Job opening: Supervisory Program Analyst
Salary: $143 736 - 191 900 per year
Published at: Feb 12 2024
Employment Type: Full-time
This position is located in the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Financial Resources (ASFR), Office of Acquisitions, Office of Strategic Programs and Business System, located in Washington, District of Columbia.
The Supervisory Program Analyst performs the following duties:
Serves as the Director, Acquisition Business Systems (ABS) Division, performing a variety of functions including policy, accountability, management and other issues and projects.
Develop and execute project plans, manage and direct workgroups, research and manage enterprise architecture contractors, evaluate factors and participants, in the technical evaluation of service providers to ensure that business requirements are met.
Advise other business system experts throughout the agency on a variety of situations.
Supervises a multi-functional staff to oversee the overall planning, directing, and timely execution of assigned programs.
Directs system development and operations including all technical development and testing and validation efforts.
Coordinates and oversees the technical evaluation of service providers to ensure that business requirements are met.
Your resume must include detailed information as it relates to the responsibilities and specialized experience for this position. Evidence of copying and pasting directly from the vacancy announcement without clearly documenting supplemental information to describe your experience will result in an ineligible rating. This will prevent you from receiving further consideration.
Specialized Experience: To qualify for the GS-15 position, the incumbent must have one year of specialized experience that is equivalent to at least the GS- 14 grade level performing duties such as:
Coordinating new projects and improving programs to accomplish organizational goals and objectives.
Planning and developing acquisition related tasks to maintain functionality in the acquisition systems availability.
Developing cost estimates and spend plans based on allocated budgets across multiple funding accounts.
Time-in-grade: Current General Schedule (GS) federal employees, and those that have served in GS positions within the last 52 weeks, must have served 52 weeks at the next lower grade, or a combination of the next lower grade level and an equivalent band in the federal service. Provide a copy of your last or most recent SF-50, "Notification of Personnel Action" to indicate your current federal status. You must also submit additional SF-50(s) to clearly demonstrate one year time-in-grade as required in the announcement. If the most recent SF-50 has an effective date within the past year, it may not clearly demonstrate that you possess one year time-in-grade. In this instance, you must provide an additional SF-50 that clearly demonstrates one year time-in-grade.
Documenting experience: In accordance with Office of Personnel Management policy, federal employees are assumed to have gained experience by performing duties and responsibilities appropriate for their official series and grade level as described in their position description. Experience that would not normally be part of the employee's position is creditable, however, when documented by satisfactory evidence, such as a signed memorandum from the employee's supervisor or an SF-50 or SF-52 documenting an official detail or other official assignment. The documentation must indicate whether the duties were performed full time or, if part time, the "percentage of times" the other duties were performed. It is expected that this documentation is included in the employee's official personnel record. In order to receive credit for experience in your resume that is not within the official series and grade level of your official position, you must provide a copy of the appropriate documentation of such experience as indicated above.
Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through national Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; community; student; social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to gain employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. If such experience is on a part-time basis, you must provide the average number of hours worked per week as well as the beginning and ending dates of the experience so it can be fully credited.
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