Avis de recrutement : RTI recherche un(e) Chef(fe) d’équipe aux Etats-Unis.




This position will report to the Senior Director of Contracts and would be based in Washington, DC, or the Research Triangle Park, North Carolina (RTI headquarters). Telecommuting will be considered on a case-by-case basis. The position will be expected to travel internationally up to 15% of the time.  


  • Manage staff through performance and development planning process. Ensure staff development and career progression. 
  • Develop talent by embracing Lead Forward and Dynamic Development to support the growth and career paths of the team. 
  • Responsible for developing and implementing practices to ensure a high level of staff morale, retention, and inclusivity. 
  • To advance RTI’s business objectives, provides expert guidance and advice to contract functions, technical staff, finance, partners and other stakeholders concerning rules and regulations, contractual terms and conditions, applicable institute policies and procedures, and best practices to contract functions. 
  • Develop Business Unit network and show value as a partner to the internal customers, including input on risk management and complex negotiations. 
  • Build strong collaborative relationships with technical staff and business personnel in assigned business areas. 
  • Responsible for tracking and reporting on key metrics and measure for the team, identifying improvement areas, using best practices and improving team efficiency. 
  • Provide guidance and leadership to cross-functional team members. 
  • Oversee development and adherence to standard operating procedures that are consistently applied across the team. 
  • Develop good understandings of the IDG Business Unit strategy and play an active role in helping to achieve strategic objectives. 
  • Understand risk mitigation strategies and make credible and supportable arguments during negotiations or issue resolution. 
  • Consult with Contract leadership regarding particularly troublesome or unfamiliar contract issues. 


    • Bachelor’s Degree and 16 years or Advanced Degree and 12 years of related experience. 
    • Ability to research and summarize standard contractual agreements and regulations that include: CFR, FAR, AIDAR, USAID Regulations, OMB Circulars, commercial regulations and other terms and conditions. 
    • Experience with general corporate business practices, government and commercial contracting regulations and principles, and subcontracting practices. 
    • Experience with managing US Federal Agency awards of various types including Contracts and Cooperative Agreements. Managing USAID and International Funders preferred. 
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship. 

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