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Box Bulker Technician
Reports To/Title: Team Leader
Exempt Status: Non-Exempt
To support the packaging of materials that are shipped to our customers from the Fowlerville facility through the process of box to bulk. This position will be directed on a day to day basis by the production Team Leader. This is a Monday through Friday position.
Assisting with staging of material
Assisting with box bulking material that has been scheduled for the day
Properly documenting information that iscritical to customer demand and inverntory of product.
Labeling, repackaging, sorting and recycling materials throughout the operations area.
General housekeeping through the plant and including outside grounds.
Working under the direction of senior employees to help with change overs.
Working under the direction of team leaders to support side work that is needed.
Working closely with shipping department on when progected times of arrival for box bulker will occur.
Assist Team Leader with special duties as needed.
Minimum requirement is High School Diploma or G.E.D. Post-Secondary education would be an asset.
Basic reading, writing and computer literacy are required
Must be able to be certified for fork lift driving.
About the Company:
We manufacture high performance plastic compounds for OEMs and tier suppliers around the globe. Whether it is from Detroit to Dusseldorf or San Antonio to Sao Paulo, at every point between A and B our materials are supporting the creation and commercialization of consumer products.
Temporary Clerk Typist At The Tobacco Enforcement Section
Client Facility: The Tobacco Enforcement Section
Client Location: Harrisburg, PA
Work Shifts: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. with a one hour lunch and two 15-minute breaks.
Assignment Duration: Six (6) months to begin as soon as possible.
Assignment does not include paid holidays, state benefits, overtime or parking.
Scope of Work:
- Prepare a weekly schedule.
- Maintain office calendar.
- Schedule meetings.
- Take notes at staff meetings.
- Open and close tobacco related matters in a case management system.
- Data entry using case management system and Excel.
- Prepare and send correspondence.
- Process daily mail, including routing and maintaining mail log.
- Maintain files.
- Answer phone calls, screen calls and route to the appropriate staff member.
- Order and maintain supplies.
- Perform other duties as assigned by attorneys, investigators and executive secretary.
- General secretarial experience
- Typing speed of 40 words per minute
- Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
- Good interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
- Ability to multitask
- Shows initiative and works independently
- Mature and dependable
- Excellent telephone skills
Alcohol & Tobacco Enforcement Agent III
Essential functions are fundamental, core functions common to all positions in the class series and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all job duties for any one position in the class. Since class specifications are descriptive and not restrictive, incumbents can complete job duties of similar kind not specifically listed here.
Ensures exhaustive follow-up investigation of all evidence, tips and sources of information.
Ensures appropriate inclusion and coordination between multiple agencies.
Conducts Statewide Beverage Server Training classes, administers tests and issues server identification cards.
Conducts civil and criminal investigations including complex investigations such as hidden ownership, three-tier system violations, etc.
Conducts sting operations.
Conducts inspections of liquor establishments and warehouse inventory audits.
Participates in overseeing/field training lower level agents. Provides input to Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement Field Supervisor on agent's performance.
Makes arrests, completes investigative and compliance reports to include crime reports that are submitted to the State Bureau of Identification; reports bay be used in court cases; prosecutes cases in court and before the Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement Commission.
JOB REQUIREMENTS for Alcohol & Tobacco Enforcement Agent III
Applicants must have education, training and/or experience demonstrating competence in each of the following areas:
Possession of a State of Delaware Council on Police Training Certificate.
At least two years experience as a Certified Police Officer.
Three years experience in conducting investigations which includes conducting interviews to obtain confidential information, gathering evidence and documenting findings.
Three years experience in ensuring compliance with alcohol and tobacco laws, rules, regulations, standards, policies, and procedures.
Knowledge of staff training.
Possession of a valid Driver's License (not suspended, revoked or cancelled, or disqualified from driving).
Additional Posting Information
Incumbents working four or more hours of work between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. the following day will receive 5% shift differential pay.
Conditions of Hire
As a condition of hire if the successful candidate's DE Council on Police Training Certificate (COPT) has become inactive (per Council regulations), the successful candidate must obtain an active certificate within 90 days of employment.
Criminal background check: A satisfactory criminal background check is required as a condition of hire. The recruiting agency may require the applicant to pay for the criminal background check as part of the conditional offer of hire.
Pre-employment Drug Testing: Upon a conditional offer, you must undergo pre-employment drug testing as part of the hiring process.
This position is a classification organized under an exclusive bargaining representative (labor organization). The candidate selected for this position shall be asked to join and pay dues to the labor organization or may, decline joining the labor organization and not pay dues or a fee. The labor organization has been elected by employees as their representative for collective bargaining and other work related purposes.
To learn more about the comprehensive benefit package please visit our website at http://ben.omb.delaware.gov/
The application and supplemental questionnaire are evaluated based upon a rating of your education, training and experience as they relate to the job requirements of the position. It is essential that you provide complete and accurate information on your application and the supplemental questionnaire to include dates of employment, job title and job duties. For education and training, list name of educational provider, training course titles and summary of course content. Narrative information supplied in response to the questions must be supported by the information supplied on the application including your employment, education and training history as it relates to the job requirements.
Once you have submitted your application on-line, all future correspondence related to your application will be sent via email. Please keep your contact information current. You may also view all correspondence sent to you by the State of Delaware in the "My Applications" tab at www.delawarestatejobs.com.
Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities in all phases of the application and employment process. To request an auxiliary aid or service please call (302) 739-5458. TDD users should call the Delaware Relay Service Number 1-800-232-5460 for assistance. The State of Delaware – An Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
Assistant Professor Of Practice, Tobacco Cessation (Phoenix, AZ) (Career-Track) (Nte)
The Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health (MEZCOPH) at the University of Arizona (UA) invites applicants for as Assistant Professor of Practice who will serve as Director of the newly established, Arizona Center for Tobacco Cessation in the Department of Health Promotion Sciences. We are seeking a Director who will coordinate and manage all aspects of the Arizona Center for Tobacco Cessation's operations and service delivery.
This position leads the program management team to develop and maintain high-quality evidence-based tobacco cessation programming for the Arizona Center for Tobacco Cessation's Smokers Helpline (ASHLine), and Training Institute. The Director is responsible for developing Center's strategic plan development process and implementing the plan, meeting the deliverables of the program funder per contract with the Arizona Department of Health Services. This position is responsible for oversight of all management functions including monitoring all aspects of internal evaluation and quality improvement initiatives, supervising service delivery and report development including reports to Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS), and the CDC.
The Director is responsible for coordinating efforts with subcontractors to maintain on-going contracts and collaborate with ADHS to develop and bolster private public partnership efforts at the Arizona Center for Tobacco Cessation. The Director is additionally responsible for internal IT programming and initiatives, organizational HIPAA compliance, and personnel policy development and implementation. Importantly, the Director is responsible for assuring the financial integrity and revenue development efforts including external contracts and the implementation thereof.
The Director will be appointed as a career-track (non-tenure eligible) faculty member at the level of Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Promotion Sciences, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health. Health Promotion Sciences engages the community to translate science into practice to inspire and change the world. The mission of the Department of Health Promotion Sciences is to collaborate with communities in the southwestern United States in developing innovative responses to health challenges, and translating best practices globally . To learn more about the Department of Health Promotion Sciences, please visit our website at: https://publichealth.arizona.edu/hps.
The Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health supports the UA's diversity and inclusiveness strategic initiatives designed to create an inclusive environment for all faculty, staff, and students. The expectation is this candidate will support diversity and inclusiveness efforts in the department and college. Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!
The University of Arizona has been listed by Forbes as one of America's Best Employers in the United States and WorldatWork and the Arizona Department of Health Services have recognized us for our innovative work-life programs. For more information about working at the University of Arizona and relocation services, please click here.
Director, Tobacco Cessation Training Institute (Phoenix, AZ)
We are seeking a Tobacco Cessation Training Institute Director for the newly established Arizona Center for Tobacco Cessation, who will oversee, coordinate and manage all aspects of the newly established Tobacco Training Institute at the University of Arizona. This includes development and delivery of training curriculum, promoting partnerships across the state of Arizona to promote broad-based tobacco cessation education, and establishing a sustainable business model.
The Director will lead a team of health educators working with county health departments, health systems, federally funded health clinics, community health workers, and academic institutions. Responsibilities include; developing, implementing an evaluating a strategic plan in tobacco cessation education for the state of Arizona. Also for meeting, the deliverables of the program funder - the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS), per contract, including regular reporting of outcomes.
The selected candidate will be responsible for oversite of all management functions including monitoring all aspects of training program initiatives, internal evaluation and quality improvement activities. Coordinating efforts with subcontractors to maintain comprehensive and quality programming, oversight of internal IT programming and initiatives, organizational HIPAA compliance, program marketing and personnel management are encompassed in this role. Importantly, the Director is responsible for assuring the financial integrity and revenue development efforts including external contracts and the implementation thereof.
The Training Institute Director will be an Appointed Service Professional (AP) position in the Department of Health Promotion Sciences, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health. The Arizona Center for Tobacco Cessation is located within the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health at the University of Arizona and funded by the state tax on tobacco products. We have been helping people quit tobacco since 1995.
We offers free telephone and Web-based tobacco cessation services and provides free training and technical assistance to healthcare providers throughout the state of Arizona. The overarching goal of the newly established Tobacco Cessation Training Institute is to increase the Center's ability to significantly reduce tobacco use in Arizona through workforce development and capacity building around tobacco cessation. The Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health (MEZCOPH) at the University of Arizona (UA) invites applicants for the position of Director, Tobacco Cessation Training Institute, Arizona Center for Tobacco Cessation in the Department of Health Promotion Sciences.
The UA's MEZCOPH is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). It is a rapidly growing and dynamic college and a member of the Association of Schools and programs of Public Health (ASPPH). We are dedicated to promoting the health of communities in the Southwest and globally with emphasis on achieving health equity through excellence in education, research, and service. The College has active teaching, research, and service programs, and is home to several prominent university centers, including the Canyon Ranch Center for Prevention and Health Promotion, the CDC funded Arizona Prevention Research Center, the Western Regional Public Health Training Center, the Center for Rural Health, the Global Health Institute, among others.
The College is also a vital partner in multi-college (Medicine, Pharmacy, Agriculture, Nursing) and trans-disciplinary centers that include the Arizona Cancer Center, Arizona Respiratory Center, the UA Center for the Elimination of Border Health Disparities, among others.
The University of Arizona has a vibrant American Indian Studies Program, and has a strong history of indigenous health research, with several federal research projects that address Native American health, including a Native American Research Center for Health (NARCH) and the Center for Indigenous Environmental Health Research. Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more! The University of Arizona has been listed by Forbes as one of America's Best Employers in the United States and WorldatWork and the Arizona Department of Health Services have recognized us for our innovative work-life programs.
For more information about working at the University of Arizona and relocation services, please click here. Accepting a new position is a big life step. We want potential candidates and their families to be able to make informed decisions.
Candidates who are considering relocation to the Tucson or Phoenix area, and have been offered an on-site interview, are encouraged to use the free services offered by Above & Beyond Relocation Services (ABRS).Ask your department contact to be introduced to ABRS prior to your visit. The University of Arizona has been listed by Forbes as one of America's Best Employers in the United States and WorldatWork and the Arizona Department of Health Services have recognized us for our innovative work-life programs. The Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health supports the UA's diversity and inclusiveness strategic initiatives designed to create an inclusive environment for all faculty, staff, and students. It is the expectation of this candidate to support diversity and inclusiveness efforts in the department and college.
Data Analyst Iii-Center For Tobacco Independence
The ideal candidate will have a passion for community health improvement and the desire to interpret data to enhance the Center for Tobacco Independence (CTI) programs.# This role is responsible for all evaluation, surveillance, reporting, and analysis consistent with the Federal Center for Disease Control (CDC) framework for program evaluation. The incumbent manages both internal and external survey processes and serves as the key contact for vendor relationship.
This position reports to the Senior Director and is a member of the MaineHealth CTI leadership team. The analyst must possess strong qualitative and quantitative analytic skills and have a desire to train and share data analytics and concepts with other team members. This position requires significant coordination with federal, state, and sub-recipient partners.
Additionally, this position provides critical evaluation and analysis to inform business decisions. This position requires extensive experience with analytic tools such as SAS, STATA, SPSS, or similar software platforms. The incumbent will manage datasets from multiple sources and interact with United States CDC, National Quitline Data Warehouse, the North American Quitline Consortium, and the Maine CDC and Department for Health and Human Services (DHHS).# Summary of Position Description Identifies, collects, integrates and analyzes data in support of the assigned project and/or department.
Uses applied statistics, sampling, univariate, multivariate, and time dependent analytic techniques which encompass study design, implementation and data management, monitoring and reporting. This position works independently and uses methodologies consistent with the established policies, procedures and regulatory requirements affecting the department. Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required Master#s in healthcare field preferred.
Doctoral level background in research methodology preferred. 5-7 years# experience analyzing data required. 3-5 years in healthcare preferred. Intermediate to advanced proficiency in SAS (Statistical Analysis Software), spreadsheet, relational database, graphics and word processing software is required. Skills with additional statistical software packages are desirable.
Other degrees/certification in an allied health profession preferred.
Department specific certification may be required. Experience in working with large clinical and/or administrative databases, including both management and analysis.
Capable of searching and critically appraising medical literature. Ability to work and interact with multiple departments. Ability to manage and lead multiple projects.
Effective verbal and written communication skills. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills are essential attributes for this position. Ability to pay attention to detail. Teaching and supervisory skills are highly desirable.#
Tobacco Research Assistant
The position will provide support in agronomic research and extension programs in flue-cured and burley tobacco. The incumbent must independently develop, design, execute, and analyze applied tobacco research for multiple projects that encompass tobacco weed science, sucker control, soil fertility/plant nutrition, seedling production, crop physiology, and organic production. The incumbent will contribute to data analysis, research publications, and annual reports. In addition, the incumbent will require close work with graduate students, other project technicians, and support tobacco faculty.
Master's of Science degree in Crop Science, Plant Science, Soil Science, Horticultural Science or closely related field, or a Bachelor's degree in related field with at least 3 years of professional relevant experience is required for this position.
Experience with advanced data analysis software (ex. SAS) is required as well.
Experience with advanced data analysis software (ex. SAS).
Experience with tobacco research.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Tobacco Compliance Agent
VILLAGE OF SCHAUMBURG
Human Resources Department
101 Schaumburg Court
Schaumburg, IL 60193
The Village of Schaumburg employs approximately 600 employees in a variety of departments within the organization, such as police, fire, public works, engineering, finance, human resources, cultural services, community development, information technology, and transportation. Our employees work to serve the residents and strive to make Schaumburg the best community it can be.
Schaumburg is a thriving community of 75,936 residents located 12 miles west of O'Hare International Airport and approximately 26 miles northwest of the City of Chicago. The community is the base of the second largest concentration of retail, office and commercial activity in the state of Illinois and recently named one of the Top Ten Best Places to Live according to Money Magazine.
INVITES ONLINE APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF:
Tobacco Compliance Agent (Community Development Department) part-time with an online application deadline of 08/26/2018 or until 75 applicants have successfully completed the application process.
SALARY RANGE: $11.56 - $16.76 per hour working up to 19 hours per week. Salary dependent on qualifications.
Please attach as part of your application all necessary documents verifying that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position.
This position serves as an undercover agent that enters establishments that have a valid Village of Schaumburg tobacco license for the purpose of underage tobacco sales violations. Agents shall conduct themselves in a manner that is consistent with what is expected of all Village employees.
Enter establishment alone, with only cash in their pockets and no identification. Attempt to purchase cigarettes and other tobacco products with money provided by the village.
Report the details of their interaction with the establishment to the code enforcement inspector and surrender tobacco product to the code enforcement inspector if a sale is made. The inspector may wait in the village vehicle during the transaction and will handle the follow up with the establishment after the intern's interaction. May also be required to testify at a hearing with the Village Manager, at an Adjudication Hearing, and/or at the Third District Court of Cook County. Performs other duties as assigned.
Must be between the ages of 16 years and 17 years and three months and look their age. Must provide a certified copy of their Birth Certificate.
Must be able to work after school or on weekends; or on school holidays which are not village holidays. Parents' permission is required. Females should not use excessive make-up or dress in attire that gives the impression she is older.
Males should be clean-shaven. Males and females should not wear clothing with high school or college affiliations. They should dress in street clothes, as they normally would for school.
WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Capable of stooping, crawling, bending the body downward and forward by bending spine at the waist, bending the body forward and downward by bending leg and spine, turning the body at the waist or turning the head at the neck in an unrestricted motion, moving about on hands and knees or hands and feet, extending arm(s) and hand(s) in any direction; seizing, holding, grasping, turning, with hands; picking, pinching, or otherwise working with fingers; maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling when walking, running, standing, or crouching. Ability to judge distances so as to see objects where and as they actually are; ability to distinguish objects by the eye; ability to perceive the nature of sounds; ability to feel objects such as size, shape, or texture by the use of fingers and finger tips; ability to distinguish varying degrees of temperatures.
Walk, sit, and stand for long periods of time. Function effectively under stress.
Part-Time employees are not eligible for benefits.
Candidate screening process may consist of an application review, skills testing, employability assessment, interviews, reference checks, and other job-related testing or verifications. Chosen candidates will be subject to a background and criminal history investigation, and qualifying pre-employment medical examination and drug screen.
THE VILLAGE OF SCHAUMBURG IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Health Promotion Program Coordinator – Tobacco Cessation
16101_80008 Mercy Cancer Network
Expected Weekly Hours:
Job Description Details:
Contributes to the coordination of the development, delivery, and evaluation of health promotion for a specific target population on tobacco cessation.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provides direct counseling with the patients.
Collaborates in program design and delivery with Regional Tobacco cessation staff, Health Center departments, the medical staff, community agencies and other health professionals.
Serves on departmental, Health Center or community committees as necessary to plan, review, and revise health-related services.
Coordinates and delivers health education services at various Health Center and community locations.
Coordinates program marketing, promotion, arrangements, and resources.
Helps develop program goals, objectives, content, materials, resource plans, and marketing and promotion plans, as appropriate.
Considers age specific, developmental, and cultural needs of target populations in the development of program curricula.
Gathers analyzes data related to Health Promotion programs.
Reviews and evaluates available methodologies for Health Promotion programs.
Conducts periodic program evaluation and disseminates results.
Maintains knowledge of current trends in the field of Health Promotion.
Maintains good rapport and cooperative relationships.
Approaches conflict in a constructive manner.
Helps to identify problems, off solutions, and participates in their resolution.
Maintains the confidentiality of information acquired pertaining to patient, physicians, employees, and visitors to St. Joseph Mercy Hospital.
Discusses patient and hospital information only among appropriate personnel in appropriately private places.
Behaves in accordance with the Mission, Vision, and Values of SJMHS.
Assumes responsibility for performance of job duties in the safest possible manner, to assure personal safety and that of coworkers, and to report all preventable hazards and unsafe practices immediately to management.
OTHER FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Performs other duties as assigned.
REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND CERTIFICATION/LICENSURE
Education: Requires Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in field directly related to program responsible for supporting.
- Master's Degree in field directly related to program responsible for supporting.
Experience: Two to three years related experience.
REQUIRED SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Oral and written skills.
Interpersonal communication skills necessary to communicate in a clear manner to varying audiences.
Organizational skills needed to manage people, resources, and projects.
Planning skills necessary in program design, goal setting and budgeting.
Technical ability to operate audiovisual equipment presentations.
Analytical ability to obtain and evaluate information, analyze problems, consider alternative solutions, project long-term effects of decisions and make appropriate decisions.
This document is intended to describe the generalized duties and responsibilities, the specialized job functions, and the essential requirements of this job. It is not intended to be an exhaustive statement of all supplemental duties, responsibilities, or non-essential requirements or reflect any accommodations made under the American's with Disability Act, the Michigan Handicapper's Act, or SJMHS's Return to Work Program
Trinity Health's Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Trinity Health employs more than 120,000 colleagues at dozens of hospitals and hundreds of health centers in 21 states. Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences, and health practices of the communities that we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive health outcomes. We also recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world and that these differences often lead to innovative solutions.
Trinity Health's dedication to diversity includes a unified workforce (through training and education, recruitment, retention and development), commitment and accountability, communication, community partnerships, and supplier diversity.
Alcohol & Tobacco Specialist (International Affairs Officer)
TTB's mission is to collect alcohol, tobacco, firearms and ammunition excise taxes; to ensure that alcohol beverages are labeled, advertised and marketed in accordance with the law; and to administer the laws and regulations in a manner that protects the revenue, protects the consumer, and promotes voluntary compliance. TTB is recognized as one of the Federal government's best places to work. We ranked in the top 1% of agency subcomponents (#4 of 339) in the Partnership for Public Service's 2017 "Best Places to Work in the Federal Government" ratings. For more information, please see www.bestplacestowork.org.
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The following are the duties of this position at the GS-14. If you are selected at a lower grade level, you will have the opportunity to learn to perform all these duties, and will receive training to help you grow in this position.
Serve as an expert authority on broad alcohol program issues falling within TTB's jurisdiction.
Manage projects involving studies of processes, problems, and initiatives which concern Division programs and associated activities in other Federal, State, local, and international enforcement and regulatory agencies and organizations.
Perform complex, in-depth studies and/or direct and coordinate task forces or working groups on significant issues which impact on functions and programs of national and international significance, particularly those encompassing programs of the Division.
Develop and coordinate policy, regulation decisions and adverse actions based on review and discussion with the Director, International Affairs Division, officials at the Department of the Treasury and other management officials.
Provide leadership and guidance to Headquarters and field managers about the impact of trends, new technology and other matters affecting assigned program areas.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel of 1 to 5 days per month possible.
Who May ApplyThis job is open to…All Candidates who are:
Current or former federal employees qualifying as Status Candidates, VEOA eligibles, CTAP/ICTAP eligibles, eligible for special hiring authorities (e.g., the Schedule A appointment for persons with disabilities, or covered by an Interchange Agreement)
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1801 General Inspection, Investigation, Enforcement, And Compliance Series
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Must be U.S. Citizens or U.S. Nationals.
The experience may have been gained in either the public, private sector or volunteer service. One year of experience refers to full-time work; part-time work is considered on a prorated basis. To ensure full credit for your work experience, please indicate dates of employment by month/day/year, and indicate number of hours worked per week on your resume.
You must meet the following requirements by the closing date of this announcement.
Specialized experience: For the GS-14, you must have one year of specialized experience at a level of difficulty and responsibility equivalent to the GS-13 grade level in the Federal service. Specialized experience for this position includes:
- Experience functioning as a policy developer and manager for a program area pertaining to alcohol programs; AND
- Experience working on issues involving international trade industry participation in interagency groups or teams.
Specialized experience: For the GS-13, you must have one year of specialized experience at a level of difficulty and responsibility equivalent to the GS-12 grade level in the Federal service. Specialized experience for this position includes:
- Experience managing or co-managing projects and studies; AND
- Providing advice on technical matters involving alcohol.
In addition to the above requirements, you must meet the following time-in-grade requirement, if applicable:
For the GS-14, you must have been at the GS-13 level for 52 weeks.
For the GS-13, you must have been at the GS-12 level for 52 weeks.
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