The position provides administrative support to the Office of Professional Development which provides employees with professional training and development opportunities from a variety of sources and venues such as government, external, web-based, and satellite.Learn more about this agency
Who May Apply: You must be a CURRENT student in an accredited high school, college, technical, vocational, and trade school, advanced degree program, or other qualifying education institution pursuing a qualifying degree or certificate.
Student Pathways Program: This is a Student Internship opportunity that provides students enrolled in a qualifying educational institution with paid opportunities to work in Federal agencies while completing their education. This position is part-time at 30 hours per week, but you may be able to work full-time if your class schedule allows. If this is your first appointment in the Federal service, your pay will be set at GS-4, Step 1.
Upon successful completion of the program, students MAY be non-competitively converted to a term or permanent position within 120 days of completion of the degree/program requirements; however, conversion is not guaranteed. To be eligible for conversion, you must:
- Successfully complete the academic course of study with a GPA of at least 2.5;
- Complete a minimum of 640 hours of work experience before completing degree requirements;
- Meet the minimum qualification requirements for the position; and
- Maintain acceptable performance.
As a Student Trainee, you will provide clerical support to the Office of Professional Development. Typical work assignments may include the following:
- Uses office automation software and equipment to type, edit, and format letters, memoranda, reports, technical documents, charts, graphs, and/or forms.
- Under the guidance of the supervisor, researches various topics for training and speaking events, including but not limited to performance management, legal skills, and diversity and inclusion.
- Uses Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint to draft various documents including emails to Division employees, summaries and checklists from events, recruitment materials, and procurement authorizations.
- Updates training course surveys and reviews survey results to assist the supervisor in planning future courses and programs;
- Maintains the instructions on training and speaker requirements for contractors;
- Performs data entry into DOJ's learning management system to track the learning history of Division employees;
- Assists in updating ENRD's microsites on professional development, diversity, and alternative dispute resolution;
- Participates in Committee meetings and events by providing required administrative support;
- Maintains employees records and responds to inquiries for verification of employment information;
- Collects and reviews performance documents to ensure that all fields are completed; and
- Provides support to Executive Office events, e.g. training and award events.
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