IPD Program Manager & IPD Program Associate
The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) is an independent, non-profit court improvement organization. NCSC International located in Arlington, VA is seeking qualified applicants for the following positions:
IPD Program Manager: The program manager will implement international development projects and monitor project activities, budgets and local staff.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Specific duties and responsibilities for the position include but are not limited to the following:
Overseeing and monitoring day-to-day project activities;
Monitoring budget expenditures and reviewing invoices/vouchers, resolving related discrepancies and recommending and approving payment of such;
Interacting with expatriate short-term and long-term staff to resolve work related project issues that arise during the project assignment;
Interacting with field office leadership to ensure proper execution of program work plan and compliance with donor rules and regulations, host country legislation, and NCSC policies and procedures;
Directing and providing management oversight for certain categories of projects and providing technical assistance;
Preparing and reviewing projects reports and other deliverables;
Providing guidance to staff on their respective roles and responsibilities;
Assisting in development of new business through identification of international development opportunities and partnerships;
Assisting in writing and preparing technical and cost proposals;
Working in a cross-functional team environment as lead manager for proposal development; and
Representing NCSC at donor business opportunity conferences and seminars.
Coordinating Visitor Program Requirements
IPD Program Associate (2 Positions):These positions will support two different donor-funded justice and security sector training programs administrated by NCSC.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Specific duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
Provide day-to-day logistical and administrative support to field-based offices;
Assist in the development and monitoring of work plans, deliverables, sub-grants programs, training and technical activities;
Assist in drafting and compiling quarterly, annual, and other program reports;
Prepare payable vouchers for reconciliation and payment of field office credit cards;
Prepare payable vouchers for the processing of timesheets and expense reimbursements of field office staff and short-term consultants;
Review field office expense reports, including verifying account balances, transaction coding, and completeness of supporting documentation for transactions;
Make travel arrangements and prepare travel expense reports;
Collect and maintain supporting documentation for airfare, hotel, and other travel expenses;
Communicate with headquarters accounting office and field office financial staff;
Prepare contracts for short-term consultants or volunteers;
Conduct research and prepare country profiles or issue-based briefing memoranda; and
Participate in business development efforts including but not limited to initiatives that relate to court excellence, court administration, anti-corruption, access to justice, and gender empowerment.
For the complete announcement & application process, visit: www.ncsc.org/jobs EOE/Disability/Veterans.