Deadline : 2 octobre 2012
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has reopened recruitment for an economist with specialization in resource, regional, and/or ecological economics. This is a career Headquarters position, GS-13/14, but we will consider applicants willing to work in either Ft. Collins, CO or Washington, DC.
BLM’s senior management is committed to improving the Bureau’s ability to deliver relevant and credible socioeconomic information and analysis to address both established and emerging issues. As the Bureau’s senior technical expert, you will be responsible for providing economic expertise for a fast changing set of assignments, from developing improved methods for estimating tourism’s economic impacts to identifying practical tools for valuing ecosystem services.
Please consider applying, and forward to your networks. The recruitment closes October 2, 2012. Links to the announcements appear below. (The Merit announcement is for federal employees, the DEU announcement is for other U.S. citizens.) Please call or email if you have questions.
Rob Winthrop, Ph.D.
Senior Social Scientist, Socioeconomics Program
Decision Support, Planning, and NEPA (WO-210)
USDI Bureau of Land Management
mail: 1849 C Street NW, Washington, DC 20240
phone 202-912-7287; cell 202-341-4837
Winthrop, Robert [RWinthro@BLM.GOV]
Announcement Numbers: WO Merit-2012-0173
Position: Economist, GS-0110-13/14
Opens: 09/10/2012 Closes: 10/02/2012
Duty Location: This position is located in the Bureau of Land Management, located in the Assistant Director, Renewable Resources & Planning, Division of Decision Support Branch (WO-211). Duty Station may be Fort Collins, CO or Washington, DC
Click on the link to view the announcement:
Arlene Green-Bell, M.Ed.
Human Resources Officer
20 M Street SE
Washington Office/Eastern States Office
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 912-7029 (Desk)
(202) 912-7121 (Fax)
(703) 403-1876 (Blackberry)