“Department of the Interior structures its SES positions into categories to determine the minimum pay for each position. This is a Category 4 position. The minimum pay for this position is $156,973.00. Pay is set based on consideration of the selectee’s current salary and other factors. This position is only eligible for situational tele-work only.”
“Duties and Responsibilities Include:
- As the Deputy to the IBC’s Director, serves as IBC’s Chief Operating Officer and Chief Risk Officer. Makes or contributes to decisions of major consequence to ensure the effective and efficient planning and management of IBC services, operations and resources supporting the Department and external customers. Assists in the leadership and management of a wide range of highly complex functions including enterprise risk and performance management vital to the effective fulfillment of Interior’s programs. Provides service through the Office of the Secretary Working Capital Fund and the Interior Franchise Fund, utilizing reimbursable agreements between the IBC and its customers. Guides planning and management of services and operations totaling approximately $275 million.
- Leads accountability and transparency for all of IBC’s services. Supports the Director in leading and guiding IBC’s operations, strategy, resource (organizational and financial), risk and performance management functions, while supporting IBC’s three core customer facing service areas of acquisition, financial management and human resources/payroll. The Deputy Director has full authority in guiding effective planning, management, accountability and transparency of IBC’s operations, strategy, resource, risk and performance management functions as well as forecasting trends in resource management.
- In addition to supporting the Director in all matters impacting the IBC, the Deputy Director is responsible for effective enterprise risk management. Leads IBC wide efforts to address the full spectrum of the organization’s external and internal risks. Advises senior leaders on IBC’s strategically aligned portfolio view of risks while ensuring sound business and operating principles and practices are consistently applied across the organization to meet customer and stakeholder needs through value added shared services.
- Presents and defends program initiatives and operations to the Director; IBC executive leadership; high-level officials of the Department; the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administrative Services; bureaus and offices; other federal agencies; Congress; and the Office of Management and Budget…”