Program Management Specialist

  • Location
    Washington, D.C.
  • Sector
  • Experience
    Early Career
  • Posted
    Sep 28

Position description

Tuvli, an Akima Company, is dedicated to providing our customers with superior, integrated technology and program support services and solutions. Our systems engineering, information technology, information assurance, program support and project management staff work closely with customers to ensure that our solutions are directly aligned with their business processes and desired program outcomes. We emphasize affordability, and delivering the best value for technology investments. Our personnel enjoy competitive benefits packages and challenging roles in work environments committed to innovation, diversity and opportunity for career growth. As an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC), 100% of our company’s profits go back to our 14,300 Iñupiat shareholders that have resided near and above the Arctic Circle for more than 10,000 years. Our business helps support their way of life and contributes to the survival of a culture that has thrived in a challenging environment.



  • Assist in program development, program management, country assessment planning, and oversight.
  • Assist in organizing and notetaking for intra-departmental and interagency meetings.
  • Maintain files, including strategic documents, individual country work plans, program budgets, and assessment plans and reports.
  • Assist in the preparation, administration, and maintenance of required lifecycle contract and grant documents for pre-award, award, post-award, and closeout.
  • Assist in the preparation and administration of the program’s financial milestones throughout the grant and contract lifecycle, including pre-award, award, post-award, and closeout to include:
    • Funding requisitions requested and approved by the Grants Officer Representative (GOR) or Grants Office (GO).
    • Preparation of invoices and associated documents for the GOR or GO’s review and approval.
  • Participate in program review meetings and attend meetings that pertain to on-going programs and new requirements, as required;
  • Assist in coordinating efforts with the acquisition management office on grants related issues;
  • Attend office, team, and program meetings, as required;
  • Travel to monitor programs as required;
  • Serve as one of the office’s point of contact for grants related vetting matters.
  • Utilize classified resources from the Bureau for Intelligence and Research (INR) and other offices to perform classified searches, analyze sources and content to determine whether there has been a gross violation of human rights or other derogatory offense.


  • Bachelor’s degree in International Relations, International Development Management, or Public Administration preferred;
  • Strong analytical skills;
  • Highly organized;
  • Strong written and oral communications skills;
  • Willingness to work as a team player in a fast-paced environment.
  • Minimum of 1 year of related experience
  • Knowledge of cost analysis techniques and ways to evaluate programs;
  • Familiarity of human rights and democracy records of foreign governments and an understanding of applicable international standards of human rights;
  • Ability to obtain a Ts/SCI clearance
  • Familiarity of the principals, theories, and practices of international relations; ix. Able and interested to quickly get up to speed on:
    • Current federal grant policies and regulatory agencies
    • Current federal budget policies and regulation and the ability to apply them to the work environment.

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