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MCC's mission is to reduce poverty through economic growth. Our model is defined by principles of selectivity, country ownership, transparency, and a focus on results. Our values identify who we are and what is important to us. MCC's values are CLEAR - Collaboration, Learning, Excellence, Accountability and Respect. We recruit staff that will embody and uphold these values.

This position is located in the Department of Administration and Finance, at the MCC.  The mission of the Department is to drive MCC’s world-class organizational effectiveness by collaborating with our partners to optimize flexibility, improve efficiency, and deliver quality results.


The Deputy Vice President (DVP) of the Department of Administration and Finance serves as a key member of the Department's Management team and reports directly to the Vice President (VP) of A&F. As DVP you will:  

  • Direct the development and management of administrative (i.e., HR, IT, contracts/grants, facilities, diversity, security) and financial management programs, policies and services that support critical MCC operations and ensure that all programs and functions are carried out in accordance with applicable laws, rules and regulations; and provide executive-level leadership and direction to ensure that goals and objectives of the Department are the appropriate strategic direction, priorities, resources and executed properly; and that these initiatives are carefully monitored to ensure progress.
  • Direct and supervise departmental operations and programs through subordinate supervisors; identify ways to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of departmental business processes; and actively supports and implements MCC's equal opportunity program.
  • Coordinate and manage integrated projects involving other functional areas within the Corporation, as well as other Federal agencies and NGO’s and present recommended solutions to administrative and financial management program issues; and provide leadership and direction in managing projects which cross organizational and jurisdictional lines in matters pertaining to critical MCC administration and operations. 
  • Serve as the VP's trouble shooter and confidant where particular sensitive or controversial matters arise that require an especially high degree of tact, diplomacy, and program knowledge. This includes, serving as technical expert and senior advisor to the senior staff; and conducting the necessary fact finding, analysis and briefing the VP regarding proposed recommendations for action.