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Enter the lowest grade level that you will accept for this position. The lowest grade for this position is TAG:Beginning Grade.
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1. From the descriptions below, select the response that most closely represents your experience for the position of
Supervisory Public Health Analyst, GS-0685-15. Please mark only one response. SELECTING MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE OR NO RESPONSE
AT ALL MAY MAKE YOU INELIGIBLE. Applicants must possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the next
lower grade level. Specialized experience is experience that has equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position and that is typically in or related to the work of the
position to be filled.
For each task in the following group choose the statement from the Level Descriptions that best describes your
experience and/or training in that task. Select only one letter for each task.
2. Manage a consumer information and education program to promote citizen-centered approaches.
3. Serve as an expert on studies or projects focused on the area of consumer information.
4. Is a nationally recognized authority and leader in the area of consumer affairs.
5. Serve as the principle advisor and consultant on consumer issues.
6. Develop programs to encourage accessible and appropriate mental health care nationwide.
7. Direct staff to produce materials to educate about mental health services.
8. Recommend policy and provide planning assistance to improve programs in a mental health organization.
9. Maintain contacts with stakeholder groups to promote citizen-focused approaches.
10. Build and sustain liaison with top public and private officials to develop partnerships
11. Represent an organization in top level meetings with outside organizations regarding consumer affairs.
12. Represent an organization in the development and negotiation of sensitive or complex program changes.
13. Plan, schedule, and coordinate work operations, balancing workload among subordinate staff.
14. Provide policy guidance and review work products to ensure fulfillment of overall objectives.
15. Counsel subordinates on individual performance and document formal performance appraisal.
16. Participates in conferences or presentations involving issues of importance to the programs.
17. Negotiates in representing the program to obtain resources and gain compliance with policies.
18. Prepare briefing materials on complex subjects for meetings with public and private officials.