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Bangladesh Vacancy Announcement 72038819R10026 – Project Management Specialist (Environment), FSN-11

Bangladesh Vacancy Announcement 72038819R10026 – Project Management Specialist (Environment), FSN-11

The Project Management Specialist (Environment) is a member of EGO senior leadership, providing expert leadership and technical guidance for all environment and climate related activities, and cross-sectoral development programming in communities impacted by the Rohingya crisis.  The incumbent serves as the senior technical advisor to USAID Mission Management and the U.S. Embassy on all matters pertaining to programs, projects, or activities contributing to the EGO response to the Rohingya humanitarian crisis in Cox’s Bazar, biodiversity conservation, combating wildlife crime, and climate resilience.  The Project Management Specialist (Environment) serves as the technical lead for these activities and advises USG Senior Management, including the USAID Mission Director, the U.S. Ambassador, other USAID and Embassy personnel and senor representatives from other donor governments.  The Project Management Specialist (Environment) will be responsible for leading coordination with other USAID technical offices and assisting in the formulation of the USAID development response in communities impacted by the Rohingya crisis.  The Project Management Specialist (Environment)  leads activity design and implementation, as well as ensuring coordination with other USAID activities and activities funded by other donors.  The Project Management Specialist (Environment) will frequently represent USAID in negotiations with the Government of Bangladesh (GOB) and other donor agencies.  The Project Management Specialist (Environment)  must be able to work independently and provide guidance to more junior members of the Environment Team. The primary roles of the position are to: 1) lead implementation and coordination of environment and climate activities with the GOB, other USG agencies, and other donors in communities impacted by the Rohingya crisis; 2) serve as AOR/COR for multiple, high profile activities that support USAID’s response to the Rohingya crisis, Indo-Pacific Strategy (IPS), and Congressional Earmarks such as the Biodiversity Conservation Earmark and Combating Wildlife Crime; 3) Mentor junior Environment team members.

For a complete job description, required qualifications and detailed information on how to apply please visit USAID/Bangladesh website: http://www.usaid.gov/bangladesh/work-with-us/careers and www.bdjobs.com

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.

Last updated: September 10, 2019

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