The Vacancy Identification Number is: 567010
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1. Select the one response that best describes the level of experience you fully possess that demonstrates your ability as it directly relates to this position.A. I have at least one year of specialized experience at the GS/SK-14 level. My experience includes serving as an expert, providing guidance for sensitive and complex programs, issues, and problems dealing with all aspects of the operation, management, and regulation of municipal securities market and its participants. I have expert knowledge of, and experience in applying the provisions of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the rules of MSRB. I possess superior analytic and expert writing skills and am able to plan, organize, and see through to completion difficult and sensitive examinations that may lack precedent. I have vision and judgment to recommend solutions to novel and unique problems.
To further assess your qualifications for this position, please select one response from the list below that best describes your experience and/or training as it relates to each task. Darken the oval corresponding to that statement in Section 25 of the Qualifications and Availability Form C. Do not overstate or understate your level of experience and demonstrated capability. You should be aware that your ratings are subject to evaluation and verification based on the resume, narratives, and other supporting documentation. Later steps in the selection process are specifically designed to verify your stated level of experience and demonstrated capability. Deliberate attempts to falsify information may be grounds for non-selection.A- I have no education, training or experience in performing this task.
2. Provide training to develop staff skills.
3. Use knowledge of division/branch objectives and staff capabilities to assign work.
4. Monitor work performance to ensure timely completion of work assignments.
5. Conduct performance evaluations to communicate assessment of work completed.
6. Coach staff to improve performance.
7. Work with staff to identify common problems and to discuss solutions.
8. Develop and implement new policies and procedures to improve the effectiveness or efficiency of work.
9. Exercise leadership and motivate managers to incorporate vision and strategic planning into the process.
10. Organize or lead a major project, and display a high level of initiative, effort and commitment in carrying it out.
11. Supervise or lead other staff in executing broad programs of compliance and examinations at large and complex securities firms that reviewed multiple risk and governance controls.
12. Experience dealing with the press, political appointees, Congress, etc, on various types of important, national issues.
13. Work in groups and teams conducting briefings with outside groups and gaining cooperation from others to obtain information and accomplish goals.
14. Maximize use of resources, plan future needs, and work with others, including senior officials, to create comprehensive plans to address legal and/or regulatory issues.
15. Work with legal standards, stated policies, and existing market structures to develop creative approaches to problems.
16. Confront complex problems of an operational, business, and legal nature, identified key elements of the problems, and developed workable solutions.
17. Work on and successfully addressed major, controversial issues.
18. Interpret and apply the federal securities laws and rules, particularly those applicable to the municipal securities market and its participants.
19. Use independent judgment and skill in applying and interpreting the provisions of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, especially as they relate to the municipal securities market, in actual legal or business settings.
20. Address difficult legal and policy issues promulgated under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, especially as they relate to the municipal securities market.
21. Use independent judgment in applying and interpreting federal securities law, rules, and regulations in actual legal or business settings.
22. Make recommendations based on comments of operating organizations, personal program knowledge, awareness of the legal implications of recent regulatory or legal action, and acknowledgement of proposed regulation.
23. Address difficult legal and policy issues under the securities rules and regulations.