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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Supervisory Program Analyst, GS-0343-14 - DTIC

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"Jacobson, Carol E CIV DTIC (US)" <[log in to unmask]>

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Please post this job announcement:

Job Title:  Supervisory Program Analyst -
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/393259500

Department:  Department of Defense

Agency:  Defense Technical Information Center

Job Announcement Number:  DTIC-1317572-15OF

SALARY RANGE:  $107,325.00 to $139,523.00 / Per Year 

OPEN PERIOD:  Wednesday, February 4, 2015 to Tuesday, February 10, 2015 

SERIES & GRADE:  GS-0343-14 

POSITION INFORMATION:  Full Time - Permanent 

PROMOTION POTENTIAL:  14 

DUTY LOCATIONS:  1 vacancy in the following location:  Fort Belvoir, VA 
 
WHO MAY APPLY:  Federal Career/Career-Conditional employees, Transfer,
Reinstatement Eligibles, 30% Disabled Veterans, Veterans Employment
Opportunities Act (VEOA) and other individuals eligible under special
appointment authorities. 

SECURITY CLEARANCE:  Secret 

SUPERVISORY STATUS:  Yes 

JOB SUMMARY:
The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) is the central facility for
the acquisition, storage, retrieval, and dissemination of scientific and
technical information (STI) supporting the Research and Engineering (R&E)
needs of the Department of Defense (DoD).

DTIC provides leading edge information services and products to the DoD
community and is a recognized leader in information and knowledge management
innovations.

TRAVEL REQUIRED
.Occasional Travel
.Less than 25%

RELOCATION AUTHORIZED
.No

KEY REQUIREMENTS
.Must be a U.S. Citizen.
.Background investigation required.

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DUTIES:

. Serves as the Supervisory Program Analyst for the Customer Access and
Communications Division within the Directorate of User Services at the
Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC).  
. The incumbent is responsible for planning, managing, coordinating and
implementing registration services, customer assistance and communication
programs, analyses of Defense community usage of DTIC products and services.
. Plans, manages, coordinates liaison activities with representative of DoD,
government, private industry, and academia.
. Directs a professional staff in developing methods to meet specialized and
diverse Scientific and Technical Information (STI) needs of a variety of
special interest groups.
. Performs a variety of specific data analysis tasks, and provides a wide
range of communication support functions to the overall DoD scientific and
technical (S&T) community.
. Manages the Foreign Dissemination Service Program for controlling access
by foreign nationals to DoD scientific and technical information.
. Assists with Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) for DTIC's emergency
and disaster preparedness programs.


We are seeking talented people who want challenging assignments in a
progressive organization.  Located in the Andrew T. McNamara HQ Complex, we
provide on-site access to free parking, free state-of-the-art fitness
facility, a federal credit union and a fee based child care development
center.  DTIC offers competitive salaries, flexible work schedules, family
friendly environment, employment related paid training and education,
bonuses, and awards.   Come join our team for a satisfying career
opportunity. 

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QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

Time in Grade:  For entry at the GS-14 level, status applicants must have
served 52 weeks as a GS-13 or higher grade in the Federal Service. 
 
Specialized Experience: 

For the GS-14, you must have at least one year of specialized experience
equivalent in level of difficulty and responsibility to the GS-13 grade
level in the Federal service, or comparable in difficulty and responsibility
to GS-13 if outside the Federal service, is required. 

Specialized experience is defined as experience in the development, testing,
product improvement, fielding, planning, programming and/or management
processes; COOP planning to prepare long and short-range guidance in
accordance with broad agency program policies and/or objectives.

 
In addition to meeting the specialized experience requirements, qualified
applicants must also possess the quality of experience as it relates to how
closely or to what extent an applicant's background, recency of experience,
education, and training are relevant to the duties and responsibilities of
the announced position.  Candidates must clearly demonstrate the possession
of knowledge, skills and abilities, or competencies necessary to
successfully perform the work of the position at the appropriate level to be
qualified for the position.  Applicants must describe how their experience
meets the competencies within the body of the resume.  No separate
statements addressing KSA's or competencies are required.

Competencies: 

.         Knowledge of analytical methods for the improvement of program
planning and evaluation.

.         Prepares new or modified content to guidance for agency mission,
goals and objectives.

.         Knowledge of personnel administration responsibilities to
implement an effective program of personnel management throughout the
Division.

.         Skill in program analysis concepts and methods to identify mission
essential functions and business processes necessary for maintaining
operations during emergencies and COOP situations.

.         Knowledge of diverse S&T programs (domestic and international) is
required to understand the issues and to formulate solutions for users.


Qualification and time-in-grade requirements must be met within 30 days
after the closing date of this announcement.

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