U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP), Department of Homeland Security
CBP, the Nation’s largest Federal law enforcement agency, safeguards America’s borders and ports of entry while enabling legitimate trade and travel. The Deputy Assistant Commissioner (DAC)/Deputy Chief Financial Officer (DCFO) for the Office of Finance supports the AC/CFO in managing all budgetary and finance-related matters of a multi-billion dollar operating budget for an agency that collects tens of billions of dollars annually for the Federal Government.
Major duties include: leading effective financial management control over CBP resources; establishing/maintaining controls to detect, deter and prevent waste, fraud and abuse; strategic direction for operations improvements and systems modernization; overseeing the development and submission of appropriations justifications and estimates; participating in executive governance boards, councils, and trade groups; developing/maintaining partnerships within the agency as well as Congress, other government agencies and professional groups.
Annual salary range is $124,406 - $187,000 plus performance bonuses for superior accomplishments.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens, and the selectee must successfully complete a background investigation and drug test.
To apply, visit USAJobs.gov – key word: Deputy Assistant Commissioner Finance; location: Washington, DC – Job Announcement Number EXSER/17-1968511-CBP. Resumes accepted June 5-26, 2017.
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You must show in your résumé that you possess the five Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) that apply to the SES, and the Technical Qualifications listed below.
We recommend that your résumé emphasize your level of responsibilities, the scope and complexity of programs managed, and your program accomplishments, including the results of your actions.
Executive Core Qualifications - Mandatory ECQ 1 - LEADING CHANGE:The ability to bring about strategic change, both within and outside the organization, to meet organizational goals. Inherent to this ECQ is the ability to establish an organizational vision and to implement it in a continuously changing environment.
ECQ 2 – LEADING PEOPLE: The ability to lead people toward meeting the organization's vision, mission, and goals. Inherent to this ECQ is the ability to provide an inclusive workplace that fosters the development of others, facilitates cooperation and teamwork, and supports constructive resolution of conflicts.
ECQ 3 – RESULTS DRIVEN: The ability to meet organizational goals and customer expectations. Inherent to this ECQ is the ability to make decisions that produce high-quality results by applying technical knowledge, analyzing problems, and calculating risks.
ECQ 4 – BUSINESS ACUMEN: The ability to manage human, financial, and information resources strategically.
ECQ 5 – BUILDING COALITIONS: The ability to build coalitions internally and with other Federal agencies, State and local governments, nonprofit and private sector organizations, foreign governments, or international organizations to achieve common goals.
Technical Qualification - Mandatory
demonstrated ability to oversee complex financial management and accounting programs for a large government or business entity, including developing policies, implementing major financial management systems, and building a strong, performance-oriented organization.
Additional Salary Information: The total compensation package includes other benefits and options. Total employer paid contributions are worth approximately $20,000 - $27,000 excluding paid vacation and sick leave, paid holidays, and performance-based bonuses.
With more than 60,000 employees, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, CBP, is one of the world's largest law enforcement organizations and is charged with keeping terrorists and their weapons out of the U.S. while facilitating lawful international travel and trade.
As the United States’ first unified border entity, CBP takes a comprehensive approach to border management and control, combining cu...stoms, immigration, border security, and agricultural protection into one coordinated and supportive activity.
The men and women of CBP are responsible for enforcing hundreds of U.S. laws and regulations. On a typical day, CBP welcomes nearly one million visitors, screens more than 67,000 cargo containers, arrests more than 1,100 individuals, and seizes nearly 6 tons of illicit drugs. Annually, CBP facilitates an average of more than $3 trillion in legitimate trade while enforcing U.S. trade laws.