Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
F-22 Acquisition Program Manager (Journeyman)
KBR is seeking an Acquisition Program Manager (Journeyman) who will provide Test and Training Systems Management support as well as acquisition related support to the F-22 program office. The candidate must also have excellent communication skills (written, verbal and active listening). Proficiency with developing presentations and written documents for executive-level review and consumption is a must. The candidate must be comfortable working in a very dynamic, fluid environment and enjoy problem solving.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
CLEARANCE : Secret with ability to obtain SAP Acces
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