The Vacancy Identification Number is: 840043
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1. From the descriptions below, select the response which most closely and accurately describes your experience that demonstrates your ability to perform as a Management and Program Analyst at the SK-11 grade level.A. I have at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS/SK-09 level in the Federal service or comparable pay band system supporting operational activities in the areas of logistical planning and implementation, tracking progress on deliverables for assigned organizations, maintaining official and/or highly sensitive records, determining the material resource needs of an organization, and providing guidance on administrative policies and procedures.
2. From the descriptions below, select the response which most closely and accurately describes your experience that demonstrates your ability to perform as a Management and Program Analyst at the SK-12 grade level.
For each of the following tasks, choose the statement from the Level Descriptions list below that best describes your experience and/or training. Please select only one letter for each item.A- I have not had education, training, or experience in performing this task.
3. Explain operational performance issues in discussions with management.
4. Develop and present alternative solutions to overcome challenges.
5. Develop and maintain working relationships with supervisors, managers, and peers.
6. Determines and acquires the physical resource needs, including property and supplies, communications, space, furniture, and equipment.
7. Assists with personnel ceiling controls, initiating personnel actions, preparing job analysis and vacancy announcements.
8. Advise management and staff on administrative policies and procedures.
9. Write organizational instructions, policies, or standard operating procedures.
10. Manage records and ensure adherence to policy.
11. Researches records, collates information, determines if information is appropriate for release, and prepares the requested information.
12. Identifies unusual or controversial information requests and brings them to the attention of senior staff.
13. Utilizes a wide range of sources to provide program information to include extensive databases, historical information, legislative/policy background, agency/company records, and discussions with program staff.
14. Identifies problems and/or potential problems, inefficiencies, and develops recommendations for solutions.
15. Maintains and utilizes program data/systems/databases to provide timely and up-to-date program information.
16. Applies preventive and detective assessment techniques to identify trends and anomalies within assigned programs.
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