This position resides in the Office of Directives Management (DIR) which is an office in Global Information Services, Bureau of Administration. DIR manages the Department's Directives program which articulates and collects the Department's organizational and functional policies, standards, and procedures in the Foreign Affairs Manual (FAM) and associated Foreign Affairs Handbooks (FAHs). In cooperation with program offices. DIR ensures that statues, executive orders, delegations of authority and other agencies' directives are reflected appropriately in Department policy and procedures. DIR administers the Department's centralized forms program, under which official Department forms are drafted, processed, approved and archived. DIR acts as the Department's regulatory coordinator by liaising with Department program offices, other agencies, and the Office of Management and Budget. The Office assists in reviewing and clearing Department-originated rules and works with program offices to offer comment and clearance on rules proposed by other agencies. The Office also arranges for all Department rules to be published in the Federal Register. DIR administers the Department's information Collections program where it oversees information collection standards, sets guidelines, and coordinates with program offices on submissions to the Office of Management and Budget for approval to collect information from the public.
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This position is eligible for telework; additional criteria will be required (e.g., supervisory approval).
As a Supervisory Management Analyst you will function as the principal advisor and expert authority to management on critical policy and procedural issue as well as unusually complex technical matters affecting directives. Principal point of contact for submission of items to the Federal Register, Foreign Affairs Manual (FAM), Information Collections, Rules, and Delegations of Authority. Performs the full range of supervisory tasks over office staff through a first line supervisor and direct supervision of an administrative officer and several contractors. Defines production and quality standards, priorities and controls for office programs. Ensures the effective daily operations of the office. Oversees the application of the office policies across all programs, provides office coverage during core hours, and determines resource needs including staffing and budgetary requirements. Works with Admin Officer on procurement and contracting tasks.
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Status Candidates, Noncompetitive, Former Federal Employees with Reinstatement Eligibility, VEOA, Individuals with Disabilities, Military Spouses, Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, Vista, Eligible Family Member, ICTAP, and CTAP
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