Goldbelt, Inc.

Integration PM Level III

Job Locations US-VA-Falls Church
Program/Project Management
Position Type
Regular Full-Time


Global in service but local in approach, the Nisga'a Tek team is committed to high-quality service to honor those who defend us. Nisga'a Tek's work ensures mission assurance and execution for customers and warfighters.



The Integration PM Level III will support the Air Force Medical Readiness Agency (AFMRA) contract, oversees capability development and integration to provide affordable, sustainable, and integrated solutions to the warfighter and beneficiaries through capabilities-based assessments, innovation, research and development, acquisition, operational, and program management support. The Program Manager Level III supports personnel to monitor, coordinate, and plan projects within the AFMRA/SG5 Lifecycle Strategy Branch, Innovation and Transition Section (SG5L-S) at DHHQ in Falls Church, VA.


Essential Job Functions:

  • Serve as Subject Matter Expert (SME) and demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of several related fields across the Defense Acquisition System including Requirements, Research & Development, Acquisition, and Planning, Programming, Budget & Execution.
  • Manage all project-related information for AFMS-funded or managed projects and programs that are anticipated to develop a materiel solution for entry into the AFMS RD&A portfolio, and serve as the AFMRA/SG5 point of contact (POC) to collect, review, document, and share project related information and identify and address antiquated or missed information with Government points of contact, project managers, principle investigators, subject matter experts, end-users, and other stakeholders. Schedule, facilitate, conduct, and document project reviews with leadership, briefers, subject matter experts, and other stakeholders.
  • Interface with research agencies, MAJCOM/SGRs, and Air Force Lifecycle Management Center Aeromedical Branch (AFLCMC/WNU) to collect, manage, and maintain programmatic, regulatory, and financial information on medical projects and programs managed under the auspice of AFMRA/SG5. Assist the 711th Human Performance Wing (711 HPW) and Defense Health Agency Deputy Assistant Director Research & Engineering (DAD/R&E) and Acquisition & Sustainment (DAD/A&S) with the research-related activities that have AFMS equity.
  • Update and maintain project and program spreadsheet/databases and associated project-specific documents such as Technology Readiness Assessments (TRAs), Technology Transition Agreements (TTAs), and other similar documents in coordination with the 711 HPW; develop a filing strategy and maintain project documents on a shared drive, SharePoint, or other designated storage location, in an organized format.
  • Ensure authorized stakeholders are provided access to project information and information is properly archived.
  • Review project information and interface with the project OPR(s) to update TTAs and other documents on an annual basis or more frequently as needed by project or program changes in coordination with the 711 HPW.
  • Provide project or program information to management when requested and assist with planning of funding and transition for projects.
  • Identify projects that require a TRA and assist with scheduling a review. Maintain version control of documents and information.
  • Liaise with AFMRA/SG5R to understand requirements and capability gaps for materiel research. Coordinate with AFLCMC/WNU and Engineering, Test, and Sustainment Services Branch (SG4E) for program management, clinical engineering, medical maintenance, and operational test and evaluation to further lifecycle sustainment, acquisitions, and capability development needs strategies for materiel product development. Coordinate with AFMRA/SG4 or DHA MEDLOG offices to leverage procurement and sustainment strategies for materiel product development.
  • Manage AFMS Innovation Program, including the development of and implementation of the division’s innovation strategies in concert with Government stakeholders. Interface with internal and external Government and Industry stakeholders towards the execution of bringing forth innovative research that support capabilities required by the AFMS/warfighter. Establish relationships with inter- and intra-agency partners (i.e., AFWERX, SBIR/STTR programs, etc.), and partner with innovation transition stakeholders across the RD&A, Logistics, and end-user communities.
  • Maintain coordination with 711 HPW including, attend coordination and review meetings (i.e., MAL, CDWG, Space Consortium, ABC, etc.); keep the SG5 Division Chief, SG5L-S Branch Chief, and HAF/SG Chief Scientist apprised of portfolio progress; and maintain sufficient programmatic understanding to contribute to AFMS Requirements Solution Pathway Decision discussions and AFMS DHP portfolio PPBE planning.
  • Maintain coordination with Joint R&D programs including attendance at In-Progress Reviews (IPR) and Review and Analysis (R&A) meetings.
  • Assist with preparing the SG5 Division Chief and HAF/SG Chief Scientist for Joint executive forums; and maintain sufficient programmatic understanding to contribute to AFMS Requirements Solution Pathway Decision discussions and AFMS DHP portfolio PPBE planning.
  • Assist government with planning, tracking, and submission of RDT&E financial planning and execution via document preparation for Program Objective Memorandum (POM) cycles and within year-of-execution budget and execution activities, as well as obligation and expenditure rates and reporting activities.
  • Maintain relationships with primary stakeholders, assist with development, tracking and updates to interagency agreements and other partnership mechanisms and events.
  • Provide monthly status reports.



Necessary Skills and Knowledge:

  • Must have project management expertise managing large projects, facilitating interagency coordination within the Military Health System (MHS).
  • Proficient computer skills, including MS-Office and Share Point required.
  • Must communicate effectively with senior government and non-government personnel.
  • Excellent organizational skills: able to articulate intent, frame requirements, set priorities and develop practical methods to meet training goals.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to establish professional rapport with others in a small team environment.
  • Excellent time management skills.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in science such as Business, Information Technology, Administration, or Health Sciences.
  • Minium eight (8) years of experience in program or project management, administration, information technology, requirements management, or healthcare.
  • Must have an active favorable T3.
  • Able to successfully pass a background check.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in a related field of study.



Pay and Benefits

At Goldbelt, we value and reward our team's dedication and hard work. We provide a competitive base salary commensurate with your qualifications and experience. As an employee, you'll enjoy a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, and vision insurance, a 401(k) plan with company matching, tax-deferred savings options, supplementary benefits, paid time off, and professional development opportunities.


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