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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
10/30/2014 Supervisory Human Resources Specialist (Recruitment/Classification/Pay)
  • Provides administrative and technical supervision necessary for accomplishing work of a team. Develops and implements highly technical and complex recruitment and placement programs, strategies, and initiatives.
  • Provides authoritative and technical advice to senior level officials on strategies related to recruitment and hiring. Develops and implements comprehensive strategies and initiatives using new and evolving web-based technologies.
  • Provides expert authoritative advice on complex position classification issues. Ensures that the application of position classification standards are accurate and consistent. Serves as the agency technical expert on implementing and administering position classification programs at the agency level. Acts as a consultant on program activities and objectives, priorities, identification of needs, resolution of problems areas, and other matters to assure classification accuracy, adherence to position management principles, and pay equity.
  • Provides oversight for all payroll and time-and-attendance (T&A) matters for all employees within the Division. Considered an expert trouble shooter for matters involving payroll issues. Provides comprehensive and advisory guidance and direct support to employees, timekeepers, managers as related to the Time and Attendance Program.

  • Responsible for overseeing the processes for complex and sensitive payroll, T&A, and HR actions concert with the National Finance Center (NFC). Facilitates processes by working with employees to ensure that tasks are completed, that good working relationships among team members and management officials are maintained.

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Vacancy Ann. #:ENRD-14-072-MP
Who May Apply:Status Candidates
Pay Plan:GS-0201-14
Appointment Term:Permanent
Job Status:Full-Time
Opening Date:10/21/2014
Salary:$106,263.00 to $138,136.00 / Per Year
Offices, Boards and Divisions US-DC-Washington $106,263.00
 

Last Updated: October 2014