The Fish and Wildlife Service works with others to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people. Our major responsibilities are to protect and conserve migratory birds, threatened and endangered species, and certain marine mammals and fish. The Fish and Wildlife Service partners with farmers and ranchers, State and local governments, Federal agencies, Tribes, citizen volunteers, corporations, and conservation groups to accomplish its mission. Our National Wildlife Refuge System is among the world's most significant land and water systems managers for the benefit of fish, wildlife, and plants and encompasses more than 96 million acres and 78,000 square miles of waters. Our Fisheries and Aquatic Resource Conservation program helps safeguard fisheries worth billions of dollars, conserves at-risk species, and provides recreational opportunities. The Service's role in administering the Endangered Species Act enables us to accomplish conservation actions with the goal of recovering threatened and endangered species; and through our role in migratory bird management, we promote the long-term conservation of migratory bird populations while providing opportunities for the public to study, use, and enjoy migratory birds. The Fish and Wildlife Service employs world-class scientists and other professionals who are also addressing climate change, the greatest environmental and conservation challenge of the 21st Century; as well as facilitating renewable energy development. You can find additional information specific to our Bureau at WWW.FWS.GOVLearn more about this agency
The position of Assistant Director - Business Management and Operations discharges the specific duties of the Director with delegated authority, and is responsible for the development of national policy and guidance on a myriad of business management and operational activities. The position directs, formulates, and manages national financial management activities; contracting and acquisition management; engineering and construction management; safety, occupational health, and industrial hygiene programs; economic analyses; and other associated operational support functions. In addition, the Assistant Director - Business Management and Operations serves as the Service's Chief Financial Officer (CFO); the Head of Contracting Activity; Senior Sustainability Officer; and the Designated Agency Safety Health Official. The position participates on the Department of the Interior's CFO Council, and the Designated Agency Safety and Health Official Council.
Occasional travel - Some travel is required.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…All groups of qualified individuals. Department of the Interior structures its SES positions into categories to determine the minimum pay for each position. This is a category 4 position. The minimum pay for this position is $158,453 per annum; the maximum pay is $185,100 per annum. Pay is set based on consideration of the selectee's current salary and other factors.
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This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/458887100. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.