Seeking Research Manager (Federalism and Emergency Management)

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    Celia Mendive



    GS-15 ($123,758-$155,500)

    The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is looking for an individual with the creativity and intellectual capacity to orchestrate research and analysis related to federalism and emergency management; who is comfortable working in and instilling an atmosphere of collaboration and multidisciplinary analysis; and who wants to contribute to a new direction in research management for the lead public policy support agency for the United States Congress.

    The Research Manager will be responsible for leading a group of 10 to 12 policy analysts focused on specific issue areas including intergovernmental relations, economic development, grants, and all-disaster planning and funding.

    Duties include:

    • Ensuring that the work results in objective, authoritative analysis with which the Congress can assess the consequences of legislative/policy options;
    • Monitoring congressional requests, concerns, and needs in policy areas within the research management responsibility of the section;
    • Collaborating with other managers to ensure an integrative approach to the work by fully identifying significant policy problems facing the Congress;
    • Developing analytical approaches to address these problems;
    • Applying appropriate resources;
    • Performing special assignments as directed by the Assistant/Deputy Assistant Director.

    This position is at the GS-15 level ($123,758-$155,500). For more information and to apply online please visit: or call 202.707.5627 to request an applicant job kit. Refer to vacancy #100049 in all correspondence and submit applications by April 12, 2010.

    CRS is fully committed to workforce diversity

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