Master’s Degree in Public Health or Business and a minimum of 10 years’ experience or similar
A minimum of 5 years of supervisory experience
A minimum of 5 years senior level project management experience, including demonstrated knowledge of principles and concepts, and expertise in Microsoft project or use of Excel GANTT charts for project management
Knowledge of CDC’s time and attendance policies and systems, CDC/HHS travel policies and systems and the CDC CAMS system and related policies
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Experience working with executives or senior staff
Strong organizational skills
Advanced skills using the Microsoft Office 365
SCOPE OF WORK :
The Contractor’s staffing plan shall provide:
A team of at least two Contract staff personnel to provide administrative support and meeting support/management services for the OSH Director, Deputy Director, Deputy Director for Research Translation, and the PMO to always ensure coordination and backup of responsibilities. The OSH Director shall be provided primary and independent support by one contract staff person separate from the contract team/staff who will support the remaining OSH OD Leadership staff and the contract staff person will work with the other contract staff to ensure full calendar coordination across the OD leadership team.
Onsite Project Manager to:
Plan and oversee all work to ensure it is completed in a timely fashion
Develop solution-oriented approaches to triage and coordinate work requirements to produce efficiencies, productivity and clear communication patterns
Supervise and provide day-to-day oversight, coordination, guidance and direction over the work of the contractor workforce to ensure that the same level of quality defined in this PWS is provided in each unit where work is taking place
Manage to ensure continual full administrative coverage of all OSH structure units
Manage to ensure timely and exceptional quality of work assignments
Communicate issues affecting OSH operations to the OSH PMO and COR and provide information on how such issues are to be handled to minimize their effects on OSH operations.
Develop and implement a quality control plan for assessing, monitoring, measuring, communicating, tracking and reporting performance/quality of business services. The Contractor’s quality control plan must be designed to address all standards and acceptable quality levels contained in the contract Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP). The Contractor’s Quality Control Plan must be submitted by not later than the date of the kick-off meeting. Any modifications made to the quality control plan must be submitted to the COR by not later than 30 days after contract award.
Provide a management point of contact to handle situations within one business day when the quality of the services does not meet the standards defined in PWS.
Provide a contact person to serve as back up to contractor staff, when necessary, so contract labor hours are met, and ensure all work is completed within the required time for the task. Communicate to COR clearly, at least 2 business days in advance, when staff will be taking scheduled leave and who will be performing back up services.
Ensure contract staff follow all CDC policies and procedures for on-site contractors. For example, but not covered by government funds, tracking and ensuring on-site staff complete annual training requirements.
Ensure that contract staff understand their roles and responsibilities as compared to OSH full time employees (FTEs).
Ensure all contract staff receive the required training to stay up to date on policies, procedures, and electronic systems. For example, CDC Teams, NCCDPHP and OSH SharePoint sites, Section 508, plain language, eClearance, use of the CDC logo, the CDC