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Featured Job Openings

Assistant Commissioner for Acquisition Management
Agency: GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
Location: District of Columbia, DC
Salary: $126,148 to $181,220 per year
Closing: 05/04/2018
Contact: Teresa OIiver, 202-295-7569, executive.resources@gsa.gov
Duties:
The Assistant Commissioner (AC) reports directly to the PBS Commissioner. As the chief administrator, manager, and integrator of the various programs executed by the Office of Acquisition, works to ensure that efficiency, effectiveness (including cost effectiveness), and high quality performance objectives of the Office are achieved in support of GSA's nationwide Acquisition program so that the program: (1) meets the needs and exceeds the expectations of federal stakeholders, (2) supports PBS efforts to be the government’s premier acquisition agency of real property, and (3) provide outstanding value and savings to the American taxpayer.

Deputy, Chief Information Officer
Agency: DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Location: Washington DC, DC
Salary: $126,148 to $189,600 per year
Closing: 05/08/2018
Contact: Adele Norton, 202-305-7500, adele.norton2@usdoj.gov
Duties:
As the Deputy, Chief Information Officer, the incumbent serves as the primary internal consultant responsible for all mission and functions assigned. Oversees all mission and functional activities required to support the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO). Responsible for the day-to-day operations which include the planning, policy formulation, direction and coordination of mission activities, directing of technology and business process integration in the development programs and a comprehensive integrated approach to the implementation of hardware, software, security, and related policies and processes to support information technology across the DOJ.


Safety Manager
Agency: DASNY - Dormitory Authority of the State of New York
Closing date: 05/07/18
Location: New York, NY
Contact: Nicholas Ouellette, JobOpps3@dasny.org
Salary: From $84692 to $106278 Annually
Duties:
The Safety Manager develops, implements, and manages construction safety programs at DASNY and conducts site safety inspections of DASNY construction sites to minimize accidents and injuries. The Safety Manager prepares comprehensive reports for Senior Management, documenting observations and providing recommendations while exercising independent judgment and technical expertise.


Developmental Disabilities Forensic Program Administrator
Agency: People With Developmental Disabilities, Office for
Closing date: 05/07/18
Location: Albany, NY
Contact: Danielle Vezzi, 518-473-9689, Opwdd.sm.COrecruitment@opwdd.ny.gov
Salary: From $94609 to $119555 Annually
Duties:
The Assistant Director of the OPWDD Bureau of Intensive Treatment Services (BITS) develops policy and plans, organizes and directs intensive treatment services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) who are involved in the criminal justice system and/or present with complex behavioral support needs. The Assistant Director provides training to the criminal justice system, including judges, attorneys, police, parole and probation officers and the Department of Correctional Services Personnel.

Recreation Program Leader 1
Agency: Corrections and Community Supervision, Department of
Closing date: 05/05/18
Location: Fishkill, NY
Contact: Sharon Thomas, 845-831-6600, Sharon.Thomas@doccs.ny.gov
Salary: From $45455 to $58028 Annually
Duties:
Plan and coordinate organized discretionary time activities for offenders in a facility of the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision. This would include developing an directing a comprehensive recreational program of athletic and non-athletic activities; assessing the interests of the offenders; developing procedures for and monitoring all activities to ensure compliance with established directives; soliciting offender and community involvement; providing instruction in and officiating activities; preparing written reports; maintaining records of participants, programs, and equipment; responsibility for issuance and repair of equipment and supplies; conducting tryouts and selecting teams and officials; and coordinating tournaments and other events.