IMPAQ International is a growing and dynamic research, analytics, and technical assistance firm working in health care, workforce development, social programs, education, and international development. Our services include research, evaluations, quality measure and payment model development and implementation support, data analytics, information technology, surveys and data collection, and communications solutions. Clients include Federal government agencies (including HHS, CMS, DOL, USDA, ED, DOL, and USAID, and others) as well as international development agencies (such as the World Bank and the Millennium Challenge Corporation), State and local governments, as well as associations, nonprofits, foundations, and the private sector. IMPAQ’s mission is to create enduring solutions to global problems through rigorous approaches and innovative thinking. IMPAQ offers five locations: our Corporate Headquarters in Columbia, Maryland, rated one of America’s Best Small Cities; Downtown Washington, D.C., Boston, Massachusetts, Seattle, Washington and a Bay Area office in Oakland, California. IMPAQ has a diverse and collegial work environment and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer (M/F/Disability/Veterans).
Senior Project Managers at IMPAQ are critical to implementing our workforce development initiatives. They manage teams that develop and deliver varied and innovative outreach, technical assistance, and training solutions for clients. These solutions include change management strategies, technical assistance guides and materials, online learning platforms and web-based training, and in-person facilitation and training.
This Senior Project Manager position will be part of a team working on a national, large-scale project focused on Job Corps and work-based learning. The Senior Project Manager will have a wide-range of responsibilities that will include managing project activities; leading tasks and teams; managing budgets and resource allocations; working with multiple stakeholders; and managing technical assistance and training products and strategies. At the core of the Senior Project Manager’s work is a commitment to fostering and maintaining strong client relationships and ensuring on-time delivery of high-quality products and services.
Bachelor’s degree required.
On-site at the Department of Labor, Washington, DC