Location: Jerusalem, Jericho or Ramallah
The Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL)
ATSG is seeking resumes for a Deputy Program Manager to join The Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL), in Jerusalem, Jericho or Ramallah. The DPM shall take the pre-deployment training. The DPM shall have overall responsibility for in-country operations, as defined in the contract. The DPM shall interface with the program manager and the COR. The DPM will need to travel to Jordan (JIPTC and ACP) and the West Bank as part of program management responsibilities. The DPM shall be a US Citizen with a Secret security clearance issued by defense Security Service (DSS). The DPM shall be responsible for the administrative oversight and coordination of all training activity in the West Bank and Jordan.
The Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) continues to work in partnership with the United States Security Coordinator (USSC) towards strengthening skills, competencies and abilities of the Palestinian Authority (PA) to provide law enforcement, security, and public safety in the West Bank. The emphasis of this critical U.S. foreign policy initiative has shifted from the training and equipping, and building infrastructure for the PASF, to the development and support of the PA institutions needed to oversee, support, and maintain the PASF and other PA-related justice and corrections functions.
Ensure all training courses are properly planned, delivered, and monitored to ensure that PASF students receive all US sponsored training.
Coordinate with all supporting contractors and service providers.
Analyze and identify steps to improve the comprehension and quality of training delivered under the SOW.
Develop comprehensive formal program evaluations to include After Action Reviews (AARs) and written reports as necessary utilizing available program metrics and reporting processes for training, student performance, facilities and logistics.
Compiles the results of the evaluation for the USSC and INL.
Organize, task, and manage TMs to conduct curriculum development, scheduling, and monitoring/advising instruction.
Resolve issues identified by TMs in delivery of raining.
At least 8 years of experience in the areas of program management, training, international law enforcement and/or criminal justice assistance.
Minimum Two (2) years’ experience related to training design, delivery and evaluation. Strongly prefer foreign experience in a high-risk, Middle-Eastern locale.
Minimum Two (2) years’ experience in a role of personnel management and supervision.
Experience with curriculum development, review, and delivery.
Expertise in Training Needs Assessment, Gap Analysis, and Instructional Design.
Bachelor’s Degree (preferred) plus advanced training and experience in Instructional Design, Training Delivery, Performance Evaluation, Leadership and Supervision of personnel.
Candidates are encouraged to submit a .doc or .docx resume that explicitly addresses each of the requirements listed above.
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