Act as a project manager to teams of highly specialized and imagery, geospatial and all-source
Perform all duties associated with planning, execution and completion of complex projects
Track status and report to management the project budget, schedule and completion forecast
Have the ability to communicate complex geospatial issues in layman’s terms to non-technical
persons (customers, management and team members) in written, graphic and verbal form.
Be capable of liaising between sales and operations to ensure all customer requirements are
feasible and captured in a Statement of Work
Provide input at the sales and proposal phases to ensure project profitability and efficiencies are
maximized and assess current and necessary resource needs to meet customer requirements
Be driven by quality, customer satisfaction, deadlines and profit
Superior project management skills across multiple disciplines with a minimum of 10 years
PMI certified, Sigma Six certified or trained, or equivalent
A diverse and deep base of GIS knowledge from which to draw and apply to complex projects.
The ability to perform geospatial and GEOINT analysis and work with remote sensing imagery as
needed in industry leading COTS tools.
Desired entrepreneurial experience that drives the desire for constant improvement and creative
solutions to old, new, big and small business risks and opportunities.
Degree in Geography, GIS or remote sensing or related discipline
About Allsource Analysis
The project manager will be responsible for providing overall management, and overseeing completion, of
complex geospatial, imagery and all-source analytical projects. They will also use their understanding of
geography, remote sensing, geospatial analysis, intelligence topics, and the social and physical sciences to
develop processes and procedures that ensure rapid, efficient and quality analysis. The project manager
will play a crucial role in liaising between sales and operations to ensure all customer requirements are
feasible and captured in a Statement of Work. The ideal candidate is highly motivated and needs little
direction to complete tasks.