Enough is looking actively to grow our team. We are hiring a senior policy analyst for Sudan and South Sudan, a natural resources expert, an associate director for the Sudans and Horn of Africa team, and a policy director for Enough and the Sentry.

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The Foreign Affairs Information Technology (IT) Fellowship Program awards five Fellows (three graduates and two undergraduates) with tuition assistance, mentorship, and professional development to launch their careers in the U.S. Department of State's Foreign Service.  The application deadline is February 13, 2017.The Foreign Affairs IT Fellowship program was established to recruit outstanding undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in pursuing a Foreign Service Specialist IT career with the Department of State.  The program provides financial support towards: 

a.  Undergraduate junior and senior years; or

b.  A two year graduate degree program in an IT-related field.

Program Benefits

Students receive up to $37,500 annually for tuition, room and board, books, and traveling costs for two years of study in an IT-related undergraduate or graduate degree.  Fellows participate in two summer internships:  one domestically upon completion of the first year of the program; and one overseas after completion of the second year of the program.  Fellows also receive stipend support of $10,000 per internship.  After successfully completing the program and Foreign Service entry requirements, Fellows become employed at the Department of State as a Foreign Service IT Specialist.

Criteria for the Program

The following are criteria for the program students:

a.  Must be a U.S. Citizen;

b.  Must be in the sophomore year of an IT undergraduate study or seeking 
               to enter a two-year IT graduate degree program in the fall 2017 at a 
               U.S.-based university or college when applying for the fellowship; and

c.  Must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.2 out of 4.0.

In addition to outstanding leadership and academic achievement in an IT-related field, students must demonstrate a financial need and be able to obtain medical, security, and suitability clearances to remain in the program.

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Regional Workshop Consultant


Rule of Law

Requisition ID:


Employment Status:

CTR - Contractor

FLSA Status:

Not Applicable

City, State and/or Region

Sahel/Maghreb Region



The United States Institute of Peace is an independent quasi-federal institution established and funded by the U.S. Congress to:

Prevent and resolve violent international conflict;
Promote post-conflict stability and development; 
Increase peacebuilding capacity, tools, and intellectual capital.

The Institute accomplishes its mission through direct engagement in peacebuilding efforts around the world, and by empowering others with knowledge, skills, and resources. 



The Regional Rule of Law Workshop Consultant (RWC) will support the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) and its partners in implementing a series of rule of law related workshops in six (6) countries across the Sahel and Maghreb in Africa. More specifically, the RWC will monitor and support workshops foreseen under USIP’s Justice and Security Dialogue program in Senegal, Morocco, Tunisia, Nigeria, Mali, and Burkina Faso. The RWC will work in several of these countries. The RWC is responsible for ensuring, together with local partners, that all workshops foreseen by the USIP Justice and Security Dialogue program assigned to her/him are held in a manner that complies with USIP standards and objectives. The RWC is also responsible for cultivating partnerships in target countries, monitoring and supporting in-country partners, and monitoring and reporting on project relevant activities in-country, including reporting and monitoring each workshop falling under her/his responsibility.


The RWC is based in one of the six (6) countries in either North or West Africa. He or she liaises and reports to USIP DC-based staff, including the Senior Program Officer managing the program.

NOTE: This is a consultancy contract with an initial period of 5 months with the possibility of extension pending funding.



§  Ensure – together with local partners – that all workshops assigned to her/him take place in accordance with standards and objectives determined by USIP;

§  Monitor and support local partners in the preparation, implementation and evaluation of workshops;

§  Liaise with each local partner organization, record progress, facilitate communication with USIP;

§  Provide updated program implementation on a regular basis and as requested by USIP Washington DC based staff;

§  Provide local logistics support for USIP DC-based staff visits;

§  Conduct focus groups and interviews for baseline research and other outreach activity to collect project monitoring data; and

§  Help USIP develop strong working relationships with stakeholders and local partners.



§  Fluency in written and spoken French and English;

§  A minimum experience of four (4) years in at least one of the following areas: rule of law, peacebuilding/conflict resolution, democracy and governance, and/or international law and human rights;

§  Proven experience in implementing and evaluating workshops;

§  Proven experience in working with civil society partners and government/public officials;

§  At least three (3) years of experience working in the Sahel and / or Maghreb;

§  Strong written and oral communication skills;

§  University degree required; Masters or J.D. preferred;

§  Experience conducting field research and data collection;

§  Proactive, solution-oriented, versatile, and efficient with a strong understanding of local and regional contexts; and

§  Demonstrated experience and skills in implementing and monitoring programs in conflict or post-conflict environments.


All USIP contract and employee positions are contingent upon the favorable completion of a suitability background investigation.

Compensation is commensurate with qualifications and experience.


How to Apply 
To be considered for this contract opportunity, please submit a complete application package consisting of:
1.  Cover letter
2.  Resume

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Only those applicants that are selected for further discussions will be contacted.

USIP is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy and practice of USIP to offer equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants and employees without regard to race, color, age, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, HIV/AIDS status, political affiliations or belief, pregnancy, or any other characteristic protected by law.