BigBear.ai FMS Program Manager III in Lexington, Massachusetts
Overview BigBear.ai is seeking an FMS Program Manager III to provide program management support to the AWACS program, which is located at Hanscom AFB, MA. What you will do Prepare and support various Program Office activities and meetings, to include US Government-internal meetings, case meetings, design reviews, Program Assessment Reviews (PARs), Interface Control Working Groups (ICWG), Technical Interchange Meetings, and case reviews. Independently and successfully perform as representative (with no decisional authority) of the program office to the customer country’s Ministry of Defense (MOD), Office of Defense Cooperation (ODC), Air Force, etc. and capability to answer complex questions in real-time to customer country representatives. Assess cost, schedule, and performance against program baselines, recommend viable solutions to execution issues, and pursue alternative courses of action. Plan, research, analyze and assess system acquisition in terms of development, production and deployment of weapons systems and associated equipment; formulate plans and recommend effective strategies in meeting cost, schedule and performance objectives. Develop and present briefings/schedules of program status and acquisition tasks to senior management. Comply with FMS-specific requirements, such as mandatory use of in-country subcontractors; interface with SAF/IA, AFSAC, DSCA, Foreign Disclosure Office (FDO); Tri-Service Committee (TSC), etc. Support Program Acquisition Reviews (PAR), senior level meeting/reviews and IMP/IMS reviews, and document all events, meetings and discussions for Senior leaders What you need to have Clearance: Must possess and maintain an active Secret clearance BA/BS degree with 5+ years of experience, or; Advanced Degree (MA/MS) with 3+ years of experience, or; PhD with some professional experience Comprehensive knowledge of principles, policies and practices of systems acquisition and program management, as defined in DoDI 5000.02 and 5000.75, as well as knowledge of roles and relationships within the DoD and the Air Force The successful candidate will have comprehensive knowledge of principles, policies and practices of FMS system acquisition and program management, as well as knowledge of roles and relationships within the FMS community, including SAF/IA, AFSAC, DSCA, AFLCMC/WFNFM, Foreign Disclosure Office (FDO); Tri-Service Committee (TSC), etc. Individual must have knowledge of qualitative and quantitative techniques for gathering, analyzing, and measuring the effectiveness, efficiency and productivity of FMS programs. Individual has the knowledge of support activities that assist the program manager in assessing what programs are within schedule and cost baselines, be able to recommend viable solutions to problems and the pursuit of alternative courses of action. Individual must be able to effectively communicate orally and in writing, providing quality acquisition and program documentation (briefings, documents, plans, etc.). Individual shall be able to plan, research, analyze and assess system acquisition in terms of development, production and deployment of weapons systems and associated equipment; formulate plans and recommend effective strategies in meeting cost, schedule and performance objectives. The candidate will be able to support and develop various briefings/schedules of program status and acquisition tasks to senior management. Ability to interact independently with Senior level US and International leaders (Military and Civilian) in business, social and meeting settings Extensive Knowledge of MS Office products especially MS PowerPoint Extensive Ability to Meet tight deadlines, develop precision documents for Senior leaders under tight deadlines Interpret technical requirements into written direction Work independently with little direction or guidance to achieve leadership goals Must be highly organized and able to organize others Must obtain and maintain access to the following Foreign Military Sales/Security Assistance tools: Defense Security Assistance Management System: SIPRNET What we'd like you to have Knowledge of ITAR regulations, Rules and Regulations About BigBear.ai A leader in decision dominance for more than 20 years, BigBear.ai operationalizes artificial intelligence and machine learning at scale through its end-to-end data analytics platform. The Company uses its proprietary AI/ML technology to support its customers’ decision-making processes and deliver practical solutions that work in complex, realistic and imperfect data environments. BigBear.ai’s composable AI-powered platform solutions work together as often as they stand alone: Observe (data ingestion and conflation), Orient (composable machine learning at scale), and Dominate (visual anticipatory intelligence and optimization). BigBear.ai’s customers, which include the U.S. Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, the U.S. Federal Government, as well as customers in the commercial sector, rely on BigBear.ai’s high value software products and technology to analyze information, identify and manage risk, and support mission critical decision making. Headquartered in Columbia, Maryland, BigBear.ai has additional locations in Virginia, Massachusetts, Michigan, and California. BigBear.ai will request COVID-19 vaccination status information as part of the onboarding process.