Supervisory Program Analyst
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Job Description

 

SALARY RANGE:

$123,758.00 to $155,500.00 / Per Year

OPEN PERIOD:

Friday, March 16, 2012 to Thursday, March 29, 2012

SERIES & GRADE:

GS-0343-15

POSITION INFORMATION:

Permanent - Full-Time

PROMOTION POTENTIAL:

15

DUTY LOCATIONS:

1 vacancy(s) in the following locations:
District Of Columbia County, DC, USView Map

WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED:

Current agency employees with competitive status.


JOB SUMMARY:


USAID’s headquarters is centrally located in downtown Washington, DC, at the prestigious Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center on 14th and Pennsylvania Avenue N.W. We are located right on the Federal Triangle Metro (Blue and Orange Lines). The office is within walking distance of restaurants, shops, Smithsonian Institution museums and Washington Monument. USAID is listed as one of the top ten best places to work in the federal Government by the Office of Personnel Management’s survey.


This position is located in the Bureau for Europe and Eurasia, European Country Affairs Division (E&E/ECA).  The Bureau for Europe and Eurasia is physically located at SA44, 301 4th Street, Federal Center Plaza, Washington D.C. 

 

E&E/ECA is the focus for all USAID development assistance matters for Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Cyprus, Ireland and non-presence countries. 


KEY REQUIREMENTS



DUTIES:


Oversees critical work related to the conceptualization, design, documentation, and/or management of programs that affect inter-agency policy in the area of international cooperation.

 

Advises senior management on donor coordination matters relating to the country area or region. Maintains contacts with host government embassy representatives, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, other donors and international organizations, other USAID bureaus, the Department of State and other USG agencies.

 

Communicates concerns and views on Missions activities to Mission staff.

 

Assists Mission in developing positions on issues, problems and programs. Interprets the Mission’s position to USAID/W, other USG organizations, bilateral and multilateral donors and non-governmental organizations

 

Provides technical expertise and advice as necessary for the identification, design, redesign, development, implementation, evaluation, monitoring and coordination of program as well as non-project activities.

 

Represents Bureau interests on matters related to the Bureau at, high-level intra-agency bilateral meetings both in Washington and in the field, as well as external forums, including at conferences, seminars, etc.

 

Assesses and reports to Bureau and Agency management, colleagues and counterparts in other agencies, on the effectiveness of mission’s programs or operations in meeting established goals and objectives.

 

Analyzes and evaluates, on a quantitative or qualitative basis, region-wide programs as they affect the country-level programs across the regions.

 

Prepares and/or delivers presentations, briefing papers, position papers, and speeches for both inteernal and external audiences.

 


QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:


Grade 15:
Qualifying experience for the GS-15 level includes one year of specialized experience at least equivalent to GS-14. Example of specialized experience- Mastery of program and organizational analysis principles, methods, practices and techniques; analytical methods, and interpersonal relations practices.

Planning and Evaluating-Organizes work, sets priorities, and determines resource requirements; determines short-or -long-term goals and strategies to achieve them; coordinates with other organizations or parts of the organization to accomplish goals;monitors progress and evaluates outcomes.

 

Leadership - Inspires, motivates and guides others toward goal accomplishment; coaches, mentors, and challenges subordinates; adapts leadership styles to a variety of situations; models high standards of honesty, integrity, trust, openness, and respect for the individual by applying these values to daily behaviors.

 

Oral Communication - Expresses information (for example, ideas or facts) to individuals or groups effectively, taking into account the audience and nature of the information (for example, technical, sensitive, controversial); makes clear and convincing oral presentations; listens to others, attends to nonverbal cues, and responds appropriately.

 

Problem Solving - Identifies and analyzes problems; distinguishes between relevant and irrelevant information to make logical decisions; provides solutions to individual and organizational problems.

 

Written Communication – Expresses facts and ideas in writing in a succinct and organized manner.

 

Project Management - Applies principles, methods, or tools for developing, scheduling, coordinating, monitoring, evaluating, and managing projects and resources, including technical performance.

 

Team Work-Skill and ability to work with team members to achieve specific tasks, produce work products and services, and meet program and production goals.

 

HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:


BASIS OF RATING:
Qualified applicants receive a score of 70 to 100 before veteran’s preference points are applied (if applicable). You will be rated based on your qualifications for this position as evidenced by the education, experience, and training you report relative to this position that show the degree to which you possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed on this vacancy announcement. USAID must be able to conduct reference checks as part of its assessment process. Applicants who do not permit reference checks from previous employers may be disqualified.


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BENEFITS:


Working for the USAID offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes, in part, paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, life insurance, health benefits, and participation in the Federal Employees Retirement System. USAID headquarters is centrally located in downtown Washington, DC, at the prestigious Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center on 14th and Pennsylvania Avenue N.W. We are located right on the Federal Triangle Metro (Blue and Orange Lines). The office is within walking distance of restaurants, shops, Smithsonian Institution museums and Washington Monument. There is also a physical fitness facility and food court on site. EEO Policy Statement: http://www.usajobs.gov/eeo Reasonable Accommodation Policy Statement: http://www.usajobs.gov/raps Veterans Information: http://www.usajobs.gov/vi.


OTHER INFORMATION:


These are Testing Designated Positions (TDPs) under the Agency’s approved Drug-Free Work Place Program. All applicants selected for this position will be subject to random drug testing once they begin working for the Agency. All applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, political affiliation, age, sex, sexual orientation, physical disabilities, membership in an employee organization, or any other non-merit factors. This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify the agency. The decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis. Moving expenses are not authorized. Relocation expenses are not authorized.



HOW TO APPLY:


How to Apply Applications for this position are being processed through an on-line applicant assessment system that has been specifically configured for US Agency for International Development applicants. To begin the application process, please click on the “Apply Online” button to the right. All applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, political affiliation, age, sex, sexual orientation, physical disabilities, membership in an employee organization, or any other non-merit factors. The following instructions outline our application process. You must complete this application process and submit any required documents by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time (ET) on the closing date of this announcement. We are available to assist you during business hours (normally 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday). If applying online poses a hardship, please contact us by noon ET on the announcement’s closing date.

Step 1 - Create or Upload a resume with USAJOBS (www.usajobs.gov) - We suggest you go to the end of the Qualifications & Evaluation section of the job announcement to preview the online questions that you will answer in Step 3. You may need to customize your resume to ensure that it supports your responses to these questions. - You may create a resume in USAJOBS or upload one of your own choosing. Although you must enter your Social Security Number (SSN) for USAJOBS, we will only see the last four digits for identification purposes.

Step 2 - Apply Online
Click the “Apply Online” link of this announcement and then select the resume you wish to submit with your application. You will be redirected to the USAID’s CareerConnector website to complete the application process.

Step 3 - Answer the Online Questions and Submit Your Online Application If this is your first time on USAID’s CareerConnector website, you will be prompted to register by answering questions related to your eligibility for Federal employment. The system will save these responses and take you back to the main screen so that you can answer the job-specific questions. Select “Take me to the assessment” and click on the “Continue” button to answer the job-specific questions. You must answer all the questions and click the “Finished” button.

Step 4 - Review and Confirm Your Submission
You will now have the option to upload a document or print fax cover-sheets for your required documents (see step 5 for details). Once you click “Done,” you will see a summary of your application for your review. You may also print a copy for your records. When you click “Finished” at the bottom of the page, you will then be directed back to USAJOBS where you can confirm that your application has been submitted and track your application status.

Step 5 - Submit Required Documents
You can submit any required documents (discussed below) by document upload or fax. Whichever method you choose, please include the job announcement number with your documents. To protect your privacy, we encourage you to remove your SSN from any documents that you submit. Document Upload: You may upload supporting documents in one of two ways: 1. Once you finish answering the questions in the job announcement, you will be prompted to upload your document(s) to your application. You will be given the choice to either upload the document as part of the application process or you can select a document that you’ve already loaded on USAJOBS. Or 2. You can upload a document to an existing application by logging into your USAJOBS account profile. Click on “My Applications” and search for the vacancy. Once you have located the vacancy, click on the vacancy and select “Apply Online.” Move through your existing application to the Documents page and select Upload in order to add a document to your application. Be certain to review your complete application for confirmation that the document uploaded. In the Application Review section, you may verify acceptance of your documents in CareerConnector if you see them listed on the “Vacancy Documents” screen. Then, click on “Finished” to be returned to USAJOBS. Fax: Create a fax cover-sheet in CareerConnector by following the “Faxing Supporting Documentation” instructions. The fax number will be on the cover-sheet.


REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:


Resume showing relevant experience Copy of most recent SF-50 (Notice of Personnel Action) Supporting documentation if applying under any of the special hiring authorities


What to expect


Applicants are evaluated using an automated applicant assessment system. After determining basic eligibility and qualifications, the supplemental questionnaire will be used to identify the best qualified applicants to be referred to the hiring manager for further consideration and possible interviews. We will notify you of the outcome after each of these steps has been completed. After making a tentative job offer, we will conduct a suitability/security background investigation. A final job offer is contingent upon satisfactorily passing the background investigation and obtaining the proper security clearance.


AGENCY CONTACT INFO:

Client Care Team
Phone: 202-712-0460
Fax: 202-630-0056
Email: csprecruitment@usaid.gov
Agency Information:
United States Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington , DC
20523-0016
US
Fax: 202-630-0056


WHAT TO EXPECT NEXT:


Applicants are evaluated using an automated applicant assessment system. After determining basic eligibility and qualifications, the supplemental questionnaire will be used to identify the best qualified applicants to be referred to the hiring manager for further consideration and possible interviews. We will notify you of the outcome after each of these steps has been completed.

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