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Sr. Program Manager

Boston Government Services, LLC

This is a Full-time position in Oak Ridge, LA posted July 20, 2021.

The Senior Program Manager serves as IT Program Manager to facilitate customer interactions with the client and support staff.


  • Directs the activities of the project office team members to achieve project goals (as required).
  • Build relationships and interact effectively with co-workers and leadership supporting the assigned project(s).
  • Direct the activities of vendors / consultants as required for implementations.
  • Utilize expertise to provide backup support and facilitate the development and growth of project staff as they expand their roles and responsibilities and strengthen their skills.
  • Provides project management consultation services to project team members.
  • Applies diversified knowledge of principles, practices and standards to assignments.
  • Educates and promotes the development and use of fundamental project management processes and methodologies.
  • Takes a leadership role in promotion of project management initiatives.
  • Assists in the formulation, administration and coordination of project management best practices and policies.
  • Possess a strong understanding of resource capacity planning and management and portfolio management and control.
  • Provides project management consultation and advisory services to Ballad departments as required.
  • Meets frequently with the team, helps staff grow in their positions, develops their skills and future potential (succession plan), and maintain a high level of knowledge regarding Project Management. Provides coaching and feedback regularly
  • Shares information with direct reports, co-workers and encourages co-worker participation in organizations and programs.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Engineering or equivalent work experience.
  • > 16 years experience with Project Management or related function (planning, scheduling, project coordination, earned value analysis).
  • Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference
  • Effective leadership skills and strong customer service orientation.
  • Advanced analytical skills to resolve simple to complex technical and procedural problems.
  • Superior organizational and people management skills.
  • Presentation and facilitation skills (to large groups).
  • Strong communication skills, especially in making technical subjects understandable to non-technical people. Ability to articulate both high level and detailed aspects of a situation or project
  • Project Management Institute (PMI) Certification (PMP) preferred.
  • DOE Q or DOD TSC/SCI preferred or the ability to obtain.

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