Evidence and Transportation Assistant (OA)

Vacancy ID: 747226   Announcement Number: H-LA-13-747226-DEU-BBG   USAJOBS Control Number: 328779100

Occupational/Assessment Questions:

1. Please select the ONE response that BEST describes the experience that you possess that demonstrates your ability to perform as an Evidence and Transportation (OA), GS-07.

A. I have one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-06 Federal grade level performing such duties as receiving, logging, storing, securing and disposing of seized drug and non-drug evidence.
B. My experience is not reflected in the above statement.

2. Can you type a minimum of 40 words per minute?

A. Yes, I certify that I can type a minimum of 40 words per minute, with 3 or less errors.
B. No, I cannot type 40 words per minute.

3. Do you possess a valid driver's license?

A. Yes, I possess a valid driver's license.
B. No, I do not have a valid driver's license.

For each task in the following group, choose the statement from the list below that best describes your experience and/or training. If faxing in the Occupational Questionnaire, Form 1203-FX, darken the oval corresponding to that statement in Section 25 of the form.

A- I have not had education, training or experience in performing this task.
B- I have had education or training in performing the task, but have not yet performed it on the job.
C- I have performed this task on the job. My work on this task was monitored closely by a supervisor or senior employee to ensure compliance with proper procedures.
D- I have performed this task as a regular part of a job. I have performed it independently and normally without review by a supervisor or senior employee.
E- I am considered an expert in performing this task. I have supervised performance of this task or I am normally the person who is consulted by other workers to assist them in doing this task because of my expertise.

4. Interprets and adapts guidelines and regulations to resolve a wide variety of evidence control problems or issues, developing information, identifying interrelationships, and taking action consistent with evidence control goals.

5. Performs duties requiring the use of basic analytical methods, such as determining the storage and disposition of high value items retrieved as evidence.

6. Completes a segment of the evaluative work of the administrative functions associated with evidence control work.

7. Maintains and evaluates logs and inventories for bulk marijuana and non-drug evidence stored in leased warehouse facilities.

8. Completes segments of the evaluative work of the administrative functions associated with evidence control work.

9. Resolves non-recurring evidence control problems and complete all types of evidence control assignments, in receiving, storing, and destroying of drug and non-drug evidence.

10. Performs specialized seized assets duties involving a wide variety of problems and solutions.

11. Assists various offices in technical and legal procedures related to handling seized property.

12. Performs duties requiring use of basic analytical methods to manage a variety of drug evidence.

13. Participates in the evaluation of fleet management programs and identified and resolved a variety of problems and issues.

14. Reviews various reports relating to vehicle use, expenses, and income in order to identify problems or trends.

15. Recommends repairs, maintenance, and disposition of vehicles based on age, mileage, or condition.

16. Performs acceptance inspection of vehicles using established checklists and completing appropriate documentation.

17. Manages automated systems to perform support duties such as computer backups, maintenance of LAN systems, software, and hardware upgrades.

18. Develops operating instructions and/or computer systems documentation for the full range of all supported computer equipment and devices.

19. Provides advice, guidance, and instruction on all aspects of operating procedures.

20. Prepares written program materials that required the adaptation of guidelines and the use of a broad range of pertinent sources.

21. Applies grammar, writing, style, and editing guidelines and practices in producing written products containing technical and factual information.

22. Writes a variety of non-technical documents that summarized data or information, such as drafting responses to inter-organization inquiries, and/or writing instructions for routine processes.

23. Communicates with others on the job or in other community settings, such as routine communications with supervisors, requesting or providing factual information, or receiving work instructions.

24. Ability to explain routine technical procedures and thoughts to others and exchange ideas and information with co-workers.

25. Serves as a point of contact for other clerical personnel on procedural matters, such as providing advice on routine and established matters of organizational procedures, instructions, and regulations.