Reclamation is seeking a career professional looking for an opportunity to serve as the Arizona Water Settlement Manager. This position is located with Interior Region 8: Lower Colorado Basin, Phoenix Area Office, Area Manager's Office, Native American Affairs Office, Glendale, AZ.
Relocation is not authorized.
Additional vacancies may be filled from this vacancy announcement.
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Incumbent works as Reclamation's manager coordinating and ensuring implementation of all aspects of the Arizona Water Settlements Act (AWSA), the San Carlos Apache Tribe Water Rights Settlement (SCATWRS), and the White Mountain Apache Tribe Water Rights Settlement Quantification (WMATWRQ) are carried out by the development of detailed programs, planning, coordination, and evaluation and distribution of funds. Serves as Reclamation's point of contact for both internal and external entities on all aspects of the AWSA.
Serves as the program manager for the Lower Colorado River Basin Development Fund (LCRBDF) with the responsibility of ensuring investments and cash flow are in accordance with the AWSA by working in close coordination with local and Regional Management and Budget and Financial staff.
Facilitates coordination between offices external, as well as internal to PXAO to insure these projects are completed effectively with involvement by all appropriate functional areas. Develops and prepares required reports to Congress.
Coordinates with Engineering Division to ensure construction oversight of projects are properly conducted and that coordination with local parties occurs as anticipated by the AWSA, the SCATWRS, and the WMATWRQ.
Develops processes and procedures to ensure requests for funding are in accordance with the Act and are given proper reviews and legal mechanisms and authorities are in place to transfer funds.
Works with Regional and Local offices, other Federal agencies, Indian tribes, congressional staff, and state and local parties to coordinate and ensure Reclamation is upholding the legal requirements associated with each settlement. May be assigned special projects typically related to the Office's role in water rights settlement implementation or related other settlement discussion within the responsible areas of the Office.
Occasional travel - Approximately 2 days per month
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This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/567932200. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.