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(OPE Announcements) Subject: Vacancy Announcement for Management & Program Analyst GS-0343-14

Posted Date:April 25, 2014

Author: Lynn B. Mahaffie, Senior Director, Policy Coordination, Development, and Accreditation Service

Subject: Vacancy Announcement for Management & Program Analyst GS-0343-14

The U.S. Department of Education (ED) is looking for the best and brightest to ensure equal access to education and to promote educational excellence throughout the nation. If you are a highly motivated, creative individual who would like to be involved in establishing policies on federal financial aid for education, ED is the place for you!

POSITION TITLE: Management and Program Analyst
DIVISION TITLE: Policy Development Group, Policy, Planning, & Innovation, Office of Postsecondary Education
SALARY RANGE: $107,016.00- $139,115.00
LOCATION: Washington DC Metro Area, DC
OPENING DATE: April 25, 2014
CLOSING DATE: May 8, 2014

WHO MAY APPLY: One or more vacancies may be filled through this announcement. The area of consideration for this position is “All Recruiting Sources” for Non-Status candidates. Announcement OPE-2014-0020 is open concurrently with an area of consideration of “Federal Agencies” for Status candidates. Applicants eligible for appointment under special appointing authorities (i.e., VEOA, Sch. A, etc.) should also apply under announcement OPE-2014-0019.

JOB SUMMARY: Join the team that develops and implements policies and guidance for the Federal student assistance programs that serve 15 million students attending college or career schools. The incumbent is a key member of a team of staff dedicated to this effort in the Office of Postsecondary Education in the Department of Education. The incumbent has expert knowledge of the legislation and regulations governing all student financial aid programs sponsored by the Department of Education including a comprehensive understanding of applicable statutes, policies and historical precedents governing the Title IV programs and provides high level technical assistance to management, professionals at higher education institutions, and the general public.

KEY REQUIREMENTS: Relocation expenses will not be paid. Must be a U.S. citizen. Must complete a background investigation and fingerprint check. May be required to complete a one-year probationary period. If applicable--Selective Service Registration (Males born after 12/31/1959).

HOW TO APPLY: Please carefully read the information provided under the link listed below.

Last Modified: 04/24/2014