This position is located in the U.S. Department of Education (ED), Office for Civil Rights (OCR), Program Legal Group (PLG), Civil Rights Data Collection Team (CRDC), headquarters in Washington, DC. The incumbent works under the direction of the CRDC Team Leader, and supports PLG's Director, and the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy. Since 1968, OCR has conducted the CRDC to collect data on key education and civil rights issues in our nation's public schools.Learn more about this agency
This is an open continuous announcement with cutoff dates. Applications will be referred based on receipt of application and established cutoff dates as follows:
1st cutoff: August 5, 2021
2nd cutoff: September 6, 2021
3rd cutoff: October 6, 2021
4th cutoff: November 8, 2021
5th cutoff: December 7, 2021
6th cutoff: January 6, 2022
7th cutoff: February 7, 2022
8th cutoff: March 7, 2022
9th cutoff: April 6, 2022
10th cutoff: May 5, 2022
11th cutoff: June 6, 2022
END DATE: July 5, 2022
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As a Statistician, GS-1530-13, you will be responsible for:
The incumbent of this position provides methodological, statistical and conceptual formulations, advice, and guidance to OCR managers to determine institutional compliance with the civil rights laws, a major component of OCR's national civil rights compliance and enforcement program.
- Handles the most complex aspects of applying the principles and theories of statistical analytics and OCR-related legal requirements to determining compliance with the civil rights laws under OCR's jurisdiction.
- Provides coordination and leadership where necessary to OCR managers, staff, or representatives from other ED components to develop, plan, and use statistical evaluation methodologies to determine civil rights compliance.
- Researches and develops new or revised methodological and analytical statistical approaches to determine compliance with the subject matter areas under OCR's jurisdiction, as well as to gather additional research to be used by policymakers and researchers in civil rights and educational fields.
- Represents OCR in a variety of meetings and conferences, maintains effective relationships with professional groups and education officials at the federal, state, and local levels, and presents information to OCR and Department leaders in an accurate and thorough manner.
Occasional travel - 10% or less
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