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Workplace Task Assistant - Windsor Mills
The individual(s) assigned to this contract must be a Workplace Task Assistance (WTA) Contractor, with a basic liberal arts college background with a focus in writing, analysis and other related subject matters or possess comparable work experience. The WTA must also possess at least two years of experience working with individuals with disabilities or in a medical, elder care, or educational setting or alternatively, have extensive experience with writing/editing. Other work or academic experience may be substituted for the above with written approval from the CO. The ability and skill level may include, but is not limited to the following:
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS – Workplace Task Assistance Contractor
- Proficient knowledge and mastery of the English language in order to read for employees with disabilities.
- Ability to read a variety of handwritten/printed and on-screen materials to visually impaired employees or applicants.
- Ability to verbally describe various visual aids such as: graphs, charts, pictures, illustrations, etc. used to supplement written/printed text.
- Ability to review and/or edit signature-ready documents following or adapting established OEOCR formats.
- Ability to identify and learn the basic structure of a federal agency in order to determine sources of documents.
- Proficient knowledge and ability to use MS Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat Professional.
- Ability to take notes during meetings, conferences, trainings, and provide said documents in written/or electronic format to employees with disabilities.
- Ability to perform data entry tasks.
- Ability to organize and alphabetize documents in order to maintain office records and files.
- Ability to understand and follow policies, specific instructions, and Standard Operating Procedures.
- Ability to prepare and print routine correspondence, labels, and/or other written material.
- Ability to support CMS’s disability program by attending meetings, providing basic administrative support, assisting with policies, procedures, and scheduling of WTA requests, collecting data, preparing reports, and conducting basic research under guidance of CMS staff.
- Proficient verbal communication skills to speak with different levels throughout a federal agency.
- Ability to safely maneuver physically impaired employees in wheelchairs to various destinations within the work environment, defined as CMS buildings and other business-related destinations and to drive a CMS scooter.
- Ability to work as a part of a team and accept a variety of feedback on deliverables.
- Comfortable working around service animals.
- Ability to travel by plane, train, bus, or other modes of public or private transportation to destinations throughout the country to accompany and provide reasonable accommodation services to an individual with a disability who is on Official Travel for CMS.
- Understanding of and ability to adhere to strict confidentiality standards.
- Possess strong interpersonal and customer service skills.
- Possession of a valid driver’s license from the applicable U.S State or territory and possession of a personal motor vehicle that will enable the WTA Contractor to travel to different work sites in a given day.
To apply, forward resume to email@example.com
EEO Compliance Specialists - Washington DC
Federal Agency is in search of EEO Compliance Specialists to perform investigations (ROI)
EEO Compliance Specialists
- Obtain reports of investigation in conformance with the standards established by the EEOC.
- Within three (3) calendar days after receipt of the letter of authorization and complaint file, develop an investigative plan and schedule. This plan shall include all investigative steps and a timeline of the investigation.
- Perform investigations to identify and obtain evidence from all available sources and gather sufficient information on the complaint being investigated to allow a determination concerning the claim of the complaint. These methods include an exchange of letters or position papers, interrogatories, investigations, fact-finding conferences, or any other method or combination of methods that would lead to the development of a complete factual record.
- Gather relevant documentary and statistical information as outlined in, but not limited to EEOC MD-110. This gathering of information shall include:
- Review of all relevant personnel records, agency policies or procedures, applicable laws or regulatory and statistical data and make copies for inclusion in the ROI as part of the complete factual record;
- Assemble the records/data collected in the format specified here or as approved by the Deputy Chief, OEEO and;
- Schedule interviews and interview all relevant witnesses.
- If it is determined that a violation occurred, the report of investigation will provide a sufficient factual basis from which to fashion an appropriate remedy.
- Submission of the Report of Investigation (ROI) within 50 calendar days of receipt of the complaint.
Interested candidates are encouraged to forward their resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
EEO Specialist: Final Agency Decision - Alexandria, VA
MUST HAVE FINAL AGENCY DECISION EXPERIENCE
The Contractor shall prepare a draft FAD which discusses and analyzes all claims (accepted and dismissed claims) presented in the formal complaint, to include any amendments and/or consolidated complaints. The analysis shall consist of a presentation of facts, and recommended findings and conclusions. The analysis shall be clear, concise, logical, well-reasoned, well documented, and fully supported.
The analysis shall include all procedural and substantive issues presented and must conform to the following tasks:
(1): Procedural History and Issues - This section shall provide the complainant's name, title, grade, organizational unit, basis(es), issue(s), nature of the complaint, and the procedural history of the complaint. The claims to be analyzed in the draft FAD shall be stated as accepted (and amended) by the agency in the formal complaint. Dismissed claims shall be included but noted to be addressed in a separate section of the draft FAD and the appropriateness of the dismissed claims analyzed.
(2): Statement of Facts, Background Issues - This section shall provide an application of the case law to the relevant facts of the case, i.e., evidence of a prima facie case, the agency's articulated non-discriminatory reason for its action(s), and evidence of pretext.
(3): Applicable Law - This section shall consist of a discussion of the applicable judicial and administrative case law governing the identified claim(s).
(4): Legal Analysis and Discussion - This section shall delineate the relevant and appropriate standards for the burden of proof based on the facts and circumstances for each accepted claim.
(5): Conclusion, Relief, Appeal Rights, and Civil Action Notice – This section will contain statements that address the above-mentioned topics.
(6): When the Contractor submits the final draft FAD, the manager may return the draft FAD to the Contractor for corrections, if needed. Upon receiving the manager's comments, the Contractor shall return the updated draft FAD to the manager with the incorporated comments within 5 business days.
Interested candidates are encouraged to forward their resumes to email@example.com.
Staff Accountant - Baltimore, MD
- Must have experience auditing Housing Finance Agencies and Maryland audit
- Prepare and examine accounting records, financial statements, taxes, and other financial reports
- Develop and analyze reporting for business operations and budgets
- Perform audits, ensuring adherence to standard requirements
- Create new processes to improve financial efficiency
- Report analysis and findings to the management team
- Previous experience in accounting or other related fields
- Fundamental knowledge of GAAP
- Experience with current computer accounting programs and reporting tools
- Detail and deadline-oriented
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Interested candidates are encouraged to forward their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Accountant - Hanover, MD
We are seeking a Senior Accountant who will be primarily responsible for accounting and compliance-related activities associated with our client’s government contracting business efforts. This individual will help ensure that all direct, indirect and other costs are being accurately identified, captured and reported in accordance with applicable Government Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) requirements, Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) requirements and other laws and contractual regulations. In addition, this individual will assist in complying with Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) and Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) audit requests and research and resolve complex CAS and other government contracting accounting and compliance-related issues. This individual should have a solid understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)This individual will manage the completion of day-to-day transactions against deadlines and collaborate with other internal groups.
Interested candidates are encouraged to forward resumes to email@example.com.
Accounts Payable Associate - Towson, MD
We are seeking a Senior Accountant who will be primarily responsible for accounting and compliance-related activities associated with our client’s government contracting business efforts. This individual will help ensure that all direct, indirect and other costs are being accurately identified, captured and reported in accordance with applicable Government Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) requirements, Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) requirements and other laws and contractual regulations. In addition, this individual will assist in complying with Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) and Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) audit requests and research and resolve complex CAS and other government contracting accounting and compliance related issues. This individual should have a solid understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)This individual will manage the completion of day-to-day transactions against deadlines and collaborate with other internal groups.
Interested candidates are encouraged to forward resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paralegal Specialist - Baltimore, MD
Full-Time Paralegal, Baltimore, MD
The paralegal/data services specialist will conduct research and writing on a broad range of civil and/or criminal cases including, but not limited to Health Care Fraud, and Affirmative Civil Enforcement. Will assist the legal team to find documents to use during witness interviews and to help build a complete factual theory of the case(s). Will utilize a variety of automated legal research tools as well as public information databases and other automated resources to research case or program-specific legal matters.
Information gathered will be organized, indexed and presented to the legal team in a concise manner. Requires sound working knowledge of target systems, research procedures and sources of information. Requires excellent written and oral communication skills, thorough knowledge of automated research tools, such as LEXIS and word processing, database, spreadsheet, and telecommunications. Requires ability to consistently deliver highest quality work under extreme pressure and ensure that work meets contract and Government requirements and is delivered on time. The client will provide office space with computer and telephone.
- Ability to analyze legal issues, factual issues, and subject matter details involved in a case to determine the data needed, methods of obtaining data, and the relevance of data already available.
- Ability to evaluate relevant information, and to summarize information to assist in case preparation.
- Knowledge of automated legal research tools and litigation support technology such as digital imaging applications and trial presentation programs.
- Possess a paralegal or law degree.
- Two years of specialized experience in a law firm.
Currently possess a Department of Justice clearance or will be required to successfully complete a favorable review of an FBI Name and Fingerprint check; NCIC check; and Questionnaire for Public Trust Positions.
Travel for training may be necessary for this position.
Interested candidates are encouraged to send their resumes to email@example.com.