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Become A Program Management Office Director

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Working As A Program Management Office Director

  • Interacting With Computers
  • Getting Information
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Thinking Creatively
  • Updating and Using Relevant Knowledge
  • Deal with People

  • Mostly Sitting

  • Make Decisions

  • $155,690

    Average Salary

What Does A Program Management Office Director Do At Nana Regional Corporation

* Responsible for qualification, win strategy development, shaping and proposal development activities leading to the successful capture of new business and re-compete opportunities.
* Responsible for managing a Task Order Management Office for the IDIQ/GWAC vehicles.
* Works in close partnership with the IDIQ/GWAC Program Manager.
* Coordinate with leadership and others to drive the process for responding to competitive task orders.
* Ensure there are standard processes for responding and that strategy, growth initiatives, budgets, schedules, compliance, quality and performance requirements are met.
* Develop an understanding of the IDIQ/Task Order master contracts
* Participate in the recompetes of IDIQ/GWAC vehicles
* Identify new IDIQ/GWAC vehicles and participate in the capture of those vehicles
* Actively manage the suite of IDIQ/GWACs to ensure no gaps in ability to bid
* Analyze metrics to assist with vehicle trends and pipeline development.
* Support business intelligence and market analysis pertaining to IDIQ/GWAC vehicles

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How To Become A Program Management Office Director

Typically, a bachelor’s degree in computer or information science, plus related work experience, is required. Many computer and information systems managers also have a graduate degree.

Education

Computer and information systems managers normally must have a bachelor’s degree in a computer- or information science–related field. Such a degree usually takes 4 years to complete and includes courses in computer programming, software development, and mathematics. Management information systems (MIS) programs usually include business classes as well as computer-related ones.

Many organizations require their computer and information systems managers to have a graduate degree as well. A Master of Business Administration (MBA) is common and takes 2 years beyond the undergraduate level to complete. Many people pursuing an MBA take classes while working, an option that can increase the time required to complete that degree.

Work Experience in a Related Occupation

Most jobs for computer and information systems managers require several years of experience in a related information technology (IT) job. Lower level management positions may require only a few years of experience. Directors are more likely to need 5 to 10 years of related work experience. A chief technology officer (CTO), who oversees the technology plan for a large organization, may need more than 15 years of experience in the IT field before being considered for a job.

The number of years of experience required varies with the organization. Generally, smaller or newer companies do not require as much experience as larger or more established ones.

Computer systems are used throughout the economy, and IT employees may gain experience in a variety of industries. However, an applicant’s work experience should be in the same industry they are applying to work in. For example, an IT security manager should have previously worked in information security. A hospital IT director should have experience in the healthcare field.

Advancement

Most computer and information systems managers start out as lower level managers and advance to higher positions within the IT department. IT directors or project managers can advance to become CTOs. A CTO or other manager who is especially business minded can advance to become a chief information officer (CIO), the person in charge of all IT-related decisions in an organization. CIOs can advance to become top executives in an organization.

Important Qualities

Analytical skills. IT managers must be able to analyze problems and consider and select the best ways to solve them.

Business skills. IT managers must develop and implement strategic plans to reach the goals of their organizations.

Communication skills. IT managers must be able to explain their work to top executives and give clear instructions to their subordinates.

Decisionmaking skills. Some IT managers must make important decisions about how to allocate resources in order to reach their organizations’ goals.

Leadership skills. IT managers must be able to lead and motivate IT teams or departments so that workers are efficient and effective.

Organizational skills. Some IT managers must coordinate the work of several different IT departments to make the organization run efficiently.

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Top Skills for A Program Management Office Director

FinancialManagementProjectPortfolioManagementResourceManagementComplianceGovernanceModelInfrastructureSupportBusinessUnitsOversightProjectLifecycleManagementProcessesProgramManagementOfficeFacilityStrategicInitiativesSdlcERPProjectPlanningExecutiveManagementAccountabilityHumanResourcesInformationTechnologyInfrastructure

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Top Program Management Office Director Skills

  1. Financial Management
  2. Project Portfolio Management
  3. Resource Management
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Established resource management policies to ensure efficiency in the financial accounting for IT assets.
  • Matured the information security program through the use of automation to increase efficiency and meet organizational compliance requirements.
  • Proposed & implemented a Governance Model focusing on offshore site audits for facility & network security and HR on-boarding/off-boarding process.
  • Implemented a new vendor management support model to meet the technology demands of the global development teams and infrastructure support.
  • Managed, coordinated and documented standardize work for various business units.

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