USPSC Management and Program Analyst
USAID/Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA)
About the organization
HBMO develops, maintains, and coordinates the Bureau’s critical business functions and processes in areas of acquisition and assistance, administrative management services, talent management, internal training, programmatic risk management, and audit management. The office is organized into five divisions, namely, Acquisition and Assistance; Award, Risk, and Performance Management; Human Resources and Administrative Management Services; Budget and Finance; and Information Technology Management. The Management and Program Analyst position is located in the Human Resources and Administrative Management Services Division (HRAMS), Administrative and Management Services (AMS) Team.
Working under the guidance and supervision of the AMS Team Leader or designee, the Management and Program Analyst will perform the following:
At the GS-9 Equivalent Level:
Serve as the primary point of contact for all AMS requests, including, but not limited to, ServiceNow, facility, and security clearances, ensuring that all requests meet the Agency standards and appropriate regulations.
Provide advice to office personnel regarding status of requests and the necessary documentation required.
Maintain documentation regarding status of security clearances, requests for clearances, and expirations of current clearances. Update the AMS request and security clearance tracking spreadsheets as necessary.
Prepare memorandums requesting approval of security clearance upgrades or requesting transfer of security clearances.
Prepare necessary paperwork and facilitate the processing of requests for new badges or replacement of lost badges.
Manage the office’s workstation assignment charts and assist in preparing staffing charts and tables for BHA and in response to BHA and Agency data calls, as necessary.
May assist with all aspects of employee onboarding that may include, but are not limited to account creations, remote token requests, and new employee orientation-related tasks.
May serve as BHA’s Telework Liaison Officer and coordinate required tasks with HBMO and other BHA offices.
For the education and experience requirements for this position, please view the solicitation at www.bhajobs.net.
Determines basic eligibility for the position. Offerors who do not meet all of the education and experience factors are considered NOT qualified for the position.
For the GS-9 equivalent level:
Bachelor's degree with significant study in or pertinent to a specialized field, including but not limited to, management, business administration plus two (2) years of experience working in management, human resources, administrative support services, and/or a related field. Experience with MS Word and Excel is required.
Master’s degree in management, human resources, accounting, international relations, humanitarian assistance, international development, and/or a related field plus one (1) years of experience working in management, human resources, business administration, administrative support services, and/or a related field. Experience with MS Word and Excel is required.
High School Diploma and at least six (6) years of experience working in government, a large organization, or a business setting, with responsibilities related to procurement, human resources, and other administrative support services. Experience with MS Word and Excel is required.
For the GS-11 equivalent level:
Bachelor's degree plus three (3) years of experience working in management, human resources, business administration, administrative support services,
Contact email: [email protected]
Please visit www.bhajobs.net for the full solicitation for this position.
Equal Opportunity Employment
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