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    The Director of Engagement, Office of Communications, will be responsible for the oversight and implementation of the agency's communications and engagement activities for a broad range of audiences ranging from targeted engagements with business leaders and advocacy groups to the entertainment industry and the general public.

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    This position reports to the Deputy Associate Administrator for Communications. Below are the responsibilities of the Director for Engagement:

    - The incumbent is responsible for managing the development and implementation of public and stakeholder engagement activities, and the integration and coordination of those activities within the Agency in other Communications functions across other functional organizations and the Mission Directorates.

    -The incumbent is accountable for oversight and corporate management of agency-wide public engagement programs including the exhibits consortium, artifacts program, speakers bureau, events planning and guest operations development of key agency partnerships with external entities to include business and film. Leads the development of strategies for planning and developing major agency events/activities and other stakeholder engagement programs of national scope and impact

    -The incumbent recommends and applies new methods and approaches to conceive, plan, and evaluate agency-wide programs, campaigns, projects and studies dedicated to engaging the public and other stakeholders in the agency's mission and work. This position is also responsible for establishing relationships with Entertainment producers, venues and influencers to help the agency reach a larger, more diverse audience as we tell our story. The incumbent is not only responsible for building such relationships, but also for increasing NASA's presence in documentaries, television programs, and feature films in an effort to engage unique, diverse, or nontraditional audiences.

    -This position is also responsible for leading and managing employees, and is accountable for areas related to human resources management including selection of employees, assignment of duties, evaluation of employee performance, planning of employee training, and recommendation of awards, promotions, discipline and adverse actions; the incumbent determines evolving resource needs and allocations, and formulates nd defends budget and manpower request to ensure that future objectives of the organization can be obtained within allocated resources.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/606631400. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.