Federal Student Aid - IFAP

Publication Date: April 11, 2006

Author: G. Kay Jacks, General Manager, FSA Application, School Eligibility and Delivery Services

Summary: Position Opening: Three Supervisory Case Management Specialist Positions, School Eligibility Channel

Posted on 04-11-2006

Announcement Number: FSA-2006-0104
Vacancy Description: Three Supervisory Case Management Specialists, GS-1101-14
Open Period: 4/10/2006 - 5/5/2006
Series/Grade: GS-1101-14
Salary: $91,407.00 to $118,828.00

This position is located in the Office of Federal Student Aid (FSA), Application, School Eligibility and Delivery Services (ASEDS), School Eligibility Channel. The area of consideration for this position is "ALL RECRUITING SOURCES" (which includes non-Federal candidates). Vacancy announcement #FSA-2006-0105 is opened concurrently with an area of consideration of "FEDERAL AGENCIES" (status candidates). Candidates with non-competitive eligibility (e.g. Schedule A, VEOA, etc.) may also apply under #FSA-2006-0105.

The U.S. Department of Education's Federal Student Aid office is looking for the best and brightest to ensure equal access to postsecondary education and to promote educational excellence throughout the nation.

There are three Team Leader positions open that are located in Washington, DC within the School Eligibility Channel, specifically the School Participation Teams (Seattle/San Francisco, Philadelphia, or Kansas City).

The School Participation Teams monitor and evaluate institutions' compliance with Federal Student Aid requirements, generally have staff both in Washington, DC and in a regional office city. These Team Leader positions require an individual to provide leadership to 6-15 employees that are located in DC and/or in a regional office city. These positions require successful demonstration in the following skills: leadership, Federal Student Aid program knowledge, institutional performance evaluation and financial/fiscal management.

If you are a highly motivated, creative individual who would like to be involved in enforcing federal student aid policies for postsecondary education, and monitoring the distribution of those funds, this position is for you.

To learn more go to https://jobs1.quickhire.com/scripts/edu.exe. To apply go to http://jobsearch.ed.monster.com/. If you have any questions, call Linda Little at 202-401-3609 or email Linda.Little@ed.gov.

The Department of Education is an equal opportunity employer.