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    As a Supervisory Economist within the National Minerals Information Center, some of your specific duties will include:

    • Plans, directs, and manages the designated mineral commodities unit's operations including activities, personnel, budget and material resources. Supervises employees, plans and schedules work, assigns projects, defines work assignments, provides instruction and guidance, and reviews work performed as well as evaluates and rates performance.
    • Oversees the preparation of special surveys, analytical studies, and long-range outlooks on current issues of high domestic interest in addressing minerals related policy issues.
    • Provides quality control of both statistical and narrative minerals information in publications, letters, and memoranda. Reviews products for consistency, technical validity, reconciliation of discrepancies, integrity of data and required expansion or reduction of data coverage.
    • Develops information and advice for USGS and DOI officials, other federal agencies, Congress, the public and other organizations. Serves as an advisor to the Section Chief on minerals issues, technical objectives and priorities.
    • Personally reports on one or more designated mineral commodities. Responds to requests, analyzes data and writes reports for publication, such as chapters for the Minerals Yearbook and Mineral Commodity Summaries.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position an average of 1 day per month.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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