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An experienced Earned Value Management System Manager sought to join BAE Systems Platforms and Services in York, PA to work within its CAS Enterprise Program Controls/ Program Management system supporting the next phase of the PIM LRIP Program. BAE's current program portfolio includes several multi-year programs. These programs are based in the design, development, production, support, maintenance, modernization and upgrades to armored combat vehicles.
In addition to managing the on-going requirements of its programs, the Program Controls / Performance Measurement System is integrated with the Financial Systems to provide information required for near-term and long-term planning.
Under limited direction, the selected individual will be responsible for leading the implementation of EVMS, Financial reporting and program control functions/systems based on requirements as defined by the US Department of Defense (DOD) using the Earned Value Management System Interpretation Guide. Oversee the work, resources, and dollars using program controls tools drawing from advanced understanding of program management methodology, program control principles, and hands-on experience with planning and cost processing software. Manage a team of analysts, and interface with other Program Controls Specialists in the development of templates, serving as a planning and cost processing tool expert, and advising division/program managers on the trends and progress of their plans and schedules. Responsible for the preparation and analysis of monthly trend and Earned Value (EV) performance reports (IPMR/CPR's), processing updates to the Estimate to Complete (EAC) and implementing baseline revisions. Acts as a Forward Facing Resource interfacing with internal and external Senior Leadership including DCMA and DCAA.
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