Partner Officer, USAID Africa Trade and Investment (ATI) program

ROLE’S PURPOSE:The Partner Officer will help the Partner team ensure that all procurement documentation is accurate and complete before goes to finance for payment on a regular basis and achieved according to project deadlines. The individual will ensure that all procurement actions are compliant with FAR and AIDAR regulations.


  • Provide assistance to the partner team in database entry, procurement tracking, and reporting.
  • Maintain integrity of procurement system and files in compliance with DAI practices and policies and USAID rules and regulations.
  • Maintain procurement activity tracker and provide regular updates on status to the Partner Manager and relevant technical staff.
  • Review procurement documents in TAMIS as well as hard copy files to ensure all backup documents are included in compliance with the project Field Operations Manual, and revise/correct as required.
  • Report accurate financial data to the Finance Manager on planned procurement activities.
  • Assist with the preparation of source selection memos which provide clear justification for the selection of vendor/local subcontractor.
  • Assist with responding to bidders’ queries and feedback on the evaluation process
  • Review Procurement documents in SharePoint drive to ensure all relevant documents are present
  • Other duties as assigned by Partner Manager or Senior Leadership team.


The Partner Officer will report to a Partner Manager.


  • Bachelor’s degree and 6+ years of experience in procurement
  • Experience supporting procurement & acquisition aspects of USAID-funded projects, including an understanding of applicable procurement-related USG & Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) regulations
  • Working knowledge of internal controls and audit processes (e.g. procurement, local subcontract agreements, etc.)
  • Demonstrated strong problem-solving skills as well as exceptional customer relations (both internally & externally); provides sound business judgment and contractual oversight
  • An extremely well-organized and self-directed individual with sound technical skills, analytical ability, good judgment, and strong operational focus
  • Excellent writing, speaking, and reading skills in English.

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