wASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL ANTHROPOLOGISTS

Job Opening

31 Jul 2015 4:52 PM | Cathleen Crain

Project Manager for National Meetings and Consultations Development and Implementation.

 

Project Manager (PM).  The PM will serve as the principal point of contact for the Government.

The PM will:

• Assign, supervise, and coordinate Contractor staff and consultants/subcontracts.

• Assure that data on the cost and progress of all tasks is available in regular reports and upon request.

• Assure and monitor the quality of all work products, notify the Government as soon as practicable of any problems encountered in completing the work within a Task for a Project Assignment.

• Ensure staffing continuity.

• Maintain close communication with the Government and develop Work Plans and budgets in response to Project Assignments generated by the COR; develop revised budgets to reflect any changes in Project Assignments.

• Monitor progress of Project Assignment.

• Ensure the Project Assignment requirements are fulfilled.

• Prepare reports.

  • ·       Design content of facilitation or meetings.
  • ·       Develop team to ensure high quality facilitation, rapporteur, note taking.
  • ·       Ensure quality recording of meeting activities.
  • ·       Design summation and reporting process.
  • ·       Ensure quality of summaries and reports.

 EXPERTISE REQUIRED. The potential candidate must have:

 Minimum five (5) years’ progressively responsible experience in the design and implementation of the content and logistics for meetings and consultations nationally.

  • ·       Excellent data development, management, analysis, and communication skills.
  • ·       Excellent planning skills as demonstrated by successful prior projects.
  • ·       Excellent written and spoken communication skills.
  • ·       Familiarity with print and online media, as well as new media technology utilization.
  • ·       Demonstrated ability to successfully manage multiple complex tasks.
  • ·       Excellent judgment and creative problem solving skills, including negotiation and conflict resolution skills.
  • ·       Exceptional written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills. Demonstrated ability to convey messages through clear and concise writing.
  • ·       Ability to travel domestically at approximately 25%.

 

Job Station:  Metropolitan, Washington, DC.  Will require domestic travel.

Job Start: This is a contingent hire; if the position becomes available, it will start approximately September 15, 2015.

Pay and Benefits: To be discussed with qualified candidates.

Resumes Only to:  Info@ltgassociates.com by COB 8/7/15

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