NOTE: This is a supervisory position. Under provision of the Civil Service Reform
Act, first-time supervisors are required to serve a trial period before their
appointment becomes final. Those who do
not satisfactorily complete the trial period will be returned to positions of
no lower grade and pay then those they occupied before assuming their
· Serves as the
principal Deputy Superintendent Trust Services and advisor to the
Superintendent. Shares fully in carrying out all phases or activities within
the agencys trust programs, i.e., trust, natural resources, forestry/fire,
real estate services, including land consolidation, probates, minerals, lease
compliance, and acquisition and disposal.
· Manages and
coordinates the activities of the trust programs to ensure that program
elements responsible for disbursing federal funds or managing federal trust
property adhere to applicable statutes, codes, treasury regulations,
departmental and bureau policies.
and maintains a cooperative working relationship with tribe(s), including
soliciting their opinions and knowledge on matters of importance to them.
a coordinated continuous analysis of individual Indian and tribal needs, and in
cooperation with tribal government, plans, directs and recommends measures
deemed appropriate for the conservation and full utilization and protection of
Indian owned resources.
for budgeting, program planning and development of cooperative relationships
for and within the Trust Service programs.
· Ensures program
functions and activities are met by staff to meet goals and objectives,
provides advice, counsel, and instruction on both work and administrative
matters, recommends candidates for selection, hears and resolves complaints
from employees, makes decisions on training, overtime and awards and recommends
changes in position management.