JOB OPPORTUNITY IN COSTAL GEORGIA
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|From:||Kimberly L Parker <email@example.com> (by way of histonet)|
OPEN PERIOD 01/19/1999 -
SALARY: 26,998 TO $ 35,097, ANNUAL PROMOTION POTENTIAL: GS-07
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: DW990052X
DUTY LOCATIONS: 0001 FORT STEWART, GA
HIRING AGENCY: Office of the Secretary of the Army
REMARKS: FORMS REQUESTS WILL BE FORWARDED VIA FAX
CONTACT: CIV PERS ADVISORY CENTER
PHONE: (912) 767-5051
BUILDING 6, MELOY HALL
FORT BENNING, GA 31905
Full vacancy announcement follows. Please be sure to review
for complete qualification and "How to Apply" information.
INITIAL CUT OFF DATE: 1 FEBRUARY 1999
TYPE OF APPOINTMENT: CAREER CONDITIONAL
NOTE: This position requires the completion of the attached
Supplemental Qualifications Statement. See WHERE AND HOW TO APPLY in this
vacancy announcement to be considered for this position.
NOTE: At this time, the SECPOC DOES NOT ACCEPT resumes by electronic mail.
Please follow the instructions shown in the HOW AND WHERE TO APPLY sections
Announcement No: DW990052X
Opening Date: January 19, 1999
Closing Date: March 19, 1999
Position Title: HISTOPATHOLOGY TECHNICIAN
Pay Plan-Series-Grade: GS-0646-07
Duty Station: FORT STEWART, GA USA
Area of Consideration:
Duties: Utilizes knowledge of histotechnology principles, practices, and
procedures (to include the theories, techniques, and practices unique to
Anatomic Pathology) sufficient to perform assigned duties. Conducts an
update and review of all pr
ocedures, material, and personnel requirements within the section.
Establishes new procedures, implements and maintains a quality control
program, and evaluates overall operations of the section to maintain
compliance with accreditation requirements fo
r College of American Pathologists, and Joint Commission for Accreditation of
Healthcare Organizations. Takes corrective actions identified in
accreditation inspections. Ensures the effective use, operations, and
calibration of all instruments within
the section. Advises specialists in other sections of the laboratory or
services on new or advanced histological procedures. Provides information on
new or advanced histological procedures. Provides information and is invol!
ved in the selection of new reagents and equipment. Attends in service
training programs, professional meetings, instructional courses, and reads
technical journals to gain knowledge in new procedures. Performs specialty
testing and staining procedure
s requiring expertise in histology. Selects appropriate stains to
specific elements or components of tissue to analyze and interpret a variety
of reactions to verify results or determine what steps to take to reclaim
tissue or slide. Perfo
rms other duties as assigned.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Incumbent must participate in the Department of
Defense (DOD) Electronic Fund Transfer program as a condition of employment
accordance with DOD Comptroller Policy dated 22 September 1992.
Qualification Requirements: QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must meet one of the following conditions (1) EDUCATION, (2)
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE, or (3) COMBINATION OF EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION to be
considered eligible for this position.
1. EDUCATION: One (1) full year of graduate education. (A copy of transcript
2. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: One (1) year experience
equivalent to at least the GS-6 level in the Federal service. Specialized
experience is defined as experience that equipped the applicant with the
particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the
of the position, and that
is typically in or related to the work of this position.
3. COMBINATION OF EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Equivalent
combinations of successfully completed directly related progressively higher
level graduate school education as described in Education above, and
experience may be used to meet the qualification requirement for this
position. NOTE: When combining spec
ialized experience and appropriate level education, first determine your
qualifying education as a percentage of the education required for the grade
level, then determine your experience as a percentage of the total experience
required for the gr
ade level. Finally,
add the two percentages together. The total percentages must at least equal
100 percent to qualify.
BASIS OF RATING: To be eligible, applicants must receive a score of at least
70 out of a possible 100 points. Veterans entitled to preference may receive
an additional 5 to 10 points added to their score. Qualified applicants will
be referred in scor
e order (including veterans preference).
NOTE: If you are a displaced Federal employee, see the special instructions
for priority selection consideration. Applicants desiring priority
consideration under the Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program
(ICTAP) must be rated among the wel
l-qualified group of candidates. Well-qualified for this position includes
those candidates who have obtain a score of 80 or above.
Applications filed in response to this Recruiting Bulletin will be used to
fill this specific vacancy only. However, should additional vacancies occur
within six months of the above closing date, the remaining eligible
applications on file may be used
for referral. If a like position is opened under a different announcement
source/program, you must follow the appropriate instructions specified from
that source in order to be considered.
Selective Placement Factors/Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSA's):
Male applicants born after December 31, 1959, are required to complete a
Pre-Employment Certification Statement for Selective Service registration
prior to appointment. Failure to comply may be grounds for withdrawal of an
offer of employment, or dismi
ssal after appointment.
WHERE AND HOW TO APPLY:
SOUTHEAST CIVILIAN PERSONNEL OPERATIONS CENTER
ATTN: SFCP-SE-S-X (DW-99-0052X)
STAFFING SERVICES DIVISION
FORT BENNING, GEORGIA 31905
All application must be received or postmarked no later than the closing date
indicates on this announcement.
The attached Supplemental Qualification Statement (SQS) is provided to
facilitate applying for this position. To receive consideration for this
position, applicants must complete the SQS and submit it with an Application
for Federal Employment (SF-l7l), an Optional Application for Federal
Employment (OF-6l2), a resume or any other written format chosen provided
it contains all the required information to apply for this position.
Form 5l0, Applying for a F
ederal Job, explains the choices available as to the format of an application
and also covers the important information needed in order to receive
Incomplete applications will result in loss of consideration.
The following forms, if applicable, should accompany your application at time
College Transcripts When education is required for qualification
determination, a copy of all applicable college transcripts is required. If
the educational institution will be forwarding your transcript under separate
cover, ensure they include in ou
r address, ATTN: External Branch, announcement number DW-99-0052X.
DD-214 Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, or other proof
eligibility (if claiming 5-point veteran preference).
DD-214, SF-15, and VA/Service Document (if claiming 10-point Veterans
Preference). Document certifying service-connected disability must be dated
within the last (12) months.
Forms and information may be obtained from the Civilian Personnel Advisory
Center, 101 West Bultman Avenue, Suite 100, Fort Stewart, GA 31314-5000.
may also acquire Federal job vacancy information by using a personal computer
equipped with a modem
and communications software. To gain access to the Federal Job
Bulletin Board, dial (912) 757-3000. For Internet, Telnet, and File Transfer
Protocol (FTP), access is gained by using address: FJOB.MAIL.OPM.GOV or IP
ALL CANDIDATES MUST BE CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES.
ALL CANDIDATES WILL RECEIVE CONSIDERATION WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, CREED,
COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, AGE, RELIGION, POLITICAL, AFFILIATION OR ANY
OTHER NON-MERIT FACTOR.
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