Business Manager

Oak Ridge, TN
Work Type: Remote
  • Job Category: Health, Safety & Environmental
  • Travel: Yes, 25% of the time
  • Clearance: DOE Q
  • Req ID: 2024-9034


Job Summary:

ASE is looking for a Business Manager to work in Oak Ridge, TN.


Job Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for coordinating and managing program business operations (financial, invoices subcontracts and interfacing w back-office functions).

  • Reports to the Program Manager and, in the Program Manager’s absence, serves as the alternate single point of contact for the delivery of contract- and task order-level requirements and services.

  • Serves as the central point of contact for the contracting office and subcontractors (teaming partners) to fulfill the contract’s business and financial requirements.

  • Works with the Program manager to track and report on contract and task order status.

  • Helps ensure adherence to contract requirements, including the delivery of services in accordance with the Performance Work Statement (PWS), Departmental Directives, Federal and State Regulations and to technical specifications, schedule, cost, and financial performance.

  • Supports the management and monitoring of program activities to ensure that the delivery of services and outcomes are technically adequate and align with customer expectations.

  • Supports preparation of task order responses.

  • Supports oversight of project execution, progress, and delivery of timely, quality services and products.

  • Prepares reports and support presentations to reflect overall program status, cost and funding issues, and staffing status.

  • Monitors task order activities, cost, and schedule.

  • Coordinates with the Program Manager to ensure services, deliverables, and outcomes comply with PWS requirements, approved plans, and customer expectations.

  • Monitors and manages staffing requirements for all task orders.

  • Serves as primary interface for the company’s recruiting team and subcontractors (teaming partners) for recruiting, hiring, and onboarding of personnel for new requirements

  • Business Manager has primary responsibility for managing and coordinating with subcontractors to ensure compliance with all contract requirements, including timekeeping, invoicing, and travel management.

  • Serves as the primary point of contact for employee interaction with the program office and corporate human resources.

  • Leads coordination and communication on employee performance and the resolution of disciplinary problems as they arise. Works with the Program Manager to develop individual training and certification plans to ensure program employees have and maintain required security clearances and professional competencies required by the contract or task order.

  • Supports the identification and mitigation of risks associated with program execution.

  • Monitors task order performance to help ensure that services and work products delivered by program personnel meet the highest quality standards, client expectations, and contractual obligations.

  • Tracks program budgets, expenses, and financial performance.

  • Prepares program deliverables, including Monthly Status/Financial Reports.

  • Supports the implementation and monitoring of safety plan compliant with customer standards and individual site plans to accomplish DOE program objectives and ensure worker safety.

  • Verifies that relevant nuclear and environmental regulations and requirements are integrated into work plans to protect personnel, facilities, and the environment.

  • Supports monitor and reporting on environment, safety, and health issues.

  • Supports the monitoring and management of security clearance status of program employees.


Minimum Qualifications:

  • At least, 8 years of business or program management experience.

  • 5 years’ experience supporting Department of Energy (DOE) programs.

  • 5 years’ experience managing financial and invoicing in a complex program with multiple customers.

  • 3 years’ experience managing a contract/program team consisting of 5 or more subcontractors.

  • Demonstrated experience managing programs with multiple, concurrent task orders performed in geographically dispersed locations (preferred).

  • Knowledge of and experience delivering/managing environmental management technical and consulting services (preferred).

  • Knowledge of DOE Environmental Management policy and compliance requirements (preferred).

  • Must have a Bachelor's degree (Environmental Management or related science discipline) or Business Management).

  • Must have Active "Q” clearance.

Job: Health, Safety & Environmental

Travel: Yes, 25% of the time

Organization: ASE - Akima Systems Engineering

Clearance: DOE Q

Work Type: Remote

Remote: Yes

ReqID: 2024-9034