Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
FMS Program Analyst
Responsible for the oversight and management of complex Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program efforts in support of AMCOM SAMD’s Thailand UH-60M Blackhawk program. Requires experience in FMS program management, technical work, and detailed projects. Meet client work objectives by directing program activities and serving as a liaison with clients. Must work effectively with high-ranking USG and FMS customers’ country representatives. Perform a wide range of analyses, development of recommendations, and prepare clear, succinct reports for management’s consideration.
Specific responsibilities include:
Bachelor's Degree with a minimum of 5-10 years working Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programs. Display a high degree of understanding regarding the overall FMS case development process; the Security Assistance Management Manual (SAMM); and policies, laws, and procedures that govern FMS sales. Must show proficiency in writing new case lines and amending existing case lines.
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