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1. From the descriptions below, select the one which best describes your
experience and meets the Minimum Qualification Requirements for Policy Analyst (Tribal Affairs), GS-0301-14.
For each task in the following group, choose the statement from the list below
that best describes your experience and/or training. Darken the oval
corresponding to that statement in Section 25 of the Qualifications and
Availability Form C. Please select only one letter for each item.
2. Research and interpret the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act.
3. Inform others regarding the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act and related regulations and policy initiatives.
4. Identify and analyze emerging public health issues and research related to tobacco control in American Indian/Alaska Native communities.
5. Research and evaluate existing tribal tobacco control policies and evaluate and develop related policy options.
6. Develop strategies for program promotion, education, communication, and outreach in American Indian/Alaska Native communities.
7. Develop policies involving complex and high priority matters affecting tobacco products, and their distribution, marketing and sale.
8. Recommend changes to policies and procedures to ensure enforcement of regulations related to the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act.
9. Participate with management officials to develop position and policy statements relating to tobacco product regulation.
10. Provide American Indian/Alaska Native cultural competency and Tribal consultation training to others.
11. Provide guidance and advice on policy issues relative to American Indian/Alaska Native communities and populations to leadership and staff.
12. Provide support for Tribal government innovation, helping to build Tribal tobacco control capability.
13. Provide and/or facilitate guidance to representatives from Tribal enterprises and/or governments on issues involving tobacco control.
14. Work actively with a wide range of stakeholders concerned with Tribal tobacco control matters.
15. Develop and maintain relationships with Tribal public health officials, leaders, and organizations.
16. Facilitate meetings with tribal officials.
17. Promote partnerships with national and regional Tribal organizations.
18. Provide technical assistance to Native American tribes.
19. Manage diverse coalitions of individuals and organizations.
20. Make presentations at conferences and professional meetings to communicate policy development.
21. Provide guidance and/or advice to policy analysts, and other professionals within an organization regarding development of policies.
22. Serve as a liaison between organizations/agencies.
23. Consult with staff at all levels of an organization regarding development of policies.
24. Prepare and review presentation materials for meeting related to public health issues in Tribal communities.
25. Write summaries and prepare analyses for leadership regarding emerging tobacco control in the Native American community.
26. Draft and review recommendations for new policies involving tobacco products, and their distribution, marketing and sale.
27. Prepare and/or review replies to correspondence from regulated community and other interested persons.