This position is located in the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of African Affairs within the Office of Security Affairs (AF/SA). The incumbent is responsible for managing security-related AF contracts and grants and monitoring the full range of Africa security issues and assisting with conflict management and building African security institutions and capacities, working through the inter-agency process and with Embassies overseas.Learn more about this agency
- At the GS-12 level, the incumbent performs essentially the same duties as outlined below, however, the scope and complexity of assignments are of lesser responsibility and independence and receives closer supervision than the GS-13 level.
- Performs contract administration and management actions for pre-award, and closeout for grants and contracts.
- Consults and coordinates with stakeholders regarding the programmatic and other technical matters which may arise.
- Monitors political, economic, social, military and other significant developments and trends in Africa in order to gauge the effectiveness of and facilitate, efforts to achieve U.S. security policy objectives.
- Participates in meetings with agencies of foreign governments and multilateral organizations to contribute technical analyses and assessments of issues and alternatives to decision makers.
- Drafts, clears, and recommends policy and procedures implementation guidance for use by posts in assigned countries.
Occasional travel - Travel to Africa, Europe, and locations in the United States is required. Travel is up to three to four weeks annually and less than 30 consecutive days.
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