Thursday, December 29, 2016

Need 2 Ad-Hoc Data Collection Techs

Are you looking to broaden your horizons? If so, there are two Ad-Hoc Data Collection Technician (DCT) positions available --- at the Miami International Service Center and the South Florida District Office (Fort Lauderdale).

All qualified career employees within local commuting distance (50 miles) of the Miami ISC, 11698 NW 25 St, Miami, FL 33112 and the South Florida District Office, 1900 West Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33310, may apply for these Ad-Hoc PS-7 positions (not to exceed two years). Work hours will be 4:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. with Sunday/Tuesday as non-scheduled days.  

Functional Purpose: Collects, records, and analyzes a variety of statistical data on selected operating and financial activities.

1. Collects, records, and analyzes statistical data under any number of national data collection systems.
2. Operates computer equipment to enter data; recognizes diagnostic messages and takes appropriate actions; and performs data transfer functions through telecommunications systems.
3. Reviews input and output data to determine accuracy and compliance with national programs. Analyzes and edits data to detect and correct errors.
4.  Updates national data bases; maintains and updates records and files.
5.  Participates in data collection activities in support of special studies or national programs.
6.  Reads and interprets reference manuals and other written materials.
7.  May drive a vehicle to other facilities when work assignments require.
8.  Performs other job-related tasks in support of primary duties.

Please refer to the Ad-Hoc Vacancy Announcement for additional information.

Employees must submit a cover letter, along with a summary of accomplishments addressing the above eight requirements. All applications must be mailed and received by Close Of Business on Friday, January 13, 2017. Send applications to Michelle Bullard, Acting Manager of Financial Programs Compliance, at 11698 NW 25 St, Miami FL 33112.

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