About the Agency
The Bureau of the Fiscal Service promotes the financial integrity and operational efficiency of the federal government through exceptional accounting, financing, collections, payments, and shared services.
This position is located U. S. Department of Treasury, Bureau of the Fiscal Service, Assistant Commissioner Payment Management, E-Commerce Division, Stored Value Card (SVC) Team. The SVC Program team is responsible for managing the deployment and sustainment of the EagleCash SVC Program for the U.S. military and some of its support elements. This position is responsible for project planning, equipment maintenance, technical implementation of the SVC programs, budgeting, developing and designing business processes and coordinating program objectives with various interested stakeholders. Individuals will play a key role in training supported OCONUS based personnel. Although support of the EagleCash program is the primary responsibility and focus of the position, FS or partner entities may request the incumbent to also support other related OCONUS cash management programs that operate in the same environment.
In addition to base salary as stated, pay will include overtime, foreign post differential and danger pay as deemed appropriate by the Department of State. Work may entail shift work of 12-18 hours. Previous assignment(s) at a U.S. military facility supporting peace-keeping or contingency operations desirable.
The following are the duties of this position at the GS-12. If you are selected at a lower grade level, you will have the opportunity to learn to perform all these duties, and will receive training to help you grow in this position.
- Provides program support on all issues related to the Eagle Cash Stored Value Card (SVC) program.
- Develops initiatives designed to facilitate appropriate coordination among all parties involved with building sustainable Eagle Cash Card (ECC) operations. Provides in-theater direction, guidance, and oversight to individuals based on or contiguous to OCONUS U.S. military installations in the absence of the CONUS based supervisor.
- Performs routine and preventative maintenance of SVC equipment. Conducts troubleshooting and repairs SVC equipment as needed. Installs new SVC equipment and provides software and hardware upgrades as appropriate.
- Assists in training deployed military personnel on the use of stored value cards and related financial processing applications, including briefing senior level officials within contingency areas of operations on the various aspects of the program.
- Conducts special assignments at the direction of the theater Financial Management Center (FMC) Director and CONUS supervisor involving research and fact-finding to develop positions and resolve issues related to ECC SVC program coordination and sustainability.
Working Conditions: This position requires frequent travel. The work will be performed on U.S. military installations located in contingency areas of operations (combat zones). Working conditions at these locations, and in transit, are unpredictable and vary greatly. Working conditions associated with these positions are characterized by: Extreme and wide range of temperatures, Extreme and wide range of precipitation, Extreme and wide range of terrain; Susceptibility to attacks by IED's, small arms fire, mortars, missiles, etc.; Sustained periods living in austere conditions; Sustained and frequent periods without sleep; Ground transportation via unarmored and up-armored vehicles; Air transportation by rotary and fixed wing aircraft; Poor lighting, ventilation, and air quality.
Due to the generally unimproved and dangerous nature of these locations, individuals will need to be self-sufficient in their: Ability to carry heavy loads of personal and job-related gear for long distances; Ability to wear protective armor for long periods of time; Ability to quickly enter and exit waiting helicopters and other vehicles; Ability to quickly move to shelter; Ability to navigate on foot in the dark without light; Ability to walk on uneven terrain; Ability to work with small tolls in poor lighting.