Vacancy Announcement: CG-SES-15-02
Open Period: 01 July 2015 through 30 July 2015
Salary Range: $121,956 – $183,300
Position Location: Washington, DC
The USCG is announcing a challenging Senior Executive Service career opportunity to serve as Director, Incident Management and Preparedness Policy responsible for establishing, developing and implementing policies, strategies and goals to meet U. S. Coast Guard’s incident response mission. The Director, Incident Management and Preparedness Policy: Establishes agency-wide policy, goals, objectives and procedures to implement the U. S. Coast Guard incident management activities. Initiates and provides agency direction, strategy, and guidance on the Coast Guard initiatives required to meet Congressional mandate and intent to effect a successful program. Provides strategic programmatic oversight for the “Maritime Response” Future Year Homeland Security Program, responsible for establishing, developing, and implementing all hazards incident management goals, strategies, policies, regulations, standards and doctrine to meet Coast Guard responsibilities and to achieve program outcomes. Provides strategic programmatic oversight for the Offices of Search and Rescue Policy, Crisis and Contingency Planning and Exercise Policy, Environmental Response Policy and National Response Center. Establishes agency-wide strategic goals and leads the implementation of the national strategy for Search and Rescue (SAR). In addition, leads a coordinated federal, regional, state, industry and private sector SAR research and development, technology initiatives, and SAR activities. Provides strategic programmatic oversight of the Maritime Environmental Response (MER) for oil and hazardous substance response and implements the national MER strategy. Coordinates federal, regional, state, industry and private sector oil and hazardous substances spill research and development, technology initiatives, and response initiatives. Coordinates Coast Guard participation in the National Exercise Program (NEP), including inter-departmental, and inter-agency and DOD sponsored exercises. Implements the national strategic review of risks (threats, hazards, vulnerabilities and operational risks), and agency input to the national five-year schedule of NEP tiered exercises.
The selectee must attain a Top Secret clearance, and undergo pre/post-appointment random drug testing. U.S. Citizenship required.
To review basic job requirements and to apply to this vacancy please visit: http://www.usajobs.gov/ and enter CG-SES-15-02 in the keyword search.