Chief of Party-Georgia (Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan)


Chief of Party

Hiring Procedure


Working Language


Work Schedule

Full Time


May 15, 2023

Location: Georgia

Period of Performance: 3 Years

Policy and Management Consulting Group (PMCG) is looking for a Chief of Party (CoP) for an anticipated USAID South Caucasus Regional Tourism Program. The purpose of the USAID/Caucasus Regional Tourism Program is to build durable regional cooperation among Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia, based on market drivers and shared economic interests in the tourism sector, thereby contributing to cohesion and peace in the South Caucasus.In order to achieve its purpose, this program is expected to address two objectives: 1) Consistent engagement among a broad range of tourism-related stakeholders in the South Caucasus fostered; 2) Tangible economic benefits realized from regional tourism development initiatives.

The Chief of Party (COP) provides leadership and technical direction for the project and serves as the primary liaison with USAID on management and technical matters.


  • Provide technical direction, leadership, and oversight of all programmatic and administrative matters
  • Oversee strategic, managerial, and technical decisions, identify and mitigate project risks, and suggest necessary adjustments
  • Serve as the main liaison with USAID and ensure adherence to USAID regulation, contract requirements and PMCG’s policies
  • Navigate the relationship between the three countries and consider sensitivity of the situation to promote cooperation between stakeholders
  • Develop and implement the program annual work plans for project activities
  • Supervise the development and submission of project deliverables and provide timely and accurate reporting and briefings to USAID and relevant stakeholders on all program areas
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Advanced degree in a directly related field
  • Extensive experience leading international donor-supported programs of similar size, complexity and scope
  • Experience in South Caucasus preferred
  • Demonstrated knowledge of USAID rules, regulations, policies, and procedures as they relate to project and program compliance and reporting
  • Demonstrated ability to engage in multi-stakeholder dialogue, including sustaining partnerships and strong working relationships with donors, host country government counterparts, civil society, and the private sector
  • Understanding of how to manage programs in fluid political or conflict-affected environments, preferably in complex, multi-country activities
  • Flexibility to manage potential changes in program objectives and shifting political contingencies
  • Proficiency in written and spoke English is required

To apply please send your Resume  to the following email address:  [email protected] and indicate the title “COP RTP 04/23” in the email subject line.

PMCG is committed to achieving workforce diversity and is opposed to all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.

Equality is fully incorporated in all PMCG’s work as a universal human right.

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