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Wireless Project Manager

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Associated Veterans, LLC is seeking a Wireless Project Manager to provide support services for Wireless Network related implementation and oversight for the Department of the Interior (DOI), Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) telecommunication services division. This is an on-site position, located 1849 C Street NW., Washington D.C 20204.

Anticipated responsibilities include providing support for implementation planning, facility coordination, and vendor management in the following task areas: 

  • Site Installation Preparation
  • Vendor Coordination
  • ITSSO Branch Coordination and Planning
  • Equipment Installation
  • Equipment Configuration
  • Project Documentation and Reporting

Additionally, the PM will conduct the following project management duties:

  • Review and evaluation of service request documents.
  • Document the solutions architecture, operational support plan, and bill of material.
  • Formulate and update and baseline Work Breakdown Schedule (WBS) project schedules.
  • Identify project issues, manage and track to resolution or escalation.
  • Plan for Implementation, installation, customer acceptance and execution and roll-out.
  • Prepare management documentation as required and specified by each call order.
  • Prepare business requirements and technical requirements development (i.e., Use Cases).
  • Perform project performance planning and monitoring and quality reviews.
  • Prepare and execute test plans
  • Prepare Risk Management plan and report
  • Technical Solution Development
  • Develop standard processes and procedures.
  • Post-implementation prepare lessons learned reporting and briefing

Required Education/Certifications, Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities:

Candidates must meet the following criteria:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification

Candidates may substitute two additional years of project management experience for either the degree or certification requirement.

Further, candidates should have at least 5 years’ experience with the following:

  • Demonstrated experience working with IT Network Infrastructure
  • Familiarity with MS-Office automation products, including MS-Word, MS-Excel, MS-PowerPoint, and MS-Project.
  • Familiarity with Google automation products, including email and calendars, and native Google document, presentation, spreadsheet, forms, and development and maintenance of Google sites.
  • Knowledge of requirements analysis and management.
  • Ability to work collaboratively.
  • High level report writing and oral presentations for executive level management

In addition, the PM should have with expertise and experience with the following:

Network Hardware

  • Aruba wireless hardware

Network Protocols

  • Networking equipment and software such as routing protocols which consist of BGP, EIGRP, HSRP for supporting government applications. 
  • 802.1x authentication will be implemented.
  • Knowledge of 802.11i compliant wireless networks and the NIST in SP 800-97
  • Network security best practices and protocol knowledge to support enterprise network applications.

Network Tools

  • BMC Remedy
  • General Syslog servers
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