The Mexico Based Project Manager assists RMGS in providing a full range of support to the day-to-day operations of the project and supporting the PMO. Such support includes: travel and accommodation support, deployment, recruitment, security background investigation clearance, logistical support, medical support, morale, welfare, and recreational activities; and contingency plans for emergencies. RMGS shall follow all established hiring policies and procedures for the position. Once RMGS determines a candidate, the candidate's resume will be submitted to the COR and INL Mexico City. Because the Mexico Based Project Manager likely shall become party to law-enforcement-privileged and Department of State information during the course of supporting the project, an MRPT clearance is required.
Duties and Responsibilities
The duties and responsibilities of the Mexico based Project Manager shall include, but not limited to:
Â· Handle day-to-day operations of the BPA and Task Orders.
Â· Promote coordination and facilitate communication between INL Mexico City and Mexican Government.
Â· Maintain the communications with instructors.
Â· Manage training, travel and accommodations of the Instructors on Task Order.
Â· Responsible for collecting and verifying time sheets / hours worked by Instructors
Â· Provide any support to the Mexico based Program Manager regarding deployments, and provision of medical support to Instructors, including planning for and facilitating emergency medical evaluations.
The minimum qualifications of the Mexico Based Country Project Manager are:
Â· Two (2) years of experience working overseas or in a remote or difficult environment, preferably in Mexico.
Â· At a minimum, 3/3 Spanish Language
Â· Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
Â· Two (2) years of experience in a supervisory capacity, including knowledge and application of human resource methodologies.
Â· One year experience in payroll, bookkeeping, or accounting.
Â· Experience managing travel and accommodations for employees.
Â· Experience in emergency procedures.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Salary will be discussed with selected individual prior to interview
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