Program Manager 2 / COI Manager - TS/SCI

Northrop Grumman Mission Systems, Mission Solutions and Advanced GEOINT Business unit is seeking a skilled Technical Program manager to provide Program/Project Management and support within the DoD Intelligence Community. This position will be leading a specific Community of Interest (COI) area; oversight across multiple projects with specific project managers reporting into the COI lead. Successful candidate must have the ability to manage the integration of multiple applications to form a single cohesive solution. Software development/COTS integration and O&M are managed within this COI.

This portfolio is valued at $30M with approximately 26 applications and over 100 personnel made up of Northrop Grumman employees and teammates for a blended team. It includes both tactical oversight of the projects and line management responsibilities for the Northrop Grumman project managers within the COI. Responsible for cost, schedule and technical performance of programs/projects. Duties include the key elements of Program/Project Management, Functional Management and Customer Relations.

Customer interaction is a large part of this assignment. Excellent customer communication is a must as there are 17 government POCs for this COI and having a technical background to understand the execution of the applications also required. Must have demonstrated qualifications to plan, organize, staff, report, coordinate, control, identify/mitigate risk, and direct all phases of programs/projects from inception through completion. Candidate will coordinate the preparation of ECPs. Act as primary customer contact for all program/project activities within that COI. Candidate will exert influence on the overall objectives and long-range strategic goals of the organization. Interact with senior internal and external personnel on significant matters often requiring coordination between several organizations.

Responsibilities may include:

  • Monthly reporting of Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan reporting per application
  • Managing and updating of spend plans monthly
  • Providing cost estimates for ECRs
  • Weekly status reporting
  • Managing the technical baseline and schedules overseeing the application PMs
  • Performing as an application PM for smaller applications
  • Communicate/collaborate with the Government POCs

Work location is Reston, VA or Washington, DC (Joint Base Bolling-Anacostia); employees and government program managers reside at both locations.


Basic Qualifications:

Bachelors Degree - preferably in Computer Science, Engineering or other technical field or equivalent with 10 years of Program Management experience required.

Must possess and active/current TS/SCI clearance with the ability to successfully complete a


PMP Certification is required.

Demonstrated experience managing software development efforts is required.

Thorough understanding and experience with the SDLC.

Preferred Qualifications:

Execution/experience with ITIL service improvement, service management, service transition.

Current active DIA clearance.

Experience supporting DIA based programs.

Experience with Northrop Grumman process and policies.

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