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Outreach and Engagement Analyst (Detail)

Division/Office:
Consumer Education & External Affairs
Closing date:
Location:
Washington, DC
Grade:
52 See information on grades and base pay ranges
Salary:
$0
Who may apply:
Open to All Federal employees

Summary

Detail - Detail, not to exceed 9 months, may be extended or made permanent without further competition.

This position is located in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Consumer Education & External Affairs Division, Office of Stakeholder Management (OSM).

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Responsibilities

As an Outreach and Engagement Analyst, you will:

  • Serve as the Office point of contact for some governors, county and municipal leaders, as well as designated federal interagency departments and agencies. Under supervision of senior staff, maintain ongoing communication with such stakeholders, and build cooperative, ongoing working relationships with them. Establish relationships with stakeholders to advance the mission of OSM; assist in identifying potential areas for collaboration; and engage in ongoing dialogue to stay abreast of state, county and municipal level policies that might influence the Bureau’s mission.
  • Support outreach to external stakeholders and cross Bureau stakeholders on behalf of OSM. Work closely with the Assistant Director for Intergovernmental Affairs, other OSM and External Affairs (CEEA) team members, and other Bureau staff to assist in conducting briefings, meetings, and events to increase external awareness among intergovernmental stakeholders and the general public about the CFPB’s work, policy deliverables, and mission.
  • Draft time-sensitive memoranda for review by senior staff on topics related to intergovernmental stakeholder activity and policy development. Assist in drafting talking points for the Assistant Director for Intergovernmental Affairs’ meetings and events.
  • Contribute to the preparation and dissemination of the Office’s written materials by drafting talking points, fact sheets, briefing materials, memoranda, and other materials for Bureau use in conducting, facilitating, and supporting external outreach, briefings, events, meetings, and speeches. Conduct basic research to inform intergovernmental functions.

Travel Required

  • Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required.

Supervisory Status

  • No

Promotion Potential

  • 52 - Due to this position being a detail, you will retain the pay you are currently receiving from your position of record.

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Open to All Federal employees

All candidates who are: Federal employees currently serving in the competitive or excepted service (Excepted service employees currently serving under Schedule A, Schedule B or a Veterans Recruitment Appointment).

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