Responsibilities: Provide Program Analyst support the PMA-207 FMS IPT. Provide support directly to the Kuwait KC-130J Case Manager, with overall program management, planning, scheduling, budgeting, and reporting responsibilities. Analyze Letters of Offer/Acceptance, project documents, contracts, instructions, budgets and reports. Identify, analyze, and recommend paths forward or any alternatives necessary to maintain an optimum balance between plans/resources and requirements. Compile management information to provide current technical, schedule, and financial status of each Foreign Military Sales (FMS) case, utilizing milestone charts, data tables and narrative material used to track past, present and projected conditions. Analyze current FMS Cases and program status to identify and provide recommendations for case amendment criteria or new case development. Provide input and analysis for implementing new customer KC-130J and related requirements based on T/M/S and program knowledge. Provide recommendations for Risk and Risk mitigation strategies based on a comprehensive understanding of the foreign customer and their operational tempo. Draft recommendations, briefs, plans, reports, and formal correspondence for the program as requested by IPTL. Provide assistance with coordination of high level meetings including Program Management and Financial Management Reviews, Logistics Sustainment Reviews, and Technical Exchange Meetings. Provide acquisition support by drafting, reviewing, and editing program documentation including, but not limited to, Statements of Work, Acquisition Plans, and Integrated Master Schedules. Creates Procurement Item Description (PID) and tracking milestones in the Procurement Management Tool (PMT), assists with Statement of Work (SOW) development for new contracting efforts, including creating the Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) within the CDRL Tracking System, and follows contracting status until award. Experience on military international programs preferred, with a focus on the middle east , as well as experience in in budgeting, cost analysis, contract management and execution . Possess familiarity with International Programs, Security Assistance Management practices and policies, particularly FMS programs; work directly with Middle Eastern Armed Forces in a cooperative environment.
Education: MS or MA degree from an accredited university in an Administration, Business or Management. Level 3 IA certification required.
Allowable Substitution: BS or BA degree from an accredited university or PMI certification and an additional three years of experience can be substituted for an MS or MA degree. An additional five years experience may be substituted for the degree requirement.
Experience: At least 5 years experience in program management, technical, or business analysis discipline, related to weapon systems acquisition and life cycle management; and a minimum of two years out of 5 years of recent work experience related to weapon system acquisition. Familiarity with SECNAV, Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV), and Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) forms related to PPBS, Military Interdepartmental Procurement Requests, Work Requests, Requisitions, Contract Data Requirements List, and DD254 is required. Demonstrated experience in the program/project status, earned value management and schedules.
Other: Must have an Active Secret Security Clearance.
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