Student Cooperative (PAID) for OCIO - Enterprise Services Team (External)

Job Number: 
2022-179-11614039-PC
Grade: 
Administrative Band
Location: 
Arlington, Virginia
Closing Date: 
Thursday, September 8, 2022
Brief Description: 

Are you a college or graduate student interested in working for a fun, fast-paced team?The U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General Enterprise Services Team has an opportunity for you! The USPS OIG is seeking students enrolled in college/university programs to fill our Student Cooperative - (Paid) position in the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) Enterprise Services Team located in Arlington, VA. Bring your skills and voice to our team! We're looking for a year-round, paid student cooperative to assist us with creating IT skills training tutorials, user guides, videos, tips and tricks for current and new agency applications and internal communications. We want a team player who is willing to learn and able to work in our Arlington, VA, headquarters office. We are looking for a high-energy student who is comfortable alternating between working independently and as part of a team. You will have a passion for crafting fun and creative informational communications. Your work will be seen and heard because what we do reaches a geographically dispersed OIG staff of over a thousand employees. The student co-op will work closely with the Enterprise Services leadership and team to provide support in creating and updating instructional IT videos, short user guides, and knowledgebase articles. Experience in creating website graphics and SharePoint page creation and updating is desired. The position comes with a wide range of responsibilities, including locating applicable IT trainings, checking on applicability and compatibility, updating and marinating our IT training site, sharing tips and tricks of the current technology we use, and any other duties as assigned.

Senior Economist (External)

Job Number: 
2022-178-11613349-PC
Grade: 
Senior Specialist Band
Location: 
Arlington, Virginia
Closing Date: 
Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Brief Description: 

The USPS OIG is seeking a highly qualified applicant to fill a Senior Economist position in our Research and Insights Solution Center (RISC), located in Arlington, VA. RISC conducts research and evaluations into critical economic, business, technology, operational, and policy issues affecting the U.S. Postal Service. Bring your skills and voice to our team! RISC's research and white papers have touched on a wide variety of topics, including critical issues affecting the Postal Service's business, finance and operations, the role of the Postal Service in rural areas, innovative digital and retail offerings, and customer perception of the Postal Service's products and services. The successful candidate will lead teams conducting research projects on postal economic, operational, business, financial, and public policy issues; write compelling, publicly available white papers and other written products; design qualitative and quantitative methods to gather and analyze financial data, transactional data, mail and parcel volume data, and other economic and operational information related to postal issues; manage and work with contractors; plan and speak at events related to research topics; and conduct interviews with subject matter experts and senior U.S. Postal Service representatives. The position requires experience managing projects along with excellent research, analytical, and critical thinking skills. The successful candidate must also write and edit reports on complex subject matter in clear and compelling language. Experience with quantitative data analysis, data analysis tools (e.g., Excel, R, or Python), and the application of mathematical models and statistical techniques is necessary.

Senior Economist (Internal)

Job Number: 
IA # 2022-176-11613453-PC
Grade: 
Senior Specialist Band
Location: 
Arlington, Virginia
Closing Date: 
Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Brief Description: 

The USPS OIG is seeking a highly qualified applicant to fill a Senior Economist position in our Research and Insights Solution Center (RISC), located in Arlington, VA. RISC conducts research and evaluations into critical economic, business, technology, operational, and policy issues affecting the U.S. Postal Service. Bring your skills and voice to our team! RISC's research and white papers have touched on a wide variety of topics, including critical issues affecting the Postal Service's business, finance and operations, the role of the Postal Service in rural areas, innovative digital and retail offerings, and customer perception of the Postal Service's products and services. The successful candidate will lead teams conducting research projects on postal economic, operational, business, financial, and public policy issues; write compelling, publicly available white papers and other written products; design qualitative and quantitative methods to gather and analyze financial data, transactional data, mail and parcel volume data, and other economic and operational information related to postal issues; manage and work with contractors; plan and speak at events related to research topics; and conduct interviews with subject matter experts and senior U.S. Postal Service representatives. The position requires experience managing projects along with excellent research, analytical, and critical thinking skills. The successful candidate must also write and edit reports on complex subject matter in clear and compelling language. Experience with quantitative data analysis, data analysis tools (e.g., Excel, R, or Python), and the application of mathematical models and statistical techniques is necessary.

Research Specialist (External)

Job Number: 
2022-177-11613124 -PC
Grade: 
Specialist Band
Location: 
Arlington, Virginia
Closing Date: 
Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Brief Description: 

The USPS OIG is seeking a highly qualified applicant to fill a Research Specialist position in our Research and Insights Solution Center (RISC), located in Arlington, VA. RISC conducts research and evaluations into critical economic, business, technology, operational, and policy issues affecting the U.S. Postal Service. Bring your skills and voice to our team! RISC's research and white papers have touched on a wide variety of topics, including critical issues affecting the Postal Service's business, finance and operations, the role of the Postal Service in rural areas, innovative digital and retail offerings, and customer perception of the Postal Service's products and services.The successful candidate will lead teams conducting research projects on postal economic, operational, business, financial, and public policy issues; write compelling, publicly available white papers and other written products; design qualitative and quantitative methods for gathering and analyzing data related to postal issues; manage and work with contractors; plan and speak at events related to research topics; and conduct interviews with subject matter experts and senior U.S. Postal Service representatives. The position requires project management experience along with excellent research, analytical, and critical thinking skills. The successful candidate must also write and edit reports on complex subject matter in clear and compelling language. Experience with qualitative and quantitative data analysis, and familiarity with data analysis tools (e.g., Excel, R, or Python), is necessary.

Research Specialist (Internal)

Job Number: 
IA# 2022-175-11613217-PC
Grade: 
Specialist Band
Location: 
Arlington, Virginia
Closing Date: 
Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Brief Description: 

The USPS OIG is seeking a highly qualified applicant to fill a Research Specialist position in our Research and Insights Solution Center (RISC), located in Arlington, VA. RISC conducts research and evaluations into critical economic, business, technology, operational, and policy issues affecting the U.S. Postal Service. Bring your skills and voice to our team! RISC's research and white papers have touched on a wide variety of topics, including critical issues affecting the Postal Service's business, finance and operations, the role of the Postal Service in rural areas, innovative digital and retail offerings, and customer perception of the Postal Service's products and services.The successful candidate will lead teams conducting research projects on postal economic, operational, business, financial, and public policy issues; write compelling, publicly available white papers and other written products; design qualitative and quantitative methods for gathering and analyzing data related to postal issues; manage and work with contractors; plan and speak at events related to research topics; and conduct interviews with subject matter experts and senior U.S. Postal Service representatives. The position requires project management experience along with excellent research, analytical, and critical thinking skills. The successful candidate must also write and edit reports on complex subject matter in clear and compelling language. Experience with qualitative and quantitative data analysis, and familiarity with data analysis tools (e.g., Excel, R, or Python), is necessary.

Research Analyst (External)

Job Number: 
2022-175-11612436-PC
Grade: 
Journey Band
Location: 
Arlington, Virginia
Closing Date: 
Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Brief Description: 

Are you an excellent researcher, data analyst, and writer who is interested in government oversight? The USPS OIG is seeking a highly qualified applicant to fill a Research Analyst position in our Research and Insights Solution Center (RISC), located in Arlington, VA. Bring your skills and voice to our team! RISC conducts research and evaluations into critical economic, business, technology, and policy issues affecting the U.S. Postal Service. RISC's research and white papers have touched on a wide variety of topics, including critical issues affecting the Postal Service's business, finance and operations, the role of the Postal Service in rural areas, innovative digital and retail offerings, and customer perception of the Postal Service's products and services. The successful candidate will gather and analyze qualitative and quantitative data related to postal issues; plan and conduct studies; write analytical reports and other written products; conduct interviews with experts; and speak at events related to research topics. The position requires excellent research, analytical, and critical thinking skills, as well as the ability to write reports in clear and compelling language. Experience with quantitative data and familiarity with data analysis tools (e.g., Excel, R, or Python) is necessary.

Research Analyst (Internal)

Job Number: 
IA# 2022-173-11612924-PC
Grade: 
Journey Band
Location: 
Arlington, Virginia
Closing Date: 
Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Brief Description: 

Are you an excellent researcher, data analyst, and writer who is interested in government oversight? The USPS OIG is seeking a highly qualified applicant to fill a Research Analyst position in our Research and Insights Solution Center (RISC), located in Arlington, VA. Bring your skills and voice to our team! RISC conducts research and evaluations into critical economic, business, technology, and policy issues affecting the U.S. Postal Service. RISC's research and white papers have touched on a wide variety of topics, including critical issues affecting the Postal Service's business, finance and operations, the role of the Postal Service in rural areas, innovative digital and retail offerings, and customer perception of the Postal Service's products and services. The successful candidate will gather and analyze qualitative and quantitative data related to postal issues; plan and conduct studies; write analytical reports and other written products; conduct interviews with experts; and speak at events related to research topics. The position requires excellent research, analytical, and critical thinking skills, as well as the ability to write reports in clear and compelling language. Experience with quantitative data and familiarity with data analysis tools (e.g., Excel, R, or Python) is necessary.

Criminal Investigator (Healthcare Fraud) - MAAFO (External)

Job Number: 
22-176-11612194-DR
Grade: 
Journey
Location: 
Brentwood, TN
Closing Date: 
Tuesday, August 30, 2022
Brief Description: 

The USPS OIG is seeking a highly qualified applicant to fill our Criminal Investigator position within the Office of Investigation, Mid Atlantic Area Field Office Team located in Brentwood, TN. The successful candidate must have experience in planning, conducting and/or leading complex federal criminal, civil and administrative investigations.

Criminal Investigator (Healthcare Fraud) - MAAFO (Internal)

Job Number: 
IA 22-174-11612190-DR
Grade: 
Journey
Location: 
Brentwood, TN
Closing Date: 
Tuesday, August 30, 2022
Brief Description: 

*PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT IS ONLY OPEN TO CURRENT UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL AND UNITED STATES POSTAL INSPECTION SERVICE 1811 EMPLOYEES. OTHER APPLICANTS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.This announcement provides a reassignment opportunity for a current 1811 to the position of Criminal Investigator, Journey Band, in the Mid Atlantic Area Field Office (MAAFO), Brentwood, TN location. 

Entry Level Auditor - Multiple Directorates (Internal Only)

Job Number: 
IA-22-172-11607703-JD
Grade: 
GS-07/09 Equivalent (Journey Band)
Location: 
Arlington, VA and Eagan, MN
Closing Date: 
Sunday, August 21, 2022
Brief Description: 

This announcement provides the opportunity for an Entry Level Auditor position in the Office of Audit - Audit Services Directorate in Arlington, VA, and Finance Directorate in Eagan, MN. This is a trainee level position for auditing and audit-related services. Work assignments are selected to provide training in the analytical evaluative aspects of the work and in the appropriate use of such methods and techniques as qualitative and quantitative analysis. The training emphasizes developing an understanding of the relationships of the concepts underlying the specialty area. It is directed toward the recognition of incipient needs or problems and the identification, analysis, and solution of problems. Assignments are pre-selected to combine performance of productive work with supervised on- the-job training in both the judgmental and methodological aspects of the work. While participating as a member of an audit team, trainee progressively contributes more value to assigned projects as knowledge, skills, and abilities develop. This position is being advertised at the Journey Band level, equivalent to a GS-07/09. The salary range for this position is $43,817.00 - $80,532.00. The salary figures INCLUDE locality pay for Arlington, VA and Eagan, MN, as applicable.

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