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ProfileLegal Analyst Duties: Provide support on-site in the Pentagon in working as part of contract team with the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Office of the General Counsel for International Affairs (OGC/IA). Work closely with the Deputy General Counsel, International Affairs and Associate General Counsels daily on subject matter relating to DoD assets, personnel, and international and domestic affairs for the Secretary of Defense (SecDef). Provide preliminarily review of legal files for sufficiency before final review by supervising attorneys. Provide initial analysis, review, and support for international agreements to which the DoD and its components are signatories. Will: Disseminate daily SecDef Cables to the appropriate Attorneys for action. Support the International Agreements Database (IAD) as needed. Prepare the GCs Briefing Books for the SecDef Briefings. Attend meetings and conferences related to International Affairs topics; liaison with other government agencies and DoD Components. Work and coordinate with high-level DoD offices and officials. Perform research and analysis; cite checking; and database searches using STS, Westlaw, Lexis, and other sources of information. Open and close packages in OGCs suspense tracking systems (STS). Assist with legal administration including the coordinating, assisting, and filing of legal actions for OGC/IA. Coordinate with outside agencies to provide agreements from IAD. Provide backup support to other analysts for a variety of subject matters relating to International Affairs.
Qualification and Experience
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in a legal or international relations related field from an accredited institution and 3 years of experience. 3 years of OSD-level experience with the following: Providing preliminarily review of legal files for sufficiency before final review by supervising attorneys. Providing initial analysis, review, and support for international agreements to which the DoD and its components are signatories. Fundamentally requires an open and creative mind, the ability to conduct rigorous analysis with limited oversight from senior management, and the ability to present difficult concepts in simple terms. Experience in MS Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) applications and online research tools. Excellent written and oral communication skills required together with proficient research and analytical skills. Must be committed to exceptional client service and professionalism while working at the client site. Must have flexibility to accommodate time-sensitive and mission-critical work. Desired: Previous government experience, or experience in a law office, corporate general counsel office, or JAG office. Ability to work in a dynamic government work environment. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work as part of a team. Ability to problem-solve in a time-constrained environment and to take initiative and work independently. Ability to prioritize tasks through strong organizational skills. Must be able to provide support for the following international agreements: Article 98, Acquisition and Cross Servicing Agreement, Counter-Threat Reduction, General Security of Military Information Agreement, General Security of Information Agreement, Status of Forces Agreement, Chapeau Agreement, Military Information Exchange Agreement, Circular 175, Defense Cooperation Agreement, Research and Development Agreement or Memorandum of Understanding, Loan/Grant/Guaranty/Credit Agreements, Liaison Agreements, Personnel Exchange Agreement, Reciprocal Defense Procurement Agreement, Non-Reciprocal Agreements, Reciprocal Government Services Agreement, Exchange of Scientist and Engineers Agreement, Loan and Lease of Equipment Agreement, Implementing Arrangement or Agreement, and Cyber Defense and Information Assurance Agreement.