Sunday, June 3, 2012

USAID va a nombrar un Zar en su programa para Cuba.

USAID is hiring a Cuba program czar

The U.S. Agency for International Development plans to hire someone to supervise its Cuba programs.  Whoever gets the job will work out of the agency's Washington, D.C., headquarters.

The application period closed on May 23. The salary range: $123,758 to $155,500 per year.

Here are the major duties, according to the job description:
As a Supervisory Program Specialist, you will:
  • Provide leadership and vision to a team of people who will design, evaluate, and manage programs in Cuba;
  • Provide Intra-Agency and Inter-Agency leadership, including with the Department of State and the White House, in line with U.S. Policy in Cuba, on the U.S. Government’s programs in Cuba; Establish guidelines and performance expectations for staff members and otherwise oversee the administrative and management functions for the Office of Cuba Programs;
  • Provide intellectual leadership to initiate dialogue, generate policy recommendations, interventions, and agency mechanisms for programs in Cuba,
  • Provide policy and program recommendations to the LAC Front Office regarding the direction and scope of USAID’s program in Cuba, in line with U.S. Policy in Cuba; and
  • Advise the LAC Front Office on engagement with the U.S. Congress in a manner that helps effectively carry out programs in Cuba. 

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