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Country Representative - El Salvador (GS-14)

The Country Representative’s principal responsibility is to lead the development, oversight, and management of OTI’s El Salvador program. This includes providing programmatic, operational, and strategic guidance to OTI’s implementing partner (contractors and/or grantees), ensuring that activities contribute to OTI’s program objectives. If you’d like to apply, please first review the CR minimum qualifications. Then send your CV and a maximum 500-word statement of interest to Internal OTI staff should copy their supervisor in their submission. The deadline for submission is Friday, June 2 at 5pm ED.

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Administrative and Operations Assistant

Nickol Global Solutions (NGS) is seeking Administrative and Operations Assistants to support the Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI) within the Bureau for Conflict Prevention and Stabilization (CPS) at the U.S. Agency for International Development under the OTI institutional support contract. As part of USAID, OTI supports U.S. foreign policy objectives by helping local partners advance peace and democracy. OTI provides fast, flexible, short-term assistance targeted at key political transition and stabilization needs.


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Job type

US Personal Services Contract
US citizens contracted to the Agency, and establish an employer- employee relationship between USAID and the contractor.
Foreign Service Limited
FSL appointments are non-career appointments appropriate for overseas and Washington-based positions made pursuant to section 309 of the Foreign Service Act.
Civil Service Excepted
A non-permanent, time limited position responding to urgent and/or other significant U.S. foreign policy areas.

Location type

DC Based
Based in Washington, D.C., can be telework eligible, with 1-4 days/week in office.
Worldwide intermittent contracts, referred to as “bullpenners,” provide surge support - must be prepared to work both in Washington and the field, often with little time for preparations.