Thursday, August 17, 2017

Senior Budget Manager - SCA/PPD in Washington, District Of Columbia


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Senior Budget Manager - SCA/PPD
Tracking Code
2024-183
Job Description
Major Responsibilities:
  • Management and coordination of the SCA/PPD domestic budget, to include Afghanistan and Pakistan. Provides detailed advice on budget issues to Grants Division Chief, the Deputy Director, or the Office Director for final decisions;
  • Management and coordination of the SCA/PPD overseas Public Affairs Section budgets for the eleven countries of South and Central Asia, to include Afghanistan and Pakistan. Provides detailed to Grants Division Chief, the Deputy Director, or the Office Director for final decisions;
  • Financial management of over $80 million in annual public diplomacy funding within the South and Central Asia region, including Afghanistan and Pakistan. Provides detailed advice to Grants Division Chief, the Deputy Director, or the Office Director for final decisions;
  • Financial coordination of over $300 million in active public diplomacy grants within the South and Central Asia region, including Afghanistan and Pakistan. Provides detailed advice to Grants Division Chief, the Deputy Director, or the Office Director for final decisions;
  • Coordination of public diplomacy programming and financing across numerous State Department Bureaus, to include the Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan (SRAP), other U.S. government entities, non-governmental organizations, academic institutions, and the U.S. diplomatic missions in Pakistan and Afghanistan, per PAS and PPD leadership requests;
  • Development and coordination of region-wide annual funding requests through all stages, including initial requests and narrative justifications; revisions to pass-backs, through post-appropriation operating plans. Provides detailed advice to Grants Division Chief, the Deputy Director, or the Office Director for final decisions;
  • Development and coordination of congressional notifications and interagency transfers for Afghanistan and Pakistan for approval and submission;
  • Preparation and coordination of financial reports for submission by leadership to Congress and senior Departmental management.
  • Management from start to finish of all public diplomacy Notice of Funding Opportunities (NOFOs) for the region in coordination with PPD and PAS leadership;
  • Back-up for coordination only for the SCA/PPD Grants Division Chief as needed.
Required Skills
The Senior Budget Manager must have the following skills:
Mastery of the principles, theories, concepts and practices of public diplomacy program grants management to oversee and implement programs for South and Central Asia, including Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Mastery of accounting and budgeting principles in order to maintain, analyze and brief managers on multimillion dollar budgets.
Knowledge of the functions, procedures, policies, program goals, and priorities of the Office, SCA Bureau, SRAP, and Department to ensure the effective implementation of goal oriented public diplomacy programs for South and Central Asia, including Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Ability to review and evaluate requests for proposals and grant proposals for international public diplomacy and public affairs projects in accordance with policy and procedural requirements and the objectives and priorities of the SCA public diplomacy and public affairs program.
Ability to monitor and oversee a variety of public diplomacy and public affairs initiatives to ensure compliance with requirements and to ensure progress is being made toward accomplishing project objectives in a timely manner.
Ability to analyze complex problems and issues, identify pertinent factors, devise optimal solutions, and oversee implementation of required actions.
Ability to provide sound and effective advice to management on a wide variety of policy and budgetary issues related to the SCA Bureau and SRAP’s public diplomacy program.
Ability to plan, organize, and manage project including developing plans and objectives, directing activities, supervising staff, managing resources, and accounting for results.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, to provide advice, guidance, and assistance, plan and coordinate activities, establish and maintain liaison, present and defend recommendations, and reconcile differing and conflicting viewpoints.
Manages other task authorized by Government Task Manager that fall within the scope of this task order.
Required Experience
Required Experience/Background
  • U.S. Citizenship required.
  • Experience with implementation and management of exchanges and public diplomacy programming.
  • Knowledge of State Department regulations and procedures.
  • Excellent computer skills.
  • Excellent spoken and written English.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Must have a flexible, team-oriented approach to work.
Job Location
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular

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