The Jamaica Country Project Director will be responsible for the coordination and administration of all in-country Farmer-to-Farmer program activities. The objective of the Farmer-to-Farmer Program is to improve economic opportunities in rural areas by increasing food production and distribution and promoting better farm and marketing operations. Projects may focus on select agricultural commodity chains, and US volunteers provide specific technical assistance to small and medium producers, agro-processors and others working at all levels of these chains.

**Position to be filled by a local in Jamaica eligible by law to work in Jamaica.

The Program Officer for Economic Development and Health will support the USAID-funded Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) program in reporting, logistical planning, and program monitoring and evaluation (M&E). This position reports to the Assistant Director of Economic Development and Health.

The Recruiter for the Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) program within the Economic Development and Health unit will support the USAID-funded F2F program in recruiting volunteers based on project assignments in field offices. This position reports to the Assistant Director of Economic Development and Health.

Partners of the Americas is seeking an Event Planning Consultant to plan a series of 3-4, two-day professional development seminars located across the Eastern Region of the U.S. for the U.S. Exchange Alumni Network and Capacity Building Program. The seminars will engage U.S. alumni of U.S. Department of State programs by providing them an opportunity to leverage skills and experiences gained through their exchanges to prosper in a globalized world and marketplace. 

The Event Planning Consultant for the Eastern Region will work closely with Partners’ and State Department staff on seminar implementation components involving seminar planning, securing venues and services, and providing logistical guidance for seminar participants and presenters. They will report directly to the Senior Program Officer. 

Desarrollar un Plan Nacional de Capacitación para la Inspección Laboral del MTSS y su respectivo diseño curricular basado en competencias, con el fin de mejorar la gestión de servicios de inspección laboral con énfasis en violaciones en salarios mínimos, horas de trabajo y salud ocupacional, en el sector agroexportador bajo el proyecto Implementando una Cultura de Cumplimiento Laboral en el Sector Agroexportador de Costa Rica. Esto dentro del marco de trabajo decente que ejecuta actualmente la DNI del MTSS. 

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Partners of the Americas is an international grassroots organization that connects individuals and organizations to serve and change lives through lasting partnerships in the Western Hemisphere. The Assistant Director for Economic Development and Health will manage and backstop a portfolio of USAID-funded programs that provide technical assistance to agricultural producers, organizations, and agribusinesses, and support nutrition and food security in Latin America and the Caribbean. This is a full-time position in our Washington, DC office with occasional travel. The Assistant Director/Director, Economic Development & Heath will report to the Senior Director, Economic Development & Heath 

Partners of the Americas (Partners) is seeking an Education & Exchanges Program Officer to support recruitment, application, selection, and monitoring of institutional and individual grants competitions for programs under the Education and Global Citizenship unit. Partners of the Americas administers the 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund to increase student mobility between the U.S. and Latin America & the Caribbean by fostering international partnerships between higher education institutions, and the U.S. Exchange Alumni Network and Capacity Building Program to engage U.S. alumni of U.S. Department of State programs to expand upon their exchange experience and use skills developed abroad to address shared challenges. 

The Program Officer will support both programs and will be primarily responsible for the application cycles for capacity-building seminars, workshops, and grants opportunities, and for monitoring the implementation of selected community projects. This includes, but is not limited to, launching and promoting events and grant competitions, organizing review committees and proposal selection process, supporting event-planning and coordination, handling administrative tasks for onboarding selected grantees, monitoring small grants projects, and reporting to donors.

The Associate Director, New Business Development position is based in Washington, DC and will provide support to the Strategic Alliances and Communications Unit in implementing the outreach strategy, leading new business opportunities, and responding to solicitations and requests for proposals from the U.S. government (USG), corporate foundations, and other funding sources. The Associate Director, New Business Development will report to the Sr. Director, Strategic Alliances and Communications, and work closely with junior level, mid-level, and senior staff to pursue funding opportunities at all stages of the new business development process including opportunity identification, intelligence gathering and donor cultivation, and proposal/concept paper development.