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Vacancy Announcement: Liaison for Proprietary Institutions of Higher Education

PublicationDate: 2/10/2000
Summary: Vacancy Announcement: Liaison for Proprietary Institutions of Higher Education
Author: General Manager: SFA School Channel


Posted on February 10, 2000

Vacancy Announcement: Liaison for Proprietary Institutions of Higher Education

The U. S. Department of Education invites qualified individuals to apply for the newly established position of Liaison for Proprietary Institutions of Higher Education within Student Financial Assistance.

The successful candidate will act as a liaison between Student Financial Assistance and members of the financial aid community who are involved with proprietary postsecondary education and with others who interact with proprietary postsecondary institutions. Serving as an agency expert, the liaison provides authoritative advice and consultation to ED officials and customers; provides technical assistance and resource management support; evaluates, recommends and facilitates implementation of new approaches and alternatives through cooperative efforts including outreach to program constituents and customers.

PROGRAM SPECIALIST (1 vacancy)
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: EDFY2000-0270LAL
ORGANIZATIONAL TITLE: Liaison for Proprietary Institutions of Higher Education, Student Financial Assistance, Schools Channel.
SERIES , GRADE: GS - 301 - 14
BASIC SALARY RANGE: $71,954 - $93,537
GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION: Washington, D.C.
ANNOUNCEMENT OPENING DATE: February 14, 2000
ANNOUNCEMENT CLOSING DATE: February 28, 2000

NOTE: Specialized experience: The incumbent must (1) have attained a certificate or degree from a proprietary institution of higher education (i.e. postsecondary); or (2) have been employed in a proprietary institution setting for not less than 5 years (reference 20 USCS 3426 dated 10/7/98).

A complete copy of the vacancy announcement, which includes procedures on how and where to apply can be found starting February 14, at the Department of Education's website at
http://web99.ed.gov/hrg. For additional information regarding this announcement, please call the Department of Education, Human Resources Group at (202) 401- 3609.

We thank you in advance for your interest in serving our nation and its students as part of the SFA team.

The U.S. Department of Education is an Equal Opportunity employer.

Last Modified: 02/10/2000