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    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 $154,942.00 for Lakewood, CO duty station and $156,973.00 for the Washington, D.C. duty station.  Pay is set based on consideration of the selectee's current salary and other factors.  This position is eligible for situational tele-work only. 

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    Responsibilities

    The Department of the Interior:

    • **Awards more than $ 5 billion annually in financial assistance across 10 bureaus. 
    • **Manages one in every five acres of land in the United States.
    • **Operates more than 800 dams and irrigation facilities.
    • **Oversees water projects that irrigate lands generating 60 percent of our Nation's vegetables.
    • **Manages lands and waters that generate one-third of the Nation's domestic energy supply.
    • **Undertakes research and provides scientific information to advance our knowledge of our surroundings.
    • **Serves American Indians, Alaska Natives, and affiliated island communities.
    • **Works with States to restore abandoned mine land sites and protects communities.
    • **Manages 388 national park units and 542 wildlife refuges.
    • **Employs over 75,000 individuals at approximately 2,400 locations across the United States, Puerto Rico, U.S. territories, and freely associated states who work with thousands of state, local, and public interest groups to help cities and towns address their natural resource needs. 

    The security clearance requirement is not a prerequisite to apply for this position. The incumbent of this position, must possess the ability to obtain and maintain a Top Secret clearance.  This position requires pre and post employment drug screening.

    Veterans preference does not apply to the Senior Executive Service (SES).

    This position is located in the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary – Budget, Finance, Grants and Acquisition.  Under the direction of the Business Integration Office (BIO) Director, the incumbent serves as Deputy Director for the BIO.  The Deputy Director is responsible for coordinating BIO activities and resources. The incumbent works closely with  Office Directors for Acquisition and Property Management, Grants Management, Financial Management (including Travel), Budget, Human Resources, upper-level Departmental Management, Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), and contractors in planning, enhancing, operating and maintaining the Financial and Business Management System (FBMS) and closely-related systems and integration points. 

    The principal system development and operations responsibility of the incumbent is for FBMS, DOI’s integrated financial management and reporting, budget execution, acquisition, real and personal property, travel, grants management, fleet management and management decision information system.  FBMS is centrally operated by the Office of the Secretary, and is estimated to have ongoing annual operations, maintenance, optimization and related costs in excess of $50 million. The FBMS is the sole fiscal accounting system for the Department’s $18 billion annual budget and is a critical enterprise management system in support of all of the Department’s mission programs.  Through FBMS and other BIO-managed systems, the incumbent strives to meet the Department’s Strategic Plan Management Excellence goal of increasing the number of business lines with shared processes, including systems, to eliminate redundancy and/or inefficiency.

    Duties and Responsibilities Include:

    The Deputy Director serves as a principal advisor to the Secretary, the Assistant Secretary – Policy, Management and Budget, the Deputy Assistant Secretary – Budget, Finance, Grants and Acquisition, the Directors of Financial Management, Acquisition and Property Management, Budget, Grants, Human Resources, Planning and Performance Management, Office of the Solicitor, BIO Director and other top bureau and office managers on cross-cutting program matters related to the FBMS enterprise solution and other systems managed by the BIO.

    The Deputy Director provides executive oversight and strategic leadership over the development of policy guidance and standards for Department-wide selection, acquisition, implementation, deployment and maintenance of information technology pertinent to the FBMS and closely related systems.

    The Deputy Director provides executive oversight and leadership over the development of line of business roadmaps, project plans, operating plans and supporting budgets.  The incumbent oversees the development of technical specifications, statements of work, performance work statements, task order and other acquisition related documentation necessary to the effective use of obtaining and managing system development and operations activities.

    The Deputy Director provides executive oversight and leadership in the design, coordination, implementation and operation of the technical architecture for systems managed by the BIO, including hardware and software, networks and telecommunications (voice and data), security, hosting, operating systems, databases, and Internet access.  The incumbent ensures that E-Gov and Interior Strategic Plan initiatives are incorporated, and that emerging government-wide programs are integrated.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - 1 to 5 days per month, may be required.

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    00

  • Job family (Series)

    0340 Program Management

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/556410400. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.