Job Title:Administrative Officer - NIAID - MP
Department:Department Of Health And Human Services
Agency:National Institutes of Health
Job Announcement Number:NIH-NIAID-MP-13-796923
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/ Per Year|
|Saturday, December 01, 2012 to
Wednesday, December 05, 2012|
SERIES & GRADE:
|Full Time -
Agency Employees Only|
|1 vacancy in the following location:|
Montgomery County, MD United StatesView Map
WHO MAY APPLY:
|Current Permanent Title 5 NIAID employees and individuals under CTAP only|
This position is located in the Office of Administrative Services (OAS), Office of Science Management and Operations (OSMO), Office of the Director (OD).
If you are selected, you will serve as the Principal Administrative Officer for all of the extramural divisions of the NIAID and active member of NIAID's senior administrative management team, participating fully in NIAID-wide administrative management decision making and advising the four extramural Division Director's on all non-scientific administrative and business management functions.
- Time in grade met within 30 days of closing date.
- Position is subject to a background investigation.
DUTIES:Back to top
If you are selected you will perform the following duties:
Serve as an expert advisor to the OAS Director and the NIAID DDSM, with primary responsibility for overseeing the day-to-day administrative management and business operations responsibilities for all of the Institutes extramural Divisions.
Exercise a broad range of supervisory responsibilities over a subordinate staff responsible for providing a wide variety of administrative management services to include transmitting guidance to program managers on policies and procedures covering many of these services. Such services include budget and financial management, human resources management, procurement and acquisitions, management analysis, risk management and management controls, as well as logistical support services such as space management, travel, and property accountability.
Ensure that human resources are used within the extramural Divisions in a fashion that guarantees maximum efficiency for the Institute while allowing for each employee to achieve pay and responsibility commensurate with their ability and potential.
Direct special studies of NIAID-wide plans, programs, or management issues affecting NIAIDs extramural research programs.
Serve as the chief financial advisor on behalf of the NIAID extramural divisions, providing financial advice to the OAS Director and DDSM as well as advising the individual Division Directors on planning and directing their financial affairs.
Plan, direct, and implement the work of the EAMB through the leadership and supervision of approximately 100 administrative staff members, to include providing direct supervision to four supervisory Administrative Officers at the GS-13/14 levels and serving as the second level supervisor to approximately 30 administrative staff ranging in grade from GS-6 through GS-13.
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:Back to top
You must demonstrate in your resume at least one (1) year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-14 level in the Federal service obtained in either the private or public sector providing or obtaining two or more essential management services (e.g. budget, human resources, management analysis, space management, procurement, records management, accounting, contracting, etc.) for a multi-function organization performing the following types of tasks: managing the formulation, justification or execution of the budget for an organization responsible for conducting a substantive multi-year and multi-million dollar program; projecting and analyzing the impact of significant and continual changes in program plans on the execution of budgets; providing expert technical leadership, staff coordination and consultation on Federal procurement contracting laws and regulations to senior-level management; developing plans for new office space or renovations of existing space based on such factors as anticipated volume of operations, changes in functions, and future plans for expansion, and negotiating for the acquisition of property and supplies to fulfill those plans; planning and implementing human resources management initiatives that are broad in scope and difficult to implement such as major reorganizations; formulating short and long-term planning goals for administrative programs that include resources, facilities, and acquisitions; and establishing work metrics to measure and evaluate the performance of complex program functions or missions.
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Males born after December 31, 1959 must be registered with Selective Service.
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED: