The FRTIB is looking for a highly qualified and motivated individual to serve as the Assistant General Counsel (Agency Operations).Learn more about this agency
This Job Opportunity Announcement (JOA) may be used to fill other Assistant General Counsel (Agency Operations), GS-0905-15 positions within the FRTIB in the same geographical location with the same qualifications and specialized experience.
The major duties of the position are:
- - Oversees and directs the legal programs and functions in support of the operation and administration of the agency, primarily in the areas of employee relations, ethics, procurement, and use of funds.
- - Supervises the work of staff attorneys; makes assignments; provides guidance and direction as needed; reviews staff work to ensure that it is sound, well-reasoned, and free of obvious errors; and assures that completed work is produced in a timely fashion.
- - Supports equal employment opportunity (EEO) and diversity in the workplace, fostering a cooperative environment where diverse opinions are encouraged.
- - Balances available resources and competing priorities to ensure that agency legal matters are effectively and efficiently carried out in accordance with statutes, regulations, and policies and in support of the mission responsibilities and programs of the agency.
- - Provides written and oral advice and counsel to senior agency officials, Board members, and agency staff regarding legal issues that affect the operations of the agency. Serves as the Alternate Designated Agency Ethics Official.
- - Reviews policies, procedures, regulations, directives and other agency publications to ensure compliance with legal requirements of applicable statutes and other pertinent legal authority.
- - Represents the agency on legal matters, questions, and issues confronting the agency.
- - In conjunction with the General Counsel, Deputy General Counsel, and Executive Director, participates in the development and issuance of policy, guidance, consultation, and technical instructions pertaining to all aspects of agency legal matters. Gathers facts and information and prepares and presents oral and written reports, including recommendations for a proposed course of action.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position; primarily for conferences or trainings.
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