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This position is located in Office of Air and Radiation, Office of Atmospheric Progams, Climate change Division, Non-C02 Programs Branch, in Washington, DC.
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Research and prepare analyses, and work with domestic and international partners, as well as other stakeholders, to advance methane recovery and use opportunities both domestically and internationally, including solutions on how to overcome barriers to project implementation. Serve as EPA representative on international subcommittees under the Global Methane Initiative. The incumbent will be required to represent and communicate Agency policy and conduct negotiations with senior government representatives from GMI Partner countries as well as representatives from private industry. Communicate the results of projects, programs and analyses to senior staff within EPA, other government agencies, the private sector, and internationally. This will require development of good working relationship with senior EPA management, staff in other Agencies, State Department, US Agency for International Development, industry representatives and other interested parties working on methane recovery and use issues. Design and implement projects, programs, and activities related to methane recovery and use. Serve as technical advisor on implementation and policy issues related to methane recovery and use, specifically related to EPA's work under the Global Methane Initiative.
You will spend less than 25%, of your work time on contracts, grants/cooperative agreements, and/or interagency agreements.