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FW: Vacancy: Reading/Study Skills Instructor, GS-1701-09 Closes 03/05/2003

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All,

We have a position open for our Tutor Program Director at West Point.  USMA
was selected as one of the 13 Institutions of Excellence in the First Year
of College by the National Policy Center on the First Year Experience.  The
Tutor Program at West Point plays an important role in the distinction and
in the support of the students in their first year.

The tutor program is robust and unique in that it is made up of voluntary
tutors.  These tutors participate in an annual tutor training conference
with over 300 attendees facilitated by our Tutor Program Director with
involvement of staff and faculty members who conduct the training.  The
program is CRLA certified, and is run mostly by the academic
officers/sergeants (all upperclass) cadets in each of the 32 companies
(thing of these as groups of floors within the residence halls on your
campus).  The Tutor Program Director must have strong organization skills
and the ability to conduct training for large and small groups.  If you are
interested in the position, please follow the instructions below.

If you are not part of the government service (GS) system, we can only hire
at the GS-9 step one salary level ($40K), if you are in the system, we will
be able to accept you at your current step level if you are a GS-9, if a
grade below GS9, then we will hire at the GS9 step 1 level.

If you have further questions and if you are interested in more information
about our tutor program, please feel free to contact me.

Lisa

Dr. Lisa D'Adamo-Weinstein

Director, Reading & Study Skills Program

Center for Enhanced Performance

6th Floor, Washington Hall, Bldg. 645A

West Point, NY 10996

TEL: 845-938-7815

FAX: 845-938-2481

DSN: 688-7815

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collapse, encouraging them to create bridges of their own." Nikos
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Subject: Vacancy: Reading/Study Skills Instructor, GS-1701-09 Closes
03/05/2003




The Department of the Army

Job Opportunity Announcement




Vacancy Announcement No.:

BRF030010


Opening Date:

February 20, 2003


Closing Date:

March 5, 2003


Position Title
(Pay Plan-Series):

READING / STUDY SKILLS INSTRUCTOR (Tutor Coordinator) (GS-1701)


Grade:

09


Full Performance Grade:

09


  _____





Comments:

This is a permanent position in the excepted service. Any selected applicant
who is in the competitive service will be taken out of the competitive
service when he/she occupies this position. The applicant selected for this
position will be provided information on the provisions of the excepted
service and will be required to sign a statement attesting to the
understanding of these provisions at the time they enter on duty.

THIS VACANCY IS NOT COVERED UNDER RESUMIX PROCEDURES. IN ORDER TO BE
CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION, YOU MUST FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS UNDER HOW TO
APPLY AND SUBMIT THE PROPER FORMS.

Number of vacancies to be filled by this announcement : One (01).







  _____





Salary:

$40,929 to $53,207 per annum. Salary includes a 15.23% Locality Payment.


Region:

Northeast


Organization:

U.S. Military Academy
Office of the Dean
Department of Behavioral Science and Leadership, Performance Enhancement
Center









  _____







Duty Station:

West Point, New York







  _____





Area of Consideration:
Expanded Definitions <javascript:open_New(>

Opened to all applicants with or without Civil Service Status.









  _____







Duties:

Performs instructional duties in the Reading and Study Skills Center.
Instructs cadets, staff, faculty, and other authorized personnel in reading
and study skills. Develops lesson plans and materials. Utilizes computers
for instructional purposes. Tests and evaluates student performance.
Instructs within the established framework for courses.

Administer and deliver the Center for Enhanced Performance Company Tutor
Program. This includes the advertising, coordination, implementation, and
delivery of materials, training, and support to the cadet company Academic
Officers and Sergeants and volunteer cadet tutors.







  _____





Qualification Requirements:

BASIC REQUIREMENTS: (a) Degree that included or was supplemented by major
study in education or in a subject-matter field appropriate to the position;
OR (b) Combination of education and experience - courses equivalent to a
major in education, or in a subject-matter field appropriate to the
position, plus appropriate experience or additional course work that
provided knowledge comparable to that normally acquired through successful
completion of the 4-year course of study described in (a).

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: In addition to meeting the basic entry
qualification requirements, applicants must have two years of progressively
higher level graduate education leading to a Master's degree, OR Master's or
equivalent degree, OR one year of specialized experience equivalent to at
least the GS-07 grade level. Specialized experience: Experience that
demonstrates knowledge, skills, and abilities to provide instruction in
reading and study skills, develop lesson plans and instructional materials,
evaluate student performance.







  _____





Selective Placement Factors/Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSA's):

Candidates will be rated on their possession of the following knowledge,
skills, and abilities. Candidates must address each of the KSAs specifically
on plain bond paper and submit it along with the other application
materials. Information may include experience, education, training and
awards as it relates to each KSA. Since you will be rated based on your
possession of the KSAs listed in this announcement and a ranking
determination made which affects your chances for employment, it would
benefit you to provide your responses to the KSAs on a separate sheet of
paper and submit it with your application.

KSA 1: Knowledge of the theories of learning and reading processes.
KSA 2: Teaching experience.
KSA 3: Experience implementing study skills strategies to college students.







  _____





Standard/Other Requirements/ Instructions on How to Apply:

 1.  Failure to provide all of the required information as stated in the
announcement may result in an ineligible rating or may affect the overall
rating.
 2. If qualified based on education, selectee must provide official
transcript.
3. Temporary Duty (TDY) is required.
4. Permanent change of station (PCS) funds will not be authorized.
5. Selection for this position is contingent upon proof of U.S. citizenship.
6. Direct Deposit is REQUIRED : As a condition of employment, candidates
appointed, competitively promoted or reassigned are required to enroll and
participate in Direct Deposit/Electronic Funds Transfer within 60 days
following the effective date of that action.
7. Application/Resume deadline: Application/Resume must be received by the
Closing Date of the Vacancy Announcement.
8. 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 dismissal after appointment.

BASIS OF RATING: Basic eligibility will be determined by assessing the
candidates background against the appropriate OPM Qualifications Standard to
include any selective placement factors. Candidates will be rated based on
an evaluation of the extent and quality of their experience, education, and
training as provided in their Resume. Candidates who meet the Basic
Qualification Requirements will be further evaluated on the skills they
possess or the extent and quality of skills that are directly related to the
job duties as described in this vacancy announcement.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit the following documents to the address listed under Where To Submit
Package:

1. OF-612, Optional Application for Federal Employment, or a Resume.
The resume may be typed or legibly handwritten and must contain, at a
minimum: Announcement Number; Name; Address; Social Security Number;
Position Title and Grade of the job you are applying for; your paid/unpaid
work experience including job title, duties and accomplishments, employers
name and address, supervisors name and phone number, starting and ending
dates (Month and Year), hours worked per week and grade/salary; education.
2. Separate sheet(s) of bond paper describing how your experience,
education, training, awards relate to the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
(KSAs) listed in this announcement. Since you will be rated based on your
possession of the KSAs listed in this announcement and a ranking
determination made which affects your chances for employment, it would
benefit you to submit your responses to the KSAs along with your
application. Since failure to do so would result in the examiner having less
pertinent job-related information in which to evaluate you, a lower rating
could result.
3. College Transcripts (if applicable).
4. Applicants claiming 5-point veterans preference while submitting an
OF-612 or Resume must submit a DD Form 214 to get 5 point tentative
preference. Applicants claiming compensable disability or other 10-point
veterans preference must submit a DD Form 214 and supporting documentation
(i.e., Letter from VA dated within 1 year) along with their OF612 or resume
to get 10-point preference. Failure to submit supporting documentation will
result in loss of consideration for veterans preference.

SPECIAL PRIORITY CONSIDERATION UNDER THE INTERAGENCY CAREER TRANSITION
ASSISTANCE PLAN (ICTAP). If you are a displaced Federal employee, you may be
entitled to receive special priority consideration under ICTAP. (Note:
Eligibility expires (a) 1 year after separation; (b) 1 year after an agency
certifies that an employees compensation has been terminated and the
individual cannot be placed at the agency; (c) 1 year after an employees
disability annuity has been terminated or after being notified that his/her
annuity will be terminated; (d) when an employee accepts a position without
time limitations; (e) when an employee no longer meets the eligibility
requirements; or, (f)within a specific agency, upon declination of offer to
that employee by that agency.)

1. Be a displaced Federal Employee.

2. Be applying for a position at or below the grade level of the position
from which you have been separated. The position must not have a greater
promotion potential than the position from which you were separated.

3. Have a current (or last) performance rating of record that is fully
successful or better. This must be submitted with your application package.
(This requirement does not apply to candidates who are eligible due to
compensable injury or disability retirement.)

4. Occupy or be displaced from a position in the same local commuting area
of the position for which you are requesting priority consideration.

5. Submit a copy of the appropriate documentation with your application
package, such as a RIF separation notice, a letter from OPM or your agency
documenting your priority consideration rights.

6. Be rated well qualified. A well qualified employee is defined as meeting
all of the minimum qualification standards and eligibility requirements as
well as possessing knowledge, skills and abilities that clearly exceed the
minimum qualification requirements for the position. To be rated well
qualified, ICTAP applicants must attain an eligibility rating on this case
examination of 80 points or higher, not including veterans preference.

NOTE: If you wish to be considered through this program, please mark (ICTAP)
clearly on the SUPPLEMENTAL DATA FORM.

Where to Submit Package:

Please send all required application materials to:

US Army Northeast Region
Civilian Personnel Operations Center
ATTN: Ms. Dell Cooper, Branch F
314 Johnson Street
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland 21005-5283

NOTE: In order to receive consideration, your application must contain all
of the applicable information/documents listed under How To Apply.
Application received through the use of postage paid government envelopes
are in violation of 18 USC 1719 and will not be considered.


  _____






If you would like to be considered, then you are required to submit all
necessary materials applicable to this vacancy announcement.



If you would like to submit a resume now, please click:



THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

Applicants will receive appropriate consideration without regard to
non-merit factors such as race, color, religion, sex, national origin,
marital status, sexual orientation except where specifically authorized by
law, age, politics or disability which do not relate to successful
performance of the duties of this position.  Otherwise qualified applicants
with disabilities who need reasonable accommodation may notify the agency
Point of Contact on this announcement of their need.

SELECTION FOR THIS POSITION IS SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS RESULTING FROM
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE REFERRAL SYSTEM FOR DISPLACED EMPLOYEES.

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