The Senior Portfolio Manager will be responsible for a portfolio of contracts providing leadership to, directing, and growing a large and complex business unit, interfacing with all levels of customer and company personnel. The SeniorPortfolio Manager will be a key leader to: plan, organize, control, and direct the technical, administrative, financial, contractual, and personnel actions required for program success; ensure customer satisfaction of company’s support of their objectives; communicate short and long-term objectives and direction to subordinate managers and teams; create
and maintain a professional, performance-oriented organization; demonstrate highly ethical performance and behavior that is conducive to professional growth, employee engagement, and continuous staff development; manage effective elationships, including communications, with current and potential customers, business partners, and company’s infrastructure and management personnel; make complex/difficult financial, business, and personnel decisions with outcomes in best interest of the company, customer, and employees; meet all contractual and internal company
obligations regarding cost, schedule, reporting, and deliverables; leverage the company’s corporate resources to ensure program needs are identified, communicated, and met. Additionally, the Senior Portfolio Manager may be assigned other duties as required by the company.
Performance objectives may include: meet financial company commitments in revenue and fee for organization, focus on retention of personnel, limit attrition to stated goal, create a diverse and inclusive environment for the company and team personnel, grow the portfolio of contracts organically and promote the company’s direct labor on existing programs, support development, maintenance, and implementation of company’s strategy, embody the company’s values, beliefs, and supervisor expectations.
•Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Information Technology or a related discipline is required. Master’s degree preferred.
•Minimum 5-10 years’ experience as a Portfolio Manager, with demonstrated experience managing multiple small and large contracts and/or task orders of a technical nature.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
•Demonstrated experience in maintaining good rapport and discretion in communicating with the public, stakeholders and employees.
•Strong organizational skills.
•Experience creating, managing and tracking key project management deliverables.
•Previous experience conducting detailed project scoping and planning, developing project management deliverables, tracking project variance, managing project changes and reporting on project status.
Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding career?
Do you have the passion to grow and succeed professionally?
As one of the fastest-growing small business Department of Defense (DoD) contractors, we offer career opportunities across the nation and seek talented individuals who have the drive and enthusiasm to continually challenge themselves in a collaborative and diverse environment that contributes to the mission success that serves our nation’s interests. Explore our Career Center to learn more about the great benefits of joining our team.
Established in 1995, HCI is a privately-owned company with a focus on delivering quality staffing and technology solutions. Our employees’ commitment to “making it happen” , has established HCI as one of the top small business DOD contractors.
The company’s management team has over 100 years of business experience providing services to the Federal Government. HCI is headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia.
Presently, we have professionals employed across the United States and around the world providing professional services to the Federal Government. HCI is a Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB), and a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB).