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  • 05/18/2017 6:39 PM | Anonymous

    Office of Inspector General
    Agency contact information

    1 vacancy in the following location:
        Alexandria, VA
    Work Schedule is Full Time - Senior Executive Service (SES)
    Opened Tuesday 5/16/2017
    Closes Friday 6/16/2017
        Salary Range
        $124,406.00 to $180,000.00 / Per Year
        Series & Grade
        ES-0511-00/00
        Promotion Potential
        00
        Supervisory Status
        Yes

        Who May Apply
        United States Citizens
        Control Number:    469575700
        Job Announcement Number:    IG-17-1956208-AUD-SES-COMP



    Job Overview
    Summary

    This position is in the Senior Executive Service (SES), a small elite group of top government leaders.  SES members possess a diverse portfolio of experiences including strong skills to lead across organizations.  As an executive, you will influence the direction of innovation and transformation of the federal government and lead the next generation of public servants.

     

     

    The Department of Defense Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG) offers potential applicants more than just jobs and professions.  A career with the DoD OIG offers those who qualify an opportunity to serve our Nation and those who are defending it worldwide.  This position provides the opportunity to apply the depth and breadth of your experience to strengthening the integrity, efficiency, and effectiveness of the Department of Defense.

     

    The position is located in the DoD OIG, Office of Deputy Inspector General (DIG) for Audit. The DoD OIG, has responsibility to identify and eliminate fraud, waste, and abuse in the administration of DoD programs and operations, in accordance with the Inspector General Act of 1978, P.L. 95-452, as amended (the Act).

     

     

    Duties

    ·         Responsible for planning and performing audits that are DoD-wide in scope involving the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Military Departments, Defense agencies, and any other DoD-related organizations or operations.

    ·         Advises the DIG-Audit on a broad range of matters related to acquisition of major programs, contracting, sustainment and installation support and construction programs including: programming, budgeting, financial, sustainment, logistics, fiscal policy, and the congressional appropriation process.

    ·         Directs audits of major programs and systems by ensuring that the basic audit concept and approach are followed, as well as specific audit guidance applied in accomplishing the coverage are established.

    ·         Represents the DoD OIG in collaborating with DoD, GAO, and other government and industry officials in audit matters involving the assigned area(s) of responsibility.

    ·         Directs and coordinates numerous audit teams of acquisition sustainment contracting issues, installation management, construction, weapons systems and technology acquisition, and system testing and evaluation in the planning, survey, and execution of multi-location audits.

    ·         Directs development of summary audit reports and/or trend reports.  These reports require analysis of complex programs/processes and a comprehensive knowledge of applicable DoD policies and operations.

    ·         Reviews audit reports before they are released to determine compliance with prescribed audit policy and quality standards, and that management's replies to audit reports present adequate corrective action taken or proposed to be taken by management.

    ·         Promotes compliance with DoD Joint Ethics Regulation (DoD 5500.7 R) for the Office of the Deputy Inspector General for Audit.

    ·         Promotes a management culture for sharing knowledge and resources with other OIG components involved in investigations, inspections, policy setting, intelligence, and administration matters.

    ·         Promotes the prevention, detection, and elimination of reprisals against OIG Auditing employees who make legally protected disclosures.

    ·         Performs other duties as directed by the Deputy Inspector General for Audit and the Principal Assistant Inspector General for Audit.

    ·         Complies with requirements of The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, 5 U.S.C. §4 (2000), wherein "each Inspector General comply with standards established by the Comptroller General United States for audits of Federal establishments, organizations, programs, activities, and functions; [and] establish guidelines for determining when it shall he appropriate to use non-Federal auditors; and ... take appropriate steps to assure that any work performed by non-Federal auditors complies with the standards established by the Comptroller [known as Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards, or ‘GAGAS']."

    Travel Required

        Occasional Travel
        As required (e.g., site visits to field offices, conferences, and etc.)

    Relocation Authorized

        No

    Job Requirements
    Key Requirements

        U.S. Citizenship is required Subject to a two-year probationary period Required to submit to random drug testing Financial Disclosure Report, OGE-278 Reassignment Rights and Obligations Agreement, DoD Directive 1403.03 Obtain/maintain Top Secret (TS/SCI) Incumbent may be required to travel both in the United States and overseas Mobility Agreement required Males born after 12/31/1959 must be registered for Selective Service

    Qualifications

    Qualifications include both leadership skills and characteristics that are applicable to all SES positions and technical or program responsibilities specific to the position.

    Eligibility for this position will be based upon a clear showing that the applicant has had experience of the scope and quality sufficient to effectively carry out the responsibilities of this position. The best qualified candidates will be distinguished from other applicants by an evaluation panel of subject matter experts referencing the below listed Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) and technical qualifications (TQs). All factors are mandatory unless stated otherwise. These factors are required, and must be addressed for the incumbent to perform the duties of the position.  The mandatory technical qualifications must be met to be rated eligible for the position.

    This position has been evaluated to be a Tier B position under the DoD OIG SES Personnel Management and Compensation System.

    MANDATORY TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS:

    The applicant is to provide a separate narrative statement to each of the following technical qualifications which describes fully, but concisely, how his/her experience supports each of the following qualifications.  Each technical qualification narrative should not exceed 2 pages.  Failure to address these specific qualifications in a separate narrative statement will eliminate you from consideration:

    1.    Demonstrates advanced professional knowledge in auditing concepts, principles, techniques, and practices needed to interpret and apply auditing standards to ensure a scope and quality of work that is meaningful and accepted by a wide range of users.

    2.     Demonstrates skill in the use of new or innovative auditing techniques or methodologies to provide effective and credible audits of DoD-wide acquisition programs, sustainment management, contracting, contract administration, and installation-management programs of Government-wide scope.

    3.    Demonstrates broad knowledge of Federal and Defense Acquisition Regulations, Defense contract administration policies and sustainment management to perform audits for which the DoD OIG is responsible.

    EXECUTIVE CORE QUALIFICATIONS (ECQs): The ECQs describe the leadership skills needed to succeed in the Senior Executive Service, and are in addition to the specific technical factors listed above.  To assess the executive experience of each candidate, applicants who are applying for their initial career appointment in the SES must demonstrate, with specific examples, how their experience is relevant to exercising leadership in each of the five competencies.  Current or former Career SES members, Career Senior Executive Reinstatement Eligible and graduates of OPM certified Candidate Development Program (CDPs) are not required to address the narrative statement for ECQs (SES Career employees include only those appointed under Title 5 U.S.C. 3393).  A concise executive summary must show where and when the qualifications were obtained, the organizational setting in which the experience was acquired, (e.g. organizational size, level, and assigned fiscal resources), and a narrative discussion of the qualifications.  The ECQs must not exceed 10 pages.  Acceptable documentation to verify this information is included in the How to Apply Section.  Please provide a well-written qualification statement.  To give readers, executive resources staff, rating and selection officials, and the Qualification Review Board (QRB) members specific information about your achievements.  For more detailed information please click on the following link:

    http://www.opm.gov/ses/recruitment/qualify.asp

    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.

    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.

    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.

    4.  BUSINESS ACUMEN. The ability to manage human, financial, and information resources strategically.

    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.

    These ECQs must be addressed in a separate narrative statement. Specific instructions for preparing your statement and definitions of these core qualifications are available at http://www.opm.gov/ses/recruitment/ecq.asp.

    Degree: Accounting or a degree in a related field such as: business administration, finance, or public administration that included or was supplemented by 24 semester hours in accounting.  The 24 hours may include up to 6 hours of credit in business law. (The term accounting means accounting and/or auditing in this standard. Similarly, accountant should be interpreted, generally, as accountant and/or auditor.)  OR

    Combination of education and experience-at least four (4) years of experience in accounting experience, college-level education, and training that provided professional accounting knowledge. The applicants background must also include one of the following:

    1. Twenty-four (24) semester hours in accounting or auditing courses of appropriate type and quality. This can include up to six (6) hours of business law; 2. A certificate of Certified Pubic Accountant or Certified Internal Auditor, obtained through written examination; or 3. Completion of the requirements for a degree that included substantial course work in accounting or auditing, e.g., fifteen (15) semester hours, but that does not fully satisfy the 24-semester hour requirement (above), provided that (a) the applicant has successfully worked at the full-performance level in accounting, auditing, or a related field, e.g., valuation engineering or financial institution examining; (b) a panel of at least two (2) higher level professional accountants or auditors have determined that the applicant has demonstrated a good knowledge of accounting related and underlying fields that equals in breadth, depth, currency, and level of advancement which is normally associated with successful completion of the four-year course of study described above; and (c) except for literal non conformance to the requirement of 24 semester hours in accounting, the applicants education, training, and experience fully meet the specified requirements.

    Foreign Education: If you are using education completed in foreign colleges or universities to meet the qualification requirements, you must show that the education credentials have been evaluated by a private organization that specializes in interpretation of foreign education programs and such education has been deemed equivalent to that gained in an accredited U.S. education program; or full credit has been given for the courses at a U.S. accredited college or university. For further information, visit: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ous/international/usnei/us/edlite-visitus-forrecog.html

    Accreditation: Only degrees from an accredited college or university recognized by the Department of Education are acceptable to meet positive education requirements or to substitute for experience. For additional information, please go to the Office of Personnel Management at http://www.opm.gov/qualifications/ and U.S. Department of Education websites at http://www2.ed.gov/admins/finaid/accred/index.html

     

    U.S. Citizenship is required for this position.

    Selected candidate will be subject to a two-year probationary period in the Senior Executive Service unless required probationary period has been served.  Selectee may also be subject to a records review prior to being appointed to this position.

    In accordance with Executive Order 12564, applicants selected are required to submit to a drug test and receive a negative drug test result prior to appointment.   Incumbent is subject to random drug testing for the duration of service with the DoD OIG.

    Selectee will be required to complete and submit an Executive Personnel Financial Disclosure Report, OGE-278, prior to entering the position and annually thereafter.

    All newly appointed career SES leaders must sign the Reassignment Rights and Obligations Agreement as a condition of appointment into the SES in accordance with DoD Directive 1403.03.

    Position has been designated as Special Sensitive; incumbent is required to be eligible (and maintain eligibility) for a Top Secret with Special Compartmented Information (TS/SCI).

    Incumbent may be required to travel both in the Continental United States, as well as Outside Continental United States locations.

    Security Clearance:Top Secret/SCI

  • 05/18/2017 6:37 PM | Anonymous

    Immediate Office of the Assistant Secretary for Human Resources and Administration
    Agency contact information
    1 vacancy in the following location:
        Washington DC, DC

    Work Schedule is Full Time - Senior Executive Service (SES)
    Opened Monday 5/15/2017
    Closes Monday 5/29/2017
        Salary Range
        $124,406.00 to $187,000.00 / Per Year
        Series & Grade
        ES-0201-00/00
        Supervisory Status
        Yes

        Who May Apply
        All groups of qualified individuals
        Control Number:    467822900
        Job Announcement Number:    VA-SES-17-1943518-BW



    Job Overview
    Summary

    To fulfill President Lincoln's promise - "To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan"- by serving and honoring the men and women who are America's Veterans.

     

    The Department of Veterans Affairs is interested in attracting the best talent for our diverse cadre of SES members from within VA, the Federal government and the private sector. The Senior Executive Service is comprised of the men and women charged with leading the continuing transformation of government. These leaders possess well-honed executive skills and share a broad perspective of government and a public service commitment.

    The Executive Director for Labor Management Relations (ED/LMR) is the principal advisor to the Deputy Secretary (DEPSEC) of the Department of Veterans Affairs and Assistant Secretary (A/S) for Human Resources and Administration (HR&A) on all matters pertaining to VA's National Labor Management Policy and Program.  In this role the ED/LMR oversees all National Negotiations for all three Administrations, as well as advising and briefing each Under Secretary on a regular basis about progress, compliance, and associated resource needs. A critical responsibility of the ED/LMR is to support the transformation of the Department of Veterans Affairs ensuring that the Department's LMR programs and practices are consistent with all applicable laws, regulations and Presidential Executive Orders.  The ED/LMR has overall responsibility for leadership of the Office of Labor Management Relations with a budget of approximately $3,956,000.  In carrying out the duties of the position, the ED/LMR actively collaborates with the Department's five National Unions and other members of VA's executive level leadership to ensure the work of the organization is strategically linked to the direction of the business of the Department and all components.  The ED/LMR oversees the development and implementation of the Department's Labor Relations Policies, including the relationship of policy to negotiated labor agreements.  The ED/LMR accomplishes all work by directing the organization of seventeen professional employees with four direct reports, the Staff Director Officer for Operations, Attorney Advisor, Administrative Officer, and Supervisor Executive Officer.

    VA structures its SES positions into pay bands.  This is a Pay Band 3 position.  The salary for this position is capped at $172,100.

    Duties

    The Executive Director for Labor-Management Relations is responsible to the Assistant Secretary for Human Resources and Administration through the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Human Resources and Administration. The position requires the effective and economical direction, control, and operation of the Labor-Management Relations Program. The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    a) Direct and supervise a comprehensive labor management relations program for the Department.  Provide executive leadership in dealings with all unions' national headquarters.  Oversee the implementation of labor management policies.

    b) Establish an atmosphere of partnering by providing strategic consulting services to Department leaders and advice concerning effective approaches to the union activities.  Plan and develop long-range Departmental policies, programs and procedures.  Coordinate union involvement in the policies of the Department.

    c) Formulates legislative strategy to advance the goals of the Department.  Provides information and participate fully with the Assistant Secretary and key Department officials in discussions concerning programs, legislation, and procedures, which may affect the Department and its relationship with labor organizations and employees.

    d) Represent the Department in dealings with labor unions and similar organizations holding consolidated unit recognition.  Direct the negotiations on behalf of the Department.  Has authority to commit the Department during these negotiations.

    e) Approve and/or provide guidance and advice in formal grievance and appeal actions.  Work closely with the Office of General Counsel in personal representations before Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) or in preparation of Departmental positions in significant potential court cases.

    Travel Required

        Not Required

    Relocation Authorized

        No

    Job Requirements
    Key Requirements

        US citizenship is required. One year probationary period required for initial SES appointment. Males born after 12-31-59 must be registered for Selective Service. Successful completion of a background investigation. Public Financial Disclosure Report (SF-278) is required. May be subject to reassignment geographically or organizationally. Must have a current and valid driver’s license.

    Qualifications

    To meet the minimum qualifications, applicant must possess the following technical and executive core qualifications.  These qualifications would typically be gained through progressively responsible management or executive level assignments such as director of a regional office, or program manager.  An individual's total experience, education and volunteer work experience must demonstrate the ability to perform the duties of the position. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g. Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social).  Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment.  You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.

    Mandatory Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs): All applicants must submit a written narrative in response to the following ECQs.  Each ECQ should contain at least two examples describing your experiences and accomplishments/results.  For additional guidance, applicants may visit the Office of Personnel Management's Guide to Senior Executive Qualifications.  Applicants are encouraged to follow the Challenge, Context, Action and Results (C-C-A-R) model outlined in the guide.  Responses to ECQs must not exceed 10 pages.  It is recommended that applicants prepare the ECQs in a Word document and upload it into the application system.
    The definitions of the SES ECQs and their underlying competencies can be found at: http://www.opm.gov/ses/recruitment/ecq.asp.  Leading Change:  This core qualification involves the ability to bring about strategic change, both within and outside the organization, to meet organization goals.  Inherent
    to the ECQ is the ability to establish an organization vision and to implement it in a continuously changing environment.  Leading People:  This core qualification involves 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, facilities cooperation and teamwork, and supports constructive resolution of conflicts.  Results Driven:  This core qualification involves 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.  Business Acumen:  This core qualification involves the ability to manage human, financial, and information resources strategically.  Building Coalitions:  This core qualification involves the ability to build coalition internally and with other Federal agencies, State and local governments, nonprofit and private sector organizations, foreign governments, or international organizations to achieve common goals.

    Mandatory Technical Qualifications (TQs):  All applicants must submit a written narrative response to the following TQ.  Please give examples and explain how often you used your skills, the complexity of the knowledge possessed, the level of people you interacted with, the sensitivity of the issues you handled, etc. Responses to the TQ must not exceed 2 pages per Technical Qualification.

    TQ1: Demonstrated experience and in-depth knowledge of labor relations statutes, regulations, principles, concepts, and case law in a large, complex, multifunctional, and geographically dispersed organizational environment while applying critical thinking to information received from stakeholders, and evaluating what can be used for organizational success.

    TQ2: Demonstrated the experience and ability to render expert and consultative advice on labor issues in a large, complex, and geographically dispersed environment with multiple statutory labor relations frameworks (e.g., Title 5 and Title 38).

    Security Clearance: Public Trust - Background Investigation


  • 05/18/2017 6:35 PM | Anonymous

    U.S. Agency for International Development
    Agency contact information
    1 vacancy in the following location:
        Washington DC, DC

    Work Schedule is Full-time - Permanent
    Opened Tuesday 5/9/2017
    Closes Friday 6/9/2017
        Salary Range
        $124,406.00 to $172,100.00 / Per Year
        Series & Grade
        ES-0905-00/00
        Promotion Potential:    00
        Supervisory Status:    Yes

        Who May Apply
        All groups of qualified individuals within the civil service (only current Federal Civil Service employee may apply).

        Control Number:    467696000
        Job Announcement Number:    ES-SES-17-02GT


    Job Overview
    Summary

    About the Agency

    The Office of Inspector General (OIG) is looking for a dynamic and energetic leader to join their Senior Executive Service (SES) Corps. The SES is comprised of the men and women charged with leading the continuing transformation of government. These leaders possess leadership and executive skills and share a broad perspective of government and a public commitment that is grounded in the U. S. Constitution.

    The Office of Inspector General (OIG) is committed to detecting and preventing fraud, waste, and abuse within the U. S. Agency for International Development (USAID). In addition to providing oversight of USAID, OIG provides oversight of the U.S. African Development Foundation (USADF), the Inter-American Foundation (IAF), and Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). Finally, OIG has statutory authorization to conduct reviews, investigations, and inspections for the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and enters into agreements with OPIC for additional oversight work. OIG audits and investigations lead to significant recoveries, the identification of cost-savings opportunities, and program improvements that directly enhance the U.S. Government's ability to extend development assistance; support economic growth; combat the spread of disease; promote democratic reform; and address food insecurity to countries around the world.

    Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the OIG maintains international audit and investigative offices throughout the world with offices in Cairo, Egypt; Dakar, Senegal; Manila, Philippines; Pretoria, South Africa; San Salvador, El Salvador; Port au Prince, Haiti; Islamabad, Pakistan; Kabul, Afghanistan; Tel Aviv, Israel; Frankfurt, Germany; and Kampala, Uganda. The OIG is centrally located in downtown Washington, D.C. at the prestigious Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center on 14th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW (Federal Triangle Metro – Blue, Orange and Silver Lines). The office is within walking distance of some of Washington’s best restaurants, historical theaters, shops, national monuments, and museums.
    Duties

    The incumbent manages and directs the full range of professional legal services and provides advice and support with respect to the execution of the entire OIG audit, investigative, and oversight program.

    These services include:

    (1) providing expert legal guidance and opinions, both verbally and in writing, to support OIG audits and investigations, OIG policy development, OIG human resources (both civil service and Foreign Service), and procurement matters and all other matters related to carrying out the OIG’s mission and objectives;

    (2) reviewing audit and investigative reports to ensure legal sufficiency and accuracy;

    (3) reviewing and making recommendations to the Inspector General and Deputy Inspector General with respect to IG administrative subpoena requests, and requests for IG access to employees’ emails;

    (4) providing litigation support for EEOC, MSPB, FSGB and other personnel matters, as well as litigation and liaison support deemed necessary for matters referred to, or handled by, the USAID General Counsel, the Department of Justice and U.S. Attorney’s Offices, and the Office of Special Counsel;

    (5) representing the OIG, as necessary, before Congressional Committees and Members, the President’s Council on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE), the Council of Counsels to the Inspectors General (CCIG), and other related bodies;

    (6) reviewing USAID and State legislative, regulatory, and other policy proposals; (7) representing OIG employees, as necessary, in civil and administrative proceedings related to their official duties; (8) acting as the ethics officer for the OIG;

    (9) coordinating and managing OIG’s response to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests;

    (10) managing the OIG financial disclosure program, and the OIG program for approval of outside employee activities;

    and (11) supervising the Agency’s Whistleblower Protection program.

    The incumbent manages and directs a staff of Assistant Counsels, as well as other non-attorney staff member.

    This is a Tier 2 SES position as described per USAID OIG policy directive 4044. As a Tier 2 position, the salary range is $124,406 to $172,100.
    Travel Required

        Occasional Travel
        Less than 25% travel is required

    Relocation Authorized

        No

    Job Requirements
    Key Requirements

        U.S. Citizenship is required. New SES appointees must successfully complete a one year probation. Designated and/or random drug testing required. Top secret SCI security clearance is required. Pre-employment drug testing is required.

    Qualifications

    1- Applicants must possess a J.D. degree from an accredited institution, 2- be duly licensed and authorized to practice as an attorney under the laws of any State, territory of the United States, or the District of Columbia. 3- Applicants must be an active member of the bar (any jurisdiction) in good standing and have at least 5 years post-J.D. experience. 4- Applicants must also have a high level of management/supervisory experience and 5- demonstrated knowledge of the Inspector General Act and statutes governing the conduct of foreign affairs agencies.

    Applicants must submit (1) academic transcripts demonstrating the J.D. degree requirement, (2) a resume demonstrating/describing experience and knowledge requirements, and (3) a separate narrative statement/response that addresses each of the Mandatory Professional/Technical Qualification factors related to this position as well as the Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) related to all positions in the Senior Executive Service.

    Note: failure to provide all required documents will result in the applicant not being considered for this position.

    OPM's Guide to Senior Executive Service Qualifications has guidance on how to compose an effective SES application. The recommended Challenge-Context-Action-Result Model will prove helpful when drafting ECQ narrative responses. http://www.opm.gov/ses/references/guidetoSESQuals_2012.pdf

    To meet the minimum qualifications of this position, you must possess all of the technical qualifications and executive core qualifications.

    Instructions for non-competitive candidates:

    Applicants currently serving under a career appointment within the Senior Executive Service (SES), those who are eligible for reinstatement into the SES, or those who have successfully completed an SES Candidate Development Program (CDP) approved by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), are not required to address the ECQs or the TQs.

    Applicants must submit proof of their status to be considered eligible for the position. Proof consists of an SF-50 showing career status in the SES or reinstatement eligibility, or documentation from the CDP showing OPM certification of your ECQs. Eligibility for this position will be based upon a clear showing that the applicant has had experience of the scope and quality sufficient to effectively carry out the duties and assignments of the position.

    Instructions for all other candidates:

    Applicants must provide a current SF-50 and provide narrative responses to the Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) and Technical Qualifications (TQs).

    EXECUTIVE CORE QUALIFICATIONS (ECQs) and TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS (TQs): Applicants must submit written statements (narrative format) describing accomplishments that would satisfy the ECQs and TQs. You must address each ECQ and TQ separately. You are required to respond to all ECQs and TQs. If you fail to do so, you will be rated as "ineligible". Additional information on ECQs is available at http://www.opm.gov/ses/recruitment/ecq.asp. Each accomplishment should be clear, concise, and emphasize your level of responsibilities, the scope and complexity of programs managed, and results of your actions. ECQ write-up cannot exceed 10 pages.

    A. TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS (TQs)

    1. Demonstrated experience addressing legal issues relating to audits and evaluations of federal programs and operations; and legal issues relating to criminal, civil, and administrative investigations of federal programs, employees, contractors, and grantees.

    2. Demonstrated knowledge of the Inspector General Act and statutes governing the conduct of foreign affairs agencies.

    3. Demonstrated experience addressing federal legal issues relating to issues such as procurement, appropriations, litigation procedures, employee relations, whistleblower retaliation, Freedom of Information Act, and the Privacy Act.

    4. Demonstrated experience providing legal advice and guidance to senior officials, supervisors, and other staff, through written products, or through oral presentations.

    B. EXECUTIVE CORE QUALIFICATIONS (ECQs)

    ECQ 1 - Leading Change: This core qualification involves 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. Leadership Competencies: Creativity & Innovation, External Awareness, Flexibility, Resilience, Strategic Thinking and Vision.

    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. Leadership Competencies: Conflict Management, Leveraging Diversity, Developing Others, and Team Building.

    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. Leadership Competencies: Accountability, Customer Service, Decisiveness, Entrepreneurship, Problem Solving and Technical Credibility.

    ECQ 4 - Business Acumen: The ability to manage human, financial, and information resources strategically. Leadership Competencies: Financial Management, Technology Management and Human Capital Management.

    ECQ 5 - Building Coalitions/Communications: 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. Leadership Competencies: Influencing/Negotiating, Oral Communication, Partnering, and Political Savvy.

    Qualifications Approval and Probationary Period: Persons newly selected for a career appointment to the Senior Executive Service must have their executive core qualifications approved by an Office of Personnel Management Qualifications Review Board and will be required to serve a one-year probationary period.

    Please refer to the following website for additional information on the Senior Executive Service: http://www.opm.gov/ses/index.asp

    Security Clearance: Top Secret/SCI

  • 05/18/2017 6:30 PM | Anonymous

    Bureau of Economic Analysis
    Agency contact information
    1 vacancy in the following locations:
        Washington DC, DC
        Suitland, MD

    Work Schedule is Full-time - Permanent
    Opened Wednesday 5/17/2017
    Closes Wednesday 6/21/2017
        Salary Range
        $124,406.00 to $187,000.00 / Per Year
        Series & Grade
        ES-0110-00/00
        Promotion Potential:    00
        Supervisory Status:    Yes

        Join the Bureau of Economic Analysis where we are looking for diverse, innovative thinkers. Embark on a new career that is challenging and exciting!
        Control Number:    470026600
        Job Announcement Number:    SES-2017-0019

    Job Overview
    Summary

    About the Agency

    The Bureau of Economic Analysis is seeking a highly-motivated and capable executive to serve as the Chief, Balance of Payments Division.

    The Chief of the Balance of Payments Division is responsible for preparing, developing, and analyzing the international transactions (balance of payments) and international investment position accounts of the United States, including detail by foreign geographic area; obtaining data to construct these accounts by conducting BEA surveys of U.S. businesses on their international trade in services transactions and by collecting data from other government agencies and from private sources to produce account statistics utilizing appropriate statistical techniques; conducting research to enhance estimation methodologies and research to interpret the accounts; and analyzing data on direct investment into and out of the United States, including data on the financial structure and operations of multinational enterprises.

    This position is a Senior Executive Service (SES) career-reserved position. Positions in the SES are not graded. SES pay is commensurate with qualifications. SES employees are eligible for bonuses and awards based on performance. Veteran's preference is not applicable to SES.
    Duties

    The Chief, Balance of Payments:

        Analyzes major economic developments and problems concerning all aspects of the world economy, including the impact of globalization on the U.S. economy; structure of the international monetary system and foreign exchange markets; business conditions here and abroad; and the institutional structure of U.S. and foreign money, capital, and commodity markets.
        Develops recommendations for plans, programs, and policies for the Associate Director that will ensure that the Bureau presents a coherent, up-to-date picture of the international economic position of the United States.
        Directs the preparation of special statistical tabulations and methodological reports for the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, the World Trade Organization and other international groups of which the United States is a member.
        Helps maintain BEA’s position as the authoritative repository of information on the U.S. international transactions accounts, the U.S. international investment position accounts, and on operations of U.S. multinational enterprises, and of foreign-owned companies in the United States for the use of U.S. government agencies and other interested parties.
        Guides the application of economic accounting and statistical techniques, and economic theory, to extend and improve the system of international economic accounts and other tools of economic analysis and evaluates the effectiveness of this application.

    Travel Required

        Occasional Travel
        Travel required to attend or present at meetings and conferences on topics relevant to BEA’s mission.

    Relocation Authorized

        Yes
        Relocation expenses may be authorized.

    Job Requirements
    Key Requirements

        U.S. Citizenship. Background investigation and/or security clearance is required. Designated and/or random drug testing may be required. One year probationary period may be required. Incumbent may be subject to geographic mobility. Public Financial Disclosure (SF-278 filing within 30 days is required).

    Qualifications

    Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs):

    ECQ 1 - LEADING CHANGE: This core qualification involves 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.

    (Competencies: creativity and innovation, external awareness, flexibility, resilience, strategic thinking, vision)

    ECQ 2 - LEADING PEOPLE: This core qualification involves 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.

    (Competencies: conflict management, leveraging diversity, developing others, team building)

    ECQ 3 - RESULTS DRIVEN: This core qualification involves 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.

    (Competencies: accountability, customer service, decisiveness, entrepreneurship, problem solving, technical credibility)

    ECQ 4 - BUSINESS ACUMEN: This core qualification involves the ability to manage human, financial, and information resources strategically.

    (Competencies: financial management, human capital management, technology management)

    ECQ 5 - BUILDING COALITIONS: This core qualification involves 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.

    (Competencies: partnering, political savvy, influencing/negotiating)

    Professional and Technical Qualifications (PTQs):

    PTQ #1-Demonstrated knowledge and experience in economics with specific accomplishments in the fields of international trade, international banking and finance, and international direct investment.

    PTQ #2-Demonstrated experience in the conceptual and applied aspects of economic accounting, measurement, and statistics, including data collection, compilation, estimation, and analysis.

    PTQ #3-Demonstrated experience in managing an economic statistics program or related economic research, including guiding efforts to improve the quality and usefulness of the statistics.

    For detailed guidance on ECQs, applicants are strongly encouraged to review the Office of Personnel Management's Guide to Executive Qualifications at https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/senior-executive-service/executive-core-qualifications/

    Example ECQ statements are available at http://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/senior-executive-service/reference-materials/guidetosesquals_2012.pdf

    Degree: economics, that included at least 21 semester hours in economics and 3 semester hours in statistics, accounting, or calculus.

    OR

    Combination of education and experience: courses equivalent to a major in economics, as shown above, plus appropriate experience or additional education.

    To meet the minimum qualification requirements for this position, you must show that you possess all of the Executive Core Qualifications, Professional/Technical Qualifications and educational requirements listed. These qualifications would typically be acquired through education, senior level experience, and training which reflect progressive development and achievement in leading and managing a comprehensive program in a complex organization. An individual's total experience must demonstrate the ability to perform the duties of the position. Applicants must meet all of the qualification requirements by the closing date of this announcement.

    If you do not possess the above requirements, you will be rated ineligible.

    Security Clearance:Not Applicable

  • 05/10/2017 7:24 PM | Anonymous

    U.S. Agency for International Development-
    1 vacancy in the following location:Washington DC, DC
    Work Schedule is Full-time - Permanent
    Opened Tuesday 5/9/2017
    Closes Friday 6/9/2017

        Salary Range
        $124,406.00 to $172,100.00 / Per Year
        Series & Grade:    ES-0905-00/00
        Promotion Potential:    00
        Supervisory Status:    Yes
        Control Number:    467696000
        Job Announcement Number:    ES-SES-17-02GT

    Job Overview

    About the Agency
    The Office of Inspector General (OIG) is looking for a dynamic and energetic leader to join their Senior Executive Service (SES) Corps. The SES is comprised of the men and women charged with leading the continuing transformation of government. These leaders possess leadership and executive skills and share a broad perspective of government and a public commitment that is grounded in the U. S. Constitution.

    The Office of Inspector General (OIG) is committed to detecting and preventing fraud, waste, and abuse within the U. S. Agency for International Development (USAID). In addition to providing oversight of USAID, OIG provides oversight of the U.S. African Development Foundation (USADF), the Inter-American Foundation (IAF), and Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). Finally, OIG has statutory authorization to conduct reviews, investigations, and inspections for the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and enters into agreements with OPIC for additional oversight work. OIG audits and investigations lead to significant recoveries, the identification of cost-savings opportunities, and program improvements that directly enhance the U.S. Government's ability to extend development assistance; support economic growth; combat the spread of disease; promote democratic reform; and address food insecurity to countries around the world.

    Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the OIG maintains international audit and investigative offices throughout the world with offices in Cairo, Egypt; Dakar, Senegal; Manila, Philippines; Pretoria, South Africa; San Salvador, El Salvador; Port au Prince, Haiti; Islamabad, Pakistan; Kabul, Afghanistan; Tel Aviv, Israel; Frankfurt, Germany; and Kampala, Uganda. The OIG is centrally located in downtown Washington, D.C. at the prestigious Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center on 14th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW (Federal Triangle Metro – Blue, Orange and Silver Lines). The office is within walking distance of some of Washington’s best restaurants, historical theaters, shops, national monuments, and museums.
    Duties

    The incumbent manages and directs the full range of professional legal services and provides advice and support with respect to the execution of the entire OIG audit, investigative, and oversight program.

    These services include:

    (1) providing expert legal guidance and opinions, both verbally and in writing, to support OIG audits and investigations, OIG policy development, OIG human resources (both civil service and Foreign Service), and procurement matters and all other matters related to carrying out the OIG’s mission and objectives;

    (2) reviewing audit and investigative reports to ensure legal sufficiency and accuracy;

    (3) reviewing and making recommendations to the Inspector General and Deputy Inspector General with respect to IG administrative subpoena requests, and requests for IG access to employees’ emails;

    (4) providing litigation support for EEOC, MSPB, FSGB and other personnel matters, as well as litigation and liaison support deemed necessary for matters referred to, or handled by, the USAID General Counsel, the Department of Justice and U.S. Attorney’s Offices, and the Office of Special Counsel;

    (5) representing the OIG, as necessary, before Congressional Committees and Members, the President’s Council on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE), the Council of Counsels to the Inspectors General (CCIG), and other related bodies;

    (6) reviewing USAID and State legislative, regulatory, and other policy proposals; (7) representing OIG employees, as necessary, in civil and administrative proceedings related to their official duties; (8) acting as the ethics officer for the OIG;

    (9) coordinating and managing OIG’s response to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests;

    (10) managing the OIG financial disclosure program, and the OIG program for approval of outside employee activities;

    and (11) supervising the Agency’s Whistleblower Protection program.

    The incumbent manages and directs a staff of Assistant Counsels, as well as other non-attorney staff member.

    This is a Tier 2 SES position as described per USAID OIG policy directive 4044. As a Tier 2 position, the salary range is $124,406 to $172,100.
    Travel Required

        Occasional Travel
        Less than 25% travel is required

    Relocation Authorized

        No

    Job Requirements
    Key Requirements

        U.S. Citizenship is required. New SES appointees must successfully complete a one year probation. Designated and/or random drug testing required. Top secret SCI security clearance is required. Pre-employment drug testing is required.

    Qualifications

    1- Applicants must possess a J.D. degree from an accredited institution, 2- be duly licensed and authorized to practice as an attorney under the laws of any State, territory of the United States, or the District of Columbia. 3- Applicants must be an active member of the bar (any jurisdiction) in good standing and have at least 5 years post-J.D. experience. 4- Applicants must also have a high level of management/supervisory experience and 5- demonstrated knowledge of the Inspector General Act and statutes governing the conduct of foreign affairs agencies.

    Applicants must submit (1) academic transcripts demonstrating the J.D. degree requirement, (2) a resume demonstrating/describing experience and knowledge requirements, and (3) a separate narrative statement/response that addresses each of the Mandatory Professional/Technical Qualification factors related to this position as well as the Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) related to all positions in the Senior Executive Service.

    Note: failure to provide all required documents will result in the applicant not being considered for this position.

    OPM's Guide to Senior Executive Service Qualifications has guidance on how to compose an effective SES application. The recommended Challenge-Context-Action-Result Model will prove helpful when drafting ECQ narrative responses. http://www.opm.gov/ses/references/guidetoSESQuals_2012.pdf

    To meet the minimum qualifications of this position, you must possess all of the technical qualifications and executive core qualifications.

    Instructions for non-competitive candidates:

    Applicants currently serving under a career appointment within the Senior Executive Service (SES), those who are eligible for reinstatement into the SES, or those who have successfully completed an SES Candidate Development Program (CDP) approved by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), are not required to address the ECQs or the TQs.

    Applicants must submit proof of their status to be considered eligible for the position. Proof consists of an SF-50 showing career status in the SES or reinstatement eligibility, or documentation from the CDP showing OPM certification of your ECQs. Eligibility for this position will be based upon a clear showing that the applicant has had experience of the scope and quality sufficient to effectively carry out the duties and assignments of the position.

    Instructions for all other candidates:

    Applicants must provide a current SF-50 and provide narrative responses to the Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) and Technical Qualifications (TQs).

    EXECUTIVE CORE QUALIFICATIONS (ECQs) and TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS (TQs): Applicants must submit written statements (narrative format) describing accomplishments that would satisfy the ECQs and TQs. You must address each ECQ and TQ separately. You are required to respond to all ECQs and TQs. If you fail to do so, you will be rated as "ineligible". Additional information on ECQs is available at http://www.opm.gov/ses/recruitment/ecq.asp. Each accomplishment should be clear, concise, and emphasize your level of responsibilities, the scope and complexity of programs managed, and results of your actions. ECQ write-up cannot exceed 10 pages.

    A. TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS (TQs)

    1. Demonstrated experience addressing legal issues relating to audits and evaluations of federal programs and operations; and legal issues relating to criminal, civil, and administrative investigations of federal programs, employees, contractors, and grantees.

    2. Demonstrated knowledge of the Inspector General Act and statutes governing the conduct of foreign affairs agencies.

    3. Demonstrated experience addressing federal legal issues relating to issues such as procurement, appropriations, litigation procedures, employee relations, whistleblower retaliation, Freedom of Information Act, and the Privacy Act.

    4. Demonstrated experience providing legal advice and guidance to senior officials, supervisors, and other staff, through written products, or through oral presentations.

    B. EXECUTIVE CORE QUALIFICATIONS (ECQs)

    ECQ 1 - Leading Change: This core qualification involves 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. Leadership Competencies: Creativity & Innovation, External Awareness, Flexibility, Resilience, Strategic Thinking and Vision.

    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. Leadership Competencies: Conflict Management, Leveraging Diversity, Developing Others, and Team Building.

    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. Leadership Competencies: Accountability, Customer Service, Decisiveness, Entrepreneurship, Problem Solving and Technical Credibility.

    ECQ 4 - Business Acumen: The ability to manage human, financial, and information resources strategically. Leadership Competencies: Financial Management, Technology Management and Human Capital Management.

    ECQ 5 - Building Coalitions/Communications: 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. Leadership Competencies: Influencing/Negotiating, Oral Communication, Partnering, and Political Savvy.

    Qualifications Approval and Probationary Period: Persons newly selected for a career appointment to the Senior Executive Service must have their executive core qualifications approved by an Office of Personnel Management Qualifications Review Board and will be required to serve a one-year probationary period.

    Please refer to the following website for additional information on the Senior Executive Service: http://www.opm.gov/ses/index.asp

    Security Clearance:Top Secret/SCI

  • 11/23/2016 8:35 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    DIRECTOR of the DIVISION OF EXTRAMURAL ACTIVITIES

    DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

    NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

    NATIONAL CENTER FOR COMPLEMENTARY AND INTEGRATIVE HEALTH

    The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), a research component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Department of Health and Human Services, seeks an outstanding candidate to lead its Division of Extramural Activities (DEA), located at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. 

    The DEA Director works collaboratively across the Center and NIH, throughout the federal government, and with other key stakeholders and organizations to further the advancement of NCCIH’s mission and objectives.  He/she serves as an ambassador and spokesperson for the Center, communicating NCCIH‘s position and incorporating the views and needs of key stakeholders into Center plans and initiatives.  The DEA Director facilitates the identification and development of future leaders through mentoring programs, continuous development of skills and expertise, and recognition of achievements. The DEA Director also serves as a role model to the rest of the Center, managing people and financial resources with integrity and fairness, while maintaining the Center’s policies and priorities.

     

    The DEA Director reports to the NCCIH Director and will serve as a member of the NCCIH senior leadership team.  The candidate must have a remarkably broad range of skills and experience and superior managerial and financial qualifications in order to effectively lead a Division that has responsibility for providing leadership and advice in developing, implementing, and coordinating extramural programs and policies.

    The incumbent:

    • Provides advice and guidance to the Director and other Center officials on issues relating to policy and procedures for extramural affairs and represent the Center on extramural program and policy issues within the Department and with outside organizations;
    • Provides scientific and technical peer and objective review of applications for grants, cooperative agreements, and contracts;
    • Oversees Center grants management activities;
    • Provides information and guidelines for grant applications;
    • Oversees National Advisory Council on Complementary and Integrative Health (NACCIH) activities and provides committee management services with logistical support for NACCIH and other NCCIH committee activities as appropriate;
    • Undertakes program evaluation and planning activities in conjunction with other Center Divisions and Offices; and
    • Represents the Center on overall NIH extramural and collaborative program policy committees and coordinates such policy within the center.   

    Applicants must possess an M.D., a Ph.D., or an equivalent degree in a biomedical or related field.  Applicants must have excellent knowledge of the research, advanced principles, theories and practices applicable to complementary and integrative health.  It is critical that the candidate is well versed in research methods, policies and practices related to scientific peer review, and grants administration.  Applicants must be able to serve as a spokesperson for NCCIH research to science and health professionals and the general public. He/she must have proven experience in directing and managing a comprehensive scientific extramural research program with the requisite administrative and interpersonal skills to meet the demands of program direction.

    ******

    Interested applicants should send their curriculum vitae and bibliography and the names and contact information of four references.  Applications should be sent as an email attachment to:

     

    Ms. Ginger Betson

    National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health

    Building 31, Room 2B11

    Bethesda, MD  20892

    Email:  Ginger.Betson@nih.gov

    Phone: 301-496-5760

    Please contact Ms. Betson for more information about the position or if you have any questions regarding the application process.

     

    Applications will be reviewed beginning December 26, 2016.

    Selection for this position will be based solely on merit, with no discrimination for non-merit reasons such as race, color, religion, gender, national origin, political affiliation, marital status, disability, age, sexual orientation, or membership/non-membership in an employee organization.        

    The HHS and NIH are Equal Opportunity Employers

     

  • 09/02/2016 12:30 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    DEPUTY DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF THERAPEUTICS AND MEDICAL CONSEQUENCES

    National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

    The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is seeking exceptional candidates for the position of Deputy Director, Division of Therapeutics and Medical Consequences (DTMC).  Applicants should demonstrate senior-level experience, a commitment to excellence, and the energy, enthusiasm, and innovative thinking necessary to lead a dynamic and diverse organization.  NIDA's mission is to lead the Nation in bringing the power of science to bear on drug abuse and addiction. This charge has two critical components. The first is the strategic support for research across a broad range of disciplines related to addiction. The second is ensuring the rapid and effective dissemination of research results to improve practice and inform policy related to drug abuse and addiction.  DTMC’s primary goal is to facilitate the development of therapies to treat substance use disorders (SUDs).  The Division also investigates the medical consequences of drug abuse, including HIV/AIDS; the Division’s work is highly impactful.  For example, DTMC designed and funded the clinical studies that led to the development of Nasal Narcan®, the first FDA-approved intranasal medication to treat opiate overdose. 

    The position offers a unique and exciting opportunity for scientific and managerial leadership in a highly dynamic and diverse area of health research.  As an Institute expert and the lead scientist on a diverse range of trials related to therapies for SUDs, the incumbent provides strategic vision in implementing and managing the design and execution of grant-funded clinical trials.    As a recognized national leader and expert in the field of drug addiction, the incumbent organizes research meetings, workshops, and symposia for such purposes as program development, assessment of current state of the field, and encourages new lines or areas of research that would be useful to the Institute.  On a national and international level, the Deputy Director, DTMC, represents the Division and liaises with universities, research institutions, pharmaceutical companies, and other government agencies to explain the purpose and objectives of DTMC’s programs and to stimulate the interest of scientists in submitting grant applications in areas of scientific priority for the Division. 

    Location

    Rockville, MD

    Required Qualifications

    The successful candidate must possess an M.D. and/or Ph.D. degree and will have knowledge of substance use disorders, medications development, including the management of multi-site clinical trials, knowledge of complex drug interactions in human subjects, and knowledge of FDA medication regulatory procedures and policies.  The successful candidate must also possess expertise in the efficacy and possible benefits/risks of specific treatments, possible adverse events (both expected and unusual), and the potential for abuse liability associated with medications.  In addition, he/she will possess experience that demonstrates the ability to manage and lead a large and diverse research program having national or international collaborations, scope, and impact.

    Salary/Benefits

    The successful candidate for this position will be appointed at a salary commensurate with his/her qualifications.  Full federal benefits will be provided including leave, health and life insurance, long-term care insurance, retirement, and savings plan (401k equivalent). 

    Standards of Conduct / Financial Disclosure

    The National Institutes of Health inspires public confidence in our science by maintaining high ethical principles. NIH employees are subject to Federal government-wide regulations and statutes as well as agency-specific regulations described at the NIH Ethics Website. We encourage you to review this information. The position is subject to a background investigation and requires the incumbent to complete a public financial disclosure report prior to the effective date of the appointment.

    Foreign Education

    Applicants who have completed part or all of their education outside of the U.S. must have their foreign education evaluated by an accredited organization to ensure that the foreign education is equivalent to education received in accredited educational institutions in the U.S. We will only accept the completed foreign education evaluation. For more information on Foreign Education verification, visit the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) website. Verification must be received prior to the effective date of the appointment.

    Reasonable Accomodation

    NIH provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. If you require reasonable accommodation during any part of the application and hiring process, please notify us. The decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.

    Equal Opportunity Employment

    Selection for this position will be based solely on merit, with no discrimination for non-merit reasons such as race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, political affiliation, marital status, disability, age, or membership or non-membership in an employee organization.  The NIH encourages the application and nomination of qualified women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities.

    How To Apply

    Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, including a brief description of research and administrative experience, curriculum vitae, bibliography, and contact information for five individuals who can serve as references to: Anita Mudgett, Office of Human Resources, National Institutes of Health at NIDADTMCSearch@mail.nih.gov.  For further information about the position, please contact the search committee chair:  Joe Frascella, Ph.D. by email:  jfrascel@nida.nih.gov.

    Do Not Include Your Birth Date Or Social Security Number (Ssn) On Application Materials

    Please submit applications by October 31, 2016 (submission date may be extended).

    HHS AND NIH ARE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERS

    We are dedicated to building a diverse community in our training and employment programs.


  • 06/12/2016 2:18 PM | Anonymous

    Intelligence Operations Specialist

    NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION

    Agency Contact Information

    1 vacancy in the following location:

    •  Alexandria, VA
    Work Schedule is Full Time - Permanent

    Opened Tuesday 6/7/2016(5 day(s) ago)

     Closes Monday 6/20/2016(8 day(s) away)

    • Salary Range
      $131,130.00 to $205,873.00 / Per Year
    • Series & Grade
      CU-0132-15/15
    • Promotion Potential
      15
    • Supervisory Status
      No
    • Who May Apply
      All current and former federal employees with competitive status, reinstatement eligibles, Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP) eligibles, veterans (VEOA and 30% disabled), and special non-competitive appointment eligibles (e.g., persons with disabilities, certain military spouses, Peace Corps and Vista volunteers, etc.). This position is also being advertised under vacancy announcement OCSM-16-DE-1721075 for all U.S. Citizens.
    • Control Number
      440813900
    • Job Announcement Number
      OCSM-16-MP-1716266


  • 06/05/2016 2:19 PM | Anonymous

    DEPUTY DIRECTOR (NINDS)

    National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)

    The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), is seeking exceptional candidates for the position of Deputy Director to assist in providing leadership to one of the preeminent Institutes for neuroscience research.  The mission of NINDS is to seek fundamental knowledge about the brain and nervous system and to use that knowledge to reduce the burden of neurological disease.  NINDS achieves its mission through (1) supporting and performing basic, translational, and clinical neuroscience research through grants-in-aid, contracts, scientific meetings, and through research in its own laboratories, and clinics; (2) funding and conducting research training and career development programs to increase basic, translational and clinical neuroscience expertise and ensure a vibrant, talented, and diverse work force; (3) promoting the timely dissemination of scientific discoveries and their implications for neurological health to the public, health professionals, researchers, and policy-makers.. To carry out its mission, NINDS has a staff of approximately 1,200 employees and an annual budget of $1.695 billion.  The Deputy Director is a vital part of the leadership team, serving as the second-in-command for the NINDS.

    This position offers a unique and exciting opportunity for a leader to execute and manage the daily operations in support of the NINDS strategic vision and mission.  As the second-in-command of NINDS, the Deputy Director provides leadership and direction to the Institute.  The Deputy Director assists the Director in executing and managing the daily operations in support of the Institute’s strategic vision and mission.  The Deputy Director works collaboratively across the NIH, throughout the federal government and with other key stakeholders and organizations to further the advancement of the NINDS mission and objectives.  He/she serves as an ambassador and spokesperson for the Institute, communicating the NINDS position and incorporating the views/needs of key stakeholders into Institute plans and initiatives.  The Deputy Director facilitates the identification and development of future leaders through mentoring programs, continuous development of skills and expertise, and recognition of achievements. The Deputy Director also serves as a role model to the rest of the Institute, managing people and financial resources with integrity and fairness, while maintaining the Institute’s policies and priorities and managing the Institute’s ethics program.

    Location

    Bethesda, Maryland

    Required Qualifications

    NINDS seeks candidates who have a commitment to scientific excellence and the energy, enthusiasm, and innovative thinking necessary to lead a dynamic and diverse organization.  Applicants must possess a M.D. and/or Ph.D. and have senior-level research experience and knowledge of research programs in one or more scientific areas related to neuroscience.  He/she should be known and respected within their profession, both nationally and internationally, as individuals of outstanding scientific competence.  Applicants also must have demonstrated experience in setting, planning, implementing and analyzing program objectives and priorities. Candidates should have the demonstrated ability to manage financial and human resources, and lead a research program involving extensive internal and external collaboration.


  • 06/05/2016 2:16 PM | Anonymous

    Senior Financial Analyst (Strategic Risk and Analysis)

    NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION

    Agency Contact Information

    1 vacancy in the following location:

    •  Alexandria, VA
    Work Schedule is Full Time - Permanent

    Opened Friday 6/3/2016(2 day(s) ago)

     Closes Tuesday 7/5/2016(30 day(s) away)

    • Salary Range
      $131,130.00 to $205,873.00 / Per Year
    • Series & Grade
      CU-1160-15/15
    • Promotion Potential
      15
    • Supervisory Status
      No
    • Who May Apply
      All current and former federal employees with competitive status, reinstatement eligibles, Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP) eligibles, Veterans (VEOA and 30% Disabled), and special non-competitive appointment eligibles (e.g., Persons with Disabilities, Certain Military Spouses, Peace Corps and Vista Volunteers, etc.). This position is also being advertised under vacancy announcement ONES-16-DE-1719611 for all U.S. Citizens.
    • Control Number
      440670300
    • Job Announcement Number
      ONES-16-MP-1716461


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