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  • 08/08/2016 10:17 AM | Anonymous

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
    Location: Washington, DC

    Personnel Research Psychologist (GS-0180).  The Personnel Research and Assessment Division of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has two openings for Personnel Research Psychologists (GS-180-12/13, salary range: $77,490.00 to $119,794.00 per year) in its Washington, DC office.  Applicants will be evaluated based upon responses provided on the job specific questionnaire that is required as part of the application process. Applications will be accepted from Monday, August 8, 2016 to Thursday, August 25, 2016.

    Potential assignments include, but are not limited to: the design, development, and validation of tests and related instruments; the evaluation of the predictive effectiveness of existing tests for specific occupations; planning occupational surveys to document job relevant skills, knowledge, abilities, and other characteristics (KSAOs).  The position requires participation in all phases of the research process from problem definition to reporting of results.  The well-qualified applicant will possess knowledge and expertise in test theory, psychometric methodology, statistics, logic, and the ability to design and develop innovative assessment methodologies.

    Please contact Kathy Stewart at if you are interested in applying.

    For more information and to apply:

    Current Federal employees:
    All other applicants:  

  • 07/21/2016 4:06 PM | Anonymous

    DCI Consulting Group, Inc.

    Location: Washington, DC

    About the Organization

    DCI Consulting Group ( is an Human Resources (HR) and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) consulting and software development firm located in downtown Washington, D.C. DCI staff are thought leaders in the areas of EEO, compliance, and legal defensibility, and provide in-depth consulting in the areas of affirmative action development and implementation, employee selection and test validation, systemic compensation discrimination analyses, OFCCP audit and litigation support, and regulatory affairs. DCI’s clients represent a cross-section of private sector, federal agency and public sector clients. Private sector clients represent a wide range of industries, including aerospace and defense, financial services, pharmaceuticals, high technology, retail, and manufacturing. DCI staff also work directly with a number of national law firms to provide related litigation defense services.

    About the Job

    Duties for the job include:

    • Conducts strategic planning in support of the DCI mission; 
    • Assigns projects and structures project teams on AAP, compensation analysis and audit support; 
    • Proposes initiatives for work process improvement; Supervises staffing, recruiting and retaining staff for the EEO Compliance division; 
    • Reviews monthly project profitability reports and monthly utilization reports, proposes improvement for procedures and processes; 
    • Holds regular meetings with team leads and provides feedback; 
    • Trains team leads in terms of people management; 
    • Monitors career progress of employees in the EEO Compliance division; 
    • Manages inter-team and inter-department collaboration; 
    • Manages and Develops new business with larger clients; 
    • Creates client retention strategies with a goal of securing clients into term agreements of 3 years or longer; 
    • Maintains active interactions with clients and prioritizes activities with key clients; 
    • Provides high-end consulting and audit/litigation support to larger clients regarding employment and compensation discrimination, and affirmative action planning; 
    • Advises clients on employment discrimination statues/regulations and EEO and OFCCP reporting guidelines; 
    • Develops legal strategy for clients during audit/litigation and communicates with multiple stakeholders, including clients, federal agencies, and lawyers, about all aspects of the project; 
    • Monitors multiple projects and project deadlines simultaneously; 
    • Maintains current knowledge of relevant statutes, regulations, court cases, etc. by reading and participating in professional development; 
    • Develops and conducts training or information sessions on employment discrimination regulations and EEO and OFCCP reporting requirements; 
    • Takes lead authorship and supervise employees at lower positions on multiple technical DCI publications such as the OFCCP Blogspot, various white papers or journal articles; 
    • Presents on technical issues at external, HR risk management conferences; 
    • Strengthens national reputation as an expert in one of DCIs core areas.

    Job Requirements

    Education: Master or Doctorate in I-O psychology, or related field

    Experience: 10+ years of work experience in HR risk management, or related field with 3+ years of management experience


    • Attention to Detail
    • Relationship Building
    • HR Risk Management
    • Oral and Written Communication
    • Professional Development
    • Project Management
    • Software Expertise
    • People Management
    • Supporting the DCI Mission

    How to Apply

    DCI offers an attractive compensation package, a dynamic work environment, and a wide range of unique and interesting projects in the EEO context. To apply for this position, please send your resume



  • 07/21/2016 3:41 PM | Anonymous


    Location: McLean, VA

    About the Organization

    SAIC is a leading provider of technical, engineering and enterprise information technology services to the U.S. government. Our 13,000 employees deliver systems engineering and information technology offerings for large, complex government programs, as well as a broad range of higher-end, differentiated technology services. The company is headquartered in McLean, Va. For more information, visit SAIC’s Corporate HR Organization is currently seeking a full-time analyst to work with its People Analytics Team. In this unique position, the selected candidate will obtain hands-on experience in designing, developing, and deploying analytics solutions for SAIC’s global HR organization.

    About the Job

    SAIC’s Corporate HR Organization is currently seeking a full-time analyst to work with its People Analytics Team. In this unique position, the selected candidate will obtain hands-on experience in designing, developing, and deploying analytics solutions for SAIC’s global HR organization.

    Specific responsibilities include:

    Supports People Analytics team through the creation, maintenance, and quality assurance of key human resources data sets, reports, and metrics. Leverages consultative expertise and data analytics to aid HR COEs in aligning their operational activities with their strategic goals. Serves as domain expert for human capital analytics; develops sophisticated predictive/regression analytics & data modeling. Creates and presents analytical presentations and metrics in support of line HR teams and Line leadership.

    Job Qualifications:

    Required Skills:

    Strong analytical, logic/reasoning skills required. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to translate business requirements into quantitative analysis.

    Functional skills required:

    Experienced in reporting, statistics, metrics and analytics. Excellent communication and presentation skills required as well as the ability to effectively explain metrics to all levels in the organization

    Technical skills required:

    Data management and analytics systems and software experience (SQL, Hyperion, MS Access, Tableau, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Word)

    Ideal Candidate

    The ideal candidate will possess strong attention to detail, analytical acumen, intellectual curiosity, a proven work ethic, and good communication skills. The candidate will be a strategic thinker as well as proficient in tactical data manipulation, algorithm development. have strong organizational skills, and be a proven problem solver.
    US Citizenship Required

    How to Apply

    For more information about the position, please contact Bill Permison at

    To apply, please visit the job posting (Job Number 420143) here:

  • 07/21/2016 3:36 PM | Anonymous

    Office of Personnel Management 

    Location: Washington DC, DC 

    Work Schedule is Full Time - Indefinite 

    Opened Monday 7/18/2016 

    Closes Friday 7/22/2016

    About the Organization

    The U.S. Office of Personnel Management is the President's agent and advisor for the Government's human resources management systems. Our key responsibility is to ensure these systems support agencies in recruiting, hiring and retaining a merit-based, high-quality, diverse workforce necessary to meet the needs of the American people. 

    About the Job

    This Intern position is part of the Pathways Program within the Office of Personnel Management, Planning and Policy Analysis (PPA), Survey Analysis Group. The Pathways Internship Program targets students accepted for enrollment or currently enrolled in a degree-seeking program in an accredited educational institution, on at least a half-time basis. At the successful conclusion of this program, you may be eligible for non-competitive conversion to a Federal career or career-conditional position.

    PPA provides direct support to the Director, U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and the agency in the analysis of policy options, administrative and legislative initiatives. The organization is also responsible for providing the Director with the analyses needed to assess trends and issues impacting OPM, other Federal agencies and departments, and the Federal workforce. Survey Analysis is responsible for overseeing the administration and analysis of Government-wide Federal employee surveys. This group ensures surveys conducted by OPM use proper techniques (sampling, question design, etc.) and that results of surveys are analyzed in a timely methodologically sound manner. Additionally, this group is responsible for conducting research that links employee engagement to performance outcomes across the Federal Government that specifically focuses on program outcome goals. 

    Job Duties

    • Assists teams in executing research and data analysis;
    • Apply survey and research data analysis techniques in areas of human resource, program management, and strategic workforce management;
    • Assists team members and other internal and external OPM organizational groups on projects that have survey research or data analysis implications;
    • Assist with some phases of the research and data analysis process;
    • Assist with disseminating results of research projects in a wide range of venues, including publications, peer reviewed journals, summary manuscripts, and special reports;
    • Works as an assistant and team member to ensure the smooth operation of projects;
    • Maintains liaison with representatives of other organizations to keep abreast of developments in the application of mathematical statistical techniques to surveys.

    Job Requirements

    • Suitable for Federal employment, determined by a background investigation
    • Males born after 12-31-59 must be registered for Selective Service
    • Relevant experience (see Qualifications below)
    • Intern Program Eligible (see Intern Eligibility below)
    • U.S. Citizen

    Job Qualifications

    To be qualified for this position, applicants must meet the following program requirement:

    • Enrolled or accepted for enrollment and seeking a degree (diploma, certificate, degree) in a qualifying education institution, on a full or half-time bases (as defined by the institution in which the student is enrolled).

    Salary Range: $43,684.00 to $56,790.00 / Per Year

    Series & Grade: GS-0399-07/07

    How to Apply

    To apply for this position, visit:


  • 07/21/2016 3:30 PM | Anonymous

    U.S. Office of Personnel Management

    Location: Washington DC (Denver, CO, Jacksonville, FL,  Kansas City, MO, or Nashville, TN will also be considered)

    Open Period: 7/18/2016 to 8/1/2016

    About the Job

    The Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) HR Solutions (HRS) Assessment & Evaluation Branch (AEB) has two Supervisory Personnel Research Psychologist positions available.   AEB provides assessment services on a reimbursable basis to other Federal agencies and offers a fast-paced environment where your duties and responsibilities require interacting at all levels, across multiple offices, within and external to HRS and OPM. AEB has three sections. The anticipated positions are in AEB's Selection and Promotion Assessment (SPA) section and Leadership and Workforce Development Assessment (LWDA) section.  

    SPA develops, validates, and administers cognitive and non-cognitive competency assessments for selection, promotion, and diagnostic purposes to include written and non-written tests, job knowledge tests, performance tests, and computer simulations; and conducts job analyses and provides assessment training and support.   

    LWDA develops, validates, and administers leadership and workforce planning assessments to assess leader and employee effectiveness by targeting competencies, personality, and leadership potential and conducts competency modeling and gap analysis for workforce training and development.   

    Typical duties include, but are not limited to:

    • Direct a highly specialized staff and serve as the principal advisor on matters pertaining to research and assessment.   
    • Manage the reimbursable business to ensure the delivery of high quality assessments and achieve full cost recovery including generating new business, maintaining customer relations, and managing the section's budget.  
    • Consult with individuals across OPM on topics related to assessments and advise agencies and internal senior management on implementing assessment strategies.  
    • Plan and direct reimbursable research, analysis, and evaluation in human resources management, industrial/organizational and/or applied social psychology and develop proposals for assessment services.  
    • Oversee the development and administration of developmental leadership and gap assessments or internet based assessment tools used for selection and promotion.  

    Job Requirements

    Key Requirements:

    • U.S. Citizen
    • Suitable for Federal employment, determined by a background investigation
    • Males born after 12-31-59 must be registered for Selective Service
    • Relevant experience (see Qualifications below)
    • Must complete initial online questionnaire and additional assessment(s)
    • Salary does not include locality pay and will differ based on the location.

    Job Qualifications

    Basic Requirement:  Applicants must have successfully completed a full 4-year course of study in an accredited or pre-accredited academic institution leading to a bachelor's or higher degree with a major or equivalent in psychology to receive further consideration.

    In addition to meeting the Basic Requirements, applicants must have one year of experience (equivalent to the GS-14 level) that demonstrates all of the following:  

    • Using advanced knowledge of the principles, theories and methods of industrial/organizational psychology or applied social psychology or equivalent fields (e.g., applied research/evaluation) to develop practical solutions to human resource management problems;
    • Administering large scale assessment services, in areas such as test development and validation, job analysis, competency modeling, survey development and delivery, and leadership assessment;
    • Managing assessment research through its various phases to completion; and
    • Performing project lead functions including staff planning, direction and evaluation (i.e., setting priorities, determining resource requirements, organizing work, establishing deadlines, monitoring progress, and evaluating outcomes).

    Specialized experience must demonstrate the following: 

    • Technical Competency:  Experience managing complex and large scale applied research projects that involve areas such as developing and validating assessment procedures; performing statistical analyses; implementing leadership 360s and/or other leadership assessments; conducting occupational analyses; and designing and implementing assessment strategies.  This includes experience as a project or team leader or supervisor where you provided direction to team members, set priorities, provided advice, counsel and instruction, as needed; and reviewed and evaluated work for technical adequacy.


    • Financial Management:  Experience planning and monitoring project or program budgets to include experience in negotiating funding with management or agency officials; monitoring budget progression including overages or underutilization; reviewing, analyzing and organizing budget estimates into a comprehensive budget; and determining pricing for operational activities.

    Salary: $102,646 to $133,444  plus locality adjustment/ Per Year

    Series & Grade: GS-0180-15

    How to Apply:

    For a full description and to apply, visit:

  • 07/12/2016 2:50 PM | Anonymous

    Transportation Security Administration

    Location: Arlington, VA

    Open Period: 7/7/2016 to 7/20/2016

    Salary: $91,747.00 - $142,203.00 / Per Year

    Series & Grade: SV-1712-G/H

    About the Job

    This Personnel Psychologist position is located in the Workforce Assessments Branch of the Planning, Assessments, and Classification Division, Office of Human Capital (OHC) Human Capital Policy and Management Directorate, Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS). If selected for this position, you will serve as the principal lead for employee surveys, responsible for managing the survey program and leading the survey team to conduct large-scale surveys (i.e., samples >1000) of employee attitudes and behaviors. Typical duties include, but are not limited to:

    • Developing valid and reliable survey items to measure employee engagement, satisfaction, and related attitudes, as well as collect information to support job analyses.
    • Coordinating survey administration and data collection across the agency.
    • Conducting complex statistical analyses on survey data.
    • Developing theories based on research literature and testing models to understand and predict employee engagement, satisfaction, attrition, and related attitudes and behaviors.
    • Interpreting survey results to develop recommendations for leadership and inform action planning.
    • Interpreting data and communicating technical information (e.g., results, recommendations) to non-technical and senior level audiences.

    The major duties described above reflect the full performance level of this position. Typically, the lower Pay Band (Pay Band G) performs the same duties but will receive more guidance and training; and/or projects/work assignments may be less complex.

    Job Requirements

    Key Requirements:

    • You must possess U.S. Citizenship or be a U.S. National.
    • You must complete a favorable Background Investigation (BI).
    • You must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Clearance.
    • Selective Service registration is required.

    BASIC REQUIREMENT: Applicants must have a four year degree with a major or equivalent in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, or a related field, for this position. You must attach copies of your transcripts to this application to verify your degree(s). These can be unofficial copies.

    To qualify for the SV-J Pay Band (equivalent to GS-14), you must have one year of specialized experience at the SV-I Pay Band or GS-13 in the Federal service or equivalent experience in the private sector. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE is defined as experience that has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position. Such experience includes applying knowledge of industrial/organizational psychology and demonstrated experience in developing and analyzing large-scale personnel surveys.

    How to Apply:

    For a full description and to apply, visit:

  • 07/12/2016 2:25 PM | Anonymous
    Fors Marsh Group LLC

    Location: Arlington, VA

    About the Organization

    Fors Marsh Group LLC (FMG) is an applied research consulting firm based in Northern Virginia. Our primary mission is to leverage insights from the social and behavioral sciences for improved organizational decision-making. As a thriving small business, we are committed to providing growth opportunities to our employees, expanding their areas of competence, and challenging them to provide the best possible research for our clients.

    About the Job

    FMG is seeking an intelligent, motivated, and experienced researcher to join our organizational research team. This job is best suited for an individual with a strong research background, excellent problem-solving skills, and a keen attention to detail. The ideal candidate also continuously strives to learn and develop and enjoys working in a highly collaborative environment. This individual’s primary responsibilities would be to provide subject matter expertise and oversee multiple research studies.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Managing multiple concurrent research projects throughout their entire lifecycle (i.e., design, execution, analysis, reporting), including monitoring adherence to budgets.
    • Drawing upon own subject matter expertise and knowledge of research methods to contribute to various research efforts.
    • Communicating clearly and professionally with clients in order to understand and meet their needs while managing expectations.
    • Preparing written reports and delivering professional briefings that summarize research findings.
    • Disseminating research findings to a variety of audiences.
    • Conducting quality control of the work of self and others in research team.
    • Participating in strategic planning meetings and assisting with the procurement of future work.

    Job Qualifications

    • Graduate degree in psychology, organizational behavior, or related discipline (PhD preferred).
    • 2-3 years of applied research experience, including leading research projects.
    • Expertise in quantitative research methods. Training in qualitative methods a plus.
    • Demonstrated record of technical and business writing.
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
    • Ability to work effectively both independently and collaboratively.
    • High level of proficiency in at least one statistical analysis software package (Stata preferred).
    • Open to learning new research methods and subject matter areas.
    • Experience operating in a contracting environment and interacting with federal government clients a plus.
    • Applicants may be subject to a low-level government security investigation and must meet eligibility criteria for access to sensitive information.

    We Offer:

    • Significant professional growth opportunities.
    • A collaborative and engaging small business environment where staff are self-motivated and enthusiastic about their field of study.
    • A company culture promoting work/life balance.
    • Highly competitive benefit/compensation package.
    How to Apply

    All completed submissions must include a resume, cover letter and salary requirements. To apply online, please visit:

  • 06/27/2016 8:00 AM | Anonymous

    Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)

    Location: Washington, D.C.

    Note: Applications for this position must be received by July 1, 2016

    About the Organization

    Are you an assessment professional looking for an exciting opportunity for challenging research and development work? We are looking for you to join us at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

    The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 (Dodd-Frank Act) established the Consumer Bureau.  The central mission of the CFPB is to make markets for consumer financial products and services work for Americans.

    What We’re Looking For:

    The position works in the Office of Human Capital, on the Talent Staffing team.  As an Employee Assessment Specialist/Personnel Psychologist, you will be responsible for advising hiring managers on the use of assessments; developing assessment materials and administering assessments for employee selection; analyzing the assessment program and employee selection results, and serving as an assessment specialist resource within the Talent Staffing team.

    Job Duties

    As an Employee Assessment Specialist, you will:

    • Collaborate with hiring officials to create strategies, tools and assessments to optimize and streamline applicant screening. Strategies and tools can include behavioral interviewing, performance tests, and candidate screening questions.
    • Analyze job requirements and content to establish criteria for classification, selection and other related personnel functions.
    • Develop psychometrically sound and useful tools, including interview techniques, applicant assessment rating scales to assess skills and abilities for the purposes of employee selection.
    • Develop surveys and scales and uses survey methodology to assess employee opinion, organizational climate and culture.

    Job Requirements

    You must meet the following requirements within 30 days of the closing date of this announcement.

    Specialized Experience at the CN-53 level: You must have one year of specialized experience at or equivalent to the CN-52 level. (For qualification purposes, CN-52 is broadly equivalent to the GS-12 level.) For this position, specialized experience is defined as development and application of quality and effective assessment tools to support individual and organizational decision making (e.g. employee selection). This experience should reflect direct experience (1) analyzing candidate/applicant and employee assessment challenges and identifying cost-effective screening and assessment tools; (2) leading research studies to develop or identify and implement assessment tools for human resources decision making; (3) applying competency-based tools and strategies for employee selection and development purposes and (4) recommending and conducting other organizational assessments to support an organization's goals and mission.

    Specialized Experience at the CN-52 level: You must have one year of specialized experience at or equivalent to the CN-51 level. (For qualification purposes, CN-51 is broadly equivalent to the GS-11 level.) For this position, specialized experience is defined as experience assisting in the development and application of high quality and effective assessment tools to support individual and organizational decision making (e.g., employee selection). This experience should reflect direct experience (1) analyzing candidate and employee assessment challenges and identifying cost-effective screening and assessment tools; and (2) leading or supporting research studies to develop or identify and implement assessment tools for human resources decision making and (3) recommending and conducting organizational assessments to support an organization's goals and mission;

    Specialized Experience at the CN-51 level: You must have one year of specialized experience at or equivalent to the CN-40 level. (For qualification purposes, CN-40 is broadly equivalent to the GS-9 level.) For this position, specialized experience is defined as experience assisting in the application of quality and effective assessment tools to support individual and organizational decision making. This experience should reflect direct experience (1) analyzing candidate and employee assessment challenges and assisting in the identification of cost-effective screening and assessment tools; (2) supporting research studies to develop or identify and implement assessment tools for human resources decision making and (3) conducting organizational assessments to support a division’s goals. AND

    Education Requirements: You must have successfully completed a full 4-year course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's degree that included a major field of study (i.e., amount of credit hours equivalent to 24 semester hours) or equivalent in psychology. You MUST submit a copy of your transcripts or equivalent.

    The education generally must be from an accredited (or pre-accredited) college or university recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. The experience may have been gained in either the public or private sector or volunteer service. One year of experience refers to full-time work; part-time work is considered on a prorated basis. To ensure full credit for your work experience, please indicate dates of employment by month/year, and indicate number of hours worked per week on your résumé.

    How to Apply

    The position is being filled at grade level 51, 52 or 53 (broadly equivalent to federal General Schedule GS-9,11,13).  See vacancy announcement(s) for full details or to apply on or before July 1, 2016:

  • 06/27/2016 7:57 AM | Anonymous

    Global Skills X-Change (GSX)

    Location: Washington, DC Metro Area 

    About the Organization

    Global Skills X-Change is a professional services firm the specializes in designing workforce and educational strategies and processes, which allow customers to meet their specific performance goals. The GSX core business model revolves around defining functional competency models and developing valid and reliable assessment tools as the foundation of credentialing and educational programs.

    About the Job

    GSX is looking to hire an experienced Industrial/Organizational Psychologist for an on-site position within a government agency. The position will support a Research and Assessment Division. Ideal candidates will have a strong understanding of development, implementation, and maintenance of effective assessments for personnel selection, promotion, career development, and organizational effectiveness.

    Job Responsibilities

    • Develop and validate personnel selection tools
    • Utilize qualitative and quantitative research approaches to answer practical questions
    • Analyze HR data related to hiring, retention, and workforce analysis
    • Participate in research studies to evaluate the effectiveness of existing systems and tools
    • Draft technical and non-technical reports

    Job Qualifications

    • Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology required
    • Ten years of professional experience required
    • Proficient in Excel and SPSS
    • Must currently possess an active Secret clearance

    How to Apply

    If interested, please send your resume to:

  • 06/27/2016 7:52 AM | Anonymous

    Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

    Location: Washington, D.C.

    About the Organization

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is looking for the best and brightest to join our team. Our mission includes advocating for investors who seek to secure a future for their family, providing guidance and regulations for the nation's securities industry in an increasingly global market, and taking action with an eye toward promoting the capital formation necessary to sustain economic growth.

    The primary mission of OEEO is to foster equality of employment opportunity so that SEC employees and applicants have the working environment that supports them in their efforts to protect investors and maintain the integrity of the securities markets.

     About the Job

    This position is in the Office of Equal Employment Opportunity (OEEO) located in Washington, DC.

    If selected, you will join a well-respected team that serves as a Management and Program Analyst (Data Analyst).

    Typical Duties Include:

    • Provide statistical advice and recommendations concerning statistical methods and procedures as applied to the analysis of workforce demographics and other data;
    • Design the methods, tools, and execution plans for studies, surveys, and/or focus groups;
    • Pull and collect data, prepare that data for analysis, and conduct statistical analysis using a variety of statistical tests;
    • Evaluate large databases of workforce data to produce accurate analysis and reports, studies, dashboards and briefing materials that reflect the Agency's progress in identifying and eliminating barriers to equality of opportunity.
    • Utilize a wide-range of available data sources, including comparing Agency data against other financial regulatory agencies, the federal government and the securities and financial industry, to identify trends, statistical significance and potential barriers to equal employment opportunity.
    • Identify additional data sources and relevant benchmarks to measure and evaluate program effectiveness.
    • Present complex data in a manner utilizing effective data visualization methods, including line, pie, bar and other innovative tools.
    • Respond to requests from internal stakeholders for ad hoc studies and reports.
    • Collaborate with internal and external partners to gather and interpret data as well as improve data collection processes.
    •  Collaborate on the preparation of special studies and reports reflecting the status of OEEO programs and projects, such as barrier analyses.

    Job Qualifications

    All qualification requirements, including time-in-grade, must be met by the closing date of this announcement.

    Time-in-grade for this announcement is one year at the GS/SK-14 level.

    Qualifying experience may be obtained in the private or public sector. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social).  Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment.  You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. Additional qualifications information can be found here.


    SK-14:  Applicant must have at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS/SK-13 using various methods to analyze data sets of various sizes from a variety of sources, assessing the significance of data, and providing program recommendations based on the analysis to senior management; assessing the impact of data collection methods on results and identifying relevant benchmarks; developing and/or interpreting internal and/or external reporting requirements; presenting complex data in a manner accessible to non-experts and laypersons; and collaborating with others to interpret data, draft recommendations, and assess the impact of actions taken.

    How to Apply

    For more details and to apply online, visit:

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