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Featured Federal Government Jobs

Director, Migrant Education and School Support and Rural Programs
Agency: OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
Location: District of Columbia, DC
Salary: $123,175.00 to $185,100.00 / Per Year
Closing: 5/27/2016
Contact: Kamilah Starks, 202-401-1402, Kamilah.Starks@ed.gov
Duties:
The Director of OME and SSRP has the responsibility for the program management of all programs administered by OME and SSRP. The incumbent serves as a principal advisor to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Policy and Programs on the formulation of policy, the administration of operating programs, the legislative proposals and controversial or sensitive issues related to the programs under the jurisdiction of OME and SSRP.


Deputy Manager, Carlsbad Field Office
Agency: DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Location: Carlsbad, NM
Salary: $161,903.00 to $185,100.00 / Per Year
Closing: 5/29/2016
Contact: Julie Dock, 513-246-0519, julie.dock@hq.doe.gov
Duties:
The Deputy Manager will serve as the alter ego of the Manager;Interface with appropriate DOE and EM organizations;Determine the internal organization, staffing, and authorities required to accomplish the functions assigned to CBFO.

SeniorAdvisor/Executive Director, Economic Development Finance
Agency: Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO)
Location: Washington DC, DC
Salary: $163,716 to $179,442/ Per Year
Date Posted: 4/17/2016
Contact: sue.barnette-vanmeers@dc.gov
Duties:
The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) whose mission is to enhance the fiscal and financial stability, accountability and integrity of the Government of the District of Columbia is in search of a Senior Advisor and Executive Director, located in the Office of Economic Development and Finance (EDF). EDF’s mission is to advise the CFO on all tax increment financing (TIF) and payment-in-lieu-of-taxes (PILOT) financing deals entered into by the District, as well as a variety of other real-estate and debt transactions. EDF’s analyses of proposed economic development initiatives assist the Mayor, Deputy Mayor Planning and Economic Development, and the Council to ensure the least financial risk to the District.

Human Resource Specialist - Compensation & Classification
Agency: Office of the Chief Financial Officer
Location: Washington DC, DC
Salary: $100,585 to $129,592/ Per Year
Date Posted: 4/11/2016
Contact: sue.barnette-vanmeers@dc.gov
Duties:
The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) whose mission is to enhance the fiscal and financial stability, accountability and integrity of the Government of the District of Columbia is in search of a seasoned Human Resources Specialist who will serve as the technical expert and primary point of contact for position classification and compensation for the OCFO and will manage, write and edit position descriptions; review job descriptions, evaluation statements and documentation of position management studies and competitive levels to ensure application of sound classification and position management principles; apply classification standards to determine position titles, occupational series and salary grades; assist with planning and implementing reorganization and realignment of positions for operational effectiveness and adherence to regulatory compliance; conduct desk audits; provide advisory services; review request for personnel and position actions to determine impact on position classification and position management matters; input classification related transactions into an automated personnel system; design and generate reports; perform quality reviews to ensure correctness of data; and resolve associated discrepancies. In addition, incumbent will manage the market pricing process; conduct and participate in salary and wage surveys; ensure the agency’s compliance with federal and state laws related to fair and equitable pay and determination of exempt or non-exempt status with regard to FLSA; and perform other duties as assigned.

Featured Local Government Jobs

Homeland Security Program Analyst 1
Agency: Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Closing date: 05/19/16
Location: Albany, NY
Contact: Human Resources/SH, 518-473-5282, HRresumes@ogs.ny.gov
Salary: From $52293 to $66494 Annually
Duties:
Under the supervision and direction of the Director, Office of Counter Terrorism or his/her designee, the incumbent provides program and operational support; conducts research and policy analysis of counter terrorism strategic issues; communicates and coordinates with agency stakeholders and partners in the public and private sector to ensure they are meeting the specific objectives of the homeland security strategy; and participates in program/agency outreach activities.


Assistant Horticultural Inspector 1 (Seasonal)
Agency: Agriculture & Markets, Department of
Closing date: 05/26/16
Location: Albany, NY
Contact: Jeannine Frenyea, 518-457-3216, humanres@agriculture.ny.gov
Salary: From $16.26 to $16.26 Hourly
Duties:
As an Assistant Horticultural Inspector 1, assigned to the Division of Plant Industry, your duties will include: deploy traps and lures in support of various surveys under established protocols and direction; visually survey for the presence of various pests to assist in identifying plant diseases and insects; collect samples of soil, leaves, seed or other agricultural commodities; label and pack samples for submission to the laboratory for analysis.


Psychiatrist 2 (or 1) McPike Addiction Treatment Center
Agency: Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
Closing date: 07/01/16
Location: Utica, NY
Contact: Anneke Horan, (518) 457-0048, Anneke.Horan@oasas.ny.gov
Salary: From $130068 to $130068 Annually
Duties:
The incumbent will carry out psychiatric examinations and assessments, make diagnoses, write physician's orders, determine the need for and carry out consultations with external psychiatric personnel, educate patients individually, participate with other clinical staff on the treatment team, respond to psychiatric emergencies, carry out discharge planning and post discharge referral, carry out quality improvement activities, and other tasks as assigned.