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    The anticipated start date for all selectees is September 16, 2019.

    IMPORTANT APPLICATION DEADLINE: It is anticipated that there will be significant interest in this announcement. As a result the announcement will close at 11:59 PM EST on the date of receipt of the 75th application or at 11:59 PM EST on June 25, 2019; whichever occurs first.

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    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is seeking bright, innovative, results-driven individuals for the NOAA Honors Program (NHP).  The NHP is a highly competitive one-year training and development program designed to train entry-level personnel for subsequent advancement to the journey-level in professional, scientific, administrative, and technological career fields and requires each qualified candidate to undergo an assessment process.

    The NHP is a premier program for exceptional recent graduates looking for careers at NOAA.  Qualified candidates apply for a limited number of positions and are selected based on their academic performance, experience and other criteria.  Those selected for this program will be offered an enhanced developmental experience, including agency rotations; formal Individual Development Plans; mentorships; focused-on-the-job training and leadership training.  Candidates will be required to complete established training through on-the-job assignments, cross-training, rotational assignments, and formal training (e.g. classroom, distance learning, web-based training, conferences and seminars).

    Candidates selected for this program will put their academic achievements and intellect to use while developing for permanent positions within NOAA.  If selected, you will have the opportunity to apply concepts, protocols and tools acquired through course work in the real world by working side-by-side with agency experts. 

    Candidates are appointed through the Pathways Programs Recent Graduates Hiring Authority that targets individuals who have recently graduated from an accredited educational institution within the past two years.   Candidates enter the program at the Pay GS-09 equivalent grade level with promotion potential to the GS-13 equivalent grade level.  After completion of the one-year developmental program, candidates are eligible for non-competitive conversion to a permanent position within NOAA.

    The incumbent for this position will perform the following duties:

    • Conducts routine budget analysis assignments participating in the conducting and revising of budget estimates, justification statements, and execution plans submitted by office programs. Prepares budget justifications and analysis work.
    • Utilizes automated systems to input, maintain, review and analyze cost data for budget planning and execution, works with higher level analysts to identify budgetary issues and communicate with management, staff and external organizations, and provides recommendations for priorities for use of financial resources.
    • Works with higher level analysts to develop budget operating plans and labor projections, and prepares financial reconciliations.
    • Prepares basic worksheets, budget forms and statistical summaries needed to formulate the required budget; tracks all program costs.
    • Ensures that the preparation and use of funds are in accordance with allocations, policies, procedures, laws, and required formulation.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Less than 5% of travel may be required.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential

    13 - There is no obligation to provide future promotions if you are selected. Promotions are dependent on your ability to perform the duties at a higher level, meet all the performance requirements, and supervisor’s recommendation to the next grade.

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    0560 Budget Analysis

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/536862200. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.