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1. Do you have at least one year of specialized experience comparable in difficulty and responsibility to the GS-14 level in the Federal government, performing a wide range of duties, including: supervising and providing day-to-day guidance and oversight to Criminal Investigators; supervising, planning, organizing, directing, and participating in highly complex and/or sensitive investigations; forming task forces involving coordination of investigative activities of several law enforcement agencies having nationwide impact; overseeing the development of special investigative projects; promoting process improvements; playing a critical role in the strategic planning process; assesses the viability of performance measures; leading change; demonstrating personal leadership that inspires others to achieve organizational goals; and establishing, monitoring and adjusting systems and processes to deliver organizational goals?
From the descriptions below, select the one response that best describes the highest level of experience that you fully possess. Please select only one response.
In this part, you will respond to questions about experiences you have had that are related to the requirements of the job for which you are applying. Carefully review the response descriptions listed below. For each question or statement, select the ONE response description that best describes your experience. (Your claims of experience must be supported in your resume).A- I have not performed this task on the job.
2. Plans, directs, and manages a nationwide criminal investigative program.
3. Develops new and innovative techniques and approaches to carry out assignment to maximize benefits while at the same time minimizing the expenditure of limited resources.
4. Develops case-specific, annual, and long-range investigative plans, including resource needs.
5. Serves as the senior representative at meetings with high level Federal, state, and local officials to gain an understanding of organizational programs, program initiatives, concerns, and vulnerabilities.
6. Collaborates with other managers to coordinate changes in operational procedures.
7. Oversees the planning, involvement, conduct, and reporting resulting from major projects of critical importance to the organization, such as those requested by the Council of Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE), Office of Management and Budget (OMB), or members of Congress.
8. Serves as a specialist on intra-departmental and inter-agency committees and advising groups.
9. Provides expert technical advices, consultation, and recommendations on criminal investigations and administrative matters.
10. Reviews the adequacy and quality of investigative products to ensure compliance with applicable quality standards, Attorney General guidelines, laws, regulations, and internal policies and procedures.
11. Provides expert professional advice, consultation, guidance, and recommends appropriate actions in all matters pertaining to criminal investigations and administrative matters.
12. Analyzes new or revised regulations, policies, Federal statutes, and procedures to determine their relevance to a nationwide criminal investigative program.
13. Exercises personal leadership by setting expectations and goals to implement the organizational vision.
14. Inspires and leads others towards meeting the organizational goals and planned accomplishments.
15. Articulates and communicates to staff the assignment, project, and/or problem to be solved.
16. Assigns work based on investigative priorities and career development requirements.
17. Identifies, distributes, and balances workload and tasks among staff members, making adjustments to accomplish workload within required timeframes and quality standards.
18. Provides advice, counsel, and/or instruction on work methods, practices, procedures, and administrative matters.
19. Evaluates work performance and seeks to continually improve quality and production metrics.