Inspector (Production)

Company Name:
Department Of The Interior
The Bureau of Safety & Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) works to promote safety, protect the environment, and conserve resources offshore through vigorous regulatory oversight and enforcement.
If selected, you will routinely perform safety and environmental inspections of known or conventional oil and gas production, production operations and associated facilities, equipment and control systems and/or specifically designated portions of non-conventional safety and environmental inspections of oil, gas, and other mineral facilities and operations in the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS).
This position, at the GS-07, is a Level 11 training position and receives extensive on-the-job and formal training in oil, gas and/or other minerals operations and equipment; government laws, regulations and standards; BSEE Regional and District policy; and inspection guides and manuals which include procedures for conducting inspections. On-the-job training is provided by the supervisor, lead inspector and senior inspectors; formal training is provided by recognized reputable oil industry focused training institutions.
This is a Permanent, Full Time position.
Louisiana Salary Range Information:
GS-07: $39,179 - $50,932
GS-09: $47,923 - $62,297
GS-11: $57,982 - $75,376
Texas Salary Range Information:
GS-07: $44,172 - $57,424
GS-09: $54,031 - $70,237
GS-11: $65,372- $84,983
BSEE has determined that the duties of this position are suitable for telework only during an emergency or natural disaster.
Job Title: Inspector (Production)
Department: Department Of The Interior
Agency: Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement
Job Announcement Number: BSEE-CW-14-MM1036162 (DEU)
SALARY RANGE: $38,790.00 to $84,139.00 / Per Year
OPEN PERIOD: Monday, March 31, 2014 to Wednesday, April 30, 2014
SERIES & GRADE: GS-1801-07/11
DUTY LOCATIONS: Many vacancies in the following location(s):
WHO MAY APPLY: United States Citizens
SECURITY CLEARANCE: Public Trust - Background Investigation

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