All 34 displayed Getting Information — Observing, receiving, and otherwise obtaining information from all relevant sources. Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates — Providing information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates by telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person. Organizing, Planning, and Prioritizing Work — Developing specific goals and plans to prioritize, organize, and accomplish your work.
Current Federal Job Openings for Administrative Officers Significant Points The Administrative Officer provides leadership in the management of business functions in support of any particular program. Such functions include management advisory services, budget, human resources, agreements, purchasing and contracting, safety, and facilities.
Serves as the primary resource for assessing needs and developing business plans to meet the administrative operational requirements of the location. In addition, is responsible for developing contacts and networks to coordinate business activities. Serves as the primary contact for administrative matters.
Responsible for the full range of business functions as identified below. Management Advisory Services Provides management advisory services and formulates and implements Location administrative management policies, procedures, operations, goals, and objectives. Identifies possible problems or anticipated changes in methods or requirements and develops a set of alternative courses for Location.
Advises management officials of the potential consequences of each proposed solution, and provides recommendations to assist in making decisions. Works closely with location and Area management officials to ensure business needs of the customer are achieved.
Integrates management needs with the general business processes of the location. Evaluates and modifies existing Location methods, procedures, policies, and reporting requirements.
Budget, Finance, and Accounting Serves as the primary advisor and technical resource to officials on accounting and financial management matters. Manages all phases of budget formulation, execution, and administration to include: Recognizes problems in these areas and brings them to the attention of appropriate ARS staff for action.
Advises management officials regarding procedures, laws, regulations, and policies dealing with workforce diversity, recruitment, merit promotion, employee and labor relations, career development, training, and other human resources related activities.
Keeps employees informed of human resources rules, policies, regulations, and procedures. Reviews requests for personnel actions and provides advice and recommendations to management officials on propriety, relative need, and special problems which may be encountered in processing such requests.
Implements and oversees the Employee Orientation Program assuring that necessary information is provided to new employees and assuring that appropriate content changes are made.
As part of this activity, assures that employee id cards and Personnel Identity Verifications are completed and issued consistent with agency guidelines. Initiates the visa process in instances where non-citizens have been selected for Location positions and assures that the appropriate visa clearance has been received before an entrance on duty date is finalized.
Agreements Advises management officials on the regulatory requirements for the development and control of all extramural agreements.
Performs cost determinations for use in negotiation of such items as overhead charges, use of facilities, personnel to be furnished, and means of compensation.
Conducts administrative review of agreement statements of work and budgets, and approves all actions prior to submission to the Area Office. Serves as Authorized Departmental Officer ADO with signature authority for research support and standard cooperative agreements.
Oversees agreements to ensure financial plans are established and billings are prepared. Assures financial and technical performance reports and agreements are closed out. Anticipates long and short term needs and plans accordingly in order to procure supplies and services timely and within budget.Senior Executive Service (SES), Senior Level (SL) and Scientific and Professional (ST) Personnel Categories in the DoD Fourth Estate: Executive Resources Management CH 2 4/20/ smg fda staff manual guides, volume ii - delegations of authority administrative - personnel authority to approve awards effective date: 11/12/ The purpose of the overall Instruction is to establish and implement policy, establish uniform DoD-wide procedures, provide guidelines and model programs, delegate authority, and assign responsibilities regarding civilian personnel management within the Department of Defense.
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The Administrative Leave Act of created these new categories of statutorily authorized paid leave and established parameters for their use by Federal.
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