Global Partnership Management and Program Analyst 

Number of Positions: One (1)

Location: Washington, D.C.

Clearance : Top Secret 

Salary: Commensurate with Education and Experience 


job overview 

The Global Partnership Unit (GPU) support the Government's international strategy of identifying, building, and enhancing global partnerships to combat international threats. GPU supports, designs, and deploys international training and connectivity programs. GPU is highly collaborative unit that works with a variety of partners within the Government and across the USG. Most of its responsibilities are executed outside of the continental United States. The Global Partnership Management and Program Analyst provides analytical, liaison, and administrative functions relating to the development, execution, and management of international training and capacity building development programs. 

job responsibilities 

  • Perform management and analysis support to include: management of reimbursable interagency agreements, development of program initiatives; and resource and program reporting 

  • Interpret, clarify, coordinate, organize, implement, and recommend standard operating procedures, policies, tracking and reporting methods, instructions, and requirements for the organization and program

  • Prepare and deliver briefings and presentations to management officials

  • Compose memoranda, executive summaries, analytical narratives, detailed statistical, descriptive reports, and concise graphs and charts in order to present sound recommendations

  • Compile, track, and analyze performance measurement and monitoring data for reporting

  • Make recommendations to management on methods to publish and utilize the information in an effective manner

  • Revise methods for collecting data; develop and adopt new productivity measures

  • Arrange and conduct meetings with external representatives to review their respective organization's programs, functions, operational practices, organizational plans, policies, procedures, and prior evaluations

  • Must have the ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing, in order to tactfully and persuibely advise and guide executive management relative to a variety of issues, which can be delicate in nature  

job requirements 

  • Must have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited university

  • Must have strong interpersonal and liaison skills

  • Must possess excellent organizing, planning, and coordinating skills

  • Must work well in a high-stress active environment 

  • Must have working knowledge of IT and computers 

  • Must have highly skilled ability with MS Office Suite and products

  • Must have a minimum of five (5) years of work experience in a related field

  • Must have experience in program management to include : budget development and management, strategic project, program planning, policy research, procedures analysis, and program execution

  • Must have a valid U.S. Passport and be able to travel overseas on a limited basis

  • Must have experience in coordinating and planning symposiums from inception to completion

  • Must be able to communicate effectively and clearly, both orally and in writing

  • Must have skilled ability to perform research and detailed analysis