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Resource Management Specialist - USDA

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Washington, DC


This position is located in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Office of Chief Economist (OCE). The incumbent of this position will serve as a Resource Management Specialist with responsibility for providing coordination functions across the ten USDA Regional Climate Hubs.


  • Independently plans and carries out a wide variety of tasks focused on writing climate change assessments, conducting outreach, and education activities at the national level.
  • Gathers, analyzes, synthesizes, and communicates complex scientific, technical, environmental, and economic and other information and data on climate impacts from different sources into easily interpreted information and products.
  • Oversees program coordination activities for the Climate Hub National Leader.
  • Manages various day-to-day aspects of Climate Hub communications and interactions between Hub partners and end-users of Hub technologies and information (e.g., managing the Climate Hubs Website, Twitter Account and drafting Hub Newsletters).
  • Determines data and information sources, make inquiries, analyze content, and present material in a concise and usable format to the National Leader for the Climate Hubs and CCPO.
  • Plans, schedules, and conducts tasks and studies to evaluate and recommend ways to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the office.
  • Prepares replies to correspondence and other requests for information. Presents information on a wide variety of subjects using written and oral presentation formats and techniques.
  • Prepares scientific, technical, and other data that requires a high level of scientific, technical and economic understanding and analytical ability.
  • Provides analysis of the gap between the needs of stakeholders and the availability of current tools and information services.
  • The incumbent will be responsible for technical and scientific coordination of the Regional Climate Change Hubs program, including managing projects and activities that involve all ten regional hubs.


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