Due to COVID-19, this position is hybrid, with work on-site 2 days per week. When the Pentagon fully reopens, the position may require more work on-site to meet the mission's needs.*
Supporting the Headquarters Air Force. This opening is for a Senior Acquisitions Systems Analyst who will support the Munitions Export License Application (MELA) team, which evaluates export license applications, commodity jurisdiction requests, and voluntary disclosures, and prepares recommended responses for the Air Force to provide to DoD’s Defense Technology Security Administration (DTSA).
The MELA office manages Air Force acquisition munitions export applications and applicable regulatory information to facilitate/support reviews and recommendations on the control of critical technology. The office also helps to develop export policies that meet all of the US and International laws and treaties.
The analyst will work on cases involving a wide variety of technologies, including fixed wing military aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles, military communications, navigation, radar, space, rockets and missiles, training systems and simulators, software, and gas turbine engines.
Analyzing and assess potential export agreements to prevent international transfer of U.S. military technology when such transfer is not in the best interests of the U.S.
Analyzing and summarizing arms control treaties and activities.
Maintaining current information on U.S. and international policies, treaties, laws, etc., on the control of missile technology and related weapon delivery systems.
Developing and maintaining a database of Air Force acquisition munitions export applications and applicable regulatory information to facilitate/support reviews and recommendations.
Researching, analyzing, and providing draft recommendations on each MELA case and conduct export-related issue and policy studies.
Recommending export policies and actions that enhance the security of Air Force weapons systems.
Reviewing, analyzing, and providing recommendations on international technology transfer issues and policy to include such specialized topics as manufacturing technology, industrial espionage, country-to-country agreements, and national security.
Monitoring and reporting on foreign disclosure limitations and FMS/NATO-related issues.
Researching and evaluating issues related to Foreign Military Sales (FMS).
Any other tasks closely associated with the performance of duties list above and as coordinated with the COR.
Active Secret Clearance.
Strong writing and analysis capabilities.
Master's degree in any field.
10 years of acquisition or operational experience in Government.
Experience in defense acquisitions planning, or interpreting & implementing federal export regulations (ITAR, EAR).
If you are interested in pursuing this opportunity, please respond back and include the following:
MS WORD Resume
Upon receipt, one of our managers will contact you to discuss the position in full detail.