Program Associate – U.S. Russia Social Expertise Exchange (SEE)
Eurasia Foundation – Washington, D.C.
Eurasia Foundation (EF), a US-based international development organization promoting good governance, civil society development and public administration reform, is currently seeking a full-time Program Associate to support the US-Russia Social Expertise Exchange program. Under the supervision of the Program Manager, SEE PA will perform the following duties: oversight of a portfolio of projects, fellowships, and special initiatives, conduct research and present recommendations to senior staff members, draft a variety of technical documents (including annual reports, workplans, and press releases), communicate with program participants, support EF’s grants management and monitoring and evaluation efforts and perform other duties as assigned.
Program Officer, Eastern Europe (Belarus)
The National Endowment for Democracy – Washington D.C.
The Program Officer (PO) will work with the regional director and senior program staff to manage grants in the Eastern European region. The Program Officer (PO) is a mid-career professional responsible for helping set strategy and define priorities; review of proposals; monitoring and evaluation of grants in Eastern Europe, with emphasis on Belarus; drafting analytical and descriptive material for internal and external offices; tracking political developments in Eastern Europe, with emphasis on Belarus; representing team internally with senior leadership and Board and external audiences; and providing programmatic support to senior staff.
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION AND EXCHANGE
Program Assistant – Project Global Officer Narva Program
UCIS-Office of the Director – Pittsburgh, PA
The Program Assistant represents Project GO and the University of Pittsburgh in the host country, oversees the implementation of the Narva program on the ground, and is responsible for ensuring the program is meeting its goals. The Program Assistant reports to the Project GO Program Coordinator at REEES and works with the language instructors and the host university’s local staff while monitoring housing, arranging logistics for the group, advising participants as required, and serving on-call to program participants 24/7 to resolve emergency and other issues as necessary
Program Manager, Internationalization and Global Engagement
NAFSA: Association of International Educators – Washington D.C.
In partnership with the Senior Director, Academic Affairs and Internationalization, this role provides support for the planning and delivery of products and services in the Knowledge Development department. Responsibilities include managing communications, event planning and logistics, program management, and administrative support. This position is a key member of a team dedicated to promoting thought leadership in international education and engages in cross-departmental collaboration with staff throughout the organization to achieve strategic goals. This position also works to expand the base of international members through innovative global engagement strategies and provides support and management for the NAFSA Senior Fellows program.
LINGUISTICS, EDUCATION AND RESEARCH
U.S. Army War College – Carlisle Barracks, PA
These are full time, part time and intermittent temporary civilian faculty positions at the U.S. Army War College (USAWC) as provided under Title 10 USC 4021. Initial appointment may be up to one year. The person(s) selected for this/these position(s) will have a leading role in teaching core and elective courses of the Distance Education Program and its associated programs.
Research Specialist – Europe
Tesla Government – Vienna, VA
Tesla Government Inc seeks a Research Specialist who will focus on Russia and Eastern Europe matters for our Europe Team to support in-depth research, report writing, user relationship management, and knowledge and information management. Remote work is permitted during the pandemic. Physical office space, Metro accessible on the Silver Line (Springhill Metro), is also provided in the Vienna/Tysons Corner area.
Foreign Service Program Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development – Washington, D.C.
Works in a staff capacity, assists in all aspects of the “Program Cycle” from strategic planning to implementation and achieving to monitoring and evaluation to policy formulation. Implements, with regular guidance and supervision, policies, practices, and procedures based on a demonstrated understanding of development theory, USG development and foreign policy priorities , USAID policies and guidance and the legislative framework governing foreign assistance and USAID in particular.
Entry-level Intelligence Analyst
Jacobs – Huntsville, AL
The Entry-level Intelligence Analyst will perform all source and open source research and analysis on matters of counterintelligence, counter-terrorism, WMD, cyber, and counter-proliferation to support ongoing investigations and intelligence collection. They will also exploit data from specific sources and raw intelligence, and compile them to validate USIC intelligence collection requirements and help to facilitate the exchange of information between government agencies to include DOJ, DOD, and DHS, instruct/brief personnel on various national security programs and procedures, and disseminate information across the USIC; work directly with agents and analysts to facilitate intelligence collection on specific threats to national security.