USAID-2019-07: Project Management Specialist (Education), FSN-10

Solicitation for a Cooperating Country Personal Service Contractor (CCN PSC) under Local Compensation Plan, Project Management Specialist (Education), FSN-10

The USAID Project Management Specialist is located in the Office of Education, USAID/Philippines. The Specialist has a wide range of responsibilities that cover the full program cycle (from conceptualization, development, management, monitoring and evaluation, and close-out of projects), research, outreach and communications, and representation. The incumbent reports to the USAID Project Management Specialist (Team Lead). S/He provides assistance to the Deputy Office Director and to the Office Director in the overall administration and management of education sector activities. S/He has interactions with the highest levels of USAID Management, other U.S. Government (USG) officials at the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines, as well as with a wide variety of external counterparts including Philippine government officials and other international donors. S/He also participates in the design, implementation, and evaluation of education projects. At the direction of the Education Deputy or Office Director, the incumbent is responsible for the development, implementation, and/or coordination of special activities within the Education Development Objective team’s purview. S/He provides technical guidance in the development of the Mission’s education portfolio by providing inputs in the development of the Mission’s country strategy, development objectives, projects, and activities. S/He participates in the development of activities that will contribute to achieving the Mission’s Development Objectives in education within the context of USAID’s Global Education Strategy, the Bilateral Assistance Agreement for Education Programs and the Partnership for Growth Agreement between the U.S. and Philippine governments, and other high-level policy guidance on USG education programming for the Philippines.

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  • USAID reserves the right to reject any and all applicants.
  • Only short-listed applicants will be notified.
  • To be a competitive candidate, the applicant must meet the minimum requirement of each of the Evaluation and Selection Factors, as discussed in part II.
  • Only applications received within the specified solicitation period will be considered. [03 February 2019 (12:00AM) - 15 February 2019 (11:59PM)]


  1. Interested applicants are required to submit an application letter and a comprehensive resume.
  2. Applications must be received by 15 February 2019 / 11:59PM (Manila Time), and submitted via email to
  3. All applicants are requested to prominently indicate the following:
    1. solicitation number (Solicitation No.: USAID-2019-07) in the subject line of their email submission;
    2. source of the vacancy announcement (e.g. name of newspaper, website, social media)
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Last updated: February 01, 2019