Maritime Project Interagency Liaison and Reporting Advisor - Military veterans preferred

2019-06-12
SAIC (www.saic.com)
Other

/yr

  full-time   employee




20001
United States

Description

SAIC is seeking a highly skilled advisor to join our team to support of our contract with the US Justice Department’s International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP). ICITAP is an international law enforcement development agency with projects around the world. 

 

Interagency Liaison and Reporting (ILR) advisor is a CONUS based position and will provide project management support to the Maritime Project Coordinator (MPC). ILR will have oversight of inter-agency documentation, and protocols in the refurbishment and construction of in-water and near water structures. The advisor will be responsible for tracking project documentation and information sharing between the different donors, implementers, and sub-contracting agencies. 

 

The position will assist with providing oversight and submission of authorization requests, procurement, and sub-contract processes, advise the MPC on organizational policies and procedures for timely and responsible inter-agency communication and processes. ILR will develop reporting to the funding agencies as required based on the expert oversight of the MPC

 

The ILR will report directly to the MPC, but will also work closely with ICITAP staff, with the US Department of State’s, Export Control and Related Border Security (EXBS), Maritime Border Guard Capacity Building Project Coordinator, and the SAIC Construction Project Coordinator and Support Divisions of SAIC.

 

May include the following responsibilities:


Responsible for assisting with the development of project procedures, cost tracking, Interagency Agreement/contract conformity, monitoring and implementation of procedures for procurement and subcontracts, and the maintenance of accurate records.

 

Prepares and reviews project proposals, Inter-agency Agreements and/or associated amendments and budgets, and procurements and subcontracts requests.

 

Ensures the timely and efficient execution of reporting and documentation.

Coordinates with the ICITAP Contracting Officer to Ensure all supporting documentation for construction projects are in compliance with U.S. government requirements, is completed on schedule, and adheres to budget.

All other duties as assigned by the MPC.

SAIC Construction Project Coordinator and Support Divisions of SAIC.

 

May include the following responsibilities:

Responsible for assisting with the development of project procedures, cost tracking, Interagency Agreement/contract conformity, monitoring and implementation of procedures for procurement and subcontracts, and the maintenance of accurate records.

 

Prepares and reviews project proposals, Inter-agency Agreements and/or associated amendments and budgets, and procurements and subcontracts requests.

 

Ensures the timely and efficient execution of reporting and documentation.

Coordinates with the ICITAP Contracting Officer to Ensure all supporting documentation for construction projects are in compliance with U.S. government requirements, is completed on schedule, and adheres to budget.

All other duties as assigned by the MPC.

Qualifications

Education & Experience

Bachelor’s degree


Five (5) years of work experience in and with multiple US government agencies and foreign stakeholders.


Proven ability to be proactive and a self-starter, able to work with minimal supervision.


Demonstrated experience in managing technical assistance projects in foreign countries.


Experience in Inter-agency agreement and budget development and reporting


Experience in Inter-agency communications and reporting


Experience providing liaison and communications between donor, implementer and subcontract agencies


Experience in technical foreign assistance project documentation and reporting


Excellent communicator in both verbal and written English and have customer service skills


Experience in pro-actively supporting an organization’s leadership and working with associated foreign local labor support staff.

Desired Qualifications

 

Bachelor’s of Arts in International Affairs or Political Science