Federal Student Aid - IFAP
   
PublicationDate: 11/6/98
Summary: Vacancy Announcement for Management Analyst Position (DS-9-02-0053-KR)
Author: DLTF - Direct Loan Task Force

dacama~1.pdf  PDF
Posted November 6, 1998

This announcement is part of a series that will inform the financial aid community and others of vacant positions within the Student Financial Assistance (SFA) area of the U.S. Department of Education (ED). Only those positions that are open to candidates outside of U.S. Government service will be included among these listings. A complete copy of the vacancy announcement, which includes procedures on how and where to apply is attached to this announcement. For additional information regarding this announcement, please call the Department of Education Direct Loan Client Account Management Staff regional office in Dallas on (214) 880-2405 or USAJOBS San Antonio Line on (210) 805-2402 (include reference to vacancy announcement number).

We thank you in advance for your interest in serving our nation and its students as part of the SFA team.

MANAGEMENT ANALYST (2 vacancies)
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: DS-9-02-0053-KR
ORGANIZATIONAL TITLE: MANAGEMENT ANALYST, DIRECT LOAN CLIENT ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT STAFF, (POLICY, TRAINING AND ANALYSIS SERVICE)
SERIES, GRADE: GS-343-9/11/12
BASIC SALARY RANGE: $32,345 - $60,979 per annum
GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION: Dallas, TX
ANNOUNCEMENT OPENING DATE: November 4, 1998
ANNOUNCEMENT CLOSING DATE: November 25, 1998

NOTE: Up to 40% travel is required.

DUTIES: The primary focus of this position is to perform a variety of duties related to providing customer service support to postsecondary institutions in the implementation and management of the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program (DL Program). A Management Analyst assigned to this office has the title of Account Manager. Each Account Manager is assigned a number of institutions that participate in the DL Program.

Duties include: conducting of training in the regional Training facility and on-site at postsecondary institutions; giving presentations in front of large audiences at conferences; assisting school personnel by providing technical assistance on-site and via telephone, fax, and letter; analyzing MIS and other reports to determine participating schools’ success in operating the DL Program; and participating in a variety of projects and initiatives in support of the DL Program and other title IV programs administered by the US Department of Education.

SELECTIVE FACTOR: To be fully qualified your background must demonstrate possession of knowledge of title IV program regulations, systems and administration.


THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.



[[This file contains this vacancy announcement in Portable
Document Format (PDF). It can be viewed with version 3.0 or greater of the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software.]]