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US Agency for International Development

Program Analyst, GS-0343-14


Announcement Number:
AID-11-0278-DWH
Application Deadline:
07/01/2011
Job Location:
Washington, Dist of Columbia
Open Date:
06/17/2011
Salary Range:
105211.0
136771.0
Location Notes:
Pay Schedule:
Annual
Who May Apply:
US Citizens
Time Limit:
Permanent - No time limit
Promotion Potential:
14
Number of Vacancies:
1
Work Schedule:
Full Time




Agency Marketing Statement:


Notes:

  • USAID is creating a workplace environment where every employee is valued and accepted, where management practices are inclusive rather than exclusive, and where differences are not only accepted but utilized to strengthen Agency performance.

    Applicants must meet all of the specialized qualification requirements in order to receive consideration for this position. Demonstration of work supporting the specialized qualifications MUST be documented and reflected in your work history within the body of your profile or resume in order to receive consideration.

    Can you picture yourself working for a Government Agency that has a long history of extending a helping hand to people overseas struggling to make a better life, recover from a disaster or striving to live a free and democratic country? If you are an energetic individual who is interested in making a positive change in the world, you can do that here! The time is now for you to help make a difference! USAID is creating a workplace environment where every employee is valued and accepted, where management practices are inclusive rather than exclusive, and where differences are not only accepted but utilized to strengthen Agency performance. Applicants must meet all of the specialized qualification requirements in order to receive consideration for this position. Demonstration of work supporting the specialized qualifications MUST be documented and reflected in your work history within the body of your profile or resume in order to receive consideration. For applicants who are current or former Federal Employees the required documents that must be received by the close date of this announcement are (please electronically attach them to your application): SF50 for proof of Career/Career Conditional Federal appointment Notification of Personnel Action, SF-50, or equivalent showing your full performance level or career ladder. Your SF 50 MUST verify current grade, promotion potential, reinstatement eligibility or highest federal civilian grade. Please DO NOT send Awards or Pay Adjustment SF-50s. If you are requesting Veteran's Preference the following documents must be attached to your application. Veterans Preference proof documents (i.e. DD214, official letter from DoD, SF15 DoD disability letter). Please electronically attach these documents directly to your application or fax to 253-573-9869.

    This vacancy announcement maybe used to fill more than one vacancy.

    Status applicants who wish to be considered under Merit Promotion procedures may also apply under vacancy announcement number 11-0278-DWH.

    This position is located in Democracy Conflict, and Humanitarian Assistance, Conflict Management and Mitigation, (DCHA/CMM).

Duties:

  • The incumbent directs the Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation technical leadership activities including research, gathering of best practices and development of technical publications. This includes supporting agency-wide activities within the development assistance area by reviewing and analyzing data; developing strategies, analytical models, and methodologies; and providing assistance and advice on sectoral issues.

  • Plans, schedules, and conducts projects and studies to evaluate and recommend ways to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of program or project operations. These projects and studies seek to identify the cutting edge in development approaches to assessing and responding to the causes and consequences of violent conflict, making them available to USAID and USG personnel, other donors, implementing partners, the Congress, the private sector, think-tanks, academia and the public at large.

  • Analyzes and evaluates, on a quantitative or qualitative basis, the effectiveness of programs or operations in meeting established goals, measures, and objectives. Applies financial principles, theories, and concepts to the management of funding to address problems in attaining program management goals. Implements overall system improvements in the financial management of funds. Proposes changes in program scope and provides advice on the interpretation and application of existing policies and procedures for the funds.



Contact Information:

Dorothy Hawkins
202-712-1564
dohawkins@usaid.gov
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