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11 June 2011

Any Program Managers Looking for a Job?

I am not looking for a job myself.  I am very happy with where I am working.  (Although, if I got the same, or better, benefits and at least a 25% increase in salary, I could be convinced to at least listen to you.  Keep in mind, my benefits package is pretty rare in today's climate, so that alone would probably stop most offers.)  That said, I do still get a lot of emails and information on jobs that are out there.  So here I am just passing along information as promised in an email.  I figure between the blog and it getting reposted on facebook, a lot of folks should see this.
With your PROGRAM MANAGEMENT background in the AEROSPACE/DEFENSE sector, I was wondering if you would be open to exploring an exciting position in Dallas/ Fort Worth?

As a SR. PROGRAM MANAGER you should possess strong leadership and communication skills with an emphasis on program execution. The opportunity would include managing $30M program for a very well-known International company with a variety of products/systems.

You would be responsible for:
*Coordinate and oversee all aspects of the program; monitor, direct, and coordinate program resources, budgets and logistics.

Experience in any of the following areas:
*Avionics/aircraft related to defense/military programs (maintenance, repair, overhaul (MRO), modification, manufacturing, or weapon/mission systems integration).
* Self-starter with initiative and the professionalism to effectively communicate with customers, suppliers, management and team members.
*Although not required it would be a plus; PMP/PMI certification and/or Earned Value Management (EVM).

Highly visible role with excellent benefits + generous relocation package and attractive salary
Active Secret DoD Clearance, eligible for TS
LOCATION: Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX

Interested? Reply to, with a range of times to talk, your phone number; include an attached resume, should you have one.

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