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Administration and Management: Information Technology Specialists, Budget Analysts, Management Analysts, and others contribute to the overall management of the organization.

Paralegal Specialists: Paralegals perform a wide array of tasks including administrative case preparation, cite checking, legal research, drafting memoranda, compiling legislative histories, and ensuring conformance to applicable court rules.

Legal Assistants: Legal Assistants provide assistance to Division attorneys by performing a wide range of administrative legal support tasks on ENRD litigation.

"Over the last five years I have worked as both an honors paralegal and subsequently as an Honor Grad attorney in ENRD's Environmental Enforcement Section. I cannot imagine a better place to work as a legal professional. In just the last year I have had the opportunity to work on cases involving the Gulf Oil Spill, the sewer system of a major US city, emissions from a large Gulf Coast Refinery, and the failure of an interstate oil pipeline. In each case, I was able to help bring about direct benefit to the environment and the affected communities. ENRD is staffed by a group of skilled professionals who truly care about the Agency's mission and who work every day to improve the lives people around the country."

Brandon Robers, Honor Paralegal & Honor Graduate Attorney, Environmental Enforcement Section

Vacancies
Closing Job Summary Agency Location Salary
4/28/2014 Program Coordinator
THIS ANNOUNCEMENT HAS BEEN AMENDED TO EXTEND THE CLOSING DATE

CURRENT ENRD EMPLOYEE ONLY WITH COMPETITIVE STATUS

This position is located in the Office of Human Resource (OHR), Executive Office, of the Environment and Natural Resources Division (ENRD). OHR is responsible for administering all human resources and payroll functions throughout the Division in Washington, DC and field offices.

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Vacancy Ann. #:ENRD-14-015 MP
Who May Apply:Agency Employees Only
Pay Plan:GS-0301-13
Appointment Term:Permanent
Job Status:Full-Time
Opening Date:4/10/2014
Salary:$89,924.00 to $116,901.00 / Per Year
Offices, Boards and Divisions US-DC-Washington $89,924.00
4/20/2014 Systems Support Specialist
This position is located in the Environment Defense Section (“EDS”) of the Environment and Natural Resources Division (“ENRD”), located in Washington, DC. EDS represents the United States in complex civil litigation arising under a broad range of environmental statutes. EDS is the only section in the Environment Division that routinely handles cases in both federal circuit and district courts. EDS defends rules issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) and other agencies under the pollution control laws, brings enforcement actions against those who destroy wetlands in violation of the Clean Water Act, and defends the United States against challenges to its cleanup and compliance actions at Superfund sites, federally-owned facilities and private sites. ...[more]
Vacancy Ann. #:ENRD-14-007 (DEU)
Who May Apply:Public
Pay Plan:GS-0301-09/11
Appointment Term:Permanent
Job Status:Full-Time
Opening Date:4/10/2014
Salary:$52,146.00 to $82,019.00 / Per Year
Offices, Boards and Divisions US-DC-Washington $52,146.00
4/18/2014 Paralegal Specialist (OA)
This position is located in the Environment and Natural Resources Division (ENRD), Indian Resources Section (IRS). ENRD brings cases against violators of the nation's civil and criminal pollution-control laws; it defends environmental challenges to government programs and activities and represents the United States in matters concerning the stewardship of the nation's natural resources and public lands. The IRS represents the United States in civil litigation initiated by the federal government to enforce rights guaranteed by federal treaties, statutes, or executive orders to Indian tribes and tribal members because of their status as tribes or tribal members. IRS also represents federal agencies, primarily the Department of Interior, that are sued by non-Indians seeking judicial review of agency actions that are favorable to tribes or tribal members. ...[more]
Vacancy Ann. #:ENRD-14-008 (DEU)
Who May Apply:Public
Pay Plan:GS-0950-09/11
Appointment Term:Permanent
Job Status:Full-Time
Opening Date:4/8/2014
Salary:$51,433.00 to $80,896.00 / Per Year
Offices, Boards and Divisions US-CO-Denver $51,433.00
9/26/2014 Legal Assistant (OA)

NOTE: All resumes received prior to the cut-off dates (April 26, 2014; May 26, 2014; June 26, 2014; July 26, 2014; Aug. 26, 2014) will be considered. All resumes received after the cut-off date will receive consideration for the next cut-off date until the vacancy closes.

These positions cover Legal Assistant (OA) positions in various Sections in the Environment and Natural Resources Division (ENRD). The primary purpose of these positions is to provide assistance to Division attorney personnel by performing a wide range of administrative legal support tasks associated with ENRD.

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Vacancy Ann. #:ENRD-14-017-DEU
Who May Apply:Public
Pay Plan:GS-0986-05/07
Appointment Term:Permanent
Job Status:Full-Time
Opening Date:3/26/2014
Salary:$34,415.00 to $55,421.00 / Per Year
Offices, Boards and Divisions US-DC-Washington $34,415.00
9/12/2014 Paralegal Specialist (OA)
  • Performs legal administration duties in connection with functions such as hearings, appeals, litigation, or advisory services.
  • Tracks proposed legislation and analyzes the legal impact of legislative developments and administrative and judicial decisions, opinions, determinations, and rulings on Section programs.
  • Assists in preparing government and expert witness for trial.
  • Reviews evidence gathered in specific cases and, as needed, prepares subpoenas for additional information required by the investigation.
  • Prepares reports, exhibits, memoranda, and statistical analyses to be used in litigating cases.
  • Performs legal research of relevant statutes, case law, and precedents relating to proposed or pending litigation.
  • Drafts briefs, motions, memoranda, pleadings, affidavits, correspondence and other written material associated with case development, legal analysis, discovery, and settlement.
  • Prepares, processes, and analyzes a variety of legal documents.
  • Manages all phases of the electronic discovery process-identification, preservation, collection, processing, review, analysis, production and presentation.
  • Receives and analyzes motions, researches pertinent legal issues and prepares Government motions to be filed in court in connection with cases assigned to Department attorneys.
  • Responsible for electronic databases, converting hard copy documents into electronic documents.
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Vacancy Ann. #:ENRD-14-020-MP
Who May Apply:Public
Pay Plan:GS-0950-09/11
Appointment Term:Permanent
Job Status:Full-Time
Opening Date:3/12/2014
Salary:$52,146.00 to $82,019.00 / Per Year
Offices, Boards and Divisions US-DC-Washington $52,146.00
9/12/2014 Paralegal Specialist (OA)
  • Performs legal administration duties in connection with functions such as hearings, appeals, litigation, or advisory services.
  • Tracks proposed legislation and analyzes the legal impact of legislative developments and administrative and judicial decisions, opinions, determinations, and rulings on Section programs.
  • Assists in preparing government and expert witness for trial.
  • Reviews evidence gathered in specific cases and, as needed, prepares subpoenas for additional information required by the investigation.
  • Prepares reports, exhibits, memoranda, and statistical analyses to be used in litigating cases.
  • Performs legal research of relevant statutes, case law, and precedents relating to proposed or pending litigation.
  • Drafts briefs, motions, memoranda, pleadings, affidavits, correspondence and other written material associated with case development, legal analysis, discovery, and settlement.
  • Prepares, processes, and analyzes a variety of legal documents.
  • Manages all phases of the electronic discovery process-identification, preservation, collection, processing, review, analysis, production and presentation.
  • Receives and analyzes motions, researches pertinent legal issues and prepares Government motions to be filed in court in connection with cases assigned to Department attorneys.
  • Responsible for electronic databases, converting hard copy documents into electronic documents.
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Vacancy Ann. #:ENRD-14-020-DEU
Who May Apply:Public
Pay Plan:GS-0950-09/11
Appointment Term:Permanent
Job Status:Full-Time
Opening Date:3/12/2014
Salary:$52,146.00 to $82,019.00 / Per Year
Offices, Boards and Divisions US-DC-Washington $52,146.00
 

Last Updated: April 2014