Agreements Analyst

Key Role:

Identify and recommend future client requirements for inclusion in agreements between the client and other agencies, organizations, and DOD services. Advise and assist the client on Cooperative Agreements and Grants, Real- Estate permits/leases, International Agreements, Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreements, Mutual Aid Agreements, Memorandums of Agreement, Memorandums of Understanding, Intra-Agency Support Agreements, Inter-Agency Support Agreements, Host-Tenant Support Agreements, Technical Arrangements. Provide analysis of the feasibility of support of other services or host nation of allies/partners to provide base operations and mission support to reduce vulnerabilities and mitigate risks of failure to mission. Develop a robust inter-service support and multi-national agreements program to ensure appropriate cost sharing applies and provide actionable recommendations to reduce redundancy through sister-service agreements and a utilization of existing infrastructure and planned Military Construction (MILCON)/host nation facility improvements to operate in a joint or combined environment. Provide analysis of Operational Plan supporting requirements and provide recommendations to address shortfalls and gaps through future agreements. valuate past and existing agreements to analyze impact on operational mission effectiveness and provide recommendations for agreements to meet both current and projected future operational mission requirements. Analyze, recommend, and develop the management of information and coordinate necessary inter-service and international reviews and updates of agreements to ensure accurate cost share and efficient use of limited resources, and coordinate with other DoD Components and federal agencies in exploring opportunities for improved quality, efficiency, and effectiveness using agreements and other initiatives.

Basic Qualifications:

  • 10+ years of experience in military logistics
  • 5+ years of experience creating and negotiating agreements in the Pacific AOR
  • Experience working and supporting real world operations and exercises directed by US Pacific Command, United States Forces Japan (USFJ), United States Forces Korea (USFK), US Marine Forces Pacific, and III Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) or its Major Subordinate Commands (MSC)
  • Experience in Microsoft Office Suite, including program and project management principals, process improvement, and mission planning
  • Knowledge of a variety of DoD networks for information gathering, including NIPR and SIPR
  • Knowledge of Korea of Japan Operational Plans at the component level, Intra-service and Inter-service Support Agreements, International agreements, Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreements, Status of Forces Agreements, and other applicable agreement instruments in use within the Pacific AOR
  • Ability to work with senior level staff members at the Joint and Combined level
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing.
  • Secret Clearance
  • HSl Diploma or GED

Clearance:

Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility
requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.

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