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Project Manager- Security Exchange Commission

Censeo Consulting Group is a values-driven management consulting firm that works with mission-driven organizations (in the public, nonprofit, and higher education sectors) to strengthen management and operational practices. We combine rigorous analysis with meaningful and intensive stakeholder engagement, to help clients drive real change and measurable results.

Censeo is seeking an experienced Project Manager who is to able to apply strong communication skill with knowledge of data governance support and program analysis. The ideal candidate will provide support to our Security Exchange Commission (SEC) client in the Washington, DC area.  

Qualifications

  • BS or MBA preferred with strong academic background
  • Minimum 5 years in Project Manager or Senior Contract Specialist role
  • Previous experience in IT governance, data science, Cloud or Agile management supporting government clients preferred
  • Manage daily contractor staff activities, task, and logistics
  • Identify, collaborate, and maintain project stakeholder relationships to address concerns and expectations related to project specifications, plans and approach
  • Proactively track metrics and project outputs to provide status reports and program updates to executives and sponsors
  • Support the division in identifying PMO best practices, policies, procedures, and strategic direction, including the development/refinement of a Program Governance initiative
  • Support PMO template/tool development
  • Support all PMO gate reviews, such as monthly and quarterly portfolio review meetings
  • Develop and maintain project schedules, status reports, and other artifacts across the portfolio

Responsibilities

  • To support the centralized management of DERA’s project portfolio to bridge the gap between strategy and project implementation.
  • Progressively refine PMO targeted services to drive issue escalation, information distribution, and PMO performance management efficiency.
  • Thoughtfully design and implement training programs that foster a culture of continuous learning
  • Logically define a governance structure that routinely monitors adherence to methodologies, establishes rules and practices, as well as enable greater decision making.
  • To improve data management transparency, communications, and accountability by identifying and publishing existing datasets/documentation to a central portal accessible by all DERA and SEC users.
  • Carefully design enterprise-wide communication channels and training materials for the organization to understand and adopt new DB policies and procedures.
  • Systematically improve data quality to ensure sustainable change and increase mission effectiveness.
  • Methodically develop a strategy for access/distribution of data via centralized published and subscribe services.

Position Particulars

  • Travel minimum of < 10%; may increase based on business needs
  • This is an exempt, full-time position
  • Location: Washington, DC

 

About Censeo

Censeo Consulting Group, a management consulting firm, is an advisor and partner to management teams who lead some of the largest and most complex organizations in the world. Our key areas of expertise include operations improvement, acquisition strategy, organization effectiveness, and IT strategy with a strong Federal footprint.

Censeo is rapidly growing and has been recognized for our unique approach, culture, and values:

  • 2018 Consulting Magazine Best Small Firms to Work For 
  • 2018 Ivy Exec #9 Top Consulting Firms for Culture
  • 2017 Vault #12 Best Boutique Consulting Firm
  • 2016 Forbes Best Management Consulting Firms in America
  • 2015 Washington Business Journal’s Philanthropy List

 

We hire from the top universities and graduate programs.

One of the key areas in which we differentiate ourselves is through our innovative, flexible consulting model. Members of the Censeo team not only get the chance to be part of a dynamic culture, work with amazing people, and drive exciting results for our clients … they do so without the traditional consulting lifestyle of heavy travel and long hours!

 

Censeo is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal opportunity to all applicants and employees in full compliance with all applicable state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, gender, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other class protected by applicable state or federal law.

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