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This position is located in the Washington, DC Commuting Area within one of our bureaus or independent offices within the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).Learn more about this agency
USAID is the world’s premier international development agency and a catalytic actor driving development results. USAID’s work advances U.S. national security and economic prosperity, demonstrates American generosity, and promotes a path to recipient self-reliance and resilience. The purpose of foreign aid should be ending the need for its existence, and we provide development assistance to help partner countries on their own development journey to self-reliance – looking at ways to help lift lives, build communities, and establish self-sufficiency.
As an Administrative Officer, your duties may include some of the following:
- Serving as an expert and subject matter resource on the development and implementation of administrative policies and requirements to support major agency organizations; review and interpret regulations, agency and government-wide policies and directive materials, and initiate the appropriate actions necessary to implement new or revised policies or procedures to ensure the organization’s compliance;
- Providing expert advisory, consultative, and technical services to employees, agency program line supervisors and managers on a broad range of human resources issues that involve complex and controversial issues; serve as the primary liaison to with the Bureau for Management, Office of Human Capital Talent Management (HCTM), the Office Of Security (SEC), and other collaborating partner offices;
- Managing and coordinating a variety of personnel functions, including: Foreign Service and Civil Service position management; recruitment, staffing action preparation and coordination; performance evaluation coordination; awards recognition, employee training programs, and other areas;
- Serving as a partnering stakeholder in administrative and management programmatic activities by formulating and recommending process improvements or revisions to policies and procedures;
- Managing the provision of equipment/property and office operational services necessary to support the B/IO (e.g., IT hardware and software, specialized automated systems, telecommunications, copiers, and office supplies);
- Tracking, analyzing, and maintaining a wide range of financial management and budget information and instruments pertaining to obligations and expenditures, procurement, financial projections, and interagency and multi-year funding sources in order to identify issues concerning the adequacy/accuracy of data; and
- Serving as a COR/AOR or serve on technical panels related to procurements.
Occasional travel - Travel may vary depending on the needs of the Office, but may not exceed 25% of the incumbent's time.
13 - The full performance level of this position is the GS-13 grade level.
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