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  • June 15, 2021 10:55 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    Foreign Service Limited Position Opportunity: Natural Resources Officer, FSL-03

    Agency:  U.S. Agency for International Development

    Organization:  Bureau for Development, Democracy and Innovation, Center for Environment, Energy and Infrastructure (DDI/EEI)

    Location of Position:  Washington, DC

    Open Period:  June 10, 2021 - June 30, 2021

    Appointment Type:  This is an excepted service, time-limited appointment that is not to exceed five years; may be considered for further extension for a maximum of nine years

    Salary:  (USD) $94,632 - $138,970 (annually)  

    Number of Vacancies:  One

    Description of Organization:  The Bureau for Development, Democracy and Innovation seeks a qualified, motivated professional to serve as a Natural Resources Officer in the Biodiversity Division in the Center for Environment, Energy and Infrastructure.  The Biodiversity Division leads the Agency’s $320 million biodiversity conservation portfolio and implements the USAID Biodiversity Policy.

    Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion:  All DDI employees are measured on how they foster a climate of respect in interactions with others, value differing perspectives, and treat others in a fair, equitable, and culturally sensitive manner.  All employees are expected to adhere to equal employment opportunity (EEO) policies and value diversity and inclusion in performing everyday duties and responsibilities.

    The Bureau for Development, Democracy and Innovation seeks a qualified, motivated professional to serve as a Natural Resources Officer in the Biodiversity Division in the Center for Environment, Energy and Infrastructure.  The Biodiversity Division leads the Agency’s $320 million biodiversity conservation portfolio and implements the USAID Biodiversity Policy.  The primary focus of the Division is supporting and strengthening the effectiveness of USAID’s conservation programming, and supporting the integration of biodiversity conservation with other development outcomes such as food security, climate change mitigation and adaptation; health; governance; and economic growth.  The Division combats threats from conservation crimes, including wildlife trafficking, illegal logging, and illegal fishing, and addresses associated issues such as corruption and supply chain traceability.  Additional focal areas include donor and multilateral policy and program coordination, private sector engagement, and engaging on emerging issues in conservation.  

    The Division is particularly seeking expertise in conservation issues such as climate-smart/resilient biodiversity conservation, innovative financing approaches for conservation, and combating conservation crime.  However, applicants with other relevant conservation expertise are also encouraged to apply.  The Division is also seeking strong communication expertise and writing skills to support its role in leading communication and knowledge management for biodiversity conservation in the Agency.

    The Natural Resources Officer will help USAID Missions with strategic planning, lead evidence-based program and activity design, manage activities, and engage in policy discussions.  The Officer will provide expert guidance and best practices to USAID Missions in conservation, integration of biodiversity with other development outcomes, and adaptive management of conservation activities.  They will lead key aspects of the Division portfolio in a dynamic work environment with outstanding colleagues.

    The requirements for the position are as follows:

    • Must be a U.S. citizen (if citizenship is not stated - application will not be considered);

    • Relevant academic, professional, and technical experience in the area of international biodiversity conservation and adaptive management;

    • Experience with integrating biodiversity conservation and climate change approaches, innovative  financing approaches for conservation, combating conservation crime or other relevant conservation implementation expertise;

    • Activity/program management experience and process leadership in international conservation;

    • Strong communication expertise and skills, including experience with messaging, drafting briefing papers, talking points, and fact sheets concisely and in a short-time frame; and

    • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret-level security clearance.

    Interested candidates should submit:

    • A resume/CV;

    • A cover letter clearly addressing the points listed under requirements for the position;

    • Three relevant professional references;

    • Copy of transcripts documenting relevant academic degrees and/or coursework;

    • Stated security clearance level;

    • Stated U.S. citizenship (if citizenship is not stated, application will not be considered); and

    • DD214 and other veteran status, if applicable.

    Please submit your application package to Please use the subject line “FSL APPLICATION PACKAGE:  Announcement Number:  31654, Natural Resources Officer - FSL-03, DDI/EEI.”  Application submissions are required by 11:59 p.m. (EST), June 30, 2021.  Packages not submitted by the deadline with the specified subject line—or incomplete packages—will not receive consideration.

    This notice may be used to fill additional vacancies, as the workforce needs of the Bureau may change.

  • June 14, 2021 10:13 | Thong Vu (Administrator)

    The Department of the Interior has two new Senior Executive Service (SES) vacancy announcements that are open on USAJOBS through July 14, 2021. 

    • Regional Director - Southwest Region, US Geological Survey

    • Regional Director - Rocky Mountain Region, US Geological Survey

  • June 11, 2021 12:57 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    Position:  Information Technology Specialist (Systems Administration), CG-2210-14  

    Opening/Closing dates:  06/11/21-06/24/21

    Announcement No:  2021-OIG-0010

    This vacancy is limited to 150 applicants and may close before the closing date if that limit is reached.

    Please see link to the announcement:

  • June 09, 2021 13:05 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    Navigating the hiring process for positions in the U.S. Government can be quite daunting. The U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA) is expanding our team, and we want to show you how to join us!  From understanding the different hiring mechanisms and application processes to resume tips, we want to demystify every step of the BHA hiring process. 

    BHA leads and coordinates the U.S. Government’s disaster assistance efforts overseas and responds to an average of 75 disasters in more than 70 countries each year reaching populations affected by natural disasters, including hurricanes, earthquakes, and volcano eruptions, as well as man-made disasters, such as war and conflict. The work that we do is challenging, exciting, and saves lives.

    BHA employees are deployed around the world helping people and monitoring programs, and BHA provides employees training and career development opportunities, and more recently, the option to work remotely from home. BHA employs a wide variety of staff with diverse experiences, expertise, and educational backgrounds. 

    Currently, we have over 100 vacancies we are seeking to fill. These positions range from entry to mid-level roles in the humanitarian/disaster response, accounting, communications, and information technology sector.

    We invite you to join us on June 20, 2021, at 12:30 pm EST for our Getting Hired event. In this program, you will learn from our HR professionals and current humanitarian professionals details and insight regarding BHA’s

    • Application process

    • Resume techniques

    • Career pathways into the organization

    • Career Transitions

    Who: any individual from any field and experience level interested in humanitarian assistance

    What: BHA’s Getting Hired Event 

    When:June 20, 2021 at 12:30 pm EST

    Where: Blue Jeans, register here and complete this form 

    Looking forward to hearing from you and working with you!

    Paul A.R. Scotto di Pompeo (he/him/his)

    SR Instructional Designer

    USAID Contractor | Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA)

    555 12th St NW, Suite 300, Washington, D.C. 20004


    M: 202-717-4821     O: 703-775-7324

  • June 08, 2021 10:47 | Kin Wong (Administrator)
    • Analyst in Health Policy (Health Care Financing)

      Open and Close Dates: 05/25/2021 to 06/25/2021

      Salary: $87,198 to $113,362 per year


      The Congressional Research Service (CRS) Domestic Social Policy Division (DSP) seeks an Analyst in Health Care Financing for its Health Insurance and Financing (HIF) Section, a unit that covers Medicaid, CHIP, Medicare, and private health insurance.


      CRS works exclusively for the United States Congress, providing policy and legal analysis to committees and Members of both the House and Senate, regardless of party affiliation. As a legislative branch agency within the Library of Congress, CRS has been a valued and respected resource on Capitol Hill for more than a century. CRS is well known for analysis that is authoritative, confidential, objective, and nonpartisan. Its highest priority is to ensure that Congress has immediate access to the nation’s best thinking on public policy issues of interest to its Members and Committees.


      Analyst duties include:

    • ·       Preparing objective, non-partisan analytical studies, descriptive background reports, memoranda, and other written materials on public policy issues of national significance that are within the employee's area of professional knowledge.
    • ·       Providing personal consultation to congressional committees, Members, and staff on public policy issues throughout the legislative process by providing information and analysis orally and in writing, and applying professional subject-area knowledge.
    • ·       Participating in CRS seminars, workshops, and/or outreach programs for committees, Members, and staff.
    • ·       Participating in or leading team research projects and seminars.
    • ·       Locating and providing information requested by Members and committees of Congress or their staff.


    The employee is also expected to develop over time the skills necessary to provide public policy and legislative analysis and consultation to congressional committees, Members, and staff at increasingly sophisticated levels. Given the breadth of policy related to health that DSP covers for Congress, analysts must be capable of working on a range of issues in a portfolio that will likely evolve over time.


    CRS is fully committed to workforce diversity.  Interested applicants must apply online at USAJOBS  

  • June 07, 2021 12:00 | Thong Vu (Administrator)

  • June 05, 2021 19:04 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    Chief Risk Officer (Director of Risk Management)

    • Announcement: VA-21-0002-MP-VD

    Area of consideration: Federal employees, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and other eligibilities à

    • Announcement: VA-21-0002-DE-VD 

    Area of consideration: U.S. citizens à

    The Farm Credit System Insurance Corporation has been recognized by the Partnership for Public Service as one of the best small agencies to work for in the federal government. The agency draws its strength from the dedication, experience, and diversity of its employees. Our salaries are competitive, and our benefits package is impressive. We recognize that employees have lives outside the office, so we offer family-friendly policies, such as alternative work schedules and telecommuting arrangements. 

    Lynn Major

    Diversity Coordination

    Office of Equal Employment Opportunity and Inclusion

  • June 02, 2021 17:38 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    The Commission is also hiring an Operations Support Specialist for the Operations and Administration Team. The position is an excellent opportunity to join our three-person team of administrative professionals supporting all Commissioners and staff. We are looking for an individual with two or more years of operations experience who is customer service-driven with strong communication and organizational skills and attention to detail.

    Copies of the vacancy announcements are posted on our website at:

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