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    The Office of the Secretary (OS) plays a central role in ensuring the processing of Commission business. Office staff, among other things, review the legal and factual sufficiency of all SEC documents submitted to and approved by the Commission: schedule Commission meetings and ensure they are conducted in accordance with the Government in the Sunshine Act; maintain records of official Commission actions; and provide public notice of those actions on the SEC.gov website & the Federal Register.

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    If selected, you will report directly to the Branch Chief who oversees the office's Commission Actions Monitoring team and the Rulemaking, Regulatory and Federal Register team. These responsibilities may include assisting with the various channels by which the Commission approves actions and maintains records of Commission actions; supporting the Commission's rulemaking agenda and regulatory functions; or reviewing a wide range of Commission documents, such as notices, orders, rulemakings, and other releases prior to their print and online publication.

    Typical Duties will Include:

    1. Performs a variety of administrative and legal assignments designed to provide training, experience and technical competence in the methods, procedures, principles, theories, and techniques for the collection and analysis of program specific reports.
    2. Handles routine matters and refers inquiries to appropriate personnel based on knowledge of programs and functions, assignments, internal procedures and relationships.
    3. Performs a broad range of duties using various computer software programs to perform such operations as updating, revising, sorting, calculating, and manipulating data in spreadsheets. Performs administrative duties, including data input, document review, records management, and/or document production.
    4. Compiles and verifies a variety of data, which may include statistical, financial, technical, or legal, needed for analysis and required reports.
    5. Provides support to agency meetings which may include, set up, monitoring of participants, preparation of meeting materials, and other support.
    6. Processes and handles correspondence, including preparing and sealing correspondence, and tracking correspondence in agency database.

    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/575500700. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.