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The program manager works closely with an array of government counterparts in the U.S. and abroad to devise and execute program activities intended to build partner capacity of security sector forces globally. The candidate is responsible for programmatic and technical oversight of U.S. security assistance programs in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. The candidate is also responsible for attending interagency and international meetings on program development and coordinating with other U.S. Government departments and agencies. Candidates must also have an understanding of the various international regimes and policies related to security sector reform, defense institutional capacity building and security cooperation activities. Successful candidates will have experience with program management and policy analysis, work well in a collaborative environment, think creatively, thrive under pressure, and be able to adjust to shifting priorities quickly. Candidates will possess effective diplomatic, time management, and oral and written communication skills.
· Minimum Years of Experience: 3 years of relevant experience supporting U.S. government agencies
· Degree in social science, international relations, public administration, or evaluation
· Strong analytical and organization skills with attention to detail and experience with working in collaborative team environment
· Active Security Clearance at the SECRET level
· Advanced degree in international relations, international security studies, political science, or equivalent
· Experience with large-scale program management and evaluation, including foreign or security assistance initiatives
· Outstanding communication, diplomacy, team work, and project management skills
· Knowledge of U.S. government monitoring and evaluation policies
· International travel is required to perform the work
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