There is an opportunity within the Department of Interior's Bureau of Land Management Division of Budget for up to three budget analysts at the GS-12/13 level. Please see vacancy announcement No. OR-MERIT-2011-0003 for merit candidates and No. OR-DEU-2011-0001 for external candidates. The announcements have been extended and will close on November 17, 2011.
If you are looking for a great opportunity to work on multiple aspects of budget and to learn about very interesting land management programs, then you will want to apply for these jobs! The Bureau of Land Management is a land management agency and has responsibility for a wide range of programs and functions that include , but is not limited to, a wild horse and burro program, recreation management, energy and minerals, threatened and endangered species, cultural resources, and receipts and collections accounts. You will get to work on budget execution functions, including the OMB MAX budget database system, budget quarterly reviews, fund allocations and some of the more technical aspects of budget execution such as review of the agency's SF-133 "Report on Budget Execution", and preparation of the agency's apportionment data.