Serve as the primary interface and point of contact with Government program authorities and representatives on technical program/project and contract administration issues; ultimately responsible for ensuring the successful performance of the contract; authorized to act on behalf of DCS within the scope of the AIR-5.1.6 contract
Essential Job Functions:
Act as the overall lead, manager and administrator for the contracted effort.
Serve as the primary interface and point of contact with Government program authorities and representatives on technical and program/project issues.
Oversee contractor personnel program/project operations.
Organize, direct and coordinate the planning and production of all contract and subcontract support activities.
Specific functions include:
Attend and participate in Effort Management Meetings and Program Management Reviews.
Coordinate with the COR to ensure personnel are adequately assigned to individual efforts to ensure successful completion of program requirements.
Coordinate with the COR to promptly address and correct any performance issues.
Ensure personnel are clearly aligned with the job functions.
Ensure personnel follow the General Hours of Operation.
Ensure personnel requiring additional certifications, training, security clearances, agreements, and all other personnel documentation in performance of this contract meet these requirements in a timely manner.
Ensure time and attendance is performed.
Ensure CDRLs are delivered.
Ensure SOW-required notifications and submissions to the Government (e.g. PCO, COR, TPOC) are submitted for review or approval in a timely and accurate manner.
Manage the invoice process to ensure timely payment to subcontractors.
Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
A High School Diploma plus 14 years of experience or a Bachelor's Degree plus 8 years of experience 6 years of experinece is required.
Experience with Naval Aviation air vehicle test & evaluation policies, processes, and procedures.