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PROGRAM ANALYST - F/PPM
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 Program Analyst - F/PPM, United States Agency for International Development (USAID-DOS/F/PM), Office of Foreign Assistance Resources (F), Planning and Performance Management (PPM). GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Provides technical guidance and support to planning and budgeting teams; performs a variety of both complex and routine analytical and administrative duties. These duties range from complex analytical-type tasks such as collecting, compiling, analyzing data for various program documents, designing and maintaining spreadsheets in support of financial tracking systems, and editing public documents for publication to administrative-type tasks such as scheduling briefings and meetings and maintaining program files. The Program Analyst ranks tasks in order of importance and impending deadlines, and handles several tasks simultaneously. The individual requires a working knowledge of USAID and State Department policies, guidelines, practices, and procedures. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Specific Analytical/ Duties to Support F: Lead support for Operational Planning (OP) portfolio before, during, and after OP submission. F point of contact for USAID Intranet Modernization Initiative. Translate policy needs and changes into IT system requirements. Track, analyze, and present After-Action Review data and reports together with OP Team. Develop, and implement new Mission Objective management and tracking across F processes. Serve in strategic plan development working group, crafting and establishing guiding principles and mission statements for the division. Support project and task management by developing and maintaining project schedules and tracking status of tasks, to help ensure that schedules and deadlines are met. Review and organize files and reports, assist with the establishment of an improved knowledge management system within the office. Research, plan, analyze, and organize technical and/or statistical information and develops data for use in briefings, publications, and reports. Recommends statistical formats for reports, ensuring consistency with USAID standards. Draft program communications such as cables, memoranda, and letters that seek approval or request information relative to program matters. Collect and compile data for use in regular and ad hoc reporting on the status of programs from various sources such as cooperating agency reports, USAID reports and documents, and technical staff. Ensure that schedules and deadlines are met. Specific Team Support Duties: Manage all communication, both internal and external, on a variety of both complex issues and routine updates. Guides long-term requirements gathering, system development, and troubleshooting, including reaching out to the field for feedback and technical data crosswalking regarding the development of Next Generation foreign assistance budget software. Respond to data requests from Inspector General, Government Accountability Office, and other external partners, managing dissemination of sensitive information. Coordinate and manage strategy drafts, feedback binders, and final documents received from Missions, including posting on Diplopedia site and communicating with field and Washington offices. Draft and edit communications products, including department wide cables, memoranda, and presentations that communicate strategic and operational planning processes and guidance. Develop and edit training materials, including step-by-step walkthroughs, power point presentations, handouts, and webinars. Lead in-depth training, both in person and via web, and bureau- or office-specific sessions. Develop documentation for strategic planning and OP processes, including written Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and process maps. Provide help desk support for F budget analysts, department bureaus, and overseas Missions in response to inquiries about the strategic planning and OP processes in a timely manner. Organize and maintain planning process files and documentation. Organize, schedule, and support meetings. Provide broad support to the members of the planning team to ensure the timely and accurate execution of F/PPM Planning Team responsibilities. Assist technical staff in the preparation of various program documents and correspondence such as project authorization documents, action memos, and waivers, ensuring that all documentation is complete and in compliance with USAID rules, regulations, and standards. Work with USAID staff on general management- related activities. Maintain/or provide assistance with administrative and financial tracking systems, and assists in the design and maintenance of spreadsheets and databases to support these systems. Provide various administrative support as required, including but not limited to, technical assistance with Office conversion to SharePoint, maintenance of website, and implementation of knowledge management protocols. Provide quality control review and copy editing of publication materials for content and style prior to release. Other duties as assigned. CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSE, PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OR OTHER EXPERTISE REQUIRED: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. The position requires a BA/BS and/or 5-6 years of professional office experience or a MA/MS and/or 3-4 years of professional office experience. Requires proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office, Internet and e-mail applications. Experience in the use of data base applications is recommended. A Secret Security clearance is required. 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. REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: None. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, stand and walk. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet. 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 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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BUDGET AND GRANTS MANAGER
NEW YORK

The International Center for Transitional Justice is seeking a Budget and Grants Manager who is a core member of the Finance Department, with primary responsibility for overseeing ICTJ's budget process including preparation and working with the Controller on the mid-year budget review and on-going analysis. The Budget and Grants Manager is also responsible for allocating, tracking, and reporting on donor funds. Specifically for managing the administrative details of ICTJ's grants, managing the donor database, tracking the progress of current grants, working with program staff in preparing reports and budgets, and providing final financial reporting to properly close grants. The Budget and Grants Manager will work closely with the Development department regarding grant proposals/budgets and financial reporting. The Budget and Grants Manager supervises 2 Regional and Finance Grants Officers and a Development Assistant (1/3 of their time in regards to ICTJ's donor database - Raiser's Edge). Major Duties and Responsibility: Budget Preparation and Administration: Oversees all government and foundation grants and contracts in conjunction with the Development Department; Working closely with the CFAO, Controller and senior management, prepares annual budget calendar, and budget worksheets (including the preparation of all base salary, benefit and OTPS historical and current budget information); Working closely with the Development Department on the annual revenue projections (provides known grant contract/ agreement status reports); Produces annual fiscal year budget binder for each division/ department, senior management, Finance Committee and Board of Directors; Uploads/ inputs new budget information into ICTJ's financial and budget software system (MIP); Prepares and distributes ICTJ's mid-year budget analysis worksheets to all departments and country offices. Prepares ICTJ's mid-year review report, processes approved mid-year revisions and ensures that senior staff and project directors are kept informed of budget changes; Assists the Controller in the preparation of the monthly departmental expenditure analysis to determine where budgets are over and/or underspent. Assists the Controller with the coordination of quarterly meetings with all department directors, head of country offices, senior management and CFAO to review analysis and program changes impacting the budget; Updates or creates internal budget documents as necessary, prepares budget modification forms as needed, inputs changes into MIP, and communicates all changes to relevant staff. Working closely with program staff, prepares budget modification forms and no costs extension requests as needed; Working with the CFAO, assists in the preparation of quarterly budget status reports for senior management and the Finance Committee and Board of Directors. Reviews monthly budget variance reports and general ledger reports to insure that items are being charged to the correct program. Prepares correcting journal entries as required. Assists the Controller in determining appropriate allocation methodology for those items requiring allocation among different sources. Ensures that allocations are made correctly and reviews methodologies with program and administrative staff; Reviews personnel requests and personnel action forms to ensure there are adequate resources available to fill positions; Maintains ongoing communication with program staff regarding needs and budget status; and Train staff on budget policies and procedures; Prepare additional budget analyses as needed and other duties as may be required by the CFAO. Grant Administration: Ensure internal compliance with donors' grant conditions; Maintain a calendar of grant financial reports and audit report deadlines. Analyze cash flow and prepare spending projections for grants as needed. Maintain a calendar of pledges, payments and outstanding receivables. Facilitate kickoff meetings for new grants with program staff, Finance, and Development to ensure that there is agreement on planned expenditures of grants, knowledge of contract requirements and an appropriate coding structure in place. Working with Development staff, prepares or reviews budgets and budget narratives for submission in responses to requests for government and foundation proposals (RFPs). Support HQ program staff and field offices in reconciling HQ accounting records with donor financial reports. Work with program staff on preparation of donor financial reports for restricted grants. Prepares government and foundation interim and final financial reports (restricted and unrestricted). Prepare allocation for HQ salary/ fringe and international staff payments based on grant agreements/ budgets. Ensure grant expenses are applied to the appropriate general ledger fund, including necessary re-classing. Support Finance in preparation of annual organizational audit. Assist the Controller with the grant-specific audits. Liaise with program staff to update global institutional budget for the current fiscal year, reflecting staff time and overhead allocation across all grants. Prepare additional grant analyses as needed. Train staff on grant policies and procedures. Perform grant reconciliations and adjustments in MIP. Donor Database Management/ Administration: Ensure consistent entry of data into the Raiser's Edge (RE) database and maintain data integrity by using regular system checks. Maintain Access database for grant-tracking and report generation. Update as needed a policies and procedures manual for ICTJ use of RE. Update fields within RE based on organizational needs and programmatic directions. Position REQUIREMENTS: Education: Bachelor's Degree in administration, finance, accounting or related field. Master's degree preferred. Experience: Minimum 3-5 years progressively responsible work experience, preferably in budget analysis experience and grants administration. Related Skills or Knowledge: Incumbent should possess strong communication skills (verbal and written). Knowledge of advanced excel and analysis (including pivot tables) is required; Raiser's Edge and/or experience with relational databases (such as Microsoft Access) is preferred. Experience with complex budgets strongly preferred. Attention to detail is essential. Work Environment & Physical Demand: Essential functions are typically performed in an office setting with a low level of noise. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. TO APPLY: Please email resume and cover letter with salary requirements to jobs@ictj.org include job code B&G MGR in the subject line. Position open until filled.

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ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, INTERNAL AUDIT
WATERTOWN, MA

Pathfinder International is seeking an Associate Director, Internal Audit. Pathfinder International is a global leader in sexual and reproductive health. We place reproductive health care at the center of all that we do believing that it is not only a fundamental human right, but is critical for expanding life opportunities for women, families, communities, and nations, and paving the way for transformations in environmental stewardship, decreases in population pressures, and innovations in poverty reduction. Pathfinder provides women, men, and adolescents with a range of quality health services from contraception and maternal care to HIV prevention and AIDS care and treatment. Pathfinder strives to strengthen access to family planning, ensure availability of safe abortion services and post-abortion care, advocate for sound reproductive health policies, and, through all of our work, improve the rights and lives of the people we serve. Program Overview: The Finance Department works in partnership with other Pathfinder International departments to develop budgets, implement and manage financial control measures, establish policies and procedures, and ensure compliance with generally accepted accounting principles, and governmental and nongovernmental grant requirements. Position Purpose: Working with all stakeholders, the Associate Director, Internal Audit will identify risks that hinder the achievement of Pathfinder's objectives. He/she will assess the adequacy and recommends appropriate internal control systems to reduce associated risks. He/she is responsible for developing the annual internal audit work plan and for leading the implementation of the assigned work (audits, financial management reviews or special projects), while maintaining the currency of the information in the audit system, assuring standard quality of audits performed, participating in audits, and maintaining organizational and member relationships. Key Responsibilities: Lead the implementation of audits that cover Pathfinder's field offices. Coordinate the identification and selection of external audit firms that will support the implementation of the annual plan. Schedule, plan and coordinate the review process with internal and external teams. Review and disseminate audit reports. Update and report on the status of the implementation of internal audit recommendations on a regular basis. Lead internal audits, and coordinate external audits. Supervise and oversee the work of Pathfinder's field auditors. Assist with ensuring financial records and backup documentation are ready for internal and external audits. Evaluates and provides reasonable assurance that risk management, control and governance systems are functioning as intended. Develop audit tools and techniques as needed. Provides recommendations for improving operations, in terms of efficiency and effectiveness. Serve as quality control for all internal audits undertaken by the internal audit team. Lead/ conduct special investigations and analytical projects. Develop and maintain Pathfinder's program for monitoring and oversight of sub-recipients. Develop a list of best practices for implementing and improving internal controls. In cooperation with other Finance & Administration staff and Pathfinder's independent public accounting firm, proposes, plans and executes audit procedures to be performed during the annual financial/A-133 audit as a means of containing external audit expense. Reports risk management issues and internal controls deficiencies identified directly to management in a timely and effective manner. Identifies risks and any contract noncompliance issues. Assist with the safeguarding of Pathfinder's assets and reputation for ethical conduct and fiscal transparency. Any other special projects as assigned by the Chief Financial Officer. Basic REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in Accounting required; CPA or advanced certification preferred. Seven years auditing experience; Public, nonprofit, or federal auditing experience preferred. Excellent computer/ software skills and experience in Microsoft Office applications, in particular Word, Excel, and accounting software packages, with proven ability to learn new systems. Knowledge of generally accepted auditing principles and procedures. Professional integrity, honesty, initiative, accountability and dependability. Ability to work effectively with diverse finance colleagues across a global organization. Experience in leading, supervising and coaching members of staff at HQ and in the field. Strong interpersonal and communication skills including experience in translating financial concepts to individuals at all levels, including finance and non-finance managers. Experience with government contracts, preferably with USAID, DFID, Gates, and other private donors. Excellent verbal and written communication skills (in English). Proven ability to improve processes, promote excellence and demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness. Solid analytical, problem solving and troubleshooting skills. Experience coordinating audit activities and analyzing accounting data reports. Ability to quickly learn new systems, processes and procedures and adapt local practices to global standards. Strong attention to detail and proven ability to consistently perform tasks independently with a high degree of accuracy. Excellent organizational skills and the commitment and ability to assess priorities, excel in a fast-paced environment, work effectively under time pressure, manage a variety of activities and meet deadlines. Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information. Able to work with minimum supervision and under pressure. CIA certification or candidate agrees to obtain a CIA within two years of employment. Working knowledge of FAR and GAAP. Availability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally. Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree or higher in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting or other related field or CPA. Non-profit sector experience. TO APPLY: To be considered for this position, please apply online at: http://www.pathfinder.org/about-us/careers/employment-opportunities/. Expiration: 12/19/14. Pathfinder International is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

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MULTIPLE POSITIONS
ZAMBIA

Crown Agents USA, Inc. is calling for the CVs of qualified applicants in anticipation of upcoming USAID and other donor-funded health projects located in Zambia. Since 1988, Crown Agents has been providing supply chain, consultancy, and financial services to a range of clients in Zambia including USAID, World Bank, DFID, government ministries, NGOs, faith-based organizations and the private sector. We have contributed to strengthening the Zambian health sector through our wide experience of public sector and local institution transformation. Anticipated activities in Zambia include: Building the capacity of local organizations through approaches that will strengthen the comprehensive HIV/AIDS response. Strengthening the procurement, audit, and internal control functions of targeted ministries including MCDMCH. Building the capacity of the GRZ to partner with the private sector and build the capacity of private partners to strengthen and enhance HIV workplace policies/ programs. TO APPLY: to this position, please email your CV to careers@crownagents.com, including your name, along with "Zambia - (insert Job Title here)" 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.

FINANCE AND OPERATIONS DIRECTOR
ZAMBIA

QUALIFICATIONS: Master's Degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting with 12 years' experience. Minimum eight years' experience in administrative and financial management of large-scale, complex, international development assistance programs. Demonstrated supervisory experience and skills in developing and managing large scale grant programs. Extensive experience in developing and managing a donor funded grants program. Knowledge of USAID regulations is required. Fluency in written and spoken English.

CAPACITY BUILDING/ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT EXPERT
ZAMBIA

QUALIFICATIONS: University degree in human resource management, capacity building, training, institutional development, or organizational development. At least 5 years of capacity building, institutional needs assessments, development of training materials and mechanisms, functions and strengthening of training institutions, hands- on training, and workshop facilitation experience, including health service delivery, internal auditing and reporting, accounting policies, risk management, and HR development. Experience working with USAID's contracting and disbursement procedures desired. Practical experience and proven track record in delivering professional training programmes in the region. Professional experience in HIV service delivery would be an advantage. Work experience in Zambia preferred. Fluency in written and spoken English.

GRANT MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
ZAMBIA

QUALIFICATIONS: University degree in Business Administration, Finance and Accounting strongly preferred. At least 5 years of demonstrated technical experience providing technical assistance to local civil society organizations, with particular focus on financial support. Professional experience in financial management, compliance and due diligence procedures. Experience designing and administering grants programs. Knowledge of performance-based financing mechanisms. Experience working on international donor-funded projects, USAID experience preferred. Experience working with USAID's contracting and disbursement procedures desired. Fluency in written and spoken English.

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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 funds 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 requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. 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 years 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. In addition to the standard qualifications required of a Budget Analyst, the following qualifications, skills, and background are required or desirable for this position: Expertise in the use of Microsoft Excel and the ability to work with large and complex workbooks and pivot tables (required). 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). Experience in the use of Microsoft Excel (required). Willingness to learn on the job and to seek opportunities for professional growth (required). 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 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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SHARED SERVICES MANAGER
WASHINGTON, DC

Pact is seeking a Shared Services Manager in Washington, DC. 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. The Shared Services department contributes to realizing this purpose by: Creating administrative policies and processes that enhance the efficacy of the office workflow and organizes resources around good ideas. Continuously realign aspects of the organization's support services to facilitate and reinforce the strategic initiatives. Building and maintaining a travel policy and process that adheres to regulations and at the same time supports the complex needs of employees required to travel. Planning events that celebrate, enhance and promote employee wellness, Pact culture, and partnerships. Supporting the flow and distribution of information accurately and efficiently. Position Purpose: The Shared Services Manager reports to the VP Global Human Resources and plays a critical role in efficient and effective daily operations of the DC Pact office. This position is responsible for guiding and supervising the Shared Services team and the associates activities related to office operations and facilities management, including procurement of supplies and equipment and contracts with outside vendors. Key Responsibilities: Leadership: Inspire, champion and spread a culture of shared success that makes true our belief that every imaginable problem has a solution and that when we dedicate ourselves to pursuing it, our efforts will be rewarded with a better world. Direct and supervise the Shared Services team of four employees. Administrative Operations: Recommend, draft and oversee administration policies and procedures, including, but not limited to facilities, travel, and office management. Direct and exercise oversight of inventory of all fixed assets assuring accordance with federal regulations. Develop and implement standards for file management (e-files, computer files, permanent files, etc.) including offsite/ onsite storage management in partnership with Agreement Management. Direct all internal day-to-day office procedures to ensure smooth and efficient operations including facility management, procurement of office supplies and space planning. Oversee and coordinate travel activities; including managing Pact's primary travel vendor. Direct and lead all items as they relate to facilities management including; lease management, telecommunications and data voicemail systems, office printers, building maintenance and construction management, mailroom management, printing and distribution of materials. Anticipate and plan contingencies for emergencies that may affect domestic office operations (e.g. long-term power failures, inability to access the office due to natural disasters or terrorists acts, etc.). Deliver ethical, professional, and effective purchasing services and support leveraging Pact's buying power through supplier management, contract negotiation, adoption of technologies and collaborative buying. Promote Pact's commitments to supplier diversity, the local business community, and the environment. Assist Agreement Management with the creation, and proper execution and document retention of all consultant agreements processed through HQ. Support and partner with the Human Resources Department in scheduling, creating and delivering new employee orientation and coordinating office set up. Direct and oversee the scheduling of conference rooms, space management for visitors. Manage an annual budget of over $500,000. Plan, coordinate and support office events and meetings including service of food and drink, installation and de-installation of events, and material preparation. Communicate all staff any announcements pertaining to building access, weather, holiday closings, etc. Performs other duties as assigned. Basic REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree, or the equivalent. Driven by an honest desire to catalyze opportunities for people and handle conflicts in a constructive and supportive manner. Proven ability to choose the best course of action and make decisions in line with the strategic initiatives of the organization. Willingness to work on tasks outside of his/her comfort zone to get the job done. Proven track record in managing confidential information with discretion. Experience in project management with proven ability to multi-task and manage around changing priorities. Strong communications skills and ability to problem-solve difficult issues. Good negotiating and organizational skills. Strong understanding of budgets. Competence and proficiency using common desktop applications and internal systems. Preferred Qualifications: Six years of relevant experience in an office setting with minimum of 4 years in supervision. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 14-0118. 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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VICE PRESIDENT, LENDING AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT, EAST AFRICA
NAIROBI, KENYA

Waldron is seeking a Vice President - Lending and Portfolio Management, East Africa. The Organization: Founded in 1994, Global Partnerships (GP) is a nonprofit leader in the emerging field of social impact investing. Based in Seattle, Washington with an office in Managua, Nicaragua, GP invests in cooperatives and microfinance institutions that can deliver impactful, sustainable programs in healthcare, rural livelihoods, micro- entrepreneurship, women's empowerment, and green technology. Today GP has more than $41.3 million invested in 35 partners in nine Latin American countries, expanding opportunities and positively affecting the lives with more than 390,000 microloans funded for people living in poverty. The Position: The Vice President - Lending and Portfolio Management is a newly created role to head up Global Partnership's expansion into East Africa. It will be based out of GP's future office in Nairobi, Kenya. Reporting directly to the Chief Investment & Operating Officer (CIOO), the VP collaborates with GP's executive leadership on broader planning and strategy functions, and contributes to cultivating a spirit of teamwork and cooperation across the entire organization. The Vice President is responsible for overseeing loan origination, portfolio management, and loan underperformance or workouts across East Africa. REQUIRES: The ideal candidate will have a genuine interest in the organization's mission and the emerging field of impact investing, and be motivated to help capital markets evolve to drive global, social impact. The VP must be a resourceful and hands- on leader of a start-up operation, and know how to remain focused in a results-oriented environment. This position requires precise and critical thinking, and an ability to understand a variety of successful business models. The VP must know how to incorporate financials and other business data into rigorous, evidence-backed recommendations. We're seeking candidates who bring a unique combination of outstanding interpersonal skills along with the analytical prowess to manage a significant investment portfolio. TO APPLY: For more information, please see the full Position Profile: http://waldronhr.com/images/stories/Position_Specifications/gp_vp.pdf. Global Partnerships is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

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GLOBAL HR GENERALIST
NAIROBI, KENYA

CARE is seeking a talented Global HR Generalist who is responsible for supporting our international operations and/or US based departments through the provision of policy advice/ guidance and technical assistance on all aspects of human resources, recruitment, performance management, and employee relations. S/he will also act as first contact for all employment issues, do troubleshooting and work in partnership with other units in HR to provide timely response and proactive advice to clients. Where applicable, the Generalist will also be a part of the regional HR network. S/he will provide back up to the other Generalist as needed. Conduct HR training for staff as necessary. This also includes championing Gender Equity and Diversity (GED) initiatives and goals in our HR practices. Expected Travel: up to 40%; Language Requirement: English; Employee Duration: Active Full-Time; Type of Post: Accompanied - Family; Funding: Approved. Primary Responsibilities: Recruitment, Performance and Talent Management, Employee relations, Local HR capacity, Perform other duties as assigned. PRIMARY SKILLS: University degree in Business Administration (with an emphasis on Human Resources) or Social Sciences. 3-5 years relevant experience with at least three in Human Resources. Training experience. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, HRIS, applicant tracking & performance management systems. Willingness to travel - up to 40%. Comprehensive understanding of the link between HR and business strategy. Significant knowledge of HR policies and practices. Work remote and on a virtual team. Effective team player. Strong consulting and interpersonal skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to facilitate both large and small groups and deal effectively with staff at all levels. Strong negotiation and persuasion skills. TO APPLY: apply online at http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH05/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CAREUSA&cws=1&rid=2 505. Our diversity is our strength; we encourage people from all backgrounds and experiences, particularly women, to apply. CARE USA is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

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SENIOR PAYROLL/STAFF ACCOUNTANT
WASHINGTON, DC

Pact is seeking a Senior Payroll/ Staff Accountant in Washington, DC. 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. The General Accounting/ Global Treasury Department, a unit of Financial Services under the Office of the CFO contributes to realizing this purpose by: Forging smart partnerships and treating all people with dignity and respect; Applying organizational policies and regulatory compliance appropriately and consistently; Facilitating team spirit among colleagues and promoting the organization through communications; Influencing decision makers through focused, relevant communications; Continually striving to learn and share knowledge and find small ways to make the workplace more enjoyable for all; Cultivating and harvesting innovation; Contributing to the organization's ability to think and act strategically at all times; Inspiring and spreading our desired organizational culture across the global enterprise. Position Purpose: Reporting to the Accounting Manager, the Senior Payroll/ Staff Accountant is responsible for assuring the timely and accurate processing of payroll for domestic and expatriate employees. The Senior Payroll/ Staff Accountant will perform high level accounting and payroll duties, ensuring compliance with established procedures. S/he will support the needs of a rapidly growing company as the payroll subject matter expert and as an integral member of the Pact General Accounting team. This position also supports various A/P and G/L management duties. Partnering closely with Pact's Global Human Resources and Finance teams, this position works to improve efficiencies by implementing best practices while ensuring regulatory compliance and building excellent cross-functional relationships. Key Responsibilities: Ensure timely and accurate payroll processing for both US and expatriate employees by managing and reviewing semi-monthly/ monthly payrolls. Ensure compliance with statutory regulations, company policy, and internal SOX controls. Act as a business partner to the Global Human Resources team, providing guidance and support in the implementation of corporate initiatives. Act as the system administrator to payroll and timekeeping applications, such as PayExpert and Unanet, to ensure system performance, security and data integrity. Maintain validation tables; create ad hoc and routine reports using the report writing software. Provide ADP and Unanet system support pertaining to user access. Manage new system implementations related to payroll process. Perform user testing. Manage and coordinate expatriate employees' tax and immigration related matters in both host and guest countries. Respond to tax notices, wage orders, and governmental correspondences. Support various internal and external audits. Review and prepare for sign off quarterly and annual payroll tax filings. Review and reconcile quarterly payroll tax report (941). Responsible for the generation and posting of payroll related journal entries, performing account reconciliations of key payroll accounts and supporting month end close activities. Perform other AP and General ledger functions as assigned. Ad-hoc reporting and special projects as required by senior management. Basic REQUIREMENTS: BA/BS degree. Minimum of 4 years of payroll experience or comparable experience. Advanced knowledge of Excel and Budgeting. Proficient in MS Office Suite. Experience with financial management in nonprofit environments. Excellent problem solving and analytical skills, including the ability to research, analyze and reconcile data. Strong, concise written and oral communications skills. Excellent analytical skills and attention to details. Ability to meet deadlines, multi-task and adapt to frequently changing priorities and work independently. Outstanding skill at working collaboratively with all levels of employees, management and third parties. Respect for maintaining confidentiality of sensitive data. Preferred Qualifications: Six years of experience managing the end to end payroll process, preferably for a non-profit with multiple international locations 200-500 employees. CPP Certification desired but not required. Experience managing expatriate payrolls and related expatriate allowances. Knowledge of multi-state tax and wage & hour laws. General knowledge of human resources, benefit administration and reporting principles and practices. Working experience using a web-based payroll and HRIS application, preferably ADP. Experience working with AP and General Ledger functions. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 14-0119. 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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FINANCE OFFICER, INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS
WASHINGTON, DC

Plan International USA is seeking a Finance Officer who will be responsible for the financial management of the U.S. Government projects, as well as grants from other sources, such as Foundations, Corporations, and Multilateral Organizations. This position is responsible for ensuring accurate project financial tracking, recording and reporting to donors, and compliance with the organizational policies and donor requirements. The Finance Officer works closely with the Program Managers on all budget, finance and compliance matters such as forecasts, budget realignments, pipeline analysis, financial reports review, etc. The Finance Officer will play a key role in establishing necessary financial procedures and reinforcing internal controls. S/he will provide training and ongoing support to Plan USA staff and Country Offices in understanding donor financial compliance, identifying financial risks, and other best practices related to project financial management. This position is based in Washington, DC. Main Responsibilities of the Job: Financial Reporting: Prepares financial reports for assigned U.S. Government grants (including but not limited to Standard Form 425) and for grants where Plan USA is a sub-recipient of federal funds. Creates financial reporting templates and trains field office staff in their use. Requests and monitors receipt of monthly financial reports from Country Offices, Regional Offices, Plan USA and Plan's International Headquarters. Reconciles monthly field reports with the Grants Tracking System (GTS) and the General Ledger including the reconciliation of unliquidated advances. Prepares any required ad hoc reports for donors, e.g. prime requests for financial information, USAID mission requests for financial information, pipeline analysis, etc. Prepares and maintains internal documents to support donor financial reports. Reviews all project financial documentation for compliance, e.g. costs charged to grants and contracts including travel expense reports, consultant agreements, personnel allocation (time sheets), etc. Maintains up-to-date grant and contract files and assures appropriate documents are available, e.g. pre-approvals, agreements, sub- agreements, modifications, correspondences with the donors, etc. Financial Management: Works collaboratively with Program Managers to review and oversee project budgets, forecasts, and financial reports for donors and actively contribute to the project risk reviews. Monitors project "burn rate" against the total award budget and against the work plan budget. Discusses project financial performance with the Program Manager. Assures appropriate explanations for variances on budget versus expenditure reports and notifies the Program Manager/ Officer of any financial issues. Keeps track of Plan USA project covered costs in the donor budget to maximize cost recovery in accordance with the donor rules. Works closely with the field to resolve any financial related issues and follows up on open points to ensure they are resolved. Maintains up- to-date, accurate financial records on all grants in the field which credit Plan USA for revenue. Ensures the completion of financial closeout process for grants and contracts. Supports the Program Manager and field office staff on the project budget management throughout the life of the projects. Works with the Country Office and the Program Manager on budget realignments and modifications. Ensures timely submission to the donor/ prime. Monitors the status of the Obligation balance and works with the Program Manager and the Director of Compliance on requesting additional Obligations timely. Travels to the Country Office to provide support in preparation for audits and any other financial support necessary. Reviews internal and external audit reports and recommends solutions to audit findings. Assists Program Managers with the revenue projections for the organizational budget. Assists the project team in negotiations with the donor. Training: Actively contributes to the design and delivery of financial management training for the program staff at Plan USA. Supports field finance staff in the areas of fiscal management and financial reporting on assigned U.S. Government grants and contracts and other assigned grants. Participates in start-up workshops for new projects. Liaises with the Program Manager to identify field staff training needs to increase their capacity to manage U.S. Government funds. Other: Performs other duties as assigned by Supervisor or other tasks coordinated through Supervisor for other members of Management. QUALIFICATIONS Needed to Be Successful in the Job: A demonstrated commitment to the mission of Plan. Skills, Knowledge, Abilities: Ability to work with minimal direction and to initiate activities and identify organizational needs related to responsibilities. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to maintain effective and satisfactory working relationships with people from diverse cultures across all levels of the organization. Superior analytical skills, attention to detail, and strong work ethics. Ability to maintain confidentiality of financial and other sensitive information. Capacity to work under pressure, prioritize multiple tasks, and meet inflexible deadlines. Familiarity with U.S. Government rules and regulations, particularly USAID Regulation 22 CFR 226, 22 CFR 228, the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), AIDAR, and 2 CFR 230 (formerly OMB Circular A-122), and A- 133. Proficiency in computer software particularly Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Access, Word and accounting software packages. Thorough knowledge of and experience with financial reporting, especially with regard to U.S. Government. Knowledge of U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and financial accounting standards. Working knowledge of French is desirable. Previous experience working with field staff preferred. Positive attitude, desire to be a part of a diverse team, and commitment to Plan USA's mission. Education and Experience: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting/ Finance or related field. Master's degree is preferred. 5+ years of strong experience in accounting and financial management of U.S. government funding (e.g., USAID, DOS, DOL) and other donors' budget and regulatory compliance. Not-for-profit accounting experience. Field experience desirable. Physical and Mental Demands: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Work Environment: Typical office environment. Travel will be required up to 40% annually. TO APPLY: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume through our website, www.planusa.org/jobopps .Closing date for applications is November 30, 2014.

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