US nationals: Program Analyst (WASH Policy and Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist)

Washington, DC, US

This position is with the Foreign Agricultural Service of USDA, with the selected individual assigned to work with USAID’s Water Office.  The individual selected will take a lead role in incorporating water and sanitation programming into the development portfolios of USAID bureaus and overseas missions.  He/she will work closely with USAID’s geographic bureaus on preparing policy guidance, will advise overseas missions on programming and appropriate sequencing of interventions, and will take a lead role in assuring that all water and sanitation activities are properly monitored and evaluated.  He/she will travel periodically to the field to assist missions with strategy formulation, program and project design, inclusion of women and minority groups as beneficiaries, impact measurement, and program evaluations.    

This is a GS-14 position, with a salary range of $108,887 to $141,555, requiring a significant level of international water and sanitation experience, including expert level knowledge of monitoring and evaluation.  It is located at USAID headquarters in Washington, DC.  The position is open to all U.S. citizens.  It is a time-limited “Schedule B” appointment, for up to five years with the possibility of renewals.  A Secret security clearance must be obtained.    

The position has been posted on USAJobs, open from June 24 to July 18.  All applications must be made through USAJobs.  To access the announcement and apply for the position, please use the following link: