Program Manager I (Navy Mpte Transformation)

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Posted by: ARServices on Jun 10, 2019


Arlington, VA

Job Description:

ARServices is seeking a Program Manager I to join our team. This professional will support a Transformation Management Services program for the Navy Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPTE) transformation. This position is located in Arlington, VA.
Active secret security clearance Bachelor's degree or higher Seven (7) or more years of relevant work experience At least two (2) years of experience as a manager supporting business process analysis, requirement development, testing, change management activities, IT system development, system integration, and stakeholder engagement within the Navy domain At least two (2) years of experience with Business Model Transformation, HR Transformation, and HR Service Delivery ARServices is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

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About ARServices

A Proven Provider That’s In Step with the Federal Landscape ARServices is the management, professional and technology consulting services provider of choice for government agencies that demand agility, reliability, and sustained quality performance from a proven small business. The company’s extensive suite of offerings include: research and development services, human capital management, financial and procurement management, change management, and program and project management. Headquartered in Alexandria, VA, ARServices maintains a diverse portfolio of contract vehicles and clients across a wide geographic area. The company participates in the Small Business Administration (SBA) 8(a) program.

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