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The Vacancy Identification Number is: 732470
Supervisory Business Operations Specialist
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1. This question assesses your ability to meet GS-15 level qualification requirement. Applicants must have experience in the amounts shown below to be considered for this position. From the responses below, select the one that best describes your level of experience. (Note: One year of specialized experience is based on a 40-hour workweek. If you have worked less than 40 hours per week, you must prorate your experience.)
For each task in the following group, choose the statement from the list below that best describes your experience in training. Please select only one letter for each item.A- I have not had education, training or experience in performing this task.
2. Manage and dispose of complex assets including business enterprises and interests, intangible assets and notes receivable, as well as financial instruments, including stocks, bonds and investment accounts.
3. Establish standard operating procedures and internal controls related to the management and disposition of complex assets including business enterprises and interests, intangible assets and notes receivable, as well as financial instruments, including stocks, bonds and investment accounts.
4. Conduct professional financial assessment of business, including an analysis of business values and liability risk, and the disposability of the assets.
5. Conduct professional financial assessment of financial instruments, including an analysis of values and the disposability of the assets.
6. Develop asset maintenance plans and effective asset disposal strategies for complex assets
7. Provide business monitoring, asset valuation, tax and financial statement analysis.
8. Serve as a subject matter expert on the management of seized businesses and their assets, commercial real estate, and financial instruments.
9. Coordinate, develop, and implement department-wide policy governing the management and disposal of businesses and financial instruments.
10. Develop performance standards for subordinate employees.
11. Resolve employee complaints and grievances.
12. Plan and assign work to be accomplished by subordinate staff.
13. Interview candidates and recommend selections to fill vacant positions.
14. Administer awards or disciplinary measures as appropriate.
15. Identify training and developmental needs of employees.
16. Develop and apply of new and improved business practices with regard to managing complex assets.
17. Analyze and interpret legislation, appropriations language, directives, and guidelines that may impact business operations.
18. Determine the resources required to fully support program activities.
19. Evaluate the effectiveness of assigned programs in meeting organizational goals and objectives.
20. Make efforts to reduce waste, fraud, and abuse wherever possible.
21. Initiate and oversee implementation of on-site turnaround strategies for seized business and complex financial instruments often valued at many millions of dollars.
22. Provide technical advice with regard to the management and disposition of complex business enterprises and assets.
23. Recommend changes to established policies, procedures, systems, methods, and practices where necessary.
24. Serve as a liaison with other organizations such as the U.S. Treasury Department, U.S. Attorney's Office, and other involved agencies.
25. Make presentations in front of executives as well as subordinate staff.
26. Keep senior leadership advised on the status of important developments and unusual or controversial issues affecting assigned programs.
27. Use computer applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Quick Books to create a variety of documents.
28. Draft and/or edit standard operating procedures and policies.
29. Draft official correspondence and ensure that it is grammatically, procedurally, and factually correct.
30. Consolidate data derived from a variety of sources into a single comprehensive report.