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RavenTek Solutions is looking to hire a Program Analyst to support the Bureau of Counterterrorism and Countering Violent Extremism (CT) of the Department of State in Washington, DC. This position requires a Secret clearance.
Title: Program Analyst
Rate: GS 11-8 (Approximately)
Location: Washington, DC
Schedule: Full-time, M-F, 8:15 AM to 5:00 PM, with a 45-minute meal break
Travel: Travel is required within the continental United States and outside of the continental United States (when approved via DoS & COVID policy/guidelines). Currently no travel is required.
Clearance Level: Active Secret Clearance (DoD preferred)
The Program Analyst shall provide analytical and administrative support services to CT/M staff that includes the Office Director, a Senior Advisor, and three Foreign Affairs Officers. Under the overall direction of the CT/M director and the day-to-day immediate direction of the CT/M GCTF Coordinator. The employee will not perform any duties that are inherently government work but will work closely with the government manager on administrative duties that require the ability to work independently. Duties include researching; analyzing data; coordinating with a broad range of US and foreign government offices and organizations as well as private sector offices.
Responsibilities include but not limited to:
Assist the Grants Officer’s Representative (GOR) and Foreign Affairs Officer(s) with the management of grants and implementation of programs that support specific GCTF priorities such as border security and rule of law as well as programs that support the GCTF FTF, CVE and CJ-ROL working groups, the GCTF Administrative Unit, and the three GCTF-inspired institutions (IIJ, GCERF, and Hedayah). These programs include the International CT and CVE Capacity-Building Clearinghouse Mechanism (ICCM), the Initiative to Address the Lifecycle of Radicalization of Violence, the Protection of Soft Targets Initiative, and our continued support to the GCTF Administrative Unit, which now resides in The Hague.
Work with CT/Programs to help draft and recommend effective capacity-building activities to support GCTF and other multilateral policy goals.
Work with, and provide support to, CT/M’s United Nations (UN) and regional teams, including synchronizing GCTF activities with those of the UN and regional organizations to include INTERPOL, the G7, and the G20.
Review materials drafted by aforementioned organizations to ensure GCTF equities are considered by and reflected in material produced for publication.
Meet with the GCTF Coordinator and the Director of CT/M to review defined overall goals and objectives of GCTF-related projects.
Prepare recommendations for resource requirements to accomplish the projects and meet with stakeholders to discuss viable methods of obtaining needed resources and support.
Work closely with other CT Bureau officers, other Department Bureaus, and the interagency to ensure that the relevant officers are appropriately engaged with the relevant GCTF working groups.
Work closely with the Department’s regional and functional bureaus to assist CT/M staff ensure GCTF policies and programs that are complementing and reinforcing the Department’s strategic objectives.
Draft agency memoranda, cable messages, and other written guidelines and recommendations related to the GCTF while exercising discretion and judgement in tailoring the content, jargon, tone, and manner of the presentation to the intended audience.
When appropriate, accompany the GCTF Coordinator and CT/M Director as well as other CT Bureau representatives on official domestic and overseas travel related to the GCTF.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university
Three (3) to five (5) years of experience assisting or participating in monitoring developments and trends in order to plan, analyze and evaluate mission-oriented assistance programs and projects for an organization
Experience working with or supporting grants and/or contracts
At least three (3) years of experience developing project and program plans, goals, objectives and milestones involving complex systems or issues of critical importance to the entire organization.
At least one (1) year of experience working in the field of international affairs, preferably involving a multilateral setting, and sustained engagement with non-governmental organizations, and policy think tanks.
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