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What are the values at the DOI?

By DOI.Gov

If you're interested in working at the Department of the Interior you can check out their stated values and principles here.

The U.S. Department of the Interior is an exciting place to work. Our dedicated workforce enjoys rewarding career opportunities and highly competitive benefit programs.
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In order to protect and provide access to our Nation's natural and cultural heritage and honor our trust responsibilities to tribes, we will create a work environment in which a diverse workforce is valued, motivated, developed and rewarded for excellent customer-focused performance.
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Our Guiding Principles
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We are committed to building and maintaining an environment where merit principles, effective leadership, excellence and empowerment are respected and valued.

Our concept of merit principles includes the values of:

  • Integrity
  • Fairness
  • Trust
  • Ethical and legal behavior
  • Zero tolerance for discrimination

Our understanding of effective leadership includes the principles of:

  • Mission first
  • Accountability
  • Fiscal responsibility and integrity
  • Use of effective business practices.

Our commitment to excellence includes:

  • Professionalism
  • Customer orientation
  • Resourcefulness
  • Effective use of technology
  • Innovation
  • Teamwork
  • Continuous learning

Our belief in empowerment encompasses the concepts of:

  • Respect for the individual
  • Utilizing effective communication
  • Appropriate delegations of authority
  • Developing a sense of enthusiasm, pride, and community
  • Ensuring appropriate recognition and reward
Diversity
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We are also committed to ensuring the Department's workforce isShaking hands reflective of the nation at all levels and in all occupations; and the Department is a workplace where the quality of work life is valued and there is an environment open and accepting of individual differences and where all employees are encouraged to maximize their potential and to exhibit a commitment to provide quality service to customers.
To guarantee we will meet this commitment, the Department has pledged to achieve five goals:
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  1. Recruit a workforce that reflects the diversity of the Nation.
  2. Retain a workforce that reflects the diversity of the Nation.
  3. Ensure accountability at the highest levels for improving diversity.
  4. Educate managers, supervisors and employees regarding diversity.
  5. There will be zero tolerance for discrimination, harassment, or hostile work environments, our Zero Tolerance Policy.
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When all is said and done, you will find the U.S. Department of the Interior is a fun, safe, and challenging place to work.






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