The Vacancy Identification Number is: 788446
If you are not entitled to veteran's preference, mark "No preference claimed." Except for disabled veterans, (1) those who entered active duty on or after October 15, 1976, and before September 8, 1980, must have an authorized campaign badge; OR, (2) those who enlisted after September 7, 1980, or entered on active duty (through means other than enlistment) on or after October 14, 1982, must have (a) completed at least 24 months of continuous, active duty service AND have served in a campaign or expedition for which a campaign medal has been authorized; OR, (b) have served at least one day during the period for which a campaign medal has been authorized; OR (b) have served at least one day during the period of 08/02/90 through 01/02/92 AND have 24 months of continuous, active duty service, or been a reservist activated during that period. Persons who returned from military service at the rank of major, lieutenant commander, or higher are not entitled to veteran's preference except as disabled veterans.
In this section indicate if you are a surplus or displaced Federal employee requesting special priority consideration under the Career Transition Assistance Plan (CTAP) or the Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan (ICTAP).
Note: To receive consideration for CTAP or ICTAP, you must submit the necessary supporting documentation. Refer to the "Benefits/Other" section for additional information and instructions.
1. From the descriptions below, select the letter that corresponds to the statement that most accurately describes your experience as it directly relates to the SK-9 level of this position. [Note: If using education to qualify you must provide documentation or copies of transcripts (official or unofficial) documenting successful completion of coursework/degree program, etc.]
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.
2. Provide support and services related to document management, monitoring the accuracy of data, and generating reports.
3. Maintain a document control database for tracking division requests and responses.
4. Performed extensive searches of records, legal references, legal documents, financial documents, using complex, voluminous, or broadly written criteria.
5. Explain well-established policies, procedures, regulatory requirements, and/or standards to individuals outside the organization.
6. Communicate and interact efficiently with senior officers, supervisors, co-workers, and office staff.
7. Obtain and exchange information with co-workers and supervisors.
8. Collect and track specialized data to meet specific program or project requirements.
9. Gather data from a variety of sources, use program specific analysis techniques, suggest actions to correct deficiencies in data, and prepare reports.
10. Collect data using generally accepted techniques that need to be modified to meet the needs of a specific study or program/project assessment effort.
11. Serve as an administrative contact in clerical and program support activities, such as serving as an organization's point of contact for all support activities of a specialized or non-routine nature.
12. Perform duties requiring the use of basic analytical methods, such as developing information and identifying interrelationships among data (e.g., performing basic trend analysis in a program area.)
13. Develop procedural processes to address complex clerical or program support problems and/or conflicts, such as reviewing existing clerical procedures and eliminating unnecessary functional or procedural steps.
14. Research and gather information and prepare responses at the direction of management.
15. Perform functions associated with investigations to determine appropriate approach based on program knowledge.
16. Log and track requests or issues and assign to appropriate staff member for response.