Communications and Reporting Officer

Bamako, Mali USAID
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USAID/Mali has an immediate opening for an experienced AIDU.S. Resident HirePersonal Service Personal Services Contract Communications and Reporting Officer (CRO) who will play will be responsible for managing a range of communications special projects from preparing background sections for the new strategy to responding to communications-related tasks from Washington. Additionally, the incumbent will be responsible for overseeing USAID and inter-agency reporting requirements i.e., the Operational Plan, Performance and Planning Report, Mission Resource Request, and ad-hoc requests. S/he will work closely with all USAID/Mali offices and with relevant U.S. Embassy agencies and sections to guide them through the completion of key documents. S/he will play an important quality assurance role, advising USAID on policies, procedures, and guidelines related to the reporting requirements. In addition to maintaining schedules of deliverables and reviewing cross-agency inputs, the CRO will be asked to draft certain sections of the reports (text and graphs) in addition to editing and packaging the reports. S/he may also be assigned other specific tasks related to key Program Office functions as the need arises.
The CRO will review and draft sections of key documents for Program Office and USAID Front Office final approval that outline the strategic and programmatic direction and evaluation of USAID and U.S. Embassy programs.
To be considered for this position applicants must meet the following minimum qualifications:
– United States citizenship and Malian Resident at time of hire;
– Hold an undergraduate degree. Relevant majors include (but are not limited to)economics, communications/English, Political Science, government, sociology/rural sociology, public administration, international development, human rights, business administration/management, development/area studies; and social studies;
– Have at least five years of relevant professional experience in a field related to (but not limited to) reporting, writing/editing, and communication. Previous experience with U.S. Government agencies, other donor or international organizations, consulting companies, public relations, press or communications is preferred. Relevant experience is defined as some combination of experience in developing, managing, evaluating and assessing projects; performance-based management and budgeting; strategic planning; communications (document preparation, editing, presentation preparation, etc.) and project reporting. Please note:For applicants meeting the minimum qualifications, further consideration and selection will be based on panel assessment of the selection factors listed in the detailed statement of duties which is at U.S. Embassy main entrance guard booth. (USAID Mali, c/o American Embassy, ACI 2000, B.P. 34, Bamako, Mali
Human Resources Management Office – Email: bamakoaidmalipsc@usaid.govor at U.S. Embassy main entrance by May 26, 2015 at 17h00 GMT
« At the time of hire applicants must be resident hires. Resident Hire means a U.S. citizen who, at the time of hire as a PSC, resides in the cooperating country:
as a spouse or dependent of a U.S. citizen employed: (A) by a U.S. government agency; or (B) under any U.S. government-financed contract or agreement; or (C) under any other contract or agreement that provides for repatriation to the United States; or
for reasons other than employment: (A) with a U.S. government agency; or (B) under any U.S. government financed contract or agreements; or (C) under any other contract or employment arrangement that provides for repatriation to the United States;
A U.S. citizen for purposes of this definition also includes persons who at the time of contracting are lawfully admitted permanent residents of the United States. »

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