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Featured Job Openings

Deputy Director of Human Resources/Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer (DCHCO)
Agency: Department of Education
Location: Washington DC, DC
Salary: $126,148 to $189,600
Closing: 08/07/2018
Contact: Kamilah Starks , 202-401-1402, Kamilah.Starks@ed.gov
Duties:
This position is located in the Office of Human Resources (OHR), Office of Management (OM) and under general supervision of the Director of Human Resources (Chief Human CapitalOfficer (CHCO)), whose responsibilities include those prescribed by the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 and Chief Human Capital Officers Act 2002. As the Deputy Director of Human Resources (Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer (DCHCO)) the incumbent is responsible for managing the activities of the following division directors: Executive Resources, Talent Recruitment and Hiring, Workforce Relations, Leaming and Development, and Human Capital Policy and Accountability. 


Director, Office of Science Coordination and Policy
Agency: Environmental Protection Agency
Location: Chicago, IL
Salary: $126,148 to $189,600 per year
Closing: 08/01/2018
Contact: Kyle Barja, 800-433-9633, barja.kyle@epa.gov
Duties:
This Senior Executive Service (SES) position is located in the Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention, Office of Science Coordination and Policy, Washington, DC. For more information on this office, visit their website


Regional Director, Western NY (Ref# SJ014)
Agency: Empire State Development, NYS
Closing date: 07/25/18
Location: Buffalo, NY
Contact: Shawn Bryant, Resumes@esd.ny.gov
Salary: From $108000 to $108000 Annually
Duties:
The Regional Director will be charged with directing and managing ESD’s Regional Office and will be responsible for sourcing, originating and developing a robust pipeline of new transactions with private sector companies, implementing new programs that are consistent with ESD policy objectives, structuring discretionary incentive packages for businesses and not-for-profit entities, guiding projects through the necessary board and public approval processes and creating and maintaining strong working relationships with external clients.


Associate Deputy Commissioner Office of Youth Justice
Agency: Education Department, State
Closing date: 07/31/18
Location: Albany, NY
Contact: Lori Chamberlain, 518-485-7696, Lori.Chamberlain@dcjs.ny.gov
Salary: From $115000 to $130000 Annually
Duties:
The Deputy Commissioner for Youth Justice will be responsible for high level analysis of the juvenile justice, juvenile probation, alternatives to detention and placement, juvenile residential care systems and reentry services, as well as making recommendations for building capacity in those systems. Essential job duties will include the review, analysis and development of juvenile justice policy, programs and legislation; the development of strategies for correcting system deficiencies; coordination of initiatives around prevention, family support, diversion, juvenile reentry, effective service delivery, disproportionate minority contact and systems reforms that improve outcomes; and coordination and development of public and private funding. 


Direct Support Assistant Trainee
Agency: People With Developmental Disabilities, Office for
Closing date: 12/31/18
Location: Schenectady, NY
Contact: Human Resources, 518-388-0354, odh.personnel@opwdd.ny.gov
Salary: From $32325 to $36051 Annually
Duties:
Caring for people with developmental disabilities. These individuals live in houses operated by New York State, but treated as if they belong to the people who live there. You will be part of the “family”. You are there to assist with daily living skills. For example, you may have to help: bathe, dress, comb and style hair, eat, get into and out of wheelchairs, walk, cook, clean the house, wash clothes, administer medication(s), attend doctor appointments. You will also go on outings, such as shopping, the movies, events in the community, and personal choice activities.