Project Manager Senior

MUST HOLD A VALID ENHANCED RELIABILITY OR SECRET SECURITY CLEARANCE

START DATE: ASAP

END DATE: FEB. 28, 2018 (WITH POSSIBLE 5 YEAR EXTENSION)

 

   
  Project Manager Senior (Level 3)
  MT10 The resource must have a University Degree in a specified field of study. The field of study is to be specified by the Project Authority at Task Authorization request.
MT11 The resource must provide evidence of Project  
  Management Institute accreditation.  
MT12 The resource must have a minimum of ten (10) years of experience in the last fifteen (15) years in the management of a project.  
     
     
MT13 The resource must have four (4) years of demonstrated experience as a project manager  
     

 

MT14 The resource must have a minimum of five (5) years of experience in Federal Government of Canada Major

Capital Projects valued at greater than $5 million
CAD$, within the last ten (10) years

 

 

   
   
   
   
   
MT15 The resource must have seven (7) years of
  combined experience in two (2) of the following
  phases to be identified at task authorization request:
  Project Identification;
  Options Analysis;
  Project Approval (Definition);
  Project Approval
    (Implementation); or
  Project Closeout.

 

 

MT16 The resource must have, at minimum, four (4) years
  of experience, acquired in the last 10 years prior to
  bid closing, in the Federal Government of Canada
  preparing and completing two (2) of the following
  documents:  
  Statements of Operational
    Requirement (SOR);
  Statements of Capability
    Deficiency (SOCD); or
  –    Statements of Work (SOW).

 

 

Project Management                                                            

 

The required services provided by the Contractor on an “as and when requested” basis may include, but are not limited to the following:

 

  1. coordinating project management activities including financial, planning and contracting aspects;

 

  1. planning and organizing a project management office;

 

  1. giving briefings on progress and concerns of the project;

 

  1. preparing documentation in response to scheduled and unscheduled reports, returns and observations to update management of project progress;

 

  1. coordinating the activities of project personnel, Department of National Defence (DND) internal customers, Contractors and other support providers;

 

  1. preparing formal Statements of Work (SOW), work breakdown structures and compliance charts;

 

  1. producing draft plans for incorporation into the Project Implementation Plan or Request for Proposal (RFP); and preparing draft evaluation plans, criteria and evaluation schedules.

 

 

 

Location: Ottawa, ON

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