Program Manager

The Program Manager oversees the status of assigned projects and programs to ensure that the program goals are met by providing decision-making skills and solving project issues that have overall program impacts.

Compensation: DOE
  • Plan and execute the delivery of programs and projects assigned as well as activities in alignment with the customer’s requirements and in accordance with company standards and policies
  • Develop and implement goals and benchmarks that aid in the achievement of successful outcomes for programs and projects
  • Develop program evaluation frameworks to assess the strengths of certain programs and to identify areas that may require improvement
  • Ensure that program activities comply with all relevant airworthiness standards
  • Assist the Program Management Department (PM) with any additional program research and oversight as needed
  • Communicate with other managers (internal and external) to ensure effective and efficient program delivery
  • Coordinate the delivery of services among different program activities to increase effectiveness and efficiency
  • Ensure that programs operate within the approved budget and are delivered on-time
  • Identify and evaluate any risks associated with program activities and take appropriate action to control such risks
  • Report evaluation findings to the PM and recommend changes to enhance the program, as appropriate
  • Assist with proposals when needed
  • Adhere to all Southeast Aerospace company policies, safety guidelines, and code of ethical conduct
  • In adhering to company polices, all employees are subject to random drug and alcohol tests
  • This position is also subject to random drug and alcohol testing under DOT and FAA regulations
  • Must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodation
  • Any and all other duties assigned by the supervisor
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related subject preferred; minimum requirement of a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Three to five years of experience in aerospace manufacturing and/or modifications (i.e. Fixed-wing and/or Rotorcraft, commercial and/or government)
  • Previous knowledge of program management preferred
  • Knowledge of client groups and/or issues related to the program areas
  • Previous knowledge of aerospace manufacturing and modifications
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project and simple accounting software
  • Acceptable background check for required matters
  • US Persons as defined in 22CFR 120.15 for required matters.

Working Conditions
The Program Manager working conditions usually consist of an office environment, but the designated missions of Southeast Aerospace may sometimes take managers to non-standard workplace locations. The Program Manager works within a standard work week, but may be required to work some evening shifts and weekends to monitor program activities.

Physical Requirements
There are no particular strenuous physical requirements for the Program Manager position; however certain environmental conditions that are associated with an office workspace may elevate certain sensory demands. These demands may range from eyestrain from computers for long periods of time to any noise and activity disturbances produced from an active office environment.

  • Health, Dental, 401K-Profit Sharing, Vacation, Sick Leave, Holiday Pay, Portable HSA Account, Clothing Allowance
  • Health and Dental insurance premiums fully paid by employer for employee. Southeast Aerospace pays 80% of Health and Dental insurance premiums for legal dependents.
  • 401(k) and profit sharing at eligibility

  • Premium health benefits including spouse & dependent coverage
  • Safe Harbor 401k retirement plan
  • Paid holidays including extended December/New Year's break
  • Located in Brevard County- fast growing tech region
  • No state income tax

Southeast Aerospace is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment and will not be discriminated against in regard to age, race, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, religion, or veteran status. For more information on applicable equal employment regulations, refer to Know Your Rights.

Qualified individuals with a disability have the right to request a reasonable accommodation. Request an accommodation by email at or call Mark Braddock at 321-255-9877, providing the nature of your request & contact information. Please note that telephone calls are for accommodation requests only.