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The Senior Program Manager (SPM) for DLITE II oversees all functions associated with the business administration, safety, health and welfare, and overall management of all OCONUS-based Language programs assigned (IDIQ, TOs/DOs and single-award contracts). The SPM manages and directs all facets of Mission Essential’s contracts and task/delivery orders, both as a Prime and as a Subcontractor. In coordination with Project Control, the SPM will develop and maintain expenditure plans that include level of effort projections, as well as depletion dates for current funding; identify “at risk funding”; analyze immediate and long-term profitability both at the delivery order, as well as the contract level; assist Task Order Project Managers and supporting staff in the execution of Task Order management, and review/approve monthly Contract Data Requirements List; and other deliverables for submission to the Government. The SPM ensures the production and delivery of all financial reporting and invoices.The SPM is responsible for managing the Program Management Office (PMO) team, to include the Accountability team and Project Analysts. Duties include leadership and oversight of PMO team, as well as supporting operational and administrative needs as defined by the Business Unit Managers. Specific responsibilities include monitoring, executing, and directing the day-to-day operational functions and initiatives as tasked, overseeing teammate support activities, accountability, and reporting requirements.; The SPM works cross-functionally to predict, resolve, or elevate issues that affect the overall operations of current contracts and is responsible for building and maintaining positive relationships within and across the spectrum of Mission Essential staff, both CONUS and OCONUS, and Mission Essential teammates to ensure that the Language Program is able to successfully execute all requirements.;Additionally, the SPM is charged with promoting and encouraging the growth and development of the members of the Language Program team.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Leadership and oversight of the DLITE II team supporting language servicesDevelopment of the PMO in conjunction with the Business UnitFacilitate and oversee preparation and deliverance of all CDRL requirements across enterprise contractsPrepare Operations Active Work briefs, presentations, white papers and other ad hoc reportsSupport all processing operations and candidate on-boardingSupport Language Operations, teammates, and in-country personnel as neededPlan/coordinate operational activities, execution, objectives, and issue managementDevelop and disseminate policies and procedures as necessaryIdentify risks and solutions/mitigations regarding active operations/execution issuesFinance, revenue, pricing, and invoicing coordinationEnsure fiscal accountabilityManage Program to standards of the Contract deliverables and Performance Requirements Summary;Manage subcontractor team and monitor and control subcontractor and vendor performance against program deliverables;Work directly with Government, TOPMs, Site Leads, functional and technical staffAnalyze the effectiveness of the project organization and makes changes when neededEnsure appropriate management, customer, and subcontractor involvement throughout the life of the programWork closely with OCONUS and CONUS project team to accomplish department and program goals and objectivesLead, mentor and develop Junior Program Managers and PMO staff in their professional growthDirectly responsible for the development and maintenance of a professional and value based culture within the organizationResponsible for optimization and efficiencies of the programs and task ordersDevelop, maintain and approve Program processes and proceduresTravel TDY to various OCONUS locationsParticipate in business development and proposal development;Contribute to the development of program and project management plansAssume lead role in contract start up, transition and close outPerform other duties as assigned;