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 supervisory assignment.
SUMMARY OF DUTIES: The incumbent is primarily responsible for carrying out the
Federal governments responsibility of protecting and managing land and natural
resources held in trust for Indian, enhancement and improvement of social and
economic status, and serving as the Federal governments principal agent in the
government-to-government relationship with the tribe.
- Responsible for all minerals operations which are accomplished by the Osage Agency pursuant to the Act of June 28, 1906, and CFR 226.
- Performs all aspects of the oil and gas program which include Oil & Gas Accounting ensuring that minerals accounting procedures and systems are in place.
· Maintains the official relationship between the Federal Government
and the Tribe providing program and service in a trust capacity.
· Develops and fosters the relationship to support a co-equal
partnership arrangement in carrying out all governmental trust and programmatic
responsibilities of the Bureau to the Tribe.
· Attends Tribal and other meetings wherein Tribal and Federal
government business and information is discussed to make decisions and/or
advise the Tribe on the decisions to be made.
· Provides advice and assistance to the Tribes in the development
and use of their resources while maintaining and ensuring the conditions of the
· Develops communications and rapport to enhance coordination with
Federal and State Agencies.
· Protects and manages land and natural resources held in trust,
enhancement and improvement of social and economic status.
· Administers programs and services in accordance with federal laws,
regulations, policies and procedures, and guidelines.
· Identifies goals, priorities, policies, guidelines, procedures,
and directs the planning, organization, staffing, and budgeting of the federal
government operations which provides a variety of programs and services and
procures the support necessary for implementations.
· Provides budget oversight and execution for Federal programs, to
include direct appropriations, loans, and grants, recommends Tribal drawdowns
for contracts, and other appropriated fund items.
· Ensures the agency is staffed with qualified employees in
accordance with Indian preference mandates and personnel laws, regulations, and
· Explains and defines responsibilities, objectives and goals to
subordinate supervisors and evaluates results achieved for program compliance