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April 30, 2015

Bangladesh Vacancy Announcement 15-035 – Financial Analyst, FSN-11

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Bangladesh is seeking applications from qualified Bangladeshi nationals for the position of Financial Analyst in the Office Financial Management.

The Financial Analyst (FA) is responsible for analyzing and advising on the complex financial aspects of implementing and evaluating USAID projects in Bangladesh. The FA conducts financial and operational analysis of various aspects of the internal operations of USAID/Bangladesh and the grantees/contractors.  The FA is assigned to one or more technical team portfolios of projects and is responsible for performing all the above functions for his/her portfolios.  Implements of the Mission’s Audit Management and Resolution Program. Also, implements the FMFIA review on behalf of the Mission’s Management Control Review Committee (MCRC).  Serves as Acting Supervisory Financial Analyst or Chief Accountant as necessary.

  

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June 15, 2014

Bangladesh Vacancy Announcement 14-035 – Chauffeur

Image of family at Smiling Sun health clinic in Dhaka, Bangladesh
June 10, 2014

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID) have joined together to make quality healthcare more widely available for poor families through the Smiling Sun network of health clinics. 

June 4, 2014

Bangladesh Vacancy Announcement 14-AID-001 – Project Management Specialist (Environment & M&E)

May 22, 2014

Bangladesh Vacancy Announcement - Senior Agriculture Development Advisor, GS-14

April 23, 2014

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the building collapse at Rana Plaza in Dhaka, Bangladesh that claimed over 1,100 lives and injured thousands more – the worst industrial disaster in the history of the garment industry. Like the Triangle Shirtwaist disaster in the United States over one hundred years ago, Rana Plaza, and the Tazreen factory fire that preceded it in November 2012, have become potent symbols of the significant and unnecessary risks that many workers are still forced to take in order to earn a living and support their families. As we mourn the victims, we are again called to action so that tragedies like Rana Plaza and Tazreen never happen again.

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Last updated: May 01, 2015

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