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The Department of the Interior, Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), Office of Policy and Analysis, Evaluation Branch is hiring a Lead Analyst for Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) (Chief Risk Officer) in Washington, DC or Sterling, VA.
BSEE works to promote safety, protect the environment, and conserve resources offshore through vigorous regulatory oversight and enforcement. The Chief Risk Officer is responsible for leading the Bureau's risk management and internal control capabilities, promoting a risk-aware culture, and advancing the implementation of effective risk management practices to help ensure that key risks to current and future mission success are appropriately managed. The Chief Risk Officer implements and oversees BSEE's enterprise risk management framework including the processes for identifying, assessing, prioritizing, mitigating, monitoring, and reporting on key enterprise risks. The Chief Risk Officer serves as a subject matter expert on risk management and internal control, and is a highly-engaged consultative partner for BSEE leadership and personnel on risk management and internal control principles and activities. In addition, the Chief Risk Officer oversees the assessment of internal controls by offices/divisions and regions to determine effectiveness and efficiency of operations, and monitors and reports on progress by Bureau personnel in taking timely and appropriate corrective action to address recommendations identified through internal control reviews and assessments.
The announcement closes on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 (or when 100 applications are received). Additional details about the position, criteria, and the application process are available online at USAJobs (www.USAJobs.gov).
Federal Employees ONLY
USPSC Risk Management Officer (Multiple Positions)
The United States Government (USG), represented by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Office of Humanitarian and Management Operations (HBMO), is seeking offers from qualified U.S. citizens to provide personal service as a Risk Management Officer under a United States Personal Services Contract (USPSC), as described in the solicitation. Risk Management Officers play a central role in the USG disaster response, humanitarian assistance, development food assistance, and disaster risk reduction programs. The Risk Management Officer assists program teams in assessing and mitigating programmatic risk; liaises with auditors and supports audit responses; and supports efforts to ensure that BHA’s humanitarian response programs adhere to policy guidelines and USG regulations. The Risk Management Officer focuses on supporting risk assessment, audit management, and compliance policies, procedures, and standards at headquarters and in field operations. The Risk Management Officer further develops and maintains tracking and record-keeping systems on audit, risk, and compliance issues, supports identification of trends, and advises of potential violations of laws and regulations. By providing awareness and orientation on USG’s grant regulations and procedures, as well as supporting BHA staff on monitoring and responding to issues of concern regarding misuse, diversions, fraud, investigations, and audits the Risk Management Officer ensures program integrity.
**For the full solicitation, including duties and responsibilities, and education and experience, please visit www.bhajobs.net**
The position is located in Washington, DC and closes on December 23, 2021.
Accounting and Cyber-Accounting, Department of Finance and Accounting - Adjunct Faculty
The Business School of the University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC), is seeking graduate adjunct faculty to teach in the MS in Accounting and Information Systems degree program. This is an adjunct faculty position teaching one course per semester.
The position is remote/online and will remain open until filled.