Please see the attached Franklin Fellows position descriptions, and website links below. USAID is seeking a Franklin Fellow to help coordinate their activities related to the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves and Energy Grand Challenge. The Fellow will support USAID program development, implementation and coordination of household energy and health initiatives in developing countries. Programmatic and administrative duties will help to ensure quality work addressing the gender, technology, health, environmental, behavioral and socioeconomic implications of household energy use.
http://www.careers.state.gov/FF (the home page with instructions on how to apply)
http://www.careers.state.gov/uploads/d3/c1/d3c1a38942aea86b699f1d4f5e1b2... (description is AID 008 under New Positions)
About Franklin Fellows:
The Franklin Fellows Program is a unique and innovative executive development vehicle via which the government taps citizens’ knowledge and which enables approved organizations to promote public service by their professionals. Mid-career and more senior Franklin Fellows, both sponsored and self-nominated, work on global issues of vital importance to the United States, such as the environment; counterterrorism; human rights; consular matters; international development assistance; HIV/AIDS and other trans-national diseases; trade, energy and financial policy; and many others.