Foreign Service Environment Officers provide technical leadership and assistance to partner countries to achieve national and global environmental conservation, climate change and sustainable development goals. Environment Officers represent the US Government and engage in country and sector-level strategic planning and coordination with host country governmental and non-governmental organizations, other development donors, international organizations and a range of US government agencies to support the design, management, monitoring, evaluation, oversight and reporting for environment programs that are funded by USAID and implemented by NGOs, the private sector, international organizations, or host government partners. Throughout a Foreign Service career, officers will likely assume positions that entail supervision of one or more staff and/or management of a team or office within USAID. Foreign Service Environment Officers may have expertise in a particular environment sector and/or region but during the course of their careers, they can expect to have to work across a range of environmental issues in different regions of the world.
Please find the vacancy announcement: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/677655900