Senior Principal Program Analyst - Foreign Military Sales - Secret Clearance Required

Washington, DC
Apr 18, 2017
Aug 09, 2017
Full Time
We are seeking an experienced individual with a demonstrated record of performance in Security Cooperation/Security Assistance/Foreign Military Sales (FMS) who will serve as a Senior Program Analyst in support of the Plans and Programs Integration Directorate of the Navy International Programs Office (Navy IPO).

The Analyst will perform a variety of complex analytical and administrative contract tasks in support of the strategic linkage of Navy programs that have the potential to promote, enable and sustain global maritime partnerships through Security Cooperation. 


    Perform analysis and provide recommendations for matching Department of the Navy programs to the requirements of international partners consistent with plans and strategies generated by geographic Combatant Commanders and DoD policy and acquisition offices. The Analyst will present findings in the form of point papers, issue papers, briefings and other documentation as appropriate.  Develop plans and programs in support of ship and aircraft transfer planning. Apply policy and procedures associated with Excess Defense Article (EDA) programs to policy coordination, legislative package development, disclosure policy review, and Congressional notification packages for the transfer of USN vessels and aircraft made available as EDA to partner nations.Interact and team with a wide network of U.S. defense agency and defense industry product and service providers, program managers, policy makers and technical and regulatory agencies to ensure that all coordinated staff actions serve the policy purposes intended and maintain good relationships with international defense partners. May provide guidance and work leadership to less-experienced employees. Participates in special projects as required.
Education Bachelors Degree in Business Administration or a related discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, professional training, or work experience.

Qualifications Ten to fifteen years of experience is required within general program management and acquisition support. Five years recent and current experience is required in Security Assistance/Foreign Military Sales programs or acquisition areas. This may include experience in areas such as defense acquisition planning; engineering and logistics support; equipment integration and procurement; technology transfer and security; international cooperative agreements; and strategic planning initiatives.

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