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Subject:

Vacancy at USMA Preparatory School

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"D'Adamo-Weinstein, L. DR CEP" <[log in to unmask]>

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Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 22 May 2003 08:15:15 -0400

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All,

There was an error in the earlier posting of this position. There are 3
other positions that are being updated. I will forward it to the list as
soon as they are available.

Here's the still relevant text from the first time I posted this position:

I've attached information about an exciting opportunity at the United States
Military Academy Preparatory School (USMAPS) located in Fort Monmouth, NJ.
The 4 positions listed at the end of this message will be the entire staff
of the newly created Center for Excellence at USMAPS. More information
about USMAPS can be found at http://www.usma.edu/USMAPS/index_2.htm.


The focus of USMAPS is similar to developmental education programs in
English and Mathematics with an ethnically diverse student population. The
staff of the USMAPS center will work closely with my department at West
Point as they prepare the cadet candidates for entry into West Point. If
you are interested in the positions please follow the directions listed
below, or feel free to contact me. I will answer whatever questions I can.


The Department of the Army -- Job Opportunity Announcement

Changes to this vacancy announcement:
5/21/2003--Extended closing date; Deleted Time-in-Grade Requirements; Added
KSA's under Selective Placement Factor

Job No.: ALG03190924

Opening Date: April 23, 2003

Closing Date: June 22, 2003

Position Title (Pay Plan-Series): Supervisory Instructional Systems
Specialist (GS-1750)

Grade: 13

Full Performance Grade: 13

Comments: This is an excepted service permanent position.

Temporary duty (TDY) required five percent of the time.


Number of vacancies to be filled by this announcement One (1).

Salary: $71,560 to $93,031 per annum (includes locality payment of 16.83
percent)

Region: Northeast

Organization: USAMAPS PREP SCHOOL
FLD OP AGENCIES
US MILITARY ACADEMY PREPARATION SCHOOL

Duty Station: Fort Monmouth, NJ

Area of Consideration:
Opened to all applicants with or without Civil Service Status.

Duties: Serves as Professor and Head of the Center for Excellence, USMAPS
with responsibility for supervising full-time instructors/developmental
counselors in the teaching of post high school and college level courses in
Reading and Study skills, assessed to be critical for success at United
States Military Academy. Position involves, but not limited to supervision
of instructors and instruction in study skills, goal setting, time
management, stress management, test-taking, academic success techniques,
learning assistance practices, note-taking, basic reading techniques,
reading skill enhancement, and intellectual development.

Develops curricula/need for course modification to fulfill requirements as
disclosed through a variety of sources/causes, e.g., (a) contact with Center
for Enhanced Performance, USMA (b) Program Directors based on student
performance in their programs (c) assessment data related to success and
failure of matriculated students in attendance at USMA (d) new developments
in teaching and learning methods, college student development, and reading
enhancement skills and strategies. Curricula must be designed, implemented,
reviewed, and updated to satisfy the varying needs of students. Regular
consultation with each program director is required to ensure relevance and
added value of resources available in the Center for Excellence. Serves as a
faculty resource in areas of faculty and teacher development, improvement.

Manages student-counseling services, especially focused on candidates
determined to be marginal or at-risk by academic instructors at USMAPS.
Closely integrates counseling efforts with those provided by teachers,
athletic coaches, and company tactical officers. Plans and assigns work to
be accomplished by subordinates, setting priorities and scheduling
completion. Assigns work based on priorities and selective consideration of
the difficulty of assignments and capabilities of employees. Develops and
recommends performance standards; monitors and appraises employee
performance by regular class visitation, feedback from faculty and students,
and scheduled performance counseling. Evaluates performance and gives
advice, counsel, or instruction to individual employees on both work and
matters.
Interviews candidates for employment and recommends appointment, promotion
or reassignment of duties. Effects minor disciplinary measures such as
warnings and reprimands, and recommends action in more serious cases.
Qualification Requirements: Basic Requirement: Degree: that included or was
supplemented by at least 24 semester hours appropriate to the work of the
position to be filled. The course work must have included study in at least
four of the five areas: (1) Learning theory, psychology of learning,
education psychology: Study of learning theories as they relate to the
systematic design, development, and validation of instructional material.
(2) Instructional design practices: Study of the principles and techniques
used in designing training programs, developing design strategy and models,
and applying design methods to the improvement of instructional
effectiveness. (3) Educational evaluation: Study of the techniques for
evaluating the effectiveness of instructional/educational programs,
including instruments.
(4) Instructional product development: Study of the techniques appropriate
for developing training materials, including identifying learner
characteristics, specifying objectives, applying training strategy,
validating training materials, and evaluating training. (5) Computers in
education and training: Study of the application of computers in education
and training, including selecting appropriate computer software.
In addition to meeting the basic requirements above applicants must have one
year of specialized experience. Specialized experience is experience that
has equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills and
abilities in or related to supervisory experience in education, faculty
development, test construction, curriculum development, program assessment,
and test and measurements. Familiar with current educational technology that
supports the objective of the educational program. To be creditable,
specialized experience must have been equivalent to at least the GS-12 grade
level in the federal government.

SUPERVISORY ABILITIES: Candidates must have demonstrated in their work
experience or training that they possess, or have the potential to develop,
the qualities of successful supervision as listed in the Qualifications
Standards Operating Manual.
Selective Placement Factors/Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSA's):
Qualifications will be determiined by reviewing the application materials
submitted for this position. Applicants will be rated on the degree to which
they possess the knowledge, skills and abilities listed in this
announcement.

1. Ability to supervise and direct a staff.

2. Ability to lead, influence, negotiate, manage conflict, motivate and
coordinate with others to accomplish a mission.

3. Skill in program and curriculum design.

4. Knowledge of professional techniques used to assess academic programs.

5. Skill in developing and facilitating effective means of training staff
and faculty.

6. Ability to keep abreast of developments in the field, to include
integrating technology into the work place.


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. This position is designated noncritical sensitive, as defined in DoD
5200.2-R, therefore, requires that a personnel security investigation be
adjudicated for security eligibility on a preappointment basis. This
requirement may take up to 90 days or longer to process.
 3. This position is nonsensitive and requires a personnel security
investigation on a post-appointment basis only.
 4. If qualified based on education, selectee must provide official
transcript.
5. Temporary Duty (TDY) is required.
6. Permanent change of station (PCS) funds will not be authorized.
7. Selection for this position is contingent upon proof of U.S. citizenship.

8. 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.
9. Application/Resume deadline: Application/Resume must be received by the
Closing Date of the Vacancy Announcement.
10. HOW TO APPLY:
Submit the following documents to the address listed under Where To Submit
Package:

In order to receive full consideration, complete application packages should
be received by the closing date. Submit the following to the address below:

Civilian Personnel Operations Center,
Northeast Region
314 Johnson Street
Bldg 314, Rm 151, Attn: Clem Burns
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005

For additional information please contact Clem Burns, 410-306-1253 or DSN
458-1253. Applications may be faxed to 410 306-0277.


1. OF612, Optional Application for Federal Employment (this form can be
found at www.opm.gov/forms/word/of612.doc, 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. College Transcripts. (NOTE: IF EDUCATION IS BEING USED IN LIEU OF
EXPERIENCE, OR TO MEET THE BASIC REQUIREMENTS DESCRIBED IN THE INDIVIDUAL
OCCUPATIONAL REQUIREMENTS, A COPY OF YOUR TRANSCRIPTS SHOULD BE PROVIDED).

3. 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) one year after separation; (b) one year after an
agency certifies that an employees compensation (OWCP) has been terminated
and the individual can not be placed at the agency; (c) one 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
eligibility requirements; or (f) within a specific agency, upon declination
of offer to that employee by that agency.)
4. Have your application received (unless otherwise specified by the
announcement) by the closing date and meet all of the application criteria
(e.g., submit all required documentation, etc).

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 points for veterans
preference.

NOTE: If you wish to be considered through this program, please mark (ICTAP)
clearly on your application/resume.

NOTE: In order to receive consideration, your application must contain all
of the applicable information/documents listed under How To Apply.
Applications 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 be considered, then you are required to submit all
necessary materials applicable to this vacancy announcement.

THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
All qualified applicants will receive appropriate consideration
without regard to non-merit factors such as race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, marital status except where
specifically authorized by law, age, politics, disability,
or sexual orientation which do not relate to successful
performance of the duties of this position. Reasonable
accommodation to individuals with disabilities will be provided
upon request.

SELECTION FOR THIS POSITION IS SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS
RESULTING FROM DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE REFERRAL SYSTEM FOR
DISPLACED EMPLOYEES.
Army Civilian Personnel Online (CPOL)

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