If not already a member of the SES serving under a career appointment, the individual selected must have his/her executive qualifications certified by a Qualifications Review Board of the Office of Personnel Management before appointment to this position, and will be required to serve a one-year probationary period in this position. The actual salary will be set by determining the appropriate SES level for the person selected. For more information regarding the SES, go to www.opm.gov/ses.Learn more about this agency
As a CHIEF, INTERIOR BRANCH, some of your typical work assignments may include: Under the general direction of the Deputy Associate Director for Natural Resources, OMB's Interior Branch Chief heads a professional staff responsible for leading and coordinating the formulation of the President's annual budget; policy, legislative, program, and regulatory analyses; and management improvements for programs in the assigned agencies. The Branch Chief manages a branch currently comprising six professional staff engaged in continuous review and analysis of the Department of the Interior (DOI) and related agency programs to allocate budget resources, ascertain program effectiveness, stimulate program and management improvements, and review and assist in the development of budgetary, legislative, and regulatory proposals. The Branch Chief also directs staff in working with DOI and related agency staff to improve the management and efficiency of agency programs. Representation of OMB in major interagency efforts is expected, along with initiative in delivering completed, high quality, on-time staff work to senior policy levels in OMB, to other White House agencies, and to the President.
The Interior Branch Chief is expected to develop a comprehensive and accurate understanding of the Branch's assigned programs and, where relevant, their relationship to programs in other agencies. In addition, the Branch Chief is expected to identify needs and establish priorities for the Branch's analytical and other activities; alert higher level staff and officials to opportunities, problems, and events of which they should be aware; ensure that the Branch's work is undertaken and completed in a professional and timely manner and lead new staff development and training.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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