• Senior Program Analyst (FMS)

    Job Locations US-OH-Dayton
    Job ID
    Project Management
    Clearance Level
  • Overview

    USfalcon, Inc., recognized as one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the United States, is seeking a Senior Program Analyst (FMS) to work at the KC-46 Tanker Program Office, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  The KC-46 is a cutting-edge, highly respected military aerial refueling and strategic military transport aircraft.  Come join this exceptional team today!

    The Program Executive Officer (PEO) for Tankers is responsible for the planning and execution of all life cycle activities for the Air Force’s tanker fleet, to include development, test, production, fielding, and support of the KC-46 tanker system, as well as modification and support of the fielded KC-135 and KC-10 tanker systems operated by the Air Force and partner nations. The tasks below are integral to the execution and modernization of the total tanker fleet.




    • Support the development of requirements for program integration. Review, analyze, assess and participate in special studies.  Draft and coordinate special studies annexes
    • Support PEO efforts to develop capabilities requirements and produce and staff JCIDS products.  Support the JCIDS process by developing architectures, plans, and concepts; supporting requirements development for the acquisition, testing, fielding, operations, and disposal of HQ programs. This support will include but is not limited to drafting refining and maturing requirements, as well as conducting analysis which supports justifies these documents
    • Draft requirement strategies that establish the path and resources necessary to advance through each phase of the acquisition
    • Address the capabilities required and identify the funding, schedule, testing, sustainment, interoperability, training, and intelligence elements
    • Review and provide comments on the review of policy, strategies, doctrine, law, regulation, and authoritative CONOPS in the requirements development phase
    • Support the requirements generation process. Organize, administer and attend meetings, to include tag-ups, ICTs, HPTs, and perform day-to-day activities IAW applicable instructions.
    • Analyze requirements definition, capabilities documents, and acquisition roadmaps. Review policy, strategies, doctrine, law, regulation, and authoritative CONOPS
    • Advise requirement developers and system acquirers on operational/logistical considerations for concept tradeoffs
    • Define issues with fielding the program and coordinate operational preparedness activities (non-materiel elements of DOTmLPF) across functional staff, operational units, and system acquirers
    • Provide systems engineering and technical assistance support throughout all acquisition lifecycle phases



    Required Skills:

    • Ten (10) years of experience in performing relevant operational functions Extensive knowledge and experience in schedule and performance/technical aspects of current, future, and interrelated programs.
    • Contractor shall have existing extensive knowledge of the Acquisition lifecycle including Performance, Cost, schedule and technical issues and shall display expert level of understanding of program requirements.
    • Familiarity with the DoD budget process (Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE), Program Objective Memorandum “POM” Cycle).  Familiarity with the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) desired, but not required

    Education:  Bachelors


    Clearance:  Secret



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