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Program Business Manager, Canberra, Northrop Grumman

Published 2022-09-21
Expires 2022-10-21
ID #1177747084
80 AU$
Program Business Manager, Canberra, Northrop Grumman
Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Canberra,
Published September 21, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Program business manager
Min. Salary: 60.000


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We’re building something special here in Australia. Committed to safeguarding our Country’s future by solving the toughest problems in Aeronautics, Space and Mission Systems, we’re investing in our business, growing our capabilities and nurturing a great reputation as the place to be in Defence. ‘Defining Possible’ is our mantra and we are committed to making sure that’s as relevant for our people as for our customers. 

Since 2001, Northrop Grumman has delivered Through-Life Support to the Royal Australian Air Force’s 86 Wing; 34 Squadron located at RAAF Fairbairn in Canberra. The high-performing Northrop Grumman SPA (Special Purpose Aircraft) team is comprised of approximately 50 staff who provide all levels of maintenance, training and logistics support to the fleet of 2x Boeing BBJ’s and 3x Dassault Falcon 7X’s.

We are seeking a diligent and switched on Program Business Manager who will be responsible for the financial reporting and deliverables of the SPA Program. Partnering with the Program Manager, this role requires a high level of commercial acumen to drive high-quality outcomes and be the business’ main financial contact.

This role is uniquely situated onsite with internal stakeholders and the customer, so highly-developed stakeholder and engagement skills will be critical for the success of the program. 

This position is based on-site co-located at 34 Squadron, Fairbairn, ACT.

Key Duties & Responsibilities 
Drive timely and accurate financial reporting including P&L, forecasts and cash flow
Monitoring and control of program budgets
Prepare and deliver quarterly Estimates at Completion which drives the revenue recognition on the Program 
Active participation as member of Program Lead team and close collaboration with the wider Program to ensure abreast with all activities 
Support execution of contractual requirements
Identify and support continuous improvement
Lead and mentor SPA Business Management team and foster financial acumen in Program personnel
Essential Qualifications & Experience
Degree qualified in a relevant discipline (Finance, Commerce, Business or similar)
CPA or CA registered
Must be an Australian citizen with the ability to obtain and maintain a Defence security clearance (Baseline)
Project financial management experience for large, complex contracts (defence industry experience preferred)
Experience in revenue recognition
Whatever your role, life stage or background, you can shape your career here in your way with highly challenging work, great colleagues and career development, plus a range of flexible benefits and working patterns. 
Professional Development Support – further education, leadership development, professional industry memberships and unlimited access to a range of online training
Options for flexible & hybrid work including 9 day fortnight 
Up to 2 weeks additional purchased annual leave
Salary packaging including novated car leases
Generous parental leave entitlements
Employee Assistance Program
Defining Possible means something different to each one of us. What’s Your Possible?

Doing the Right Thing and Sharing Success are two values underpinning how we behave at Northrop Grumman. Here, everyone matters and we proudly encourage individuals from all backgrounds and all abilities to apply to join our diverse and inclusive workforce. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are welcome and encouraged to apply.

Note: As a Defence security clearance is required for this role, you will need to be an Australian Citizen. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) are applicable, so your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.

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