Although the position is advertised equivalent to SES/SL in pay, MCC uses a pay banded system to compensate employees. This position is pay band MC-2B which is generally equal to SES/SL pay only.Learn more about this agency
The first cutoff date for referral of applications is 05/08/2020. If no selection is made, applications will be referred until a selection is made or on 05/29/2020.
As Deputy Vice President (DVP) of the Sector Operations Division, the incumbent serves as a key member of DCO's management team, taking responsibility for all operations within one of DCO's four management divisions. As such, he/she serves as a member of the senior staff of the Department of Compact Operations and works in close coordination with the three other DCO divisions, while reporting to the Vice President for Compact Operations. As Deputy Vice President, you will:
- Formulate and implement plans to improve the Sector Operations Division's organizational structure and processes and advise and assist the Vice President on broader MCC policies, practices, and guidelines related to compact development and implementation.
- Advise and assist the Vice President on broader MCC policies, practices, and guidelines related to compact development and implementation.
- Lead the division by mobilizing, supervising, coordinating, and overseeing technical staff to conduct timely analyses, project development, due diligence, and project implementation oversight in the areas of agriculture and land; fiscal accountability; gender and social inclusion; human and community development; and procurement.
- Mobilize human and financial resources to ensure that technical advice, oversight, and assistance inform the development and implementation of MCC compact programs.
- Advance department and corporate priorities, including identifying opportunities to advance the agency's strategic plan. Formulate remediation strategies to resolve problems that could elevate implementation risks, generate Congressional scrutiny, create undue liability for the agency, or have other major impacts on MCC's programs.
- Provide intellectual leadership on a broad range of agency policies and practices that affect operations and to contribute to the refinement of MCC's model for developing and implementing investments in developing countries.
- Identify ways to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of DCO business processes; implement new initiatives and policies promulgated by legislation, the CEO's office, the Board of Directors, and MCC senior management; and participate in strategic planning and strategic objectives through the development of a Division performance plan.
- Represent MCC to a broad array of stakeholders and partners including senior foreign government officials; and consult and collaborate with high-ranking officials in other U.S. agencies and departments, congressional staff, executives in the private sector, and leaders of civil society and non- governmental organizations.
- Make public presentations at domestic and international seminars on MCC's programs and policies, as well as technical areas related to MCC operations.
- Exercise technical and administrative supervision of subordinates ensuring a continuing affirmative application of MCC policies concerning equal opportunity.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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