OPEN TO: All Interested Candidates
POSITION: Project Management Specialist (Climate Change/Clean Energy), FSN-11
OPENING DATE: May 21, 2014
CLOSING DATE: June 4, 2014
WORK HOURS: Full-time, 40 hours/week
ANNUAL SALARY: *Ordinarily Resident: US$22,127 (Starting salary)
LENGTH OF HIRE: Long-term. Actual filling of the position is contingent upon the availability of funds
U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Hanoi is seeking an individual for employment for the position of Project Management Specialist (Climate Change / Clean Energy) in the Environment and Social Development Office (ESDO) in Hanoi.
NOTE: ALL APPLICANTS WHO ARE NOT FAMILY MEMBERS OF U.S. GOVERNMENT AGENCIES OR OFFICES UNDER/NOT UNDER CHIEF OF MISSION’S AUTHORITY MUST HAVE REQUIRED WORK AND RESIDENCY PERMITS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION.
BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION
Incumbent of this position will be at the level of performing difficult and complex analysis and following through to involve the full scope of the professional and technical areas, including serving as a high-level advisor and the Contracting Officer’s Representative/Agreement Officer’s Representative (COR/AOR) and/or alternate COR/AOR. Demands will be heavy in terms of initiative, resourcefulness, and sound judgment. The incumbent will be called upon for originality of ideas and creative thinking in dealing with problems or matters for which there is little precedent, and usually require that the employee be able to interrelate the pertinent subject matter with a broader spectrum. The incumbent will also serve as one of four Locally Employed professionals in ESDO, and work closely with key parts of ESDO’s environment portfolio, such as the Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA) and Washington DC global Climate Change and Clean Energy projects. In addition, the incumbent will serve as the Clean Energy specialist when relating to Vietnam-specific realities and experience and provide expert advice to ESDO, Mission management, other programs in the Mission, and the Embassy on clean energy issues.
Last updated: May 21, 2014