The NESDIS International & Interagency Affairs Division leads NESDIS efforts to facilitate access to Earth observation data and products (in situ and satellite) through international and interagency partnerships, coordinates global solutions to shared challenges in obtaining, processing and building capacity to exploit in situ and satellite data by representing NOAA and the United States in multilateral fora; provides insight into relevant national and international policy; and leads the international community in the adoption of responsible policies for satellite operation and data sharing.
As an International Relations Specialist, the successful candidate will perform the following duties:
For further information and complete application instructions, search USA Jobs for announcements:
Job Announcement # NESDIS-AA-2020-0013 (DE - U.S. Citizens/Nationals; and/or Federal Employees who meet the definition of a 'surplus' or 'displaced' employee): https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/577960000
Job Announcement # NESDIS-AA-2020-0012 (MAP - Current or former competitive service federal employees, individuals with disabilities, Federal Employees who meet the definition of a 'surplus' or 'displaced' employee, military spouses, Peace Corps and AmeriCorps Vista, Individuals eligible under a special authority not listed here but defined in the federal hiring authorities, Veterans) https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/577961700
U.S. Citizenship or is required. Applications must be received by the closing date of September 14, 2020.
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