IEA Corp., an EverWatch company is in search of an INL/AME North
Africa and the Sahel Program Advisor in Washington, DC. This position
requires a Top Secret/SCI clearance but a candidate can start with a
Top Secret clearance.
The North Africa and the Sahel Program
Advisor provides programmatic, contractual, logistical, and
administrative support to the INL/AME North Africa and the Sahel team
to assist with all regional and bilateral portfolios. The Program
Advisor will assist the INL/AME North Africa and the Sahel Team Lead
and the other INL/AME North Africa and the Sahel team Program Officers
in the development, implementation, and monitoring of the INL programs
throughout the region. The Program Advisor will also work with his/her
counterparts, such as INL sections at embassies, INL/EX, INL/CAP,
etc., to ensure that INL programs address the priorities of the
Department, Bureau, and post and that the programs are on track to
meet outlined goals. The Program Advisor will organize and attend
meetings, research background information, draft papers, review
reports, and provide other programmatic and budget support related to
the assigned portfolio in consultation with the Team Lead. The Program
Advisor will regularly
travel in support of the INL/AME programs
to the region.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
* Assist in design and
implementation of INL programing through regular reporting,
maintaining up-to-date project files, ensuring regular communication
with posts and implementing partners, and ensuring programmatic
activities support INL, Department, and U.S. government
* Track program budgets and pipelines for assigned
* Support and advise the North Africa and the Sahel
team in the coordination and obligation of funding onto INL
implementing mechanisms, to include but not limited to contracts,
grants, interagency agreements, and letters of agreement.
Assist in drafting documents such as Statements of Work (SOWs), Notice
of Funding Opportunities (NOFOs), Interagency Agreements, Letters of
Agreements, and program and project work plans and facilitate
* Assist in compiling and analyzing program
budget data, including project development and support costs and
* Assist in the preparation of programmatic and
budgetary justifications, overviews, and responses to Department
* Assist in preparing program and project
justifications and responses to congressional and oversight
committees, including OMB, GAO, OIG, and the House and Senate
committees on foreign appropriations.
* Assist in the preparation
of background materials, reports, speeches, briefings, meeting notes,
press guidance, and testimony on North Africa and Sahel issues for use
* Provide advice and support for budget and monitoring
& evaluation efforts related to North Africa and the Sahel
* Follow Department and office rules, regulations, and
policies and protect sensitive and classified material.
* U.S. Citizenship.
* A Bachelor’s
degree from an accredited institution.
* Two to four years’
experience in relevant field.
* Demonstrated knowledge of Federal
regulations in regard to area of specific need.
* Proficient in
Microsoft Office Suite.
* Demonstrated experience facilitating
* Demonstrated superior interpersonal
skills and proven ability to work well with others.
Demonstrated excellent and demonstrated written and oral briefing
* Demonstrated knowledge of project or program planning
* Demonstrated experience with project or program
* Demonstrated superior attention to detail and
experience meeting tight deadlines in a fastpaced, office
* Demonstrated experience and understanding of
political, cultural, and criminal issues in the North Africa and Sahel
* Current Top Secret Security clearance, eligible for
* A Graduate degree in a relevant field.
* More than
two (02) years of demonstrated experience with implementing foreign
assistance and/or demonstrated knowledge of INL responsibilities and
* Demonstrated experience overseeing, managing,
and/or advising on criminal justice reform programs or projects
preferably in North Africa and the Sahel.
experience working with U.S. government grants and contracts.
Demonstrated French or Arabic language skills.
experience overseeing, managing, and/or advising on gender-related
programs or projects.