rguillen at mines.edu
Mon Jul 17 08:22:57 MDT 2017
The National Minerals Information Center, Mineral Commodities Section, is advertising for a few Physical Scientist positions to serve as commodity specialists in Reston.
The positions will be filled at the GS-9, 11 or 12 level (full performance level is GS-13).
Vacancy announcement opens today, July 12 and closes on July 25.
If you know someone who may be interested, please share the job announcement links below.
Some of the specific duties include:
-Serves as principal USGS contact for mineral commodity data, information and referral source for government, business, and general public.
-Monitors, gathers, and interprets data on mineral investment, production, consumption, facilities, foreign trade, and environmental issues related to minerals.
-Analyzes and validates mineral commodity data gathered by the USGS from periodic surveys and prepares periodic reports as appropriate.
-Analyzes the supply/demand, material balance and recycling situation of mineral commodities, considering all appropriate technological, economic and environmental issues.
-Monitors and evaluates available information and data for usefulness, reliability and potential impacts on industry or industries associated with various mineral commodities.
Here are the links to the open vacancies:
DEU: RES-2017-0232<https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/474223200> (non Federal)
MP: RES-2017-0233<https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/474224400> (Federal)
Division of Economics and Business
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