Barbaricum supports government clients with Integrated Communications, Mission Support, and Cyber Security / Intelligence.
Our passion is innovation and we are committed to client value and effective technical solutions. We are an ISO 9001 : 2015-certified and CMMI Level 3 appraised, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) located in Washington, DC.
Our mission is to transform the ways the U.S. Government approaches problem sets of increasing complexity by delivering innovative solutions, particularly in support of National Security missions.
Barbaricum is one of the fastest-growing companies in our market. The company is routinely recognized by institutions like Inc.
Magazine, GovCon, AMEC, PRSA, and SmartCEO for corporate growth, capabilities, and award-winning client work. Our team is dynamic and agile, providing global support to current missions across five continents.
We are also focused on developing and maintaining our vibrant corporate culture, having been recently named a Best Workplace for 2017 by Inc.
Magazine. Barbaricum seeks a Special Measures Agreement (SMA) Analyst to provide support to a fast-paced and dynamic program supporting the U.
S. military 4 star-led, joint command United States Forces Korea (USFK) in South Korea. This individual will leverage military experience within planning, operations or intelligence domains to help the Command monitor, record, and summarize SMA negotiations, current status, and assess potential future outcomes to military and GS stakeholders.
This team includes strategic communications planners and analysts, as well as behavioral research and web development functions.
Provide strategic and operational support; political-military estimates, policy and strategy formulation, and interagency coordination
Conduct research and write summaries and analytical products associated with congressional affairs; political, military, and diplomatic coordination
Research and develop memos, plans, and overall strategic guidance for larger J5 objectives
Produce and / or assist with information environment impact assessment (IEIA) reports, briefing slides / memos, and meeting talking points for senior military and GS staff
Coordinate and oversee the development of measurable strategic timetables, goals, objectives, and milestones implementing instructions, local plans, policies, and programs.
Contribute to drafting press releases or opinion pieces for public media, as requested
Active DoD Secret Clearance required
Bachelor's Degree and four years of relevant experience, preferably related to East Asia, history, international relations or political science
Military experience preferably within an Army strategy, planning, operations, or intelligence role
Familiarity with SMA past and present history; Korean history and culture; Korean geo-politics
Previous work related to the topics of SMA, Korean labor, Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA), and other related and relevant topics
Demonstrated knowledge and understanding (must include relevant work experience) of East Asia / Korea regional politics, jurisprudence, culture, economic development, security trends, U.
S. interests, and human rights in general, including particular experience in South Korea
Strong research skills, particularly those applied in a work setting (i.e. not only university coursework)
Ability to proactively develop, synthesize, and articulate effective and actionable policy recommendations
Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced setting, defining, and meeting deadlines
Ability to synthesize information from various sources
Ability to work independently and as part of a professional team
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, and professional demeanor
Proven experience using Microsoft Office applications