Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Program Analyst (Senior Controlled Spares Specialist )
This position is located at the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Base Amberley, Ipswich, Queensland Australia.
This position supports tasking in PMA-265, NAVAIR Head Quarters in Patuxent River, MD.
Duties include developing and coordinating aviation maintenance and logistics processes and procedures between the RAAF and United States Navy (USN).
Duties included but not limited to:
BS or BA degree in a Business, Management or other Relevant Technical Discipline.
An AS or AA degree and an additional four years of experience.
At least five years of experience in program management, technical or business analysis discipline and included in the five years of experience there must be at least two years of professional experience in technical efforts.
Specific knowledge of FMS and Defense Security Assistance Programs is desired.
Demonstrated knowledge of SECNAV, OPNAV and OSD policy and documentation related to PPBS, life-cycle management of military acquisition programs(as specified in the DOD 5000 series).
Experience processing program acquisition, funding and contract documentation for military programs is desired.
In lieu of formal education, 13 years of experience.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a secret level security clearance.
Must be able to obtain CAC access; Must be a United States citizen.
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