Vacancy Announcement: Project Management Specialist (War Legacy Reconciliation)

Vacancy Announcement: Project Management Specialist (War Legacy Reconciliation)

The United States Embassy in Hanoi, Vietnam is seeking an eligible and qualified applicant for the Cooperating Country National Personal Services Contractor (CCNPSC) position of Project Management Specialist (War Legacy Reconciliation) in its U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).

  1. Vacancy Announcement No.: USAID-2021-017
  2. Opening Date: October 22, 2021
  3. CLOSING DATE:  November 21, 2021, 17:00 Hanoi time
  4. AREA OF CONSIDERATION:  All Interested candidates/All sources who are Cooperating Country National (CCN)

Cooperating country national (CCN) means an individual who is a cooperating country citizen, or a non-cooperating country citizen lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the cooperating country.


Quyen Hoang, Supervisory Human Resources Specialist at [email protected]; Tel: +84-24-3850-5000 ; ext. 2763 ; and Loan Nguyen, Human Resources and Travel Assistant at [email protected]; Tel: +84-24-3850-5000; at ext. 2673. 

  1. POSITION TITLE: Project Management Specialist (War Legacy Reconciliation), 30000884
  2. MARKET VALUE/BASE SALARY (per annum): US$ 24,500.00 – US$ 36,739.00 (FSN-10)

Supplemented by attractive allowances, cash and non-cash benefits and incentives according to U.S. Embassy Vietnam’s Local Compensation Plan (which will be $31,257 – $45,372 as detailed in section 15).

  1. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE/Length of the contract/ WORK SCHEDULE:  Definite term – five years / Monday through Friday (40 hours per week).

USAID expects the services under this contract to be continuing in nature for the contractor to perform under a series of sequential contracts, subject to the availability of fund.


USAID/Vietnam, 15th floor, Tung Shing Building, No. 2 Ngo Quyen street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi, Vietnam

  1. SECURITY LEVEL REQUIRED:  Local Security Certification or Public Trust

The USAID Project Management Specialist (War Legacy Reconciliation) position is located within the Reconciliation and Inclusive Development Office (RIDO) of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission Vietnam in Hanoi. The job holder will assist the Office Director (OD) to manage the War Legacy Reconciliation earmark that helps contribute to Intermediate Result (IR) 3: “Vietnamese capacity to identify war dead increased” of the Special Objective: “Overcome war and Agent Orange” of the USAID/Vietnam Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS). S/he ensures successful design, procurement, and program management of war legacy reconciliation activities and specifically the war dead program, consisting of Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) analysis, archival data matching and related activities. S/he will also counsel Mission and U.S. Embassy staff on the political and technical aspects of these activities and the integration of these activities into Mission objectives and serve as a Contracting/Agreement Officer Representative (AOR) of this activity. S/he will serve as the Mission’s main point of contact (POC) on war legacy reconciliation activities with all related Government of Vietnam (GVN) counterparts including Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of National Defense, Ministry of Labor – Invalids and Social Affairs, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology and Ministry of Health during project design, approval and implementation. S/he will also serve as the main War Legacy Reconciliation portfolio’s POC within USAID, with the U.S. Embassy and other USG agencies, other development partners and private sector. S/he will serve as alternate COR and/or AOR of other RIDO activities including Dioxin Remediation and Disability programming.

Issuing Country 
Friday, October 22, 2021 – 11:15pm

Vacancy Announcement: Project Management Specialist (War Legacy Reconciliation)
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