Immediate needs in Washington, DC

These are key positions for a government healthcare contractor with immediate need.

These positions are in Washington, DC and are permanent W-2 positions except for the consultants who are 1099 employees. Salaries and hourly rates are competitive and commensurate with experience.

Contract Program Manager (CPM) acts with full authority to represent and act for the Contractor on all contract matters relating to daily operations in accordance with this contract. The CPM shall serve as primary points-of-contact, providing direct advice to the Program Manager, the senior leadership, and the COR on contractual, programmatic and technical matters. Positions (2)

Program Analyst – The program analyst provides technical skills for the development and/or redesign of multi-media training modules. The analyst assists in the presentation of workshops, seminars, and training sessions. The program analyst is responsible for data collection, modeling, analysis, and documentation. They should have a minimum of a Bachelor of Art or Science degree and 6 years of relevant experience.

Project Manager – The project manager plans, conducts and oversees project. They are responsible for supervising other contract staff, coordinating schedules, planning meetings, reviewing work and communication with Government staff. Responsible for overall contract/task order performance, meeting milestones, deliverables and direct interface with customer. They should have a minimum of a Bachelor of Art or Science degree and 8 years of relevant experience.

Consultant – The project consultant provides senior level consulting to Principal Consultants on systems improvement, problem solving, and module development and outsourcing and privatization. The consultant develops, leads, and conducts workshops, seminars, and study plans. The consultant assists in developing, analyzing, and promoting the customer’s needs. They should have a minimum of a Bachelor of Art or Science degree and 12 years of relevant experience.

Principal Consultant – The principal consultant provides executive consultation in support of agency heads, directors, senior officers and managers in management, organizational and business improvement efforts. Areas of expertise may include, but are not limited to, management and process improvement, strategic analysis and organizational engineering, resource management, systems improvement, and problem solving. The principal consultant leads workshops, seminars and pilot projects, and facilitates and directs process improvement efforts. They should have a minimum of Bachelor of Art or of Science degree and 12 years of relevant experience.

These positions will be located at a Federal Healthcare agency and will be 8:30 to 5:30 M-F with excellent benefits for full-time staff.