USPSC, Economic Recovery and Market Systems (ERMS) Technical Advisor

USAID/Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance

About the organization

The ERMS Technical Advisor is an integral part of the ERMS sector on the Food Security and Livelihoods team within OFDA’s PSPM Division. The ERMS sector currently comprises one full time Lead Sector Advisor and one intermittent Support Relief Group ERMS Technical Advisor. Natural disasters and complex emergencies adversely affect local economies by destroying homes and businesses, damaging assets, and disrupting transportation and markets.

To help communities resume economic activity and rebuild their livelihoods, USAID/OFDA supports ERMS activities in disaster-affected communities, as well as interventions that build the capacity of people to prepare for and respond to future disasters. ERMS interventions strengthen key market systems and help populations restore livelihoods and purchasing power. USAID/OFDA-supported economic recovery programs complement individual and community efforts to recover from a disaster and help to avoid reliance on continued humanitarian aid.


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GS-12 ($83,398- $108,422) or GS-13 ($99,172 - $128,920)

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