Seeking Analyst in Natural Resources Policy, GS-13 (emphasis on the National Park Service)

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    Celia Mendive

    The Resources, Science, and Industry Division (RSI) of the Congressional Research Service (CRS) is seeking an Analyst in Natural Resources Policy. The analyst will apply scientific and economic understanding to the research and analysis of public policy issues related to natural resources programs, policies, and practices, with an emphasis on the National Park Service, including issues of visitor use, maintenance, scientific research, and ecosystem protection. The analyst will also treat the interrelationships of these issues with associated key natural resource, federal land management, and science issues, including, for example, water resources, fish and wildlife, endangered species, forestry, climate change, ecosystem health, and sustained use.

    The analyst will provide objective, expert public policy analysis and consultation to congressional committees, Members, and staff. This entails preparing objective, non-partisan, and innovative analytical studies on public policy issues of national or international significance; providing personal assistance as an expert on public policy issues throughout the legislative process, including analyzing, appraising, and evaluating legislative proposals; and participating in or leading multidisciplinary team research projects and seminars. The analyst is also expected to develop over time increasingly sophisticated skills necessary to provide public policy and legislative analysis at the highest levels.

    Position is being offered at the GS-13 level ($86,927-$113,007) with promotion potential to the GS-15. Please apply online at: or call 202.707.5627 to request an applicant job kit. Refer to vacancy# 090140. Applications must be received by July 16, 2009.

    CRS is the public policy research arm of the United States Congress and is fully committed to workforce diversity.

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