Are you motivated by helping people? Do you enjoy challenging but satisfying work? Why search any longer -- we have just the opportunity that you've been looking for! Small Business Administration's Office of Disaster Assistance (ODA) is a highly motivated and diverse team that seeks talented people to help families and businesses rebuild their lives after disasters. Come join us and make a difference.
You will serve as a Supervisory Program Analyst for the Office of Disaster Assistance (ODA), Headquarters (HQ) office in Washington, DC under the supervision of the Deputy Associate Administrator for Disaster Assistance. You will be responsible for performing analytical and evaluative work related to the development and execution phases of the disaster loan-making program. In addition, you will serve in dual roles as a first level supervisor to employees assigned to ODA Headquarters in Washington, DC, and as a second level supervisor to employees located at ODAs Processing and Disbursement Center (PDC) in Fort Worth, TX.
Additional selections may be made from this announcement if identical vacancies occur within 180 days from the closing date.
This position is also being announced under Merit Promotion Procedures, announcement# MPP-14-003-HQ-988256
· This is a permanent position
You will serve as a Supervisory Program Analyst for the Office of Disaster Assistance (ODA), Headquarters office in Washington, DC. You will provide administrative and technical supervision to subordinate staff, all of whom have duties and responsibilities that are nationwide in scope. You will oversee ODAs Quality Assurance (QA) Program and a QA staff at the PDC who is responsible for conducting audits of the loan process and disbursements. You will also schedule Disaster Center quality reviews of the loan and verification programs and plan, develop and conduct major research projects related to the SBA Disaster Assistance Program. In addition, you will plan, develop, implement, and coordinate disaster declaration policies and procedures by developing National guideline material for the Agency and ensuring that these policies are carried out uniformly and consistently.
- Occasional Travel
- On occasion, during times of substantial disaster activity, you may be required to work overtime and/or travel wth little or no advance notice.