Job Title: Supervisory Program Director, GS-301-15 (Open to All U.S. Citizens) ARCJob Announcement Number: PHMSA.PSHQ-2013-0017
Department: Department Of Transportation
Agency: Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
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/ Per Year
Friday, April 26, 2013 to
Monday, May 06, 2013
SERIES & GRADE:
Full Time - -
WHO MAY APPLY:
Applications will be accepted from any U.S. citizen.
The U.S. Department of Transportation, Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration's (PHMSA) mission is to protect people and the environment from the risk inherent in transportation of hazardous materials - by pipeline and other modes of transportation.
This position serves as Director of the Office of Program Development, Office of Pipeline Safety. You will guide the office of Pipeline Safety’s communication and outreach activities for key safety programs. You will play a leadership role in forming partnerships among federal and state agencies and the regulated industry to cooperatively develop, implement and evaluate risk management applications for pipeline safety, reliability and environmental stewardship.
The ideal candidate is an experienced professional with knowledge in planning, management, and implementation of the activities of the Program Development Office, including public education, communication and outreach programs, mapping risk based approaches to safety, forming partnerships, procedures, programs, and goals.
- You must be a U.S. citizen & meet specialized experience
- Submit application and resume online by 11:59 PM EST on the closing date
- Provide all required documents by closing date
- Position is telework eligible
- Announcement may be used to fill similar positions within 30 days
DUTIES:Back to top
As a, Supervisory Program Director, you will:
- Manage partnership with the Common Ground Alliance, the National Association to State Fire Marshals, and other public awareness and damage prevention initiatives including technology grants program and community information grants program.
- Identify and help to institutionalize pipeline best practice including API 1162 and PIPA that meet the established standards and promotes safety and environmental performance.
- Supervise staff and creates teams from within and outside of the organization to accomplish Office of Pipeline Safety goals.
- Organize public meetings and workshops to ensure the clarity of understanding of the oversight process.
- Facilitate industry collaboration and cooperation in management reviews and information exchange.
- Manage key programs including the National Pipeline mapping systems, emergency awareness outreach program and damage prevention activities.
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:Back to top
To meet the minimum qualifications for this position, you must meet the experience qualifications for the grade at which you are requesting consideration.
Applicants must meet all qualification requirements by the closing date of this announcement.
To qualify, you must have at least one year of specialized experience equal or equivalent to the following:
- Experience managing the design, testing, initial implementation and evaluation of risk-based approaches to include identifying best practices established to address safety and environmental issues.
- Experience providing program direction and damage prevention outreach efforts aimed at the public, to include hazardous liquid and natural gas integrity to enhance operational practices of government and industry.
- Experience leading staff to develop, train, motivate, and evaluate diverse workforce.
- Experience educating and exchanging information with various audiences including senior management, State and local officials, on environmental performance.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
- Males born after 12/31/1959 must be registered for the Selective Service.
- You must complete a one-year supervisory probationary period (unless already completed).
- Government Travel Card - You must be able to obtain and retain a Government contractor-issued travel card to be used for official business as a condition of employment. If unable to obtain and/or retain a card, you may be subject to removal. Those who fail to meet this condition of employment will have our offer of employment rescinded.
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:
If you meet the qualification requirements, your application will be placed in one of four categories: Platinum, Gold, Silver or Bronze, which is based upon your responses to the vacancy questions. Within these categories, applicants eligible for veteran's preference that have provided supporting documents will receive selection priority over non-veterans. The top rated applications will be reviewed for the quality of your experience, education and training relevant to the position. If your resume does not support the specialized experience, or if your application does not support your answers to the Vacancy Specific Questions, your final rating may be modified and/or you may be disqualified from consideration.
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HOW TO APPLY:Back to top
You must submit a complete application package (including resume, vacancy questions and supporting documents) no later than midnight Eastern Time on the closing date of the announcement.
- To begin, click the Apply Online button on the job announcement.
- Follow the directions to register, submit all required documents and complete the assessment questionnaire.
- You may review your saved application(s) at https://my.usajobs.gov.
If you are having difficulty applying online, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (202)366-1298.
The following documents must
be provided by the close date:
Failure to submit any of the required documents by the closing date of the vacancy will result in your removal from consideration for this position.
- RESUME - Showing relevant experience and education and fully supporting the required specialized experience.
- COMPLETED QUESTIONNAIRE
- VETERANS - In order to be considered as a preference eligible, you must submit a copy of your Certificate of Release or Discharge From Active Duty, DD214. Your DD214 need not be official but must show the type of discharge and dates of active duty. If you are claiming preference eligibility as a disabled veteran, you must submit proof of entitlement of this preference which is normally a valid letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs certifying to the present existence of the service-connected disability and indicating the percentage of your disability.
- SPECIAL APPOINTING AUTHORITY DOCUMENTS - If requesting concurrent consideration for Non-competitive (NC) appointment eligibility (e.g. military spouse or persons with disabilities), you must provide appropriate supporting documentation such as PCS orders describing move & marriage certificate; letter from VA or DD214 describing 100% disability of spouse; letter from State Vocational Office certifying disability, etc. For more information, visit military spouse NC appointments or Persons with Disabilities NC appointments. Documents are only required if requesting non-competitive consideration.
- DISPLACED EMPLOYEE PLACEMENT DOCUMENTS - Only required if requesting priority consideration under CTAP/ICTAP. You must submit ALL of the following: (1) your most recent performance appraisal, (2) the proof of eligibility letter from the Agency, and (3) your most current SF-50, displaying current series and grade. In addition, you must meet the well qualified standards for this vacancy (falling in the Gold Category).
WHAT TO EXPECT NEXT:
You may check your application status by logging into your USAJOBS account. Within two weeks of the closing date, your application will be reviewed and rated. The most highly qualified candidates in the top group will be referred to the hiring manager for further consideration. If you are selected for an interview, the hiring manager will contact you directly. Once a hiring decision is made, we will notify all applicants of their final status.