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The Advance Person is responsible for traveling to a specific destination to arrange the Ambassador’s accommodation, meetings, and personal security. The Advance Person also ensures that event/meeting that the Ambassador is attending is in line with protocol guidelines. The Advance Person works closely with the Social Secretary, as well as the Scheduling Officer and Security Personnel.
The Social Secretary is responsible for managing the Ambassador’s social calendar, including official and unofficial dinners, receptions, invitations and RSVPs, and guest lists. The Social Secretary also prepares birthday/condolence notes, and gifts on behalf of the Ambassador and assists in developing the Ambassador’s trip briefs. The Social Secretary is required to work closely with his/her direct reports, Advance Person and Scheduling Officer, as well as the Senior Protocol Officer, PR & Media Relations Specialists, and Security Personnel.
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Specialist, Department of Defense Projects
IIE Organization -> IIE US -> CE, Prvt Sector & Acad Pgrms
Washington DC - Washington, DC 20005 US (Primary)
The Specialist, Department of Defense Projects oversees a portfolio of Department of Defense (DoD) sponsored programs including The Language Flagship, the Boren Awards, and Project GO among others. This is a unique opportunity to join initiatives aimed at improving the language and culture skills and knowledge of students and future military officers in US higher education and, more broadly, to transform the way Americans learn languages. The Flagship program for example, offers pathways for students of all academic majors and language levels to pursue professional level language study in nine critical languages including Arabic, Russian, and Chinese.
The Specialist designs, develops and maintains relationships with institutional grantees, and government partners. Oversees program deliverables and milestones for DoD portfolio. Manages communications with universities, overseas partners, other stakeholders and the sponsor. Drafts weekly ad-hoc or periodic reports, collaborating with other units as needed. Takes a lead role in the planning and launch of new and special DoD initiatives and projects. The Specialist ensures IIE complies with DoD instructions as well as established protocol.
Work Experience and Education:
Other Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Work Conditions & Physical Demands:
Essential functions are performed in a general office setting with low noise. Job demands may require long periods of sitting; telephone work and/or computer work, as well as interactions with other team members and external stakeholders. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. IIE is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status
10 to 25%
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Title: Task Manager
Location: Lackland AFB, TX
Salary: up to $175,000
Title: Senior Policy Development Specialist
Location: Mclean, VA
Title: Regional Advisor
Location: Washington, DC
Salary: up to $146,000
Support an Academy for Defense Intelligence (ADI) training program designed to build in-depth regional expertise. Apply regional expertise to the design and delivery of advanced Geostrategic Intelligence Seminars (GIS) at multiple classification levels. Identify and schedule guest speakers to support these advanced seminars and coordinate smaller round table discussions and large scale symposiums. Make recommendations and provide SME support to adapting training content into e-Learning formats. Assist with executing the strategic communication plan for the client, helping maintain an online presences on NIPR, SIPR, and JWICS. Contribute to a monthly online newsletter, support client leadership during briefings, conduct outreach to organizations and working groups within the IC, and find innovative ways to advertise the Regional Expertise and Culture (REC) program.
-Experience with regional and cultural studies or current events, including governance, military and security issues, economics, sociology, history, culture, or geography in a DoD, IC, or academic setting
-Experience with studying or researching security issues in a professional or academic setting
-Experience with Microsoft Office applications
-Ability to work independently, identify industry best practices, and make recommendations to apply industry leading concepts into the client’s training environment
-Ability to build rapport with senior-level intelligence community officials, and collaborate with stakeholders in the development and delivery of various training events
-TS/SCI clearance required
-BA or BS degree
-Knowledge of the intelligence community and its mission
-Ability to work in settings requiring public speaking and briefing
-MA or MS degree preferred
GPS is seeking a Korean Instructor willing to deploy to South Korea ASAP.
Candidates MUST have a TS/SCI Clearance and must have experience teaching Korean. Salary is $90-100k - tax free for being overseas for 330 days or more per the IRS.
Job Title: Korean Instructor
Location: Camp Humphries, South Korea
Salary: $90K -$100k (negotiable with experience)
Start Date: Immediate
Minimum Qualifications: TS/SCI Clearance
Korean Language skill Instructor Experience (able to teach Korean to the ILR 4 scale)
Cryptologic language instruction experience Understanding of Sino Korean language
Title: Linguist/Cultural Advisor
Salary: $75K-$150K depending on experience, plus benefits and relocation
Location: Afghanistan, Iraq, or Africa (various locations)
Start date: ASAP
Type: Full-time contract - one year commitment preferable
This is a full-time position with a disabled veteran owned small business (SDVOS) based in Virginia that provides professional quality services such as language/cultural services, education instruction, intelligence, and cyber technology to a global marketplace. They are seeking speakers of Pashto, Dari, Arabic, Kurdish, Chechen, Turkish, Turkoman, Somali, Turkish, Afar, Acholai, or Amharic to deploy to parts of Africa, Afghanistan, and Iraq for one year.
20 to 30 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
To Apply Contact: Inquiries@GlobalProfessionalSearch.com
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