JUNIOR AFGHANISTAN PROGRAM ASSISTANT
The Orientation and In-Processing Center (OIP) assists all U.S Government employees and contractors under Chief of Mission authority deploying to Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan (AIP). OIP in-processes employees and provides off-shore support to reduce the administrative footprint at these high threat posts. OIP’s support allows the AIP posts to focus more on their diplomatic missions.
The contractor shall work under a contract as a Junior- Level Specialist- Program Assistant (Summer Hire).
Junior Program Assistant performing administrative functions on behalf of Mission Afghanistan
CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSE, PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OR OTHER EXPERTISE REQUIRED.
- Provides customer support to a block of individuals deploying to Afghanistan. This involves phone, E-mail, and direct communication with employees during in-processing.
- Assist traveler with deployment requirements and liaison with supporting offices within DoS to include:
- Assist traveler with Visa application
- Assist traveler with Passport (when necessary)
- Ability to work under pressure and tight or short deadlines.
- Assists walk-in customers in a professional manner.
- Verify all country clearance requests
- Process Common Access Cards (CAC) applications
- Conducts in-processing orientation and ensures the employee has all deployment documents completed.
The contractor must have:
PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE
- Experience working under pressure.
- Working knowledge of personal computers and general administrative practices.
The period of performance is 3 months after the date of task order awarded with possible extension as needed.
PLACE OF PERFORMANCE
The place of performance is the Orientation & In-Processing Center located at building SA-4 on Navy Hill.
Work will be performed up to 40 hours per week, excluding Federal holidays, and other times as approved by the Government Task Manager.
The work described herein is primarily sedentary, performed in an office setting. Some walking will be required throughout the workplace facilities and at work sites. The work environment involves everyday risks or discomforts that require normal safety precautions typical of such places as conference rooms or office spaces. There are no unusual physical demands.
GOVERNMENT-FURNISHED EQUIPMENT, BADGE, KEYS AND/OR FACILITIES PROVIDED.
The Government will provide contractor personnel with an office environment typically provided to Government personnel that includes workstations, facsimile, telephones and computers with access to the Internet and local area network (LAN).
Work under this task order is Secret. The contractor shall comply with all applicable Department of Defense (DoD) security regulations and procedures during the performance of this task order. The contractor shall not disclose and must safeguard personnel sensitive information, computer systems and data, privacy act data, and Government personnel work products that are obtained or generated in the performance of this task order. If necessary, the contractor will be required to provide clearances for personnel requiring access to Government computers and workstations.
Knowledge of Program Office and DoS.
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