Checchi and Company Consulting, Inc. (www.checchiconsulting.com) is seeking a detail-oriented and energetic Deputy Program Manager to support ongoing contracts and new business development activities. Responsibilities include recruiting and mobilizing consultants, providing administrative and logistical support to overseas projects, reviewing and editing technical reports, and assisting with proposal development. Some overseas travel may be required. Excellent organizational, communication and writing skills required. One or more years of related experience in the international development community and/or with U.S. Government contractors preferred. Interested candidates should email a resume and a brief cover letter to email@example.com (please put “Deputy Program Manager” in the subject line of your message). Only finalists will be contacted. No phone calls, please. EOE.
About the Organization
Checchi and Company Consulting, Inc. (Checchi) has worked in international development for over 40 years. The company has operated in more than 140 countries, including a number of fragile states and post-conflict zones, and has implemented nearly 300 long-term contracts. Checchi’s principal areas of specialization include rule of law, anticorruption and monitoring and evaluation (M&E). Since launching one of the first international rule of law practices in the late 1980s, Checchi has provided technical assistance and training in the core areas of improving access to justice; court systems administration; legislative and policy reform; judicial training and legal education; public legal awareness; and security sector reform. The company has implemented a number of long- and short-term activities focused exclusively on anticorruption. In addition, many of Checchi’s rule of law projects have included significant anticorruption components and activities. Checchi’s M&E work encompasses projects in more than 50 countries and spans the spectrum of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed approaches to managing and evaluating performance.