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State Department Jobs

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Employment Opportunity for Lawyers

The position is temporary (2 – 3 months) and full time to work on a State Department task force in Washington, D.C. Recent security clearance and INWS preferred. Please respond ASAP with a resume to FLO at FLONetwork@state.gov.

Nonprofit & Academic Jobs

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Senior Administrative Assistant/Office Manager

The American Civil Liberties Union of The Nation’s Capital and the American Civil Liberties Union of the Nation’s Capital Fund (ACLU-NCA) seek a Senior Administrative Assistant/Office Manager. Founded in 1961, the ACLU-NCA is one of the District’s premier public advocacy organizations. Based in District of Columbia, the ACLU- NCA advances civil liberties through litigation, legislation and public education. To learn more about the work of the ACLU and the civil liberties principles we uphold, please visit www.aclu-nca.org and www.aclu.org.

JOB DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Senior Administrative Assistant/Office Manager will be an hourly part-time position (.75 FTE) reporting to the Executive Director. The position provides administrative support to the Executive Director and Senior Staff. The perfect candidate is an administrative professional who is on the ball, detail oriented, and enjoys providing backup and support to busy program staff.

Specific duties and responsibilities include:

• Work closely with the Executive Director to support all administrative aspects of six-person office.
• Serve as first point of contact in the office with the general public and membership: staffing the front office; answering phones; responding to general inquiries and requests for legal assistance.
• Perform office duties, including managing the mail, maintaining office supply inventories, copying, and filing.
• Maintain, update and secure hard copy and electronic filing systems, implement efficient and effective filing procedures, observe all confidentiality restrictions.
• Manage and troubleshoot office systems, including telephone, voicemail, and information technology. Contact and interface with vendors, customer service, and IT support as necessary.
• Perform basic bookkeeping and manage annual reporting for organization.
• Monitor and oversee maintenance of office equipment.

In addition, this position will work with Senior Staff to:

• Schedule and coordinate meetings, appointments and travel arrangements for staff.
• Assist with preparing agendas and supplemental materials and supplies for meetings.
• Provide assistance to the development program including data entry, financial reporting, and assistance with donor events.
• Coordinate requests for public speaking and volunteer positions.
• With other staff, plan and organize public outreach events, and update external communications.
• Contribute to a positive and welcoming workplace atmosphere.

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Strong commitment to and understanding of the mission of the ACLU.
• Work experience that demonstrates professionalism, a strong sense of discretion and an ability to take initiative to resolve problems and to exercise good judgment in stressful circumstances.
• Exceptional interpersonal skills, attention to detail and work ethic required.
• Good team player.
• Willingness to take on new issues and learn new skills.
• Demonstrated computer literacy.
• Ability to perform numerical analysis.
• Commitment to and understanding of diversity; a personal approach that values the individual and respects differences of race, ethnicity, age, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, religion, ability and socio-economic circumstance.
• QuickBooks and bookkeeping experience preferred.
• Bachelor's degree preferred.

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: Salary based on experience. Excellent benefits include paid vacation, medical, vision and dental insurance, 401k plan, life and long-term disability insurance, and generous paid holidays.

TO APPLY: By October 6, 2014 send a letter of interest, resume, and three references to: monica@aclu-nca.org

Please place “Office Manager Position” in the subject line. Applications accepted until position is filled. Please indicate in your interest letter where you found this job listing.
The ACLU is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. The ACLU encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, and veteran status.
The ACLU of the Nation’s Capital comprises two separate corporate entities, the American Civil Liberties Union of the Nation’s Capital and the ACLU Foundation of the Nation’s Capital. Both the American Civil Liberties Union of the Nation’s Capital and the ACLU Foundation of the Nation’s Capital have the same overall mission, and share office space and employees. The ACLU has two separate corporate entities in order to do a broad range of work to protect civil liberties.

Executive Director, McLean Project for the Arts (MPA)

McLean Project for the Arts (MPA) has an immediate need for an innovative, strategic leader with a demonstrated record of success in the not-for-profit world to serve as its Executive Director. The Executive Director will lead and grow the organization at a time of tremendous excitement and momentum in the DC metropolitan area’s burgeoning art scene.

MPA is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) visual arts center founded in 1962 with a mission to exhibit the work of emerging and established artists from the mid-Atlantic region; to promote public awareness and understanding of the concepts of contemporary art; and to offer instruction and education in the visual arts. MPA enriches a community hungry for high quality visual arts by providing museum quality exhibitions and creating a cultural destination. MPA’s beautiful 2,000 square foot Emerson Gallery provides one of the few spaces available in the DC metropolitan region for large sculpture and installations. MPA offers a wide variety of professionally taught art classes for adults, teens and children including Family Art Workshops, artist talks and workshops, and tours to area museums and galleries. MPA’s award winning ArtReach program takes art instruction into Fairfax County Public Schools and senior centers, and brings students, seniors, and those with special needs into our galleries for exhibition tours and hands-on art activities. MPA currently has a staff of 10 full and part-time professionals, hundreds of volunteers, an annual operating budget of approximately $800,000. MPA also benefits from an actively engaged Board of Directors comprised of community members, business leaders and arts professionals.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will be responsible for the organization's achievement of its mission through innovative strategies in fundraising and programming. The Executive Director will ensure that the financial, administrative, and operational activities of MPA, including its galleries and studio, function at the highest levels and in accordance with the organization’s mission and values.

The Executive Director of MPA will be expected to maintain a strong, visible presence in the community, strengthen current funding relationships and develop new, diverse sources of funds that ensure the organization will achieve sustainable growth and financial stability. This position offers the opportunity for an entrepreneurial leader to have a true impact on the DC area’s cultural landscape while ensuring that MPA will be a national leader in its field.

Requirements:

• A minimum of five years experience as a non-profit executive with fundraising and management responsibility.
• Demonstrated success in fundraising with foundations, corporations, government entities and individuals.
• Knowledge of, or keen interest in, the visual arts.
• Familiarity with the Washington D.C. metropolitan area including potential funding sources in the market.
• Strong organizational skills and the ability to leverage limited resources through effective delegation in order to manage multiple, competing priorities.
• A creative, innovative, and strategic thinker with extraordinary interpersonal skills who enjoys building relationships across stakeholder groups.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Able to create and lead a vibrant team environment with staff, Board and other stakeholders to achieve organizational objectives.
• Desire to participate actively in MPA’s lively schedule of activities and events weekdays, evenings and weekends.
• Bachelor’s Degree

Compensation:

This is a full time, on-site position. Compensation in the range of $55,000 – 70,000, depending on the qualifications and experience of the candidate.

Applications:

Please send letter, resume and references to:

Executive Director Search Committee: jobs@mpaart.org

McLean Project for the Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values workplace diversity.
Website: www.mpaart.org

WAE Employment

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EFM (Family Member) Employment

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Budget Analyst, Bureau of Administration, A/EX/FMD

*NCE (EOE)* refers to candidates who have noncompetitive hiring eligibility (NCE) under Executive Order 12721

Bureau/Office: Bureau of administration, A/EX/FMD
Grade/Salary: gs-9/11/12; $52,146 - $98,305
Position Title: BUDGET ANALYST
Job Description: SEE ATTACHED
Point of Contact: AMELIA SLIGH
Contact Email and/or Phone: SLIGHAC@STATE.GOV
Closing Date: SEPTEMBER 30, 2014
Clearance Required: SECRET
Noncompetitive Eligibility Required? YES

Seeking Eligible Family Members (EFMs) with noncompetitive eligibility (NCE) under Executive Order 12721.

Noncompetitive eligibility under E.O. 12721 enables EFMs to apply for jobs noncompetitively. With this hiring option, they are considered before other candidates.

To have this noncompetitive eligibility hiring option, an EFM must have completed 52 weeks or 2087 hours of service in an appropriated fund position(s) performed under a Family Member or Temporary Appointment overseas. Work must be performed during the time the family member was accompanying a sponsor officially assigned to a U.S. mission overseas and the EFM must have received fully successful or better (or equivalent) performance rating as demonstrated by their latest PAR.

To apply for this position, candidates with noncompetitive eligibility should send the following required documents to the contact listed above:

• A copy of their resume or OF 612 (Include dates and # of hours worked at each location, and name and phone # of supervisor(s).)
• Proof of their eligibility (i.e., E.O. 12721 documentation, initial, final SF-50s, etc.)
• A copy of their most recent performance appraisal (signed and dated)

Regional Coordinator (Foreign Affairs Officer), EUR/SCE

*NCE (EOE)* refers to candidates who have noncompetitive hiring eligibility (NCE) under Executive Order 12721

Bureau/Office: EUR/SCE
Grade/Salary: GS-11, 12 or 13 depending on incumbent’s qualifications
Position Title: Regional Coordinator (Foreign Affairs Officer)

Job Description: This position is located in the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs, Office of South Central European Affairs (EUR/SCE), and is supervised by EUR/SCE’s Economic Officer/Regional Issues Team Leader. This is a Temporary appointment at the GS-11, 12, or 13 level, depending upon incumbent’s qualifications/experience. The duration of this appointment is 9 to 12 months.

The incumbent is Regional Coordinator for South Central European Affairs, which covers seven countries in the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia). The Regional Coordinator leads the office’s efforts, in cooperation with country desk officers, on cross-cutting policy issues such as human rights, justice/law enforcement, political-military, war crimes/tribunals, refugees/IDPs, and U.S. assistance programs; for U.S. policy and participation in Balkans/Southeastern Europe regional organizations; drafting speeches and Congressional testimony; and Congressional, intra-Departmental and interagency liaison. Responsibilities include drafting briefing materials for senior policy makers, monitoring news and developments in the region, coordinating logistics and drafting agendas and papers for State Department, interagency, and intergovernmental meetings, and reporting results. The incumbent may also be called upon to provide staffing support to senior U.S. officials’ travels and negotiations from time to time.

Qualifications:

• An academic background and work experience in international relations and international issues.
• Knowledge of foreign policy issues (e.g. political, economic, public diplomacy), principles, concepts, and methods is essential.
• Ability to work with a wide variety of officials, including policymakers, office directors, officers at post, representatives of other governments, business and the non-governmental community.
• Ability to work under tight deadlines and take on increasing levels of responsibilities/tasks in a fast-paced environment.
• Must possess strong interpersonal, writing, research and analytical skills.
• Experience providing analysis and evaluation of information derived from a variety of sources.
• Experience providing advice, guidance, or consultation based on the results of analyses of foreign policy and/or national security issues.
• Experience working with policy issues related to the Western Balkans would be a plus.

Point of Contact: Brandon Coldwell
Contact Email and/or Phone: ColdwellBS@state.gov
Closing Date: September 24, 2014
Clearance Required: Top Secret
Noncompetitive Eligibility Required? Yes

Seeking Eligible Family Members (EFMs) with noncompetitive eligibility (NCE) under Executive Order 12721.v
Noncompetitive eligibility under E.O. 12721 enables EFMs to apply for jobs noncompetitively. With this hiring option, they are considered before other candidates.

To have this noncompetitive eligibility hiring option, an EFM must have completed 52 weeks or 2087 hours of service in an appropriated fund position(s) performed under a Family Member or Temporary Appointment overseas. Work must be performed during the time the family member was accompanying a sponsor officially assigned to a U.S. mission overseas and the EFM must have received fully successful or better (or equivalent) performance rating as demonstrated by their latest PAR.

To apply for this position, candidates with noncompetitive eligibility should send the following required documents to the contact listed above:

• A copy of their resume or OF 612 (Include dates and # of hours worked at each location, and name and phone # of supervisor(s).)
• Proof of their eligibility (i.e., E.O. 12721 documentation, initial, final SF-50s, etc.)
• A copy of their most recent performance appraisal (signed and dated)

Administrative Liaison Officer, INR/AL

*NCE (EOE)* refers to candidates who have noncompetitive hiring eligibility (NCE) under Executive Order 12721

Bureau/Office: INR/AL
Grade/Salary: Candidate will be appointed at the level for which they are eligible. Full performance level is GS-12
Position Title: Administrative Liaison Officer

Job Description: This position is located in the Office of Administrative Liaison, Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR/AL). The office is responsible for planning, coordinating and reviewing the action by all Department offices cooperating in support of highly sensitive and specialized programs. The incumbent is responsible for a broad range of personnel and general administrative work on special programs for specific geographic areas related to sensitive intelligence projects with a focus on staffing and/or assignment issues.

The duties listed below are at the GS-9 level. At the GS-7 level, the incumbent will perform similar lower-graded duties under greater supervision and with less independence.

• Performs a variety of office administrative actions involving the interpretation of complex written material in accordance with office standards, the use of guidelines to determine that actions conform to established terms of agreement among key players; and the drafting of instructions and/or telegrams to various offices and posts;
• Assists office management in advising and guiding Department of State officers and counterparts within the intelligence agencies to assure required and coordinated action in support of special activities;
• Assists in analyzing problem situations, developing factual information, and recommending solutions and/or alternative options to routine administrative problems, referring more difficult problems to the supervisor;
• Counsels and advises personnel participating in the program and/or supporting the program regarding Foreign Service appointment, benefits, assignment and transfer processes within established guidelines;
• Maintains detailed, comprehensive records relating to positions and/or assigned personnel, including preparing summaries and reports for review by supervisor;
• Serves as liaison officer with counterparts within the Department and various agencies and participates in meetings relating to areas of responsibility.

Point of Contact: Vernelle Ford
Contact Email and/or Phone: FordVC@state.gov
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Clearance Required: TS/SCI NOTE: Due to the sensitive nature of the activities, the incumbent must have a Top Secret clearance and be found eligible for access to Sensitive Compartmented Information before encumbering the position.
Noncompetitive Eligibility Required? Yes

Seeking Eligible Family Members (EFMs) with noncompetitive eligibility (NCE) under Executive Order 12721.

Noncompetitive eligibility under E.O. 12721 enables EFMs to apply for jobs noncompetitively. With this hiring option, they are considered before other candidates.

To have this noncompetitive eligibility hiring option, an EFM must have completed 52 weeks or 2087 hours of service in an appropriated fund position(s) performed under a Family Member or Temporary Appointment overseas. Work must be performed during the time the family member was accompanying a sponsor officially assigned to a U.S. mission overseas and the EFM must have received fully successful or better (or equivalent) performance rating as demonstrated by their latest PAR.

To apply for this position, candidates with noncompetitive eligibility should send the following required documents to the contact listed above:

• A copy of their resume or OF 612 (Include dates and # of hours worked at each location, and name and phone # of supervisor(s).)
• Proof of their eligibility (i.e., E.O. 12721 documentation, initial, final SF-50s, etc.)
• A copy of their most recent performance appraisal (signed and dated)

Executive Assistant to PDAS, DRL/FO

*NCE (EOE)* refers to candidates who have noncompetitive hiring eligibility (NCE) under Executive Order 12721

Bureau/Office: DRL/FO
Grade/Salary: GS-9/1
Position Title: Executive Assistant to PDAS
Job Description: Please See Attached
Point of Contact: Hinda Mohamed
Contact Email and/or Phone: Mohamedha@state.gov
Closing Date: open until filled
Clearance Required: Top Secret
Noncompetitive Eligibility Required? Yes

Seeking Eligible Family Members (EFMs) with noncompetitive eligibility (NCE) under Executive Order 12721.

Noncompetitive eligibility under E.O. 12721 enables EFMs to apply for jobs noncompetitively. With this hiring option, they are considered before other candidates.

To have this noncompetitive eligibility hiring option, an EFM must have completed 52 weeks or 2087 hours of service in an appropriated fund position(s) performed under a Family Member or Temporary Appointment overseas. Work must be performed during the time the family member was accompanying a sponsor officially assigned to a U.S. mission overseas and the EFM must have received fully successful or better (or equivalent) performance rating as demonstrated by their latest PAR.

To apply for this position, candidates with noncompetitive eligibility should send the following required documents to the contact listed above:

• A copy of their resume or OF 612 (Include dates and # of hours worked at each location, and name and phone # of supervisor(s).)
• Proof of their eligibility (i.e., E.O. 12721 documentation, initial, final SF-50s, etc.)
• A copy of their most recent performance appraisal (signed and dated)

USAID-Related Jobs

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GH Senior Communications Advisor, Washington, DC

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has contracted through CAMRIS International partnered with IAP World Services Inc. (IAPWS), to recruit and hire qualified individuals for a GH Senior Communications Advisor, Bureau of Global Health, United States Agency for International Development.

BACKGROUND: The Bureau for Global Health (GH) is the U.S. Agency for International Development's (USAID's) (the "Agency") center of excellence and focal point in providing worldwide leadership and technical expertise in the areas of child and maternal health and nutrition, HIV/AIDS, infectious diseases, population, family planning and related reproductive health, and health systems. As such, the Bureau aligns resources with identified public health and development needs, and influences the global health priorities of the U.S. private sector, U.S.-based foundations, other donor organizations, host country governments, and host country civil society organizations. It also serves as the primary source of technical expertise and intellectual capital to the Agency and other U.S. foreign affairs agencies. The Bureau is the Agency repository for state-of-the-art thinking in biomedical, social science, and operations research and works to produce technical advances and innovations that can be disseminated and replicated at USAID Missions throughout the world.

This position is in the Office of the Assistant Administrator (AA/GH) who serves as the principal advisor to the Agency and the Administrator on broad technical and operational matters relating to the mandate of the Bureau. The AA/GH directs and supervises the Bureau, approving projects and programs and allocating resources among the Offices. The Office has ultimate responsibility for the quality of the Bureau’s programs and the capacity of its workforce. It provides leadership on the design, implementation, review, coordination, and evaluation of global health initiatives, programs, and activities. It also ensures that the activities of the Bureau complement and support the broader goals of the Agency and are in compliance with legislation and Agency rules and regulations.

The Senior Communications Advisor will serve as a key external relations liaison within USAID’s Bureau for Global Health. Within USAID, the Senior Advisor will work closely with the Assistant Administrator’s Office for the Bureau for Global Health, communications officers assigned to the technical offices in the Bureau for Global Health, and staff in the Bureau for Legislative and Public Affairs.

The Senior Advisor will be responsible for maintaining positive relationships and high-touch communication with key allies in the global health community (NGOs, think-tanks, advocacy organizations, universities, etc.). These groups should be viewed as powerful force multipliers that have the ability to amplify the message that US foreign assistance in health is making a positive impact. This position requires a strong knowledge of, and working relationship within the global health community. The Advisor will regularly monitor activities and dialogue within the community to advise on opportunities for USAID leadership to shape the conversation.

In his/her capacity, the incumbent will also serve as the principal advisor on public engagements and messaging for the Deputy Assistant Administrator (DAA/GH). The Agency promotes a new business model to deliver its dual objectives of achieving significant health improvements and creating an effective, efficient and country-led platform for the sustainable delivery of essential health care and public health programs.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Strategy and Message Development: Clear, strategic, and messaging focus on GH’s two priority goals – Ending Preventable Child & Maternal Deaths (EPCMD) and an AIDS-Free Generation. In line with priorities, develop messaging and talking points for engagements that shape the public voice for our GH front office principals based on a sound understanding of the audience and USAID GH priorities. Develop clear messaging and channels for different stakeholders – advocates, civil society, congress, technical audiences, private sector, implementing partners, etc.

Execution: Work with Bureau communicators and technical offices to develop and package information based on an understanding of information the community needs and where we want them to focus. Develop and execute messaging for the Bureau for Global Health. Work with individuals within USAID and other U.S. government agencies to develop internal and external messages key priorities. Ensure consistency of message in all communications products. Ensure each channel and group of stakeholders is approached regularly, with the right messaging, and with appropriate clarity of deliverables. Identify, set up, staff external speaking/ engagement opportunities for USAID health leadership (Assistant Administrator, Deputy Assistant Administrator), and technical experts with development policy community; universities, schools of public health and Foreign Service; grass-roots groups and service organizations. Organize special events to reinforce USAID’s technical and implementation leadership role in global health.

CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSE, PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OR OTHER EXPERTISE REQUIRED. The contractor must have: Degree (Master’s preferred) in Marketing, Advertising or related-field. This candidate needs to have a strong strategic communications background – at least 10-15 years – either professional or academic or both with significant experience in the health sector, preferably global health. The incumbent should have some understanding of GH stakeholders and partners - both implementers and USG, etc. Also, incumbent should have press outreach and media relations experience. Demonstrated ability to organize, prioritize, and manage multiple tasks and work well under the pressure of deadlines. Ability to research a diverse array of health related topics and distill the key messages in preparation for presentations. Ability to work cooperatively and strategically in a team environment with GH and Agency leadership, technical and administrative staff. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills. US Citizen able to obtain a Secret Security Clearance. This is an opportunity for employment or a contract, but we reserve the right to make no selection or award.

TO APPLY: CAMRIS International and IAP World Services Inc. offer competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits. Please submit your resume online at https://careers-camris.icims.com. Application Deadline: Open until filled. CAMRIS and IAP are Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.

Embedded Advisor in Rwanda Development Board (RDB)

Crown Agents USA, Inc. (CA-USA) is seeking an Embedded Advisor in Rwanda Development Board (RDB) for the USAID Private Sector Driven Agricultural Growth Project (PSD-AG) in Rwanda.

Our Business
Crown Agents is an international development company employing over 600 personnel worldwide with a presence in more than 40 countries, subsidiaries in 12 countries, and permanent staff working on the ground in 22 corporate offices in Africa, Asia Latin America, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Crown Agents provides direct assistance, management consulting, and human and institutional development for public and private sector clients in customs and trade facilitation, public financial management, procurement, logistics, and health systems strengthening.

Crown Agents USA (CA-USA), the U.S. incorporated subsidiary of Crown Agents, provides direct technical assistance, capacity development, and procurement services to stimulate economic growth, establish good governance, and improve health outcomes across the developing world. Since its incorporation in the United States in 1998, CA-USA has provided technical assistance services and support to U.S. Government agencies and international organizations such as the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), Department of State (DOS), and the Gates Foundation.

Project Description
The goal of USAID Private Sector Driven Agricultural Growth Project (PSD-AG) is to increase smallholder incomes by promoting private sector investments– internationally and domestically - that contribute to the Government of Rwanda’s (GoR’s) Vision 2020 aim of “transforming agriculture into a market-oriented, competitive, and high value sector.” PSD-AG has two primary objectives:

1. Assist the GoR to Increase Private Sector Investment
2. Facilitate Increased Private Sector Investment in Upgrading Agricultural Value Chains

PSD-AG will support GoR agencies involved in investment promotion by facilitating the transition that the government envisions for itself - as demonstrated through government agency policies - from that of direct agriculture investor to a role of regulator and facilitator. PSD-AG will also build private sector capacity and facilitate expanded investments for existing and new private sector entities. PSD-AG envisions creating a virtuous feedback loop where a robust private sector is investing in markets and producers for continual upgrading, while the government is creating the enabling environment for this upgrading to occur.

The Embedded Advisor will support the Senior Policy and Institutional Development Specialist to work on Objective One of the PSD-AG project at the Rwanda Development Board (RDB). The Embedded Advisor would coordinate the establishment of a comprehensive GoR inter-agency investment framework for increasing private sector investment. This position will also be expected to include a number of systemic and/or cross cutting issues that are critical to achieving Objective One, including gender-equitable solutions to improved productivity and competitiveness, integration of youth and sustainable natural resource management that supports productivity improvements.

Specific Responsibilities
• Support the establishment and implementation of a comprehensive investment framework for private-sector investment.
• Help identify and define the roles and responsibilities of RDB to implement the investment framework.
• Support project’s efforts to strengthen capacity of RDB to carry out role and responsibilities with respect to the investment framework.
• Assist in enhancing the ability of the RDB and business to productively engage each other in policy dialogue.
• Contribute to improving the enabling environment for local and regional private sector investment.
• Contribute to mentoring and capacity building for RDB and other selected government agencies assigned to attract investment in the Rwanda agricultural sector.
• Contribute to mentoring and capacity building for RDB and other selected government agencies to find buyers for agricultural products that are or can be produced competitively in Rwanda.
• Provide dynamic leadership, long-term strategic vision, and mentorship to the team using the highest standard of personal intelligence, transparency and accountability.
• Strategically identify, evaluate and seek opportunities to collaborate with in-country partners as well as funding sources to expand programmatic objectives;
• Successfully represent the project’s best interests to government officials, partners and USAID in Rwanda.
• Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications
• Degree in Agricultural Economics, Economics, Quantitative Social Science or other relevant degree is required, Master’s Degree preferred.
• 5-10 years of progressively responsible experience in the area of trade, investment framework development is highly desirable.
• Working experience with RDB as well as with private sector advocacy organization is desirable.
• Demonstrated experience in policy reform process facilitation, public-private dialogue and institutions coalition building in rural economies is desirable.
• Working experience on policy research and policy advocacy coordination and support to both public and private business and related civil society organizations is desirable.
• Working experience and familiarity with agricultural development and policy issues in the African context, agriculture sector strategies and investment plans is desirable.
• Excellent verbal and written communication in English is required.

Application Process
To apply to this position, please email your CV to careers@crownagents.com. Include your name, along with the title of the position you are applying for, in the subject line. Visit our website at www.crownagents.com for more information about our company. No phone calls, faxes or walk-ins please. Crown Agents USA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and affords equal opportunity to all qualified applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, marital status, veteran status, disability or any other status protected under local, state or federal laws.

Crown Agents USA will provide reasonable accommodations to applicants with qualified disabilities in accordance with the ADA. If you require a reasonable accommodation for our application process, please contact our Recruiting department directly. Requests will be kept confidential and shared strictly on a need-to-know basis only.

Mid-Level Evaluation Specialist

Crown Agents USA, Inc. (CA-USA) is seeking a Mid-Level Evaluation Specialist for an anticipated Department of State Evaluation and Monitoring Project based in Washington, D.C.

Our Business
Crown Agents is an international development company employing over 600 personnel worldwide with a presence in more than 40 countries, subsidiaries in 12 countries, and permanent staff working on the ground in 22 corporate offices in Africa, Asia Latin America, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Crown Agents provides direct assistance, management consulting, and human and institutional development for public and private sector clients in customs and trade facilitation, public financial management, procurement, logistics, and health systems strengthening.

Crown Agents USA (CA-USA), the U.S. incorporated subsidiary of Crown Agents, provides direct technical assistance, capacity development, and procurement services to stimulate economic growth, establish good governance, and improve health outcomes across the developing world. Since its incorporation in the United States in 1998, CA-USA has provided technical assistance services and support to U.S. Government agencies and international organizations such as the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), Department of State (DOS), and the Gates Foundation.

Project Description
The purpose of this project is to undertake an evaluation of the programmatic outcomes, review, and assessment of the Clean Energy Ministerial as supportive of progress toward meeting the program objectives of the U.S. Government-managed Climate Renewables and Deployment Initiative (Climate REDI) and the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) programs.

Specific Responsibilities
The Mid-Level Evaluation Specialist will support the Team Leader in the design, planning, and implementation of the CEM programmatic assessment. Activities include: define evaluation approach and methodology (key questions, questionnaires, and survey design), conduct analytical and qualitative review of existing documents, perform data analysis, develop and administer database, write reports, conduct interviews, etc.

Qualifications
• Master’s degree in technically-relevant discipline;
• 10 years of experience in conducting evaluations on international development projects overseas;
• Clean energy knowledge is desirable;
• Excellent research, writing, analytical, and presentation skills; and
• Proficiency in Spanish is desirable.

Application Process
To apply to this position, please email your CV to careers@crownagents.com. Include your name, along with “#14-84 Mid-Level Evaluation Specialist”, in the subject line. Visit our website at www.crownagentsusa.com for more information about our company. No phone calls, faxes or walk-ins please. Crown Agents USA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and affords equal opportunity to all qualified applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, marital status, veteran status, disability or any other status protected under local, state or federal laws.

Crown Agents USA will provide reasonable accommodations to applicants with qualified disabilities in accordance with the ADA. If you require a reasonable accommodation for our application process, please contact our Recruiting department directly. Requests will be kept confidential and shared strictly on a need-to-know basis only.

Senior Risk Analyst

There is an opening for a Senior Risk Analyst with 8+ years’ experience required. Salary range: Up to $642 daily depending on salary history; Open period: August 15 – 24, 2014; Position information: Consulting opportunity; Title: Development Credit Authority Reestimate; Performance dates: On/about September 1, 2014 to September 15, 2015; Duty locations: Washington, DC; Position number: 20067.

Background: The Office of Development Credit (E3/DC) within the Bureau for Economic Growth, Education and the Environment (E3) oversees the Agency’s credit programs, including the Development Credit Authority (DCA) which uses partial credit guarantees to mobilize local financing in developing countries. Guarantee agreements with banks and other financial institutions encourage private risk-sharing partners to extend financing to under-served borrowers in new sectors and/or regions. Since 1999, the DCA has supported over 300 risk-sharing guarantees and has made available $3.2 billion in private financing to more than 130,000 entrepreneurs around the world.

Scope of Work: A risk assessment identifies the key risks associated with a Development Credit Authority (DCA) partial credit guarantee and assigns numerical values to those risks on a scale of one to ten. The risk assessment analyzes four key components of risk: country, lender, borrower, and transaction risk in order to assign a weighted average risk factor (“WARF Score”) ranging from one to ten (one being the strongest and ten being the weakest). The ultimate purpose of the WARF Score is to determine the likely defaults to the U.S. Government so that the USAID mission can adequately provision for this loss.

Risk assessments are most frequently performed through on-site visits to the partner financial institution(s), technical assistance providers and potential borrowers. They are typically written-up back in the U.S. The final output is generally a 15 page document outlining the risks that will be submitted to the Chief Risk Officer and COR. The risk analyst is not to change or negotiate the structure of the DCA guarantee directly with the financial institution or mission. Any suggestions for a change in structure are to be presented to the relevant E3/DC investment officer.

Deliverables: The risk assessment should be approximately 15 pages in length and will involve the following steps to complete: Review, understand and follow the credit handbook’s guidelines for a guarantee. Know and understand the DCA Action Packages and Term Sheets for each guarantee (to be provided by E3/DCA). Prepare the risk assessment in accordance with the Word and Excel templates provided by technical expert. Meet with the partner financial institutions to perform an analysis on the CAMELS components. Make all changes and additions based on reviewer’s feedback and suggestions for each risk assessment. Calculate the final WARF Scores for E3/DCA’s input into the subsidy pricing model. Present the risk assessment to the Credit Review Board via telephone or in-person.

QUALIFICATIONS: The following qualifications are preferred: 8+ years of experience in financial statement analyses. High level of analyzing financial banking data. High level technical knowledge and experience in partial credit guarantee applications. Experience in construction cash flow projections. A degree in economics, business, international development or a related field.

Required Application Materials: The following application materials must accompany applications: CV, Three references.

TO APPLY: Write Position #20067 on the subject line. Please submit all required documents listed above to Consulting@usaid.gov. Please also include your salary history utilizing Form AID 1420-17 as part of your application. The form can be found at http://www.usaid.gov/forms. Only finalists will be contacted. No telephone inquiries, please.

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Senior Contracts Specialist, DCHA Support Project, Washington D.C.

Company Profile:
MSI is an international development firm in the Washington, D.C., metro area with a 30-year history of helping to deliver results across the developing world. In 2008, we became part of Coffey International Limited. Since that time, we have greatly expanded our ability to respond seamlessly and flexibly to client needs with Coffey's international development offices in the United Kingdom and Australia. We operate in some of the most challenging political and economic climates in the world, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, and South Sudan. MSI currently employs 800 development experts in the fields of public sector management, monitoring and evaluation, governance, and anticorruption. For more information on MSI, please visit our website at www.msiworldwide.com.

Proposal Summary:
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Bureau for Democracy, Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance’s (DCHA) requires crucial operational and administrative support in coordinating USAID’s international disaster response and humanitarian assistance, emergency and developmental food aid, conflict mitigation programs, transition activities and other DCHA Bureau initiatives. This anticipated multi-year project will provide DCHA with contract and grants management, recruitment, field support services, information management systems, administrative support, and staff training and capacity development.

Position Summary:
The Senior Contracts Specialist will be responsible for planning, directing, coordinating and managing all contracts processing activities for the recruitment of personal services contractors (PSCs). S/he will manage a team of junior contracting personnel and assist in the negotiation, analysis and close-out of PSC contracts. This full-time position will be based at DCHA headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Responsibilities:
• Assist with preparation and the development of a negotiation strategy, and assist the Contracting Officer in executing the negotiations.
• Manage onboarding process of new PSCs.
• Research, analyze and review all applicable policies, guidance and regulations to support the Contracting Officer’s decision-making.
• Prepare contract files and required electronic documents.
• Perform necessary research and preparation for all documentation associated with termination contracts.
• Oversee and manage junior level contracting personnel.
• Submit periodic reports on status of applicants and status of required documentation.

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject and 15 years of related work experience, or a Master’s degree and 12 years of work experience.
• Knowledge of Federal and Agency assistance and acquisition rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
• Must be able to obtain a security clearance.

Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
MSI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer.
To apply: Please visit our website, http://www.msiworldwide.com/

Project Manager, DCHA Support Project, Washington D.C.

Company Profile:
MSI is an international development firm in the Washington, D.C., metro area with a 30-year history of helping to deliver results across the developing world. In 2008, we became part of Coffey International Limited. Since that time, we have greatly expanded our ability to respond seamlessly and flexibly to client needs with Coffey's international development offices in the United Kingdom and Australia. We operate in some of the most challenging political and economic climates in the world, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, and South Sudan. MSI currently employs 800 development experts in the fields of public sector management, monitoring and evaluation, governance, and anticorruption. For more information on MSI, please visit our website at www.msiworldwide.com.

Proposal Summary:
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Bureau for Democracy, Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance’s (DCHA) requires crucial operational and administrative support in coordinating USAID’s international disaster response and humanitarian assistance, emergency and developmental food aid, conflict mitigation programs, transition activities and other DCHA Bureau initiatives. This anticipated multi-year project will provide DCHA with contract and grants management, recruitment, field support services, information management systems, administrative support, and staff training and capacity development.

**Please note: US citizenship required, must be able to obtain a security clearance**

Position Summary:
The Project Manager will lead, direct and monitor overall project and contract performance of task orders. S/he will be responsible for the overall direction, coordination, implementation, execution, control and completion of specific projects ensuring consistency with client’s overall management plan. This full-time position will be based at DCHA headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Responsibilities:
• Provide oversight and executive level management to overall contract operations, often involving multiple projects/tasks and groups of personnel at multiple locations.
• Ensure senior management within the client organization is aware of overall program status.
• Coordinate and facilitate the timely submission of financial, performance, and status reports and other reports required by the client.

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject and 15 years of related work experience, a Master’s degree and 12 years of work experience, or a PhD and 8 years of work experience.
• Knowledge of Federal and Agency assistance and acquisition rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
• A working knowledge of Foreign Disaster Assistance, Transition Initiatives, Democracy & Governance and Food for Peace programs and initiatives.
• Excellent communication, problem-solving and client-service skills are essential in order to manage key external relationships (Client CO and CORs, Client project office staff, senior staff of DCHA bureau offices) as well as key internal Interfaces (President, Team Leads, Program Managers and Corporate Directors).
• Must be able to obtain a security clearance.

Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
MSI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer.
To apply: Please visit our website, http://www.msiworldwide.com/

Development Outreach and Communications Support, M&E Support Project, South Sudan

Company Profile:
MSI is an international development firm in the Washington, D.C., metro area with a 30-year history of helping to deliver results across the developing world. In 2008, we became part of Coffey International Limited. Since that time, we have greatly expanded our ability to respond seamlessly and flexibly to client needs with Coffey's international development offices in the United Kingdom and Australia. We operate in some of the most challenging political and economic climates in the world, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, and South Sudan. MSI currently employs 800 development experts in the fields of public sector management, monitoring and evaluation, governance, and anticorruption. For more information on MSI, please visit our website at www.msiworldwide.com.

Project Summary:
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Program Office requires support to assist USAID/South Sudan to effectively monitor, evaluate, and relay information about funded interventions. The Monitoring and Evaluation Support Project (MESP) will provide USAID/South Sudan with flexible, demand-driven technical, analytic, advisory, training, monitoring, evaluation, and related support services for performance measurement, planning, monitoring, evaluation, reporting, activity mapping, and performance information management and dissemination activities.

Position Summary:
The Development Outreach and Communications Support Officer will provide a range of communications services in support of the Mission Program Office. Presently this is a short term position until year end 2014. Predominantly work will be based in Juba, but travel within South Sudan may be required.

Responsibilities:
• Prepare communication materials (e.g. fact sheets, sectoral and state-level briefers, PowerPoint presentations, charts and graphs, etc.) that help USAID highlight the impact of USAID activities on the people of South Sudan.
• Plan and manage public events, including: preparation of scene setters, talking points, speeches and briefing materials; and coordinating with USAID, Embassy Juba and implementing partner staff.
• In close coordination with the DOC Specialist, who in turn will collaborate with the U.S. Embassy Public Affairs Specialist, liaise with local media on the development and placement of print, radio, and television communications and information products to convey USAID program and project results to stakeholders in a manner cohesive with broader U.S. Government messaging.
• Supervise video shooting of USAID programs/activities and ensure video editing follows proper branding and marking in preparation for publication and social media.
• Provide data and feedback for regular mapping of USAID interventions.

Qualifications:
• Minimum of 10 years of professional experience in public relations, or related field is required. The successful candidate must be capable of crafting messages in various media formats (press releases, websites, stories, etc.) targeting a variety of audiences.
• Prior experience on international development programs, and in-depth knowledge of development issues required. Knowledge of USAID-funded communications is highly desirable.
• Proven track record of producing and disseminating information to a variety of target audiences under tight timeframes.
• Good written and oral communication skills; strong interpersonal skills and understanding of print, TV and social media.
• Demonstrated coordination and organizational skills within multi-cultural work environment.
• Master’s Degree in the field of public relations, communications or a related development area is preferred.
• Prior experience working in South Sudan highly desirable.
• Familiarity with Adobe Photoshop and website development preferred.

Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
MSI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer.
To apply: Please visit our website, http://www.msiworldwide.com/

Rapid Assessment Team Leader, Monitoring & Evaluation Support Project, South Sudan

Company Profile:
MSI is an international development firm in the Washington, D.C., metro area with a 30-year history of helping to deliver results across the developing world. In 2008, we became part of Coffey International Limited. Since that time, we have greatly expanded our ability to respond seamlessly and flexibly to client needs with Coffey's international development offices in the United Kingdom and Australia. We operate in some of the most challenging political and economic climates in the world, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, and South Sudan. MSI currently employs 800 development experts in the fields of public sector management, monitoring and evaluation, governance, and anticorruption. For more information on MSI, please visit our website at www.msiworldwide.com.

Project Summary:
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Program Office requires support to assist USAID/South Sudan to effectively monitor, evaluate, and relay information about funded interventions. The Monitoring and Evaluation Support Project (MESP) will provide USAID/South Sudan with flexible, demand-driven technical, analytic, advisory, training, monitoring, evaluation, and related support services for performance measurement, planning, monitoring, evaluation, reporting, activity mapping, and performance information management and dissemination activities.

Position Summary:
The Team Leader will manage a rapid assessment of the critical functions of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MoFEP), the Ministry of Petroleum and Mining (MPM), and the Bank of South Sudan (BSS). USAID would like to understand exactly what critical functions are being performed by these institutions, along with what technical assistance is required to support these critical functions and keep the institutions operating properly.

This is a short term position and is expected to last around 35 working days. The position will be based in Juba with some flexibility of location for report-writing.

Responsibilities:
• Identify and describe the critical functions within the ministries that are vital to the state’s functioning as well as the technical assistance required to support the identified critical functions.
• Assess the ministries’ current ability to support the identified critical functions at the national, state, and local levels and whether sufficient political will is present to maintain these functions.
• Describe the type of technical assistance recommended to maintain each critical function and the advisors needed to support these functions.
• Identify other institutions (e.g., Customs Department, National Audit Chamber, Council of Minister, and the Parliament) that affect the outcomes of the critical functions of the four public institutions.
• Determine what the IFIs and other bi-lateral donors are capable of providing in support of the critical functions of the subject institutions.
• Assess how effective donor support has been in support of the selected ministries and their ability to maintain their critical functions.
• Have overall responsibility for providing all deliverables on schedule.
• Present a detailed final report on the assessment of the four public institutions and the identified critical functions. The report shall contain a separate spreadsheet summarizing the following information by institution: critical functions, the institution’s capacity to maintain the functions, technical assistance required, advisors required, and which donor can provide technical support by critical function.

Qualifications:
• Advanced degree in Economics, Public Administration, Management, or a related discipline.
• At least 15 years’ demonstrated experience.
• A full understanding of PFM, monetary, oil production, payment and human resource systems within developing countries and a solid understanding of how Ministries of Finance, Petroleum, Public Service and Central Banks (or similar bodies) should operate.
• Experience in Africa, preferably South Sudan.
• Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
• Fluency in spoken and written English.
• Familiarity with USAID and/or other international development donors.
• Preference will be given to candidates with excellent research, data collection, analytical, project management and writing skills.

Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
MSI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer.
To apply: Please visit our website, http://www.msiworldwide.com/

Senior Capacity Development Advisor, Evaluate for Health, Ghana

Company Profile:
MSI is an international development firm in the Washington, D.C., metro area with a 30-year history of helping to deliver results across the developing world. In 2008, we became part of Coffey International Limited. Since that time, we have greatly expanded our ability to respond seamlessly and flexibly to client needs with Coffey's international development offices in the United Kingdom and Australia. We operate in some of the most challenging political and economic climates in the world, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, and South Sudan. MSI currently employs 800 development experts in the fields of public sector management, monitoring and evaluation, governance, and anticorruption. For more information on MSI, please visit our website at www.msiworldwide.com.

Project Summary:
The Evaluate for Health project will have two major efforts: one, to conduct assessments across USAID/Ghana’s health portfolio; and second, to build the monitoring, evaluation and action research capacity of the Mission, its grantees and local Ghanaian institutions. There will be three focus areas for this capacity building: Evaluation Studies and Assessments; Performance Monitoring and Evaluation; and Research Management. A heavy emphasis will be placed on evidence-based decision making and building local systems over training individuals. This is a five year project based in Accra, with travel throughout Ghana. Candidates must be willing to relocate to Accra.

**Ghanaian nationals strongly encourage to apply.**

Responsibilities:
• Lead the design, facilitation and management of all trainings, workshops, and long-term capacity building efforts with the USAID/Ghana Health Team, their grantees, government and local institutions.
• Manage all staff and consultants supporting capacity building efforts, ensuring quality control, timely deliverables and client satisfaction.
• Lead the design, development and implementation of all training related activities.

Qualifications:
• Master’s Degree (or foreign equivalent) in social sciences, organizational development, business and systems analysis, or related field.
• At least 10-15 years of progressive experience conducting capacity building efforts (analysis, training, consulting) with government agencies entities and local NGOs. At least five of these years should be in Africa.
• At least five years of experience managing teams.
• At least two years of experience implementing monitoring and evaluation activities.
• Excellent facilitation, interpersonal and team management skills.
• Fluency in spoken and written English is required.

Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
MSI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer.
To apply: Please visit our website, http://www.msiworldwide.com/

Education Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, Early Grade Reading Program, Nepal

Company Profile:
MSI is an international development firm in the Washington, D.C., metro area with a 30-year history of helping to deliver results across the developing world. In 2008, we became part of Coffey International Limited. Since that time, we have greatly expanded our ability to respond seamlessly and flexibly to client needs with Coffey's international development offices in the United Kingdom and Australia. We operate in some of the most challenging political and economic climates in the world, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, and South Sudan. MSI currently employs 800 development experts in the fields of public sector management, monitoring and evaluation, governance, and anticorruption. For more information on MSI, please visit our website at www.msiworldwide.com.

Proposal Summary:
The anticipated USAID-funded Early Grade Reading Program is a five-year activity that will provide human and institutional capacity development (HICD) to the Nepal Ministry of Education to undertake an early grade reading program. The HICD support will cover a range of technical work including curriculum design and development, teacher training, policy reform and national assessment. The HICD project will improve the MOE’s capacity to collect high quality data as well as support more evidence-based planning, monitoring, evaluation, and reporting, linked to Nepal’s new emphasis on primary school reading.

Position Summary:
MSI is recruiting for an Education Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist to lead the design and implementation of all Evaluating Systemsactivities. M&E frameworks will include both qualitative and quantitative indicators as well as mid-line and end-line impact evaluations using the early grade reading assessment. The Specialist will be the lead in strengthening national capacity for data management and M&E data and collection. S/he will play a critical role in building the capacity of the MOE to continue regular performance monitoring of the program to determine if targets are being met and to create recommendations to improve program performance.

Responsibilities:
• Coordinate and be responsible for all data collection, monitoring, report generation, evaluation and related tasks.
• Conduct institutional performance assessments and reviews, reading and math based educational tests, pilot tests and impact evaluations.
• Share analysis and learning to internal and external stakeholders to facilitate decision making.
• Support overall program to monitor and evaluate the overall effectiveness and efficiency of goals.
• Provide technical assistance and training in the development and implementation of M&E systems and programs.
• Design the evaluation methodology, participatory data collection methods and protocols for both performance and impact evaluations.
• Responsible for the design, quality development and production of all evaluations reports.
• Oversee, recruit for and ensure short-term technical experts and evaluation team members are of a high caliber and possess the required technical expertise.
• Contribute substantively to the design and field testing of the evaluation methodology, participatory data collection methods and protocols, data verification techniques, and other technical evaluation and analytical tasks.

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in education, statistics, or relevant field of study plus 15 years of experience; MS/MA/MB and 12 years of experience; JD/ABD and 10 years of experience; or a Ph.D. and 8 years of experience.
• At least six years of demonstrated experience in the design and management of evaluations (impact and performance), analyses and assessments, including the dosing of the evaluation methodology, developing performance management plans, participatory data collection methods and protocols, and data quality verification techniques from large development projects.
• Exceptional technical skills in data management, monitoring and evaluation, mapping, and/or assessment.
• Experience leading an evaluation team.
• Experience building capacity of counterparts and demonstrated leadership and mentoring abilities.
• Demonstrated M&E experience on USAID-funded projects.
• Previous experience working in Asia preferred.
• Familiarity with current USAID policies related to evaluation and performance management.
• Excellent written and oral communications skills.
• CPT qualification preferred.

Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
MSI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer.
To apply: Please visit our website, http://www.msiworldwide.com/

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