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    You will provide support to the Transportation Performance Management (TPM) Team Lead and the TPM Program Manager for the capacity-building program, and support projects and other activities on the TPM Team in the Office of Stewardship, Oversight and Management; Office of Infrastructure. 

    This announcement is being advertised under the FHWA’s Remote Work Program.  The selectee will work from an approved location outside of an Agency worksite, most often the selectee’s home.

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    The Program Manager:

    • Serves as the national program expert in the application of a variety of program focus areas that include but are not limited to: performance based planning and programming, risk management, asset management, target setting, data management and analysis, and program monitoring, evaluation and reporting.
    • In collaboration with other FHWA offices, develops, maintains and executes a corporate training and development plan for TPM.  Verifies Departmental and external customers and stakeholders’ capacity building activities are supported by and aligned with the corporate TPM work plan.  
    • Serves as the lead coordinator for FHWA’s TPM Team on training, working closely with internal staff as well as the National Highway Institute and other key training/development stakeholders to ensure the latest TPM issues, focus areas, and guidance are properly reflected in various training components.
    • Assists the Team Lead with developing legislative proposals, developing and delivering positions and plans in response to internal and external recommendations, and supports the development of agency-wide implementing guidance and training to ensure the integrity, effectiveness, consistency, and compliance of TPM-related regulations and programs.
    • Provides national focus, strategic thinking, and vision to promote direction on effective research project design for the purpose of soliciting appropriate contract services.  Is responsible for the management and evaluation of in-house research and contract research.

    The ideal candidate is an experienced program and project manager. The professional is experienced at policy and guidance development and implementation, developing and delivering training and educational resources, establishing relationships and methods to promote and advocate for program objectives. The professional applies innovative techniques to determine the effectiveness of efforts. Candidates with background in transportation performance management principles and concepts are preferred.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Some travel is required.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0340 Program Management

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/530243500. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.