GS-9: One year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-7 grade level in the Federal service. Examples include providing assistance to higher graded analysts by developing background information for studies; researching official documents; compiling and charting statistical data; interviewing employees and supervisors; gathering, summarizing and analyzing information for incorporation into final reports; carrying out specified portions or segments of specific projects; and identifying and recommending solutions to problems.
completed the requirements for a Master’s degree, or at least 36 semester hours towards such a degree, in civil rights or another field that is directly related to this position. (NOTE: Such graduate education MUST have provided the applicant with the capability to fully perform the duties of this position without more than normal supervision.)
GS-11: One year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-9 grade level in the Federal service. Examples include conducting studies of work processes to identify, analyze, and recommend solutions to problems in organizational structure, staffing, administrative procedures, work processes, or workload distribution; and using qualitative and quantitative analytical techniques such as literature searches, work measurement, task analysis and job restructuring, productivity charting, staff to workload ratios, organization design, space planning, questionnaires, flowcharting, graphing, and statistics to assess factual or procedural issues related to management processes, systems and mission support programs.
completed the requirements for a Ph.D., or at least 54 semester hours toward a Ph.D., in civil rights or another field that is directly related to this position. (NOTE: Such graduate education MUST have provided the applicant with the capability to fully perform the duties of this position without more than normal supervision.)
COMBINING EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: When an applicant has less than one year of specialized experience as described above, he or she may combine successfully completed graduate-level education with experience to meet the total qualification requirements. Forty hours of work per week in the specialized field for 12 months is equivalent to 1 year of full-time experience, and, generally, 18 graduate semester hours is equivalent to 1 full-time year of graduate study (your school and department determine what constitutes 1 full-time year of graduate study). The applicant’s percentage of specialized work experience (for example, 6 months equals 50%) and the percentage of graduate study (for example, 45 graduate hours for a GS-11 equals 50% where 18 graduate hours constitute a full-time year) must total at least 100%.
GS-12: One year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-11 grade level in the Federal service. Examples include experience which has provided the applicant with the analytical and evaluative methods and techniques for assessing program development or execution and improving organizational effectiveness and efficiency; coordinating and disseminating program planning and reviewing of objectives and schedules; compiling reports, plans, and collecting and evaluating a variety of data and providing information, advice, and/or recommendations on issues reviewed. Specialized experience is experience that has equipped you with the particular ability, skill, and knowledge to successfully perform the duties of this position and is typically in or related to this line of work.
This position does not have a positive education requirement.
If you are including education on your resume, report only attendance and/or degrees from schools accredited by accrediting institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
All qualification requirements must be met by the closing date of the announcement. This includes Time-In-Grade requirements for current status employees applying through merit promotion procedures.
Status applicants applying for a promotion must have 52 weeks of service at the next lower grade.
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:
We will review your résumé and supporting documentation to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. If you meet the minimum qualifications, your experience, education and training will be rated using the on-line self assessment questions that are based on the following competencies or knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to perform this job:
Knowledge of training program management and application of leadership principles to plan, organize, coordinate, and evaluate the national EEO/EO training program.
Ability to develop and incorporate metrics to evaluate effectiveness of instruction delivery methods.
Skill using learning tools such as e-Learning initiatives to create informative training programs that enhance employee participation and meet learning objectives.
Knowledge of Equal Employment Opportunity and Equal Opportunity laws, Executive Orders, policies and regulations, and the ability to integrate this information into desired training program goals and to develop course content to achieve performance objectives.
Skill developing, analyzing, and evaluating substantive reports using the Statistical Analysis System.
Knowledge of financial and budgetary management processes.
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Your resume and responses to the self-assessment questions are an integral part of the process for determining your qualifications for the position. Therefore, you must support your responses to the self-assessment questions by providing examples of past and present experience in your resume.
If you are best qualified, you may be referred to the hiring manager for consideration and may be called for an interview.