IMPAQ International, LLC

  • Project Management Analyst

    Job Location US-MD-Columbia
  • Overview

    IMPAQ International, a growing and dynamic social science research firm, provides high-quality research and impact evaluation services, policy analysis, survey research, technology solutions, organizational development, technical assistance and consulting services to U.S. and international government agencies, foundations, and the private sector. 


    IMPAQ’s mission is to bring together exceptional people to develop innovative and rigorous approaches to evaluate the real-world impact of social policies and programs. IMPAQ offers five locations: our Corporate Headquarters in Columbia, Maryland, rated one of America’s Best Small Cities; Downtown Washington, D.C., Boston, Massachusetts, a Bay Area office in Oakland, California and Seattle, Washington. IMPAQ has a diverse and collegial work environment.


    The PMO Analyst will assist the PM, Deputy PM and designated team members to develop, maintain and deliver required contract documentation on a large federal system development life cycle (SDLC) project.


    • Develop, review, and maintain contract documentation
    • Responsible for managing relatively complex technical or functional programs
    • Oversees program budget and schedules
    • Assist project teams in developing and maintaining management plans and processes
    • Conduct periodic reviews and make recommendations for enhancements and improvements
    • Assist program in all process improvement activities
    • Maintain CMS Programs Risk Management Plan
    • Maintain Project Level Risk Register
    • Escalate project risks /problems
    • Monitor and track metrics against established QASP and SLA thresholds
    • Update and maintain the CMS supplier/subcontractor management plan
    • Assist PM with subcontractor management as appropriate
    • Act as a scribe at contract/project meetings to record meeting activity


    • Bachelor’s Degree and at least 4 years in supporting project management activities along all phases of the agile software development life cycle
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills and attention to detail
    • Ability to effectively and professionally communicate to management, peers and customers as well as demonstrate sound judgment/reasoning skills
    • Expertise with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Power Point, SharePoint, etc.)
    • Must have intermediate to advanced skills with Microsoft Project
    • Must be able to obtain a Public Trust clearance
    • Two (2) or more years of experience working with CMS or other Federal Healthcare IT Projects preferred. Other government contract project management experience will be considered
    • Knowledge of Healthcare, Medicare & Medicaid systems & data preferred


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