Supplier Diversity Integration Program Manager

Website mwaacareers Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

As the Supplier Diversity Integration Program Manager, you will assist the Deputy Vice President (DVP) of Supplier Diversity to guide the efforts of the Airports Authority’s Supplier Diversity Program and grow new opportunities.

Serves in the Office of Supply Chain Management at the Headquarters Office Building in Arlington, VA.

Provides project management support and assists the DVP in guiding department staff to ensure successful implementation and continuous improvement of the Supplier Diversity program. As the non-supervisory team lead, establishes work priorities and ensures deadlines are met. Provides technical guidance, as needed, to staff. Assists the DVP in enhancing the Supplier Diversity Program to expand and advance the current program efforts.

Provides project management support and assists the DVP in guiding department staff to ensure successful implementation and continuous improvement of the program including, but not limited, to the following:

Oversees program operations and regularly tracks the impact over time.

Establishes work priorities, sets goals, and ensures deadlines are met.

Oversees and enhances the implementation of all supplier diversity related functions to include compliance, certification, outreach, and reporting.

Monitors, develops and updates standard operating processes, procedures, policies, and training programs following best practices for Supplier Diversity programs to successfully achieve the department mission.

Develops and implements strategic planning goals; ensures continuous review and improvement of the Supplier Diversity Program plans and operations regarding enterprise utilization.

EDUCATION

A Bachelor’s Degree in any field.

QUALIFICATIONS

Six years of progressively responsible experience in program or project management.

Ability to plan, organize and oversee resources in the creation and implementation of programs.

Knowledge of and ability to apply strategic planning best practices and strategies in order to develop, lead and support program initiatives.

Ability to prioritize work duties, perform follow-through in a timely manner, and attain measurable program results.

Ability to perform detailed analysis of data and information and make recommendations.

Ability to speak and write effectively.

Skill in using a computer and modern office software, with emphasis on program management software.

Salary:  $92 – $133,5

Closing Date:  Friday, July 16, 2021

To apply for this job email your details to careers@mwaa.com

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