Senior Program Officer, Wildlife Conservation- 22082
World Wide Fund for Nature
Washington, DC, United States
29 days ago
- Monitoring RFPs for funding under USG assistance awards
- Conducting internal risk and ESSF review and assessment for new USG grants
- Managing and administering grants, cooperative agreements, or other related instruments of the USG
- Designing, developing, implementing, and interpreting grants/assistance management policies, procedures, and practices for Wildlife conservation opportunities.
- Reviewing and evaluating adequacy, compliance of USG grants as per policies and procedures of the USG
- Closely monitoring terms and conditions of grants/assistance awards to include costs, schedules, and oversight responsibilities
- Preparing, processing, issuing, and tracking grants/assistance awards and compliance with reporting requirements of USG
- Conducting program evaluation, including monitoring and assessing Sub grant performance, and establishing performance measures
- Monitoring, assessing, and ensuring sub grant complies with all terms and conditions of award of both USG and WWF US.
- Conducting resolution of audit findings or monitoring audit resolution in partnership with operations, Sub grantees and other relevant programs.
- Conducting post-award reviews and analyses to identify management, financial, and administrative issues
- Performing final review of completed sub grant awards, making appropriate adjustments or disallowances, and processing close-outs; and ensuring compliance with all regulatory and legal requirements
- Keeps abreast of recent developments in the USG environment, climate and grant opportunities.
- Reviews publications, reports and public-facing material of projects.
- Develops and manages complex partnerships and relationships. Works directly with field project personnel, consultants, and others to facilitate coordination, communication, and regular reporting.
- Be able to represent WWF and Sub grantees in important forums.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree is required. A minimum of 6 years of experience in the fields of USG Grants management – USAID, INL, USFWS. Strong and credible experience in USG and related grants management and administration, proposal development and AMELP experience.
- An understanding of international conservation issues is preferred.
- Technical proficiency with USG and other related project management tools and skills. Knowledge, of Miradi, TOC development, AMELP, CLA, PEA preferred.
- Strong time management skills. Ability to work on initiatives with multiple and competing priorities and meet deadlines.
- Good interpersonal skills, including experience working with high level staff and donors, as well as navigating multiple teams with competing priorities.
- Excellent research and analytic skills.
- Strong organizational skills.
- Strong communication and writing skills
- Works well independently with limited supervision.
- Fluent English; additional regional language skills a plus.
- Energetic and passionate about conservation
- Identifies and aligns with the core values of the WWF organization: Courage, Integrity, Respect & Collaboration
- Submit cover letter and resume through our Careers Page, Requisition #22082
- Due to the high volume of applications we are not able to respond to inquiries via phone
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