The position is located in the Office of Environmental Quality , Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (OES/ENV). OES/ENV, develops and coordinates U.S. international policy on environmental issues in the areas of air pollution, toxic chemicals and pesticides, mercury, hazardous wastes, and other pollutants.Learn more about this agency
- The incumbent serves as the principal action officer for implementing foreign policy and environmental programs, including cooperation in association with select Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) or other OES/EQT issues.
- Identifies and analyzes foreign policy issues including relevant environmental, economic, political, and scientific factors in support of U.S. policy to address objectives related to, environmental quality, and pollution prevention.
- Maintains expert knowledge of air pollution, waste, and marine debris-related environmental policy conventions, as well as USG policies and priorities for environmental quality and their relationship to the Department’s broader foreign policy goals.
- Acts as a liaison with policy-level officials to ensure that the State Department’s views and interests are promoted with respect to current and /or emerging policy issues.
- At the GS-12 level, the incumbent performs essentially the same duties as outlined above; however, the scope and complexity of assignments are of less responsibility and independence and receives closer than normal supervision.
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