Working for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is more than a career. It is a commitment shared by more than 9,000 men and women representing a diverse range of professions, backgrounds, and specialties who are dedicated to conserving, protecting, and enhancing fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats. From the Arctic Ocean to the South Pacific, from the Atlantic to the Caribbean, Service personnel are working hard to ensure future generations will be able to enjoy nature's beauty and bounty.
The salary range given above includes base pay and locality pay; you will also receive a 7.18% Cost of Living Allowance. This allowance is subject to annual review, adjustment and gradual decrease.
For additional information about the U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) in Alaska , visit: FWS .
This position is located in Anchorage, Alaska. Information about locations within Alaska can be found at: Alaska .
This position is the Administrative Officer for the Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge.
This position is also being announced under R7-12-608979-JE
U.S. Citizenship Required
Be sure to read the "How to Apply" & "Required Documents" Sections.
As an Administrative Officer, you will:
Serve as the primary administrative resource.
Serve as the focal point for formulating, executing, and tracking budget.
Acquire necessary supplies, equipment, and construction.
Provide advice and guidance on regulations, policies, and procedures related to human resources management.
Be in charge of computer installation, configuration, and maintenance; property; files; mail; travel; payroll and similar programs.
For more information on the duties of this position contact the supervisor, Greg Risdahl at (907) 883-9401.
In order to be rated as qualified for this position, we must be able to determine that you meet the specialized experience requirement - be sure to include this information in your resume. To be creditable, this experience must have been for 1 year and equivalent in difficulty and complexity to the next lower grade of the position to be filled. (Your resume must show hours worked and, if the position was seasonal, the periods you worked.)
Examples of specialized experience for the GS-9: include tracking and monitoring financial and program trends, analyzing and interpreting current and historic data, and/or performing analytical evaluations on specific program requirements. A Master's degree or 2 full years of graduate education leading to such a degree or a combination of education and experience may be substituted for experience.
Applicants must meet the experience and/or education requirements, qualifications, and any selective placement factors that have been specified in the announcement by the closing date of this announcement.
All Federal employees must obtain and maintain a favorable background investigation/security clearance.
Direct Deposit is required.
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:
Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. Your rating will be based on your responses to the Job Specific Questionnaire and the information stated in your resume. If qualified, your score may range from 70-100 points. If you meet the qualification requirements, your application will be placed in one of three categories: Best Qualified, Highly Qualified, or Qualified. Within these categories, applicants eligible for veteran's preference will receive selection priority over non-veterans. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. The interviews may be conducted on a pass/fail basis or may be scored. The job specific questions relate to the following knowledge, skills and abilities required to do the work of this position.
Skill in budget formulation, execution, analysis, and reporting through written narratives and reports.
Knowledge of procurement regulations to develop documents necessary for competitive purchase of supplies, equipment, and services.
Knowledge of a variety of administrative policies and procedures.
Ability to interpret and apply policies and regulations related to human resource management and convey information to managers.
Knowledge of maintenance needs of a networked information technology (IT) system.
To explore the major benefits offered to most Federal employees, visit the Office of Personnel Management's website at: Benefits .
Government housing is available.
Travel and relocation expenses will be paid in accordance with the Federal Travel Regulations and Departmental policy (including home buyout).
Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP) and Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP): ICTAP provides eligible displaced and CTAP provides eligible surplus and displaced Federal competitive service employees with selection priority over other candidates for competitive service vacancies. If your agency has notified you in writing that you are a displaced employee eligible for ICTAP or CTAP consideration, you may receive selection priority if: 1) This vacancy is within your ICTAP or CTAP eligibility; 2) You apply under the instructions in this announcement; and 3) You are found well-qualified for this vacancy. You must provide proof of eligibility with your application to receive selection priority. Such proof may include a copy of your written notification of ICTAP or CTAP eligibility, or a copy of your separation personnel action form. Information about ICTAP/CTAP eligibility is available from OPM's Career Transition Resources website at: career transition .
CTAP and ICTAP eligibles will be considered well qualified if they earn a minimum score of 90 on the rating criteria for this position.
FWS may use certain incentives, currently offered by the Federal government, to attract high quality applicants.
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