PM SETA shall provide support in the execution of requirements throughout the lifecycle of the research in the areas of Development, Source Selection, Execution, Closeout, and Transition. The PM SETA is expected to take a leadership role in ensuring the timely collection, assessment, and reporting of financial and programmatic information for a series of multifaceted program reporting requirements. Each PM SETA shall support up to three programs.
The PM SETA shall interact with research performers, test & evaluation contributors, and transition organizations which includes:
- Support the development, monitoring, and revision of financial spend plans, generation of funding documents and preparation of financial presentations.
- Provide administrative support to program lifecycle execution: Development, Source Selection, Execution, Closeout and Transition, to include document review and editing, development and maintenance of trackers, logistics, meeting coordination, and stakeholder data collection and coordination.
- Provide support management of source selection for program of Broad Agency Announcements, and tasks in support of new research initiatives.
- Provide administrative support for internal requirements and process, to include but not limited to data management (updates, review, reporting), property, and records management.
- Oversee, analyze performance to plan, identify budget deviations and recommend resolutions to performer spend plans to the Program COTR and PM.
- Interact with research performers, test & evaluation contributors, and transition organizations
The PM SETA is expected to take a leadership role in ensuring the timely collection, assessment, and reporting of financial and programmatic information for a series of multifaceted program reporting requirements. The PM SETA shall also provide support for other technology/program development activities, including support for seedlings, studies, and challenges, and other related work affiliated with an executed research program.
Basic Qualifications (Required):
The table below lists the education and experience levels for all PM labor categories. It also provides tradeoffs – equivalent fewer years of experience for additional education – to add flexibility in mapping other labor categories to those provided here. All experience and education should be in Business, Finance or a related degree that included at least 24 semester hours of business-related courses (i.e., accounting, business finance, law, contracts, purchasing, economics, industrial management, marketing, quantitative methods, and/or organizational management). All diplomas, General Equivalency Diploma (GED) certificates, and degrees must be from accredited institutions.