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    Are you a graduate student interested in working with senior industrial/organizational psychologists to deliver employment and organizational assessment services to Federal agencies? As an intern, you may assist with any or all of the following: develop, implement, and evaluate assessment tools for selection or promotion; develop and administer surveys; analyze data (SPSS, MS Excel, R); write technical reports; conduct job analysis/competency modeling or gap analysis and/or program evaluation.

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    Responsibilities

    • If selected, you will work under the direction of senior Industrial/Organizational psychologists and project managers. Typical duties will include the following:
    • Assist with developing, implementing, and evaluating assessment tools that may be used for selection, promotion, development, or organizational evaluation.
    • Assessment tools may include biodata, accomplishment record, cognitive ability, job knowledge, personality, situational judgment, structured interview, and training and experience.
    • Assessment tools also may include work samples, multi-source feedback, leadership assessments, and organizational surveys.
    • Assist with occupational analysis/competency modeling, including developing task and competency lists, conducting SME panels, conducting job analysis surveys, and analyzing job analysis survey data.
    • Contribute to writing technical reports, which could include drafting one or more sections of a report.
    • Analyze data using SPSS, MS Excel, and/or R.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Travel average 10%-15% yearly, but may exceed that percentage during periods of increased service delivery.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    13

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