A successful candidate in this position will manage and coordinate all aspects of the Fusion Energy Sciences program, by serving as the primary interface for private-public partnerships with national laboratories, Federal agencies, domestic and international companies, associations, and international entities.Learn more about this agency
As a General Engineer/Physical Scientist, GS-0801/1301, you will:
- Serve as a recognized authority on all matters related to the establishment of partnerships with the private sector, including domestic or international companies pursuing various fusion reactor concepts, as well as companies or industries that develop components, subsystems, or other research or technology capabilities relevant to the development of fusion energy.
- Plan, organize, and manage programs/projects of outstanding scope, difficulty and complexity within areas of responsibility that enable accomplishment of vital agency missions and goals.
- Identify and analyze the technical needs of engineering and/or scientific programs, recommend and oversee appropriate technology development to enable or improve program execution.
- Provide authoritative consultation, advice, technical input, analyses and recommendation to the highest levels of management within and outside of DOE on matters of exceptional importance.
- Determine funding levels, prepare and justify program budgets, tracking performance and milestones, and implement adjustments to engineer and scientific programs as required.
- May act as a contracting officer representative to determine the acceptability of work performed by contractors.
- Serve as spokesperson for and represent the DOE in high level meetings and on interagency and technical committees at the national and international levels.
Occasional travel - Occasional overnight may be required.
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