Serves as the Technical support for the Software Division Chief of the Precision Fires Rocket and Missile Systems (PFRMS) Project Management Office (PMO), providing Foreign Military Sales and export control policy expertise. Focus will be on Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (MLRS) Platform software and its munitions. Knowledge of United States Munitions List (USML) or the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) Annex, International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), as well as other policies involved with FMS will be a plus. Also knowledge of the Army Acquisition policies and process is desired.
Your future duties and responsibilities
• Support all levels of staff including peers, team members, management and PM PFRMS Customers.
• Provide support and expertise regarding FMS processes to PFRMS PMO
• Provide support and expertise regarding export control policies and processes to PFRMS PMO
• Make recommendations and develop white papers regarding strategies for future FMS acquisition of Precision Fires programs (MLRS/HIMARS/MFOM) in response to customer Letters of Request (LOR) and Letters of Agreement (LOA).
• Work with FMS customers in developing requirements to ensure fulfillment of all components of the LOR and LOA.
• Interact with U.S. Government, Security Assistance directorates/agencies, foreign national authorities, and OEM representatives through the creation of presentations, briefings, and face to face discussions with foreign national military and delegates.
• Responsible for technical review of documentation to include compliance, capabilities, interoperability, regulatory, and more.
• Support all aspects of the Army Acquisition process for PFRMS PMO acquisitions.
• Perform technology assessments and prepare papers/presentations of assessment
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
• B.S Degree (Engineering discipline preferred) or relevant experience.
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively with others
• Must be a self-starter which requires minimal supervision.
• Must be able and willing to travel, to include international travel (<25%)
• Requires a valid US tourist passport
• Must possess a US Secret clearance
• Knowledge and experience with US export control processes and policies
• Knowledge of ITAR and Trade Compliance processes
• Knowledge of Army Acquisition process.
• Knowledgeable with Statements of Work (SOWs)
• Experience working with U.S. State Department agencies involved in exports, Foreign Disclosure
• In-depth knowledge of Field Artillery Launcher (FAL) programs, C2 and their munitions.
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