Program Manager

City: San Diego
State: California
Country: United States
Job Description


Are you ready for your next adventure? From down range to corporate positions around the world, we provide you with opportunities to grow your career while helping to make the world more secure.

Constellis provides opportunities across every major continent for individuals who want to build successful careers in a fast-paced, growing industry. Legal, moral and ethical business practices remain at the cornerstone of our culture and Constellis continues to be recognized for our emphasis on quality and compliance. This strong track-record of performance is supported by our deep relationships with our government and commercial customers. Our employees worldwide, the majority of whom are military or law enforcement veterans, have ambition and passion for creating a safer world. Join us to Secure Success!


Program Manager will provide total oversight of assigned contract and personnel, interact with KO and COR, and ensure quality of all work performed. Program Manager will support I Marine Expeditionary Force (I MEF) Specialized Training Support Services aboard Marine Corps Base (MCB), Camp Pendleton, California.

  • Responsible for the performance and quality of all work required on the assigned contract
  • Interact with the Contracting Officer (KO) and Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR)
  • Acknowledge discrepancies and valid complaints within specified timeframe and resolve as soon as possible or within the specified timeframe
  • Provide supervision of all courses and make regular visits to all training locations and sites to evaluate instructor compliance to training objectives, facilities, scenarios and exercises
  • Have the knowledge base to validate training syllabi and instructor guides for required courses
  • Review, track, maintain and update, as required, student evaluations, instructor evaluations, student course critiques, and End of Training Reports (EOT) per Government standard operating procedures
  • Supervise all personnel, assign all work to employees and coordinate with the Contracting Officer COR as necessary
  • Develop, update, maintain and submit all contract deliverables (Monthly Status Report, Course Convening Roster, Course Graduation Roster, End of Training Reports, Annual Course Reviews, Instructor Training Jacket and Evaluations), as required
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • Possess an active US Secret Clearance
  • Must have a minimum of two (2) years of experience as a Contract or Program Manager for a job of similar size and scope
  • Must meet the requirements to work as Instructor for either LRS, Advanced Sniper or Advanced Climbing and Recovery as outlined in the performance statement of work
  • Honorably discharged, prior Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) or above in the U.S. Armed Forces holding the Military Occupational Skill (MOS) of 0302, 0307, 0321, 0317, 0370, 0372 (USMC), SO/ EOD (USN), 18Z, 18F, 18B, 18C, 18D, and 18E (USA), and Combat Control (CCT) or Para-rescue (PJ) (USAF)
  • Small Unit Leadership Skills verified by completion of USMC Sergeant’s Course (or higher), Professional Military Education (PME) or other Joint Service, Interagency, or Civilian (e.g. Law Enforcement) equivalent leadership course
  • Successful completion of at least one (1) of the following courses, as evidenced by an appropriate certificate of completion: USMC Reconnaissance, Naval Special Warfare, Marine Corps Special Operations, Army Special Operations or Joint Special Operations Courses
  • Knowledge on how to operate military weapons to include standard small arms (e.g., M16, M4, M249, MK13, M9); as well as both day and night military optics/sights (optics include, but are not limited to, AN/PVS- 31A’s, AN/PVS-15’s, AN/PEQ-16B’s, AN/PAS-29A’s (thermals), AN/PEQ15’s, and AN/PAS-22’s)
  • Effective land navigation skills and ability to operate global positioning systems (GPS)
  • User-type knowledge of field communications equipment, specifically AN/PRC-117, AN/PRC-148, AN/PRC-150, AN/PRC-153, and other military radios
  • Must be physically capable of performing all tasks specified in the Performance Work Statement or perspective area of expertise
  • Possess a current certification in Basic First Aid and Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Must be able to obtain a contractor’s common access card, which will stand as identification for instructors and will enable them to access government owned computer equipment and Non-secure Internet Protocol (NIPR)
  • Effective oral and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of common commercial computer applications (Outlook, Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel, etc.) to produce a variety of documents, charts, graphs and briefing materials and devices/equipment (tablets, smartphones, etc.) to present and execute training


Constellis offers a comprehensive, total rewards package that includes competitive compensation and a flexible benefits package that reflect its commitment to creating a diverse and supportive workplace.


Constellis protects critical priorities safely and efficiently around the world. Operating in 40 countries and based in the Washington D.C. area, our 22,000 Constellis employees bring unparalleled dedication and passion for creating a safer world and upholding the highest standards of compliance, quality and integrity. As a leading global provider of risk management, security, humanitarian, training and operational support services to government and commercial customers worldwide, Constellis’ forward thinking solutions include a range of synergistic services, including background investigations, social intelligence tools, advanced training, logistics and life support, UAV and K9 services, and crisis response mitigation. At Constellis, our number one priority is to secure success for our customers. For more information, visit


Work conditions can vary from a busy office environment to field work, both subject to frequent interruptions. Additional specific details related to working conditions may be outlined in the Performance Work Statement or Client Contract.


Requires intermittent standing, walking, sitting, squatting, stretching and bending throughout the workday. Requires constant use of hands and fingers to feel, handle or operate objects, tools or controls, and reach with hands and arms. Additional specific details related to physical requirements may be outlined in the Performance Work Statement or Client Contract.