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This position is available in either of the following GAO Teams:
Strategic Issues (SI): SI The Strategic Issues team helps address national challenges such as long-term fiscal imbalances; critical skills gaps in the federal workforce; and the need to improve the strategic planning, performance, and management of government agencies.
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-Analyzes qualitative and quantitative data and written information to identify bottom-line messages and create clear, convincing visuals that make those messages easily understandable to readers.
-Provides advanced level visual communications support concurrently to multiple engagement teams or to individuals and organizations and manages own work time effectively.
- Develops the conceptual framework for designs; maintains consistency of design across visuals; writes text that accompanies visuals; ensures designs are legible, accurate, readily accessible, and aesthetically pleasing; and ensures GAO’s standards are met.
-Provides to teams and individuals objective comments and suggestions intended to improve the design and organization of GAO products.
-Creates visual displays--such as charts, maps, diagrams, illustrations, photographs, videos, and animations--consistent with applicable visual communication standards.
-Collaborates with others at all levels--management and colleagues--and handles any conflicts appropriately.
-Stays current in the fields of graphic arts and information design and graphic design technologies to ensure that GAO products employ the latest visual presentation practices and capabilities.
-Supports teams and offices in the production of reports, correspondence, testimonies, and other products, including special publications that may involve innovative and atypical presentation and publishing requirements. Ensures timely issuance; advises teams on the production process; and ensures products meet GAO’s production standards.
-Participates in meetings with high-level internal officials to facilitate product development. Acts as liaison with teams and offices on matters involving graphics and visual illustrations.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…This announcement is open to all qualified U.S. citizens.
This position is also being announced under the Agency's Merit Promotion Plan for federal employees and non-competitive appointment eligibles. If you wish to be considered under Merit Promotion or Non-Competitive procedures, you MUST apply under the Merit Promotion announcement GAO-17-TEAMS-0347-11-MP.
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