Project Manager, Health Services Management, Initial Outfitting and Transition (IO&T)

  • Elizabethtown, KY, USA
  • Sep 05, 2017

Job Description


The Project Manager (PM) position will be assigned on location at Ft Knox in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. The PM will provide oversight for: project planning, execution and evaluation of project tasks, teaming partners, sub-contractors, and equipment vendor personnel. The PM will serve as the point of contact between LMI, Health Facility Planning Agency / Office (HFPA/O) and the Army Corp of Engineers (COE). The PM will oversee all project tasks to ensure all deliverables are completed per the technical management plan and in accordance with the Statement of Work (SOW). Responsibilities will include: functional areas such as strategic evaluation and planning, project oversight, emerging issues, technical evaluation and transfer, project integration, and acquisition.

The technical and logistics expertise necessary for this position includes a diverse mix of skills that encompass transition planning, logistics planning, equipment planning, procurement, Government contracting, medical logistics, health facility management and customer interaction. Application may be drawn from any combination of these areas in response to the needs of the customer.



Supervisory and Administrative Activities

Develop and supervise all aspects of the projects tasks, contract deliverables, and on-site activities, including operational planning and execution, logistics, information systems, administrative, and staffing requirements where applicable.

Assign tasks to project teams for execution in coordination with LMI Health Management Division and teaming partners as appropriate. Design framework for assigned tasks and monitor the activities of project team members during all phases of project execution.

Facilitate project teams to establish technical approach, develop conceptual design, conduct field-work and analysis, detail functional requirements, and specify procedures to support execution of assigned tasks.

Develop and maintain a budget model which will allow for maximum flexibility. Control project costs, schedules, and product quality, as required to ensure conformance with LMI s ISO 9001 Quality Management System requirements.

Prepare and submit periodic progress, status, and management reports; performance and cost reports; and project schedules for all assigned tasks.

Analyze impact of process/procedural changes and determine most effective means for accomplishing project objectives.

Travel may be required, possibly including weekends.

Must be able to conform to all program and general contractor safety requirements, to include wearing of personal protective equipment, while on the job site.

Writing & Communication Activities

Conduct detailed technical assessments of all Army Corps of Engineers issued Task Order requests for proposal (RFPs) and/or directed Task Order awards.

Coordinate development of LMI proposals in response to the Army Corps of Engineers (COE) issued Task Order modifications across LMI functional program directorates, administrative directorates (e.g., contracting), and with teaming partners as appropriate. Responsible for establishing and meeting proposal development deadlines as well as the quality of the proposals.

Maintain communication and interact with individuals at all levels of COE s and the Army Healthcare Facility Planning Agency / Office (HFPA/O) professional staff.

Respond to internal and external substantive questions and inquiries on assigned tasks, projects and business analysis.

Identify and meet with key resource, subject matter experts, and advisors from within LMI, COE, and HFPA/HFPO to establish and maintain network for information sharing.

Design formats for briefings and reports; coordinate multi-author efforts into a single sponsor document; coordinate with Program Management Office.



BA/BS in management science, operations research, logistics, engineering, information systems, or similar technical/scientific discipline required. Project Management Professional (PMP) certification preferred. OSHA 30 (Construction) preferred. Equivalent technical training and experience may be considered.

Five or more years relevant program management experience in support of Department of Defense (DoD) Healthcare Activities and/or other federal government customers. Direct healthcare / medical logistics experience and a working knowledge of health facilities management in active medical facilities (hospital, large ambulatory care facilities) to meet the five or more years mandate is required. Must be able to demonstrate experience in overseeing teams in outfitting and transition type health care projects

Demonstrated project leadership/management and government contract management experience.

Proficiency with presentation and project management software, such as MS PowerPoint, Oracle Primavera P6 and MS Project.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to compose, write, edit and proofread a variety of internal and external general business correspondence, proposals, business contracts, project performance briefings, reports presentations, project proposals, position papers, articles and memoranda.

Excellent interpersonal and listening skills required including the ability to develop and maintain professional relationships in LMI s multidisciplinary environment, and to professionally represent LMI to technical and non-technical audiences.

Ability to interact effectively with United States military and government personnel, as well as personnel representing other government and international organizations.

Ability to effectively interact with senior personnel involved in policy, technical, operational and program management work.

Strong time management and organizational skills.

Strong planning skills and ability to initiate develop and effectively manage concurrent multiple tasks, projects and strategies with little or no supervision. Must be self-directed and detail oriented in completing assigned tasks and projects within assigned deadlines.

Ability to adapt to changing business work efforts and manage impact of shifting priorities.

Ability to work for extended periods of time on PC with heavy use of keyboard to execute tasks.

Ability to maintain absolute confidentiality in all business matters required.

Ability to obtain security clearance required.

Must be capable of performing the essential job functions of this job, with or without reasonable accommodations.


This position reports through the Program Manager, Initial Outfitting, and Transition (IOT) Group, Health Management Division, to either Program Directors or Vice Presidents. PM will have direct report subordinates commensurate with the actual level of contract activity and project workload developed.

LMI is an Equal Opportunity Employer all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.

Associated topics: chief program officer, cpo, manage, manager, management, monitor, product manager, project manager, relationship manager, task