Leidos is seeking candidates for Deputy Program Manager for the Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence (TBICoE) Clinical Affairs Branch, Dissemination Branch, Research Branch and Mission Support office. He/she will follow the established guidance of the Program Manager (TBICoE) leadership and the government Network Site Directors within their assigned network region. Facilitate information flow at their network sites within their region between sites contract staff, department/office staff lead (at HQ), as well as, government staff on site and contract company POC. Oversee and execute the assigned network sites’ contract personnel actions, manpower utilization, workflow and operational procedures as outlined in contract requirements.
TBICoE is a component of the Defense Health Agency (DHA). TBICoE is a division of the Research and Engineering Directorate (R&E). R&E is a Directorate of DHA. DHA is a Federal Program within the Department of Defense (DoD). TBICoE, known previously as the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC), is a congressionally mandated multi-site research, dissemintation and knowledge translation program, charged with advancing the traumatic brain injury state of the science and clinical standards, established in 1992. TBICoE’s mission is to conduct congressionally mandated traumatic brain injury (TBI) clinical research investigations, surveillance, clinical tool development, and dissemination of TBI education to DoD medical personnel, service members, including Guard and Reserve, and veterans with TBI, as well as their families. This multifaceted approach to TBI is best served with coordination between divisions, offices and network sites to advance the state of the science for TBI.
- Performs duties under the guidance of the Program Manager, TBICoE leadership and the Network Site Directors within their assigned network region.
- Facilitates information flow at their network sites within their region between sites contract staff, department/office staff lead (at HQ), as well as, government staff on site and contract company POC.
- Provides input regarding the assigned network site’s budget as a whole and for individual, identified projects as required.
- Reviews space utilization and needs for each Network Site and makes recommendations up the chain of command accordingly.
- Analyzes cost and pricing data submitted to verify and substantiate direct and indirect costs for all assigned Network Sites.
- Overseas and/or prepares program summaries and reports for government Site Directors, TBICoE leadership and others as required and/or requested.
- Prepares requests for actions/proposals and other projects as needed or requested.
- Coordinates initiation and processing of purchase orders request, supply sources, work orders and maintenance and renovation requests for each assigned Network Site.
- Ensures full compliance with all contract requirements, schedules and provisions for each assigned Network Site.
- Masters in management or health related field required. 6 additional years’ experience in lieu of masters’ degree.
- 8 years related experience working with government agencies, contracting, and program management required.
- Knowledge of large federal program management and federal budget process required.
- Ability to use sound judgment in problem solving and excellent interpersonal and communications skills required.
- Ability to coordinate multiple sites and complex issues at any given time required.
- Must adhere to legal, professional, and ethical codes with respect to confidentiality and privacy.
- Project Management Professional (PMP) certified
- PhD in a related field
- Prior experience within the DoD/VA systems of care
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