U.S. citizens: Interdisciplinary (Project Management)

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
Sacramento, CA, United States
Position Type: 
Full-Time
Organization Type: 
Government
Experience Level: 
Not Specified

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Summary

Want to work for a contemporary water management agency whose mission is to assist in meeting the increasing water demands of the West while protecting the environment and the public's investment? Join the staff of the Bureau of Reclamation as a Project Manager.

This position is located with the Bureau of Reclamation, Bay Delta Office, in Sacramento, CA.

Additional vacancies may be filled from this vacancy announcement.
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Responsibilities

This is an interdisciplinary position and may be filled in any of the following series GS-0101, GS-0401, GS-0810, or GS-1301 depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate.

-Organizes, directs, and provides technical review of the work of engineers and specialists in a wide range of disciplines who are located organizationally in the same or other offices or agencies.
-Determines the nature and extent of studies and analyses required for investigations.
-Reviews and evaluates results of existing private source and Federal, State, and local agency studies covering topography, ecology, trends, water needs, general economy of the area, and other factors pertinent to the area's resources and their present and potential development and use.
-Participates in negotiations with other Federal agencies, State resource management and regulatory agencies, local governments, water districts, Federal water contractors, as well as representatives of other   Regional offices in connection with sensitive water resource issues that are subject to intense scrutiny by interested parties.
-Represents Reclamation in a variety of official capacities.
-Prepares contracts for all or a portion of assigned investigations.

Travel Required

Occasional travel - Travel is required approximately 25% of the time.