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Vacancy Announcement - Two Institutional Improvement Specialist Positions in Seattle, Washington

PublicationDate: 5/4/99
Summary: Vacancy Announcement - Two Institutional Improvement Specialist Positions in Seattle, Washington
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Posted on May 7, 1999

The U.S. Department of Education (ED) has posted two vacancy announcements for one Institutional Improvement Specialist (IIS) position in Seattle, Washington. Both announcements close on May 14, 1999.

Interested applicants may apply at the highest grade (GS-12 or GS-13) for which they qualify. Those who qualify at both grade levels may improve their chance of being selected by applying under both vacancy
announcements.

The IIS works with institutions to help them improve their administration of the Title IV Student Financial Assistance Programs. This can be through answering questions by phone or in writing, giving
presentations, providing training to individuals or groups, or evaluating institutional systems and suggesting improvements. As a technical expert, the IIS will also provide training to ED staff.

The Seattle Case Management Team has responsibility for Title IV eligible institutions in the states of Alaska, Idaho, Indiana, Oregon, and Washington. Frequent travel will be required within these states
and to other parts of the country.

TO APPLY BY MAIL: Request application materials by calling USAJOBS in Seattle at 206-553-0888 (press 1 at the main menu, then press 3, then press 1 to continue). Finally, enter your zip code and press the #
key to record your request for the complete application package for Institutional Improvement Specialist FW0633 and/or FW0634.

TO APPLY ELECTRONICALLY: Connect to the USAJOBS web site at
http://www.usajobs.opm.gov; select the first option for the Current Job Openings area; answer the question regarding your eligibility
status, and use the alphabetical search option to locate the Institutional Improvement Specialist positions in Seattle, WA.

After you have accessed, reviewed, and printed the job announcement(s), follow the instructions in the announcement to apply electronically.

Step (1) explains how to create and submit an on-line resume.

Responses to address the KSA's (knowledge, skills, and abilities) listed in the announcement may be included in your resume or mailed in separately.

Step (2) explains how to complete the on-line supplemental qualifications statement (additional instructions and questions are included at the end of the vacancy announcement).

Please be sure to carefully review the vacancy announcement. All required items must be complete and submitted timely. Two separate complete applications must be submitted if you wish to be considered
at either grade level.

Last Modified: 08/16/1999