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    About the Position: Permanent Change of Station (moving) expenses AND a recruitment or relocation incentive are authorized. The Alaska District is headquartered on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson just 5 mins outside Anchorage, a mid-sized city of 300,000 people, which constitutes about half the state's population. Anchorage is a vibrant city, with the comforts, cultural attractions, services, and amenities of a larger city, but only a short drive into beautiful national and state parks.

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    • You will serve as the District Counsel, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District.
    • You will serve as the first-line supervisor and leader of the District legal services team, exercising personnel management responsibilities.
    • You will furnish legal, policy and business advice and services on all matters concerning activities of the District.
    • Oversee the execution/quality of legal services to the District Commander and to senior staff on all legal and policy matters with respect to Federal, state, maritime, and local laws, as well as DA and USACE policy, regulations and directives.
    • The Alaska District, with approximately 400 employees, performs civil works, military construction, regulatory, environmental restoration, and a variety of other work in the U.S. and International areas of the Pacific Region.
    • This position serves as the District Counsel, similar to a company's Vice President and General Counsel. This is a tremendous opportunity to lead an Army Corps of Engineers legal office with a broad and exciting portfolio.

    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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