Environmental Protection Specialist: Environmental Protection Agency (Washington D.C.)

Job Title: Environmental Protection Specialist, GS-0028-13
Agency: Environmental Protection Agency

Job Announcement Number: LV-OAR-DE-2013-0016

SALARY RANGE:

$89,033.00 to $115,742.00 / Per Year

OPEN PERIOD:

Monday, December 10, 2012 to Friday, December 21, 2012

SERIES & GRADE:

GS-0028-13

POSITION INFORMATION:

Full-time – Permanent

PROMOTION POTENTIAL:

13

DUTY LOCATIONS:

1 vacancy – Washington, DC, USView Map

WHO MAY APPLY:

Any U.S. citizen may apply.

JOB SUMMARY:

Earth Day is every day at EPA! Come help us protect the environment! Our diverse workforce connects to more than just a career-we share a common passion to promote a cleaner, healthier environment.  Discover how exciting safeguarding our natural resources and protecting human health can be.  We consistently rank as one of the top Federal agencies in which to work, with great benefits and work flexibilities. Find yourself at EPA.  See more about us here:  http://www.epa.gov. This position is located in the Office of Air and Radiation, Office of Atmospheric Programs, Climate Protection Partnerships Division, in Washinton, DC. For more information on this office, visit their website: http://epawww.epa.gov/oar/index.html

KEY REQUIREMENTS

  • If you are selected, a pre-employment background check is required.
  • You must submit resume and required documents(See How to Apply)
  • You may be required to travel 1 to 5 days per month.
  • You must be a U.S. citizen.


DUTIES:

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You will: Analyze commercial building energy and water use data using statistical methods and econometric analysis; Propose and conduct energy, financial, and/or emissions analyses; Communicate the technical aspects of ENERGY STAR to critical stakeholder communities, including examining and explaining the relationship between building codes and building energy performance; Train buliding industry partners in the use of ENERGY STAR technical tools; Coordinate with the Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, on improvements to future Commercial Building Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS) data collection efforts; Serve as the technical lead in meetings with senior officials and executives from private companies, local governments, and nonprofit organizations; Manage contractors assisting EPA in carrying out many of the activities conducted as part of the ENERGY STAR program.   You will spend less than 25%, of your work time on contracts, grants/cooperative agreements, and/or interagency agreements.

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