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    The position is located in the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs , Office of Knowledge Management, Technical Advisory Division, Justice and Corrections (INL/KM/TAD). The Foreign Affairs Officer manages a staff of federal and contract foreign affairs, justice, and corrections professionals.  The office provides expert advisory, operational, and oversight support for foreign assistance programs aimed at reforming and/or developing criminal justice systems overseas.

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    • Monitors developing world events and political/economic situations in host country and/or countries and develops, coordinates, and implements criminal justice programs.
    • Oversees a team of federal and contractor personnel, manages workflow, ensures timely completion of taskings from throughout the Department, leads and coordinates long- and short-range planning, and provides for professional development of staff.
    • Serves as a recognized technical authority on criminal justice programs, and collaborates with the Office Director, Division Chief, and senior INL managers in developing policies, strategies, programs. and work plans.
    • Provides motivation and counseling, and tailors assignments based on the nature and complexity of work, working conditions, and employee training needs. Encourages and cultivates a workplace that models good leadership practices.
    • Liaises with senior management up to the A/S level within the Department, other USG agencies, host governments, and,multilateral organizations to contribute technical analyses and assessments of complex law enforcement and foreign policy issues.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - Occasional domestic and overseas travel required.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0130 Foreign Affairs

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