International Travel Coordinator (Policy Analyst l)
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**MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Corporation is seeking candidates to join its Team supporting a federal contract. This position requires U.S. Citizenship or a Green Card holder and the ability to obtain and maintain a Government public trust level security clearance. For a candidate that is a Green Card holder, they
must have lived in the United States for at least three out of the past five years prior to your application date. You will also meet the residency qualifications if you lived abroad while on government or military duty or if you were a dependent of a federal employee of military member.
The International Travel Coordinator (Policy Analyst I) shall support the Global Travel Program and help to manage and coordinate a wide range of actions and activities to ensure timeliness, completeness, comprehensiveness and accuracy, including: developing reports that contribute to the Food and Drug Admininstration’s (FDA’s) Office of International Program (OIP) decisionmaking and strategic approaches; analyzing basic data and based on such, developing recommendations relevant to program operations. It also includes management, coordination and follow-up on various meetings and initiatives in which OIP is engaged with other United States Government (USG) agencies and internal and external stakeholders. The Policy Analyst I shall also participate in a number of activities related to international travel programs and administrative business processes, coordination and project management that requires technical and policy astuteness, diplomacy, and an ability to work across diverse, and at times, challenging groups and stakeholders toward consensus and strategic solutions and pathways.
The International Travel Coordinator (Policy Analyst I) shall plan, organize, carry out, follow up and evaluate on a diverse range of actions, initiatives, and special projects affecting the administration of programs. The Policy Analyst I shall coordinate a wide range of actions and activities on behalf of the program to ensure timeliness, completeness, comprehensiveness, relevancy, and accuracy. The Policy Analyst I shall monitor and review incoming requests for programmatic action or information, take judicious interim action on deadline items, and arrange appropriate extensions for less urgent items. These responsibilities require the Policy Analyst I to have the ability to discern important issues and apprise appropriate members of OIP staff of any circumstances that might alter or complicate issues. The information below describes the duties assigned for the Policy Analyst I, and this is not intended to be an all inclusive listing of duties, but rather a representative list of the types of duties that will be assigned.
Gather data and analyze public health issues affecting global travel (e.g. passports, visas, electronic country clearances), recommend policy formation and alternatives as requested.
Review, analyze, and recommend policies, standards, and procedures that can be standardized.
Assist with all functional areas of international travel management, specific to passports, visas, electronic country clearance, travel authorization and voucher processes. This includes the administrative aspects of the functional areas, to include scanning and copying of related files/documents, and responding to emails, customer service responsibilities.
Analyze, evaluate, and advise on programmatic and operational programs.
Attend meetings to monitor activity and identify international trends and positions.
Coordinate the development of global travel related procedures and processes across multiple centers, offices, and programs.
Assist in developing and coordinating administrative operational processes to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
Collaborate with stakeholders to communicate program goals and objectives.
Prepare reports and translate findings including illustrating data graphically.
Review reports for accuracy, adherence to policy, organization of material, clarity, and appropriateness of various audiences.
Explain administrative and travel related procedures, regulations, and processes.
Attend meetings and OIP headquarters sponsored travel conferences; engage stakeholders; provide management with proposal information.
Carry out special projects affecting the administration of programs.
Research issues, analyze and present results, and recommend administrative policies in internal operating procedures or new initiatives.
Utilize automated systems (e.g. MS ACCESS, CGE, MS Excel, MS SharePoint) to track, maintain and organize documents consistent with office policies and procedures.
Obtain, coordinate, and prepare or edit responses for administrative and programmatic information.
Provide expertise for the automation of work processes directed toward creating a paperless environment (i.e., automation of documents).
Read, analyze, evaluate, and summarize materials related to organization mission and objectives.
Provide immediate and continuing support by briefing managers on a variety of confidential matters pertaining to administrative operations.
Explain information relative to program decisions, policies, and guidelines.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENT:
High School Diploma and a minimum of 4 years of experience or Bachelors Degree and a minimum of 2 years of experience, or
This position relies heavily on experience and judgment to plan, communicate, and accomplish goals. Must possess demonstrated knowledge and experience applying analytic methodologies and principles to address client needs. This position requires effective communication skills (verbal and written). As well, this position requires continued research and study to stay apprised on all policies. Proficient in MS Office products including, Word, Outlook, Excel, Access, Project, and PowerPoint.
CONTRACT SPECIFIED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Demonstrate a high level of proficiency in programs such as MS ACCESS, MS Excel, MS SharePoint,
Experience with processing international travel through electronic travel management system,
Experience Prioritizing and responding to requests and taskings,
Communicate international travel requirements to employees including security trainings, visa requirements, and travel restrictions for the destination country,
Review and process applications for official passports and applications for international visas,
Interpret and analyze travel regulations, policies, and procedures,
Participate in meetings, conferences, seminars, and trainings.
Interact with internal and external stakeholders, including foreign embassies and government.
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