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  • 01 Mar 2017 12:58 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    The Pacific Southwest Region’s Fire and Aviation Management staff is currently in the process of outreach to assess interest in a permanent, full-time GS-2181-13 Supervisory Airplane Pilot position located in Redding, CA. The outreach notice and reply form are attached; please share this information with those within your network and with others you know who are qualified and may be interested.


    This position is established in the Pacific Southwest Region, Fire and Aviation Management Staff, Regional Aviation Group. The incumbent provides the primary oversight and supervision for Regional Forest Service fixed-wing pilots and fixed-wing aircraft operations. Operations include—but may not be limited to—wildland fire, administrative and project-specific flights occurring under the operational control of the Region or Forests. The incumbent will work under the direction of the Regional Aviation Officer and will provide leadership and management to Fixed-Wing pilot operations as a subject matter expert in Regional fixed-wing pilot operations in the Region. Ninety (90) days of experience as a primary/rigorous firefighter or equivalent experience outside federal employment is a basic qualification requirement for this position. If you have further questions regarding the position, please contact Regional Aviation Officer Jeff Power at 916-640-1031, or by email at


    This outreach notice is to determine an adequate candidate pool, and it was initially in effect from February 13 through February 27, 2017; but has now been extended through March 6, 2017. If you are interested in this opportunity, please complete the attached outreach reply form and return it to When the outreach notice expires, you may access USAJOBS at for all vacancy announcement information. Those responding to this outreach will receive notice of the vacancy announcement information once available.

  • 01 Mar 2017 12:57 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    The Peace Corps would like to share with your organization an exciting job opportunity for the following position: Director of Management and Operations (Administrative Officer), Grade 02/03/04. You may find the announcement details and apply at the following link:


    The Peace Corps is an excepted service federal agency offering term appointments not to exceed five years, and one of the world's most successful and respected development organizations.  Part of the Peace Corps' success is due to the dedicated people who work behind the scenes to support the agency and the thousands of Volunteers serving overseas.


    Peace Corps is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive culture. Our goal is to attract and develop the best and brightest from all lifestyles and backgrounds. Peace Corps strive to create a culture of inclusion where individuals feel respected and are treated fairly, despite our differences. Our commitment is to make a difference in the lives of people around the world.


    Peace Corps provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify the Office of Human Resources by calling 202-692-1200 or the Office of Civil Rights and Diversity on 202-692-2139. Decisions on granting reasonable accommodation are made on a case-by-case basis.


    Please refer to the vacancy announcement for specific information regarding the conditions of employment.




    1.      Click the hyperlink in the first paragraph to be redirected to the official job announcement on USAJOBS.

    2.      ‘Apply Online' to create an account or log into your existing USAJOBS account.

    3.      Once you have logged in or created your new account, you may have to click on the hyper link again to be taken back to the job announcement page.

    4.      Follow the prompts to complete the assessment questionnaire and upload required documents.

    5.      Please ensure you click the ‘Submit My Answers’ button to submit your application.

    6.      Applications must be received by the closing date of the announcement to receive consideration.

    7.      Check your application status by logging into your USAJOBS account. Return to an incomplete application by clicking ‘Apply Online’ in the vacancy announcement and re-selecting your resume and/or other documents from your USAJOBS account.

    Contact us at should there be any question about this vacancy announcement, and feel free to visit our website at to learn more about the agency or other vacancy announcements.

  • 24 Feb 2017 12:08 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    Job Description:Police Officer

    Announcement Number:17-MINT-147



    Salary range:$53,615 - $78,648

    Where the position is located:Washington, DC, US

    For additional information on this position please go to:!execute.hms?orgId=6&jnum=150377.

  • 24 Feb 2017 12:07 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    Job Description:Information Technology Specialist (Enterprise Solutions/Application Architect)

    Announcement Number:17-DO-260-P



    Salary range:$131,767 - $161,900

    Where the position is located:Washington, DC, US

    For additional information on this position please go to:!execute.hms?orgId=5&jnum=149721.

  • 17 Feb 2017 12:13 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    Job Description:Compliance and Enforcement Officer

    Announcement Number:17-FinCEN-10-P



    Salary range:$112,021 - $145,629

    Where the position is located:Washington, DC, US

    For additional information on this position please go to:!execute.hms?orgId=13&jnum=149904.

  • 17 Feb 2017 12:12 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    The Pacific Southwest Region’s Fire and Aviation Management staff is currently in the process of outreach to assess interest in a permanent, fulltime GS-0301-11/12 Fire Management Planning Specialist. The duty location for this position is designated as Vallejo, CA; but dependent on the outreach response, may be located at any Forest Service location (virtual office location) within Region 5 (California) within the local commuting area of a Forest Service office. If you have further questions about the position, please contact acting Regional Fire and Aviation Management Director Chris Schow at 707-562-8925, or by email at

    This position is establish within the Pacific Southwest Regional Fire and Aviation Management (FAM) staff as a planning specialist. The primary purpose of the position is to provide program management, leadership, coordination, and oversight in wildland fire planning. This position is responsible for implementing and assisting in the development of fire planning policies and procedures consistent with national level guidance and coordinating information between national, geographic area, fire planning units, and field units. Incumbent is a technical expert for the Regional Fire Planning Specialist, and provides oversight and coordination to national forests and grasslands within that region or area. This is a covered secondary position description under the provisions of 5USC 8336 (c) and 8412 (d). Ninety (90) days of experience as a primary/rigorous firefighter or equivalent experience outside federal employment as a basic qualification requirement for this position.


    This outreach notice is to determine an adequate candidate pool, and it is in effect from February 15 through March 1, 2017. If you are interested in this position, please complete the attached response form and return it to

  • 14 Feb 2017 09:45 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    Job Description:Supervisory Diversity and Inclusion Specialist (Deputy Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer)

    Announcement Number:17-DO-290-P



    Salary range:$131,767 - $161,900

    Where the position is located:Washington, DC, US

    For additional information on this position please go to:!execute.hms?orgId=5&jnum=149543.

  • 14 Feb 2017 09:43 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    New Vacancies for the Week of February 13, 2017


    Human Resources Assistant (OA)

    Series/Grade: GS-0203-06/07



    Human Resources Assistant (OA)

    Series/Grade: GS-0203-06/07



    Research Plant Pathologist

    Series/Grade: GS-0434-12/13



    Human Resources Assistant (OA)

    Series/Grade: GS-0203-06/07

    Careers with USDA-ARS

    USDA’s Agricultural Research Service (ARS) is one of the world’s premier scientific organizations, and we have research locations throughout the United States and a small number of international locations. USDA-ARS is continually seeking scientists and technicians in a range of agricultural related disciplines.  In addition to the scientific staff, USDA-ARS also hires a variety of positions supporting the scientific enterprise – IT, administrative support, budgeting, procurement, and engineering to name just a few.  USDA-ARS is a great place to work and our employees find USDA as a career fostering organization.  We invite you to take a few moments to look at our current vacancies and learn more about USDA-ARS at:  Please note vacancies open and close throughout the week.  Good luck with your job search and contact us if you need assistance!


    Application instructions for positions advertised are included in each vacancy announcement and should be followed to ensure that appropriate consideration is given.  Questions related to specific positions or the qualifications for specific positions should refer to the individual listed in each announcement under the "Agency Contact Info" section.

    Tips for Tackling the Federal Application Process can be found here


    The Federal government offers a generous benefits package, including life and health insurance, Federal Employees Retirement System and Thrift Savings Plan, and various family friendly and flexible work schedule programs, including telework. 

  • 07 Feb 2017 14:28 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    Share with your networks! Apply by February 17th for the 2017 OCA National Internship!

    The OCA Internship Program is one of OCA's signature student leadership development programs. Celebrating its 28th year in 2017, the OCA Internship Program seeks to cultivate future leadership by providing students from all over the country with the opportunity to be involved in the political process through a national organization.

    The program has successfully led past interns to become more active on their college campus and increased the presence of the AAPI community in local, state, and federal governments. OCA intern alumni have become executive directors, legislative staffers, OCA National Executive Council members, and are leaders in the private and public sector. Internship placements are available year-round at the OCA National Center, where students work on OCA's program areas as well as assist with communications and development.

    In addition to connecting interns with the AAPI community and developing their leadership skills, OCA also brings its summer interns to the OCA National Convention,. The 2017 national convention will be in Sacramento, CA from August 3-6th! The convention will feature speakers, entertainment, workshops, and our signature gala.

    The 28th annual OCA Internship Program is generously sponsored by the Coca-Cola Foundation, the Comcast Foundation, William & Sinforosa Tan Kaung Internship Endowment Fund, the Jessie & Claudine Cheng Internship Fund, and Mary Ann & Paul C. Yu Internship Fund. 




    To cultivate future leadership for the Asian Pacific American (APA) community by providing opportunities to work in the public sector and learn about issues affecting APAs. Based in the nation's capital, interns will learn to build relationships, meet with legislative officials, and engage in weekly leadership development workshops.



    During their time at OCA, interns are placed in various governmental and partner organizations, including non-profit organizations and corporations. Interns will be supervised and given projects that will expose interns to public policy decisions. If you have any questions, please contact Program Manager Jon Ho at

       OCA National: Work in the OCA National office in Washington DC and learn about OCA's impact in the community. 

       Non-Profit: Engage with one of our partners in Washington, DC and learn how they serve the APA community.

       Government: Learn about policy making through hands on experience in a federal agency. 

       Congressional: Gain experience in a congressional office and participate in the legislative process.   



    Sama Sama is a mandatory weekly leadership class coordinated by OCA with the help of various national APA community partners. Introduced in 2011, it addresses various APA issues affecting the community and includes team-building activities, identity development, and leadership development. It also provides a space for interns to facilitate discussion on issues impacting them and their community. A crucial keystone of the internship program, Sama Sama provides a safe space for the intern class to grow personally and professionally with each other.




    Application Deadline

    Internship Period





    January 19

     March 28 - June 3


     February 17

     June 12 - August 18

     *Note that deadlines are subject to change - check back for the most updated information.

    Completed applications must be received by 11pm EST on the listed date. The week after the application deadline, applications undergo a review and paper cut process. Phone interviews are typically conducted approximately two weeks after the application deadline - final candidates are notified the week after. For more specific questions or concerns about the application timeline, please contact Program Manager Jon Ho at or 202.223.5500.


    Accepted interns are required to find their own housing in Washington, DC for the duration of their internship. OCA encourages interns to find housing together to reduce costs. Furthermore, many former interns say that living together was one of the best parts of their summer internship experience. There are many affordable summer sublets and apartments available in the DC Metro area. Please see the summer housing guide for more information.



    Interns receive $2,500 for 10 weeks of full-time work. This stipend is distributed in three to four installments over the course of the program. 

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