Deputy Director
Fintrac - Washington, DC

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Seeking a creative, results-oriented individual to join the new DC-based “Partnering for Innovation” program being implemented by Fintrac for the US Agency for International Development. The purpose is to put agricultural technologies into the hands of smallholders in the developing world, and stakeholders include R&D institutes, input and equipment manufacturers, scientists, marketing agents and farmers across the globe. Responsibilities of the deputy director include team/activities coordination, technical deliverables tracking & reporting, project representation, and budget oversight. The right person for the job is a highly organized, articulate conceptual thinker with the proven ability to faciliate both internal and external consensus around technology and partner grant distribution, and provide the follow-up monitoring necessary to either ensure impact, or provide change management leadership. We need a tenacious problem-solver, with excellent writing and analytical skills, who is able to help other team members shine, and can round out their varied skillsets in corporate partnership development, technologies commercialization, grant management, and strategic communications. We encourage anyone with 7+ years of broadly applicable experience to apply. Interviewing through early January.

Fintrac is an equal opportunity employer.

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Fintrac, a woman owned and US-based consulting company develops agricultural solutions to end hunger and poverty. For more than 20 years, we...