This position is located in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office (NOAA), Office of the Undersecretary (UNSEC), Office of International Affairs, with one vacancy located in Washington, DC.Learn more about this agency
As an International Relations Specialist you will perform the following duties:
- Serve as the focal point for assigned countries, regions, and/or organizations in coordination with the Director and Deputy Director to support and advance NOAA priorities with government-to-government relations including bilateral and multilateral programs,
- Serve as a policy and planning authority to evaluate, formulate, and advise on international environmental science, climate, and technology policy issues, and to negotiate international agreements of relevance to NOAA ensuring that U.S. positions are clearly and effectively represented.
- Coordinate within NOAA and other agencies on cooperative activities with foreign government partners or organizations and represent the agency as an active participant at national and international meetings and/or conferences.
- Work collectively with other specialists and technical experts to develop policy positions and options providing in-depth technical analyses on international environmental science, climate, and technology matters; and
- Prepare written reports and/or oral briefings to present appropriate information in a concise and coherent manner to agency, interagency, and international partners and leadership.
These duties are described at the full performance level of the ZA-4. The ZA-3 is developmental leading to such performance.
Occasional travel - Up to 20% foreign and domestic travel may be required.
4 - If you are selected for a position with further promotion potential, you may be non-competitively promoted if you perform successfully and if recommended by management.
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