Abacus Technology

  • Project Administrator / Architect

    Job Locations US-MA-Lexington
    Posted Date 1 month ago(6/18/2018 10:11 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-3590
  • Overview

    Abacus Technology is seeking a Project Scheduler to provide program support under the Command, Control, Communication, Intelligence and Networks (C3I&N) Directorate at Hanscom AFB.  This is a full-time position.

    Responsibilities

    Develop strategies and plans for the C3I&N Responsive Cyber Microsoft Project Server instance. Provide administrative support for Project Server users. Analyze project team needs and develop customizations to meet those needs. Develop division-wide schedule reports as needed. Provide occasional scheduling services to project teams. Train users in scheduling best practices using available toolsets. Support machine/machine interfaces between Project Server and other software packages. Investigate, plan, and implement complementary project control tools/add-ins.



    Qualifications

    10+ years’ experience as an administrator or developer in an IT development or deployment environment. Must have significant experience with Microsoft Project client, server, and Project Web Access. Adept with Project Server enterprise columns, calendars, formulas, tables, filters, add-ins, and other customizations. Experience with project teams using Critical Path schedules is essential. Technical Bachelor’s or Master’s degree is required. PMP, MCTS, and Security+ certifications are a plus. Candidate must achieve Security+ certification with six months of hire date. Communications, systems analysis, and negotiation skills are essential. Must be a US citizen with ability to obtain a DoD security clearance.

     

    Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

     

    EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled

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