Location: Pentagon, Arlington, VA
Agency: Office of the Chief of Staff of the Army
Salary Range: $117,191 to $152,352 per year
Open Period: 12/06/2019 to 12/19/2019
Term: Full-Time - Permanent
Series & Grade: GS 14
Job Announcement Number: NCHT191792751344
Incumbent will be the institutional and operational Army-wide cultural resources management expert, setting policies for compliance and issuing guidance that meets Army's strategic objectives. Incumbent will set program priorities to manage historic property in a way that considers the preservation of the historic, archaeological, architectural, and cultural values, with special consideration for National Historic Landmarks.
Job Announcement Number: NCHT191792758473D
Open Period: 12/10/2019 to 12/20/2019
Job Announcement Number: NCHT191325628037
Serves as a resource advisor to the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-9 (DCS, G-9), Army staff offices, and Commands on issues relating to base support program resources. Provides advice to analysts and senior leadership to ensure availability of information for base support programs for Army, and for reports provided to OSD and Congress. Identifies strengths and weaknesses, and develops recommendations for improvement.
Open Period: 12/12/2019 to 12/17/2019
Job Announcement Number: NCHT190724381386R
Serves as a subject matter expert while performing cost and/or economic analyses for difficult to define, controversial, new or novel systems or services provided by installations world-wide. Sometimes precedents are lacking. Provides ideas and alternative measures to improve financial and operational performance measures and metrics for Army programs performed at installations.
Open Period: 12/16/2019 to 12/26/2019
Job Announcement Number: NCHT191776706496
Incumbent serves as the financial expert within the Resource Management Branch, Management Support Division, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-9 (DCS, G-9)
The Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-9 is dedicated to supporting Total Army readiness and improving the lives of Army Soldiers, Families and Civilians by providing regulatory guidance and expert military advice and resourcing analytics to inform Army senior leader decisions in support of Army installations across the world.
Our employees are valued experts whose talents and experiences shape the Army landscape every day. Our approximately 300 Army Civilians and 30 Soldiers represent 20 career programs and military branch specialties: engineers, environmental scientists, business professionals, social scientists, financial analysts, and real estate and housing specialists. More than 100 employees have 25 or more years of federal service. Additionally, more than 200 have Bachelor’s degrees or higher levels of education.
We advise on a range of installation services that mirrors those in any city or town in America. Services include: master planning, energy programs, environmental protection, construction, facility maintenance and repair, engineering, utilities, family housing, child and youth programs, and other community and municipal service type programs.
(Current as of 27 September 2019)