OPEN TO: All Interested Candidates/All Sources
POSITION: Program Management Specialist (Environmental Remediation)
OPENING DATE: March 14, 2017
CLOSING DATE: March 28, 2017
WORK HOURS: Full-time, 40 hours/week
ANNUAL SALARY: Ordinarily Resident (OR): FSN-10; US$19,808(Starting Salary)
Not-Ordinarily Resident (NOR): FP-5; US$59,387(Starting Salary)
*Final grade/step for NORs will be determined by Washington.
ALL ORDINARILY RESIDENT (OR) APPLICANTS (See Appendix for definition) MUST HAVE THE REQUIRED WORK AND/OR RESIDENCY PERMITS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION.
The U.S. Mission in Hanoi, Vietnam is seeking eligible and qualified applicant for the position of Program Management Specialist (Environmental Remediation) in the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
NOTE: Due to the high volume of applications received, we will only contact applicants who are qualified and will be invited for further testing and/or interview. Thank you for your understanding.
BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION
Incumbent of this position will report directly to the Environmental Remediation Advisor (ERA), the Team/Unit Leader of USAID’s Agent Orange/Environmental Remediation activities in Vietnam, and/or the General Development Officer within ESDO. He/she will assist the ERA(s) and support other key parts of the environmental portfolio. The incumbent will help to coordinate remediation activities with the Mission’s disabilities activities. He/she will serve as an environmental remediation specialist and provide expert advice to ESDO, senior Mission management, other programs in the Mission, and the Embassy, on remediation issues and other designated environmental activities, such as climate change, biodiversity, clean energy, water resources and waste management. The incumbent will counsel Mission and Embassy staff on the legal, policy and technical aspects of environmental remediation and the integration of these aspects with Mission objectives. He/she will also develop and maintain productive working relationships with the host country government at both national and provincial levels, as well as contacts within USAID, other USG agencies, the Embassy, other international development agencies, donors, NGOs, and private sector firms.
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Last updated: March 14, 2017