Position is a Merit Promotion opportunity, open only to current Federal employees and other eligible individuals as listed in the “This job is open to” section of the full position announcement (see link to USAJobs (below).
Position is in the Office of Law Enforcement and Security (OLES), Deputy Assistant Secretary – Public Safety, Resource Protection, and Emergency Services (DAS-PRE), Assistant Secretary for Policy Management and Budget (AS-PMB), U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) in Washington, DC.
The incumbent serves as full Deputy Director assisting the OLES Director with management direction, and operational oversight (but not direct supervision) of the Assistant Directors in the following OLES Divisions: Law Enforcement; Security (Physical, National Security, Personnel); Technology (Law Enforcement Records Management Systems); and Internal Security (Physical Security of the MIB). The incumbent performs the duties and responsibilities of the Director at any time.
At the full performance level (GS-15) the major duties of this position include but are not limited to the following:
OTHER SIGNIFICANT FACTORS
This position requires a full law enforcement commission.
Experience in a primary law enforcement position is a basic qualification for this position. Successful performance in this position is dependent upon this type of prior experience, to include a comprehensive knowledge of public lands law enforcement operations and policies, and the missions and programs of the Department and other Federal Department/Agencies with land management responsibilities. In addition, this position requires a sound knowledge of law enforcement theory, methods, and procedures. A thorough knowledge of criminal procedures, investigative techniques, rules of evidence, judicial precedents and rights of suspects are required of the incumbent. The incumbent must be skilled in the Incident Command System (ICS) and able to provide effective leadership and instruction; provide effective executive-level communication in both written and verbal and must be able to obtain cooperation of others in attaining common objectives and goals.
The incumbent is a commissioned law enforcement officer and will be required to carry and use firearms in the conduct of their law enforcement duties. Incumbent will be required to successfully complete annual in-service training, firearms training and qualifications, as well as appropriate physical standards and other required training consistent with Departmental law enforcement requirements.
A one-year supervisory probationary period may be required.
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For more information, please visit: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/644433000