This position is part of the Office of Legacy Management, Department Of Energy. As a Supervisory Communications Specialist, you will serve as the single point of contact and action officer for all communication, outreach, and education activities within LM, and are accountable for the execution of the history program for the entire Department.Learn more about this agency
As a Supervisory Communications Specialist, you will:
- Serve as an advisor to the Director, Deputy Director, Office Directors, and other LM senior managers with responsibility for informing the public of relevant LM policies and programs, enhancing LM and the DOE's image, and monitoring public attitudes towards LM.
- Analyze LM information needs at the organizational level and recommend strategies, programs and products needed to communicate with the media, constituent groups, other agencies, and elected officials.
- Compose, supervise, and oversee the preparation of press and informational releases for distribution to news media and the public, including articles, op-eds, content for social media or feature items on both technical and non-technical subjects.
- Serve and oversee as the public affairs/communications advisor, on day-to-day operations and program management. Develop internal and external communication work plans, considering such items as specific topics or aspects to emphasize the most effective media to use in communicating with intended audiences and the type of information needed by target audiences.
- Lead historic preservation and outreach works with American Indian Tribes, traditional peoples, local stakeholders, and Headquarters elements on broader cultural resource issues.
- Exercise technical and administrative supervision for the ECHO team, providing leadership over a staff of specialists that provide communications products to support decision-makers in achieving LM mission goals and objectives. Perform the full range of supervisory functions directly relating to immediate staff.
25% or less - Travel up to 25% is required for this position.
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