[Intstuds10] ICEW - International Program Administration & Foreign Language Support Jobs - July 1st, 2011

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International Program Administration &
Foreign Language Support Jobs 


Issue Dated July 1, 2011

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FINANCE DIRECTOR, UMCOR SUDAN

KHARTOUM, SUDAN

 

UMCOR NGO seeks candidates for a Finance Director (FD) for a country office in 

Khartoum, Sudan. The mission's purpose is to undertake emergency and transitional 

development. The Finance Director's primary responsibility is to provide overall 

financial leadership for the Sudan.  ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The Financial 

Director's primary responsibility is to provide overall financial leadership for the Sudan 

mission.  The Finance Director for UMCOR Sudan is accountable and reports to the 

UMCOR Treasurer, through the Comptroller of UMCOR-NGO while also amenable to 

the Head of Mission for Sudan.  Primary Responsibilities: FINANCE: Generate and 

maintain all budgets for various donors.  Ensure budgets are spent according to donor 

requirements.  Prepare realignments, and final financial reports to donors.  Oversee and 

approve all payments by cash and wire transfer.  Maintain proper cash controls, and 

review all bank reconciliation.  Generate monthly financial statements and send it to HQ 

on a timely basis.  Ensure finance department and UMCOR Sudan meet GAAP 

standards, and all donor requirements related to finance. Review policies and 

procedures, and recommend revision as necessary.  Prepare and allocate payroll and 

fringe benefits for international and national staff.  Oversee the tracking of project 

contracts and payments.  Track all expenses by donor, and office.  Travel to field offices 

for financial monitoring.  Work with external auditors and prepare all reports, 

representation letter, and management letter response.  Analyze and project estimated 

expenses by office.  Ensure all offices and staff have adequate coverage in budgets.  

Oversee cash flow projections.  Oversee cash requests to individual offices, and 

preparation of cash request for HQ.  Participate in Senior Management Team.  

Contribute to policies decisions, and decisions related to overall goals of UMCOR 

Sudan.  Provide training to Finance staff, and assist in staff developing necessary skills 

to make them eligible for advancement.  PROCUREMENT: Oversee procurement 

department and maintenance of centralized procurement activities.  Review and oversee 

update of procurement procedures.  Ensure all staff is following, and using uniform 

contracts, invitations to bid, and other related forms.  Monitor bid selection process.  

Participate in bid selection committee.  Oversee maintenance of all vehicles and 

equipment.  Ensure records are accurate and updated.  Inventories are performed on 

periodic basis.  Oversee safeguarding of all assets.  OTHER: Perform any other tasks as 

directed by the Treasurer of UMCOR.  QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in 

Accounting is required; five plus years' experience in accounting including preparation 

of complete financial statements (balance sheet and income statement) is required; 

Written and oral communication skills in English required.  Working knowledge of 

GAAP, GAAS, and audit preparation as well as familiarity with U.S. Government and 

other institutional donor compliance issues is an asset; Ability to use AccPac software is 

helpful.  Must possess functional and generalist expertise as well as strong 

interpersonal, organizational, analytical, and computer-related skills.  Prior experience 

with NGO in the region highly desirable.  TO APPLY: Submit your cover letter and 

resume through our website at http://jobs-

umcor.icims.com/umcor_jobs/jobs/candidate/job.jsp?jobid=1323&mode=view.  

Applications received by  June 30, 2011 will receive first review.  Only candidates 

selected for an interview will be contacted.  No phone calls please.  This position will 

remain open until filled.  We appreciate your interest in the United Methodist 

Committee on Relief.  The United Methodist Committee on Relief, NGO is an Equal 

Opportunity Employer.

 

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SUBAWARD COMPLIANCE OFFICER

PORTLAND, OR

 

Mercy Corps is seeking a Subaward Compliance Officer.  The Finance Training and 

Compliance Department (FTC) provides support to Mercy Corps' field operations in the 

areas of finance training, finance systems and processes, compliance with internal 

policies and procedures, and compliance with donor regulations.  Our mission is to 

increase the level of knowledge and the availability of tools and resources to promote 

the highest possible standards of financial accountability, transparency, efficiency and 

donor compliance.  The Subaward Compliance Officer will provide support in the areas 

of donor regulations compliance, and in particular subaward compliance, to Mercy 

Corps' field and HQ operations, including financial, program and administrative staff, 

to increase the level of knowledge and promote compliance with donor regulations.  

The Subaward Compliance Officer serves as primary support for the subaward 

administration and compliance function.  ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Subaward 

Systems and Processes: With review and input from Mercy Corps' Legal, Finance and 

Program Departments, develop and maintain subaward agreement and modification 

templates for use with Mercy Corps' prime donor awards.  Ensure the timely update of 

these templates for all new donor regulations and administrative requirements as well as 

new Mercy Corps policies or requirements.  Provide guidance to country programs, 

International Finance (IF) and Program Operations (POps) on the appropriate use of 

subawards versus contracts or consulting agreements.  Advise the New Initiatives team 

or other proposal developers on the usage and implications of various partnering 

mechanisms in support of proposal development.  Develop and maintain a set of 

USAID-compliant Small Grant and Fixed Obligation Grant templates.  Advise country 

programs on the appropriate usage of these mechanisms and monitor compliance with 

established policies and procedures related to these mechanisms.  Ensure the completion 

of the Pre-award Assessment of Financial Responsibility, certifications and other pre-

award compliance checks for subawards in accordance with established procedures. 

Monitor compliance with Mercy Corps' ineligibility and compliance checking 

procedures (IC&C) for subawards and subrecipients.  In coordination with field and HQ 

staff, draft and negotiate subaward agreements and modifications based on agreed 

procedures. Ensure subaward agreements include all relevant prime award clauses and 

flow down all relevant prime donor regulations.  Review and confirm any proposed 

special award conditions with the country program prior to agreement finalization. 

Ensure that any new terms and conditions incorporated by modification into Mercy 

Corps' prime awards are flowed down by modification into subawards.  Set up or 

review the setup of new subawards in Mercy Corps' financial system (Serenic 

Navigator) to ensure the completeness and accuracy of the master subaward data, 

including all terms and conditions, milestones and certifications.  Develop and maintain 

any short term tracking systems needed for this data until the Serenic Navigator roll-out 

is complete for all country programs.  Ensure the completeness and appropriateness of 

subaward monitoring plans.  When necessary, advise the field on appropriate levels of 

monitoring and assist in the development of these plans.  Perform regular desk reviews 

of the implementation of these plans to ensure that monitoring is performed in a timely 

manner and adequately documented.  Assist with drafting Notices of Corrective Action 

as needed.  Develop and maintain subaward monitoring tools and templates.  Develop 

and maintain a system for compliance with FFATA reporting.  Collect and review data 

and ensure the timely and accurate submission of all required FFATA reports.  Develop 

and maintain written guidance related to FFATA and develop any tools or templates 

necessary for data collection, reporting or compliance.  Maintain a system for the 

collection and review of US subawardees' A-133 audit reports.  Advise country 

programs on foreign subrecipient audit requirements, assist in the preparation of audit 

scopes of work, and monitor the timely completion of these audits. Monitor and advise 

country programs on other donor specific audit requirements. Based on agreed threshold 

levels, collect and review audit reports for findings and follow up with the field on 

management decisions and resolution of questioned costs.  Manage the close-out 

process for subawards to US organizations, ensuring that all compliance requirements 

have been met and that the subaward archive is complete.  Monitor the close-out 

process for subawards to non-US organizations and perform desk audits of subaward 

archives to ensure compliance with established policies and procedures.  In coordination 

with International Finance and HQ Accounting, assist with the preparation of subaward 

and other project level data required for 990 reporting.  Stay up to date on new or 

changed donor regulations and other compliance requirements. Inform affected staff 

and update subaward documents and tools as needed for new or changed donor 

requirements.  Assist with the development and maintenance of the Field Finance 

Manual section related subawarding.  Develop and maintain all tools and templates 

related to the financial and regulatory aspects of subaward administration to help 

support and improve compliance with policies and procedures.  Donor Compliance: In 

coordination with the Director, FTC and the Compliance Officer, act as a resource for 

and provide support to the International Finance team, POps and the field in reviewing 

grant agreements and other compliance-related documents. Be available to answer 

and/or research compliance related questions from International Finance, POps, TSU 

and field teams.  As assigned, assist with or lead compliance related special projects, 

such as the researching of new donor requirements, supporting donor inquiries or 

responses, or developing compliance systems.  As assigned, assist with or lead audit 

responses related to compliance or subawarding issues in coordination with the FTC, 

Legal and International Finance teams.  Deploy to the field to assist in the gathering of 

documentation or to support in-country audits as needed.  Assist with delivering finance 

training conferences and/or programs as assigned, including assistance with USG rules 

and regs trainings, periodic webinars, regional finance conferences and the Worldwide 

Finance Conference.  Other: As coordinated with International Finance and the field, 

and as time allows, visit country offices to provide specialized training, subaward 

compliance support and temporary duty assignments.  Assist the Finance Training 

Officer with the development of user guides and training materials for Mercy Corps 

financial software as they relate to subaward administration.  Other duties as assigned or 

requested.  Accountability: Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all 

efforts towards accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international 

standards guiding international relief and development work while actively engaging 

beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of 

our field projects.  Organizational Learning: As part of our commitment to 

organizational learning and in support of our understanding that learning organizations 

are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities they serve - we expect all 

team members to commit 5% of their time to learning activities that benefit Mercy 

Corps as well as themselves.  Supervisory responsibility: None; Reports directly to: 

Director of Finance Training and Compliance; Works directly with: Field personnel, 

including Country Finance Managers, Country Directors and Program Managers; 

International Finance; Program Operations; Internal Audit; PALM Unit; and HQ 

Accounting.  QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires a BA/S or equivalent in 

finance or a relevant field.  4-6 years of progressive grant management experience in a 

medium to large international organization, including responsibility for grant 

management, compliance systems, and subaward administration, is required.  Expert 

knowledge of the rules and regulations governing the management of US Government 

grants (particularly USAID, DOS and USDA) and other donor-funded grants is 

required.  Demonstrated experience and understanding of generally accepted accounting 

principles, financial reporting, accounting systems, budget development and 

administration is required.  Effective verbal and written communication, analytical, 

organizational and prioritization skills as well as presentation skills are necessary. 

Employment overseas and experience working for an NGO with high levels of USAID 

funding is preferred.  Experience with USAID contracts, FAR and AIDAR compliance 

is highly desirable.  SUCCESS FACTORS: Proven ability to successfully communicate 

concepts, procedures and objectives and initiate and maintain positive relationships with 

field staff, program staff and donor agencies is necessary.  The ability to read, 

understand and interpret detailed award terms and conditions as well as maintain a 

detailed knowledge of the regulations will be a critical success factor.  A high level of 

attention to detail in all aspects of his/her work is a necessity.  The SCO must be able to 

conduct his/herself with a high degree of integrity and objectivity while also working 

towards an overall objective of positively promoting compliance.  Having the Subaward 

Compliance Officer based in Portland, OR is strongly preferred however a DC based 

staff person will also be given consideration.  Some travel (up to approximately 25%) 

may be required to field locations, including program locations that may include 

insecure or harsh environments.  Mercy Corps Team members represent the agency 

both during and outside of work hours when deployed in a field posting or on a 

visit/TDY to a field posting.  Staff are expected to conduct themselves in a professional 

manner and respect local laws, customs and MC's policies, procedures, and values at all 

times and in all in-country venues.  TO APPLY: Please apply at 

http://www.mercycorps.org/jobs. 

 

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OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR 

ABUJA, NIGERIA

 

The Henry M. Jackson Foundation (HJF) is seeking an Operations and Administration 

Associate Director to support the U.S. Military HIV Research Program (MHRP), 

located in Abuja, Nigeria.  HJF provides administrative and management support to 

MHRP.  MHRP is dedicated to HIV vaccine development, prevention, disease 

surveillance and care and treatment for HIV.  HIV-1 continues to pose a significant and 

persistent threat to the military and allied forces both in terms of readiness and force 

protection.  The brisk pace of deployments to locations throughout the world requires 

the MHRP to develop products and capabilities with an international scope.  This 

program builds on the strength of the U.S. military medical research community, and 

addresses specific HIV research requirements to meet its mission: prevention of HIV-1 

disease in the active force and, by extension, the global community at risk of infection.  

Under the direction of the Country Director and in coordination with other senior staff, 

the Associate Director for Operations and Administration will ensure administrative and 

operational support for the execution of all Department of Defense HIV Program 

Country office - Nigeria (DODHPN) activities in Abuja, Nigeria and as part of the U.S. 

Military HIV Research Program (MHRP) in Rockville, Maryland.  The Associate 

Director is responsible for providing operational oversight and management to 

maximize effective use of program resources.  As part of this support, the Associate 

Director will serve as part of a senior staff liaison between DODHPN Nigeria and the 

U.S. Embassy as well as Nigerian organizations and governmental entities. The 

incumbent will provide guidance and oversight on budgeting and strategy within 

operations and administration. The Associate Director will be the principal 

administrative and operational officer ensuring program goals, objectives and mission 

are achieved.  Responsibilities: 1. Functions as a critical DODHPN team member for 

the execution of the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, P6, P8 and other 

DOD/WRAIR programs implemented in Nigeria.  2. Develops and implements 

administrative policies and standard operating procedures, including coordination, 

approval and processing of purchase orders, supply sources, work orders and 

maintenance and renovation requests.  3. Maintains internal processes, controls and 

reporting requirements as necessary according to the Walter Reed Army Institute for 

Research (WRAIR), Division of Retrovirology, U.S. Embassy, and HJF.  4. Holds 

authority for purchasing and payment to meet the guidelines set forth by OMB 

circulars/USG, HJF, HJFMRI and supervises/ trains HJFMRI employees with 

purchasing approval.  5. Works with financial team to develop, update, and monitor 

DODHPN budget and multiple funding lines and review monthly financial reports.  6. 

Communicates and coordinates financial activities between WRAIR and Embassy and 

within Embassy.  7. Ensures that DODHPN remains compliant with USG financial 

regulations.  8. Manages active and prospective contracts, assisting the Country Director 

and Associate Directors in the development, acquisition and monitoring of contracts in 

support of program execution.  9. Oversees internal human resource functions of 

multiple staffing mechanisms to include hiring, pay scales, benefits and insurance, 

timesheets, intern hiring and placement, and staff performance reviews as well as 

review staff issues and enforcement of policies and procedures.  10. Directs and 

coordinates all USG personnel actions, to include hiring, termination, counseling, 

awards and transfers.  11. Provides advice on staff utilization, workflow, and 

operational procedures to increase efficiency, productivity, and make overall 

improvements for the Program.  Analyzes costs and pricing data submitted by the 

contract centers to verify and substantiate direct and indirect costs.  12. Facilitates 

information flow and coordinates the decision-making process across the program; 

DODHPN senior level management/ Associate Directors; HQ Program Management; 

HQ HJF, Inc.; and Country Director.  13. Supports senior level management/ Associate 

Directors in developing short-term and long-term strategies, meeting objectives under 

the MHRP Strategic Plan and those attached to acquired funding.  14. Coordinates 

project development and execution with other DODHPN Associate Directors, working 

with leadership in monitoring budget development and expenditure associate with 

projects/ work plans.  15. Liaises with the Nigerian Ministry of Defense (NMOD), other 

Government of Nigeria Agencies, NGOs and PVO's, the US Defense Attaché, Office of 

Security Cooperation and the US Embassy regarding DoD/USMHRP activities in 

Nigeria as directed or assigned.  16. Coordinates with WRAIR, MHRP, sister services, 

U.S. Embassy, CDC, USAID, Nigerian partners, and other partners as directed to 

support execution of PEPFAR, investigative, administrative programs and individual 

projects to accomplish MHRP goals and objectives in Nigeria.  17. As part of the 

Associate Director's management team, works with expansion or development of 

relationships with locally represented donor organizations, government ministries and 

other stakeholders as directed.  18. Strengthens DoD interests in HIV/AIDS activities in 

Nigeria and leverage of relevant areas of DoD expertise to assist other USG and DoD 

efforts.  19. Communicates and coordinates with WRAIR HQ and Div Retro 

Administrative and operational contacts in support of DODHPN objectives and others 

activities as directed.  20. Serve as the Acting Country Director in his/her absence.  21. 

Completes other projects as needed.  REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge in establishing 

and realizing organizational objectives/ strategies; experience in identifying and 

implementing technology and process for office automation; ability to work 

independently; ability to use sound judgment in solving problems; ability to coordinate 

complex systems and programs at the same time; a strong ability to manage teams, 

financial and organizational processes; excellent attention to detail and strong verbal 

and written communication skills; the ability to work cooperatively with peers; and a 

commitment to thinking innovatively and shaping a growing organization; background 

in clinical services and/or clinical research preferred.  Minimum Education/ Training 

Requirements: Master's degree in business administration with experience in the public 

health, health management, scientific, research sectors desired.  At least 5 years military 

and U.S. governmental experience required.  Minimum Experience: 7-10 years' 

experience business administration. Understanding of OMB and USG contract 

regulations preferred.  Supervisory Responsibilities: Supervises operational and 

administrative staff.  Work Environment: The incumbent will be based out of Abuja, 

Nigeria, but will initially be based and trained out of Rockville, Maryland office.  

Office and field setting; travel 10%.  TO APPLY: Please apply on-line at 

www.hjf.org/careers Click "Advanced Search" and enter job number 206343 in the Job 

Opening ID box.  The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military 

Medicine, Inc. (HJF) is a congressionally authorized, not-for-profit corporation that 

provides unparalleled scientific and management services to military medical research 

and education programs worldwide.  Our mission is to advance military medical 

research. AA/EEO.  For a comprehensive list of our benefits, please visit: 

http://www.hjf.org/careers/benefits.html

 

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ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST 

ABUJA, NIGERIA

 

The Henry M. Jackson Foundation (HJF) is seeking an Administrative Specialist to 

support the U.S. Military HIV Research Program (MHRP), located in Abuja, Nigeria. 

HJF provides administrative and management support to MHRP.  MHRP plays a vital 

role in Nigeria through its HIV research efforts and is a key contributor to the 

President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR/ Emergency Plan).  This 

internationally recognized program is seeking to fill an Operations/ Administrative 

Specialist in Abuja, Nigeria to help manage MHRP's efforts.  The incumbent will be a 

full time expat hire for Henry Jackson Foundation.  Under the direction of the Associate 

Directors, the Operations and Administrative Specialist will act as an essential 

administrative coordinator overseeing personnel relations in MHRP, Medical Research 

International Ltd/Gte (HJFMRI), as part of the Department of Defense HIV Project, 

Nigeria (DODHN) program and operations goals.  The Operations and Administrative 

Specialist will be responsible for establishing and utilizing program resources to 

complete mission objectives within DODHPN.  This position is responsible for creating 

a highly productive and sustainable working environment, as well as assisting in 

building partnerships with external parties.  Responsibilities: 1. Serves as the 

Operations and Administrative Specialist and as appointed, functions as the Associate 

Director of Operations.  2. Provides administratively oriented operational support to 

DODHPN PEPFAR, research projects, sub-grantees, other contractors, and partners in 

country as directed.  3. Oversees, coordinates, and directs (as appointed) the 

management of staff in the areas of accounting and finance, human resources, contracts, 

logistics, procurement, transportation, facilities and other staff as assigned in support of 

Program objectives and mission.  4. Supports Associate Directors (and other related 

staff) in the execution of proposals through identification of budgetary, human, 

equipment, infrastructure and other resource requirements.  5. Supports the PEPFAR 

manager as a member of the US Embassy Nigeria PEPFAR team; support primary 

investigators in completing investigative activities in Nigeria.  6. Supports, coordinates, 

and performs personnel actions and furnishes guidance and assistance as needed.  7. 

Generates and submits program development reports.  8. Prepares requests for contract 

actions and proposals ensuring full compliance with FAR, all contract requirements, 

schedules, and provisions.  9. Develops sound and workable operating procedures as 

needed including coordination, approval and processing of purchase orders, supply 

sources, work orders and maintenance and renovation requests.  10. Ensures that 

purchases and expenses from the local bank account are allowable, within the project/ 

program budget, and follow guidance of OMB circular.  11. Monitors current year 

project and program expenditures and execution level to ensure that expenditures are in 

accordance with previous planning estimates and budgets.  12. Coordinates regular 

administrative and organizational meetings.  13. Reviews utilization of resources 

including space, movement and coordination of TDY visits within the Program, and 

makes recommendations and schedules accordingly.  14. Creates office environment for 

high performance and strong accountability in support of Program mission by managing 

a team building program for country staff, including formal training, personal and 

professional peers support, mentoring and professional development.  

REQUIREMENTS: Highly organized with abilities to prioritize, multi-task and take 

initiative on a highly independent, self-motivated and administratively self-sufficient 

basis.  Ability to work under pressure, meet multiple deadlines, and troubleshoot and 

problem solve while managing multiple priorities and projects as part of a team is 

essential.  The incumbent will possess strong accuracy, attention to detail and ability to 

follow-through.  Strong analytical skills (e.g., use of Microsoft Excel and/or Access to 

analyze data).  Familiarity with QuickBooks or other accounting software.  Knowledge 

of U.S. federal financial regulations.  Familiarity with U.S. government and DoD 

financial accounting systems, FAR, and OMB circular.  Minimum Education/ Training 

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Business, Management, International Relations, or 

a relevant technical field; Master's degree preferred.  Knowledge of African social, 

political and economic circumstances will be an added advantage. Prior training should 

demonstrate strategic, analytical and creative thinking, management of specialists and 

consultants, interpersonal relations, planning & organizing, team building, Finance, HR 

and programmatic personnel issues, networking and collaboration.  Minimum 

Experience: 5 years of experience in related project management in complex, multi-

sector programs, as well as training and facilitating local employee development. 

Experience in managing U.S. government programs is preferred.  International 

development management and leadership experience with programmatic and 

administrative duties coordinating with other donors and working USG agencies is 

preferred.  Supervisory Responsibilities: Supervises operational and administrative staff 

as directed by Associate Directors.  Work Environment: Incumbent will be expected to 

relocate to Abuja, Nigeria and travel to other Program sites within the country as well as 

to Rockville, Maryland (USA) on occasion as necessary to perform job duties.  TO 

APPLY: Please apply on-line at www.hjf.org/careers Click "Advanced Search" and 

enter job number 206336 in the Job Opening ID box.  The Henry M. Jackson 

Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. (HJF) is a congressionally 

authorized, not-for-profit corporation that provides unparalleled scientific and 

management services to military medical research and education programs worldwide.  

Our mission is to advance military medical research. AA/EEO.  For a comprehensive 

list of our benefits, please visit: http://www.hjf.org/careers/benefits.html

 

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MANAGER, PAYROLL COMPLIANCE 

WASHINGTON, D.C.

 

Chemonics International seeks a manager to oversee and ensure payroll compliance 

with local, state and federal regulations for all U.S.-based, expatriate, and third-country 

national staff. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a 

difference in the lives of people around the world.  Responsibilities include: Oversee all 

payroll tax compliance activities; Monitor state and local tax requirements to ensure 

company- and employee-level compliance; Apply USAID rules and regulations; 

Conduct quarterly and annual compliance reports and filings; Develop communications 

regarding tax set-up, addressing employee tax issues (specifically related to 673, W-4, 

and state withholding forms); Monitor input and management of all employee payroll 

tax data; Review company-level tax set-ups and registrations.  QUALIFICATIONS: 

Bachelor's degree required.  Minimum four years of relevant work experience.  

Demonstrated knowledge of U.S. local, state, and federal payroll tax laws, regulations, 

and compliance requirements.  Experience working with expatriates and third-country 

nationals strongly preferred.  Knowledge of USAID operations, rules, and regulations 

preferred.  Ability to solve technical, managerial, and operational problems and evaluate 

options based on relevant information, resources, well-rounded experience, and 

knowledge.  Ability to make strategic and programming decisions, including developing 

long- and short-term improvements in processes and systems.  Strong knowledge and 

experience operating human resource management systems; knowledge of ADP 

systems preferred.  Strong knowledge of MS Office applications; proficiency in Excel 

required; knowledge of Access.  Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and 

concisely, both orally and in writing, and lead presentations, training courses, and 

effective meetings.  Strong organizational and work prioritization skills.  Strong 

attention to detail.  Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity.  TO APPLY: 

Send electronic submissions to PayrollComplianceManager at chemonics.com by July 

08, 2011. Please provide a cover letter with your resume. No telephone inquiries, 

please. Finalists will be contacted. 

 

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GRANTS ASSISTANT

WASHINGTON, DC

 

IREX is seeking a Grants Assistant which is an entry level position within the Grants 

and Contracts Office.  The Assistant will provide support to the Grants and Contracts 

Officers on a wide range of tasks related to grants management.  Process and review 

subgrant and purchase order requests.  Review budgets for accuracy and adherence to 

IREX and funder regulations.  Review due diligence form for completeness and 

completion of risk assessment form.  Review draft subaward for administrative details 

and conformance with IREX procedures.  Recommend approval of subgrants to Grants 

and Contracts Officer.  File & retrieve subgrant packages.  Assist with special 

compliance projects such as preparing reports for project funders, annual VAT 

reporting, etc.  Improve compliance and workflow processes with tools such as 

templates and checklists.  QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to perform detailed work with 

high degree of accuracy.  Ability to read and comprehend government regulations.  

Proficiency with computer systems (e.g., online databases, Microsoft Office suite, and 

collaborative technologies).  1 year experience working in an office environment.  

BA/BS Degree.  Interest in international development.  TO APPLY: Please go to 

irex.org/careers and click on the "apply for this job" button to apply. Please supply a 

resume, and cover letter, when applying.  No phone calls please.  EOE.

 

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FINANCE MANAGER

BURKINA FASO

 

Management Systems International (MSI) is seeking a Finance Manager.  This is a local 

position. Only Burkinabe citizens are eligible to apply.  The full-time Finance Manager, 

based in Ouagadougou, will be responsible for managing day-to-day project finances, 

administering all grants issued, subcontracts, and procurement in compliance with 

relevant USAID regulations. This individual will report directly to the Country Director 

and will receive guidance from a Director of Finance and Administration based in 

Niamey, Niger. This person will evaluate grant proposals and budgets and assist 

technical staff and beneficiary applicants in revising them as appropriate; monitor the 

performance of grantees, ensuring compliance with grant terms and obligations, the 

fulfillment of anticipated grant-supported activities and the submission of timely 

financial and activity reports; and work closely with administrative staff and technical 

advisors to facilitate capacity-building of the grant recipients. S/he will travel as needed 

within Burkina Faso.  QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated experience working with 

donor-funded grant programs in Burkina Faso or West Africa, US Agency for 

International Development (USAID) experience preferred; Experience with USAID 

finance, grants, subcontracts and procurement strongly preferred; A diploma in business 

or accounting is preferred; Fluency in French required; Fluency in other national 

languages is a plus; and Some ability in English desirable.  Only candidates who have 

been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.  TO APPLY: 

please visit our website: www.msiworldwide.com. 

 

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FINANCE MANAGER

MAURITANIA

 

Management Systems International is seeking a Finance Manager.  This is a local 

position.  Only Mauritanian citizens are eligible to apply.  The full-time Finance 

Manager, based in Nouakchott, will be responsible for managing day-to-day project 

finances, administering all grants issued, subcontracts, and procurement in compliance 

with relevant USAID regulations. This individual will report directly to the Country 

Director and will receive guidance from a Director of Finance and Administration based 

in Niamey, Niger. This person will evaluate grant proposals and budgets and assist 

technical staff and beneficiary applicants in revising them as appropriate; monitor the 

performance of grantees, ensuring compliance with grant terms and obligations, the 

fulfillment of anticipated grant-supported activities and the submission of timely 

financial and activity reports; and work closely with administrative staff and technical 

advisors to facilitate capacity-building of the grant recipients. S/he will travel as needed 

within Mauritania.  QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated experience working with 

donor-funded grant programs in Mauritania or West Africa, US Agency for 

International Development (USAID) experience preferred; Experience with USAID 

finance, grants, subcontracts and procurement strongly preferred; A diploma in business 

or accounting is preferred; Fluency in French and Arabic required; Fluency in other 

national languages (Pulaar, Soninke, Wolof, or Hassaniya) is a plus; and Some ability in 

English desirable.  Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be 

contacted. No phone calls, please.  TO APPLY: please visit our website: 

www.msiworldwide.com. 

 

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FUTURES GROUP INTERNATIONAL

 

Futures Group International has posted an opening for the following positions.  For 

more information and to apply visit www.futuresgroup.com (click on Careers)

 

GOVERNMENT CONTRACT / GRANT ADMINISTRATOR

WASHINGTON, DC

 

Futures Group has posted an opening for a Contract/ Grant Administrator with mid-

level experience.  The Contract/ Grant Administrator is responsible for development, 

negotiation/ review, compliance assurance, and records management for various 

contractual agreements.  REQUIRES: Bachelor's Degree plus 5 to 10 years' experience 

in government contracting, including support to or working with at least one of the 

following organizations: US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, US Agency 

for International Development, UK Dept. for International Development, European 

Union Development Programs.  Practical certifications and demonstrated training 

desirable (e.g. CFCM, NCMA, InsideNGO).  Vacancy no: CFO060611.

 

PROGRAM OPERATIONS ASSOCIATE I

WASHINGTON, DC

 

An opening is posted for a Program Operations Associate who will provide general 

program operations assistance to project technical staff and administrators and backstop 

regions/ country programs, core activities, and local offices.  REQUIRES:  BA in 

Business, Finance, public administration, or related field.  1-2 years' work experience 

desirable.  Strong administrative and organizational skills with high capacity for 

attention to detail required.  Strong analytical and computer skills (WORD, Excel, 

PowerPoint).  Vacancy no: OPS052511

 

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INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CORPS

 

International Medical Corps has posted openings for the following positions.  For more 

information and to apply please visit our website at www.imcworldwide.org and 

complete the online employment application form found under the tab "Work with 

IMC".

 

DIRECTOR, CONTRACTS AND GRANTS

WASHINGTON, DC

 

This position plays a major role in donor compliance oversight and assurance with US 

government donors, including USAID, Dept of State, CDC, etc., and provides advice 

and interpretation of USG regulations pertaining to International Medical Corps 

program implementation and risk management. REQUIRES: Master's Degree in 

business administration, grants/ contracts management or related field, or JD, with at 

least seven years of experience demonstrating knowledge of contracts and grants 

management of US government-funded projects; or Bachelor's Degree with at least ten 

years' experience.  Minimum of five years' experience managing USAID or other USG 

contracts and grants in developing countries.  Vacancy no: 11-178.

 

FINANCE ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR

BURUNDI

 

The Finance Director directly oversees all financial, accounting and administrative 

activities including human resources administration and all finance administrative 

activities and reporting in the country offices.  REQUIRES: Minimum of a college or 

university degree in Accounting or Business Administration; preferably a Master's 

degree.  Minimum 3-5 years managerial experience in a non-profit organization or 

equivalent experience, training and education.  Extensive experience in working with 

computerized accounting systems, preferably ACCPAC.  Vacancy no: 11-206.

 

FINANCE ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR

LIBYA

 

The Finance Administrative Director directly oversees all financial, accounting and 

administrative activities including human resources administration and all finance 

administrative activities and reporting in the country offices.  REQUIRES: Minimum of 

a college or university degree in Accounting or Business Administration; preferably a 

Master's degree.  Minimum 3-5 years managerial experience in a non-profit 

organization or equivalent experience, training and education.  Extensive experience in 

the administrative and financial management of overseas programs at the management 

level.  Extensive experience in working with computerized accounting systems, 

preferably ACCPAC.  Vacancy no: 11-076.

 

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MERCY CORPS

 

Mercy Corps has posted openings for the following positions. For more information and 

to apply please go online to www.mercycorps.org/jobs

 

ASSISTANT PROGRAM OFFICER - TECHNICAL SUPPORT UNIT

PORTLAND, OR

 

The major responsibilities of the APO are to ensure clear, timely and efficient 

communications within the TSU; to manage quick, efficient handling of essential 

administrative requirements for the department; to support the VP with professional and 

clear communications with other Mercy Corps departments; and to help build a sense of 

cohesion and esprit de corps within the team.   REQUIRES: BA/S or equivalent in a 

relevant field.  Two years' international NGO program experience in the field or HQ 

role preferred.  Two years of experience in an administrative role in fast paced work 

environment.  Vacancy no: 217605-927 

 

PAYROLL SPECIALIST

PORTLAND, OR

 

This position is responsible for payroll-related functions for a complex, rapidly-

changing domestic assigned work force.  In addition, it provides support to the Global 

Mercy Corps team and larger HR Services team in a timely and accurate manner with a 

spirit of teamwork and service.  REQUIRES: 1-3+ years of full-cycle payroll processing 

experience.  ADP experience including Report Smith.  Proven experience in providing 

excellent customer service, demonstrated ability to follow procedures, complete tasks, 

meet deadlines and work well under pressure and cooperatively with team members.  

Vacancy no: 217556-927 

 

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ERP APPLICATIONS FUNCTIONAL SUPPORT SPECIALIST, FINANCE 

VIENNA, AUSTRIA

 

The International Atomic Energy Agency seeks an ERP Applications Functional Support 

Specialist, Finance (P-4) in Vienna.  The ERP Applications Functional Support Specialist is a 

member of the ASU and reports to the ASU Unit Head.  She/he leverages technical 

knowledge to provide advice and Finance functional support to the delivery of IT 

services aimed at supporting the IAEA's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system 

known as AIPS (Agency-wide Information System for Programme Support).  

REQUIRES: Advanced university degree in economics, social sciences, science and 

technology, or international relations, preferably an accounting degree/ certification.  At 

least 7 years of progressively responsible experience in working with the design of 

technical architecture, the implementation of infrastructure and the post go-live support 

for an enterprise scale solution, preferably Oracle E-Business Suite.  Fluency in spoken 

and written English. Please apply online at 

http://www.iaea.org/About/Jobs/howtoapply.html or mail applications to the Division of 

Personnel, IAEA, Wagramer Strasse 5, P.O. Box 100, A-1400 Vienna, Austria.  Closing 

date: 7/13/11.  Vacancy no: 2011/061.  

 

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MANAGER LOANS AND GRANTS UNIT

ROME

 

The International Fund for Agricultural Development seeks a Manager Loans and 

Grants Unit (P-5) in Rome.  The incumbent will manage the unit to deliver high quality 

outcomes in a deadline driven, client focused and transparent environment. S/he 

supervises the unit staff, monitors compliance in fiduciary responsibilities and provides 

advice on best practices in loan administration and other related areas.  REQUIRES: 

Advanced University degree (or equivalent) in accounting, business, finance, economics 

or related field.  An internationally recognized professional qualification in accounting/ 

auditing (CPA equivalent) or similar financial management qualification is desirable.  A 

minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible international experience in loan 

administration, financial management, project administration or related field.  

Experience in another International Financial Institution, multi-lateral development 

bank or international organization is preferred.  .  TO APPLY: Applicants should send 

an IFAD personal history form to vacancy at ifad.org.  Closing date: 7/14/11.  Vacancy 

no: 1028. 

 

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FINANCIAL AND HR COORDINATOR

PARIS

 

The Organisation For Economic Co-Operation and Development is looking for a 

Financial and HR Coordinator to carry-out a wide range of duties in the field of budget 

monitoring and control and Human Resources under the direct responsibility of the 

Resource and Budget Management Officer (RBMO) of the Conference, Security and 

Language Services (CSL) in the Executive Directorate. REQUIRES: Post-secondary 

education degree in accounting, finance or business administration, or equivalent 

experience.  At least five years' experience in the administrative, bookkeeping and 

budget fields.  Good knowledge of the administrative and financial rules of a major 

institution.  Please apply online at 

https://oecd.taleo.net/careersection/ext/joblist.ftl?lang=en Closing date: 7/10/11.  Job 

Number: 07744.

 

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WORLD INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ORGANIZATION 

 

The World Intellectual Property Organization seeks applicants for the following 

positions. TO APPLY: you can download the application form from our website 

address, www.wipo.int. In all correspondence, please quote the vacancy announcement 

number. Application forms, duly completed and accompanied by a signed passport-size 

photograph, must reach WIPO by the closing date. Please address your application to 

the Engagements Section, WIPO, 34, chemin des Colombettes, 1211 Geneva 20, 

Switzerland; Tel.: (41.22) 338.91.11; Fax: (41.22) 338.98.20; e-mail: 

staffengagements at wipo.int

 

TRANSLATOR

GENEVA

 

A Translator (P-3) is sought in Geneva.  Duties: translation into Chinese of documents 

and other material dealing with legal, technical and administrative matters, from 

English and possibly French; and translation into English of material of similar nature 

from Chinese; linguistic editing of documents and other material in Chinese produced 

within or for publication by WIPO.  REQUIRES: University-level diploma or degree in 

translation, modern languages or law or another relevant field. Familiarity with the 

latest computer applications, including terminology and documentary database 

management software, with particular relevance to the Chinese language, would be an 

advantage.  At least six years' experience of translation work of a legal, technical and 

administrative nature, preferably acquired in an IP office or an organization of the 

United Nations system, and readiness to adopt and abide by the specific terminology of 

WIPO. Elegance of style, clarity and accuracy.  Closing date: 7/12/11.  Vacancy no: 

WIPO/11/P3/FT032

 

SENIOR INTERNAL AUDIT OFFICER

GENEVA

 

A Senior Internal Audit Officer (P-4) is sought in Geneva.  Duties: contribute 

effectively to the design, preparation and implementation of the organization's audit 

strategies and plans; prepare risk-based audit plans/ programmes in accordance with 

internationally recognized professional auditing standards (e.g. IIA Standards); conduct 

discussions of preliminary nature with heads of operations audited.  REQUIRES: 

University degree in business administration, finance, accounting or other relevant 

discipline.  At least nine years of progressively responsible experience in professional 

auditing or accounting at national or international level.  Knowledge and experience in 

the audit of information systems (experience of auditing PeopleSoft applications would 

be an advantage) and specialized IT audit applications, such as ACL and Team Mate are 

highly desirable.  Closing date: 7/12/11. Vacancy no: WIPO/11/P4/FT031

 

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*SR. TEAM LEAD FOR FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

ETHIOPIA

 

IntraHealth International, Inc. is currently accepting expressions of interest from 

potential Sr. Team Lead for Finance and Administration candidates interested in 

IntraHealth's submission for a 5 years USAID strengthening human resources for health 

program in Ethiopia.  The Sr. Team Lead for Finance and Administration is responsible 

for overall control and oversight in all financial, administrative and human resource 

aspects of the project.  The Sr. Team Lead also has supervisory responsibilities for the 

support staff. Additionally, will manage the overall HR function such as assisting in 

recruitments, maintaining leave records, preparing monthly payroll, checking Medical 

and LTA claims of employees, assist in conducting annual performance reviews, 

maintaining HR files and manage other HR related functions.  QUALIFICATIONS: 

Successful candidates will have a Bachelor's degree in finance, business administration, 

or other relevant field (Master's degree or higher preferred) and at least eight years' 

experience in administrative and financial management of large international projects 

including experience in the fiscal management of USAID projects.  S/he should be 

familiar with compliance regulations and the Federal Acquisition Regulations; 

experience with an international audit firm is a plus.  In addition, successful candidates 

will have extensive experience and skills in developing and managing large budgets, as 

well as negotiating with partners and USAID.  The applicant should be proficient in 

using online financial systems and databases as well as accounting software, preferably 

QuickBooks. The candidate for the Finance Manager position should have excellent 

organizational, analytical, oral and written communications skills in English and 

Amharic. S/he must have demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team based 

environment, supervise a professional team and ability to interact with a variety of 

technical, clinical and other specialists.  This is a position with IntraHealth International 

in Addis, Ethiopia.  TO APPLY: For immediate consideration, please apply by visiting 

IntraHealth's career page at http://www.intrahealth.org/section/careers and follow the 

instructions to submit an online application, including submitting your most recent 

CV/resume and Biodata form (found at http://www.intrahealth.org/section/careers).  

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*BENEFITS ASSOCIATE, CLAIMS

WASHINGTON, D.C

 

Chemonics International seeks an entry-level benefits associate to support our 

Employee Services Department with claims administration. We are looking for a 

professional who has a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the 

world.  Standard entry-level salary range non-negotiable.  Responsibilities include: 

Coordinate all benefit plans and serve as the liaison for benefits information, advice, 

and assistance in resolving benefits issues.  Provide administrative support for life, 

health, and dental insurance; retirement plans; FMLA; and employee assistance 

programs.  Implement accurate and timely processing of benefit enrollment, changes, 

terminations, leave, and claims by verifying benefit data in various corporate and 

vendor systems.  Research and resolve problems by partnering with outside vendors and 

management to ensure promptness and consistency in decision making.  Reconcile 

insurance invoices.  Deliver benefits presentations, including new employee 

orientations.  Assist in the implementation and communication of wellness initiatives.  

Support internal and external plan audits.  QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree 

required.  Minimum one year of human resources experience.  Benefits or insurance 

administration experience preferred.  Ability to read and interpret benefit plan 

documents and summary plan descriptions.  Strong communication skills and ability to 

work with all levels of management.  Demonstrated ability to prioritize, multitask, and 

manage multiple deadlines.  Strong analytical skills and attention to detail.  Ability to 

work in high energy, fast-paced, team-oriented environment.  Ability to maintain 

confidentiality.  Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office; proficiency in Microsoft Excel 

required.  Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity.  U.S. work authorization 

required.  TO APPLY: Send electronic submissions to benassociate at chemonics.com  

by July 01, 2011. Please place job title in the subject line. No telephone inquiries, 

please.  Finalists will be contacted.

 

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*PROGRAM ASSOCIATE, ASIA 

WASHINGTON, DC

 

The American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative seeks a Program Associate for its 

Asia Division.  This position supports the program officers and managers of overseas 

grant-funded programs; helps create, monitor and revise program budgets; drafts reports 

for fund providers; provides administrative backstopping for field-based programs.  

REQUIRES: Bachelor's Degree from four-year College or University.  International 

experience and knowledge of the region preferred; knowledge of one or more of the 

languages of the region helpful. Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office and 

internet research skills. Experience with financial management of grant-funded 

programs helpful. Must possess strong written and verbal communication skills. 

Research and writing skills a must. Analytical and problem solving skills and the ability 

to work independently.  TO APPLY: please visit 

http://www2.americanbar.org/hr/default.aspx to apply.  All applicants for regular full-

time employment in the U.S. must possess work authorization that does not require 

employer sponsorship.  Due to the high volume of applications received, only 

candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

 

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*HR MANAGER

BOUAKE, COTE D'IVOIRE

 

Health Alliance International is seeking an HR Manager in Bouake.  Reports to: 

National Administrator: Bouake, Cote D'Ivoire.  Position Overview: Organize and lead 

personnel recruitment, documentation, orientation, processing, and review procedures. 

Ensure organizational understanding and compliance with Cote d'Ivoire tax and labor 

laws.  Establish and develop human resources standard operating procedures.  Facilitate 

team building and personnel development through goal setting, trainings, provision of 

resources, conflict-resolution and a system of acknowledgement. For details please visit 

our website career link at: http://tinyurl.com/3mezxpc. Please send your cover letter and 

CV with three references to: applications at healthallianceinternational.org. Close date: 

Open till filled.

 

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*REVENUE AND CASH MANAGEMENT SENIOR MANAGER

WASHINGTON, DC

 

AMIDEAST has posted an opening for a Revenue and Cash Management Senior 

Manager to manage foreign currency activities (FX transactions) and implement a cash 

management and forecasting process that utilizes Costpoint and other industry standard 

tools.  REQUIRES: Bachelor's Degree in a relevant financial discipline and 7+ years' 

experience in an accounting/ treasury environment, preferred; or equivalent.  MBA, CPA 

preferred. Demonstrated knowledge of non-profits relative to FASB and GAAP.  For more 

information and to apply please go to www.amideast.org

 

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*SUBAWARD COMPLIANCE OFFICER

PORTLAND, OR

 

Mercy Corps has posted an opening for a Subaward Compliance Officer who will 

provide support in the areas of donor regulations compliance, and in particular 

subaward compliance, to Mercy Corps' field and HQ operations, including financial, 

program and administrative staff, to increase the level of knowledge and promote 

compliance with donor regulations.  The Subaward Compliance Officer serves as 

primary support for the subaward administration and compliance function.  

REQUIRES: This position requires a BA/S or equivalent in finance or a relevant field. 

4-6 years of progressive grant management experience in a medium to large 

international organization, including responsibility for grant management, compliance 

systems, and subaward administration, is required.  Expert knowledge of the rules and 

regulations governing the management of US Government grants (particularly USAID, 

DOS and USDA) and other donor-funded grants is required.  Demonstrated experience 

and understanding of generally accepted accounting principles, financial reporting, 

accounting systems, budget development and administration is required.  Effective 

verbal and written communication, analytical, organizational and prioritization skills as 

well as presentation skills are necessary.  Employment overseas and experience working 

for an NGO with high levels of USAID funding is preferred.  Experience with USAID 

contracts, FAR and AIDAR compliance is highly desirable.  SUCCESS FACTORS: 

Proven ability to successfully communicate concepts, procedures and objectives and 

initiate and maintain positive relationships with field staff, program staff and donor 

agencies is necessary.  The ability to read, understand and interpret detailed award 

terms and conditions as well as maintain a detailed knowledge of the regulations will be 

a critical success factor.  A high level of attention to detail in all aspects of his/her work 

is a necessity.  The SCO must be able to conduct his/herself with a high degree of 

integrity and objectivity while also working towards an overall objective of positively 

promoting compliance.  Having the Subaward Compliance Officer based in Portland, 

OR is strongly preferred however a DC based staff person will also be given 

consideration.  Some travel (up to approximately 25%) may be required to field 

locations, including program locations that may include insecure or harsh environments.  

Mercy Corps Team members represent the agency both during and outside of work 

hours when deployed in a field posting or on a visit/TDY to a field posting. Staff are 

expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, 

customs and MC's policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country 

venues.  TO APPLY: Apply at http://www.mercycorps.org/jobs. 

 

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*FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION DIRECTOR 

BENIN

 

IntraHealth International, Inc. is currently accepting expressions of interest from 

potential Finance and Administration Director candidates interested in IntraHealth's 

submission for the upcoming USAID-funded maternal and child health project in Benin.  

The Finance and Administration Director will be responsible for the financial systems 

of the project, including project budgeting, financial monitoring, meeting legal, auditing 

and contractual responsibilities and coordinating with state financial officers. S/he will 

be the principle financial representative of the project as well as coordinate the financial 

and administrative and HR functions and support to the districts.  The Finance and 

Administration Director is expected to develop the project financial plan, to include 

monitoring and reporting systems that meet USG requirements, and manage contracting 

activities.  REQUIRES: Successful candidates for the Finance and Administration 

Director position will likely have a Master's Degree or higher in Business 

Administration, Finance or other relevant field and at least 8 years' experience in 

administrative and financial management of large international projects including 

experience in the fiscal management of USAID Projects with a strong preference for 

USAID contracts.  S/he should be familiar with compliance regulations and the Federal 

Acquisition Regulations as well as have experience and skills in developing and 

managing large budgets. The applicant should be proficient in relevant computer 

applications and databases. The candidate for the Finance and Administration Director 

position should have excellent organizational, analytical, oral and written 

communications skills in English and French. S/he must have supervisory experience and 

be able to negotiate with partners and USAID.  This is a position with IntraHealth 

International in Benin. The position is pending upon award by USAID. TO APPLY: For 

immediate consideration, please apply by visiting IntraHealth's career page at 

http://www.intrahealth.org/section/careers and follow the instructions to submit an 

online application, including submitting your most recent CV/resume and Biodata form 

(found at http://www.intrahealth.org/section/careers).  IntraHealth International, Inc. is 

an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer.

 

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*GRANTS OFFICER

CHAPEL HILL, NC

 

IntraHealth International, Inc. is seeking a Grants Officer.  The overall role and 

responsibility of the Grants Officer position is to provide cradle-to-grave grant, 

cooperative agreement, and subaward support to all IntraHealth's international 

programs.  This position works closely with the members of the contracts, programs, 

and finance teams to ensure donor, regulatory, and award compliance.  This position 

requires strong emphasis on post-award administration including sub-awarding.  The 

Grants Officer will report directly to the Senior Manager, Grants Management.  

REQUIRES: A Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting or business or an equivalent 

combination of education and experience.  Five years of directly related work 

experience.  Experience working in contract/ grant area of a mid-size organization. 

Experience in working with US Federal donor regulations including USAID, CDC or 

private foundations.  Proven organizational skills with demonstrated experience 

maintaining order in a fluid and vibrant environment.  Proven ability to work with all 

levels of office staff, to work in teams, and with different personalities and 

organizations.  Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.  Written 

and verbal proficiency in French preferred.  This is a position with IntraHealth 

International in Chapel Hill, NC.  TO APPLY: For immediate consideration, please 

apply by visiting 

https://www6.ultirecruit.com/INT1028/JobBoard/ListJobs.aspx?__vt=ExtCan. 

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*PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST 

MONGOLIA

 

Crown Agents USA, Inc. has posted an opening for a Procurement Specialist for the 

MCA-Mongolia project in our Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia office.  REQUIRES: Education 

or training in procurement, business administration, marketing and purchasing, or 

public administration.  Fluency in English desired including written, reading, and verbal 

communication skills.  Prior experience in procurement of goods, works and services in 

accordance with international donor guidelines.  For more information and to apply 

please go to www.crownagentsusa.com/current-vacancies.aspx

 

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ABT ASSOCIATES

 

ABT Associates has posted openings for the following positions.  For more information 

please go to www.abtassociates.com

 

*ASSOCIATE FINANCE & CONTRACT ANALYST

BETHESDA, MD

 

Abt Associates has posted an opening for an Associate Contracts & Finance Analyst to 

provide support to the PSHS division.  REQUIRES: Bachelor's Degree in business 

administration or other relevant field.  At least two years of experience working on 

USAID-funded projects or proposals.  Fluency in English required; fluency in Spanish 

or French desirable.  Vacancy no: 2011-5673

 

*SENIOR HR GENERALIST- INTERNATIONAL

BETHESDA, MD

 

An opening is posted for a Senior HR Generalist, International in Bethesda.  Ideally 

looking for a person with strong US HR Generalist experience, as well as significant 

international exposure.  Business acumen and strong judgment required.  Must be 

organized and proactive; able to multitask and handle competing priorities, while 

maintaining a professional relationship with all levels of employees.  Must be a 

communicator with the ability to explain complex concepts in simple terms, and the 

ability to present controversial topics before an audience.  Vacancy no: 2011-5669.

 

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*NEW BUSINESS ASSISTANT

WASHINGTON, DC

 

ACDI/VOCA has posted an opening for a D.C. based New Business Assistant to 

support staff with the compilation of professional proposals and new business materials 

through effective document management and assembly.  REQUIRES: A Bachelor's 

degree in business administration, international development, or a related degree with 

relevant internship or job experience is required. Candidates must possess ability to 

work in a self-directed, fast-paced environment, have proven organizational skills and 

attention to detail, with the ability to undertake multiple tasks under tight deadlines. 

Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Acrobat is required.  For more 

information and to apply go to www.acdivoca.org, click on join us . Vacancy no: 11-

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AED

 

AED has posted openings for the following positions.  For more information and to 

apply go to www.aed.org/employment/index.cfm 

 

*EMPLOYMENT OFFICER I; AED HR DEPARTMENT

WASHINGTON, DC

 

The Employment Officer role is to partner with AED employees and manage the human 

resources function by assuming responsibility for all aspects of attracting and hiring top 

talent for AED Groups and AED Centers of Excellence.  REQUIRES: Bachelor's 

degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Public Administration, 

Psychology, Organizational Development, Non-Profit Management or related field, or 

equivalent combination of education and experience.  Minimum of five years' work 

experience in human resources including sourcing, recruiting, and staffing experience 

with an international NGO.  Vacancy no: KV11108

 

*PROGRAM ASSOCIATE

WASHINGTON, DC

 

The Program Associate will directly support CCSG's Jordan Civil Society program as 

well as programs in CCSG's peace building portfolio. S/he will provide expatriate 

backstopping and grant preparation support as well as program support.  REQUIRES: 

At least one year of experience in office environment required, with one year of 

international backstopping experience preferred.  Experience with Web based research 

and information collection skills required.  Experience with USAID or federal 

government financed contracts desirable.  Experience working with foreign language 

documents.  Vacancy no: OD11102

 

*SENIOR EMPLOYMENT/INTERNSHIP COORDINATOR

WASHINGTON, DC

 

The Senior Employment/ Internship Coordinator functions as an integral part of the HR 

team by providing complex administrative and logistical support to the AED 

Employment Team and AED staff.   REQUIRES: Bachelor's Degree preferred with at 

least four years of work experience. Will accept Master's with internship experience 

and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Knowledge and/or interest 

in human resources management.  Experience coordinating multiple and sometimes 

complex tasks and/or assignments.  Vacancy no: KV11107

 

*SENIOR OPERATIONS OFFICER

WASHINGTON, DC

 

The Sr. Operations Officer ensures compliance with AED and client policies and 

regulations, manages procurement functions, provides guidance on field office 

operations, and develops and maintains efficient administrative and operations systems. 

REQUIRES: Demonstrated operational and administrative experience working with 

USAID-funded projects.  Thorough knowledge of, and at least three (3) years' 

experience, working with USAID rules and regulations and USAID-funded project 

procurement, financial, and operations procedures.  Experience backstopping field 

offices on USAID contracts and/or cooperative Agreements. Vacancy no: BB11095.

 

*SENIOR PROGRAM ASSOCIATE

WASHINGTON, DC

 

The Senior Program Associate coordinates administrative, procurement, and logistics 

support to projects and the Center overall in the areas of personnel, travel, and other 

administrative functions, as well as provides support to the finance team.  REQUIRES: 

At least three years of experience in an office setting required, with one year experience 

in a large non-profit organization preferred.  Experience in administration, procurement, 

and/or project management.  Knowledge of government contracting and procurement 

and experience with USAID awards desirable, but not required.  Knowledge of 

international environmental issues or social media and communications, a plus, but not 

required. Vacancy no: C11089-1

 

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CHF INTERNATIONAL

 

CHF International has posted openings for the following positions.  For more 

information and to apply please go to www.chfhq.org

 

*SENIOR EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO PRESIDENT AND CEO

SILVER SPRING, MD

 

The Executive Office of CHF International, a non-profit international development and 

humanitarian response organization, has posted an opening for a top-notch Senior 

Executive Assistant to provide high-level administrative support to the President and 

CEO, and to CHF's outside Board of Directors.  REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree and a 

minimum of 5 years' experience as an Executive Assistant supporting executives and 

board members.  Equivalent combination of education and experience considered.  

Ability to travel overseas with Executive Office when needed (at least one overseas trip 

annually).  Vacancy no: 1966. 

 

*EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

SILVER SPRING, MD

 

CHF International, a non-profit international development and humanitarian response 

organization, has posted an opening for an Executive Assistant to provide high-level 

administrative support to the Vice President of the newly created Office of Institutional 

Advancement.  REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree and 2 years' experience as an Executive 

Assistant.  Equivalent combination of education and experience considered.  Familiarity 

with international affairs, donor relations, and fundraising for nonprofit organizations is 

highly preferred.  Vacancy no: 1963. 

 

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PATH

 

PATH has posted openings for the following positions.  For more information and to 

apply visit www.path.org/employment.php

 

*PROGRAM ASSISTANT, TB TEAM, HIV/TB GLOBAL PROGRAM

WASHINGTON, DC

 

PATH has posted an opening for a dynamic program assistant to provide critical 

administrative support to our expanding portfolio.  REQUIRES: Associate's degree 

(Bachelor's degree preferred) plus three years of related administrative experience; or 

an equivalent combination of education and experience.  Vacancy no: 4657

 

*PROGRAM ASSISTANT

SEATTLE, WA

 

The Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition Global Program is seeking a Program 

Assistant who will provide administrative and programmatic support to the MCHN 

teams, supporting a variety of Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition projects.  

REQUIRES: Associate's degree plus two years of relevant experience; Bachelor's 

degree ; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.  Experience with 

project or program administration.  Experience with administration related to 

developing country programs or projects preferred.  Vacancy no: 4644. 

 

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*SECTION HEAD

VIENNA, AUSTRIA

 

The International Atomic Energy Agency seeks a Section Head (P-5) in Vienna.  Reporting 

to the Director, the Section Head leads a professional team in shaping and implementing 

the programmatic objectives in Organizational Development, utilizing methodologies 

and approaches to strategic planning, organization design, leadership development, 

change management, performance management, coaching/ mentoring. REQUIRES: 

Advanced university degree in HR, psychology or behavioural science, or other relevant 

discipline.  At least 10 years of related experience in management or advisory functions 

in medium and large sized organizations, including international exposure.  Proven 

experience in successfully leading and implementing reform measures.  Knowledge of 

best practices in international human resources management in the private sector and/or 

UN Common System and advantage.  Please apply online at 

http://www.iaea.org/About/Jobs/howtoapply.html or mail applications to the Division of 

Personnel, IAEA, Wagramer Strasse 5, P.O. Box 100, A-1400 Vienna, Austria.  Closing 

date: 7/15/11.  Vacancy no: 2011/058. 

 

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*LOANS AND GRANTS SYSTEM REPLACEMENT (LGSR) PROGRAMME 

MANAGER

ROME

 

The International Fund for Agricultural Development is seeking a Loans and Grants 

System Replacement Programme Manager (P-5) in Rome.  The incumbent ensures that 

the LGS Replacement Project produces the required products and outputs to the 

required standard of quality and within the specified constraints of time and cost, so as 

to achieve the benefits defined in the LGS Replacement Project business case and 

Project Initiation Document (PID).  REQUIRES: Advanced University Degree in IT, 

Business Administration, or other relevant fields.  Minimum of 10 years of relevant 

professional working experience.  Work experience in executing complex IT program 

and large projects in the financial services industry is required.  Relevant project 

management certification an advantage.  Professional financial management 

qualification would be an asset.  TO APPLY: Applicants should send an IFAD personal 

history form to vacancy at ifad.org.  Closing date: 7/2/11.  Vacancy no: 1027.  

 

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*ASSISTANT

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

 

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is seeking an Assistant (B3/B4) in Brussels.  

The incumbent will carry out the duties of Assistant in the NATO HQ C3 Staff.  He/she 

is accountable for efficiently handling a wide range of support duties of an 

administrative and organisational nature. He/she provides administrative and secretarial 

support to the Capability Panels and Teams assigned to the Branch.  REQUIRES: have 

a good general education at least to higher secondary level or to secondary level 

complemented by secretarial school; have at least 4 years' previous experience of 

secretarial duties, or equivalent vocational education at tertiary level; pass NATO 

secretarial tests.  Please apply online at http://www.nato.int/structur/recruit/index.htm. 

Reference the Appropriate Vacancy No.  Closing date: 7/7/11 Vacancy no: B 14(2011)

 

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*PROGRAMME MANAGER 

GENEVA

 

The United Nations Office for Project Services seeks a Programme Manager (P-5) in 

Geneva.  The incumbent is a senior member of the WSSCC Secretariat, which is a unit 

within the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS). The incumbent works 

in accordance with WSSCC's strategic objectives and established guidelines and with 

internal and external professionals.  REQUIRES: Advanced degree level (Master's or 

equivalent) in project management, finance, business administration, international 

development, or other relevant subject. at least 10 years' experience in large-scale 

programme management in an international development context. At least 5 years' 

experience in managing an international trust fund; either in the UN system or another 

international organization.  TO APPLY: Qualified candidates may submit their 

application, including a letter of interest, complete Curriculum Vitae and an updated 

United Nations Personal History Form (P.11), via e-mail to vacancies at unops.org. 

Kindly indicate the vacancy number and the post title when applying (in the subject line 

by e-mail).  Vacancy no: VA/2011/SWOC/WSSCC/PM/P-5/GSF.  Closing date: 7/7/11. 

 

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*FIELD PROCUREMENT AND LOGISTICS OFFICER

AMMAN

 

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency has posted an opening for a Field 

Procurement and Logistics Officer (P-4) in Amman.  The incumbent of this post will be 

responsible for the delivery of effective and efficient procurement and logistics services to 

meet and satisfy assessed program needs across the broad spectrum of its regular, 

emergency and discrete project activities, as applicable.  REQUIRES: Advanced 

university degree (Master's degree or equivalent) in a supply chain management 

discipline, business administration, public administration, commerce or related field.  

Additional study, course-work or training in the areas relevant to supply chain 

management, procurement and logistics and/or a recognized qualification in 

procurement is preferable.  At least 8 years of experience in the application of the 

knowledge acquired from a relevant advance degree (as stated above) with 

progressively responsible professional experience in procurement and logistics 

operations in large commercial or international organizations, of which at least five 

years at the international level preferably in a developing country.  TO APPLY:  

Applicants are invited to submit a Curriculum Vitae (CV) and a completed UN Personal 

History Form (PHF). The PHF is available in PDF or MS WORD Format and can 

therefore be down-loaded or printed out.  Completed PHF's and CV's can be sent by: 

email to: unrwa-ahr at unrwa.org or fax to: (+972 8) 677 7694 mail to: Head 

Recruitment Section, UNRWA/HQ Gaza via UNRWA HQ Amman, PO Box 140157, 

Amman 11814, Jordan.  Vacancy no: 11-FO-JO-24.  Closing date: 7/4/11.

 

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*CHIEF TRANSPORTATION AND MOVEMENT INTEGRATED CONTROL CENTRE

ENTEBBE

 

The United Nations seeks a Chief Transportation and Movement Integrated Control Centre (P-5) in 

Entebbe.  Duties: Liaise, negotiate and coordinate with regional missions regarding 

transportation services and functions that may be transferred to the Service Centre; 

Plan, organize, implement, manage and oversee the transition of transportation services 

and related activities from the identified regional missions to be served to the RSC 

through the TMICC Units.  REQUIRES: Advanced university degree (Master's or 

equivalent) in business or public administration, management, logistics or supply-chain 

management.  At least 10 years of progressively responsible professional experience in 

administration, management of transportation and logistics. A minimum of 4 years of 

work experience within the UN system or in the field of administrative services or other 

related fields experience with UN Agencies is an advantage. Apply online at: 

https://jobs.un.org/Galaxy/Release3/info/guide.aspx?lang=1200. If you are a UN staff 

member, you must submit scanned copies of your two latest Performance Appraisal 

System reports at the time of application to email: staffing at un.org, Fax: 1-917-367-

0524. Reference the Appropriate Vacancy No.  Closing date: 7/8/11.  Vacancy no: 11-LOG-UNAMID-

425301-R-ENTEBBE.

 

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*ADMINISTRATOR

ASUNCION, PARAGUAY

 

The World Health Organization seeks an Administrator (P-2) in Asuncion.  The 

incumbent assists in the planning, organization, operation, and evaluation of the PWR 

Office administrative services.  REQUIRES: A Bachelor's degree in business, public 

administration, finance, economics, or a related field from an accredited university.   

Five years of combined national and international professional experience in 

administration, with supervisory responsibilities in budget, finance, personnel, 

procurement, and general services. Experience should include supervision and/or 

application of office automation software packages and information systems as well as 

training abilities.  Please visit WHO's e-Recruitment website at: 

www.who.int/employment. Reference the Appropriate Vacancy No.  Closing date: 

7/10/11.  Vacancy no: PAHO/11/FT191

 

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*SR. ACCOUNTANT, GENERAL LEDGER

WASHINGTON, DC

 

IREX seeks a full-time Sr. Accountant General Ledger for the Washington, DC 

headquarters office.  Overall responsibilities for the accounting and financial operations 

of IREX include, but are not limited to: Assist in month end closing; Provide technical 

assistance on accounts payables, accounts receivable, payroll and international bank 

wires & bank reconciliations; Assist in review of Field Office Expense Reports 

(FOER); Review staff G/L reconciliations; Perform Financial Statement Analysis; 

Preparing quarterly Federal Reporting; Review and reconcile Revenue; Other duties as 

assigned by Controller.  QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in accounting or 

equivalent.  Minimum of 7 years accounting experience.  Preferred experience in an 

organization with US Government grants and contracts.  Excellent interpersonal and 

organizational skills.  Ability to work independently as well as in a team setting.  

Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills.  Must be skilled at handling 

multiple tasks and able to adhere to tight deadlines.  Proficient with Microsoft Office.  

Knowledge of Deltek Costpoint required.  CPA preferred.  IREX offers a competitive 

salary and benefits package.  TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and resume to: Email: 

resumes at irex.org (please include Fin/SRACCT/KB in the subject line) fax: (202) 628-

8189. NO PHONE CALLS.  EOE

 

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*PROJECT FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION SPECIALIST

WASHINGTON, DC

 

Banyan Global has posted an opening for a Project Finance and Administration 

Specialist who provides financial and administrative support to assist in the 

implementation of Banyan Global's worldwide projects.  REQUIRES: Bachelor's 

Degree and/or 2-3 years' experience in project administration, budgeting and cost 

proposal development.  Experience in international development.  Demonstrated 

financial skills and familiarity with USAID regulations.  Ability to work independently 

and take initiative.  For more information and to apply go to 

www.banyanglobal.com/careers.php

 

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*ANALYST - BACK OFFICE & OPERATIONS

WASHINGTON, DC

 

ACCION has posted an opening for an Analyst, Back Office & Operations to ensure 

accurate swap contract execution, settlements and monitoring (collections & payments) 

including documentation and accounting.  REQUIRES: 2+ years' experience in 

operations, preferably middle office and back office operation.  Interest to grow within 

and manage hedging operations with high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.  

Accounting experience and knowledge of derivatives (Degree in finance or accounting 

a bonus).  Interest in microfinance and international development.  For more 

information and to apply visit www.jobs-accion.icims.com/jobs/intro.  Vacancy no: 

2011-1242.

 

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*DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS PLANNING AND ANALYSIS

BOSTON, MA

 

Oxfam America has posted an opening for a Director of Business Planning and 

Analysis to manage and lead Oxfam America's budgeting, business planning, financial 

analysis and reporting activities and programs.  REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree in 

Accounting, Finance or related field required.  Master's degree in Accounting, Finance, 

Business Administration, or related field or CPA preferred.  Seven or more years of 

progressively responsible experience, including management responsibility, at the 

enterprise (corporate/ headquarters) level in Finance, Planning, and/or Financial 

Systems at an organization(s) with greater than $70 million in annual operating 

expenditures.  For more information and to apply visit 

www.oxfamamerica.org/whoweare/jobs/available-positions

 

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PSI

 

PSI has posted openings for the following positions.  For more information and to apply 

visit www.psi.org/jobs 

 

*ASSOCIATE OFFICER, PROCUREMENT AND LOGISTICS

WASHINGTON, DC

 

PSI has posted an opening for an Associate Procurement and Logistics Officer to 

provide support for social marketing programs in developing countries with point of 

sale health products and other goods and services.  REQUIRES: BA/BS degree or 

equivalent experience.  Previous health commodity experience.  2+ years' experience in 

an administrative, procurement, finance/ accounting or customer service position.

 

*PROGRAM ASSISTANT, SOUTHERN AFRICA

WASHINGTON, DC

 

PSI has posted an opening for a Program Assistant to support program management 

functions in the Southern Africa division. The PA will have wide ranging 

responsibilities and work with PSI staff at all levels both in Washington and overseas.  

REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree.  At least one year experience working in a fast paced 

office environment.  Excellent organizational and administrative skills with special 

attention to detail and timeliness.

 

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NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION

 

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization seeks candidates for the following positions. 

Please apply online at http://www.nato.int/structur/recruit/index.htm. Reference the 

Appropriate Vacancy No.

 

*OFFICER, COST BUSINESS ANALYST

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

 

An Officer, Cost Business Analyst (A3/A4) is sought in Brussels.  The incumbent will 

undertake financial and benefit analyses for NATO common funded elements to include 

Business Case analysis, analysis of alternatives and performance measurements on the 

use of military common funding in achieving Alliance capabilities. The incumbent will 

also contribute to the user requirements definition for the current NOR Information 

System and the future major programme to enhance the NOR's Enterprise Portfolio 

Management system which is central to the planning and management of the provision 

and implementation of commonly funded capabilities and projects.  REQUIRES: have a 

university degree in engineering, economics, business, math, or another relevant field; 

have at least 4 years of experience in the field of cost/ budget/ financial analysis in a 

governmental/IGO environment; have at least 4 years of experience with cost 

estimating methodologies including Output Based Costing (OBC) and Activity Based 

Costing (ABC); financial modelling as well as forecasting, scenario planning and 

modelling techniques; resource, benefits and portfolio analyses; data collection 

techniques, data validation and normalisation techniques, risk analysis and the use of 

Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) tools.  Closing date: 7/26/11.  Vacancy no: 

A33(2011). 

 

*DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY GENERAL

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

 

A Deputy Assistant Secretary General (A-6) is sought in Brussels.  The Deputy 

Assistant Secretary General (DASG), Headquarters Support and Transformation (HQS) 

is responsible for providing a broad variety of day-to-day support services for NATO 

Headquarters, its 28 member-nation delegations and an international staff of 

approximately 1500 civilian and military personnel.  REQUIRES: hold a university 

degree from an institute of recognised standing or equivalent professional expertise in 

the field of business management or related field; have at least 10 years of progressively 

responsible experience in the field of management/ business administration, preferably 

at an organisation of comparable size in either the public or private sector; have at least 

three years' experience supervising, guiding and motivating a staff of 200 or more 

individuals in a wide variety of professional grades and disparate fields of expertise; 

have experience in change management, organisational planning and business 

continuity planning.  Closing date: 7/15/11.  Vacancy no: A 38(2011). 

 

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*HEAD OF BUDGET PLANNING AND ANALYSIS

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

 

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization seeks a Head of Budget Planning and Analysis 

(A-5) in Brussels.  The Head of Budget Planning and Analysis (EM/BPA) is responsible 

for developing and implementing civilian budgetary policies and procedures that affect 

the 1250-person civilian International Staff (IS), the seven Divisions and five 

Independent Offices at NATO Headquarters (HQ). He/she is also responsible for 

managing the budgets for NATO's various pension schemes.  REQUIRES: hold a 

university degree from an institute of recognized standing or equivalent qualification, 

with an emphasis on business or financial management; have at least 10 years of 

progressively responsible experience in the field of budget preparation and 

management, preferably at an organization of comparable size in either the public or 

private sector; have an in-depth knowledge of budget concepts and theories, financial 

control procedures, cost accounting methods.  Please apply online at 

http://www.nato.int/structur/recruit/index.htm. Reference the Appropriate Vacancy No.  

Closing date: 7/5/11.  Vacancy no: A35(2011).  

 

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*POLICY SPECIALIST 

VIENNA, AUSTRIA

 

The International Atomic Energy Agency seeks a Policy Specialist (P-4) in Vienna.  The 

Policy Specialist develops innovative HR policies and procedures, and ensures the 

effectiveness of existing policies and procedures. She/he advises on the interpretation of 

Regulations and Rules; prepares position papers on HR policy issues, as well as 

assessments and documentation in the context of appeals, disciplinary cases and 

administrative reviews.  REQUIRES: Advanced university degree in human resource 

management, public or business administration. Additional certification or course work 

in law would be an asset.  At least 7 years of progressively responsible professional 

experience in human resources management, including a minimum of 4 years at the 

international level. Demonstrated professional competence and success in the delivery 

of innovative and effective HR policies, as well as contribution to the successful 

resolution of cases.  Please apply online at 

http://www.iaea.org/About/Jobs/howtoapply.html or mail applications to the Division of 

Personnel, IAEA, Wagramer Strasse 5, P.O. Box 100, A-1400 Vienna, Austria.  Closing 

date: 7/5/11.  Vacancy no: 2011/048

 

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Mallory A. Warner, M.A.

International Studies Academic Advisor

International Studies Program

DePaul University 990 W. Fullerton #4102

773-325-7973

 

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