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New Business Recruitment Manager – new

Chemonics International Washington, DC

include: • Lead team in developing effective working relationships with clients, potential partners, counterparts, stakeholders, subcontractors… Glassdoor

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Operations and compliance manager – new

Chemonics International Washington, DC

include: • Ensure that projects and activities in Afghanistan are in compliance with contract and USAID and other federal government regulations and… Glassdoor

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Temporary Business Development Associate - Afghanistan

Chemonics International Washington, DC

include: • Participating on proposal teams • Providing research, writing, and administrative support for proposals and other marketing materials… Glassdoor

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    Good place to learn and great people

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    Chemonics has excellent project management systems in place which are helpful on the job and useful to be exposed to whether you stay in government contracting or go on into something else. On top of that the company has fantastic employees and it's generally easy to get along with your colleagues. While not immune by any stretch to the standard drive of the contracting world to spend out the budget, nearly all the staff are genuinely motivated to ensure the projects are both successful and impactful,


    A lot of the younger employees have a tendency to get blindsided here. Chemonics will routinely throw new and relatively unqualified people into roles that require some level of sophistication and experience with the company, and it is important to remember that even if you are not set up for success your reputation will suffer if you don't end up doing well.

    This company has its problems. If you work here you will hear about and/or discuss them endlessly, but if you know what you want to get out of the experience and are able to take ownership of any tasks you take on, it's as good a launching platform as there is in this industry.

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    Promoting from within is great but relying on it exclusively seems to be preventing the company from making a lot of the same mistakes.

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