Program Manager 2


Responsible for the cost, schedule and technical performance for the production of major aircraft assembly programs such as wings. Participates in the negotiation of contract and contract changes. Coordinates the preparation of proposals, business plans, proposal work statements and specifications, operating budgets and financial terms/conditions of contract. Position is responsible to integrate and direct multiple functions including engineering, production operations, supply chain management and customers. Position will require regular reporting to senior executives. Acts as primary customer contact for program activities, leading program review sessions with customer to discuss cost, schedule, and technical performance.

Other opportunities include establishing design concepts, criteria and engineering efforts for product research, development, integration and test. Develops new business or expands the product line with the customer. Establishes milestones and monitors adherence to master plans and schedules, identifies program problems and obtains solutions, such as allocation of resources or changing contractual specifications. Directs the work of employees assigned to the program from technical, manufacturing and administrative areas.


The successful candidate will typically have a bachelor s degree or equivalent.

Candidate should possess interpersonal skills and comfortable to coordinate issues, problem solve, manage teams to meet critical performance and financial goals, and be a self starter to deal with people and technical hurdles. Candidate should have understanding and/or experience with scheduling and managing to a plan, resource/budget management, Microsoft office, Project or equivalent scheduling tools, principles of risk management, technical experience in any of the functions noted above.

PMB and/or DAU program management ratings a plus. Experience in Earned value, development programs, production start up, production transition, customer negotiations, IPT leadership a plus.

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