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    This position is part of the Department of the Interior, Office of Valuation Services. The incumbent serves as a geologist, mineral economist, mining engineer, petroleum engineer or physical scientist on a multi-disciplinary team of mineral specialists providing mineral assessments, market analysis, and valuation analysis in support of realty appraisals on both Indian and non-Indian Federal lands.

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    • Gather, interpret and synthesize data within a geographic information system (GIS) to determine the mineral potential of Indian and non-Indian lands.
    • Collect and conduct routine analysis on market and economic data for fuel and non-fuel commodities to arrive at a defensible opinion of the market and the economic feasibility of a deposit.
    • Apply a strong knowledge of mineral fuel and non-fuel laws in order to interpret laws, regulations, agency policy manuals, or directives concerning the extraction of natural resources.
    • Write routine technical reports, papers, and other related materials to ensure the inclusion of a defendable explanation on the mineral potential of lands and are written in accordance to departmental and office standards.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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