CASC National Tribal Coordinator

USGS Climate Adaptation Science Center

Reston, VA, Remote

Job Type Temporary
Salary Details Salary is based on a GS-14 pay scale

To leverage Tribal leadership and expertise in climate adaptation, the CASCs are seeking a National Tribal Coordinator to serve as a primary liaison and subject matter expert in Tribal partnerships, engagement, and Indigenous Knowledge. The Coordinator will also guide and support CASC approaches and considerations when working with Tribes and strengthen relationships between the CASCs and relevant Tribal agencies, programs, and initiatives. We are looking for the best possible candidate and have flexibility around duration and schedule (e.g., short-term, part time). Salary is based on a GS-14 pay scale. Location is negotiable. Learn more>>

This position will be filled through an Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) agreement. Those who may qualify for an IPA agreement include but are not limited to members of state and local governments, Tribal governments, federally funded research and development centers, colleges and universities (including Tribal Colleges and Universities) and other eligible organizations. All IPA Assignment Agreements must be reviewed by the USGS Ethics Office prior to being finalized. Non-Federal employees on IPA assignments must comply with all Federal, DOI, and USGS ethics statutes, regulations, rules and policies.


Those interested in this position should respond with a statement of interest (paragraph) and your resume or CV to Isabella Caltabiano Ullerick (iullerick@usgs.gov). We will begin to review applications on August 1, 2024; applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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Category Admin & Leadership
Tags Climate Change