The Project Manager is responsible for the plan and schedule of all learning program aspects including: curriculum development, learning implementation, budget, schedule, deliverables, profit and loss, customer relationship / interface and logistics for training events in support of the development and maintenance of training support services into the Royal Navy.
Consulting with internal and external customers on learning requirements and provide feedback and suggestions related to best practices.
Oversee and coordinate the operational aspects of learning solutions to include curriculum analysis and design and content development projects and services as a liaison between project management, planning, project team(s), and line management.
Identifying and reporting project issues that affect productivity, quality and client satisfaction goals and objectives.
Monitoring project progress, interventions and problem solving with team
Leading the operational aspects of learning solutions to include the design and development projects
Ensuring deliverables meet customer requirements and specifications
Ensuring compliance with Raytheon policies and procedures
Conducting clear, concise and accurate communication with all levels of the organization to include vice presidents, adult learners, facilitators and/or speakers.
Exercising independent judgement and decision-making skills to mitigate known and unexpected issues.
Demonstrated advanced project management experience in project management experience in a non-IT environment with advanced levels of proficiency in the following:
Strong background designing learning solutions and leading development activities across a variety of media modalities including eLearning, VCT, ILT, Micro-learning and video
Working knowledge of MS Office Suite, to include Project
Must possess excellent interpersonal, written and verbal business communication skills
Must possess excellent customer service skills
Analysing reports to provide actionable business intelligence
Prioritizing and managing work assignments in order to meet project deadlines with attention to detail
Working independently or as a team with minimal oversight
Strong independent judgement and decision making skills
Identifying potential issues and presenting solutions to mitigate risk
Experience in the training/learning industry
Be a critical thinker, a self-starter, and have the ability to work within a geographically dispersed matrixed organization.
Working knowledge and understanding of DSAT (Defence Systems Approach to Training)
Experience with the instructional design process
Bachelor’s degree in Instructional Technology or related field