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1. From the descriptions below, choose one answer that best describes your experience and/or education which meets the Basic Qualification Requirements for a Senior Chemist, GS-1320-14.
2. From the descriptions below, select the one which best describes your experience and meets the Additional Qualification Requirements for a Senior Chemist, GS-1320-14.
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.
3. Serve as technical authority and/or consultant working on programs/projects of national scope and complexity.
4. Develop and assess chemistry studies to address composition and manufacture of FDA- regulated products.
5. Review current and proposed quality assurance policies, guidelines and standards for applicability with accepted chemistry principles and practices.
6. Identify gapsJn scientific knowledge and develop chemistry studies to address gaps, coping with novel, difficult, and/or unexpected problems.
7. Serve as senior chemist in the development of chemistry policy and procedures related to composition and manufacture of FDA- regulated products.
8. Develop new concepts, principles and approaches in chemistry to promote and protect public health.
9. Serve as chemistry expert in contributing to development of regulations or guidance applicable to FDA-regulated products.
10. Evaluate the composition and manufacture of FDA-regulated products to determine whether marketing of products in best interest of public health.
11. Serves as representative for organization at conferences and meetings.
12. Serve on panels, committees, or task forces as a representative for the organization on scientific, technical, or professional issues.
13. Prepare speeches, briefing papers and talking points relating to design and manufacture of FDA-regulated products.
14. Search for and extract information from file, documents, reports, publications, recordings, electronic databases, or other materials.
15. Proofread edit or update scientific technical or complex documents.
16. Prepare comprehensive written evaluations showing results.