wASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL ANTHROPOLOGISTS

Job Opening

31 Jul 2015 4:52 PM | Anonymous

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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