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Tulsa, OK 74101
Program Analyst, Singapore, OCONUS (ID# 15835)
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The candidate will provide logistics support for program implementation of capacity building programs (i.e. workshops, training, and technical assistance) including planning, budgeting, implementation, and audit for the Bureau of East Asia and Pacific Affairs (EAP) under the Department at State, at the U.S. Embassy, in Singapore
- Manages funding to support program implementation of capacity building programs including planning, budgeting, implementation, and audit for programs that may include the U.S.-ASEAN Smart Cities Partnership, Cybersecurity capacity building, and the Lower Mekong Initiative.
- Drafts solicitations for proposals and evaluating submitted concept notes and proposals, including technical and budget sections. Evaluating and documenting information from multiple stakeholders and sources. Works with Contract Officers and Grant Officers to ensure that reporting requirements are met. The contractor will communicate and coordinate with a wide range of people to meet collaboration goals, including representatives of our allies and partners, from embassy personnel to utility officials, and people in the USG, the private sector, universities, and civil society.
- Supports colleagues and implementing partners in implementing developed content, ensuring that program implementation can adapt to changing circumstances. Ensures these changes are communicated appropriately to all interested parties. Regularly convenes the interagency working groups to share progress and obtain feedback.
- Supports the identification and resolution of issues or problems in programming, preferably before implementation. Communicates any issues or problems immediately to EAP to ensure their comprehensive resolution.
- Communicates regularly with the personnel providing logistics support services on programming, as appropriate depending on the timing and nature of the programming, to be determined by EAP on an ongoing basis.
- Regularly monitors how implementing partners’ content is created, organized, and named to ensure compliance with U.S. government standards. Uses that information to collect and report on indicators of success, collaborating closely with the Interagency, and other offices as appropriate.
- Supports program and initiative evaluations at specific intervals, determined by EAP colleagues, to verify achievement of program requirements. Collaborates closely with the EAP Bureau Monitoring and Evaluation Officer to design evaluations and to manage, analyze, and report evaluation results.
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