2017-34 – Senior Program Specialist, FSN-12

Bangladesh Vacancy Announcement 2017-34 – Senior Program Specialist, FSN-12

The Senior Program Specialist (SPS) occupies a key position in the Program Office. As the most senior Foreign Service National (FSN) in the office, s/he is expected to serve a leadership role in the Program Office and the Mission at large. S/he may be called upon to serve as the Acting Program Office Budget Team Leader. S/he is responsible for day-to-day coordination, oversight, and direction for the full range of Program Office functions and as such, will serve as a primary source of authoritative advice, guidance and analysis to support planning, design, and implementation of the USAID assistance program in Bangladesh. S/he works closely with all of the Mission’s technical offices and support offices to ensure smooth program implementation. In addition, s/he must interact and work with counterparts in other US Government Agencies with representatives at post to coordinate program planning, implementation, and reporting. Primary areas of responsibility include: liaison with high level host-country government counter-parts; Mission-wide program budget management and coordination; Mission-wide project development, design, and monitoring as well as implementation and oversight of local currency resources. The incumbent is expected to have a broad understanding of all activities undertaken by USAID/Bangladesh and to be familiar with USG and Agency policies and procedures, particularly as they relate to US development assistance.  In addition, the incumbent must have in-depth of knowledge as related to post policies and procedures and corresponding GOB policies and procedures. 

Applications for Employment:

Application Form AID-302-3

Note: We appreciate your interest in USAID. However, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Additionally, only candidates that are interviewed will be notified if the position is filled.

 

Issuing Country 
Date 
Tuesday, June 6, 2017 - 2:30am

Last updated: June 22, 2017