Job Overview


On March 27, 2009 President Barack Obama announced a new strategy for Afghanistan and the region, clearly defining Afghanistan and Pakistan as the top foreign policy priorities for the current Administration.  Hence, the Office of Afghanistan and Pakistan Affairs was developed to manage the development programs in these regions. The Office of Afghanistan and Pakistan Affairs manages a program of over $5 billion for both countries. 

USAID is an independent Federal Government agency that receives overall foreign policy guidance from the Secretary of State.  With headquarters in Washington, D.C., USAID fosters transformational development around the world.  Our work supports economic growth and trade; agriculture and the environment; education and training; democracy and governance; global health; global partnerships and humanitarian assistance.  We operate in four regions of the world:  Sub-Saharan Africa; Asia and the Near East; Latin America and the Caribbean; and Europe and Eurasia.  USAID employees in the Civil Service and Foreign Service, as well as individuals employed through Personal Service Contracts, must adhere to our Counter Trafficking in Persons Code of Conduct.  For information on the effort to counter all forms of human trafficking, including the procurement of commercial sex acts and the use of forced labor, visit  For more information about USAID, visit
As a Program Analyst, you will be responsible for duties such as controlling funds, financial obligations, preparing financial strategies, and conducting briefings related to federal budget regulations.  This position is located in the Office of Afghanistan and Pakistan Affairs, Strategic Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation Division.


As a Program Analyst, you will: control funding requests, obligations, program expenditures and accounts; analyze use of funds, present budget proposal and statistical data to senior management; streamline financial strategies related to Federal Budget Regulations; develop financial policies, procedures and practices for regions within Afghanistan and Pakistan.