Country Coordinator, FI
- Job Category: Program & Project Management
- Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
- Clearance: SECRET
- Shift: Day Job
- Req ID: TUV03069
Tuvli, an Akima company, is hiring for a Country Coordinator, FI to support our DoS client located in Washington, DC.
Assist with and serves as an F point of contact for assigned countries or programs in the relevant State and USAID regional bureaus or assigned functional/pillar bureaus and other offices that request and receive foreign assistance funds. In this capacity, the incumbent:
Ensures assigned bureaus or offices are compliant with F requirements.
Provides guidance to assigned bureaus or offices on budget formulation, execution, and other related processes.
Reviews and advises on programs, strategy, and program planning.
Prepares analyses of assigned bureau/offices programs and budgets.
Advises F leadership on issues related to client bureaus or offices.
Serves as the subject matter expert on the programs and funding issues of the assigned countries, bureaus and/or offices within F and for the Interagency community:
Tracks and analyzes the assigned client bureau/office funding and programs at both the budget formulation and budget execution stages, as well as throughout the year.
Based on knowledge of programs and the budget process, drafts for approval solutions to meet funding requirements within budget constraints.
Tracks and analyzes legislation related to the programs of the assigned client bureaus/offices.
Assists with strategy development at the country, regional, and global level.
Initiates dialogue affecting foreign assistance programs and policies for the assigned client bureaus/offices.
Provides guidance to other F offices on the programs and processes of the assigned client bureaus/offices.
Conducts, in a support role, outreach and maintains relations with stakeholders within and outside the U.S. Government, including the interagency and Congress.
Prepares analysis related to the programs of the assigned client bureaus/offices.
Cross Functional and Inter-office Activities:
Serves, in an advisor only status, of their immediate team to larger F-wide activities and projects.
Presents training briefings on the role of F to other offices.
Maintains understanding of other portfolios on their immediate team in order to back up absent team members and support team during particularly busy times.
Knowledge of international relations.
Knowledge of USG foreign policy and familiarity with the Department of State and/or USAID.
Knowledge of USG foreign assistance programs and institutions and familiarity with the federal budget process.
Ability to analyze data and present it in a concise understandable format.
Ability to work independently and to interact effectively with colleagues at many levels of multiple bureaucracies.
Ability to build consensus among and resolve differences between parties with different interests and perspectives.
Skills in oral and written communication to prepare recommendations and reports, provide guidance, solicit information and propose solutions.
Ability to develop and maintain spreadsheets and databases.
Bachelor's degree required; Master’s degree preferred.
Active Secret Clearance.
3 years of qualified experience.