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Public Affairs Specialist with the International Joint Commission, Windsor, Ontario -- Applications being accepted now through October 27, 2008

 

We are delighted to announce the opening of a public affairs specialist position in the International Joint Commission’s Great Lakes Regional Office in Windsor, Ontario

 

This is GG-13 position with the U.S. Federal Government and applications are made through www.usajobs.gov (see B. How to Apply).  Please note that all application materials must be received by no later than October 27, 2008You do not need to currently work for the federal government, but you do need to be a U.S. citizen.

A.  Position description

Public Affairs Specialist, GG-1035-13

Position number: AR210526

Organizational location: Department of State

Bureau:  International Joint Commission (IJC) United States and Canada (www.ijc.org)

Office location:  IJC – Great Lakes Regional Office, Windsor, Ontario

 

This position is located in the Great Lakes Regional Office of the International Joint Commission (IJC) in Windsor, Ontario. This is a full-time U.S. Federal Government GG-13 level position with the salary range of $82,961.00 - 107,854.00 USD per year. 

 

The IJC was established by the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909.  The IJC is an independent international organization that assists the Governments of the United States and Canada in preventing and resolving issues and disputes regarding the use of water and in addressing other environmental issues affecting or potentially affecting either or both of the countries.  The IJC operates through Section Offices in Washington, D.C., and Ottawa, Ontario, and a binational, jointly-funded Great Lakes Regional Office (GLRO) in Windsor, Ontario.  The GLRO assists the Commission primarily in the discharge of the responsibilities assigned to it under the 1978 Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (amended by Protocol in 1987).  The GLRO is staffed by multidisciplinary scientific, policy, technical, and administrative personnel from the Canadian and United States civil services.

 

Public information is one of the two main functions of the GLRO, the other being providing support for the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement advisory bodies.  The incumbent serves as the Public Information Officer for the GRLO and coordinates public information activities including facilitating public consultation, and providing scientific and technical, policy, and educational writing and editing services.  The incumbent reports directly to the Director of the Great Lakes Regional Office.  Most U.S. federal employees that work in the GLRO live in the U.S. and commute to downtown Windsor across the Detroit River via the bridge or tunnel; one U.S. employee lives in Canada.

B. How to apply

Applications are made through www.usajobs.gov.  If position #AR210526 does not open from that hyperlink, click on “Search Jobs” and enter position # AR210526 under “keyword search”.   This will take you to the information you will need about the position and detailed information on how to apply.  You can build a resume on-line, attach one during the on-line application process, or fax or mail your application.  Complete instructions are outlined on the USAJOBS website as well as in a MS word document on the website.   If you have questions, feel free to contact Mr. Doug Bondy at 519-257-6714 (or via U.S. phone number 313-226-2170 ext. 6714) or bondyd@windsor.ijc.org.   

 



 

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PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST

 

SALARY RANGE: 82,961.00 - 107,854.00 USD per year

OPEN PERIOD: Monday, September 29, 2008
to Monday, October 27, 2008

SERIES & GRADE: GG-1035-13

POSITION INFORMATION: Full Time Career/Career Conditional

PROMOTION POTENTIAL: 13

DUTY LOCATIONS:   1 vacancy - Windsor Ontario, AA Canada

WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED:   United States Citizens

 

 


JOB SUMMARY:

Be the Face of America to the World! Get ready for the challenge of a lifetime! Some of the most interesting work in the world is done by U.S. Department of State employees overseas and in Washington , D.C.

 

 

Who May Apply:  Open to all U.S. Citizens

This position is located in the Department of State, International Joint Commission (IJC) United States and Canada, Great Lakes Regional Office (GRLO) in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.  The IJC assists the governments of the United States and Canada in preventing and resolving issues and disagreements regarding the use of transboundary water, and in addressing other environmental issues affecting either or both countries.

The incumbent serves as the Public Information Officer for the GRLO and coordinates public information activities, including facilitating public consultation, and providing scientific and technical, advisory, and education writing and editing services.


KEY REQUIREMENTS:

  • U.S. Citizenship is required.
  • Application procedures are specific to this announcement.


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