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Common Occupational Series and Associated KeywordsUtilize these outlines as a resource to begin framing and categorizing your content. It is more helpful for provide context on your resume rather than a laundry list of everything you have ever done. This list content is not meant to serve as a comprehensive guide but as a resource for ensuring you include content that supports your qualifications. Remember, the HR Reviewer will not make any assumptions about your background and cannot award credit for experience if it is not present on the resume. Remember your resume must reflect the 1-year specialized experience requirement and responses on the occupational questionnaire. Security Specialist (GS 0080 Physical Security, GS 2210 IT Security, SV 1801 Transportation Security)Examples: This grouping covers a range of “security-type” roles within the IT and Transportation sectors as well as personal security. Each will have their own unique qualifications, especially within the specific agency or department. Do not make the faulty assumption that simply listing a previous “Police Officer” role on your resume is an appropriate reflection of your experience. Be clear about the depth of your experience. Ability to apply wide range of security concepts, principles and practices to review independently, analyze and resolve difficult and complex security problems. Apply knowledge of Federal guidance concerning personnel, physical, and information security programs.Knowledge of various Presidential Executive Orders and Intelligence Community Directives (ICD) pertaining to DoD security programs. Executive Orders to include 13526 as amended, 12969, 12333, 10450 and ICD 703, 704 and 705).Author, coordinate, and maintain facility level Force Protection plans through proper implementation of Antiterrorism, Physical Security, Operations Security, Information Security, Foreign Travel, and Emergency Management programs.Conduct on-site physical security and risk management assessment inspections at facilities, providing recommendations to correct deficiencies and shortcomings through detailed after-action reporting.Develop and conduct tabletop and full-scale Force Protection exercises at facilities, ensure annual exercise requirements are fulfilled, tracked, and remediated as required. Establish, maintain, conduct, and track annual Force Protection training for employees, contractors, and students.Management Program Analyst (GS 0343)This group of roles varies vastly between agencies. For example, a Program Analyst within the VA Healthcare System will require direct experience with patient care systems and integrating clinical and informational processes. This is vastly different than the requirements for a Program Analyst within the Department of the Navy, which may require direct experience with coordinating travel and processing requests within the Commercial Travel Office. While you may qualify for multiple program analyst roles, your federal resume should be tailored for each role to reflect the specialized experience requirement. Management Specialist (GS 0346 Logistics, GS 1910 Quality Assurance) Examples: The Logistics series’ requirements will vary based on agency and department, but will require knowledge in planning, assessment and evaluation, and data analysis. Knowledge of computer operations, software operations, and systems management. Knowledge and ability to integrate logistics planning techniques in functional areas of supply, maintenance, transportation, contracting, and operations. Ability to analyze diverse data and formulate into coherent practical operations.Utilizes analytical and statistical methods and procedures including electronic data processing, Air Force operations and organization, and fiscal management techniques; involved in formulation of policies, procedures, and programs; facilities; personnel management; security, medical, administrative, comptroller, and legal activities. Procurement/Contract/Acquisition Specialist (GS 1102)Examples: This grouping varies vastly between GS level and the resume should reflect the scope and complexity of the position being listed. Specialized experience may range from “Experience in analyzing facts and conditions and making comparisons of prices, discounts, delivery dates, or handling charges; Experience comparing prices on re-occurring types of procurements; Experience assisting in preparing solicitation documents; Experience drafting contract provisions and supporting documentation; and Experience presenting information orally (GS 7)” to “Applying contracting regulations, procedures, and methods to the solicitation, negotiation, award, administration and closeout of varied contracts associated with the acquisition of a wide variety of goods and services assuring that all activities performed are in compliance with applicable procurement regulations and procedures (GS 12).”Intelligence Analyst (GS 0132)Examples: This series is similar to the Program Analyst group in that much variability exists between agencies and departments. There are often screen out questions regarding direct experience with specialized delivery systems and data sets. Oversee the execution of regional warfare research, analysis, and production, especially event cataloging, data entry and database maintenance; Prepare intelligence assessments on foreign surface, costal defense, or submarine forces; Integrate ELINT, GEOINT, or SIGINT, and other specialized forms of intelligence, their associated delivery systems and data sets; Develop and deliver assessments on analytic tools, techniques, and procedures, especially for ship tracking and data basing.Human Resources (GS 0201 HR Specialist, GS 1702 Training Specialist, GS 0203 HR Assistant)Examples: This grouping covers several types of roles, including working in one or more HR disciplines such as compensation, employee benefits, employee relations, policy, recruitment/placement, talent development, compensation, HR information systems, wellness, etc. These will each have additional specifications based on the discipline, but there are several common competencies as shown below. Interpretation and application of Human Resources rules, regulations, or policy and making recommendations based on research and municating, verbally or in sign language and in writing, clearly and succinctly in variety of communication styles and settings to convey subject matter to a range of audiences. Networking to effectively build relationships across different types of organizations and organizational cultures.Dealing with decision making in a methodical and calculated way; investigating all available data in an organized manner and taking consistent, logical action to support customer-focused decision-making and problem solving. (Decision Quality).Identifying, prioritizing, and satisfying tasks according to schedule or timeline, in an environment where requirements frequently change. ................
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