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WHAT DO CLERICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT POSITIONS DO?
Clerical and Administrative Support positions are typically involved in performing a wide range of clerical and/or technical responsibilities in support of management and programs specific to a function or business division. Depending on the position, the work may involve performing day to day clerical support activities, providing procedural or technical responses, resolving tax account issues, and/or working other administrative type programs or assignments. Regardless of the position, the work will be challenging and offer numerous opportunities for growth personally as well as professionally.
WHAT IS A SCHEDULE A APPOINTMENT?
Schedule A is an excepted service hiring authority, which allows the hiring of qualified individuals with severe disabilities, without using the competitive hiring process. Targeted disabilities, as defined by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), include severe disabilities targeted for emphasis in affirmative employment planning. These disabilities may include, but are not limited to deafness, blindness, partial paralysis, complete paralysis, severe intellectual disability, psychiatric disability, convulsive disorders, and distortion of limbs or spine. An employee may be converted to a career or career-conditional appointment, without competition, after completing two years on the job and demonstrating satisfactory performance. If you are interested in a challenging career with excellent benefits, training, and strong growth potential, we strongly encourage you to register here and submit your resume to be considered as positions are made available.
WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OTHER IRS CAREERS? If you want to find out more about IRS careers, visit us on the web at www.jobs.irs.gov.
As a specialist in a Human Capital position you will:
- Provide a variety of human resources management (HRM) services, applying merit system principles to attracting, developing, managing, and retaining a high quality and diverse workforce.
- Provide information and assistance that sustain important features of the employer-employee relationship, such as employee benefits.
- Provide products and services for a wide variety of employee categories that involve different systems with different statutory and regulatory authorities.
- Provide advice and authoritative information to top management and program directors throughout the Service on a variety of HRM problems and issues.
- Participate in human resources program strategic planning activities; identify long and short term objectives; and assist with formulating Service-wide human resources program strategies for top management.
As a specialist in a General Administration
position you will:
- Perform administrative work that requires knowledge of the principles, concepts, policies, and objectives applicable to a program or administrative area.
- Perform necessary research and analysis within specified program or administrative area, and present findings, observations and recommendations both in writing and orally where required.
- Participate in the development of operating procedures, work processes, policies and practices based on personal observation, conferences, status reports and performance data. Participate in operational reviews and prepare reports on the status of organizations' progress toward achievement of program initiatives.
- Evaluate the impact of new or modified program requirements. Review and summarize information from a variety of sources, exercising sound judgment and knowledge of the purpose of such information. Identify key problems and issues, resource constraints, and management controls. Identify solutions, document findings, and make presentations.
As a specialist in a Resources Management
position you will:
- Perform, supervise, or manage administrative work of a fiscal, financial management, accounting or budgetary nature that is not classifiable to another more specific professional or administrative series in the Accounting and Budget Group.
- Assess the financial impact of management decisions on both accounting and budget programs. Serve as a technical expert in assigned programs and provides technical oversight to the field financial operations staff and to regional office components in the organization serviced.
- Devise and implement internal controls which are flexible for managing allocated funds status. Devise cost effective systems to gather, analyze, and present data needed for integrated financial and program information, so that the Budget Chief/Accounting Chief can make necessary financial and program decisions that affect regional operations in the organization serviced.
- Occasional Travel
- Travel may be required.