Relocation expenses reimbursed No
Only experience obtained by the closing date of this announcement will be considered.The agency uses the Administratively Determined system in which rank is attached to the individual. A selected Federal Government candidate will be assigned to the equivalent of Executive Schedule Level V.
Additional Job Duties/Responsibilities
1. Serves as the Executive Director for resources, policy development, and programmatic developments. Works closely with the Chairman and Board Members in providing continuity of leadership in assessing mission and work requirements and developing plans, goals, and objectives. Executes processes for moving the agency forward towards strategic goals. Leads the establishment and review of performance objectives and metrics in support of agency objectives. Exercises broad delegated authority for planning, directing and evaluating the agency's resource management functions. Determines organization mission goals, develops plans, formulates, defends and justifies personnel and coordinated with the Chief Financial Officer on financial resources needed to accomplish the agency's mission. Maintains a continuous program of review and analysis to assess the progress and effectiveness of the organization in relation to program objectives, budgetary limitations, schedules, and agency priorities. Reviews work efforts for areas under span of control to ensure continued support to mission elements of the Board as well as progress and timeliness of products. Identifies problem areas, coordinates corrective action and directs changes to implement improvements as necessary. Considers a broad spectrum of factors when making decisions, including public relations and policy, congressional actions, labor-management relations, economic impact and impact on other organizations.
2. Exercises managerial authority to set long range goals and objectives, translate objectives into specific projects, determine program emphasis, plan for long range staffing and organization needs, manage organizational changes, and decide on the full range of personnel actions affecting resource-related elements. Directs a workforce of professional staff, including technical and contract personnel. Sets performance standards, and serves as senior rater for subordinate employees. Makes recommendations on personnel actions for subordinates. Demonstrates consistent emphasis on equal opportunity, affirmative action, and avoidance of discrimination in employee selection, promotion, and training and other personnel activities and actions.
3. Represents the Chairman and Board Members in high-level meetings with key officials, industry, academia, and state and local governments. Represents the Board on special boards, panels, and committees, as directed. Makes commitments which obligate the Board to a particular course of action. Representations involve issues where the employee is required to motivate, persuade, or educate persons or groups to adopt processes or take actions to advance the goals.
Exercises supervisory personnel management responsibilities:
Directs, coordinates, and oversees work through subordinate supervisors. Advises staff regarding policies, procedures, and directives of higher level management. With the Chairman selects or recommends candidates for subordinate positions, taking into consideration skills, qualifications, and requirements. Ensures reasonable equity among units of performance standards developed, modified, and/or interpreted and rating techniques developed by subordinate supervisors. Accepts, amends, or rejects work of subordinates and subordinate supervisors. Makes decisions on work problems presented by subordinate supervisors, if any. Hears and resolves group grievances and employee complaints referred by subordinate supervisors and employees. Encourages self-development. Approves leave for subordinates and subordinate supervisors and ensures adequate coverage in organization through peak workloads and traditional holiday vacation time. Discharges security responsibilities by ensuring education and compliance with security directives for employees with access to classified or sensitive material. Recognizes and takes appropriate action to correct situations posing a threat to the health or safety of subordinates. Provides a work environment that is free from all forms of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. Addresses subordinates' concerns, whether perceived or real, and follows up with appropriate action to correct or eliminate tension in the workplace. Ensures that subordinate supervisors have effective interpersonal, communication, and managerial skills to supervise in a workplace with diverse employees.
College and advanced degrees related to law, policy, and/or government are preferred.
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You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.
Every two weeks a panel will convene to evaluate applications until the position is filled. A review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the job requirements. To determine if you are qualified for this job, your resume and supporting documentation will be evaluated. Candidates will be placed into categories of "best qualified", "qualified", and "not qualified". If, after reviewing your resume and or supporting documentation, a determination is made that you have inflated your qualifications and/or experience, you may be placed in a different category. Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your categorization.Read more Security clearance Top Secret/SCI Drug test required No