This position is located at 2100 Crystal City Drive, Arlington, VA., in the Bureau for Global Health, Office of HIV/AIDS, Strategic Coordination and Communications Division, Communications Branch (GH/OHA/SCC/COM).
Announcement AID-19-0116-DOT is open concurrently with this announcement and has an area of consideration of All US Citizens. You must apply separately to be considered under both announcements..
As a Supervisory Senior Communications Advisor, you will:
- Supervise a branch composed of professional and support staff employees up to the GS-14 level;provide human resources management functions, and the administrative and technical supervision necessary for accomplishing the work of the Branch.
- Develop and oversee implementation of an annual strategic communications plan; broaden awareness of the Bureau's HIV/AIDS programs both internally and externally; increase visibility across key stakeholder audiences;develop calendar of events and oversee its timeline and implementation.
- Review and evaluate existing strategies and communication plans for disseminating information about changes in program emphasis or content for a wide variety of subjects related to USAID's HIV/AIDS programs;determine the most expeditious and appropriate avenues for disseminating information to the Public and arranges for mass dissemination of information materials; and consult with the Bureau for Legislative and Public Affairs to ensure that the information disseminated is accurate, complete, intellectually honest, and that sensitive classified information is protected from unauthorized disclosure.
- Provide strategic input and contribute to the development of the Office of HIV/AIDS messaging;oversee logistics and flow of activities; oversee and coordinate creation of collateral and leverages internal and external communication channels, including social media, website and intranet, fact sheets, newsletters, country profiles, success stories, blogs and internal briefing documents to amplify and communicate messages.
- Coordinate a communication team to support the development and execution of the Office of HIV/AIDS communications strategy;promote a culture of high performance and continuous improvement that values learning and a commitment to quality; and mentor and develop the staff using a supportive and collaborative approach on a consistent basis.
25% or less - Occasional travel will be required.
14 - Full performance level is GS-14
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