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Somalia Site Coordinator (s)

Location: Somalia

Type: Contracted

Min. Experience: Experienced

Company Overview

RMGS is a growing, Veteran Owned business that recently won a large IDIQ type Department of State Contract in Africa.

Job Summary

Provide observation, monitoring, and surveillance of all U.S. government contractors, grantees, and end-users of U.S. government peacekeeping operations (PKO) -funded assistance in Somalia.

RMGS has a need for two Site Coordinators to provide project monitoring and reporting services

Location: Work will be in Mogadishu, Somalia, with temporary duty travel to other locations in Somalia and the surrounding region as required.

Responsibilities and Duties (abbreviated)

  • carefully review all Statements of Work and grant documentation relevant to the operational area, as provided by the COR and/or GOR, and maintain awareness of modifications to contractual requirements, in order to familiarize himself/herself with , track, and monitor compliance with Task Order requirements.
  • The Site Coordinator shall communicate regularly (at least two times per week) with the Office of Security Cooperation for U.S. Mission to Somalia to de-conflict and coordinate end-use monitoring and documentation of U.S. security assistance.
  • The Site Coordinator shall assist in the conduct of joint inventories between the contractor and other applicable parties (i.e. Somali end-users, AMISOM, U.S. government), and provide written notification via email of observations from inventories to the COR to assist in making determinations regarding acceptance.
  • review and note any problems and inconsistencies with end-user accounting documents, records, and for the aforementioned support
  • The Site Coordinator shall visit project sites and other locations throughout the place of performance and provide written notification via email to the COR and U.S. Mission to Somalia
  • The Site Coordinator shall attend meetings and discussions between the contractor and recipient country personnel, and identify any issues requiring U.S. government intervention or decisions to the COR.

Qualifications and Skills


  • fluent in both English and Somali is required for one position. Fluency in English required for another position.
  • Any combination of 1 year of demonstrated prior military and programmatic experience (as a U.S. government civilian program management official, foreign government program management official, or program implementer) within the security field (military, intelligence, police, and justice sectors).
  • Demonstrated prior experience operating in conflict and/or post-conflict areas in either a military or programmatic (U.S. government civilian program manager, contractor, or grantee) capacity.
  • Demonstrated prior professional or academic experience using in Microsoft Word and Excel, specifically familiarity with tracked changes in Word and building formulas in Excel.
  • Demonstrated prior experience operating in Somalia.


Preferred Qualifications

  • Demonstrated prior experience working directly with militaries and/or other security forces in Africa.
  • Knowledge of U.S. government and Department of State acquisition policies and regulations.


We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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