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1. From the descriptions below, select the one which best describes your experience and meets the Basic Qualification Requirements for Public Health Analyst, GS-685-13.
For each task in the following group, choose the statement from the list below the best describes your experience and/or training. Please select only one letter for each item.
2. Acts as principal advisor on the administrative aspects of program operations to resolve matters that are often controversial or complicated.
3. Establish goals and objectives for an administrative service activity in meeting the overall needs and goals of a large scientific organization.
4. Defines administrative requirements and provides advice to program leadership on related matters.
5. Assess the impact of legislative, regulatory, policy or program initiatives and developments on an organization's administrative service activity.
6. Establish management policies and monitoring system to achieve of an organization's goals, objectives and priorities.
7. Work with multi-disciplinary teams to implement management policies and evaluate their impact on an organization.
8. Experience recruiting team members for multi-disciplinary programs/projects.
9. Knowledge of interpersonal relationship practices to meet and deal with persons of diverse backgrounds.
10. Interpret and develop administrative policies and guidelines for subordinate program activities.
11. Oversee the formulation and execution of the operating budget which addresses program goals and priorities.
12. Prepare annual budget plan and justification and manage the approved budget.
13. Monitor the budget to ensure effective utilization of financial and non-financial resources.
14. Participate in meetings with management officials to establish resource priorities, assess and discuss justifications for budget increases and make recommendations for resource allocations and reallocations.
15. Recommend changes in allocation utilization of resources within budget categories and allocations to increase effectiveness and efficiency in achieving organization goals and objectives.
16. Advise senior staff on procurement, contracts, contract preparation, and monitoring and funding opportunity announcements and discussion procedures for research and non research cooperative agreements and grants.
17. Oversee the development and monitoring of payable interagency agreements, reimbursable interagency agreements, and domestic and international cooperative agreements and grants for the organization.
18. Serve as principal liaison with other CDC organizations on procurement and grant activities.
19. Ability to advise management on public health policies, operations, products and/or services.
20. Serve as expert analyst in developing, monitoring, implementing, and evaluating current or projected complex projects, programs, and/or services within a government agency.
21. Frequently analyze complex programs to advise senior management on operations, products, and/or services.
22. Develop and apply new or revised program methods, organization structures, and technologies to carry out program objectives.
23. Deliver briefings and presentation to a wide variety of individuals and audiences to encourage understanding and gain acceptance of policies, procedures, and practices.
24. Participate in meetings and discussions with scientific and non-scientific groups to resolve problem issues and concerns that impact on program and administrative matters.
25. Discuss controversial issues with internal staff and external organizations to determine impact on program and administrative operations and obtain problem solutions.
26. Presents comprehensive program reviews to include recommendations on curtailing and/or expanding program and program effectiveness.
27. Respond to inquires and provide advice and assistance to internal and external stakeholders, including manages and executives.
28. Prepare and present program, financial, policy and administrative management information for use in decision-making by managers and executives.
29. Research and produce program management and business service materials for use by senior managers in briefings, meetings, or hearings within CDC, HHS, other federal agencies and external organizations.