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This position is located in the Solid Minerals Division (WO-320) in Washington, DC. Information about the area can be found at Washington, DC.
Travel and relocation expenses will be paid consistent with the Federal Travel Regulations and Departmental policy. The use of a relocation service company and home marketing incentive will not be offered. To view FAQ regarding PCS click Here.
This announcement is being advertised concurrently with WO Merit-2014-0063 which is open to All current or former federal employees with competitive/reinstatement eligibilty. If you are interested in being considered under both recruitment methods, you must submit complete application packages for each.
The incumbent is the Deputy Division Chief for Solid Minerals in the Energy, Minerals and Realty Management Directorate. As the Deputy Division Chief, the incumbent serves as an alter ego to the Division Chief. The incumbent is the supervisor directly under the Division Chief for the Solid Minerals Division staff; serves as a consultant, coach, and supporter for employees while collectively solving problems. The incumbent should have experience managing mineral resource personnel.
The incumbent provides a wide range of managerial and leadership for national policies, procedures, personnel, and professional standards related to the solid minerals program. Serves as one of the principle Washington Office liaison directly under the Division Chief for the five Solid Mineral program within the BLM field offices. The five different mineral programs are 1. Mining Law, 2. Mineral Materials, 3. Coal, 4. Non-Energy Leasing and 5. Oil Shale and Tar Sands programs; develops policies and procedures to ensure proper Federal implementation of the mineral materials, mining laws, coal, non-energy leasing and oil shale programs; develops and maintains close working relationships with non-governmental groups, industry, State, local and Native American organizations who have an interest in the areas of solid minerals; provides programmatic input into the budget and makes recommendation for budgetary resources needed to support the program.
The incumbent is the supervisor directly under the Division Chief for the Solid Minerals Division staff; serves as a consultant, coach, and supporter for employees while collectively solving problems.