The Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, Office of Western Hemisphere Programs (INL/WHP) manages about $600 million in annual foreign assistance to build partner nation capacity to address drug and crime threats, and coordinates programs and policies to ensure effective implementation of assistance in support of national security goals. The incumbent will work on a regional/country portfolio or on regional strategy development and implementation.Learn more about this agency
- At the GS-12, the incumbent performs essentially the same duties as outlined below however, the scope and complexity of the assignments are of less responsibility and independence and receives closer than normal supervision than the GS-13.
- Develops procedural recommendations and methods for effective program execution, evaluation, or advocacy. Identifies and clarifies issues related to program requirements and evaluates accomplishments against established implementation goals.
- Advises on, administers, supervises, or performs research or other professional work in the formulation and direction of foreign affairs or in the study and disposition of information bearing on international relations.
- Gathers, reviews and interprets information and data submitted by overseas posts, other Federal agencies, non-governmental organizations, and/or international sources.
Occasional travel - Occasional domestic and overseas travel may be required.
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