/WPS on a reliable and prompt basis regarding any/all aspects of the contract.

Qualifications:

For bio approval, the LPM shall meet the following qualifications:

  1. Must be a U.S. citizen.
  2. At a minimum, be a certified project management professional (PMP). Information on these certifications is available at www.pmi.org.
  3. Must possess either:
  1. A Master’s degree from an accredited institution and five (5) years of applicable work experience.

a.       A minimum of five (5) years of this experience must have been work in planning, evaluating, analyzing, and implementing Government security-type programs, specifically personal protection, emergency response team, or guard force.

b.      A minimum of three (3) years of this experience must have been supervisory experience.

  1. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and eight (8) years of applicable work experience.

a.       A minimum of seven (7) years of this experience must have been work in planning, evaluating, analyzing, and implementing Government security-type programs, specifically personal protection, emergency response team, or guard force.

b.      A minimum of five (5) years of this experience must have been supervisory experience.

  1. An Associate’s degree from an accredited institution and thirteen (13) years of applicable work experience.

a.       A minimum of ten (10) years of this experience must have been work in planning, evaluating, analyzing, and implementing Government security-type programs, specifically personal protection, emergency response team, or guard force.

b.      A minimum of seven (7) years of this experience must have been supervisory experience.

  1. Fifteen (15) years of applicable work experience providing services on WPS or other DS-related security program.

a.       A minimum of ten (10) years of this experience must have been work in planning, evaluating, analyzing, and implementing Government security-type programs, specifically personal protection, emergency response team, or guard force.

  1. A minimum of seven (7) years of this experience must have been supervisory experience.
  2. Must possess demonstrated experience working with a wide range of procurement and logistics issues.
  3. Demonstrated experience supporting international administrative and logistical support functions.

Upon bio approval and before beginning work on the contract, the LPM shall:

  1. Attend and successfully complete the “Working at an Embassy” briefing,.
  2. Obtain and maintain a Personnel Security Clearance as identified in the TO.
  3. Obtain and maintain awareness of and familiarity with the DS Deadly Force Policy and any Mission Firearms Policy(ies)
  4. Possess no impediments to traveling overseas to and within countries that are considered dangerous or unhealthy in general, or to the country or countries.

Info

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  • Salary: Not provided
  • Clearance Required: No
  • Spouse Friendly: No

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