support, and major procurement administration.
Primary activities include but are not limited to: research and give interpretations of all donor rules and regulations; give quality assurance to communications with donors on contractual and regulatory issues concerning award negotiations, modifications,
and requests for contractual approvals; review subawards and all supporting documentation including negotiation memos, budgets, program descriptions, and scope of work to ensure compliance with A/V and donor rules and regulations; take the technical lead in
rolling out the Subaward Grant Management software (SAMS); work with the EVP of Quality & Compliance to develop a guideline for staffing requirements and best practice operations to be utilized with SAMS; and travel to countries to provide training to grant
and technical staff about SAMS.
In addition, this position will be responsible for assisting in the design, development, and implementation of a streamlined process for procurement of goods and services with a focus on subcontracts for technical services and restricted commodities. This will
include designing a streamlined workflow from requisition to execution.
Minimum Qualifications include a Masterâs degree in Business, International Development, Law, or related degree preferred. A minimum of ten years of work experience in U.S. government contracting, and grants administration required. Experience with other multilateral,
bilateral, and private sector donors preferred. Candidates must have strong organizational skills, be solution-oriented, and able to prioritize and delegate tasks. Fluency in English is required. Additional French/Spanish skills are highly desired. The ability
and willingness to travel internationally to developing countries is required.