Chief Of Party (cop) Eu Accelerate, Colden Common

United Kingdom, England, Colden Common
Last update 2024-02-23
Expires 2024-03-23
ID #1992357522
Chief Of Party (cop) Eu Accelerate, Colden Common
United Kingdom, England, Colden Common,
Modified January 12, 2024


Background: DAI is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Chief of Party (COP) on the anticipated 5-year USAID-funded Advancing Commerce, Connectivity, and Exports Leading to Economic Readiness for Accession to the EU “ACCELERATE” Activity, designed to advance European Union (EU) market integration and accession for countries throughout the E&E region.

This activity will include meeting the Copenhagen economic criteria for EU accession by way of four critical technical areas: Trade Facilitation, Access to Finance, EU Accession, and Investment Transparency.

*Please note, this full-time position is contingent upon successful award of the ACCELERATE Activity to DAI and USAID approval of the selected finalist.

Position Responsibilities: The COP’s responsibilities will include, but are not limited to the following: Primary Contractor liaison with the COR as it relates to all aspects of the Contractor’s responsibilities.

Manage Contractor’s responsibilities regarding central reporting, financial issues, and central meetings.

Provide overall vision, management, and strategic leadership to the Activity.

Identify adjustments in scope and operations to ensure that the project adapts to changes in need and context.

Supervise and empower all personnel.

Effectively communicating in large public settings, as well as with senior government officials.

Communicate and manage relationships with USAID Mission POCs in the field as well as personnel on USAID projects in the field and other donors and partners.

Ensure that managerial, administrative, and financial procedures comply with USAID policies and procedures.

Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree or equivalent in business, economics, finance, international development, or related field.

At least ten (10) years of relevant background and related work experience in managing a donor funded activity overseas in the area of economic growth or economic governance.

Previous experience managing bilateral or regional buy-ins in order to advance EU market integration and accession.

Knowledge of EU Accession regulations.

Demonstrated experience managing large, dynamic, and complex projects, especially those that cover multiple economic growth disciplines, including direct experience with one or more of the following: regional trade facilitation; access to finance/alternative financial products; business enabling environment policies and processes, including through digitization and e-governance; and investment transparency.

Demonstrated leadership, management, and operational experience in overseeing multiple tasks and priorities at the same time.

Excellent interpersonal, diplomacy, and leadership skills, including the ability to manage high-level relationships and complex regional dynamics.

Proven ability to form collaborative relationships with intergovernmental, government representatives, and other stakeholders.

Demonstrated ability to motivate and lead a dynamic team.

Previous work experience and familiarity with the E&E region highly preferred.

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Chief of party (cop) eu accelerate

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