Country Coordinator, FI

Washington, DC
Work Type: On-Site
  • Job Category: Program & Project Management
  • Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
  • Clearance: SECRET
  • Shift: Day Job
  • Req ID: TUV03069

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Job Summary:

Tuvli, an Akima company, is hiring for a Country Coordinator, FI to support our DoS client located in Washington, DC.

Job Responsibilities:

  • 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.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 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.

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