About the Agency
The incumbent independently performs administrative management functions that service and/or fulfill a number of organizational requirements. Applies existing and new policies, provides advice onrequirements, matintains databases that reflect the fulfilment and/or status of administrative requirements and/or systems, oprepares administrative paperwork, and maintains an awareness of the status of the organization's personnel actions.
As an Administrative Officer, you will gather information, identify and analyze issues, and develop recommendations to resolve complex organizational problems, or develop and implement organizational policies and procedures. Project organizational requirements through analysis of historical and current activities, and anticipated program initiatives, priorities, and manpower trends; ensure management is provided with organizational reports, projections, and recommendations. Serves as part of the Bureau’s management team to coordinate the implementation of USAID administrative programs and systems, such as application of new performance management procedures, or implementation of new records management standards and policies. Provide policy guidance and direction to managers and other officials to implement policies on organizational or program improvement initiatives. Define goals to be met on major program issues, recommend a course of action, and implement the alternative policies chosen for various administrative areas of the organization, such as records management, performance management, awards, training, travel, or safety programs.