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Overseas Positions in Afghanistan

 
 

I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday!   I have spent the afternoon on a flight to Northern Maine and will continue, from there, northeast into New Brunswick Canada.  I had hoped to make it in time for Christmas Dinner with my relatives but a snow storm in the area has caused me to delay my trip into Canada.  So my holiday is very quiet as I decided to avoid snow and ice covered roads and be safe.  I had not planned to recruit during the coming week or until 2012. However,  I am sending this announcement because one of my client has received a Task Order which must be responded to within 14 days.  I am accepting applicants for the four jobs below (Chief of Party, DCOP, and two Regional Program Managers.) These are needed for an anticipated  project  in Afghanistan that is expected to start in March 2012. I am now posting my positions on my website, full position descriptions for each of these assignments can be found on my website: http://www.internationalink.net/index.php/open-positions

Position:  Chief of Party/Operations Manager, USAID/OTI  program   in Afghanistan

Job Summary:  DynCorp International LLC (DI) is seeking Chief of Party (COP) candidates   that will be the lead DI employee in the assigned program. S/he will provide oversight of the program, supervision of program staff, manage overall in-country relations with relevant U.S. government (USG) entities, host government institutions, and local civil society partners, and ensure the program’s compliance with USAID and DI policies and regulations.  Full descriptions can be found on my website: http://www.internationalink.net/index.php/open-positions

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Position:  Deputy Chief of Party/Operations Manager, USAID/OTI program in Afghanistan

Start Date (expected):  March 2012

Job SummaryThe DCOP/Operations Manager is responsible to the project Chief of Party for all operations including directly managing and overseeing all aspects of administration, logistics, vehicles, procurement, budgeting, property inventory, and regular updating of financial disbursement information in the grants database. The Operations Manager also will ensure that program implementation is in accordance with USAID regulations and procedures and the specifications determined in the Task Order. Reporting to the Chief of Party, the Operations Manager supervises all operational field staff.                  Full descriptions can be found on my website: http://www.internationalink.net/index.php/open-positions

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Position:  Regional Program Manager (Eastern Afghanistan),USAID /OTI Afghanistan

Location:  Eastern Afghanistan

Start Date (expected):  March  2012

Job Summary:  The RPM will be, in conjunction with the Chief of Party, responsible for the program strategy and implementation in eastern Afghanistan. S/he will provide supervision, guidance and support of program staff and work with local civil society partners, and ensure the program’s compliance with USAID and DI policies and regulations…. Full descriptions can be found on my website: http://www.internationalink.net/index.php/open-positions    

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Position:  Regional Program Manager (South and Southwestern Afghanistan),USAID OTI /DynCorp Intl,

Location:  South and Southwestern Afghanistan

Start Date (expected):  March  2012

Job Summary:  The RPM will be, in conjunction with the Chief of Party, responsible for the program strategy and implementation in south and southwestern Afghanistan. S/he will provide supervision, guidance and support of program staff and work with local civil society partners, and ensure the program’s compliance with USAID and DI policies and regulations…. Full descriptions can be found on my website: http://www.internationalink.net/index.php/open-positions  

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How to Apply:Please send resume/CV and a completed USAID Biographical Data form (can be obtained at www.usaid.gov/forms/AID1420-17.doc ) by email to: linda.aines@internationalink.net.  Please include “(name of the positions)-Afghanistan” in the subject line.   Applicants will be reviewed only when all requested documents are received. You may find it beneficial to  include a cover letter that clearly addresses how you meet all of the requirements and include a list of three (3) referees. 

Deadline for Applications:  January 02, 2012 (late applications may be accepted for a few days after the deadline.)

Thank you for reviewing these positions and hope that if this does not match your area of expertise, you will forward to others who may be a good match. 

Warm regards and Happy New Year,

Linda Aines

AINES International Recruitment Services

Phone:  +802-558-8209

http://www.internationalink.net

 

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