CBAI & Associates

  • Project Manager - Automated Information Systems (AIS)

    Location US-GA-Albany
    Job ID
    Logistics Management
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    CBAI and Associates supports marines, soldiers, sailors, and airmen who defend our nation. Our uncompromising approach enables our customers and warriors to be outfitted with equipment that is operationally safe and sustainable, by providing life cycle logistics, project analysis and program management, differentiated by the integrity, quality and innovation of our people.


    At CBAI and Associates, we desire exceptional and innovative teams.  Exceptional teams are diverse teams, and so we invite people of diverse backgrounds to join us.  We especially want the creativity that diversity brings.  Keeping to these core values has propelled us to be a highly sought-after provider in defense logistics and professional services.


    CBAI and Associates is seeking a Project Manager in Albany, GA to provide program support to the Consolidated Storage Program (CSP) PMO in Albany, GA.  The Project Manager will assist the government Systems Sustainment Solutions Manager (SSSM) in many of the work products required for the project.


    • Responsible for assisting the SSSM in project scheduling, preparing briefs materials, and managing complex special projects for SSSM.
    • Assists the SSSM in solving a wide array of problems and provides leadership technical services in support of CSP AIS projects.
    • Provide technical and managerial guidance on training, testing, data conversion and implementation strategy and support as necessary.

    • Serves as a senior logistics subject matter expert (SME) in designated functional areas relating to the support of the USMC CSP with an emphasis on program support/management related matters.
    • Interfaces with CSP government leadership to assist in development and support to enable the execution of CSP policy, methodologies, and processes, standard operating procedures, and business processes and procedures, to facilitate enterprise level worldwide operations.
    • Assists in the execution of the SSSM’s guidance and direction for AIS System Change Requests (SCRs).
    • Conducts research and analysis in support of the SSSM’s development, process, and architecture requirements within GOCO-IT systems, Warehouse Management Information System (WMIS) solutions and any CSP AIS.




    • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant area is preferred (g., Business Management, Information Technology, Project Management). Possess a minimum of 10 years of experience in Logistics Management or Supply Chain Management, 5 years of demonstrated leadership, and at least 4 years of project management experience, or;
    • At least 15 years of experience in any combination of supply chain management, business management, information technology, project management, 10 years of demonstrated leadership, and at least 5 years of project management experience.
    • Must have a strong knowledge of technical systems, DoD/Government warehouse, supply or inventory management systems, and CSP or similar operation.
    • Must have experience in government information technology systems (g., DPAS-WM, GCSS-MC, MOWASP, MERIT, or similar systems).
    • Extensive knowledge base and understanding of Information Assurance (IA) procedures and familiarity with processes for authorizing software and devices on Networks.
    • Strong written, oral, and analytical, and organizational skills, to include the use of Microsoft Suite including; PowerPoint, Excel, Word, and Project.
    • Possess excellent supervision/management, analytical, and organizational skill.
    • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects on tight deadlines and to prioritize appropriately.
    • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively to achieve objectives.
    • Possess a solid track record of delivering excellent customer service.
    • Must be able to obtain and maintain a government Secret Clearance.


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