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January 9, 2018

The Secretary (Rover) position is assigned to the USAID India, Executive Office, Human Resources Division (EXO/HR). The executive office is primarily responsible for the administrative management for the Mission, including personnel management and training, travel, communications and records, informationa resource management, and general services. The incumbent will serve as a Roving Secretary, who provides back-up support for various offices in the USAID/India Mission.

December 27, 2017

ROAA & RFMO Readout – December 2017

December 18, 2017
The position is located in USAID/India's Health Office. The incumbent will be primarily focused on Infectious Diseases Prevention and Control (IDPC); specifically, HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis. Periodically, s/he would be expected to serve as a back-up to cover other areas of the Health Portfolio related to the Global Health Security Agenda and beyond infectious diseases providing coverage for maternal and child health and activities related to health systems strengthening.
December 12, 2017

The Human Resources Assistant serves in the USAID/India Executive Office (EXO), reporting to the Human Resources Specialist and performing a variety of personnel functions related to Foreign Service National (FSN)/Personal Service Contractor (PSC), US Personal Service Contractor (USPSC), and US Direct Hire (USDH) employment with the Mission. The HR Assistant will assist in position classification and recruitment; check-in and orientation; preparation of contracts and personnel actions; preparing travel authorizations; administering benefits, awards, trainings and performance management; preparing documents for issuance of diplomatic identity cards, visas and special permits; processing exit/check-out and managing HR database and records.

December 6, 2017

This notice is to inform you about the latest revision in the Standard Provisions of the award for Non-U.S. Nongovernmental Organizations that is a mandate in administering an award. The revision is to update the Standard Provision, “ACCOUNTING, AUDIT, AND RECORDS” to conform to the increased audit threshold of $750,000 or more for foreign nonprofit organizations, host governments, and subrecipients, established in ADS Chapter 591, Financial Audits of USAID Contractors, Recipients, and Host Country Entities.

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