Rigil Corporation

2017-002 HCATS IDIQ Project Manager


Washington, DC


Full Time

2017-002 HCATS IDIQ Project Manager

About Rigil

Rigil is an award-winning, woman-owned, 8(a) small disadvantaged business that specializes in technology consulting, strategy consulting and product development. We value teamwork and strive to build strong leaders.


Washington, D.C.

Job type

Full time



The Purpose of the HCATS IDIQ Project Manager will have the responsibility of master contract deliverables and compliances, and ensures that all required reporting information is accurate, complete and submitted in accordance with the contract.


Duties and responsibilities 


  • The individual will perform administrative duties related to the contract vehicle and the task orders awarded under the master contract as required, and has ultimate responsibility for the resolution of all master contract and task order performance issues.


  • The Program Manager has responsibility for the internal distribution of task order RFIs and RFPs and for educating Rigil employees and government customers on the features and benefits of the contract vehicles.

  • The ability to identify and articulate the contract vehicle features and the requirements and for a compliant and winning submission is necessary.

  • The Program Manager develops and maintains highly effective relationships with the government contract management offices and represents the company as primary point-of-contact for the assigned contract vehicles.


  • Support Human Capital (HC) initiatives across Performance Work Statement (PWS) areas including: processing improvement, communications, strategy, performance management, career services, rank in person, performance pay, assignments, SES support.


  • Working with clients to determine strategic direction for the human capital plan.


  • Defining strategic goals and objectives along with the appropriate performance measures and accountabilities.


  • Applying appropriate human capital analytics and using data to drive Human Capital decision-making such as the Human Capital Assessment and Accountability Framework (HCAAF) Systems, Standards, and Metrics


  • Providing guidance to ensure alignment of the human capital plan with the client’s mission



  • Determining best practices derived from human capital benchmark studies.


  • Design the development of specific training curriculums, providing content expertise and framework for the development and execution of end user training and procedures. Manage the development, communication and coordination of training registration processes & tools through organization’s LMS.


  • Design the development of training templates, standards, and processes to be used by customer teams and ensure alignment of these templates, standards, tools and processes.


  • Assist in the development of strategies for blended learning. Partner with leads in learning development and project management for analysis, design, development, delivery and evaluation of training solutions. 


  • Assists and supports planning sessions with multiple clients and stakeholders at various organizational levels to improve their awareness, understanding, acceptance, and advocacy for organizational and business process changes.


  • He/she will ensure the Rigil brand is highly visible and connotes high value through a dynamic presence in the market.


Application instructions

To be considered for this position please email your resume to mamta@rigil.com. List the job opening in the subject line.


Rigil is an equal opportunity employer

Rigil considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, sexual preference, personal appearance, family responsibility, the presence of a non-job-related medical condition or physical disability, matriculation, political affiliation, veteran status, or any other legally protected status. Rigil requires a Pre-Employment Background Investigation.


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