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Program Coordinator – Washington, DC (ID# 14163)

**Active SECRET clearance required**

SUMMARY
The Program Coordinator will provide support the financial management of Mission for the Near Eastern Affairs of the Department of State.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Directly support NEA/AC. The Program Coordinator will report and take direction from the Government Technical Monitor (GTM) and/or the office director.
  • Act as a liaison for the office to which he/she is assigned; communicate between NEA/AC and other department elements, including NEA desk officers, the bureau’s front office, and other department bureaus (including the Bureau of Foreign Assistance Resources (F)) and other federal agencies, including the U.S. Agency for International Development. Coordinate NEA/AC functional processes on behalf of country coordinators, grants staff, planning/budget/evaluation staff, and country desks.
  • Maintain visibility on all relevant USG budgets, programs, and activities and offer timely options, recommendations, and information to carry out the projects assigned. Coordinate taskers and maintain tasker tracker – clearance requests, report timelines, etc – among NEA/AC offices.
  • Provide necessary support in development and management of country program inventories and the associated NEA/AC database, including core documents, budget and project information, and information and reports for internal/external audiences on assistance programming strategies, plans, budgets, and performance.
  • Facilitate and serve as the point of contact for NEA/AC on information management; including the organization of country portfolio and budget data within the shared drive, SharePoint and online database systems, including, but not limited to Grant Solutions, Assistance Coordination Performance Reporting System (ACPRS), and NEA/AC inventory tracker.
  • Work closely with bureau planners to analyze and track foreign assistance budget documents, processes and, requirements and support the development, evaluation, and revision of NEA’s strategy documents through management of working groups, source documentation, and taskers.
  • Assist in designated NEA/AC special projects, as directed by division chief or governing supervisor.
  • Provide technical knowledge management support to staff, including information technology (IT) support work for the office, such as serving as website administrator, resetting passwords, managing user/group permissions, and basic troubleshooting.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • 10 Plus Years Subject Matter Expertise, primarily in the financial field.
  • Extensive expert knowledge of Department of State financial operations (both domestic and overseas financial operations).
  • Specific expert knowledge of Department of State regional bureau financial operations and processes.
  • Knowledge of Department of State financial systems.
  • Extensive experience in financial management of Department of State overseas missions.
  • Experience with Department of State cost reimbursement system for overseas administrative support services.
  • Working knowledge of personal computers and general administrative practices.

WORK ENVIRONMENT
 Controlled climate office environment.

 
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