June 05, 2004

Business Development Program Officer (AMIDEAST)

The Business Development Program Officer (BDPO) supports HQ and field office business development efforts. (S)He assists in the coordination of AMIDEAST’s new business development activities with AMIDEAST’s field office directors and the directors of AMIDEAST’s functional program units, including Advising and Testing Services, Exchange Programs, English Language Training Programs, Institutional Development Projects and Programs for Americans.

DESCRIPTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES:

Review relevant RFPs released by U.S. government agencies and international donors; assess RFPs for appropriateness to AMIDEAST’s experience, expertise, and ability to win; assist in the exploration of partnership options; and assist in the preparation of RFP responses
Contribute to HQ development of concepts papers and full project proposals building on identified opportunities and donor interests.
Draft proposal sections focused on staffing, project management, organizational capacity, past performance, and other sections as appropriate.
Assist AMIDEAST’s field staff in developing proposals and budgets, and contribute to the review of field office budgets submitted to HQ for approval.
Assist in the identification of opportunities for AMIDEAST programs and services in the Middle East/North Africa region through research and networking contacts.
Assumes other special activities and responsibilities from time-to-time
Remains current on changes within the industry through publications and continuing education
Projects a qualified appearance and cooperative attitude, maintains high ethical standards of confidentiality when representing AMIDEAST to ensure a professional representation at all times

How To Apply:

Please send cover letter including salary requirement and resume to:

AMIDEAST
ATTN: Human Resources
1730 M St. N.W., Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20036-4505


E-Mail: personnel@amideast.org or Fax: 202-776-7086.

No phone calls please.

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