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The Vacancy Identification Number is: 762465
District Asset Forfeiture Coordinator
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1. From the descriptions below, please select the one response that best describes how your experience/education meets the experience/education requirements for the District Asset Forfeiture Coordinator, GS-11 position. You must show that you meet the requirements described below. Read all responses before making your selection. MARK ONLY 1 RESPONSE. IF YOU SELECT MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE OR LEAVE THE QUESTION BLANK YOU WILL BE RATED INELIGIBLE. NOTE: Your application material must support your responses to the following questionnaire.A. I have at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-9 level of Federal service performing the following duties related to the position of District Asset Forfeiture Coordinator: assisting in the management of recovered property and/or assets including arranging proper storage and disposal of a variety of material goods; providing technical advice on policies, procedures, and regulations regarding property-related issues; recommending policy and/or procedure improvements to management personnel; monitoring financial records to ensure expenditures and obligations are accurately recorded and accounted for; coordinating team operations based on project objectives and plans of action; identifying appropriate actions in complex or unfamiliar situations based on established methods and protocol.
For each task in the following group, choose the statement from the list below that best describes your experience and/or training. Please select only one letter for each item.A- I have not had education, training or experience in performing this task.
2. Serve as a primary point of contact for asset forfeiture and/or seizure issues.
3. Participate in planning meetings with key stakeholders to identify relevant forfeiture policies and procedures.
4. Respond to public inquiries on topics relating to asset forfeiture management.
5. Deliver training programs regarding asset forfeiture related policy and procedural considerations.
6. Analyze forfeiture related legal documents including, policy, procedures, and regulations to identify relevant restrictions that may impact project activities.
7. Analyze forfeiture related financial materials including appraisals and audit documentation.
8. Serve as technical advisor of forfeiture and/or seizure issues within planning meetings.
9. Monitor financial systems and processes to ensure obligations are met and accounted for.
10. Assist in the oversight of asset inventories (e.g., cash, jewelry, conveyances, etc.).
11. Evaluate the cost effectiveness of program strategies including, collection and disposal of seized and/or forfeited property.
12. Use computer systems to access seized asset inventory data in order to monitor current holdings and incoming and outgoing property.
13. Troubleshoot issues related to the management of assets.
14. Troubleshoot issues related to the disposition of assets.
15. Review inventory and audit documentation to ensure that results and/or findings are accurate and complete.
16. Resolve complex problems including legal, contractual and logistical issues related to asset management.
17. Evaluate inventory or asset management procedures and policy to identify strengths and areas for improvement.
18. Communicate with upper management, peers, and direct reports regarding the formulation and implementation of policies, procedures, and processes.
19. Communicate updates, policies and procedures to customers and external stakeholders.
20. Oversee the work of contracted employees to ensure it aligns with internal regulations.
21. Provide status updates on activities and programs to internal stakeholders.
22. Coordinate with team members to ensure mutual understanding of project purpose, requirements and procedures.
23. Collaborate with team members to identify appropriate actions based on situational needs and restrictions.
24. Analyze asset forfeiture policy, procedures, and regulations to identify relevant restrictions that may impact asset management activities.
25. Adjust protocol in unusual situations using knowledge of operational procedures and methods.
26. Contribute to the development of new asset forfeiture operational methods and procedures.
27. Oversee accounting activities to ensure compliance with federal regulations.
28. Maintain working knowledge of laws, regulations, policies, standards, or procedures related to asset management and/or property forfeiture or seizure.
29. Provide asset forfeiture related guidance to team members and management personnel on issues related to asset management.
30. Interpret and apply laws, regulations, policies, standards, or procedures to situations involving asset management and/or property forfeiture or seizure.