State and Local Liaison Position - Program Analyst
US, EPA, Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations
About the organization
EPA works to protect human health and the environment. Our diverse workforce connects to more than just a career. We share a common passion to promote a cleaner, healthier environment for the American people. Join the EPA and discover how exciting it is to safeguard our natural resources and protect human health.
Positions are located in the Office of the Administrator, Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations in either of its two offices, the Office of Congressional Affairs or the Office of Intergovernmental Relations. The selected candidates will play an important part in providing support to the Agency’s senior leaders at the regional and headquarters offices, establishing and maintaining creating evidence-based approaches to support policymaking, as well as, assisting in creating more effective relationships between EPA and its intergovernmental partners.
At the entry level of the State and Local Liaison position, you will:
• Work with OCIR managers and staff, headquarters program offices and regions on relations with state and local
government and small communities.
• Serve as a reliable and responsive point of contact for state and local government officials and the associations
representing them; and
• Ensure the views of state and local officials are considered in agency policy and programs.
• Work with regions, state and local networks, and program offices to coordinate the development of national
systems, reporting, tools, policy, and guidance
• Provide communications, planning, training, planning, and logistics to foster productive relationships between
EPA’s state and local partners and EPA Senior Leadership
• Support general data management by providing data and analysis to prepare for national senior leadership
• Work closely with program offices and the regions to maintain awareness and knowledge of agency Bi-partisan
Infrastructure Law activities and priorities.
• Solid analytical and organizational skills
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Willingness to learn and work closely with other team members
• Interest and aptitude for analyzing data and developing databases,
• Works well independently and on multi-disciplinary teams
• Ability to problem solve and resolve complex issues
• Possess a strong attention to detail
Contact email: [email protected]
1) Resume clearly stating your experience, identifying both dates of experience and hours worked. 2) College transcripts - unofficial transcripts or a list of courses that includes school(s) attended, school address, course title, grades earned, completion dates, department, and quarter or semester hours earned. 3) Description of Service (DOS) - Documenting your training start date; sworn in date; service end date; and a Directors’ signature. 4) Writing sample – Please respond to the following items in a narrative response. Your response should address why you are interested in working for the Environmental Protection Agency, working in congressional affairs or intergovernmental relations and/or working in the location of Washington, DC. 5) Please indicate when you forward your application your non-competitive status.
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