Job: Project Manager, GeoSearch, Inc., Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ 85001 United States
Geospatial Mid Level Specialist
We are actively searching for a Project Manager to work onsite at a government facility in Phoenix, AZ. This is a one year contract with the option to add an additional year. The successful candidate will provide project management support for public lands access projects directly to the Bureau of Land Management. The candidate will be responsible for overall execution of the task or project, communicate significant issues with the project sponsor, and provide reports and briefings to project stakeholders. You will also apply quality control and assurance measures to the management and performance.
- Communicate significant issues with project sponsor and provide reports and briefings to the COR.
- Apply quality control and assurance measures to the management and performance of the task/delivery order.
- Organize, direct, and coordinate planning and production of all task/delivery order support activities.
- Direct the generation, performance and review of task/delivery order deliverable items.
- Manage task/delivery order costs and ensure conformity with contract terms and conditions.
- Assign, schedule, and review the work of subordinates.
- Coordinate with appropriate management personnel, other contractor managers, and BLM representatives.
- Take appropriate action and coordinate policies and activities with appropriate personnel as required.
- The BLM may call upon the PM to support the various documentation activities that go along with developing data standards and business requirements.
- Provide demonstrations and briefings for state staff on progress and results, and with NOC staff and the COR for all aspects of the work.
- Perform project management activities to ensure all remote staff are coordinated with the broad goals of the Sprint.
- Prepare and submit weekly status/progress reports for the COR and state staff in the format provided by the COR.
- Support logistical and administrative needs for all GIS Specialists.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university
- Familiarity with natural resources or The Dingell Act
- Four years of geospatial project management experience with PMP certification preferred
- Demonstrated experience in developing written technical documentation (such as metadata, training materials, business process workflow diagrams, white papers, etc.)
- Demonstrated experience of greater than 2 years developing and reviewing geospatial or tabular data to meet data standards, such as ensuring requisite data schemas, attribute definitions and domains, file naming conventions, etc.
- Demonstrated experience of greater than 2 years developing and documenting business workflows in the natural resource community and geospatially-enabling those workflows.
- Minimum of two years working in a team environment and able to organize, direct, and coordinate planning and production of all task/delivery order support activities.
- Minimum of two years of experience with projects that communicated significant issues with project sponsor, provided reports and briefings to project stakeholders, and applied quality control and assurance measures to the management and performance of the task/delivery order.
All job offers are contingent upon passing a background check and drug screening.
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