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Workforce Development Specialist   

JOB TITLE:

Workforce Development Specialist

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Dallas Texas United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Duties

The major duties of the Workforce Development Specialist position include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Manages a grant portfolio within assigned program area(s) of moderate to high complexity, scope, and impact, and conducts the day-to-day grant management for the grants within his/her portfolio.
    Performs analyses of grant-related data, policy and program issues and applies problem solving techniques to address issues.
  • Provides compliance assistance and ensures grantees deliver agreed upon products and services, achieves negotiated performance outcomes, and operates in accordance with programmatic, administrative, and budgetary requirements.
  • Conducts on-site compliance monitoring reviews and Enhanced Desk Monitoring Reviews of grantees to evaluate the grantee's progress towards meeting the goals specified in the grant agreement with DOL ETA.
    Assesses the quality of the program and services.
    Ensures that grant activities are being conducted in compliance with the grant management and applicable Federal regulations.
  • Develops comprehensive knowledge of ETA programs and applicable statutes, regulations, policies, and ETA standard operating procedures.
  • Engages in on-going communication with grantees in order to identify and resolve issues.
  • Provides technical assistance to grantees to assist them in accomplishing the goals and objectives of the grant by applying problem solving techniques to address deficiencies.
  • Conveys information in a clear, succinct, and organized manner.
  • Prepares and delivers presentations to various internal and external audiences.
  • Prepares monitoring reports upon the completion of a monitoring review.
  • Assists in the development of policy guidance and technical assistance resources for ETA grantees and workforce system stakeholders.
To understand more about the mission of DOL ETA, please access the following links for Workforce Development, WIOA, and RESEA:
Workforce development is definedas a combination of education and training services that prepares individuals for work and helps them improve their prospects in the labor market.
These services may include job search assistance, career counseling, occupational skill training, classroom training, or on-the-job training.


The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is landmark legislation that is designed to strengthen and improve our nation's public workforce system and help get Americans, including youth and those with significant barriers to employment, into high-quality jobs and careers and help employers hire and retain skilled workers.


The Reemployment Services and Eligibility Assessment (RESEA) Program, permanently authorized under the Social Security Act, has four purposes: (1) reduce unemployment insurance (UI) duration through improved employment outcomes; (2) strengthen UI program integrity; (3) promote alignment with the vision of WIOA; and (4) Establish RESEA as an entry point to other workforce system partners.
Participating state agencies meet these purposes through one-on-one assessments of the claimant's continuing UI eligibility; support in the development of an individual reemployment plan; customized career and labor market information; enrollment in Wagner-Peyser Employment Services; and information and access to other American Job Center services and resources that support the claimant's return to work.

Requirements

Conditions of Employment

  • Must be at least 16 years old.
  • Must be a U.
    S.
    Citizen.
  • Candidate required to obtain the necessary security/investigation level.
  • Requires a probationary period if the requirement has not been met.

Qualifications

You must meet the Specialized Experience to qualify for Workforce Development Specialist position as described below.

Applicants must have 52 weeks of specialized experience equivalent to at least the next lower grade level, GS-11, in the Federal Service.

Specialized Experience is the experience that equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA's) to perform the duties of the position successfully, and that is typically in or related to the position to be filled.
To be creditable, specialized experience must have been equivalent to at least the next lower grade level.

Qualifying specialized experience for the GS-12 position includes ALL of the following:

1.
Interpreting and applying knowledge of Wagner-Peyser Act, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA), Social Security Act (SSA), and other Federal regulations and requirements governing the Reemployment Services and Eligibility Assessment (RESEA) program grants and/or contracts; and
2.
Providing policy advice to a state agency senior official (including a state unemployment insurance or workforce development director, Executive Director, general counsel, or State Administrator); or supervising staff accountable for establishing, reviewing and approving policy and procedures for or delivery of the RESEA program; and
3.
Analyzing grant-related data, determining compliance with policy, and applying problem solving techniques to address RESEA program and fiscal issues; and
4.
Delivering technical assistance and training on state RESEA programs/projects that include policies and procedures.

Education

This job does not have an education qualification requirement.

Additional information

This position is inside the bargaining unit.
If the duty location is within the Washington, D.
C.
metropolitan area, the position will be included in the Local 12, AFGE bargaining unit.
If the duty location is outside the Washington, D.
C.
metropolitan area, the position will be included in the NCFLL bargaining unit.


The mission of the Department of Labor (DOL) is to protect the welfare of workers and job seekers, improve working conditions, expand high-quality employment opportunities, and assure work-related benefits and rights for all workers.
As such, the Department is committed to fostering a workplace and workforce that promote equal employment opportunity, reflects the diversity of the people we seek to serve, and models a culture of respect, equity, inclusion, and accessibility where every employee feels heard, supported, and empowered.

Refer to these links for more information: GENERAL INFORMATION, REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION, ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION, FORMER FEDERAL EMPLOYEES

As a condition of employment, all personnel must undergo a background investigation for access to DOL facilities, systems, information and/or classified materials before they can enter on duty: BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION

Click here for Telework Position Information

Based on agency needs, additional positions may be filled using this vacancy .


The Fair Chance Act (FCA) prohibits Federal agencies from requesting an applicant's criminal history information before the agency makes a conditional offer of employment.
If you believe a DOL employee has violated your rights under the FCA, you may file a complaint of the alleged violation following our agency's complaint process Guidelines for Reporting Violations of the Fair Chance Act.


Note: The FCA does not apply to some positions specified under the Act, such as law enforcement or national security positions.

  • Benefits

    A career with the U.
    S.
    government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package.
    As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding.
    Opens in a new windowLearn more about federal benefits.

    Review our benefits

    Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time or intermittent.
    Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.

How You Will Be Evaluated

You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.

If you meet the minimum qualifications, you will be evaluated against the evaluation factors below and will be placed into a category based on your vacancy question responses.

Category A - Meets the basic qualification requirements for the vacancy and has successful experience in the same or similar job that has demonstrated superior proficiency in applying critical competencies required by this position to work of increased levels of difficulty and complexity.

Category B - Meets the basic qualification requirements for the vacancy and demonstrates satisfactory proficiency in the critical competencies required by this position.

Category C - Meets the specialized experience described in the minimum qualification requirements section of this announcement and demonstrates proficiency in the basic competencies.

Evaluation Factors (Competencies) - All qualified applicants will be evaluated on the following key competencies:

  • Grants Management Laws, Regulations, and Guidelines
  • Oral Communication
  • Problem Solving
  • Technical Competence
  • Writing


Click here for Evaluation details.


You may preview questions for this vacancy here: https://apply.
usastaffing.
gov/ViewQuestionnaire/12297501

The information you provide may be verified by a review of your paid, unpaid, volunteer, and other lived experience, as it demonstrates the competencies or skills required for the position to be filled.
Your evaluation may include an interview, reference checks, or other assessment conducted by HR specialists, subject matter experts, or panel members and may include other assessment tools (ex.
interview, structured interview, written test, work sample, etc.
).
The examining Office of Human Resources (OHR) makes the final determination concerning applicant ratings.
Your resume MUST provide sufficient information to substantiate your vacancy question responses.
If not, the OHR may amend your responses to more accurately reflect the level of competency indicated by the content of your resume.

INFORMATION FOR ICTAP/CTAP ELIGIBLE(S) ONLY: If you are eligible for special priority selection under ICTAP/CTAP, you must be well-qualified for the position to receive consideration.
ICTAP/CTAP eligible(s) who are placed into Category B or higher will be considered well-qualified.
Be sure to review the eligibility questions to reflect that you are applying as an ICTAP or CTAP eligible and submit supporting documentation.


Click Application of Veterans Preference for Category Rating Jobs for more information.

  • Benefits

    A career with the U.
    S.
    government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package.
    As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding.
    Opens in a new windowLearn more about federal benefits.

    Review our benefits

    Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time or intermittent.
    Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.

  • Required Documents

    As a new or existing federal employee, you and your family may have access to a range of benefits.
    Your benefits depend on the type of position you have - whether you're a permanent, part-time, temporary or an intermittent employee.
    You may be eligible for the following benefits, however, check with your agency to make sure you're eligible under their policies.

    The following documents must be submitted by 11:59 p.
    m.
    (ET) on the vacancy closing date.

    • Resumes: Required and applicants must provide a resume either by creating one in USAJOBS or uploading one from your profile.
      To receive full consideration for relevant and specialized experience, please list the month, year, and number of work hours worked for the experience listed on your resume.
      For any federal positions you hold/held, please include your occupational series and grade level (e.
      g.
      , GS-142-11).
      We also suggest that you preview the vacancy questions and confirm that your resume supports your question responses.
    • Veterans Documents (if applicable): To be considered as a 5-point preference eligible, you must submit a copy of your Certificate of Release or Discharge From Active Duty, DD214.
      Your DD-214 must show the type of discharge and dates of active duty.
      To claim 10-point preference, you must submit a copy of your DD214; an Application for 10-point Veteran's Preference, SF15; and the proof of entitlement of this preference which is normally an official statement, dated 1991 or later, from the Department of Veterans Affairs certifying to the present existence of the service-connected disability and indicating the percentage of your disability.
      (For active-duty service members expecting honorable or general discharge or release within 120 days, click Active Duty).
      Without this documentation, you will not receive the veteran's preference.
      For more information, go to Feds Hire Vets - Veterans Preference
    • Displaced Employee Placement Documents: Only required if requesting priority consideration under CTAP or ICTAP eligibility.
    • Unofficial Transcript(s) (in English) - If you are using education as a basis for qualifying for this position, you must submit all applicable academic transcripts demonstrating that you meet the qualifying educational requirements (ex.
      BA/BS, MA, JD, Ph.
      D.
      , etc.
      ).
      If specific coursework is required to qualify, you must supply an unofficial transcript from each academic institution in which the required courses were taken in order to receive credit.
      You may upload your unofficial transcript(s) as one document with a maximum size limit of 5 MB.
    Cover Letters are not mandatory and will not be used to verify experience but may be submitted.


    Do not upload password-protected documents or personal photographs.


    Applicants selected for employment who are not current DOL employees will be required to provide proof of citizenship, and the E-Verify system will be used to confirm the employment eligibility of all new hires.
  • How to Apply

    Persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, or have speech disabilities, please dial 711 to access telecommunications relay services.


    To apply for this position, you must complete the initial online application, including submission of the required documentation specified in the Required Documents section.

    Your application and ALL required supplemental documents MUST be received by 11:59 pm Eastern Time on the vacancy closing date to receive consideration.


    Paper applications and supplemental documents submitted in any other manner without prior approval from the vacancy contact will not be considered.
    Click here for information on Reasonable Accommodations.

    Important - Save your information before the 30 minute system timeout! For help, go to USAJOBS Help Center.

    STEP 1 - Create USAJOBS Account on www.
    usajobs.
    gov
    , including Resume and Saved Documents.
    Your resume must provide sufficient information to substantiate your responses to the self-assessment vacancy questions.
    If not, HR may amend your responses to more accurately reflect the competency indicated by resume content.
    For each employment period, include start/end month & year and note full-time or part-time (if part-time, include # of hours worked per week) otherwise, your application may be considered incomplete.
    For any federal positions you hold/held, please include your occupational series and grade level (e.
    g.
    , GS-142-11).

    STEP 2 - Complete the 1st part of the application process (USAJOBS) Once you have identified a job on USAJOBS that you wish to apply for, click on the job title and then click the Apply button.
    For questions about the vacancy, contact the Agency Contact at the bottom of the announcement.
    Proceed through the steps noted at the top of the USAJOBS page.
    You will be able to select a resume and documents from your USAJOBS Account that you can submit as a package as part of your DOL application.
    In the final step, once you have certified your application, click the Continue to agency site button.

    STEP 3 - Complete the 2nd part of the application process (DOL).
    On the Department of Labor (DOL) page, create a DOL Account if you have not already and click Apply to this vacancy.
    Continue through the progress steps at the top of the DOL page.
    The 2nd progress step is where you answer the vacancy-specific questions.
    The 3rd progress step Documents is where you submit the required documents (only if applicable to you) specified in the Required Documents section of this vacancy.

    STEP 4 - On the Review and Submit step, verify each section of your application is complete and correct.
    In order to submit your application, you must have a check mark next to each section listed.
    If there is an X, return to the appropriate section and follow the prompts.
    When it is ready for submission, certify your application and click the Submit Application button.

    STEP 5 - Edit Application as needed by 11:59 pm Eastern Time of Closing Date by returning to USAJOBS, clicking the vacancy, thenUpdate Application.


    NOTE: It is your responsibility to ensure your responses and appropriate documentation is submitted prior to the closing date.

    Agency contact information

    Pamela Morales

    Phone

    972-850-4754

    Email

    morales.
    pamela.
    s@dol.
    gov

    Address

    Employment and Training Administration
    200 Constitution Avenue NW
    Washington, DC 20210
    US

    Next steps

    Once your complete application is received, we will conduct an evaluation of your qualifications and refer candidates for selection consideration.
    Candidates will be referred to the hiring manager for further consideration and possible interviews.
    You will be notified of the outcome.
    A selection is expected to be made within 30 calendar days of the issuance date of the certificate.

    For instructions on how to check the status of your application, go to USAJOBS Help Guide.

    USAJOBS will no longer send status alert email notifications.
    You can check your application status in the TAS by logging into USAJOBS and in the Applicant Dashboard, click the hiring agency Talent Acquisition System (TAS).
    If the TAS does not provide application tracking information, contact the agency's point of contact on the job announcement.


    To verify your application is complete, log into your USAJOBS account, https://my.
    usajobs.
    gov/Account/Login, select the Application Status link, and then select the more information link for this position.
    The Application page will display the status of your application, the documentation received and processed, and any correspondence the agency has sent related to this application.
    Your uploaded documents may take several hours to clear the virus scan process.
    To return to an incomplete application, log into your USAJOBS account and click Update Application in the vacancy announcement.
    You must re-select your resume and/or other documents from your USAJOBS account or your application will be incomplete.

  • Fair and Transparent

    The Federal hiring process is set up to be fair and transparent.
    Please read the following guidance.

    • Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy
    • Reasonable accommodation policy
    • Financial suitability
    • Selective Service
    • New employee probationary period
    • Signature and false statements
    • Privacy Act
    • Social security number request

Required Documents

The following documents must be submitted by 11:59 p.
m.
(ET) on the vacancy closing date.

  • Resumes: Required and applicants must provide a resume either by creating one in USAJOBS or uploading one from your profile.
    To receive full consideration for relevant and specialized experience, please list the month, year, and number of work hours worked for the experience listed on your resume.
    For any federal positions you hold/held, please include your occupational series and grade level (e.
    g.
    , GS-142-11).
    We also suggest that you preview the vacancy questions and confirm that your resume supports your question responses.
  • Veterans Documents (if applicable): To be considered as a 5-point preference eligible, you must submit a copy of your Certificate of Release or Discharge From Active Duty, DD214.
    Your DD-214 must show the type of discharge and dates of active duty.
    To claim 10-point preference, you must submit a copy of your DD214; an Application for 10-point Veteran's Preference, SF15; and the proof of entitlement of this preference which is normally an official statement, dated 1991 or later, from the Department of Veterans Affairs certifying to the present existence of the service-connected disability and indicating the percentage of your disability.
    (For active-duty service members expecting honorable or general discharge or release within 120 days, click Active Duty).
    Without this documentation, you will not receive the veteran's preference.
    For more information, go to Feds Hire Vets - Veterans Preference
  • Displaced Employee Placement Documents: Only required if requesting priority consideration under CTAP or ICTAP eligibility.
  • Unofficial Transcript(s) (in English) - If you are using education as a basis for qualifying for this position, you must submit all applicable academic transcripts demonstrating that you meet the qualifying educational requirements (ex.
    BA/BS, MA, JD, Ph.
    D.
    , etc.
    ).
    If specific coursework is required to qualify, you must supply an unofficial transcript from each academic institution in which the required courses were taken in order to receive credit.
    You may upload your unofficial transcript(s) as one document with a maximum size limit of 5 MB.
Cover Letters are not mandatory and will not be used to verify experience but may be submitted.


Do not upload password-protected documents or personal photographs.


Applicants selected for employment who are not current DOL employees will be required to provide proof of citizenship, and the E-Verify system will be used to confirm the employment eligibility of all new hires.


Help

This job is open to

  • Career transition (CTAP, ICTAP, RPL)

    Federal employees who meet the definition of a \"surplus\" or \"displaced\" employee.

  • The public

    U.
    S.
    Citizens, Nationals or those who owe allegiance to the U.
    S.

Clarification from the agency

Open to all US Citizens.
Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP) and Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP) eligibles must be in the local commuting area.
Also advertised as job# MS-24-DAL-ETA-12297502-PSM for status applicants.
If you wish to be considered for both announcements, please apply to both.

Position Details

POSTED:

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

122811 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707241834-fb7008699056dc8375651bf582c9861c

LOCATION:

Texas United States

CITY:

Dallas

Job Origin:

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Duties

The major duties of the Workforce Development Specialist position include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Manages a grant portfolio within assigned program area(s) of moderate to high complexity, scope, and impact, and conducts the day-to-day grant management for the grants within his/her portfolio. Performs analyses of grant-related data, policy and program issues and applies problem solving techniques to address issues.
  • Provides compliance assistance and ensures grantees deliver agreed upon products and services, achieves negotiated performance outcomes, and operates in accordance with programmatic, administrative, and budgetary requirements.
  • Conducts on-site compliance monitoring reviews and Enhanced Desk Monitoring Reviews of grantees to evaluate the grantee's progress towards meeting the goals specified in the grant agreement with DOL ETA. Assesses the quality of the program and services. Ensures that grant activities are being conducted in compliance with the grant management and applicable Federal regulations.
  • Develops comprehensive knowledge of ETA programs and applicable statutes, regulations, policies, and ETA standard operating procedures.
  • Engages in on-going communication with grantees in order to identify and resolve issues.
  • Provides technical assistance to grantees to assist them in accomplishing the goals and objectives of the grant by applying problem solving techniques to address deficiencies.
  • Conveys information in a clear, succinct, and organized manner.
  • Prepares and delivers presentations to various internal and external audiences.
  • Prepares monitoring reports upon the completion of a monitoring review.
  • Assists in the development of policy guidance and technical assistance resources for ETA grantees and workforce system stakeholders.
To understand more about the mission of DOL ETA, please access the following links for Workforce Development, WIOA, and RESEA:
Workforce development is definedas a combination of education and training services that prepares individuals for work and helps them improve their prospects in the labor market. These services may include job search assistance, career counseling, occupational skill training, classroom training, or on-the-job training.

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is landmark legislation that is designed to strengthen and improve our nation's public workforce system and help get Americans, including youth and those with significant barriers to employment, into high-quality jobs and careers and help employers hire and retain skilled workers.

The Reemployment Services and Eligibility Assessment (RESEA) Program, permanently authorized under the Social Security Act, has four purposes: (1) reduce unemployment insurance (UI) duration through improved employment outcomes; (2) strengthen UI program integrity; (3) promote alignment with the vision of WIOA; and (4) Establish RESEA as an entry point to other workforce system partners. Participating state agencies meet these purposes through one-on-one assessments of the claimant's continuing UI eligibility; support in the development of an individual reemployment plan; customized career and labor market information; enrollment in Wagner-Peyser Employment Services; and information and access to other American Job Center services and resources that support the claimant's return to work.

Requirements

Conditions of Employment

  • Must be at least 16 years old.
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen.
  • Candidate required to obtain the necessary security/investigation level.
  • Requires a probationary period if the requirement has not been met.

Qualifications

You must meet the Specialized Experience to qualify for Workforce Development Specialist position as described below.

Applicants must have 52 weeks of specialized experience equivalent to at least the next lower grade level, GS-11, in the Federal Service.

Specialized Experience is the experience that equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA's) to perform the duties of the position successfully, and that is typically in or related to the position to be filled. To be creditable, specialized experience must have been equivalent to at least the next lower grade level.

Qualifying specialized experience for the GS-12 position includes ALL of the following:

1. Interpreting and applying knowledge of Wagner-Peyser Act, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA), Social Security Act (SSA), and other Federal regulations and requirements governing the Reemployment Services and Eligibility Assessment (RESEA) program grants and/or contracts; and
2. Providing policy advice to a state agency senior official (including a state unemployment insurance or workforce development director, Executive Director, general counsel, or State Administrator); or supervising staff accountable for establishing, reviewing and approving policy and procedures for or delivery of the RESEA program; and
3. Analyzing grant-related data, determining compliance with policy, and applying problem solving techniques to address RESEA program and fiscal issues; and
4. Delivering technical assistance and training on state RESEA programs/projects that include policies and procedures.

Education

This job does not have an education qualification requirement.

Additional information

This position is inside the bargaining unit. If the duty location is within the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, the position will be included in the Local 12, AFGE bargaining unit. If the duty location is outside the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, the position will be included in the NCFLL bargaining unit.

The mission of the Department of Labor (DOL) is to protect the welfare of workers and job seekers, improve working conditions, expand high-quality employment opportunities, and assure work-related benefits and rights for all workers. As such, the Department is committed to fostering a workplace and workforce that promote equal employment opportunity, reflects the diversity of the people we seek to serve, and models a culture of respect, equity, inclusion, and accessibility where every employee feels heard, supported, and empowered.

Refer to these links for more information: GENERAL INFORMATION, REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION, ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION, FORMER FEDERAL EMPLOYEES

As a condition of employment, all personnel must undergo a background investigation for access to DOL facilities, systems, information and/or classified materials before they can enter on duty: BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION

Click here for Telework Position Information

Based on agency needs, additional positions may be filled using this vacancy .


The Fair Chance Act (FCA) prohibits Federal agencies from requesting an applicant's criminal history information before the agency makes a conditional offer of employment. If you believe a DOL employee has violated your rights under the FCA, you may file a complaint of the alleged violation following our agency's complaint process Guidelines for Reporting Violations of the Fair Chance Act.

Note: The FCA does not apply to some positions specified under the Act, such as law enforcement or national security positions.

  • Benefits

    A career with the U.S. government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding. Opens in a new windowLearn more about federal benefits.

    Review our benefits

    Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.

How You Will Be Evaluated

You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.

If you meet the minimum qualifications, you will be evaluated against the evaluation factors below and will be placed into a category based on your vacancy question responses.

Category A - Meets the basic qualification requirements for the vacancy and has successful experience in the same or similar job that has demonstrated superior proficiency in applying critical competencies required by this position to work of increased levels of difficulty and complexity.

Category B - Meets the basic qualification requirements for the vacancy and demonstrates satisfactory proficiency in the critical competencies required by this position.

Category C - Meets the specialized experience described in the minimum qualification requirements section of this announcement and demonstrates proficiency in the basic competencies.

Evaluation Factors (Competencies) - All qualified applicants will be evaluated on the following key competencies:

  • Grants Management Laws, Regulations, and Guidelines
  • Oral Communication
  • Problem Solving
  • Technical Competence
  • Writing


Click here for Evaluation details.

You may preview questions for this vacancy here: https://apply.usastaffing.gov/ViewQuestionnaire/12297501

The information you provide may be verified by a review of your paid, unpaid, volunteer, and other lived experience, as it demonstrates the competencies or skills required for the position to be filled. Your evaluation may include an interview, reference checks, or other assessment conducted by HR specialists, subject matter experts, or panel members and may include other assessment tools (ex. interview, structured interview, written test, work sample, etc.). The examining Office of Human Resources (OHR) makes the final determination concerning applicant ratings. Your resume MUST provide sufficient information to substantiate your vacancy question responses. If not, the OHR may amend your responses to more accurately reflect the level of competency indicated by the content of your resume.

INFORMATION FOR ICTAP/CTAP ELIGIBLE(S) ONLY: If you are eligible for special priority selection under ICTAP/CTAP, you must be well-qualified for the position to receive consideration. ICTAP/CTAP eligible(s) who are placed into Category B or higher will be considered well-qualified. Be sure to review the eligibility questions to reflect that you are applying as an ICTAP or CTAP eligible and submit supporting documentation.

Click Application of Veterans Preference for Category Rating Jobs for more information.

  • Benefits

    A career with the U.S. government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding. Opens in a new windowLearn more about federal benefits.

    Review our benefits

    Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.

  • Required Documents

    As a new or existing federal employee, you and your family may have access to a range of benefits. Your benefits depend on the type of position you have - whether you're a permanent, part-time, temporary or an intermittent employee. You may be eligible for the following benefits, however, check with your agency to make sure you're eligible under their policies.

    The following documents must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on the vacancy closing date.

    • Resumes: Required and applicants must provide a resume either by creating one in USAJOBS or uploading one from your profile. To receive full consideration for relevant and specialized experience, please list the month, year, and number of work hours worked for the experience listed on your resume. For any federal positions you hold/held, please include your occupational series and grade level (e.g., GS-142-11). We also suggest that you preview the vacancy questions and confirm that your resume supports your question responses.
    • Veterans Documents (if applicable): To be considered as a 5-point preference eligible, you must submit a copy of your Certificate of Release or Discharge From Active Duty, DD214. Your DD-214 must show the type of discharge and dates of active duty. To claim 10-point preference, you must submit a copy of your DD214; an Application for 10-point Veteran's Preference, SF15; and the proof of entitlement of this preference which is normally an official statement, dated 1991 or later, from the Department of Veterans Affairs certifying to the present existence of the service-connected disability and indicating the percentage of your disability. (For active-duty service members expecting honorable or general discharge or release within 120 days, click Active Duty). Without this documentation, you will not receive the veteran's preference. For more information, go to Feds Hire Vets - Veterans Preference
    • Displaced Employee Placement Documents: Only required if requesting priority consideration under CTAP or ICTAP eligibility.
    • Unofficial Transcript(s) (in English) - If you are using education as a basis for qualifying for this position, you must submit all applicable academic transcripts demonstrating that you meet the qualifying educational requirements (ex. BA/BS, MA, JD, Ph.D., etc.). If specific coursework is required to qualify, you must supply an unofficial transcript from each academic institution in which the required courses were taken in order to receive credit. You may upload your unofficial transcript(s) as one document with a maximum size limit of 5 MB.
    Cover Letters are not mandatory and will not be used to verify experience but may be submitted.

    Do not upload password-protected documents or personal photographs.

    Applicants selected for employment who are not current DOL employees will be required to provide proof of citizenship, and the E-Verify system will be used to confirm the employment eligibility of all new hires.
  • How to Apply

    Persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, or have speech disabilities, please dial 711 to access telecommunications relay services.

    To apply for this position, you must complete the initial online application, including submission of the required documentation specified in the Required Documents section.

    Your application and ALL required supplemental documents MUST be received by 11:59 pm Eastern Time on the vacancy closing date to receive consideration.

    Paper applications and supplemental documents submitted in any other manner without prior approval from the vacancy contact will not be considered. Click here for information on Reasonable Accommodations.

    Important - Save your information before the 30 minute system timeout! For help, go to USAJOBS Help Center.

    STEP 1 - Create USAJOBS Account on www.usajobs.gov, including Resume and Saved Documents. Your resume must provide sufficient information to substantiate your responses to the self-assessment vacancy questions. If not, HR may amend your responses to more accurately reflect the competency indicated by resume content. For each employment period, include start/end month & year and note full-time or part-time (if part-time, include # of hours worked per week) otherwise, your application may be considered incomplete. For any federal positions you hold/held, please include your occupational series and grade level (e.g., GS-142-11).

    STEP 2 - Complete the 1st part of the application process (USAJOBS) Once you have identified a job on USAJOBS that you wish to apply for, click on the job title and then click the Apply button. For questions about the vacancy, contact the Agency Contact at the bottom of the announcement. Proceed through the steps noted at the top of the USAJOBS page. You will be able to select a resume and documents from your USAJOBS Account that you can submit as a package as part of your DOL application. In the final step, once you have certified your application, click the Continue to agency site button.

    STEP 3 - Complete the 2nd part of the application process (DOL). On the Department of Labor (DOL) page, create a DOL Account if you have not already and click Apply to this vacancy. Continue through the progress steps at the top of the DOL page. The 2nd progress step is where you answer the vacancy-specific questions. The 3rd progress step Documents is where you submit the required documents (only if applicable to you) specified in the Required Documents section of this vacancy.

    STEP 4 - On the Review and Submit step, verify each section of your application is complete and correct. In order to submit your application, you must have a check mark next to each section listed. If there is an X, return to the appropriate section and follow the prompts. When it is ready for submission, certify your application and click the Submit Application button.

    STEP 5 - Edit Application as needed by 11:59 pm Eastern Time of Closing Date by returning to USAJOBS, clicking the vacancy, thenUpdate Application.

    NOTE: It is your responsibility to ensure your responses and appropriate documentation is submitted prior to the closing date.

    Agency contact information

    Pamela Morales

    Phone

    972-850-4754

    Email

    morales.pamela.s@dol.gov

    Address

    Employment and Training Administration
    200 Constitution Avenue NW
    Washington, DC 20210
    US

    Next steps

    Once your complete application is received, we will conduct an evaluation of your qualifications and refer candidates for selection consideration. Candidates will be referred to the hiring manager for further consideration and possible interviews. You will be notified of the outcome. A selection is expected to be made within 30 calendar days of the issuance date of the certificate.

    For instructions on how to check the status of your application, go to USAJOBS Help Guide.

    USAJOBS will no longer send status alert email notifications. You can check your application status in the TAS by logging into USAJOBS and in the Applicant Dashboard, click the hiring agency Talent Acquisition System (TAS). If the TAS does not provide application tracking information, contact the agency's point of contact on the job announcement.

    To verify your application is complete, log into your USAJOBS account, https://my.usajobs.gov/Account/Login, select the Application Status link, and then select the more information link for this position. The Application page will display the status of your application, the documentation received and processed, and any correspondence the agency has sent related to this application. Your uploaded documents may take several hours to clear the virus scan process. To return to an incomplete application, log into your USAJOBS account and click Update Application in the vacancy announcement. You must re-select your resume and/or other documents from your USAJOBS account or your application will be incomplete.

  • Fair and Transparent

    The Federal hiring process is set up to be fair and transparent. Please read the following guidance.

    • Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy
    • Reasonable accommodation policy
    • Financial suitability
    • Selective Service
    • New employee probationary period
    • Signature and false statements
    • Privacy Act
    • Social security number request

Required Documents

The following documents must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on the vacancy closing date.

  • Resumes: Required and applicants must provide a resume either by creating one in USAJOBS or uploading one from your profile. To receive full consideration for relevant and specialized experience, please list the month, year, and number of work hours worked for the experience listed on your resume. For any federal positions you hold/held, please include your occupational series and grade level (e.g., GS-142-11). We also suggest that you preview the vacancy questions and confirm that your resume supports your question responses.
  • Veterans Documents (if applicable): To be considered as a 5-point preference eligible, you must submit a copy of your Certificate of Release or Discharge From Active Duty, DD214. Your DD-214 must show the type of discharge and dates of active duty. To claim 10-point preference, you must submit a copy of your DD214; an Application for 10-point Veteran's Preference, SF15; and the proof of entitlement of this preference which is normally an official statement, dated 1991 or later, from the Department of Veterans Affairs certifying to the present existence of the service-connected disability and indicating the percentage of your disability. (For active-duty service members expecting honorable or general discharge or release within 120 days, click Active Duty). Without this documentation, you will not receive the veteran's preference. For more information, go to Feds Hire Vets - Veterans Preference
  • Displaced Employee Placement Documents: Only required if requesting priority consideration under CTAP or ICTAP eligibility.
  • Unofficial Transcript(s) (in English) - If you are using education as a basis for qualifying for this position, you must submit all applicable academic transcripts demonstrating that you meet the qualifying educational requirements (ex. BA/BS, MA, JD, Ph.D., etc.). If specific coursework is required to qualify, you must supply an unofficial transcript from each academic institution in which the required courses were taken in order to receive credit. You may upload your unofficial transcript(s) as one document with a maximum size limit of 5 MB.
Cover Letters are not mandatory and will not be used to verify experience but may be submitted.

Do not upload password-protected documents or personal photographs.

Applicants selected for employment who are not current DOL employees will be required to provide proof of citizenship, and the E-Verify system will be used to confirm the employment eligibility of all new hires.


Help

This job is open to

  • Career transition (CTAP, ICTAP, RPL)

    Federal employees who meet the definition of a \"surplus\" or \"displaced\" employee.

  • The public

    U.S. Citizens, Nationals or those who owe allegiance to the U.S.

Clarification from the agency

Open to all US Citizens. Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP) and Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP) eligibles must be in the local commuting area. Also advertised as job# MS-24-DAL-ETA-12297502-PSM for status applicants. If you wish to be considered for both announcements, please apply to both.

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