Company: Justice, U.S. Trustee Program
Location: Fort Wayne
Posted on: March 26, 2020
This Administrative Officer position is located in Indianapolis,
IN. The position is in the United States Trustee Program (USTP),
Indianapolis Regional Office, and will provide oversight of the
region's administrative functions, such as Human Resources,
Facilities/Property, Security, Budget, Travel, and Procurement. You
will be the principal advisor to the United States Trustee and/or
Assistant U.S. Trustee(s) in this geographic area.
Learn more about this agency
- Develop the office's procurement policies and procedures; work
with GSA contractors and vendors to procure services and products;
and make purchases on-behalf of staffed offices in accordance with
- Prepare the office's budget; maintain, develop, and administer
financial operating plans; and serve as an expert on Federal Travel
- Make recommendations on real property, office space and meeting
and conference rooms, and provide advice on development and
- Serve as Accountable Property Officer for assigned region(s) to
ensure personal property is inventoried and to track and maintain
- Serve as a Human Resources Liaison between USTP employees for
assigned region(s) and the Human Resources Division to interview
and onboard new employees, and initiate requests for personnel
- Coordinate and conduct analyses, audits, and studies of
administrative functions to implement changes or make continuous
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this
- Job family (Series)
0341 Administrative Officer
Conditions of Employment
- You must be a United States Citizen or National.
- You will be required to complete a pre-employment security
investigation and background check which includes a drug
- You may be required to complete a one-year probationary or
- Selective Service registration is required for males born on,
or after, December 31st 1959. Those not registered should have an
approved exemption on file.
- You must meet all eligibility requirements by the closing date
of this announcement and continue to meet these requirements
throughout the hiring process. Offers can be rescinded if
requirements are not met.
- Additional selections may be made from this announcement, for
up to 90 days, if openings occur in other offices serviced by
Justice Management Division.
To qualify for the GS-12: You must have one year of specialized
experience (equivalent to at least the GS-11 level or pay band in
the Federal service) that includes performing administrative
function for an agency, organization, or company; serving as a
liaison role on human resources matters; making supply and office
equipment/furniture purchases in accordance with standard
purchasing guidelines; preparing and reconciling budget requests;
and overseeing construction of spaces, office moves, and
maintenance of meeting/conference rooms and renovations.
There are no education requirements for this position.
The bullets below outline the various groups of applicants that
fall under the term "status candidates". This vacancy is open to
applicants from any of the groups listed below: When you apply
you'll have the chance to claim an eligibility pathway, be sure you
fully read each statement and any links provided to make sure you
know which eligibilities you qualify for.
See a full list and learn more at USAJOBS, see: What does Status
Candidate mean? or Which Jobs am I Eligible to Apply for?
- Current & Former Federal Employees: For more information, see
USAJOBS Federal Employees.
- Career Transition Assistance Programs (CTAP & ICTAP): For more
information visit: USAJOBS Career Transition Programs
- Preference Eligible Veterans and Certain Military Spouses:
Please see USAJOBS Veterans Preference for more details.
- Schedule A for Persons with Disabilities: Learn more at USAJOBS
- Individuals with Disabilities. General Employment Information:
- Reasonable Accommodation Statement: Our policy can be found at:
- DOJ EEO Statement: The U.S. Department of Justice fosters an
inclusive and diverse workforce, find our EEO statement online at:
- Selective Service: If you were born male, on or after December
31, 1959, you must certify that you have registered with the
Selective Service System, or are exempt from having to do so under
the Selective Service Law. Additional information is found at:
How You Will Be Evaluated
You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the
You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the
qualifications described above.
Once the job opportunity announcement closes, a review of your
resume and supporting documentation will be conducted. The
information will be compared against your responses to the
assessment questionnaire to determine your eligibility for Federal
employment, and then whether you are qualified for this particular
position.If, after reviewing your resume and/or supporting
documentation, a determination is made that you have inflated your
responses when compared to your background information, you may be
deemed ineligible, or your score may be adjusted to more accurately
reflect your skills and abilities.
Additionally, we will review your supporting documents and resume
to determine if you are in the "Area of Consideration" for this
vacancy. Government-Wide Merit Promotion vacancies may only accept
applications from a limited audience, pay careful attention to the
"Who May Apply" and the "Hiring Paths" information. Please follow
all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your
BASIS OF RATING:
DOJ's Merit Promotion Procedures will be used to evaluate
candidates. The category assignment is a measure of the degree in
which your background matches the competencies required for this
Your qualifications will be evaluated on the following competencies
(knowledge, skills, and other characteristics):
- Administrative and Management
- Personnel and Human Resources
- Financial Management Please Note: Additional selections may be
made from this announcement for up to 90 days should additional
similar openings occur in this, or any other office within DOJ.
Background checks and security clearance
Drug test required
Position sensitivity and risk
Noncritical-Sensitive (NCS)/Moderate Risk
Trust determination process
Documentation requirements may vary from applicant to applicant
based on your eligibility claims. For example, if you are a student
using education to qualify (where applicable), a transcript would
be required for you, but not for applicants qualifying based on
experience alone. Likewise, Veteran documents would be required
only from applicants claiming Veteran's Preference. It is your
responsibility to carefully review the list of document
descriptions below, to see which documents are required for your
ALL APPLICANTS: You must submit a detailed resume containing the
following pieces of information for each job listed:
- official position title,
- employer name and contact information,
- start and end dates (including month and year),
- a detailed list of duties & accomplishments,
- your highest salary (or grade/step) achieved, and
- the number of hours worked per week (or indicate full-time). If
you're unsure about what to include in your resume, please review
the USAJOBS Resume Writing Tutorial on YouTube. You are encouraged
to use the USAJOBS Resume Builder, as this will ensure you're
including everything that is required.
If you are a current or former Federal employee applying for
transfer, reinstatement, or reassignment:
- You must submit your most recent SF-50 (Notification of
Personnel Action) or equivalent agency form.
- Do not submit a pay adjustment or an award document, these do
not contain sufficient information about your appointment.
- Your SF-50 should list the full position title, series, grade
and step, organization, duty location, service computation date,
effective date, and your service type and tenure status.
- You must also submit a copy of your most recent performance
evaluation or appraisal, signed, showing your final rating.
- See USAJOBS Current & Former Employees for more information. If
you are claiming a Veterans Preference eligibility:
- When claiming a Veteran's Preference, you must submit your last
DD-214 (Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty) form,
specifically the Member #4 Copy, indicating dates and character of
service and discharge type.
- If you are a Veteran with a service-connected disability rating
of 30% or more, you will need to additionally submit the SF-15
(Application for 10-point Veterans Preference) and a copy of your
VA Letter stating your disability rating.
- If you are the qualifying parent or spouse of a disabled,
deceased, or deployed Veteran, and are seeking a derived preference
eligibility, you must submit appropriate supporting documentation
such as the Veterans DD-214, SF-15, VA Letter, and/or Permanent
Change of Station (PCS) orders. See Veteran Family Preference for
- For more information on each type of Veterans Preference, and
the documentation required for each, see FedsHireVets. If you are a
person with a severe disability, claiming eligibility under
- You must submit "proof of a disability" documentation.
- "Proof of a disability" is a letter stating that you have an
intellectual disability, severe physical disability or psychiatric
- You must get this letter from your doctor, a licensed medical
professional, a licensed vocational rehabilitation specialist, or
any Federal, state, or local agency that issues or provides
- For more information about Schedule A and verification
requirements, please see OPM's Schedule A site. If you are a
displaced Federal employee claiming eligibility under CTAP or
- You must submit your separation notice or agency RIF letter
from your agency.
- If you have not yet been separated, you can provide the letter
of intent to separate you from the agency because of
- See USAJOBS' Career Transition Programs for more information.
If you are a student or using education to qualify for this
- You must submit a transcript, which may be unofficial, as long
as it contains a full listing of courses, credit earned, grade and
grade-point-average, subject area, degree(s) earned, and dates of
- Your transcript must come from a nationally-accredited
educational institution recognized by the Department of
- Please do not submit electronic transcripts with documentation
security protection, these may prevent our application system from
accepting and processing the document.
- If submitting a foreign transcript, you must have the
transcript reviewed by an approved foreign education review
organization recognized by the Department of Education. Your
transcript must also be in English or have an English translation
included. USAJOBS - What documents might I need to provide?
Application Manager Help - Documents
A career with the U.S. Government provides employees with a
comprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and your
family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to
make your federal career very rewarding. Learn more about federal
Review our benefits
Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold
and whether your position is full-time, part-time, or intermittent.
Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific
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