Job Overview


About the Agency

This position is located in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Office of Operations and Strategic Innovation (OSI), Budget Office. The mission of Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) is to develop and deploy clean energy technologies (including solar, geothermal, wind, water, fuel cell, vehicle, and building technologies) that will enhance our nation’s competitiveness and promote energy security, economic security, and national security. The Office of Operations and Strategic Innovation (OSIO) proactively identifies ways to strengthen EERE’s overall performance, organization, budget, operations, human capital, and project management while achieving significant cost savings. The OSIO oversees and directs the Office of Business Operations, the Office of Financial Management, and the Office of Strategic Programs.


Serves as the Deputy Budget Director for EERE, reporting directly to the Budget Director. Leads and coordinates the budget execution, formulation, justification, defense, presentation, and review of EEREs budget. Serves as an advisor and provides key policy and supporting information in preparation of budget defense documents, briefing materials, testimony, and budget request highlights and prepares responses to Congressional questions and other inquires. Represents the Budget Office on forecasting long-range-funding needs and for integrating budgeting with accounting, financial management, business management, strategic planning, and other management planning and reporting systems. Plans, conducts, manages and monitors the execution (authorization, obligation and expenditures) of approved budget and reconcile financial data on Program Direction funding actions to ensure accuracy, transparency, and total accountability. Prepares scopes of work for obtaining contractor or laboratory assistance in carrying out the activities required to accomplish the goals and objectives of projects. Tracks and reconciles financial data in EERE’s operating budget to ensure accuracy, transparency, and accountability. Participates in meetings on complex financial topics with staff from EERE programs, the DOE CFO’s Office, and field offices to share information and evaluate incremental budgetary actions. Represents the EERE budget leadership with internal EERE and other DOE budget staff; on intra- and inter-agency working groups; with Administration, OMB, Treasury, GAO, Congressional staff; representatives of State and local governments; contractors; and other external entities.

As a Supervisory Budget Analyst, you will:

  • Serve as Deputy Budget Director for the Budget Office, advising senior management officials regarding all aspects of budget formulation and execution.
  • Plan, formulate, present, and execute the budget for EERE.
  • Provide financial management leadership, technical assistance and problem solving advice to managment staff.
  • Oversee and manage, planning and execution of EERE operating budget, covering salaries and benefits, travel, training, office space, and IT equipment.

Travel Required

  • Occasional Travel
  • Some travel is required

Relocation Authorized

  • No