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FMS Case Support Specialist

The F/A-18 EA18G Advanced Weapons Laboratory International Programs Team is seeking an experienced, motivated, and professional individual to become a member of the Canada, Kuwait, and Malaysia Legacy F-18 Hornet Country Support team. This group provides
administrative and technical support for all three tactical aircraft programs.


Essential Job Functions:


Review and analyze assigned USN program requirements to identify potential case impacts, such as schedule, cost, configuration impacts, and capability changes.


Provide releasability recommendations to the Case Manager.


Provide systems engineering and logistical support as required.


Frequent interaction with Government and non-Government personnel, including foreign national personnel.


Act as an escort for foreign national visitors.


Requirements

Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.


HS Diploma plus 13 years? experience however, Bachelor?s degree with?5 years? experience preferred.


Must be eligible to obtain and maintain a clearance for the duration of employment.


Effective communication skills.


Ability to plan, track and communicate status, risks and needs.


Practical experience with F/A-18 functionality.


Ability to multi-task in a dynamic work environment.


Non-local domestic and foreign travel may be required to attend technical reviews and programmatic meetings.


Working knowledge of MS Office (Excel/PowerPoint/Word).


Desired Skills:


Flight and Lab test experience.


Familiarity with ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) and Export Compliance.


Knowledge of product systems engineering and development lifecycle activities.


Aviation, logistical, publications experience is a plus.


Active Security Clearance at the Secret level is desired.


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