U S Department of Interior
Summary Reclamation is a contemporary water management agency. Reclamation is best known for Hoover Dam on the Colorado River, Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River and Folsom Dam on the American River. Today we are the largest wholesaler of water in the country and the second largest producer of hydroelectric power in the western United States. View our video titled \Traditions, Talent, and Teamwork\ Reclamation is seeking a mid-career professional looking for an opportunity to capitalize on his\/her expertise as a Personnel Security Specialist. You can make a difference in the West by assisting in meeting increasing water demands while protecting the environment. Would you enjoy ensuring the implementation and coordination of Personnel Security and Personal Identification Verification (PIV) Program and background investigations? Responsibilities include oversight over security, suitability and fitness for the region. Here is a great opportunity to join a great organization with excellent growth potential! You can progress from $41K to $61K in 3 years! Year 1 - $41,365 (GS-7), Year 2 - $50,598 (GS-9), and Year 3 - $61,218 (GS-11). Promotions to the next grade\/salary level are neither guaranteed nor automatic, but based on supervisor initiation. NOTE: This position is designated as a MODERATE RISK Public Trust position. It requires a fully completed and favorably adjudicated Public Trust Suitability Background Investigation. This is a condition of employment. LOCATION: Bureau of Reclamation, Upper Colorado Region, Human Resources Division, Staffing & Classification Group, Salt Lake City, Utah. For living conditions click . Responsibilities Duties listed are at the full potential GS-11 level. Incumbent will be expected to gain experience in the following: Provides programmatic oversight of the background investigation function.Performs work associated with Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) and Personal Identification Program.Writes interrogatory communication in relation to suitability or fitness issues that surface through an investigation.Coordinates necessary disciplinary\/adverse action with the necessary offices.Performs oversight of the Department of Interior Access system for accuracy and enter adjudication information in the US Access system for issuance of DOI Access card.Coordinates certificate updates for DOI Access cards.Ensures HSPD-12 requirements are met in order to access controlled access areas.Serves as the Upper Colorado (UC) Region Security Specialist for the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) program.Develops and implements Regional guidelines and standards and makes recommendations that directly influence or dictate change in suitability and background investigation practices.Serves as the primary contact for financial information specific to security-related costs.Evaluates the effectiveness of existing personnel security processes.Represents UC Region on external\/internal teams and committees addressing personnel security. Travel Required 25% or less - Some travel may be required with overnight stays. Who May Apply This job is open to\u2026 Current and former Federal employees serving under competitive service career or career-conditional appointments in the local commuting area; current and former time-limited employees eligible under the Land Management Workforce Flexibility Act (LMWFA); Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP); Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP); VRA; VEOA; 30% Disabled; Military Spouses; Schedule A; Individuals with Disabilities; Peace Corps; AmeriCorps; Vista. Requirements Requirements Conditions of Employment U.S. Citizenship or National; Subject to Favorable Adjudication of Public Trust Background Investigation; You must submit a resume and supporting documentation; (See
U S Department of Interior
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