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    The Office of Management and Policy (OMP) formulates and executes the OIG budget; coordinates development of the OIG long-range strategic plan and oversees OIG performance measurement and reporting systems; establish OIG wide administrative policies and procedures; and provides OIG with information technology (IT), human capital and administrative support services.

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    As a Student Trainee (Information Technology Specialist) GS-5, the incumbent will receive informal and on the job training which are intended to enhance individual technical competencies. Assignments may involve applying available technologies and basic management principles to adapt computer methods to a variety of subject matter situations in a highly technical communications environment. The purpose of this trainee position is to perform analytical work related to integrated systems, computer programs, and/or equipment. Participates in a variety of projects utilizing basic computer skills to provide assistance in evaluating requirements and procedures, assisting with the preparation of technical and administrative reports, and interfacing with senior program officials.

    As a Student Trainee (Information Technology Specialist) GS-7, the incumbent will perform a variety of routine and recurring assignments, technical tasks such as solving minor problems, and analysis in support of higher level Information Technology (IT) Specialists. Gather and analyze basic facts; organizes documentation to facilitate use by more experienced specialists in troubleshooting problems. Provide information and assistance to customers. Evaluate established methods and procedures, and prepares recommendations for changes in methods and practices where appropriate. Ensure the application of appropriate security measures to the assignment.

    As a Student Trainee (Information Technology Specialist) GS-9, the incumbent plans and carries out routine work independently and participates on more complex studies and projects to develop expertise. The employee makes minor adaptations to procedures and accepted practices, and handles unexpected conditions arising in the normal course of the work. The work involves the execution of specific rules, regulations, or procedures and typically comprises a complete segment of an assignment or projected of broader scope. Identify and resolves issues and problems. Gather and analyze basic facts; organizes documentation to facilitate use by more experienced specialists in troubleshooting problems.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/515189300. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.