Children in Adversity (Family Care First) and Education Advisor
Personal Services Contractor
USAID/Cambodia seeks applications from qualified U.S citizens or permanent resident/registered alien for a personal services contract (PSC) position to serve as the Children in Adversity (Family Care First) and Education Advisor for the Office of Public Health and Education (OPHE). This position is classified at the GS-14 equivalent level with salary ranging from $86,399 to $112,319 per annum. This is a resident-hire position; offshore benefits such as housing, post differential, and post allowance are not authorized.
The solicitation for this contract opens on July 27, 2015. All applications must be received no later than 4:00 p.m. Cambodia time on August 10, 2015. Interested applicants must submit all the materials required by the solicitation:
1. Cover Letter;
2. Curriculum Vitae or resume;
3. Form AID 302-3, Offeror Information for Personal Services Contracts (available at http://www.usaid.gov/forms/);
4. Supplemental document addressing the evaluation factors;
5. Salary history for last three years; and
6. List of three professional references who are familiar with your work experience.
Complete, signed application packages should be submitted by email to Mr. Reid Ahl at firstname.lastname@example.org with a courtesy copy to Ms. Chhorvy Heng at email@example.com. Incomplete or unsigned applications will not be considered. Digital signatures are acceptable.
For complete, official details about this position, please visit http://cambodia.usaid.gov or http://www.usaid.gov/cambodia/work-with-us/careers and download SOL-442-15-000014-Children in Adversity and Education Advisor.
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