EverWatch is a government solutions company providing advanced defense, intelligence, and deployed support to our country’s most critical missions. We are a full-service government solutions company. Harnessing the most advanced technology and solutions, we strengthen defenses and control environments to preserve continuity and ensure mission success.
EverWatch is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age (40 or older), disability, genetic information, citizenship or immigration status, and veteran status or any other factor prohibited by applicable law.
The Office of Europe and Asia Programs (INL/EA) is part of the INL Bureau. The Bureau is responsible for the development, supervision, coordination, and implementation of international criminal justice assistance and international narcotics control assistance activities for the Department of State. The Office of Europe and Asia Programs (INL/EA) helps countries deliver justice and fairness by strengthening their police, courts, and corrections systems. INL/EA provides policy guidance and develops, executes, and monitors programs to address the full range of criminal justice issues as they relate to countering transnational crime, illegal drugs, and instability in Europe and Asia.
INL/EA programs focus on strengthening augmenting our partners’ capacity in the justice and law enforcement sectors to combat transnational organized crime, reduce corruption, counter malign Russian and PRC influence, counter narcotics, strengthen border security, and deepen judicial reform. To accomplish this goal, INL analysts and program officers manage an array of foreign assistance programs in justice sector development, legal training, major crimes, gender justice, legal education, corrections, access to justice, and a comprehensive counternarcotics program. These programs, funded by INL, are implemented by interagency partners, international organizations, nongovernmental organizations, and private contractors. All INL/EA teams work collaboratively.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provides input and guidance on a standard program measurement methodology to measure, analyze, and report performance of INL/AP funded programs. Supports INL/EA Teams on monitoring and evaluation efforts for all programs. This will include drafting, updating, and collecting Performance Measurement Plans and Data Collection Templates, updating Tableau dashboards, and managing data collection.
Assists thee program teams on INL/EA's strategic alignment with relevant strategies such as the Integrated Country Strategy and Functional Bureau Strategy.
Serves as an expert in DC and post locations on a variety of monitoring, reporting and evaluation topics, including development and review of Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) plans.
Ensures that each program performance measurement system aligns with specific program strategic goals and objectives.
Ensures INL/EA related indicators are effectively tracked and analyzed, and that INL/EA is responsive to all requests for reporting mandated by F, INL/EX, and Congress.
Works with a team of program assistants as a lead coordinator to maintain an effective monitoring and oversight regime of activities with respect to office performance measurement tools.
Assists with the maintenance and updating of a repository of all INL/AP program metrics for access by leadership and program officers.
Assists in developing a process to aggregate and report visually on collected program data.
Develops M&E learning resources to support onboarding and professional development of the INL/EA team to M&E competencies.
Works with instructional designers to create and maintain training sessions for new program officers on monitoring and evaluation content areas.
Aids in developing and incorporating into INL/EA’s contract and grant award documentation standard and specific language for methods of project monitoring.
Analyzes a large number of financial, program planning, bilateral, and program evaluation documents for standard and ad hoc reports.
Coordinates information collection, analysis, and data-sharing with the Embassy-based program officers, INL implementing partners, and the interagency as required in order to develop, track, and document metrics to measure the effectiveness of INL’s programs in Europe & Asia.
Advises in the developing program criteria to be utilized in Statements of Works.
Aids management with the monitoring of executed contracting tasks.
Researches and uses government and private sector best practices to measure and improve customer service, approval workflows, and processing timelines.
The Contractor shall provide personnel that meet or exceed the qualifications identified in the basic contract and outlined below for the following labor category: Program / Management Analyst - Level 4.
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.
Six to ten years’ experience in relevant field.
Demonstrated knowledge of Federal regulations regarding area of specific need.
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
Demonstrated experience facilitating organizational change.
Demonstrated experience in monitoring and evaluating programs.
Experience working for or alongside the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement bureau with the Department of State.
Demonstrated experience working on international programs.
Demonstrated experience in Microsoft Project, Tableau, PowerBI, DevResults and Publisher.
Demonstrated experience with project management.
Demonstrated experience in financial and/or statistical analysis.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both oral and in writing.
Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective relationships.
Demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer service.
Demonstrated skill and ability in managing multiple concurrent activities of varying complexity, including changing priorities and short turn-around times.
This role has the posibility of 60% telework.