IEA Corp., an EverWatch company is in search of an INL/GPP/TP Police
Peacekeeping Program Support Specialist in Washington, DC. This
position requires a Secret clearance but a candidate can start with an
interim Secret clearance.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Program Management Support
Provide program management support from Washington, DC for field
activities in International Police Peacekeeping Operations Support
* Assist in the coordination of logistics and program
administration, especially related to funding, travel, human rights
vetting, monitoring and evaluation.
* Assist with the
coordination of program activities with other key stakeholders
offices/agencies in Washington, DC and overseas.
* Provide timely
and effective communication with Embassies and other key
* Maintain master calendar of all training and
foreign assistance related activities for the police peacekeeping
* Assist with tracking spending and obligations for the
* Assist with preparing reports and other documents
related to reporting on the funding and activities of the program.
Under the supervision of the Branch Chief and/or Program Officer,
conducts U.S. partnership vetting according to USG policies and
prepares reports to the Branch Chief for action.
meetings, appointments, and conferences in accordance with branch
chief or program officer instructions, including reserving the
* Submit ECCs for travel in support of the
police peacekeeping programs or other GPP programs.
and maintain team records of various types that may be needed or will
assist in the efficient operation of the team. Ensure files have all
pertinent documents and signatures. Maintain and update file system
accurately to enable quick and efficient retrieval of information.
Perform file disposition actions accurately and in accordance with
* Manage accurate receipt, control,
logging, safekeeping, and necessary action on all classified material
* Assist with drafting and/or review of INL program
documents such as statements of work, terms of reference,
intergovernmental personnel agreements, letters of agreement,
interagency agreements, etc. in support of the police peacekeeping
* Track programmatic documents for clearance through the
process to completion, raising any issues to peacekeeping program
officer or INL/GPP office leadership.
* Assist the Branch Chief, Program Officer,
and other program staff with research and analytical support including
the design of country programs, outreach to international
organizations, partnership with foreign governments, and
implementation and oversight of field projects.
* Support senior
INL officials through research, analysis, and writing tasks on police
* Make careful and exhaustive searches for
information difficult to obtain, compile data, and make preliminary
analysis for the supervisor or other staff officers as
* Read incoming publications, regulations, and
directives that may be important to the activities of the staff. Refer
those of importance or interest to the team members and
* Assist in drafting program documents, including
meeting notes, briefing and decision memoranda, issue papers, trips
* Manage and proactively identify opportunities
for social media and outreach.
* Keep police peace keeping
documents up to date in SharePoint and on the programmatic
* Receive requests for information concerning police
peacekeeping and other INL/GPP/TP programs. From available background
data, assemble requested information or follow up to remind staff
members to submit required answers within the specified time.
Compose correspondence as directed, such as thank you letters,
acceptance of invitations, invitation letters, etc.
and track taskers for books for trips, conferences, etc.
* U.S. Citizen.
* A Bachelor’s
degree from an accredited institution.
* Four to six years’
experience in relevant field.
* Demonstrated ability to work on
projects and issues within overall policy guidelines.
Demonstrated skilled in oral and written communication, sufficient to
draft action and info memos, congressional testimony, press guidance
and congressional and general correspondence.
* Knowledge of
international narcotics and law enforcement issues.
* Active security clearance.
Demonstrated understanding of the theory, history, and current
challenges of peacekeeping.
* Demonstrated knowledge of key
concepts of international policing and rule of law.
Demonstrated experience working or living abroad.
familiarity with U.S. foreign policy issues and/or foreign assistance
* Demonstrated proficiency in English grammar,
punctuation, usage, and style and able to edit in a form suitable for
* Demonstrated skill and ability in managing
multiple concurrent activities of varying complexity, including
changing priorities and short turn-around times.
ability to establish and maintain effective relationships.
Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively and communicate well as
part of a diverse team.
* Demonstrated strong analytical skills,
attention to detail, well organized, resourceful, takes initiative,
and mission oriented; ability to creatively resolve problems.
Demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer service.