ICF seeks an experienced Project Coordinator to support international population-based survey and evaluation activities. These food security and resilience activities projects are usually funded by USAID and take place in countries targeted by the Global Food Security Strategy and the Development Food Security Activity. This is a full-time, hybrid position based in Rockville, Maryland.
Support the Project Director in their project management responsibilities including:
Track and ensure project progress against the various work plan schedules
Support timely submission of quality project deliverables to the client
Create and support the development of and adherence to project implementation Standard Operating Procedures and processes
Maintain safety and security plans
Ensure that publication staff are efficiently engaged, documents are appropriately approved, and documents are uploaded to the Development Experience Clearinghouse (DEC)
Liaise and communicate with staff across various surveys, field staff, consultants, subcontractors, implementing agencies, and USAID missions
Provide administrative and logistical support for program-level meetings, webinars, and other presentations including taking and archiving minutes
Support knowledge management efforts by maintaining electronic folders and archives of all project documents, notes, and reports
Arrange travel logistics, including visas, and USAID approvals
Arrange logistics for domestic and international meetings
Ensure Survey Tracker Dashboard is being maintained
Provide administrative, programmatic, and technical support, as needed, for example, contributing to the Annual Work Plan (AWP), Semi-annual Report (SAR), and Annual Report
Bachelor’s degree in public health, health communications, international development, or business administration
3+ years’ experience providing support to projects in an international development context
Proficiency in MS Office Applications (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, OneNote)
Excellent English verbal and written communication skills
Project Management Professional (PMP) certification
Experience in using project management tools, including Project for the Web, SharePoint, Power BI, WorkZone, Trello, WorkBook
Work planning and project monitoring and evaluation
Experience working on USAID projects
Proficiency in one or more of the following languages: French, Portuguese, or Spanish
Strong organizational, problem-solving, and facilitation skills with strong attention to detail
Good collaboration skills, and the ability to work effectively with a geographically diverse team
Comfortable liaising with corporate entities
The ability to pivot and respond effectively to changing priorities, and keep track of project deadlines
Experience working independently, completing assignments with minimal supervision
The ability to balance multiple tasks simultaneously and set strategic priorities
Comfortable working in new technologies
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Bachelor’s degree in public health, health communications, international development, or business administration 3+ years’ experience providing support to projects in an international development context Proficiency in MS Office Applications (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, OneNote) Excellent English verbal and written communication skills