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POWER/ INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT OFFICER
OFFSITE

There is an opening for a Power/ Infrastructure Investment Officer with 5+ years' experience required. Salary range: Up to $642 daily, depending on salary history; Open period: Dec. 20, 2014 - January 20, 2015; Position information: Consulting opportunity; Performance dates: On/about February 5, 2015 until September 15, 2015; Duty locations: Offsite; Position number: 20075. Background: DCA structures and issues partial credit guarantees to encourage private capital lending to creditworthy but underserved borrowers throughout the developing world. These guarantees, which can cover up to 80% of realized loss, enable USAID to leverage private sector wealth for sustainable economic development. Since 1999, over 400 DCA guarantees have unlocked approximately $3.2 billion in private debt across 72 countries. The guarantee is a flexible product that can be applied to a wide range of development projects and are available to virtually any type of lender seeking to deploy debt capital into the markets in which USAID programs operate. For each guarantee, an investment officer provides expert project structuring and risk assessment services to USAID field offices throughout the world and technical bureaus in Washington, DC. Scope of Work: The consultant will focus on power and infrastructure in Africa primarily, with the potential to look at power/ infrastructure opportunities in developing countries outside of Africa as well. He/she will provide a variety of technical expertise consistent with the Agency's credit policies, including structuring DCA guarantees in the power/ infrastructure sectors, developing complex project financing credit and cash flow models, conducting risk assessments tailored to project finance, and producing and/or presenting to senior members within and outside the Agency. The consultant will specialize in structuring and assessing all facets of risks in the energy, infrastructure and project financing sectors. He/she will develop risk mitigating solutions that address major types of risks specific to the power and infrastructure sectors. Specifically, the consultant will: Originates, structures, and assesses DCA guarantees in the power and/or infrastructure sectors in collaboration with USAID's missions and other operating units. Cultivates relationships with a variety of external partners including investment funds, corporations, donors, other private sector actors, as well as power/ infrastructure developers, sponsors, and companies. Prepares and presents the investment proposal including analytical risk assessments to USAID's Credit Review Board. Evaluates and advises on financial markets and private business development in the power and infrastructure sectors, and on the formulation of the energy and infrastructure projects. Deliverables: Prepare the market assessment and risk assessment in accordance with the Microsoft Word and Excel templates provided by the Regional Team Lead. Meet with the partner financial institutions to originate, structure, and perform a risk assessment and other analysis as required in accordance with USAID's credit policies and procedures. Present the investment proposals to the Agency's Credit Review Board via telephone or in-person. QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal candidate will have a solid analytical skill set and diverse background in infrastructure, energy and project finance, including: 5+ years of experience in financial statement analyses. Including, significant financial analytical experience with emphasis on analyzing commercial banks, other types of financial institutions and project finance transactions. Significant experience in the energy and/or infrastructure sectors in Africa (and/or other regions) as well as an understanding of developing markets and the challenges working in the energy, infrastructure and project finance sectors. Superior analytical, critical thinking as well as writing and communication skills. Exceptional interpersonal, problem solving and time management skills. A degree in economics, business, international development, power/ infrastructure, finance or a related field. Willingness to travel internationally, sometimes under short notice. Proficiency in a language other than English such as French is a plus. TO APPLY: Required Application Materials: The following application materials must accompany applications: CV, Three references, Writing sample. To apply: Write Position #20075 on the subject line. Please submit all required documents listed above to Consulting@usaid.gov. 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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FINANCE OFFICER
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA

Freedom House promotes the spread of freedom and democracy around the world through research, advocacy, and programs that support frontline activists. We are a leader in identifying threats to freedom through our highly regarded analytic reports, including Freedom in the World, Freedom of the Press, Freedom on the Net, and Nations in Transit. With 13 field offices and two U.S. offices, we support the right of every individual to be free. Position Summary: Freedom House is seeking a Finance Officer for a two-year project to increase judicial independence, develop greater respect for the rule of law and enable civil society to be more effective advocates for human rights in the Southern Africa region. The Finance Officer will be responsible for financial and administrative functions according to the regulations, policies and procedures of donors, the South African government and the organization in support of Freedom House's programs in the region. This position will be based in Johannesburg, South Africa and will report to the Project Director. Minimum QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business, economics, or related field. Minimum 6-8 years of experience with grants compliance monitoring. Strong ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing. Mastery of MS Office Suite, specifically Excel and Word and QuickBooks, Pastel Preferred. Prior experience working with NGO accounting in a fast paced finance department. Prior experience working with the financial and grant compliance aspect of sub-grant programs. Experience mentoring local organizations to build their financial and organizational capacity strongly preferred. Knowledge of South African accounting and financial laws. Knowledge of USG financial and reporting requirements. Knowledge of all accounting principles, GAAP, and automated accounting systems. Ability to analyze financial information efficiently and accurately. Ability to effectively write reports, maintain documentation, and complete required forms. Ability to maintain the highest degree of confidentiality regarding all aspects of work at all times. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Act as liaison with Freedom House headquarters finance and program staff on finance and grant compliance issues. Maintain the integrity and ensure accuracy of all financial data including reviewing and posting entries to General Ledger, Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable. Conduct financial analysis and prepare detailed monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports and statements. Assist with monitoring cash flow and managing Freedom House's financial status. Ensure all accounting records and systems are in compliance with funder requirements as well as requirements of the South African government. Ensure compliance with programmatic objectives, financial obligations and reporting requirements according to grant agreements. Assist with preparation of an annual audit required by local authorities. Assist with the effective functioning of the office support systems including negotiations with the landlord, vendors and other service providers in the most cost effective manner. Assist with maintaining internal controls to ensure compliance with financial policies and regulations. Other duties as assigned by the Project Director. TO APPLY: We invite qualified candidates to complete an online application and submit a resume, and cover letter, with salary history and desired salary to: http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH10/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=FREEHOUS&cws=1&rid= 120. Candidate cover letters should specifically address how their previous experience relates to the duties and qualifications listed above. Only candidates who respond to these as well as the salary requirements will be considered for the position. Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. EOE M/F/D/V.

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PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization seeks a Principal Assistant (B-5) in Brussels. The incumbent will carry out the duties of Principal Assistant to the Director, NOR and be responsible for the smooth and efficient running of the Director's outer office. He/she is accountable for efficiently handling a wide range of administrative and organizational support duties. REQUIRES: have a good general education at least to higher secondary level or to secondary level complemented by secretarial school; have at least 5 years' previous experience of administrative duties; have familiarity with various software packages, in particular the Microsoft Office suite or similar; have the ability to demonstrate at least one additional skill, e.g.: in-depth working knowledge of PC software applications; experience in organizing conferences etc. Please apply online at http://www.nato.int/wcm-asp/recruit-wide.asp. Reference the Appropriate Vacancy No. Closing date: 1/18/15. Vacancy no: 140400.

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PROGRAM OPERATIONS ASSOCIATE
WASHINGTON, DC

Futures Group International has posted an opening for a Program Operations Associate who will provide administrative and operational assistance in the implementation of project activities. REQUIRES: BA in Business, Finance, public administration, or related field. 1-2 years' work experience desirable. Strong administrative and organizational skills with high capacity for attention to detail required. Strong analytical and computer skills (WORD, Excel, PowerPoint). Ability to multi-task and keep track of concurrent deadlines. For more information and to apply visit www.futuresgroup.com (click on Careers). Vacancy no: 987

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PROJECT SUPPORT OFFICER: EURASIA PROGRAMME
LONDON

International Alert is looking for a Russian-speaking Project Support Officer to join our dynamic Eurasia team working on the South Caucasus in order to provide grants management, events management and project implementation support to specific projects within the Eurasia programme. We are looking for a highly organized and flexible individual with a 'can-do', solution-oriented attitude and experience in project administration. The post requires frequent communication and liaison with partners and external stakeholders, so excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written) are essential. You will be responsible for administering timely internal and donor financial reports and ensuring a budget balance; drafting narrative internal and donor reports; budgeting and organizing logistics for events; participating in the development and implementation of particular activities and projects; providing general administrative support to senior project staff. Additionally, you will develop effective relationships and maintain frequent contact with partners in the field, and conduct on- going monitoring and evaluation of projects and activities. For the full job requirements and an application pack (the person specification section of which will form the basis of short-listing), please visit http://www.international-alert.org/jobs. In your application, please indicate the full job title of the role you are applying for. TO APPLY: please send a completed application form and equal opportunities form to jobs@international- alert.org , both of which can be found under 'Downloads'. Please note we do not accept CVs. As it is unlikely that we will be able to obtain a Work Permit for this role, all job applicants must already have the right to work in the UK. Closing date: Monday 12th January 2015 at 5pm (UK time). Interviews will take place on 15th and 16th January 2015.

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OPERATIONS MANAGER, NEPAL
NEPALGUNJ, NEPAL

Pact is seeking an Operations Manager in Nepal. Department Overview: Pact exists to help create a world where those who are poor and marginalized exercise their voice, build their own solutions, and take ownership of their future. Pact's Sajhedari Bikaas project in Nepal contributes to realizing this purpose by: Promoting inclusive, integrated local development in Mid and Far Western Nepal; Forging smart partnerships and treating all people with dignity and respect; Applying organizational policies and regulatory compliance appropriately and consistently; Facilitating team spirit among partners and colleagues; Influencing decision makers through focused, relevant communications; Continually striving to learn and share knowledge; Cultivating and harvesting innovation; Contributing to the organization's ability to think and act strategically at all times. Position Purpose: Reporting to the Chief of Party, the Operations Manager is responsible for oversight of the finance, grants/ contracts, administration, and procurement functions of the project through supervision and mentoring of local staff, including: Finance Director, G&C Director, Coordination Director, and two Administrative Managers. The assignment includes operational oversight of the project office in Nepalgunj, a branch office in Dhangadhi, and a contact office in Kathmandu, with periodic travel to project districts. Key Responsibilities: Oversees finance, grants/ contracts, administration, and procurement functions of the project in compliance with USG regulations (FAR, AIDAIR, ADS, etc.). Ensures efficient and safe functioning of the project office in Nepalgunj, branch office in Dhangadhi, and contact office in Kathmandu. Supports staff in budgeting and performing regular expenditure reviews of invoices, projections, and financial reporting. Provides timely and reliable financial information and analysis to project management. Supervises program audits and coordinates with HQ on government audits for the project. Supports and guides staff in full-cycle grants management, including solicitation, pre-award assessments, negotiation of awards, modification of awards, monitoring awards, and close-out procedures. Oversees and ensures that both Pact and partners remain compliant with the terms and conditions of awards. Oversees closeout of awards, including: review of final award inventories, review of final financial reports including the final advance reconciliation; ensure all performance and reporting actions are completed; and prepare property dispositions under contracts and grants received by Pact. Ensures maintenance of administrative, financial, grants/ contracts, and program records/ files both electronically and, as needed, in hard copy. Reviews current systems and procedures, and make recommendations to strengthen effective project management and compliance with USG guidelines. Undertakes periodic field visits for monitoring purposes. Performs other duties as assigned. Basic REQUIREMENTS: Advanced degree in management, accounting, or other relevant field. At least five to six years' experience in international development, with supervision of complex and complex and challenging field operations in developing countries. Willingness to travel locally and demonstrated ability to mentor local staff and partner organizations. Demonstrated experience in USAID/USG contract implementation and management. Direct knowledge of logistics and USAID/USG procurement procedures, rules, and regulations (FAR, AIDAR, ADS, OMB, AAPD, CIB, DSSR). Sub-grant and commodity management experience. Strong interpersonal and team-building skills. Strong English language writing skills. Creative and results-driven management approach to challenges. Preferred Qualifications: Nepali or other South Asian language skills. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 14-0147. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. We are also an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.

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BUDGET ANALYST
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 Budget Analyst, Bureau of Global Health, Strategic Planning, Evaluation & Reporting Division (SPER), Office of HIV/AIDS (OHA), United States Agency for International Development. INTRODUCTION: The Global Health Bureau's Office of HIV/AIDS (GH/OHA) is the center of HIV/AIDS technical leadership for USAID and has primary responsibility for the Agency's HIV/AIDS program. GH/OHA provides strategic direction, technical leadership, and support to field programs in HIV and AIDS. It provides input to decisions concerning the strategic allocation of financial and human resources in the sector and assists in designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating programs. The Strategic Planning, Evaluation, and Reporting (SPER) Division within OHA, to which the Budget Analyst will be assigned, provides programmatic expertise to help the Agency and its missions develop programs that respond to USG, USAID, and Congressional policy and budget priorities and incorporate innovations, best practices, and lessons learned. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Track PEPFAR financial resources and train and provide technical assistance to USAID headquarters and field missions on tracking PEPFAR resources. Maintain an extensive set of detailed, up-to-date workbooks tracking worldwide PEPFAR budgets by fiscal year, USAID operating unit, funding account, PEPFAR technical area, and other categories as required. Train and provide technical assistance to OHA, other bureau offices, regional bureaus, and USAID field missions in tracking and understanding PEPFAR country and headquarters budget allocations, as established by OGAC. Respond to requests for real-time budget allocation, obligation, and outlay information from USAID headquarters regional bureaus, GH offices, USAID field missions, and OGAC budget staff. Analyze and report on PEPFAR obligations, outlays, and pipelines and train and provide technical assistance to USAID headquarters and field missions on tracking and analyzing PEPFAR obligations, outlays, and pipelines. Serve as the OHA lead on preparing and submitting all required budget reports to OGAC and the Global Health Bureau, including the Quarterly Report on PEPFAR Obligations and Outlays, annual reports on estimated and actual budget carryover, and other budget reporting exercises as required. Work with OGAC as necessary to resolve questions and issues related to the information submitted in the Quarterly Obligations and Outlays Report and other PEPFAR budget reports. Assist the Budget Analysis and Reporting Team Leader in the formulation, administration, and analysis of all OHA budget and procurement planning processes and documents necessary for effective implementation of and reporting on PEPFAR resources. Provide virtual or in-country support as appropriate in assisting field missions with PEPFAR COPs, with a particular focus on accurate accounting of available financial resources. Provide support as appropriate in assisting OHA in the preparation of the headquarters budget, including analysis of actual and projected costs, communication with OGAC on processes and reporting requirements, and other activities leading to the timely submission of the headquarters budget. Carry out special analyses and prepare routine and special reports and briefings for SPER and OHA leadership, as required. Train and provide technical assistance on tracking and analyzing obligations, outlays, and pipeline to OHA mechanism leads and field mission budget contacts. Facilitate timely and accurate transfers of funding to USAID operating units worldwide. Serve as the OHA lead in tracking and processing PEPFAR Congressional Notification documents, including liaising with the OGAC budget office; circulating draft documents within USAID for comment and clearance; and facilitating the resolution of questions or issues. Serve as the OHA lead in tracking and processing PEPFAR Memoranda of Agreement used in the transfer of PEPFAR funds from OGAC to USAID, including liaising with the OGAC budget office; circulating draft documents within USAID for comment and clearance; facilitating the resolution of questions or issues; securing the appropriate signatures for finalization; and ensuring that documents are submitted to OGAC. Liaise with OGAC, the State Department Bureau of Foreign Assistance, USAID Financial Management Office, USAID regional bureaus, USAID field missions, and the USAID Global Health Bureau to ensure that fund transfers are executed in a timely and accurate fashion. Coordinate the distribution and allowance of OGAC Central Initiatives. CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSE, PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OR OTHER EXPERTISE REQUIRED. The contractor must have: The position requires a Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 5 years of budgeting experience (budget analysis, tracking, and quality control) OR a Master's degree and a minimum of 2 year of budgeting experience (budget analysis, tracking, and quality control). Relevant work experience may include for example: financial management, economics, etc. Experience in the use of Microsoft Excel (required). Strong research, writing, and analytical skills are essential. Interest in detailed work with complex budget and financial information (required). Excellent organizational skills and detail-oriented working style (required). Experience and/or familiarity with federal budget processes (desirable, but not required). Experience and/or familiarity with PEPFAR (desirable, but not required). Willingness to learn on the job and to seek opportunities for professional growth (required). A USAID "Secret" security clearance is required and will need to be obtained. Candidate must have strong attention to detail and organizational skills. Candidates must be willing to work full-time. A Secret security clearance is required and must be obtained. LANGUAGE SKILLS: Oral and written communications skills and the ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public. MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to reports and financial tracking systems. Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. This is an opportunity for employment or a contract, but we reserve the right to make no selection or award. CAMRIS International and IAP World Services Inc. offer competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits. TO APPLY: Please submit your resume online at https://careers-camris.icims.com. Application Deadline: Open until filled. CAMRIS is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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FINANCE MANAGER, KENYA
NAIROBI, KENYA

Pact seeks a Finance Manager for the proposed USAID-funded five-year Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Nairobi and Coast Counties of Kenya to improve the welfare and protection of children affected by HIV/AIDS by building the capacity of households to provide for children under their care and strengthening social services systems and structures at the county and community levels to improve care and support of OVC. This position is contingent on award. Position Purpose: Reporting to the Chief of Party, the Finance Manager will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of financial management, including financial systems implementation, budgeting, expenditure tracking, and financial reporting and accounting for Pact and all partners. Key Responsibilities: General Financial Management: Design and implement systems and procedures following Pact standards adapted to handle specific country constraints and conditions, yet ensuring effective internal controls and minimizing risks. Supervise the finance team in reviewing cash receipts and disbursement transactions such as but not limited to travel, advances and liquidations of sub-grantee expenses, and vendor transactions - ensuring adequacy of supporting documents and appropriate cost accounting allocations. Work with the relevant Departments (Programs, M&E, etc.) on integrated management of all project finances to ensure effective use of resources in order to achieve program objectives in compliance of all donor requirements. Provide training and/or guidance to field staff on Pact policies, procedures and requirements; donor guidelines, procedures and requirements; rules and regulations. Review monthly Financial Reports from field programs for completeness and accuracy; ensure appropriate budget approvals, and submit to HQ Finance department. Sub-award Management: In collaboration with the Agreements Management Department, design, develop, and adapt policies, guidelines and criteria for the management of sub-recipient and subcontractor financing using the Pact worldwide standards for the conditions and constraints of the specific country. Oversight of and coordination with the grants unit as well as training/ mentoring of staff where necessary in the financial management of the programs' grant agreements with local and international NGO's. Supervise regular site visits by finance staff to conduct site visits to audit partner transactions matching expenditures to adequate supporting documentation. Support financial management of sub-grants including processing advances/ liquidations, monitoring/ compliance visits and close-out procedures. Equip staff to provide technical assistance to local NGO's in the area of financial management and sub contract compliance. Coordinate with other Departments for training/ mentoring of sub-grantees where necessary in the administration of the program's sub-agreements with partners. Budgeting and Financial Planning: Oversight of budget preparation, processes, and management in conjunction with the relevant program managers, including the development and review of relevant standard costs and scales for the programs. Track expenditures and provide justification for allocations and reclassifications, when required. Approve journal vouchers and ensure accurate, current, and complete entries into the financial management system including ensuring adequate supporting documentation. Assist in development and tracking of budgets for field programs. Preferred Qualifications: A post-graduate degree in Business, Accounting, Finance or related field. At least eight years of experience in financial management for large complex projects, of which at least five years were working in the field of international development, preferably in East Africa with specific experience in Kenya. Professional level of oral and written fluency in English language. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 14-0153. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. We are also an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.

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OPERATIONS MANAGER, NEPAL
NEPALGUNJ, NEPAL

Pact is seeking an Operations Manager in Nepal. Department Overview: Pact exists to help create a world where those who are poor and marginalized exercise their voice, build their own solutions, and take ownership of their future. Pact's Sajhedari Bikaas project in Nepal contributes to realizing this purpose by: Promoting inclusive, integrated local development in Mid and Far Western Nepal; Forging smart partnerships and treating all people with dignity and respect; Applying organizational policies and regulatory compliance appropriately and consistently; Facilitating team spirit among partners and colleagues; Influencing decision makers through focused, relevant communications; Continually striving to learn and share knowledge; Cultivating and harvesting innovation; Contributing to the organization's ability to think and act strategically at all times. Position Purpose: Reporting to the Chief of Party, the Operations Manager is responsible for oversight of the finance, grants/ contracts, administration, and procurement functions of the project through supervision and mentoring of local staff, including: Finance Director, G&C Director, Coordination Director, and two Administrative Managers. The assignment includes operational oversight of the project office in Nepalgunj, a branch office in Dhangadhi, and a contact office in Kathmandu, with periodic travel to project districts. Key Responsibilities: Oversees finance, grants/ contracts, administration, and procurement functions of the project in compliance with USG regulations (FAR, AIDAIR, ADS, etc.). Ensures efficient and safe functioning of the project office in Nepalgunj, branch office in Dhangadhi, and contact office in Kathmandu. Supports staff in budgeting and performing regular expenditure reviews of invoices, projections, and financial reporting. Provides timely and reliable financial information and analysis to project management. Supervises program audits and coordinates with HQ on government audits for the project. Supports and guides staff in full-cycle grants management, including solicitation, pre-award assessments, negotiation of awards, modification of awards, monitoring awards, and close-out procedures. Oversees and ensures that both Pact and partners remain compliant with the terms and conditions of awards. Oversees closeout of awards, including: review of final award inventories, review of final financial reports including the final advance reconciliation; ensure all performance and reporting actions are completed; and prepare property dispositions under contracts and grants received by Pact. Ensures maintenance of administrative, financial, grants/ contracts, and program records/ files both electronically and, as needed, in hard copy. Reviews current systems and procedures, and make recommendations to strengthen effective project management and compliance with USG guidelines. Undertakes periodic field visits for monitoring purposes. Performs other duties as assigned. Basic REQUIREMENTS: Advanced degree in management, accounting, or other relevant field. At least five to six years' experience in international development, with supervision of complex and complex and challenging field operations in developing countries. Willingness to travel locally and demonstrated ability to mentor local staff and partner organizations. Demonstrated experience in USAID/USG contract implementation and management. Direct knowledge of logistics and USAID/USG procurement procedures, rules, and regulations (FAR, AIDAR, ADS, OMB, AAPD, CIB, DSSR). Sub-grant and commodity management experience. Strong interpersonal and team-building skills. Strong English language writing skills. Creative and results-driven management approach to challenges. Preferred Qualifications: Nepali or other South Asian language skills. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 14-0147. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. We are also an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.

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HIV & AIDS SENIOR HEALTH ECONOMIST
CRYSTAL CITY, VA

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 an HIV & AIDS Senior Health Economist, United States Agency for International Development, Bureau for Global Health, Office of HIV/AIDS, Strategic Planning, Evaluation & Reporting Division. BACKGROUND: The United States Government (USG) has made the fight against HIV/AIDS a top priority, not only for humanitarian reasons, but because the HIV/AIDS crisis threatens the prosperity, stability and development of nations around the world. The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) is a U.S. government global initiative to control the HIV/AIDS pandemic. It is the largest commitment by any nation to combat a single disease. Over the past decade, the U.S. government has committed more than $52 billion to bilateral HIV/AIDS programs, the Global Fund to Fight HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and bilateral tuberculosis programs. To achieve an AIDS-free generation, PEPFAR works closely with a variety of stakeholders including partner countries, multilateral organizations, civil society, people living with and affected by HIV, the faith community, and the public and private sectors. USAID has been, and continues to be, at the forefront of the USG response in the fight against the HIV/AIDS pandemic since inception of its international HIV/AIDS program in 1986. PEPFAR is the largest commitment ever by any nation for an international health initiative dedicated to a single disease. With a focus on transparency, accountability, and impact, PEPFAR is actively working with partners to control the HIV/AIDS pandemic to help achieve an AIDS- free generation. PEPFAR is committed to supporting activities that are grounded in science and critical to saving lives and preventing new HIV infections. PEPFAR's core activities include a focus on health systems, including health finance; human resources for health; commodity procurement and supply chains; and laboratory systems. PEPFAR recognizes that donor resources alone cannot meet the needs of the 36 million people that will be living with HIV in 2020. As developing economies grow and begin to more fully realize their economic potential, unlocking domestic financing for HIV becomes a critical element for achieving long-term sustainability of the HIV/AIDS response. Countries are increasingly taking the lead in managing, implementing, and even financing their national HIV responses. As a result, PEPFAR has committed funding to support countries to strengthen their ongoing efforts to increase the use of their own resources to help deliver an AIDS-free generation. Health systems strengthening (HSS) is a key strategy to secure the sustainability of its past and future achievements. PEPFAR provides an opportunity to strengthen health systems and health policy, as the USG's and its partners' efforts to combat HIV/AIDS transition from an initial emergency approach to a more long-term sustainable approach. USAID's HSS program provides support to ensure that developing country health systems are effective, efficient, and equitable. PEPFAR has recently launched an HIV & AIDS financing initiative to support countries to leverage their own domestic resources to help deliver an AIDS- Free generation. USAID will serve as the lead agency for coordinating and implementing this initiative, and we expect that efforts could yield a significant benefit and a substantial return on the initial investment for a dramatic impact on the resources these countries will be able to put towards increasing prevention, care, and treatment coverage for achieving sustainable control of the epidemic. This centrally funded initiative was developed out of collaboration between the Office of HIV/AIDS and the Office of Health Systems in the Global Health Bureau and the Bureau for Economic Growth, Education and the Environment. USAID will partner closely with selected Missions and relevant stakeholders to support new and ongoing health financing activities that aim to increase domestic resources for health. Solutions tailored to individual country contexts will involve health financing approaches encompassing advocacy and analysis, technical efficiency, tax policy and administration, and innovative health financing, including use of the private sector. The initiative will support PEPFAR key intervention areas to ensure impact and efficiency gains, build sustainability and partnerships, and advance the human rights agenda. USAID will coordinate and collaborate across USG Agencies and with multilateral stakeholders in the design and implementation of this initiative. The overall objective of USAID's Bureau for Global Health (GH), Office of HIV/AIDS's (OHA) HSS program is to provide USAID leadership in building sustainability of the HIV/AIDS response through investment in health systems. OHA views health systems strengthening as a continuous process of implementing changes in policies, management and systems within the health sector. OHA works collaboratively within USAID, with other US Government agencies, and with the international community to implement its HSS vision through coordinating activities, evaluating programs, developing guidance and supporting countries to ensure the application of up-to-date health systems development interventions in both the public and private sectors. The HIV& AIDS Senior Health Economist/ Finance Advisor will be assigned to the Bureau for Global Health, Office of HIV/AIDS, Strategic Planning, Evaluation and Reporting (SPER) Division and will receive programmatic and technical guidance from the Health Economics, Finance and Policy (HEFP) Team Lead. S/he will focus on health financing for HIV/AIDS programs and interventions, with key technical emphases on technical efficiency, domestic resource mobilization, cost modeling and cost effectiveness analyses, efficient resource allocation, economic evaluation, and generation of data and information for informed decision-making. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The HIV& AIDS Senior Health Economist/ Finance Advisor will serve primarily as a health finance expert on the OHA/SPER Health Economics, Finance and Policy Team, and will provide key technical and programmatic support to the Global Health (GH) Bureau Cross-Office Team for USAID's HIV & AIDS Sustainable Financing Initiative. S/he will advance OHA's vision and goals for domestic resource mobilization for HIV& AIDS and long- term sustainable programming for control of the epidemic. S/he will perform the following duties: Serve as Co-chair of the interagency Finance and Economics Working Group (FEWG) and ad hoc modeling working group. Participate in planning and program development for USAID's HIV & AIDS Sustainable Financing Initiative and in the development of PEPFAR's Headquarters Operational Plan (HOP) to support implementation. Serve as Senior Technical Advisor to the Health Finance and Governance Project on areas related to Health Finance within PEPFAR. Liaise with the Bureau's Office of Health Systems on Health Finance issues as related to PEPFAR. Provide technical assistance to other OHA divisions, USAID missions and PEPFAR country teams in areas of health finance and the assessment, design and implementation of HIV-related economic evaluations and cost analyses. Participate in the PEPFAR Interagency Collaborative for Program Improvement. Liaise with multiple PEPFAR technical working groups to provide technical support to cost analyses, expenditure analyses and other economic evaluation activities. Monitor implementing partners' health financing work in the field, including fulfillment of a technical advisory role on specific projects as assigned. Serve as a liaison and technical resource to the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC) and other PEPFAR implementing agencies on OHA-led and jointly led health finance activities. Participate in the annual PEPFAR Country Operational Plan (COP) technical review process. Maintain knowledge of state of the art health finance and economic evaluation practices and serve as a technical resource for OHA, USAID, and PEPFAR. Mentor junior team members and other staff on health finance activities. CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSE, PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OR OTHER EXPERTISE REQUIRED. The contractor must have: Master's degree or higher in health economics, health finance, or other relevant field. Minimum ten years' experience in health finance, resource mobilization, research management and implementation, with experience in international or resource-poor settings. Minimum ten years' experience in health finance, cost analysis, economic evaluation and capacity building in developing countries, including research design. Demonstrated understanding of and ability to apply accepted tools, techniques and frameworks for health financing, economic evaluation and cost analysis of HIV/AIDS interventions. High degree of judgment, maturity, ingenuity and originality to interpret strategy, to analyze, develop and present work and to monitor and evaluate implementation of programs. Strong leadership and group facilitation skills. Demonstrated experience working with a wide range of development partners, including multilateral and bilateral donors as well as private foundations and civil society. Demonstrated knowledge of internal processes within the US Government and other health sector development partners, (e.g. thematic priorities, decision-making mechanisms, and preferred funding channels). Experience with global health partnerships and disease-specific initiatives. Excellent interpersonal, communication and writing skills, and the ability to work with diverse teams. Strong teamwork, multi- stakeholder collaboration and management skills. US Citizenship, Permanent Residency or Green Card required. 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.

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ACCOUNTING MANAGER
SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Equal Access International (www.equalaccess.org) is a development communications NGO headquartered in San Francisco with country offices and programs in Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Chad, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan and Yemen. A communications for social change organization which combines the power of media with grassroots community mobilization, Equal Access creates customized communications strategies and outreach solutions that address the most critical challenges affecting people in the developing world such as women and girls empowerment, youth life-skills and livelihoods, education, human rights, health, and democracy and governance. With over 190 staff worldwide and twelve years' experience implementing innovative media and social change projects in challenging and remote locations, we seek a San Francisco-based Accounting Manager. Primary Responsibilities: Perform monthly consolidations of field office expense reports; review for coding errors, incorrect accounting, ensure inter-company accounts are reconciled, correspond with field offices as appropriate, and ensure field offices reports are complete as per checklist. Supervise monthly reconciliations; ensure all balance sheet accounts are reconciled every month, ensure all accruals (fringe benefits, payroll liabilities etc.) are accurate every month, review and prepare schedules for balance sheet accounts like employee advances, prepaid and accrued liabilities etc. Prepare monthly invoicing for all donors; reconcile YTD expenditures and payments received for donors, ensure compliance with deadlines, and provide responses to donors' inquiries. Prepare monthly financial statements; calculate NICRA and revenue, prepare schedules for TRNA, grants receivable, review statements for accuracy. Supervise/ provide training to the Accountants; resolve issues as brought up by accounting staff, provide coaching and mentoring, maintain an awareness of the regulatory environment in which the organization is functioning, and providing information to management as necessary on issues that may affect operations. Prepare information for quarterly donor reports. Special assignments; provide support in software conversion to NetSuite in 2015. Participate in annual audit process, assist auditors, assist with preparation of 990 tax filing. Maintain chart of accounts, vendor and donor lists and any other general recordkeeping functions related to financial operations. Oversee and some execution of the daily accounting function of the organization, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash flow management, deposits and expenditures. General interface with the Programs Department on financial matters as required. Essential skills: Commitment to the mission of Equal Access; Outstanding skills in accounting, financial and operational analysis and reporting; Knowledge of the federal grants and contracts in compliance with USAID and US State Department policies, procedures, reporting requirements is mandatory. Additionally, an understanding of UN, World Bank, and other bilateral and multilateral agencies policies, procedures and reporting requirements is desirable; Proficiency in MS Office Suite and a thorough understanding of automated non-profit financial software and their applications (e.g., QuickBooks, Netsuite or similar) is required; Ability to work closely via email and phone with local country office financial accounting staff located in Nepal, Cambodia, Pakistan, Yemen, Burkina Faso, Chad, Niger, Nigeria and Afghanistan, plus new countries as the company expands. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Reporting Relationship: Accounting Manager reports to Controller, and works closely with the COO and Programs Department. QUALIFICATIONS: BA Accounting, Business or Non-Profit Management, and C.P.A, or progressive experience in positions of financial and operational responsibility that demonstrate technical knowledge of position requirements in lieu of qualifications. Minimum Experience: At least five years of direct, hands-on accounting and financial management experience (including financial management of federal funds), three to five years of staff supervisory experience and three years of international NGO operations management experience. Compensation: Exempt position; salary commensurate with experience; health, dental, vision insurance; 401K; 4 weeks paid vacation. TO APPLY: please send a cover letter indicating your reasons for interest in the position and a resume to: jobs@equalaccess.org with "Accounting Manager" in the subject line of the email. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. Please apply by January 2, 2015. . Applicants must have the right to work in the U.S. Equal Access does not provide sponsorship. EOE M/F/D/V

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OPERATIONS MANAGER, NEPAL
NEPALGUNJ, NEPAL

Pact is seeking an Operations Manager in Nepal. Department Overview: Pact exists to help create a world where those who are poor and marginalized exercise their voice, build their own solutions, and take ownership of their future. Pact's Sajhedari Bikaas project in Nepal contributes to realizing this purpose by: Promoting inclusive, integrated local development in Mid and Far Western Nepal; Forging smart partnerships and treating all people with dignity and respect; Applying organizational policies and regulatory compliance appropriately and consistently; Facilitating team spirit among partners and colleagues; Influencing decision makers through focused, relevant communications; Continually striving to learn and share knowledge; Cultivating and harvesting innovation; Contributing to the organization's ability to think and act strategically at all times. Position Purpose: Reporting to the Chief of Party, the Operations Manager is responsible for oversight of the finance, grants/ contracts, administration, and procurement functions of the project through supervision and mentoring of local staff, including: Finance Director, G&C Director, Coordination Director, and two Administrative Managers. The assignment includes operational oversight of the project office in Nepalgunj, a branch office in Dhangadhi, and a contact office in Kathmandu, with periodic travel to project districts. Key Responsibilities: Oversees finance, grants/ contracts, administration, and procurement functions of the project in compliance with USG regulations (FAR, AIDAIR, ADS, etc.). Ensures efficient and safe functioning of the project office in Nepalgunj, branch office in Dhangadhi, and contact office in Kathmandu. Supports staff in budgeting and performing regular expenditure reviews of invoices, projections, and financial reporting. Provides timely and reliable financial information and analysis to project management. Supervises program audits and coordinates with HQ on government audits for the project. Supports and guides staff in full-cycle grants management, including solicitation, pre-award assessments, negotiation of awards, modification of awards, monitoring awards, and close-out procedures. Oversees and ensures that both Pact and partners remain compliant with the terms and conditions of awards. Oversees closeout of awards, including: review of final award inventories, review of final financial reports including the final advance reconciliation; ensure all performance and reporting actions are completed; and prepare property dispositions under contracts and grants received by Pact. Ensures maintenance of administrative, financial, grants/ contracts, and program records/ files both electronically and, as needed, in hard copy. Reviews current systems and procedures, and make recommendations to strengthen effective project management and compliance with USG guidelines. Undertakes periodic field visits for monitoring purposes. Performs other duties as assigned. Basic REQUIREMENTS: Advanced degree in management, accounting, or other relevant field. At least five to six years' experience in international development, with supervision of complex and complex and challenging field operations in developing countries. Willingness to travel locally and demonstrated ability to mentor local staff and partner organizations. Demonstrated experience in USAID/USG contract implementation and management. Direct knowledge of logistics and USAID/USG procurement procedures, rules, and regulations (FAR, AIDAR, ADS, OMB, AAPD, CIB, DSSR). Sub-grant and commodity management experience. Strong interpersonal and team-building skills. Strong English language writing skills. Creative and results-driven management approach to challenges. Preferred Qualifications: Nepali or other South Asian language skills. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 14-0147. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. We are also an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.

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INTERNATIONAL TALENT ACQUISITION OFFICER
WASHINGTON, DC

Pact is seeking an International Talent Acquisition Officer in Washington, DC. Pact Overview: At the heart of Pact is the promise of a better tomorrow. The promise of a healthy life. Of a decent livelihood. Of sustainable natural resources that benefit communities. Now more than ever in its 42-year history, Pact is helping millions of people who are poor and marginalized discover and build their own solutions and take ownership over their future. Pact's promises are fulfilled in partnership with local communities. Our integrated approach to building the capacity of local organizations, developing good governance and cultivating markets is carried out by individuals who adapt our expertise to their own environments and challenges. Pact enables systemic solutions that allow those who are poor and marginalized to earn a dignified living, be healthy, and take part in the benefits that nature provides. Pact accomplishes this by strengthening local capacity, forging effective governance systems, and transforming markets into a force for development. Pact envisions a world where those who are poor and marginalized exercise their voice, build their own solutions, and take ownership of their future. The Pact Human Resources Department supports this mission by creating a work environment that celebrates diversity, fosters professional growth and development, ensures competitive compensation and benefits, and provides exceptional service to management and staff. The Department is dedicated to providing practical, consistent, and proactive support, direction and advice to management and employees in the area of HR procedure, policy, best practice, employment rewards, benefits, and legislation to facilitate achieving the objectives and targets of our organization. Our services include full life cycle recruitment, onboarding, employee relations, total rewards management, training and development and employee engagement. Position Purpose: The International Talent Acquisition Officer supports Pact's fast-paced, full life cycle recruitment team; supporting headquarters, field offices and new business recruitment. This position will partner with Pact's Business Development and core proposal team in designing and implementing international sourcing and recruiting campaigns to attract and acquire expatriates, third country nationals and consultants for short-term technical assistance. The position will serve as Pact's subject matter expert on recruitment and build an exemplary network of skilled professionals. The International Talent Acquisition Officer will identify, evaluate, and screen candidates who meet the required area of expertise and who will advance Pact's mission and values. As an integral part of the Human Resources team, this position will serve as a strategic partner in advancing and meeting the organizations talent needs, improve recruitment processes and systems and increase the presence and knowledge of pact as a preferred employer. Key Responsibilities: Strategic Partnering: Establish a strong rapport with hiring managers at headquarters and international field offices to understand their strategic staffing needs, priorities, constraints and fill vacancies in a timely manner; Participate in strategy sessions and apply knowledge gained to all aspects of the recruitment efforts and review solicitations and technical proposals for staffing needs, structure and donor requirements. Proactively build Pact's talent pipeline and network of potential candidates by identifying, screening, interviewing and assessing candidates for future business development goals; Develop and maintain an international network of recruiters, contacts and candidates via proactive use of social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.). Business Development: Proactively source, evaluate, identify slates of candidates for USN, CCN and TCN positions associated with proposals and ensure that all donor and organizational staffing requirements are successfully completed for each funding opportunity within established deadlines. Collaborate with business development, regional project stakeholders and technical experts to develop short and long-term strategic recruitment campaigns that meet proposal requirements. Obtain required proposal documentation from candidates such as verification, Biographical data form, references, letters of commitment; and appropriate versions of CVs ensuring that all documentation complies with donor specifications, is complete and accurate. Serve as point of contact for key personnel after proposal submission and until a funding decision has been determined by the donor. At time of award, transition the hiring process functions to the appropriate HR manager to ensure a successful onboarding process. Global Recruitment: Work with hiring managers to develop job descriptions in accordance with the staffing plan, recommend creative and alternative advertising venues and strategies, determine titles and salaries, ensuring compliance with budget. Represent Pact with professionalism, enthusiasm and energy to sell the organization to prospective candidates; attend career fairs, networking events and conferences to promote Pact and deepen the pool of potential candidates. Provide information on company operations and employment opportunities to potential applicants. Review online applications, evaluate qualifications of both internal and external candidates, conduct prescreen interviews to analyze candidate experience, fit, availability, interest level, salary requirements, and coordinate pre-employment tests as needed. Develop a short list and present qualified candidates to hiring managers in a timely manner; Guide hiring manager in identifying a balanced interview panel, designing an efficient and professional interview process, and preparing interviewers; Generate effective and appropriate advertising campaign for positions, posting in newspapers, list-serves, on-line, trade publications, networks, etc. including internationally focused sources. Recommend creative and alternative advertising venues and strategies. Track and report on the effectiveness of strategy; Maintain candidate files within the internal recruiting database. Manage communications between applicants, hiring managers and others keeping all parties apprised of the status of each search. Synthesize interview feedback, share results with hiring manager, and assist hiring manager with final decisions. Provide candidates feedback on interview results as appropriate. Conduct reference checks, background checks, negotiating offers with selected candidates, preparing offer letters/ employment agreements for signature, and working with HR to ensure submission/ upload of all documentation required. Ensure that finalist is accurately informed of allowance and benefit package. Team with all recruiters to increase presence and knowledge of Pact as a preferred employer, discuss networking, sourcing and recruitment activities and strategies. Partner with HR team to identify creative alternatives and improve HR systems; Recommend system improvements to current recruitment processes to ensure streamlined, cost effective, high quality services are provided to hiring managers. Basic REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree; plus a minimum of six years relevant recruitment experience, three of which must include international recruitment, strong business development and proposal experience preferred. Possess a solid understanding of how to source, screen and recruit in overseas markets. Critical thinker, able to identify issues and opportunities, provide solutions and reach consensus with multiple stakeholders. Demonstrated sensitivity and discretion when handling confidential information. Ability to travel domestically and internationally (up to 10%). Demonstrated ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks in a fast paced, high volume environment. Demonstrated ability to develop positive working relationships with hiring managers. Demonstrated ability to be professional, calm, flexible, resilient, solution oriented, and creative. Cross-cultural sensitivity, knowledge of and ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds. Excellent oral and written communication and representational skills. Proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets and databases including applicant tracking systems. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with USAID and/or NGO project and proposal recruitment. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 14-0109. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. We are also an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.

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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
WASHINGTON, DC

Are you seeking an employer with excellent salaries and benefits that include 40+ days of paid leave, retirement plan, tuition reimbursement and much more? Well, look no further. AMIDEAST, a leading American non-profit organization engaged in international education, training and development activities in the Middle East and North Africa, has an exciting opportunity for a Business Development Officer in its Washington, DC office. Working with other members of the Business Development team, the Business Development Officer is responsible for supporting the technical, cost and production activities of proposal development as well as ongoing budget review and approval. Priority of tasks is determined based on deadline requirements. This position requires someone who can manage multiple deadlines and priorities. QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in a quantitative discipline, 1-3 years of experience working on USAID, Department of State proposals including recruitment of staff and writing proposal sections, 1-3 years of experience working in budget/ spreadsheet design and analysis, advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel, strong written and oral communication skills, work experience in an organization with Middle East/ North Africa portfolio as well as Arabic and/or French language skills. Willingness to travel overseas is also required. The incumbent will recruit Chiefs of Party and other proposed program staff, including identifying new candidates, negotiating salaries and compiling all necessary documentation, perform various proposal tasks as assigned such as creating charts, formatting resumes and proposal assembly, prepare the quarterly Win/Loss Report for the Board of Directors and research tasks as assigned on clients, projects etc. To be considered for this position you must have the ability to review solicitation requirements and advise the proposal team and field offices on the interpretation of specific costing requirements in collaboration with the Senior Pricing Analyst, assist in ensuring headquarters, regional and country support costs are appropriately represented within each budget submission, ensure completion and accuracy of cost and certification related proposal forms for client submission and assist in the development of budget templates in response to specific requests from clients. TO APPLY: Please submit a resume, cover letter and salary requirement via our on-line applicant tracking system, https://apply.amideast.org/ATS_CLIENT/

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WASHINGTON, DC

STRATEGY ANALYST I
WASHINGTON, DC

STRATEGY ANALYST II
WASHINGTON, DC

SENIOR DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
WASHINGTON, DC

SHORT-TERM ASSISTANT
WASHINGTON, DC

TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, PARTNERSHIPS & INVESTMENTS
WASHINGTON, DC

SENIOR FINANCE & CONTRACT ANALYST
US

FINANCE & CONTRACT ANALYST
BETHESDA, MD

HUMAN RESOURCES CONSULTANT - CONSULTANCY ROSTER
BUDAPEST

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST - RECORDS MANAGER
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND

EDITOR
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND

AUDIT TEMPORARY TERM CONTRACTUAL
WASHINGTON, DC

ASSOCIATE INFORMATION SECURITY OFFICER
VIENNA, AUSTRIA

ASSOCIATE RISK MANAGEMENT OFFICER
VIENNA

DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY GENERAL, HEADQUARTERS SUPPORT
AND TRANSFORMATION
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

SECTION HEAD
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER
NEW YORK

DOCUMENTS MANAGEMENT OFFICER / DEPUTY CHIEF OF UNIT
NEW YORK

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSOCIATE, INDIVIDUAL GIVING
BOSTON, MA

GENERAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR
BOSTON, MA

BUSINESS PROCESS ARCHITECT, ERP FINANCE EXPERIENCE
BALTIMORE, MD

BUSINESS PROCESS ARCHITECT, ERP WITH HR EXPERIENCE
BALTIMORE, MD

PART-TIME ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, TALENT ACQUISITION
GROUP
BALTIMORE, MD

PROGRAM ASSOCIATE - WEST AFRICA
BALTIMORE, MD

SENIOR DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
BALTIMORE, MD

UNIT HEAD, ACCOUNTING
VIENNA, AUSTRIA

RESOURCE MOBILIZATION OFFICER
VIENNA, AUSTRIA

ASSOCIATE RESOURCE MOBILIZATION OFFICER
VIENNA, AUSTRIA

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
WASHINGTON, DC

HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER
WASHINGTON, DC

HR SPECIALIST, COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
WASHINGTON, DC

SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, MARINE
WASHINGTON, DC

TEAM LEADER, RUSSIAN TRANSLATION SERVICE
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND

PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT ANALYST, CONTRACTUAL
WASHINGTON, DC

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT OFFICER, REAL ESTATE
NEW YORK

AWARDS AND COMPLIANCE OFFICER
WASHINGTON, DC

PROGRAM COORDINATOR, LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN
WASHINGTON, DC

TEMPORARY SENIOR REGIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
CENTRAL AND WEST AFRICA
WASHINGTON, DC

BUSINESS ANALYST, HR
WASHINGTON, DC

ASSISTANT PROGRAM OFFICER-EAST AND SOUTH AFRICA
PORTLAND, OR

PAYROLL MANAGER
PORTLAND, OR

ASSISTANT PROGRAM OFFICER, STRATEGY & LEARNING &
TECHNICAL SUPPORT UNIT
PORTLAND, OR

ASSISTANT PROGRAM OFFICER-NWC AFRICA, IIA, AND JAPAN
PORTLAND, OR

LINGUIST, SPANISH
THE NETHERLANDS

HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER
NEW YORK

INTERPRETER, ARABIC
NEW YORK

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OFFICER
NEW YORK

HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER
NEW YORK

VPC/FMP DTC
WASHINGTON, DC

LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS ADMINISTRATION AND LOGISTICS
CONTRACTUAL
WASHINGTON, DC

LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT CONTRACTUAL
WASHINGTON, DC

PROGRAMME EVALUATION OFFICER
NEW YORK

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OFFICER
NEW YORK

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