|Job Location:||Okinawa Japan|
ALQIMI is seeking a Agreement Analyst in support of the Marine Warfighter in overseas locations.
Position: III MEF Agreements Analyst
Possess an active Secret security clearance and be eligible to be granted access to compartmented information programs immediately.
Must have a working knowledge of Korea/Japan OPLANS/CONPLANS 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; and an ability to work with senior level staff members at the Joint/Combined / MARFOR/MEF level.
Must have experience, working and supporting real world operations and exercises directed by US Pacific Command, USFJ, USFK, US Marine Forces Pacific, and III MEF or its Major Subordinate Commands (MSC).
Outstanding oral and written communication skills and experienced with Microsoft Office Suite, program/project management principals, process improvement, and mission planning.
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/or multi-national agreements program to ensure appropriate cost sharing applies.
Provide actionable recommendations to reduce redundancy through sister-service agreements and a utilization of existing infrastructure and/or planned Military Construction (MILCON)/host nation facility improvements to operate in a joint or combined environment.
Conduct trade-off and cost-benefit analysis to highlight return on investment and/or cost avoidance/savings.
Provide analysis of OPLAN/CONPLAN base/station supporting requirements and provide recommendations to address shortfalls and gaps through future agreements.
Assess plans for crisis response to include NEO and HA/DR in Okinawa and throughout the Pacific AOR to identify shortfalls in base/mission support of operations and update accordingly to include documenting inter-service support.
Evaluate 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.
Provide analysis III MEF and its Major Subordinate Commands (MSCs) (Hawaii, Guam, Japan, Australia and other countries as applicable within the Pacific AOR) relationships with external organizations/partners through the assessment of information, methodologies, strategies, policies, models, and data relating to agreements, on a cyclical basis and recommend appropriate agreement(s) for the relationship to ensure support will maximize the operational effectiveness of the III MEF and its MSCs.
Provide analysis of the master record of active agreements, and of expired reimbursable agreements to support financial audits as required and develop and/or recommend the use of appropriate internal controls and oversight measures with respect to drafting, coordinating, and finalizing agreements.
Analyze, recommend, and develop the management of information and coordinate necessary inter-service/international reviews and updates of agreements to ensure accurate cost share and efficient use of limited resources.
Coordinate with other DoD Components and federal agencies in exploring opportunities for improved quality, efficiency, and effectiveness using agreements and other initiatives.
Identify and recommend future III MEF requirements for inclusion in revised/updated or new agreements.
Provide pre-event planning, on-site coordination, and post-event activities for designated government, and interagency conferences, symposia, and workshops. Includes site selection, development, and distribution of announcements, creation of the agenda, and other required materials and registration.
Active Secret Clearance required
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Camp Courtney, Okinawa, Japan
Okinawa Prefecture is made up of the Ryukyu Islands, which at their southern extremity begin at Nansei Island, and lie between Kyushu, the most southwesterly of Japan's four main islands, and Taiwan. Okinawa consists of 160 islands of various size scattered across a vast area of ocean. The temperature in winter is about the same as that of springtime in Tokyo and Osaka, making it warm and comfortable throughout the year.
With Okinawa being in the subtropical zone, you can enjoy beautiful flowers in any season. Taiwan Cherries, which bloom earlier in Okinawa than anywhere else in Japan, red Deigo flowers, colorful bougainvilleas, pure white Easter lilies, and beautiful yellow tabebuias – it is like a party of tropical flowers! Another highlight is the inhabitation of many rare species of plants and animals, such as the Iriomote wildcats (declared a protected species) on Iriomote-jima Island. The crystal blue sea, with white sand beaches and colorful fish dancing through coral, attracts vacationers as a holiday resort area with many diving spots.
For about 450 years, from the 15th to the 19th century, Okinawa prospered as the Kingdom of Ryukyu, a state independent of Japan's central government. Cultural characteristics and conventions born through the relations with foreign countries in those days still survive in such interesting forms as artifacts and festivals, giving additional charm to Okinawa. Especially Shuri Castle (the castle of the King of Ryukyu) in Naha City, which reopened in 1992 after being reconstructed. It was inscribed as a World Heritage Site, and attracts many visitors.
Various festivals and events are held in Okinawa throughout the year. You can enjoy flowers and whale watching in winter and spring, marine sports and traditional performing arts in summer, and cultural events and field sports in fall. Some traditional festivals and events include the Hari Dragon Boat Race in May, an Eisa dance competition during the summer Bon Festival period, as well as tug-of-war competitions held each summer and fall.
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