This position is part of the Office of the Secretary (OS), Office of Facilities and Administrative Service (OFAS). The incumbent will be responsible for serving as the Senior Environmental Protection Specialist for the Main Interior Building (MIB) in Washington, D.C.Learn more about this agency
- Serves as the senior Environmental Protection Specialist, with responsibility for advising and recommending on policies, plans, standards, and procedures.
- Plans and organizes an environmental program. Planning requires conceiving and developing program elements; organizing involves the coordination of related environmental activities through the development of appropriate organizational structures.
- Leads and controls an environmental program by initiating and interpreting program goals, setting of program priorities, review of the content of internal and external communications, and correction of program deficiencies.
- Inspects facilities, cites legal violations, makes recommendations, and ensures that hazardous conditions are minimized or eliminated.
- Evaluates environmental program to ensure goals are being met. Program evaluation is concerned with the collection, analysis, and utilization of data related to program accomplishment to determine areas where improvements are needed.
- Manages and/or oversees the collection of environmental related data either quarterly, semi-annually, or annually and generates necessary reports for associated Offices and other agencies.
- Interprets and applies standards issued by other regulatory agencies.
- Advises senior leadership and facilities management of environmental requirements, standards, and procedures. Prepares or oversees correspondence required to resolve potentially controversial related problems.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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