Supervisory International Relations Specialist (Deputy Director European & Eurasian Affairs)

U.S. Department of Energy
  • Location
    Washington, D.C.
  • Sector
    Government
  • Experience
    Mid Career
  • Apply by
    Jul-28-2017
  • Posted
    Jul 24

Position description

A successful candidate in this position will perform as a full Deputy to the Director in providing strategic vision, guidance, direction and leadership to ensure the continuing development and implementation of objectives, strategies, and outcomes for bilateral and multilateral consultations with, and promotion of U.S. energy interests in European & Eurasian countries.

Duties

As a Supervisory International Relations Specialist, you will:

  • Provide strategic vision, guidance, direction and leadership to ensure the continuing development and implementation of objectives, strategies, and outcomes for bilateral and multilateral consultations with, and promotion of U.S. energy interests in Europe & Eurasia.
  • Exercise management control and supervisory leadership of the Office, and manage day-to-day operations of the Office. Develop, monitor, recommend, and approve activities associated with the Office’s overarching long-range strategic plans, goals, and objectives.
  • Serve as a subject matter expert and advisor to the Secretary, Deputy Secretary, and other senior Departmental officials regarding a wide array of issues related to energy policy, and the Office’s areas of responsibility.
  • Serve as sole or senior DOE representative in individual and interagency meetings with the White House, State, Treasury, and Commerce Departments, the National Security Council, Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Trade Representative, and other government and non-government agencies.

Supervisory Status

Yes

Promotion Potential

15

Travel Required

  • 25% or Greater
  • Travel required up to 25%

Relocation Authorized

  • No

Application instructions

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