Operations Officer, Asia and Americas

Project Concern International

About the organization

PCI’s mission is to empower people to enhance health, end hunger, overcome hardship and advance women & girls.

Duties

*Please note, this position can be based in San Diego, CA or Washington, D.C. *

The primary responsibility of the Operations Officer is the management of the day-to-day operational needs of PCI’s country programs in Asia and the Americas. The Operations Officer engages in the project lifecycle from proposal development to start-up, implementation and close-out, and is the main point of contact between the field staff and the different departments in the International Office (IO) for operational matters

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree required (in public health, international development, economics, public administration, finance or related field). Advanced degree in public health and/or development, with an emphasis on project management, grant management and administration, preferred.
4-6 years of experience in public health and/or international development fields required.
Familiarity with federal regulations on the administration of grants and cooperative agreements strongly preferred. Federal contract experience and knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) is a plus.
Fluency in English required. Advanced Spanish professional proficiency (writing/speaking) required.

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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