Mgr Programs 2
- Plymouth, MN
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Northrop Grumman's Defense System sector is looking for a Program Manager 2 to support the Missile Products business unit.
NG Defense Systems Sector has a challenging opportunity for a in the Fuzing and Integrated Ordnance business area, within its Tactical Propulsion and Ordnance (TPO) group, located in Plymouth, MN. This Division of NGIS specializes in the development of Fuzes, Sensors, Warheads, and Integrated Ordnance products. The Program Manager 2 will manage Integrated Fuze/Ordnance programs with responsibility for cost, schedule and technical performance. The Program Manager 2 will represent NGIS in the customer community and lead the program team. The Program Manager 2 will direct functional organizations to achieve program objectives while managing risks and opportunities. The Program Manager 2 is responsible for leading and managing proposal preparation and contractual activates. The Program Manager 2 will promote a focus on safety and employ Lean/Six Sigma tools through program planning and execution.
The primary objective will be the delivery of all contractual requirements on cost and on schedule, while achieving all technical requirements and creating customer intimacy to support value creation strategies and actions. The individual will lead a cross-functional organization aligned to common program performance goals.
Program Managers are responsible for leading all phases of the program life cycle from inception (proposal development) through startup, execution, and completion (contract closeout). Primary responsibilities are the management of cost, schedule, and technical performance of company programs or subsystems and include, but are not limited to:
• Cultivating customer relationships and intimacy to develop further opportunities within the customer community
• Developing new business opportunities through long term strategic planning, capture planning, and development of proposals and business plans
• Establishing a program organization that effectively addresses customer requirements and incorporates the necessary internal and external sub-organizations
• Leading and directing cross-functional Integrated Program Teams (IPT) to meet program cost, schedule and technical performance objectives
• Measuring and reporting program performance
• Delivering presentations to customers, executive management and other program stakeholders
• Participating in the negotiation of contracts, contract changes, specifications, operating budgets, schedule milestones, and key terms and conditions
• Establishing design concepts, criteria, and engineering efforts for product research, development, integration and test
• Creation, review and finalization of the program Statement of Work
• Identification, distribution, tracking, and completion of program requirements
• Establishment and management of the program and subordinate baselines
• Development and adherence to budget baselines utilizing Earned Value Management (EVM) or similar cost & schedule control methodologies and tools
• Identifying, allocating and managing program resources, including workforce planning
• Managing Government/customer supplied property or information (GFE, CFE, etc.)
• Managing suppliers to meet program objectives
• Adherence to all internal processes, policies, and applicable industry standards
• Ensuring program team understands and adheres to contract scope, and manages change through control board activities
• Development and adherence to master plans and schedules
• Conducting thorough risk & opportunity management practices including identification, mitigation and realization
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