Senior Level Foreign Policy Advisor
Organization Location: Office of International Programs
Duty Station: Rockville, Maryland
Supervisor: Nader L. Mamish, Director, Office of International Programs
This position is subject to Confidential Financial Disclosure reporting requirements.
- Occasional Travel
- Occasional travel may be required
- Yes; expenses associated with interview and/or relocation may be paid
Specialized Experience: You must also have at least seven to ten years of specialized experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience (e.g., graduate degree) that demonstrates extensive knowledge of, and stature as a recognized expert in, the area of foreign affairs, international activities, and related policy issues. At least one year of this experience should normally be comparable in complexity and responsibility to the kind of work normally assigned at the grade 15 level or higher in the Federal government or equivalent.
Candidates will be evaluated on the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed below. Your resume should include information that is clear, concise, and emphasize your level of responsibilities; the scope and complexity of the programs, activities, and/or issues involved; policy initiatives undertaken; level of contacts; the sensitivity and criticality of the issues you addressed; and the results of your actions as they relate to the evaluation criteria.
- Expert knowledge of, and extensive experience applying the principles, concepts, theories, and methods of United States Government (USG) foreign policy formulation and implementation in NRC and USG international activities.
- Expert knowledge and understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the Department of State, the National Security Council, and other Federal agencies involved in formulating and carrying out USG foreign policy objectives. Expert knowledge and understanding of the roles and responsibilities of international agencies with which the USG interacts in the areas of nuclear safety, security, safeguards and non-proliferation.
- Demonstrated experience analyzing, evaluating, and developing NRC policy alternatives related to, and bounded by, USG foreign policy considerations concerning complex, unprecedented, and sensitive foreign policy issues.
- Demonstrated advanced oral and written communication skills, and experience effectively conveying and presenting complex and detailed information and issues of a policy nature to colleagues, peers, senior management officials, and representatives of other institutions, agencies, foreign regulatory counterpart or international organizations.
- Demonstrated ability to function as an organizational representative and liaison on substantive foreign policy issues, and to deal effectively with officials of other Federal agencies, foreign governments, and international agencies, to achieve cooperation and consensus among parties engaged in joint or parallel efforts related to NRC and USG goals and objectives in nuclear safety, security and non-proliferation.
Basic Requirements, International Relations Series, 0103: Degree: major or equivalent, or a combination of courses totaling at least 24 semester hours in international law and international relations, political science, economics, history, sociology, geography, social or cultural anthropology, law, statistics, or in the humanities; or 12 semester hours in one of the above disciplines and 12 semester hours in statistics/quantitative methods. OR Combination of education and experience: courses equivalent to a major, or a combination of related courses totaling at least 24 semester hours, in one or more of the social sciences, or in the humanities, as shown above, plus appropriate experience or additional education. OR Experience: four years of appropriate experience in one or more of the fields listed above in work associated with international organizations, problems, or other aspects of foreign affairs.
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