Senior Program Manager

Role Summary: At GE, We are always searching for great talent. While we might not have a specific job for you today, we want to know about you when we do. As actual openings become available, you may be contacted to discuss a potential opportunity. Essential Responsibilities: Lead the cross functional team to deliver on all program(s) deliverables within the terms and conditions of thecontractand business case. Additionally, as the Senior Program Manager, Key responsibilities will include: All contract performance related activities, tied to customer(s) or program(s) Perform as interface between the customer and the internal business team, managing the transfer of information and requests Assure timely resolution of issues, keep the customer advised of the progress of the program, and negotiate changes, variations, solutions to issues Responsible for adherence to contract service, operations, and performance specifications, as well as financial & technical metrics specific to contract May also support proposal and negotiations Participates in discussions about the future of the business requiring frequent and thorough interaction with other functions Develops the year plan for of the larger unit Presents product / program strategies, technical roadmaps, risks and recommendations to senior leads (EB and SEB) across GE Important business unit clients Complex processes requiring involvement of many stakeholders both at the client side and internally Qualifications/Requirements: Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college Minimum of 5 years of experience in Program Management Desired Characteristics: Strong oral and written communication skills Strong interpersonal and leadership skills Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve problems Demonstrated ability to lead programs / projects Ability to document, plan, market, and execute programs Established project management skills GE is one of the largest employers in the U.S., with its global headquarters based in Fairfield, CT and 134,000 U.S. employees as of the end of 2012. Our facilities range from Thomas Edison's original factory in Schenectady, New York, where over a thousand employees work today to build the latest generation of steam turbines and generators, to a GE Aviation plant in Durham, North Carolina, where hundreds of employees will make fuel-efficient, advanced technology jet engines. These locations exemplify an industrial renaissance that is happening in the U.S., driven by advanced manufacturing techniques, ground-up innovation, supporting thousands of new jobs, and making products for export. Want to be part of the renaissance? Join us today. 3212660
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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