Who May Apply:
Applications will be accepted from current NLRB employees, nationwide, with
Do you have experience
reviewing public and confidential financial disclosure reports?
Do you want to counsel
employees at all levels on federal government ethics laws and regulations?
Are you interested in
helping develop an ethics education program?
This detail is located in the Ethics, Employment, and Administrative Law Branch, Division of Legal Counsel, Office of the General Counsel in Washington, DC however this position may be performed remotely at the selectees current duty station.
More than one selection may be made as a result of this vacancy announcement.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen.
- Relocation expenses will not be paid.
- This is a non-bargaining unit position.
The incumbent will:
· review public and confidential disclosure reports and work directly with official to ensure discrepancies are resolved;
· provide guidance to Agency employees concerning government-wide, and Agency specific, ethics standards;
· liaise with the various Agency offices so that ethics information is distributed to Agency employees;
· perform research and analysis related to the ethics program and policies; and
· assist with the development of the NLRB's Ethics Education Program.
At the GS-14 level the incumbent will be a Senior Ethics Specialist. At this level, the incumbent is regarded as a technical authority on ethics issues.
DETAIL REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must currently or have previously held the grade to which they are applying.
Applications will be accepted from current NLRB employees. You
must submit your most recent SF-50 to be considered. Please ensure your SF-50
verifies your status (i.e; Tenure code, Type of Appointment, Position Occupied,
Grade and Step).
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:
If you meet the qualification requirements described above, you will be further evaluated and a determination made about the extent to which your education, experience, training, awards and performance appraisal indicate your possession of the competencies described below:
- Knowledge of federal ethics laws and regulations.
- Skill in interpersonal and oral communication.
- Skill in written communication.
The NLRB provides a comprehensive benefits package to its employees, including on site health unit services (certain offices), fitness center, credit union, and a multi-faceted Employee Assistance Program.
Males born after 12-31-59 must be registered or exempt from Selective Service (see www.sss.gov ).
This detail may be converted to a permanent position without further competition.
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