The Department of Energy employs 15,135 workers in a variety of occupations and provides a balanced national energy plan through the coordination and administration of the energy functions of the federal government. Eighteen of their employees work overseas. The department was established in 1977 and is responsible for long-term, high-risk research and development of energy technology; the marketing of federal power, energy conservation; the nuclear weapons program, energy regulatory programs, and a central energy data collection and analysis program. There annual budget is approximately $24 billion annually.
The majority of the department’s energy research and development activities are carried out by contractors who operate government-owned facilities. Management and administration of these government-owned, contractor operated facilities are the major responsibility of this department. DOE Job listings follow:
1000 Independence Ave. SW, Washington, DC 20585; Phone: (202) 586-5000
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According to Fedscope, OPM’s data, analysis and documentation online tool, 6,091 of the DOE’s employees are professionals, 6,765 work in administrative occupations with the remainder in varied job categories including blue collar jobs.
A sampling of occupations employed by the DOE:
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