Management Analyst
Department Of Housing And Urban Development - Washington, DC

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The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has as its primary mission the detection and deterrence of fraud, waste, and abuse in the administration of over $30 billion in Federal funds each year by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD).

Through its programs, largely carried out by thousands of approved lenders and public housing authorities throughout the United States, HUD expands housing opportunities for American families by extending such benefits as mortgage insurance and rental subsidies for qualified persons. Employees of the OIG help to ensure that HUD funds are used only for the purposes for which they are intended, thereby ensuring maximum benefit to the American public. HUD OIG is recruiting to build, sustain, and deploy a skilled, knowledgeable, diverse, and high-performing workforce to meet the current and emerging needs of government and its citizens.

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The incumbent serves as a Management Analyst in the Resource Management Division, Office of Management, and is responsible for providing staff support to the Director. The incumbent is responsible for organizing and coordinating administrative services programs that may include, but are not limited to: building, custodial, and labor services, property management, space management, occupational safety and health, physical and personnel security, emergency planning, printing and graphics, forms management, records management, supply services, contract monitoring, coordination of various programs, special reports, and studies. Prepares instructional manuals, operating policies and procedures, and directives to carry out programs.

Management Analyst duties include:
Monitoring major contracts for various administrative services and programs awarded by the OIG.

Ensuring that work is performed according to contract time frames and specifications.

Assisting in the formulation of required contract documents, i.e.. purchase request, acquisition planning information, and other pre-solicitation documents; Justifications, statements of work, technical and management proposals and associated and required documents.

Reviewing invoices and IPAC billing statements to ensure billings are in accordance with contract specifications and properly reflected in the accounting records according to HUD procedures.

Reconciling accounting system records with billing statements.

Keeping supervisor and upper management informed of the contractor’s progress and any problems involving deviation from the scope of work, time schedules and project costs.

Undertaking special assignments which impact overall administrative operations of the OIG, especially those that relate to services provided under major contracts.

Establishing contacts, resources, and methods necessary to accomplish the special assignment and maintain oversight of all related activities pertinent to the assignment to ensure results are achieved.

Serving as an expert of management analyst theories and techniques in order to study and analyze organizational methods, procedures and processes utilized by the OIG.

Participating in broad inter- and intra-agency studies or current operations, including the study of regulations and existing operating procedures governing the operations.

Preparing reports explaining recommendations for changes in procedures and introduction of different types of office equipment.

Monitoring existing plans, developing mechanisms to project future program developments and needs, keeping abreast of and conducting research relevant to programs, and developing strategies and plans to accomplish long-range goals.

Planing, scheduling, and conducting projects and studies to evaluate and recommend ways to improve interrelated issues of effectiveness, efficiency and productivity of substantive programs and work operations.

Developing conclusions, options, and recommendations that take into account and give appropriate weight to uncertainties about the data and other variables that affect long-range program performance.

Developing procedures and systems for establishing, operating, and assessing the effectiveness of administrative control systems such as those designed to prevent waste, loss, unauthorized use, or misappropriation of assets.

In order for your application to be considered, you must meet the following requirements by the closing date of this announcement:

For the GS-13 level: Fifty-two (52) weeks of experience at the GS-12 level or equivalent in Federal service, that is directly related to the position and which has equipped the candidate with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position. Specialized experience is defined as independent review of major contracts for various administrative services and programs; reconciling billing statements; ability to analyze organizational methods and recommend solutions to issues that may arise.

For the GS-12 level: Fifty-two (52) weeks of experience at the GS-11 level or equivalent in Federal service, that is directly related to the position and which has equipped the candidate with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position. Specialized experience is defined as participating in the review of major contracts for various administrative services and programs; reconciling billing statements; analyzing assigned parts of an organizational method or process and recommending recommend solutions to issues that may arise.

Experience may have been gained in either the public or private sector.

One year of experience refers to full-time work; part-time work is considered on a prorated basis.

Your application includes your:
1. Resume,

2. Responses to the online questions, and

3. Required supporting documents.

We use a multi-step process to evaluate and refer applicants:
1. Minimum Requirements : Your application must show that you meet all requirements, including the education and/or experience required for this position. You will be found "not qualified" if you do not possess the minimum competencies required for the position. If your application is incomplete, we will rate you as ineligible.
2. Rating : Your application will be evaluated in the following areas:

(1) Ability to communicate effectively, in writing and in person, to present technical findings to varied audiences, exchange ideas, defend rationale, present recommendations, and negotiate solutions to sensitive issues.

(2) Knowledge of federal contract and procurement regulations, procedures, and policies.

(3) Ability to identify and thoroughly analyze problems to recommend solutions.

We may lower your rating if your responses to the online questions are not supported by the education and/or experience described in your application. Category Rating will be used to rank and select eligible candidates. If qualified, you will be assigned to one of three categories, A, B, or C, depending on your experience and education related to this position. Veterans' preference is applied after applicants are assessed. Preference-eligibles will be listed at the top of their assigned category and considered before non-preference-eligibles in that category. 3. Referral: If you are among the top qualified candidates and eligible for selection, your application will be referred to a selecting official for consideration and possible interview. If you are a displaced or surplus Federal employee, (eligible for the Career Transition Assistance Plan (CTAP)/Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan (ICTAP)), you must be rated in the second category or better to be considered as well qualified to receive special selection priority. We recommend that you preview the online questions for this announcement before you start the application process.
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Our comprehensive benefits are some of the most generous. Explore the major benefits offered to most Federal employees at

  • Relocation expenses will not be paid.
  • This announcement may be used to fill one or more vacancies.
  • Selections may be made from this announcement13-HUDIG-018P, 13-HUDIG-016A, or from any other appropriate source.
  • If you are retired from the Federal Government and are selected for this vacancy, your retirement annuity may be offset from your pay.
  • The HUD OIG has contracted with the Treasury's Bureau of the Public Debt (BPD) to provide certain personnel services to its organization. BPD's responsibilities include advertising the vacancies, accepting and handling applications, and extending job offers.
If selected for this position you will be required to:
  • Go through a Personal Identity Verification (PIV) process that requires two forms of identification from the Form I-9 . Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 requires verification of the identity and employment eligibility of all new hires in the United States. If your identity and employment eligibility cannot be confirmed, you may be terminated.
  • Complete a one year probationary period (unless already completed).
  • Complete a Declaration for Federal Employment and pass a pre-employment inquiry regarding your suitability for Federal employment.
  • If you are a male applicant born after Dec. 31, 1959, certify that you have registered with the Selective Service System or are exempt from this requirement.
  • Pass a detailed background investigation.
  • Provide a confidential financial disclosure statement. - 21 months ago - save job - copy to clipboard - block
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