of the organization and communicating to a wide global audience.
Primary activities include but are not limited to: Updating, disseminating, and providing guidance on local compensation policy and procedures; working with individual project offices to implement best practices; developing and maintaining country grade and
salary scales; gathering and maintaining relevant compensation information including salary surveys; providing subject matter expertise to projects in which compensation issues have been identified; and providing guidance to overseas staff and recruiters regarding
local compensation decisions.
In addition, this position will provide advice to new business teams regarding organization charts, and compensation-related information for proposals. It will also involve creating resources and tools for project HR managers that assist them in their day-to-day
HR duties. The role will require travel to country projects, when appropriate, to assist with start-up activities, deliver training, investigate complaints, and/or provide assistance to HR activities.
Minimum Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or other related field; a certification in Human Resources or Master’s degree is a plus. We are seeking a minimum of 6 years of relevant experience in international human resources, including
compensation. This role will require knowledge of NGO compensation practices in developing countries under a variety of funding mechanisms including contacts and cooperative agreements. Knowledge of USAID regulations and experience contributing to the development
of compensation practices in developing countries is also required. Willingness and ability to travel to developing countries is required. Foreign language ability is helpful.