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  • 11/17/2011 9:51 AM | Anonymous
    http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/2403070

    Job Title:Director, Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity Management-OD-SES

    Department:Department Of Health And Human Services

    Agency:National Institutes of Health

    Job Announcement Number:NIH-OD-SES-11-529465

    SALARY RANGE:

    $119,554.00 to $179,700.00 / Per Year

    OPEN PERIOD:

    Monday, November 14, 2011 to Tuesday, January 17, 2012

    SERIES & GRADE:

    ES-0340-00

    POSITION INFORMATION:

    Full Time - Senior Executive Service (SES)

    DUTY LOCATIONS:

    1 vacancy(s) - Montgomery County, MD United StatesView Map

    WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED:

    Applications will be accepted from all qualified persons. Current SES employees, individuals with SES reinstatement eligibility, and SES Candidate Development Program graduates must apply to be considered for this position. Applications will be accepted from U.S. Citizens and Non-Citizens as allowed by appropriations and statute. *ADDITIONAL SALARY INFORMATION* Annual salary limit may change per OPM and OMB certification of the DHHS Performance Appraisal System.

    JOB SUMMARY:

    The National Institutes of Health, Office of the Director is seeking exceptional candidates for the position of Director, Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity Management. This is a career Federal position in the Senior Executive Service.

    The NIH is looking for applicants with senior level expericence who can demonstrate a committment to excellence along with the collaborative spirit, energy, enthusiasm, and innovative thinking necesssary to lead in this dynamic and diverse organization.  Do you have what it takes to run an organization within the NIH?  Are you at the point in your career when it is time to "give back"?  This is a great opportunity to have a tremendous impact on this country's healthcare and enjoy the benefits of working inside the Washington beltway at a campus located at the Medical Center Metro station. Become a part of an organization that touches the lives of every American!  Are you looking for change that will provide you the opportunity to positively impact the lives of America's citizens? The NIH is an excellent, family friendly employer and an exciting place to work.


  • 11/17/2011 9:41 AM | Anonymous
    http://www.jobs.nih.gov/vacancies/executive/csrdir.htm.

    Director (CSR)

    Center for Scientific Review

    With nation-wide responsibility for improving the health and well-being of all Americans, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) oversees the biomedical research programs of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and those of NIH's research Institutes and Centers (ICs). As the world's largest medical research facility, NIH consists of 27 ICs including the Clinical Center (an on-site research hospital). NIH's national program of health research and research training has a FY 2011 budget of $31.987 billion. NIH has over 18,000 employees.

    NIH is seeking exceptional candidates for the challenging position of Director, Center for Scientific Review (CSR). CSR, with approximately 450 employees and a FY'12 budget of $107 million, is the focal point at NIH for the conduct of peer review of research grants and fellowship applications; assigns all NIH grant applications to the appropriate Institutes or Centers for consideration for funding and also to the scientific review groups within CSR or other institutes or centers for review; provides scientific merit review of most research grant and fellowship applications submitted to NIH; provides staff support to the Office of the Director, NIH, in the formulation of grant and award policies and procedures; and, assists other NIH components in providing information on the NIH peer review systems and information about the research grant and fellowship application process and procedures to the scientific community, Congress, other NIH staff, and the general public. The primary goal is to see that NIH applications receive fair, independent, expert and timely reviews, free from inappropriate influences, so that NIH can fund the most promising research.

    Specifically, the Director serves as a principal advisor to the Director, NIH, and participates in discussions relative to the development of major policy decisions affecting the research grant and review programs and provides advice and consultation to NIH components, advisory councils and grantee institutions; directs the search for the most qualified and representative individuals to serve as members of initial review groups; and, assures that effective administrative procedures are established so that program operations and obligations of government funds and other resources are rendered consistent with statutory and regulatory requirements and within limitations imposed by DHHS and Executive Branch policies. The Director also works closely with the Peer Review Oversight Group and the Deputy Director for Extramural Research, to assess broad policy issues related to the scientific review of research grants, ensuring smooth interface between program goals of NIH's Institutes and Centers and CSR review policies and procedures.


  • 11/17/2011 9:38 AM | Anonymous
    http://www.capal.org/employment/

    Title:               Program Manager (CAPAL Public Service Fellow)

    Reports to:     Chair, CAPAL and Executive Board

    Mentored By: Senior Advisors, Advisory Council and the Chair Emeritus

    Require Dates/Months of Availability: Expected to begin early January

    Time Commitment:   Full Time, min. 1 year with option to extend

    Compensation: $2,000/month and/or academic credit

    Team members: 20 on Board of Directors, including 4 on Exec. Board

    Job Summary and Key Responsibilities

    • Serve as a Program Manager providing the highest quality business operations and support services that are essential to the success of the Executive Board of CAPAL (Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer, and Secretary)
    • Work closely with the Scholarship and Internship Co-Chairs to provide research, marketing, outreach, and postings to ensure a diverse qualified applicant pool of candidates
    • Support Fundraising committee through grant-writing, researching new funding sources, and developing sponsorship initiatives
    • Further develop the infrastructure for growing and sustaining a Public Service Internship Program through documentation of operational procedures
    • Assist in planning the Annual Board Retreat, the Washington Leadership Program, Professional Development Program Events, and prepare an updated Board Manual
    • Support all program chairs with coordination of administrative duties including, but not limited to maintaining and updating databases of people and places
    • Develop external partnerships and relationships to coordinate the annual job fair
    • Attend all monthly CAPAL Board meetings and commit to keeping in constant communications with volunteer board virtually

  • 11/17/2011 9:17 AM | Anonymous
    http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/2405591

    Job Title:Student Summer Intern

    Agency:Nuclear Regulatory Commission

    Sub Agency:US Nuclear Regulatory Commission

    Job Announcement Number:ALL OFC-2011-0091

    SALARY RANGE:

    $13.00 to $28.18 / Per Hour

    OPEN PERIOD:

    Tuesday, September 27, 2011 to Monday, November 28, 2011

    SERIES & GRADE:

    GG-0099-03/09

    POSITION INFORMATION:

    Full Time - Temporary, Not to Exceed 89 days

    PROMOTION POTENTIAL:

    09

    DUTY LOCATIONS:

    20 vacancy(s) in the following locations:
    Rockville, MDView Map

    WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED:

    These positions are part of the Student Temporary Experience Program.  Applications will be accepted from United States citizens who are degree seeking students enrolled at least half-time in accredited educational institutions.  Half-time enrollment is defined by the educational institution. For institutions that do not have a definition of half-time, half of full-time enrollment will be considered half-time.

    JOB SUMMARY:

    The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is proud to be ranked as the BEST Place to Work in the Federal Government.  We've earned our top ratings by creating a work environment rich in opportunity, diversity, leadership training, teamwork, and  work life balance.  Help guide our nation into the next generation of nuclear safety!  Begin a challenging career with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission where you can be part of a select group of professionals who protect people and the environment with the peaceful use of nuclear materials in medicine, industry and research.  To find out more about the NRC, we invite you to visit us on the web at www.nrc.gov.

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT:  
    The U.S. Office of Personal Management will be upgrading the USAjobs hiring system during the period October 6 - October 12, 2011.  Since all vacancy announcements must be closed during the upgrade, this vacancy will close on October 6, 2011 and REOPEN on October 13, 2011.  It will then stay open until the final closing date of NOVEMBER 21, 2011.  Therefore, once you apply you need not apply again.

    These positions are located in various offices at the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Headquarters in Rockville, MD.

    These positions are Non Bargaining Unit.


  • 11/17/2011 9:15 AM | Anonymous
    U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY is accepting applications in the
    Senior Executive Service (SES) for Director, Office of Policy Analysis
    and Review, Office of Air and Radiation, Washington, DC

    Job Announcement Number: EPA-SES-2012-0003
    Open Period:  October 24, 2011 to November 23, 2011

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   The Office of Policy Analysis and Review
    is responsible for developing, formulating and conducting policy and
    analytical studies to inform the policy decisions of the Assistant
    Administrator for Air and Radiation (OAR) and to assess the efficiency
    and effectiveness of OAR programs.  The Office manages OAR's role in the
    Agency's regulatory development process, and reviews all major
    regulations and policies, prior to their being submitted to the
    Assistant Administrator, to assure the quality and consistency of their
    analytical support and their effectiveness in advancing the goals,
    priorities, and policies of the Agency and its authorizing legislation.

    This position also takes the lead for OAR in managing a number of
    cross-cutting initiatives that involve multiple OAR Program Offices
    and/or other EPA offices or Regions.  These programs and activities
    include significant non-regulatory programs and policy initiatives
    focusing on several priorities that the EPA Administrator identified as
    key for the future of EPA:  environmental justice, innovative technology
    and community action.

    In support of these priorities, the incumbent would be involved in such
    initiatives as Community Action for a Renewed Environment (CARE), as
    well as ongoing representation on advisory bodies such as the CAA
    Advisory Committee and its subcommittee on regulatory innovation and
    technology

    HOW TO APPLY:  You should review the complete vacancy announcement at
    http://www.usajobs.gov/ and follow the directions precisely as
    instructed in the announcement.   On USAJobs you can search under the
    job announcement number or the vacancy announcement can be accessed
    directly here: http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/301389100

    The complete application packages must be submitted online by 11:59 p.m
    Eastern time on the closing date of this announcement.  It is your
    responsibility to ensure that all materials are received on time. If all
    materials are not received by the closing date, your application will be
    evaluated solely on the information available and may be rated
    ineligible or not qualified.  Applicants that do not submit complete
    packages will be eliminated from consideration.  For more information,
    contact Aurelia Pugh-Feaster at 202-564-0402 or via email at
    pugh-feaster.aurelia@epa.gov
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