Junior Budget Analyst

Bamako, Mali USAID
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USAID/Mali – Development Program Specialist (Junior Budget Analyst)
Brief Description of Position: The DPS (Junior Budget Analyst) works in the USAID/Mali Mission Program Office. S/he serves as a full-time member of the USAID/Mali Office, working to ensure that team and Mission budget analysis and reporting requirements are met. The assistance budget to USAID/Mali is approximately $120 million/year. S/he assists the Budget Team under the overall leadership of the Supervisory Program Officer in the performance of program management functions of planning, budgeting, and reporting, of the USAID assistance budget to Mali. S/he provides analysis and reporting services to USAID/Washington, U.S. Mission in Mali, Government of Mali, and Donors Community on USAID/Mali programs, development objectives, areas of program concentration, alignment with GOM plans and resources. S/he will also be assigned other specific task critical to planning, execution, management, and tracking of USAID/Mali Program.
Minimum Qualifications: To be considered for this position, applicants must meet the minimum qualifications.
Malian citizens or local residents at the time of application;
A university degree (Bachelor) in accounting, business administration, social sciences or related fields is required.
Minimum of five (5) years of progressively responsible work experience in budgeting, accounting or financial management is required. This experience should be done in development assistance, or related work with the U.S government, host government or civil society organizations, private sector or other donor agencies. Experience in planning, budgeting, or in an administrative area where emphasis is placed on analysis is required
Level IV proficiency in English and Level IV proficiency in French required. Proficiency in local languages would be advantageous.
A good working knowledge of program management and budgeting systems and general procedures is required, along with a general knowledge of the development context of Mali. Must possess knowledge of the principles of effective teamwork.
How to obtain Solicitation: Detailed statement of duties and the qualification requirements for the position are available on the USAID website https://www.usaid.gov/mali/partnership-opportunities/local-vacancy, and U.S. Embassy website https://mali.usembassy.gov
Where to submit application:
Email Applications:  submit your application on bamakohrmvacancies@usaid.gov
Local Address for Application Submission:
Supervisory Executive Officer
U.S Agency for International Development
BP 34, Bamako-Mali
Application deadline is Thursday, February 2, 2017 at 5:00 pm

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