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- Dec 2, 2003
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
STRATEGIC PETROLEUM RESERVE
CAREER INTERN POSITION VACANCY
Opening Date: November 19th, 2003
Closing Date: December 17th, 2003
Starting Salary: GS-5, $25,697 - $33,402
GS-7, $31,830 - $41,380
(Applicants may be hired at either of the above listed grade levels based on
their qualifications. Higher starting salaries may be possible based on the
Position Title: INDUSTRIAL SECURITY SPECIALIST,
Duty Location: New Orleans, LA
Promotion Potential: GS-12, $56,463 - $73,403
Number of Position Vacancies: 1
Brief Description of Duties:
This position is located in the Security Division, Strategic
Petroleum Reserve Project Management Office, U.S. Department of Energy,
performs assigned duties required to protect the security interests at the
facilities. These duties include a variety of security duties related to
property protection program to prevent, deter, and quickly detect the theft,
damage, or destruction of Government personal property.
Education and Experience Requirements:
GS-5: Education- 4 year course of study leading to a
degree; /OR/, Experience- 3 years of general experience, 1 year of which was
equivalent to at least GS-4.
GS-7: Education- 1 full year of graduate level education or
superior academic achievement: /OR/, Experience-1 year of specialized
(experience in, or related to the line of work of the position) equivalent
A training plan must be developed for every career intern, and will be
individualized and recognize the knowledges, skills and abilities brought to
position by the selectee.
Please submit your application/resume to:
Office of Human Resources
Strategic Petroleum Reserve Project Management Office
U.S. Department of Energy
900 Commerce Road East
New Orleans, LA 70123
Your application/resume must contain the following information:
Applicants Name, Mailing Address, and Telephone Number
Social Security Number
Country of Citizenship
Name of High School and College or University attended; Date of
graduation; type of Degree; copy of your college transcript
Description of other work experience with beginning and ending
dates; the names and telephone number(s) of supervisor; the address of other
experience(s). Starting and ending dates, hours per week, salary; and
current supervisor may be contacted.
Job related training courses; job related skills, i.e., computer
software/hardware skills. Job related certificates and licenses.
Job related honors, awards.
The selectee for these positions will be hired in a 2-year Schedule B,
213,3202(0) Excepted Service Appointment. Service as an intern confers no
further Federal employment in either the competitive or excepted service
the expiration of the 2-year internship program.
Interns may be converted non-competitively to career or career-conditional
appointments upon successful completion of their internship and meting all
qualification, suitability, and performance requirements.
Appointments are subject to the DOE Priority Placement and Career Transition
Assistance Program that grants preference to certain current former DOE
employees who either face or were separated by reduction of force.
Appointments are not subject to the Interagency Career Transition Assistance
Program that grants preference to employees of other Federal agencies.
For further information contact: Dick OaEUR(tm)Neill, (504) 734-4930.
*******Position: Director of Program Management
Department: Center for Workforce Preparation
Reports To: Executive Director, CWP
Location: Washington, DC
The Center for Workforce Preparation (CWP), an affiliate of the
United States Chamber of Commerce, seeks a Director of Program
Management to manage day-to-day CWP programs. Duties include, but are not
limited to the following: oversee the management of CWP programs to ensure
that all product deadlines, deliverables date and reporting requirements are
met; manage and enhance current and future strategic alliances, coalitions
partnerships; oversee database information as it relates to program
management; effectively manage the launch of new programs to
ensure that all administrative procedures and grant requirements are
properly met; establish and maintain effective working relationships with
Chamber administrative departments; and provide the Executive Director
and SVP with regular updates on CWP programmatic issues and deadlines.
Qualified candidates will have:
5+ years of related grant experience; demonstrated experience overseeing
various grants, projects and programs to completion; strong program and
staff management skills; excellent verbal and written communication
skills; strong presentation and organization skills; and the ability to
interact effectively with all individuals within an organization's
For more information, please contact:
Center for Workforce Preparation
1615 H Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20062-2000
Phone: (202) 463-5644
Fax: (202) 463-5308
****National Archives and Records Administration
Full application information can be found at
VACANCY NUMBER 04-26B
ISSUE DATE 11-07-03
CLOSING DATE 11-28-03
POSITION: Supervisory Archives Specialist, GS-1421-9
PROMOTION POTENTIAL: None
SALARY RANGE: GS-9: $40,765 pa to $52,995 pa
The National Archives and Records Administration is accepting applications
for the following position. You must be a United States citizen to apply.
LOCATION: NARA, Office of Regional Records Services, Rocky Mountain Region,
Denver, CO (Relocation expenses will NOT be paid.)
You must send your application package to -
NARA, Human Resources Services Division
Human Resources Operations Branch (NHHO)
ATTN: Mike Abramczyk
9700 Page Avenue, Room 399
St. Louis, MO 63132
Or hand-carried it to -
National Archives and Records Administration
ATTN: Julie Newhouse
Bldg. 48, Denver Federal Center
West 6th Avenue & Kipling Street
Denver, CO 80225
For more information and/or forms, contact Mike Abramczyk at 1-800-827-4898.
Hearing impaired applicants should make calls on TDD equipment to 314-801-
0886 or 1-800-827-4898.
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Glynn R. Alsup
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
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Los Angeles, California 90017
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Mansel A. Nelson