USPSC Award Process and Management Specialist

USAID/Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance

About the organization

To achieve OFDA’s mandate to provide timely life-saving and emergency humanitarian assistance, OFDA strives to ensure consistent, organization-wide compliance of USG and USAID acquisition and assistance policy and legal requirements while maintaining maximum efficiency, effectiveness, and flexibility in its award making and management processes.

Given the complexity, dollar value, speed, and volume of OFDA programs, OFDA created the AARM Team to provide technical expertise and resources to ensure OFDA’s award, audit, and risk management business processes, systems, internal guidance, tools, and related trainings are effective and strengthen OFDA’s humanitarian assistance programs.

The OFDA Award Process and Management Specialist is an integral member of the AARM Team within the PS Division. The position is based in Washington, D.C. with occasional travel to the field to support implementation, monitoring, and oversight of programs, operations, and technical compliance.


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GS-11 ($72,030 - $93,638) or GS-12 ($86,335 - $112,240)

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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