1. From the descriptions below, choose the letter beside the statement that best describes your experience and/or education relevant to the position of School Support Assistant for the GS/AD-06 level. Select only one letter. Note: Your resume must support the response you select.A. I have at least one year of specialized experience that has equipped me with the knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position. Specialized experience is experience that equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA's) to perform successfully the duties of the position, and that is typically in or related to the position to be filled. To be creditable, specialized experience must have been equivalent to at least the next lower grade level.
2. I am requesting Military Spouse Preference based on the transfer of my military spouse to obtain a position in the commuting area of this position. Applicants requesting Military Spouse Preference (MSP) must submit the following documents along with their completed application: a) Military Spouse Employment Request Form available online at: http://www.am.dodea.edu/ddessasc/employment/MSPRequestFormNov05.DOC; b) A copy of the sponsor's Permanent Change of Station orders indicating authorization of dependent travel; c) Copy of marriage certificate.A. Yes
3. I am a current, permanent, or reinstatement eligible, federal civil service employee, or military spouse eligible for appointment under the terms of Executive Order 12721.A. Yes (An appropriate SF50 must be submitted to support your answer.
INSTRUCTION: For questions 3, 4,and 5, your answers should include convictions resulting from a plea of nolo contendere (no contest), but omit: (1) traffic fines of $300 or less, (2) any violation of law committed before your 16th birthday, (3) any violation of law committed before your 18th birthday if finally decided in juvenile court or under a Youth Offender law, (4) any conviction set aside under the Federal Youth Corrections Act or similar state law, and (5) any conviction for which the record was expunged under Federal or state law.
4. During the last 10 years, have you been convicted, been imprisoned, been on probation, or been on parole? (Includes felonies, firearms or explosives violations, misdemeanors, and all other offenses.) If "YES," use the narrative section to provide the date, explanation of the violation, place of occurrence, and the name and address of the police department or court involved.A. Yes
5. Have you been convicted by a military court-martial in the past 10 years? (If no military service, answer "NO.") If "YES," use the narrative section to provide the date, explanation of the violation, place of occurrence, and the name and address of the military authority or court involved.A. Yes
6. Are you now under charges for any violation of law? If "YES," use the narrative section to provide the date, explanation of the violation, place of occurrence, and the name and address of the police department or court involved.A. Yes
7. During the last 5 years, have you been fired from any job for any reason, did you quit after being told that you would be fired, did you leave any job by mutual agreement because of specific problems, or were you debarred from Federal employment by the Office of Personnel Management or any other Federal agency? If "YES," use the narrative section to provide the date, an explanation of the problem, reason for leaving, and the employer's name and address.
8. Are you delinquent on any Federal debt? (Includes delinquencies arising from Federal taxes, loans, overpayment of benefits, and other debts to the U.S. Government, plus defaults of Federally guaranteed or insured loans such as student and home mortgage loans.) If "YES," use the narrative section to provide the type, length, and amount of the delinquency or default, and steps that you are taking to correct the error or repay the debt.A. Yes
9. Do you receive, or have you ever applied for, retirement pay, pension, or other retired pay based on military, Federal civilian, or District of Columbia Government service?A. Yes
10. Do any of your relatives work for the agency or government organization to which you are submitting this application? (Include: father, mother, husband, wife, son, daughter, brother, sister, aunt, uncle, first cousin, nephew, niece, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, step-father, step-mother, step-son, step-daughter step-brother, step-sister, half-brother and half-sister.) If your answer is "Yes" use the narrative section in this questionnaire to provide the relative's name, relationship and the department, agency or branch of the Armed Forces for which your relative works.A. YES
Please use this section to provide the required information if you have answered "Yes" to numbers 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 on the suitability questions. If you have answered "Yes" to the referenced questions, you MUST provide the required information. All of your answers must be truthful and complete. A false statement on any part of your application may be grounds for not hiring you or for firing you after you begin work. Also, you may be punished by a fine or imprisonment (U.S. Code, title 18, section 1001). You may be asked to provide this information at any time.
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.A- I have not had education, training or experience in performing this task.
11. Experience or training using various types of automated operations: electronic mail, fax, word-processing equipment/programs, spreadsheet programs, automated filing systems.
12. Use a variety of office automation equipment and software programs dealing with supply.
13. Use multiple types of software, such as word processing, calendar, spreadsheets and databases
14. Maintain files and records related to school correspondence. Picks up and distributes official incoming and outgoing mail.
15. Send regular, registered, certified, and express mail.
16. Order supplies through an automated system.
17. Maintain and use Government Purchase Card (GPC).
18. Knowledge of standardized budgetary and financial rules and regulations.
19. Retrieve and compile information for recurring technical reports.
20. Proofread and edit documents to ensure the correct use of grammar, spelling, capitalization, punctuation and terminology commonly used in office settings.
21. Communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing, using correct grammar.
22. Maintain an inventory of non-expendable property and supply records.
23. Use basic keyboarding skills and use of programs such as Microsoft Office Suite.
24. Perform standard record keeping, routine filing.
25. Perform basic fact-finding tasks and make telephone inquiries to obtain information.
26. Verify and record serial numbers upon receipt of goods, bar codes items, and adds items to an automated material management system.
27. Assist with or exercise responsibility for compiling various statistical reports to include budget reports.
28. Manage suspense files and related internal administrative controls.
29. Receive visitors, answer phone calls, direct inquiries to the appropriate person.
30. Conduct annual inventories of hand-receipt accounts.
31. Develop and maintain positive interpersonal relations.
32. Work effectively with a variety of personalities and age groups.
33. Knowledge of school's policies, procedures, and goals to provide information to students, parents, staff and others, and to ensure order and discipline.
34. Use correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, and correspondence procedures to prepare material such as worksheets, and other official documents.
35. Communicate effectively with students, parents, and school staff members in a variety of routine work situations.
36. Resolve routine conflict and refer unfamiliar or unprecedented situations to the supervisor.
37. Receive, store, issue, and replenish supplies, equipment, forms, publications, books and items requiring special handling, computer equipment, facsimile machines, and audio-visual equipment.
38. Maintain a library of DoDEA, GSA and other appropriate federal and commercial catalogs.
39. Serve as property custodian, maintaining a perpetual inventory of non-expendable property and supply records for durable items.
40. Establish, manage, and verify expenditures for a variety of accounts such as local purchase, self-service supply, commissary account, and government purchase card (GPC).
41. Issue accountable items to faculty, school staff, contractors, and students against sug-hand receipts.
42. I certify that my response to this questionnaire and the resume and documents provided in my application are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. FAILURE TO CERTIFY WILL RENDER YOU INELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION.A. Yes