Northrop Grumman Manager Program Control 2 in San Diego, California
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Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, Autonomous Systems Division is currently seeking a Manager of Program Control 2 for the Business Management Organization at the San Diego, CA facility. This is a demanding role supporting diverse types of contracts in a challenging, fast-paced environment. The Program Control Manager will lead, supervise, and train a team of cost analysts responsible for Earned Value Management System (EVMS) implementation and analysis, SOX compliance, funding analysis, program financial analysis, internal and external audits, and contract deliverables. The Manager is also responsible for providing functional oversight of the Cost Management department, including engagement, staffing, and employee development.
Specific duties and responsibilities will include, but are not limited to the following:
Provide direct supervision activities, including completion of performance goals and reviews, assigning work scope to employees, reviewing and approving timecards, and ensuring employees operate according to company policies and procedures.
Develop employee skills and evaluate employee performance on assigned responsibilities, including: EVMS implementation and analysis; support and guidance to PMs and CAMs; analysis and preparation of cost and schedule reports; development, analysis and review of EACs; variance analysis research and reporting; and reconciliations to SAP.
Focus team on achieving uncompromising quality in all products and services, accountability and team performance.
Ensure team fully understands their roles and impact on financial results.
Act as the primary interface with the program office, functional leadership, and external auditing agencies regarding
EVMS related tasks/efforts, requirements, issues, analysis, and performance measures.
Support proposal preparation, fact-finding and contract negotiations as needed to ensure cost management issues are represented.
Act as primary point of contact with customer counterpart, and maintain a positive working relationship to improve communication and stay on top of any potential cost issues.
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university and 10 years Finance/Business Management work experience or 8 years with a Masters.
Extensive knowledge of Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS) and financial analysis
Working knowledge of EVMS Software (i.e. MPM or Cobra), SAP, Microsoft Office Suite and Accounting principles
Ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret Clearance
Experience developing and presenting business strategies, financial information, and risk assessments to leadership teams
8+ years of experience with an MBA
Strong analytical skills
Experience leading a team, either as a lead, functional manager, or matrix manager
Experience interfacing with government audit agencies such as DCMA and DCAA, as well as Internal Audit
DoD Secret Security Clearance
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Job Category : Business Management