Army Corps of Engineers

7 job(s) at Army Corps of Engineers

Army Corps of Engineers Albuquerque, NM, United States
Jul 21, 2017
Full time
About the Position : This position is located with the US Army Engineer District, Albuquerque Planning, Project and Program Management Division, Military and IIS Project Management Branch, Environmental and SRM Section, Albuquerque, New Mexico.   Who May Apply : U.S. Citizens Duties As an Interdisciplinary Project Manager, you would maintain responsibility and perform oversight for environmental projects and programs. Such projects may involve Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Army, Air Force and Department of Energy customers. Projects may be managed under Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation Program (NALEMP), Military Munitions Response (MMRP), Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS) and environmental quality programs. Projects may involve remediation projects that concern military munitions cleanup, fuel spills, and groundwater and/or soil contamination. Projects for environmental quality programs are typically air, hazardous waste, or cultural resources. You will use interpersonal skills to assure managers, customers and the public that issues impacting the project will not affect quality project performance. You will negotiate and integrate all District functions, establish project scope and criteria, control and manage project schedules and budgets, and manage environmental projects through all phases of the project life-cycle, from project initiation through project closeout. Closes 08-02-2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Saint Helena, NE, United States
Jul 21, 2017
Temporary
About the Position: This position assist the Threatened and Endangered Species Section in Bird Monitoring and Surveying. This position runs through the summer months. This is a temporary position that will not lead to permanent employment.   *Applicants applying for the Yankton, SD location will have their duty location set as Saint Helena, NE.  Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties Incumbent will serve as a Biological Science Technician for the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, working on the Missouri River monitoring two Federally listed threatened/endangered shorebirds (piping plovers and least terns) during their breeding season from May – August. Field work includes locating nests, tracking nest status, assigning nest fate, and observing hatched chicks until fledging on sandbar and reservoir shoreline habitat in South Dakota and Nebraska. Work activities may also include determining if conditions that create risk to the birds exist, and providing protective measures for the birds. Incumbent may also assist habitat monitoring crews to assess habitat areas utilized by the birds. Field work may require long periods of walking over sandy or rough terrain. The incumbent spends considerable time outdoors, where the incumbent may encounter variable weather conditions and exposure to insects. Locations : Saint Helena, NE Yankton, SD This job is open to The public U.S. citizens, nationals or those who owe allegiance to the U.S., and excepted service employees. Closes 07-24-2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Abiquiu, NM, United States
Jul 18, 2017
Seasonal
About the position:   This recruitment is being used to fill a   Seasonal   Park Ranger position located at the Abiquiu Lake Project Office, Abiquiu, NM. Please note as seasonal positions selectees will not work the entire year and as such will not receive full annual salary. You will be paid for time worked by the hour. Minimum hourly salary for Abiqui, NM is $14.10 and maximum is $20.51. Who May Apply: US Citizens Duties Serves as a Park Ranger assisting higher graded ranger staff with the routine day-to-day duties required to operate and maintain the recreational facility to which the employee is assigned. Routine duties include assisting visitors, answering questions, providing assistance with interpretive programs (i.e. guided tours, instructional briefings, etc.), inputting and retrieving data from agency databases, and assisting with park management programs (i.e. planting of trees and ground cover, maintenance of park signs, and the cleaning of debris and liter). Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Locations Phoenix, AZ Tucson, AZ Los Angeles, CA About the Position: This position is in the Military Branch of Programs & Projects Management Division, USACE Los Angeles, located in either Tucson, AZ or Phoenix, AZ or Los Angeles, California. Who May Apply: US Citizens Duties Serves as a project manager responsible for managing the efficient and effective coordination and accomplishment of the planning, design, construction, and direction of assigned environmental projects associated with various Military Programs. The programs are established at agency and/or congressional levels, and represent different funding sources. Programs include the Defense Environmental Restoration Program for Formerly Used Defense Sites (DERP-FUDS), and the Defense Environmental Restoration Program, Installation Restoration Program (DERP-IRP). Projects are initiated by various DoD agencies (e.g., Army, Air Force, etc.), and range from Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste (HTRW) to Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP) projects. Assigned projects involve several complex features, such as technical issues, political interest, public impact, and extensive coordination requirements. Travel Required 25% or Greater Business travel is approximately 20-40% a year. Relocation Authorized Yes Relocation costs may be paid if the selecting official determines the relocation is in the best interests of the government. Closes 07-31-2017. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Concord, MA, United States
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
About the Position:   The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) New England District is responsible for managing the Corps' civil works, military, hazardous waste remediation, and international and interagency services (IIS) program responsibilities throughout the six New England states. The District employs about 500 professional civilian employees plus military officers in key management positions. The Planning Division is a diverse organization housed within the New England District (NAE) Headquarters in Concord, MA. Members of the Planning Division have expertise in water resources planning, including plan formulation, environmental evaluation and restoration, cultural resources evaluation, economics, Civil Works policy, and public involvement. About the Surrounding Area:   The District headquarters is situated 18 miles northwest of Boston. Concord has the feel of a suburb with much historical flair. Recreational opportunities abound within a few hours' drive which includes beautiful coastlines, beaches, mountains, lakes, and many museums and historical sites. The area includes many opportunities to participate in various cultural activities, and take advantage of the numerous nationally recognized higher education institutions and health care facilities that reside in the area. Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties Serves as the Environmental Restoration Project Manager and the project manager and lead planner in charge of major and complex projects within the Plan Formulation Branch. Applies a mastery of knowledge of management concepts, principles, methods, and practices in all Civil Works programs, with an emphasis on environmental restoration. You will work under the general direction of the Plan Formulation Branch Chief.  You will perform the following duties:   Develop and maintain relationships with Federal and state agencies, communities and regional organizations concerned with aquatic restoration in the New England region. Identify opportunities to use the Corps programs and authorities to investigate and construct environmental restoration projects. Develop annual program goals and monitor overall program execution. Coordinate projects activities with non-Federal sponsors, subject matter experts, representatives from Federal and State agencies and special interest groups. Allocate project funds to project managers and monitor performance to assure commitments are being maintained on all projects.   Review progress of projects to ensure they are policy compliant, on schedule and within established cost estimates. Prepare decision documents, status reports and other documents to obtain higher command approvals for Civil Works projects.    Serve as a mentor to junior project managers. Provide technical and policy review of civil works documents submitted by junior project managers. Travel Required Occasional Travel Overnight Business Travel is up to 20% Relocation Authorized Yes Moving/relocation expenses are authorized. Defense National Relocation Program (DNRP) is not authorized. Closes 07-31-2017. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Vidalia, LA, United States
Jul 14, 2017
Full time
About the Position: The New Orleans District provides for navigation, flood and hurricane protection, environmental stewardship, and other water resources needs to benefit the people of Southern Louisiana and the nation. The offices are located in modern energy efficient buildings in the uptown area of New Orleans overlooking the Mississippi River. There is a child care center and a fitness center on the premises, and free employee parking. Audubon Park is within walking distance. Who May Apply : U.S. Citizens Duties Functions as Hydrologic Technician of all stream gauging and water quality activities in his/her assigned geographical area. Works either independently in remote locations or with other personnel engaged in taking discharge readings and water quality samples, and in the installation, inspection, reading, and maintenance of a variety of gauges and automated recording devices. Incumbent is required to obtain and maintain a USACE Boat Operators License which requires the ability to complete the USACE Boat Operator's Course.  The course includes written and practical exams along with swimming 100 yards in open water, while wearing a US Coast Guard approved personal flotation device.  The license must be obtained and maintain for employment.  The position involves working outdoors and in remote sites, sometimes accessible only by small boat.  A compressed work schedule of four 10-hour days, Monday through Thursday is mandatory. Duty Location :    Old River Control Complex Auxiliary Structure Office 4342 Hwy 15 Vidalia, La. 71373 Closes 07-24-2017. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Alexandria, VA, United States
Jul 11, 2017
Full time
About the Position : This leadership position may be filled as a: Supervisory Community Planner, GS-0020-15; Supervisory Social Scientist, GS-0101-15; Supervisory Economist, GS-0110-15; Supervisory Biologist, GS-0401-15; Supervisory Architect, GS-0808-15; Supervisory Civil Engineer, GS-0810-15; Supervisory Civil Engineer (Hydraulics), GS-0810-15;  Supervisory Physical Scientist, GS-1301-15; Supervisory Hydrologist, GS-1315-15; or Supervisory Statistician, GS-1530-15. This position is being filled on a permanent basis. Applications will be accepted from individuals in each of these occupations through a single job posting, located at   https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/473104700 .  The link will take you to a job posting which lists the position as Program Manager, GS-0340-15, vacancy announcement #NCFL171162461980003. Who May Apply : Only applicants who meet one of the employment authority categories below are eligible to apply for this job.  You will be asked to identify which category or categories you meet, and to provide documents which prove you meet the category or categories you selected.  See   Proof of Eligibility   for an extensive list of document requirements for all employment authorities. Current Civilian Employee with the Department of the Army Current Permanent Department of Defense (DOD) - Civilian Employee (non-Army) Current Permanent Federal Civilian Employee  (non-DOD) Former Federal Employee, eligible for   reinstatement Eligible due to   Interagency Career Transition Program (ICTAP) Eligible under   Veterans' Employment Opportunity Act (VEOA) Priority Placement Program, Program S (Military Spouse) registrants   referred through the Automated Stopper and Referral System (ASARS) for this position Duties Serve as Director of Headquarters U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' (HQ USACE's) Institute for Water Resources (IWR) and the International Center for Integrated Water Resources Management (ICIWaRM), which is also affiliated with the United Nations.  Responsible for the overall development, direction, management and execution of the Institute's broad range of missions and highly technical water resources programs, both at IWR's National Capital Region (NCR) headquarters and across it's remote centers, including the Hydrologic Engineering Center (HEC); Risk Management Center (RMC); Navigation and Civil Works Decision-Support Center (NDC); Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center (WCSC); the Collaboration and Public Participation Expertise Center (CPCX); the Secretariat for the U.S. Section of PIANC (World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure); and the Technical Secretariat for the International Hydrological Program's (IHP's) Global Network on Water and Development Information for Arid Lands (G-WADI), which is hosted by ICIWaRM. As director, provide leadership, set executive direction and apply oversight of a diverse portfolio of water-related programs. Working through IWR's senior managers and center directors, direct IWR's core mission programs focused on Civil Works policy, planning, and program analysis; identify emerging issues, trends and implications to the future direction of U.S. water resources and the Civil Works program; model development and training in water resources planning; hydrologic engineering; risk analysis; international water resources; collecting, managing and distributing U.S. waterborne domestic and foreign commerce statistics and related port and navigation infrastructure data; and, providing consultative problem-solving on areas related to the management of public works, economic, social and environmental analysis, and conflict resolution and public involvement. Ensure IWR activities performed at multiple locations across the U.S. are integrated, synchronized and aligned with overall goals of USACE. Lead external national interface on technical activities with other Federal agencies, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO's), professional societies and academic institutions, and likewise lead international outreach on United Nations, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization International Hydrological Programme (UNESCO IHP), and related global initiatives on behalf of USACE Corps of Engineers Civil Works (CECW), Interagency and International Services (IIS) and/or the U.S. State Department. Chair the Institute's Corporate Board, Project Review Board, and Editorial Board, and ensure that collaborative work arrangements are effectively implemented among the Institute's various enterprise groups and centers. Provide leadership, direction and oversight to an organization comprised of approximately 270 mostly professional, administrative personnel which includes remote centers spanning all four CONUS times zones and OCONUS locations, particularly within the Asia-Pacific, Middle-East, Latin America and Caribbean, Europe and Africa regions, along with providing reimbursable technical services to customers across all USACE MSC's/districts, CW's Business-Lines and Communities of Practice.  Assures efficient staff, training and development, effective communications, and continued emphasis on Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and diversity. Travel Required Occasional Travel 10% for site visits and meetings Relocation Authorized Yes Payment of moving expenses is authorized, subject to the provisions of the Joint Travel Regulations. Closes 08-09-2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com