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Project Manager
Veterans Affairs, Remote
Confirmed live in the last 24 hours
Washington, DC, USA
Experience Level
  • Our Federal contracts require that you be a U.S. Citizen to be eligible for employment
  • All work must be conducted within the U.S
  • As a government contractor, all hires may be required to meet additional pre-employment contingencies to the extent required by applicable law, at the time of hire or any time thereafter
  • Years of Experience: 5+ yrs experience in software design & development architecture, or operations
  • Degree Requirement: Bachelors Degree
  • Systems Management: demonstrated ability to organize people, technology, culture, and operations to drive solutions to significantly complex business problems
  • Client Management: demonstrated ability to maximize client satisfaction in a contractual relationship
  • Written Technical Expression: demonstrated use of plain language to communicate information that others comprehend
  • Tactical Implementation: demonstrated ability to implement a strategic plan in small, iterative cycles
  • Financial Management: ability to accurately manage project budgets and accurately forecast profit and loss
  • People Management: demonstrated ability to manage humans
  • Team Management: Ability to effectively manage a team, including successful management of interpersonal dynamics, administrative coordination and management of employee requests
  • Administrative Coordination: timesheet and invoice management
  • Entrepreneurism: Ability to identify and implement opportunities tied to revenue streams
  • Executive Leadership: Ability to nurture and grow managers
  • External Awareness: Remains current on external forces that may impact the organization or tech community
  • Ad Hoc Project Managers are responsible for keeping programs on timeline, scope, and price. That means everything from high-level project planning such as crafting project milestones, epics, and schedules, to finance projection and reconciliation, to personnel management. They ensure that the project has everything it needs to be successful and serves a technical role working to sign off on all solutions that are provided to clients
  • The Project Manager is responsible for (Essential Functions):
  • Develops strong customer and partner relationships to understand needs, maximize customer satisfaction, and identify new opportunities
  • Demonstrates experience managing teams outside of government contracting or experience within a government contracting environment
  • Ensures successful execution of contracts
  • Develops strategic project plans, goals, and approaches
  • Manages team members in collaboration with the Program Manager
  • Manages project/program finances
  • Interviews and on-board new team members and driving the recruitment process
  • Reports on contract deliverables as needed
  • Manages contract compliance and risk
  • Coordinates the administration of timesheets, resourcing, invoicing, reporting, support of growth efforts, and employee requests
  • Ensures that all systems operate smoothly and, in coordination with QA Manager, align with ISO and CMMI quality standards
  • In addition to end to end project management for small to moderate projects, the Project Manager will support across related projects under the guidance of a Program Manager or Senior Program Manager
  • Additional Responsibilities:
  • Contract coordination efforts: Verifies invoices, data checks modifications, tracks options exercised and funding as well as roles allocated, deliverable reporting, compliance and risk efforts, etc
  • Update of program artifacts: Project plans, employee rosters, status reports, financial trackers, contract trackers, onboarding and offboarding trackers, etc
  • Supports team management efforts: Timesheet administration, reporting, employee requests (such as continuing education or expense reports), as well as coordinates/facilitates team building and employee health activities for overall team wellness
  • Supports recruiting/financial efforts: Tracks open program roles and progresses actions to ensure timely staffing and forecasting
  • Supports strategic efforts: Supports the development of strategic project plans, goals, and approaches as well as any new or organic coordination efforts
Ad Hoc

501-1,000 employees

Government digital software building company
Company Overview
Ad Hoc's mission is to help the federal government serve people by helping agencies transform public services into digital services. The company designs and engineers government systems that connect Veterans with services, bring affordable health care to millions of people, and support important programs like Head Start.
  • Health, dental, & vision insurance
  • Parental leave
  • 401(k) plan
  • PTO
  • Company-provided laptop
  • Short and long-term disability, life, and AD&D
  • $2,000 continuing education allowance