Counterpart seeks a Manager for the Programs Support Unit [PSU]. The PSU Manager is a member of a team of professionals working under the supervision of the PSU Director. The team is responsible for the coordination, monitoring, execution, and delivery of timely and effective services to Programs in support of awarded programming. The PSU ensures that programs are consistently and effectively following Counterpart’s policies and procedures; to highlight areas of risk to the PSU Director, program leadership and, if required, the Vice President of Programs; to work with Counterpart departments to update and/or improve policies and procedures based on feedback from Programs and observations working directly with projects; and to reduce risk through consistent monitoring of key areas including: budgets, cost share, burn-rate, project procurement (goods, services and grants), sub-award management, and project HR issues.The Manager provides support to individual programs as well as collecting information on trends and challenges that span multiple programs. The Manager is responsible for highlighting systemic concerns or challenges that impact operational performance and working with the PSU Director and Vice President of Programs to propose actions to Programs Leadership to resolve these matters.The Manager reports to the PSU Director and works in close collaboration with the Programs Unit to support individual programs.
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