This position is part of the Office of People Analytics, Defense Human Resource Activity . The incumbent will be responsible for planning, designing, executing and guiding component-wide and division-specific public affairs initiatives. Plans, directs, and executes national campaigns.Learn more about this agency
As a Public Affairs Specialist at the GS-1035-13/14 some of your typical work assignments may include:
- Conducts the public affairs program for OPA and the Joint Advertising, Market Research and Studies (JAMRS) program within OPA by collecting, developing and disseminating information, issues guidance and marketing materials such as news releases, fact sheets, Public Affairs guidance (PAG), brochures, booklets, broadcasts, bios and social media posts that increase and improved communication with the program's various stakeholders.
- Advises the program's contracted advertising agency in utilizing best practices and the latest technology to provide representatives of the print and broadcast media, trade associations, and industrial representatives with timely explanations of statistical information, agency policies and regulations.
- Provide specialized guidance and training to highly technical staff such as statisticians and psychologists who are responsible for explaining the program's technical operations to internal and external customers, including discussing statistical findings from large surveys and statistical survey operations with members of the media and their audiences.
- Plans, directs, and executes national campaigns to convey information concerning programs, research on program-related areas, responsibilities, and activities.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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