FULL PERFORMANCE LEVEL: GS-13
MORE THAN ONE POSITION MAY BE FILLED THROUGH THIS ANNOUNCEMENT.
AREA OF CONSIDERATION: Open to All Sources.
PLEASE NOTE: To ensure safe and timely
receipt of your application, we encourage applicants to submit an electronic
application to EOPJOBS@OA.EOP.GOV
or fax it to (202)395-1194/1262. We cannot guarantee that applications
mailed will be received by the closing date of this announcement.
DUTIES: Serves as a management analyst
in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Administration Office. The
incumbent assists with conducting analyses and studies to examine budget,
general management, financial management, general support services, information
technology, human resources, and other related internal administrative
or management programs. Advises OMB management officials on administrative
and management procedures. Resolves management and administrative policy
issues, and renders advice and assistance in the administration of operating
guidelines, coordination of the office’s efforts with other internal
activities, and in communicating policies and priorities.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Applicants
must have a minimum of one year of specialized experience at a level of
difficulty and responsibility comparable to the next lower grade in the
Federal service. Specialized experience is experience directly related
to the work of the position to be filled, which has equipped the applicant
with the particular knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform
the duties of the position. NOTE: This announcement contains Selective
Factors that are considered a basic requirement of the position. Applicants
who do not meet these factors WILL NOT receive further consideration.
SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION FOR EXPERIENCE:
For GS-09: 2 years of progressively higher level graduate
education leading to a master’s degree or equivalent graduate degree
at an accredited college or university.
If graduate education is substituted for the required
specialized experience, it must demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and
abilities necessary to perform the duties of this position. Equivalent
combinations of education and specialized experience may be qualifying.
SELECTIVE FACTORS: Candidates should
prepare, using specific examples, a brief description of their qualifications
as they relate to each of the selective factors listed below. Failure
to address these factors WILL result in a rating of INELIGIBLE. Candidates
who do not meet these factors are ineligible for this position.
1. Knowledge of and ability to apply management and administrative
principles, theories, and concepts to perform a variety of duties.
QUALITY RANKING FACTORS: Candidates must
prepare, using specific examples, a brief description of their qualifications
as they relate to each of the quality ranking factors listed below. Each
candidate who meets the minimum qualifications and the Selective Factors
listed above, will be rated and ranked based on their responses to the
Quality Ranking Factors listed below. Failure to address these factors
WILL result in a rating of INELIGIBLE.
1. Strong organization and analytical skills.
2. Skill in dealing effectively with others, including
a high degree of confidentiality, diplomacy, and good human relations
3. Demonstrated ability to work independently, taking
initiative, set priorities among assignments and meet short deadlines
with high quality work.
BASIS OF RATING: No written test is required.
Applicants will be rated based on an evaluation of their experience/education
as described in the application AND on their responses to the Selective
and Quality Ranking Factors listed above.
APPLICANTS SHOULD ADDRESS EACH SELECTIVE FACTOR
AND EACH QUALITY RANKING FACTOR SEPARATELY ON PLAIN PAPER.
STATUS APPLICANTS: Current Federal employees
serving under permanent appointments in the competitive service, or former
Federal employees with reinstatement eligibility, will be considered under
the agency's Merit Promotion procedures. Those status applicants who want
to receive consideration under the competitive delegated authority procedures
of this announcement must submit two applications. Mark one application
"Merit Promotion" and the other "Delegated Examining."
NOTE: Applicants who do not indicate
their lowest acceptable grade/salary will be considered only at the highest
grade for which they qualify. For example, if you qualify at the GS-11
level, and you have not indicated that you would accept a lower grade,
you will be only considered at the GS-11 level.
HOW TO APPLY:
ALL APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
• OF 612, Optional Application for Federal Employment; -OR-
• Resume or other written format that includes the information identified
in OF-510, Applying for a Federal Job;
OTHER REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:
• If you are a current or former Federal Employee please provide
your latest SF-50 “Notification of Personnel Action” and your
most recent Performance Appraisal;
• On a separate sheet, a narrative summary of your experience and/or
education which concisely addresses each of the Selective and Quality
Ranking Factors listed above.
IF YOU ARE CLAIMING VETERAN’S PREFERENCE:
• You must clearly identify your claim for veteran’s preference
on your application
• If claiming 5 point veteran’s preference, you must submit
a copy of your DD 214 or other proof of entitlement;
• If claiming 10 point veteran’s preference (based on service
connected disability), you must submit a copy of your DD 214, and SF 15,
and a copy of your Department of Veterans Affairs letter dated within
the last 12 months (or other required proof).
• Applicants will be notified of receipt of application and again
at the point of selection/non-selection by the servicing personnel office.
• Failure to submit all required documents and information requested
by the closing date of this announcement may result in your not receiving
full consideration. Applicant’s qualifications will be evaluated
solely on the information submitted in their applications.
• FAVORABLE SECURITY SCREENING: This position requires the selectee
to obtain and maintain an Executive Office of the President (EOP) favorable
security determination as a prerequisite to employment. EOP's offer of
employment is conditional until the selectee passes a drug screen, pre-employment
security interviews, appropriate credit checks, a criminal background
record and identification check, and the EOP exercises its discretion
to grant the selectee a favorable security determination. Any employment
offer EOP management extends prior to a favorable security determination
is merely tentative, and the EOP expressly reserves the right to rescind
the tentative employment offer at any time before the selectee's start
• The applicant tentatively selected for this position will be required
to urinalysis to screen for illegal drug use prior to appointment. After
appointment, the employee will be included in the agency’s random
drug testing program.
• As a condition of employment, candidates appointed, competitively
promoted or reassigned are required to enroll and participate in Direct
Deposit/Electronic Funds Transfer.
• Male applicants born after December 31, 1959 must certify at the
time of appointment that they have registered with the Selective Service
System, or are exempt from having to do so under Selective Service Law.
• Under Executive Order 11935, only United States citizens and nationals
(residents of American Samoa and Swains Island) may compete for civil
• Applications will also be accepted electronically.
Please submit your application to EOPJOBS@OA.EOP.GOV.
• Applications must be received by the closing date.
• Applicants submitting applications in postage-paid Government
envelopes are reminded of the legal prohibition against the use of such
envelopes or other Government property for other than officially approved
activities. These prohibitions are contained in 18 U.S.C.1719.
• Applications will not be returned.
• You must include the announcement number on your application.
• Applicants will be accepted from all qualified
persons. Consideration will be extended without discrimination for any
non-merit reasons, such as race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation,
national origin, political affiliation, marital status, age, membership
or non-membership in employee organizations, or non-disqualifying physical
handicap. Disabled applicants, Disabled Veterans or any other applicants
eligible for non-competitive appointment under special appointing authorities
not requiring competitive status are eligible to apply to announcements
limited to status candidates and should clearly specify their special
eligibility on their application.
• Users of Telecommunications Devices for the Deaf
(TDD) may call (202) 395-1160.
• This agency provides reasonable accommodations
to applicants with disabilities.
If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of
the application and hiring process, please notify the agency. The decision
on granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis.
1. Displaced employees requesting special selection priority
consideration under the Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program
(ICTAP). If you are a displaced Federal employee, you may be entitled
to receive priority consideration under the ICTAP. To receive consideration
2. Be a displaced Federal employee. The following categories
of candidates below (A and/or B) are considered displaced employees. You
must submit a copy of the appropriate documentation such as RIF separation
notice, letter from OPM, or a Certificate of Separation from your agency
documenting your priority consideration status.
3. Former Military Reserve or National Guard Technicians
who are receiving a special Office of Personnel Management (OPM) disability
retirement under section 8337 (h), or 8456 of title 5 United States Code;
1. Current or former career or career-conditional (tenure
group 1 or 2) competitive service employees who: received a specific RIF
separation notice; or separate because of a compensable injury, whose
compensation has been terminated, and whose former agency certifies that
it is unable to place; or retired with a disability and whose disability
annuity has been or is being terminated; or upon receipt of a RIF separation
notice retired on the effective date of the RIF and submits a SF-50 that
indicates “Retirement in Lieu of RIF”; or under the discontinued
service retirement option; or was separated because he/she declined a
transfer of function or directed reassignment to another commuting area.
2. Be applying for a position at or below the grade level
of the position from which you were being separated. The position must
not have greater promotion potential than the position from which you
are being separated.
3. Have a current performance rating of record (or last)
of at least fully successful or equivalent (does not apply to candidates
who are eligible due to compensable injury or disability retirement).
4. Occupy or be displaced from a position in the same
local commuting area of the position for which you are requesting priority
5. File your application by the vacancy announcement closing
date and meet all the application criteria.
6. Be rated well qualified for the position. To be considered
well qualified you must earn a score of 90 or above (prior to the assignment
of veterans’ preference points) on the rating criteria developed
for this position. Applicants must address the selective and quality ranking
factors in order to receive a rating.