Battle Resource Management, Inc.

  • PMO Project Lead

    Job Locations US-DC-Washington
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(6/5/2018 3:06 PM)
    # of Openings
    Management Consulting
  • Overview

    This project is to mature an existing small federal agency PMO. The PMO maintains and enhances the program and project management methodologies, processes, tools, and reporting for all application development projects. This already established PMO has a strong foundation set-up and is working toward stage of maturity by institutionalizing agile practices, consistent reporting, and practical support to projects.


    The Project Manager of this PMO is a hands-on project manager leading a small team to implement practical and actionable PMO support activities for a small federal government agency. Responsibilities include:

    • Assess the current PMO and develop an updated multi-year roadmap
    • Create/update the Center of Excellence to inclue best practices, methodologies, policies, procedures, tools, and knowledge base
    • Regular updates to the SDLC methodology including more options for Agile implementation
    • Best practices research, evaluation, and incorporation into the PMO practices
    • Facilitation of user groups, stakeholder workshops, and executive meetings
    • Development of executive and management briefings
    • Review of application development project schedules, expert evaluation of progress against goals, provide recommendations on project recovery actions
    • Design and develop program and project reporting dashboards using available tools
    • Design and develop communications artifacts (both online and paper) for distribution to the organization
    • Maintain the an online knowledge center
    • Train users in PMO practices, tool usage, and reporting
    • Create, collect, and maintain CIO leadership enterprise-wide reports (program health, dashboards, progress tracking)
    • Research Agile tools for use by the agency
    • Team leadership and management of tasks
    • Establish PMO scehdule, tasks, and report regularly on PMO progress against tasks


    The ideal candidate to lead this effort has a strong background in leading Program/Project Management Offices for small agencies/mission areas, is a hands-on Project Manager, understands agile practice application, has successfully design project reporting, and has experience implementing project management tools.

    • At least 10-years total experience, 5 of which have been in managing programs and projects
    • Active PMP certification
    • Recent and demonstrated hands-on work in designing project reporting, reviewing and baselining project schedules, EVM, and agile practices for EVM equivalency
    • Hands on experience with the Microsoft suite of project management tools (MS-Project, Project Online, SharePoint, etc.)
    • Must possess strong communication, analytical and effective consulting skills
    • Ability to elicit requirements from key stakeholders
    • Ability to facilitate working sessions and user group meetings
    • Demonstrated ability to create and deliver executive briefings
    • Understanding of how federal planning and budgeting of capital spending relates to project portfolio management
    • Demonstrated experience in developing and documenting PMO methodology and related forms, templates and tools
    • Successful management of several large, projects
    • Excellent organizational skills with the ability to coordinate multiple work strings, multi-task and work well under tight deadlines
    • Strong interpersonal skills and proven experience in building successful project teams and partnerships with business and technical groups
    • Self-starter with ability to perform, manage and lead work independently



    We are an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and commitment at all levels. All individuals, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply. Employment policies and decisions on employment and promotion are based on merit, qualifications, performance, and business needs. The decisions and criteria governing the employment relationship with all employees are made in a nondiscriminatory manner, without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, or any other factor determined to be unlawful by federal, state, or local statutes. 


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