Summary: Vacancy Announcement for Management Analyst position PH-PA-8-1333
Author: ODAS - Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary - SFA
Posted September 2, 1998
This announcement is part of a series that will inform the financial aid community and others of vacant positions within the Student Financial Assistance (SFA) area of the U.S. Department of Education (ED). Only those positions that are open to candidates outside of U.S. Government service will be included among these listings. A complete copy of the vacancy announcement, which includes procedures on how and where to apply is attached to this announcement. For additional information regarding this announcement, please call the Department of Education Direct Loan Staff in Boston on (617) 565-6911 (include reference to vacancy announcement number).
We thank you in advance for your interest in serving our nation and its students as part of the SFA team.
MANAGEMENT ANALYST (1 or more vacancies)
OPM ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: PH-PA-8-1333
ORGANIZATIONAL TITLE: MANAGEMENT ANALYST, DIRECT LOAN CLIENT ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT STAFF, (POLICY, TRAINING AND ANALYSIS SERVICE)
SERIES, GRADE: GS-343-11/12
BASIC SALARY RANGE: $39,761 - $61,954 per annum
GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION: Boston, MA
ANNOUNCEMENT OPENING DATE:August 31, 1998
ANNOUNCEMENT CLOSING DATE: September 14, 1998
This position is located in the Office of Postsecondary Education, Student Financial Assistance Programs (SFAP). SFAP is responsible for the administration and overall delivery of the student financial aid programs. The primary focus of this position is to perform a variety of assignments related to the analysis and/or evaluation of the management and operations of the Student Financial Assistance Programs. Duties include developing plans for conducting SFAP studies and other management control measures by evaluating the effectiveness of existing practices, procedures, reports, policies and directives; examining overall program issues, researching and recommending new techniques or approaches, when necessary, to accomplish goals; conducting research basic to the advancement of sound management principles and program administration throughout the SFAP and recommending appropriate action on the basis of research and analyses; developing and implementing data analysis, management information, tracking and progress reporting systems; conducting management studies/surveys and analyzing and evaluating qualitatively and quantitatively, the effectiveness of program operations.
Your background must demonstrate possession of the following Selective Placement Factor: Knowledge of Title IV program regulations, systems and administration with specific knowledge and expertise with the Direct Loan (DL) Program. Be sure to provide evidence of your possession of the Selective Placement Factor in your written application materials.
THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
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