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  • January 17, 2021 20:42 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    Please see the information below to view current opportunities at the FDIC OIG. 

    Office of Program Audits and Evaluations (PAE) and Office of Information Technology Audits and Cyber (ITC)  

    Location: Arlington, VA

    Position:  Auditor (Pathways Recent Graduate): CG-0511-07/09   

    Opening/Closing dates:  01/15/21-02/01/21

    Announcement No:  2021-OIG-0001

    This is a recent graduate announcement opened to applicants who have a completed degree or certificate from a qualifying educational institution or program within the last 2 years. Veterans unable to apply within 2 years of receiving their degree due to military service obligations, have a full 2 year eligibility period upon release or discharge from active duty and not more than 6 years from degree completion. This vacancy is limited to 150 applicants and may close before the closing date if that limit is reached.

    Please see link to the announcement:https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/589559400

    Shaun Stever

    Human Resources Specialist

    Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

    Office of Inspector General

    3501 Fairfax Drive, VS Room E-9010

    Arlington, VA  22226

    703-562-6310 (phone)

    571-438-1156 (cell)

  • January 17, 2021 12:37 | Kin Wong (Administrator)
    • The Congressional Research Service would like to share this career opportunity with you and your network.

       

      Assistant Director and Deputy Assistant Director  

      Open and Close Dates: 01/04/2021 to 03/01/2021

      Salary: $132,552 to $199,300 per year

      Pay Scale & Grade: SL-00

      Work Schedule: Full Time

       

      The Congressional Research Service (CRS) seeks two senior managers to serve as the Assistant Director (AD) and Deputy Assistant Director (DAD) for its Foreign Affairs, Defense and Trade Division (FDT).

       

      CRS works exclusively for the United States Congress, providing policy and legal analysis to committees and Members of both the House and Senate, regardless of party affiliation. CRS provides research and analysis consistent with our core values of objectivity, nonpartisanship, and authoritativeness. As shared staff to congressional committees and Members of Congress, CRS experts assist at every stage of the legislative process—from the early considerations that precede bill drafting, through committee hearings and floor debate, to the oversight of enacted laws and various agency activities.

       

      The AD, which reports directly to the director of CRS, serves as head of FDT, one of five major CRS research divisions, and manages approximately 100 professional research staff in its production of timely written products and consulting services in support of the U.S. Congress. The DAD supports the AD in managing FDT and in collaborating with the other research divisions within CRS. Areas of research, analysis, and consultative support covered by FDT include U.S. foreign policy, institutions, and budgets; regional and transnational affairs; foreign assistance and international development; national security strategies, policies, and budgets; military operations, personnel, logistics, acquisition and related issues; international trade and finance; and foreign policy legislation.

       

      Major duties of the AD include:

    • ·       In collaboration with other senior managers, leads, plans, directs, and evaluates the research and analyses of the Service in policy areas for which the incumbent has direct research management responsibility and ensures that such activities are fully aligned with the legislative work of the United States Congress and with the priorities, goals, and policies of CRS for meeting congressional needs.
    • ·       Demonstrates personal intellectual leadership in monitoring congressional needs, in formulating and maintaining an agenda to meet those needs, in guiding and directing relevant research of individuals and groups, and in reviewing and evaluating the work of researchers and their managers.
    • ·       Ensures research, analysis, and consulting services provided by the division are of the highest quality and meet CRS’s standards of objectivity, nonpartisanship, timeliness, legislative relevance, authoritativeness, and accessibility.
    • ·       Counsels the Director and Deputy Director on all aspects of the management and operations of the Congressional Research Service and advises on matters relating to the research activities, operations, and mission of the Service.
    • ·       Serves as a principal representative to committees and officers of the United States Congress, other legislative agencies and the Library of Congress, executive departments and agencies, professional organizations, universities, and other research organizations on the broadest matters related to CRS research, policy, and organization.
    •  

      Oversees and ensures compliance with human resource management functions for division staff. Establishes and clearly communicates performance expectations for staff.

       

      Major duties of the DAD include:

    • ·       Demonstrates intellectual leadership in the formulating, framing, conducting and communicating of research policy and analysis conducted in the division, in terms of subject matter expertise, methodology and relevance to congressional needs. Reviews the written products of staff to ensure that the Service’s quality standards are met.
    • ·       In collaboration with other senior managers, ensures coverage of all issues identified throughout the Service. Oversees implementation of the research agenda, including approaches, frameworks, or methodologies. Monitors, updates, and adjusts the research agenda to meet the changing needs of Congress, reassesses/reallocates capacity and communicates adjustments to supervisors and staff. Coordinates research activities with managers in other divisions to promote research and analysis across the Service.
    • ·       Performs the human resource management functions relative to the staff supervised. Ensures that supervisors and staff conduct research and analytical activities in a collaborative manner that incorporates expertise from multiple disciplines available from both inside and outside the division. Establishes and clearly communicates performance expectations for staff members in support of agency goals. Provides informal feedback and periodically formally evaluates staff on performance measures and results.
    • ·       Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with various high-level individuals, including committees and officers of the United States Congress, other legislative agencies and the Library of Congress, executive branch departments and agencies, professional organizations, universities, and other research organizations in order to advance the programs and objectives of the Congressional Research Service.

     

    The Deputy Assistant Director leads staff toward meeting the Library’s vision, mission, and goals by acting decisively, leveraging diversity and inclusiveness, demonstrating flexibility and resilience, fostering continuous improvement and innovation, fostering integrity and honesty, communicating effectively, and managing conflict and crisis. Exhibits commitment to the Library’s Supervisory Core Competencies.

     

    CRS is fully committed to workforce diversity.

     

    Interested applicants must apply online at USAJOBS.  Separate applications are required for each position. 

     

    Assistant Director-https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/588448000    

    Deputy Assistant Director-https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/588450100     

  • January 04, 2021 10:50 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is recruiting for the position of Director, NIH Ethics Office.  A description of the position, qualification requirements, and application procedures are posted on the Office of Personnel Management USAJobs website at: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/587877400.  This vacancy is being advertised as a government-wide recruitment and applications must be received byFebruary 2, 2021, 11:59 PM (ET).  

    Please post this vacancy announcement to your website and/or share it with individuals whom you feel could provide the leadership and professional excellence required of the position.  Questions regarding application procedures should be addressed to Will Hennings at: William.hennings2@nih.gov or by calling 301-402-7227.

  • January 03, 2021 22:21 | Thong Vu (Administrator)

    The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is excited to share the Pathways Internship announcement links below that will go live on MondayJanuary 4, 2021 You are encouraged to apply on the same day.   

    The announcements will be available through USAJobs, the Federal Government's official source for federal job listings and employment opportunity information. To apply you must complete the following: 

    • Create a profile in USAjobs.gov (https://www.usajobs.gov/Account/Account);

    •  Upload a current resume in USAJobs or use the resume builder option available in the USAJobs system;  and

    •  Upload a copy of your most recent transcript.  Ensure that your transcript lists both cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.   Please visit the Department Of Education Institution Accreditation Search to verify accreditation of your institution. The announcement is as follows:

    Student Trainee (Administrative Support), GS-0399-1/2/3/4/5/6/7:

    https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/587986000

    • Announcement: NIH-ST-21-10991433
    • Point of Contact: Mandy Clatterbaugh
    • Cut-off: 300 applications

     

    Student Trainee (Bio Science Lab Tech), GS-0499-1/2/3/4:

    https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/587859500

    • Announcement: NIH-ST-21-10989590
    • Point of contact: Shelandria Williams
    • Cut-off: 50 applications

     

    Student Trainee (Engineer), GS-0899-1/2/3/4/5/6/7:

    https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/587930400

    • Announcement: NIH-ST-21-10975664
    • Point of contact: Carol Lammering
    • Cut-off: 50 applications

     

    Recent Graduate (Program Specialist), GS-0301-9:

    https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/587904200

    • Announcement: NIH-RG-21-10985054
    • Point of contact: Tiffany Doy
    • Cut-off: 100 applications


    The announcements can only be viewed at this time.  The apply button will not appear until the announcements open on Monday, January 4th, 2021. These announcements will close on Friday, January 8th, 2021, or at 11:59PM EST on the day the respective application cut-offs are reached.  Applying early is highly encouraged.

    Corporate Recruitment Unit
    Office of Human Resources
    National Institutes of Health

     

    jobs.nih.gov - linkd.in/NIHJobs - facebook.com/NIHforJobs - twitter.com/nihforjobs 

  • December 23, 2020 15:10 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    Research Microbiologist/Animal Scientist GS-0403 12/13

    Salary Range of $76,721 to $118,603

    Announcement Open: December 21, 2020 to January 31, 2021

     

    The USDA, ARS, Food Safety and Enteric Pathogens Research Unit (FSEPRU) in Ames, Iowa is seeking a permanent, full-time Research Microbiologist/Animal Scientist to develop an innovative research program in turkeys focused on limiting colonization with food borne pathogens through understanding interaction between commensal organisms and their metabolites and the turkey intestinal tract. The successful candidate will conduct research to understand the interactions between intestinal tissues and commensal microbes, including foodborne pathogens Campylobacter and Salmonella, and impact of microbial metabolites on the host response. In addition, the candidate will enhance understanding of basic immunology and intestinal physiology of commercial turkeys. 

     

    The candidate will use in vitro and in vivo systems to define intestinal mucosal defense systems in turkeys as it relates to microbiome succession, interrogate interaction of Campylobacter and Salmonella with turkey mucosal defenses,  investigate a basis for Campylobacter’s disparate lifestyles as a turkey commensal and human pathogen, and investigate inhibitory or antagonistic metabolites and feed additives to reduce Campylobacter/Salmonella colonization or modulate mucosal defenses to reduce colonization. The successful candidate will join a group of scientists conducting similar research for other foodborne pathogens and food animals (cattle, swine), and work closely with a microbial ecologist and Salmonella microbiologist on research objectives. Collectively, the group works to increase information and technologies needed to enhance pre-harvest food safety in the U.S. and around the world.

     

    For further information and complete application instructions, search for announcement

    at ARS-D21MWA-10987997-JML https://www.usajobs.gov/

    The text I provided has the vacancy information, here is the link to position on USAJobs: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/587735000

    U.S. Citizenship is required. Applications must be received by the closing date of January 31, 2021.


  • December 18, 2020 11:26 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    United States Department of Agriculture Research, Education, and Economics Agricultural Research Service

    Research Molecular Biologist/Physiologist/Geneticist GS-0401/0413/0440-12/13/14 Salary Range of $76,721.00 to $140,146.00 Announcement Open: December 18, 2020 through January 18, 2021 The USDA, ARS, Plant Genetics Research Unit (PGRU) in Columbia, Missouri is seeking a Research Molecular Biologist/Physiologist/Geneticist. The scientist will work in a multi-disciplinary team necessary to conduct research toward development of pigs with improved traits of interest to the swine industry using gene editing techniques. The scientist will use genomic information to predict DNA sequence changes that cause beneficial changes in pig production and then test those changes in vitro and in vivo where warranted, for the predicted and any off-target effects. The findings are disseminated in the form of reports, presentations and publications in scientific journals. The ideal candidate will have experience using tissue culture and/or generating gene modified animals and characterizing them for changes in phenotypes. Experience using genetic modification techniques for understanding relationships between genes and various physiological functions using tissue culture and whole animals would be helpful. Publishing research in peer-reviewed scientific journals related to genetics, molecular biology, and/or animal science will be required. The candidate collaborates with other ARS, university and private sector scientists to build a multi-disciplinary team necessary for this research.

    For further information and complete application instructions, search for announcement ARS-D21MWA-10986272-JML at https://www.usajobs.gov/ U.S. Citizenship is required. Applications must be received by the closing date of January 18, 2021.

  • December 18, 2020 09:10 | Darrick Lee (Administrator)

    United States Department of Agriculture Research, Education, and Economics Agricultural Research Service

    Research Molecular Biologist/Physiologist/Geneticist GS-0401/0413/0440-12/13/14 Salary Range of $76,721.00 to $140,146.00 Announcement Open: December 18, 2020 through January 18, 2021 The USDA, ARS, Plant Genetics Research Unit (PGRU) in Columbia, Missouri is seeking a Research Molecular Biologist/Physiologist/Geneticist. The scientist will work in a multi-disciplinary team necessary to conduct research toward development of pigs with improved traits of interest to the swine industry using gene editing techniques. The scientist will use genomic information to predict DNA sequence changes that cause beneficial changes in pig production and then test those changes in vitro and in vivo where warranted, for the predicted and any off-target effects. The findings are disseminated in the form of reports, presentations and publications in scientific journals. The ideal candidate will have experience using tissue culture and/or generating gene modified animals and characterizing them for changes in phenotypes. Experience using genetic modification techniques for understanding relationships between genes and various physiological functions using tissue culture and whole animals would be helpful. Publishing research in peer-reviewed scientific journals related to genetics, molecular biology, and/or animal science will be required. The candidate collaborates with other ARS, university and private sector scientists to build a multi-disciplinary team necessary for this research.

    For further information and complete application instructions, search for announcement ARS-D21MWA-10986272-JML at https://www.usajobs.gov/ U.S. Citizenship is required. Applications must be received by the closing date of January 18, 2021.  USDA/ARS is an equal opportunity employer and provider

     


  • December 17, 2020 08:23 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is recruiting for the position of Executive Officer within the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR).  A description of the position, qualification requirements, and application procedures are posted on the Office of Personnel Management USAJobs website at: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/586997800.  This vacancy is being advertised as a government-wide recruitment and applications must be received byDecember 18, 2020, 11:59 PM (ET).  

     

    Please post this vacancy announcement to your website and/or share it with individuals whom you feel could provide the leadership and professional excellence required of the position.  Questions regarding application procedures should be addressed to Will Hennings at: William.hennings2@nih.gov or by calling 301-402-7227.

     

    Thanks,

     

    Will Hennings | Human Resources Specialist
    Executive Recruitment Branch

    Division of Senior & Scientific Executive Management (DSSEM)

    31 Center Drive, Room 1C31E, MSC 2269, Bethesda, MD  20892

    Phone: 301-402-7227 Fax: 301-480-5877

  • December 17, 2020 08:21 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    Hi, I’m hoping you can update the post I shared last week – we extended the deadline to 12/21/20 – and add a posting for another position that just opened this week and closes 1/4/20.

     

    https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/585626400 (attorney-advisor - employment/labor - GS-14 - closes 12/21/20)

     

    https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/587119500 (attorney-advisor - program side - GS-13 - closes 1/4/21)

     

    Again, I want to reaffirm:  the Fiscal Service Office of Chief Counsel is committed to creating a diverse and welcoming workplace.  All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply!

  • December 17, 2020 08:17 | Kin Wong (Administrator)

    The Forest Service Chief Information Office is NOW HIRING!!

    This is a great opportunity for YOU to come work with the CIO team! If you’re interested in applying or finding out more about this position, follow the link below:

    CIO-Executive Office

    Vacancy Announcement: GS-0301-14 / 21-ASCSVANOV-CIO-750797U-JJ

    Denver, CO; Washington, DC; Boise, ID; Kansas City, MO; or Albuquerque, NM

    Apply at this link: USAJOBS


    Applications accepted from 12/14/2020 to 12/21/2020


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