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MANY AVAILABLE POSITIONS: WASHINGTON DC METROPOLITIAN AREA

JOB SERIES

POSITION Title

GRADE LEVEL

DESCRIPTION

0301

Customer Service

GS-7 thru 13

       Develops leads and opportunities through participation at regional events, market research, and referrals.

       Maintains contacts and close working relations with assigned customer agencies.

0340

Program Manager Officer

GS-15

       Plans, manages, directs and coordinates, the programs and activities relating to the management of delivery of strategic solutions to Federal agency customers worldwide.

       Develops and implements plans for expanding the local and national client base for the Integrated Technology Services' strategic solutions programs.

0343

Program Analyst

GS-9 thru 15

       Duties include performing analytical studies, quantitative and qualitative program analysis.

       Strategic assessment, organizational performance measures, related financial data, and performance management processes, and

       Assisting in developing computational and statistical reports.

0344

Management Assistant

GS-5

       Performs special and recurring studies relating to         administrative management projects, such as FAS Fleet management, space reconfigurations, and space utilization.

       Applies clerical or technical techniques to identify, consider, and resolve a wide variety of uncomplicated operational problems.

 

0501

Financial Management Analyst

GS-7 thru 12

       Duties consist of but are not limited to financial analysis and planning, tracking expenditures, preparing reports and financial statements, and participating in special projects.

0801

Interdisciplinary

GS-13

       Represents the Director within industry association teams and committees, which develop and promulgate technical standards used in the manufacture and testing of products procured by FAS.  Frequently represents GSA as an official spokesperson for their activity, or the government's interests.

       Participates with higher-level management in formulating long-range plans.  Provides input and recommendations concerning ongoing projects, significant trends, recurring  problems and recommended or proven solutions for significant projects.

0896

Industrial Engineer

GS-12 thru 13

       Develop professional industrial engineering programs and projects to achieve optimum utilization of GSA supply distribution systems.

       Direct complex projects by identifying operational problems, developing alternative solutions, and recommending appropriate actions.

       Design and develop integrated physical distribution systems at supply distribution facilities nationwide, including supply depots, export operations and customer supply stores.

1101

Business Management Specialist

GS-11 thru 14

       Preparing and conducting market research, analytical studies, reports, briefings and informational memorandum containing concise findings.

       Developing strategies for the evaluation of the effectiveness of the assignment in support of the goals and operation of FAS supply programs.

1102

Contract Specialist

GS-7 thru 12

       Duties will consist of learning acquisition preaward and postaward functions which include performing industry analysis, developing acquisition plans, negotiating contracts, recommending and making contracts awards.

       Duties include performing analytical studies, quantitative and qualitative program analysis.

       Strategic assessment, organizational performance measures, related financial data, and performance management processes, and

       Assisting in developing computational and statistical reports.

 

1104

Property Disposal Officer

GS-15

       Manages the Division in accordance with programs, policies, procedures, and goals established by Central Office and the Regional Commissioner, FAS.

       Makes modifications as needed to organizational staffing plans to meet program needs.

2003

Supply Systems Analyst

GS-7 thru 12

       Will play an important role in managing supplies for Federal civilian agencies and the United States military world-wide.

       Analyze, develop, and make recommendations on new programs and improvements to the supply system

2130

Traffic Management Specialist

GS-7 thru 14

       Duties include but are not limited to reviews and researches customer needs and transportation problems to determine the most appropriate vehicle and/or solution to satisfy requirements.

       Reviews vehicle records to ensure vehicle repairs and maintenance occur timely. Based on vehicle records and information like utilization, age, and mileage, makes recommendations on which vehicles should be retained or replaced.

2150

Transportation Operations Ofcr

 

       Providing technical and managerial direction for GSA motor equipment management and operational programs in the Mid-Atlantic Region.

       Establishing goals and objectives for the Fleet Management Division.  Determining and implementing effective work methods and procedures, organizational structures, management controls, and information and documentation systems.

2210

Information Technology Specialist

GS-7 thru 12

       Duties and responsibilities involve Information Technology (IT) support and assistance in the procurement of IT products and/or services to clients or prospective customers.

       Reviews requests for IT equipment, systems and design services. Reviews and performs limited studies on changing hardware, software and industry standards.

Note:  For additional information on qualifications please visit website below: http://www.opm.gov/qualifications/standards/index-Standards.asp

 

Eligibility Requirements:

      Proof of Disability – This proof may be in the form of documentation obtained from licensed medical professionals, state or private vocational rehabilitation specialists, or any Government agency that issues or provides disability benefits.

      Certification of Job Readiness – This certification of job readiness may be obtained from the same individuals that provided the proof of disability.  The certification may be on the same documentation as the proof of disability or it may be a separate document.

      More information on eligibility requirements for these special hiring authorities is available on  http://www.opm.gov/disability/Laws.asp

 

Key Requirements:

      Many positions may require relocation where relocations expenses will not be paid

       Must be a U.S. Citizen

Enjoy great benefits as you make a difference

 

  Career paths with plenty of room to move and grow

  Credit for active duty U.S. military service for leave accrual rate and retirement eligibility

  Flexible work schedules for a better work-life balance

  High-level trainings and certifications that will follow you anywhere you go

  Excellent array of medical and dental plans

 

  401(k)-like retirement benefits that stay with you throughout your career

                  Life Insurance and Long Term Care Insurance

  Transportation subsidy

                   

  Enjoy 10 paid holidays and 13 paid vacation days the first year (leave accruals increase based on years of service)

How to Apply: Please forward your resume, cover letter and required disabilities supporting documents by close of business, August 13, 2010, to: fasjobs@gsa.gov with Subject line: GSA People with Disabilities Hiring Initiative.  Please indicate in your email what position(s) (i.e., title and grade(s)) you are applying for based on the qualification requirements described above.  Applications are reviewed immediately when they are received for qualification and then referred to hiring managers for further consideration.

Reasonable Accommodations: GSA provides reasonable accommodations to applicants and employees with disabilities.  If you need reasonable accommodations for any part of the application and hiring process, please email fasjobs@gsa.gov.  Reasonable accommodation decisions are made on a case-by-case basis.

Equal Opportunity Employer:  All eligible and qualified candidates will be considered regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or other non-merit factors.