Job opening: Regional Coordinator
Salary: $82 830 - 107 680 per year
Published at: Sep 22 2023
Employment Type: Full-time
For more information on the Department of Justice and the United States Attorneys' Offices, visit http://www.justice.gov/usao/.
As needed, additional positions may be filled using this announcement.
This position is also being announced to applicants eligible to apply through Merit Staffing procedures under
At the full performance level, as a Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP) Regional Coordinator in the U.S. Attorney's Office (USAO) and designated MMIP Regional Outreach Program Region, you will join a team responsible for carrying out the public safety mission of the Department of Justice, the Program Region, and USAOs in the District of Alaska, Oregon, Arizona, Western Michigan, or Northern Oklahoma. In this role, you will perform a variety of duties to promote the effective communication, coordination, and collaboration among federal, state, Tribal and local law enforcement, and non-governmental resources to prevent and resolve Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP)related cases and issues.
If selected, you will receive formal and/or on-the-job training as needed. Typical work assignments for this position include:
Communicate and coordinate regionally with Tribal governments and other federal, state, and local partners, including the Native American Outreach Services Liaison, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Tribal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, Tribal, state, and local social service organizations, other Indigenous -related governmental and nongovernmental MMIP governmental and non-governmental stakeholders.
Designs and implements approaches to facilitate communication and problem resolution on MMIP-related issues at the federal, Tribal, state, and local levels. Serves as a standing member on any ad hoc committees created to develop strategies to resolve complicated MMIP-related problems. Represents the Department, U.S. Attorneys, and the Program at such meetings as required.
Provides MMIP -related information directly to federal, Tribal, state, and local Indigenous organizations by active service and participation in MMIP-related task forces, committees, and associations. Advises federal, Tribal, state, and local governmental and non-governmental officials on the organization, operation, responsibilities, and strengths of counterpart organizations.
Participates, convenes, or facilitates - or assists therein - cross-jurisdiction meetings with governmental and non-governmental organizations to address MMIP-related issues: e.g., law enforcement coordination in missing persons cases, multi-disciplinary team approaches to address Missing or Murdered cases, use of NamUs and other MMIP-related databases in missing persons cases, development and implementation of Savanna's Act Guidelines, Tribal Community Response Plans, and other Tribal, state, or local guidelines.
Work in coordination with federal, Tribal, state, and local law enforcement partners within the Program Region, to increase the accuracy and instances of information reported to existing missing persons databases, like NamUs and NCIC's Missing Persons File.
In coordination with the National Indian Country Training Initiative (NICTI) Coordinator, uses organizational, planning, and instructional design skills to develop and present large conferences and training programs within the District and Program Region that address MMIP -related topics including NamUs, NCIC,
TCRP development, and Indigenous MMIP-related communication and collaboration guidelines, which are available to federal, Tribal, state, and local law enforcement, community members, and other government and non-governmental agencies or associations that might benefit from the training.
Develops and maintains a library of MMIP-related resource materials for use by federal, Tribal, state, and local governmental and non-governmental organizations within the Program Region. With Department approval, personally authors brochures and other outreach material where there is a lack of pertinent literature, or existing literature is not fully appropriate to District or Program Region needs.
Participates in the planning and implementation of MMIP-related District and Regional programs and initiatives. Work involves coordinating, facilitating, advising, and participating in the design, development, and operation of MMIP-related program(s).
Responsibilities will increase and assignments will become more complex as your training and experience progress.
- You must be a U.S. Citizen or National
- Initial appointment is conditioned upon a satisfactory pre-employment adjudication. This includes fingerprint, credit and tax checks, and drug testing. Continued employment is subject to a favorable adjudication of a background investigation
- You must be registered for Selective Service, if applicable
- If selected, you may be required to complete a one year probationary period.
- You must meet all qualification requirements upon the closing date of this announcement.
GS-12: To be eligible at the GS-12 level, you must meet one full year of specialized experience as defined below.
Specialized Experience: One full year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-11 level.
Specialized Experience is defined as: analyzing Indigenous-related programs and activities, audiences, and priorities, identifying the informational and resource needs of governmental and non-governmental related federal, Tribal, state, and local organizations; developing and disseminating relevant information through appropriate media, and ensuring Indigenous-related prevention, investigation, and prosecution activities are promoted through a comprehensive program; Promote communication, coordination, and collaboration among federal, Tribal, state, and local partners to prevent and resolve Indigenous-related cases and issues; coordinating, facilitating, advising, and participating in the design, development, and operation of Indigenous-related program(s); Provide issue analysis, recommendations, and advice to leadership on Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons issues.
Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan (ICTAP)- The ICTAP provides eligible displaced Federal competitive service employees with selection priority over other candidates for competitive service vacancies. If your agency has notified you in writing that you are a displaced employee eligible for ICTAP consideration, you may receive selection priority if: 1) this vacancy is within your ICTAP eligibility; 2) you apply under the instructions in the announcement; and 3) you are found well-qualified for this vacancy. To be well-qualified, you must satisfy all qualification requirements for the vacant position and receive a score of 85 or better on established ranking criteria. You must provide proof of eligibility to receive selection priority. Such proof may include a copy of your written notification of ICTAP eligibility or a copy of your separation personnel action form. Additional information about ICTAP eligibility is at: http://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/workforce-restructuring/employee-guide-to-career-transition/.
Career Transition Assistance Plan (CTAP)-The CTAP provides eligible surplus and displaced competitive service employees in the Department of Justice with selection priority over other candidates for competitive service vacancies. If your Department of Justice component has notified you in writing that you are a surplus or displaced employee eligible for CTAP consideration, you may receive selection priority if: 1) this vacancy is within your CTAP eligibility, 2) you apply under the instructions in this announcement, and 3) you are found well-qualified for this vacancy. To be well qualified, you must satisfy all qualification requirements for the vacant position and receive a score of 85 or better on established ranking criteria. You must provide a copy of your written notification of CTAP eligibility with your application. Additional information about CTAP eligibility is at http://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/workforce-restructuring/employee-guide-to-career-transition/.
- Address Northern District of Oklahoma
110 W 7th Street
Tulsa, OK 74119
- Name: Mary Robinson Hall
- Phone: 918-382-2738
- Email: [email protected]