Program Analyst GS-343-12/13 FPL 13
General Services Administration (GSA)
About the organization
GSA’s core mission is to help federal agencies buy smarter, reduce their real estate footprint, provide efficient, cost saving technology and create a better, faster federal government. We are currently recruiting for Program Analyst in the Office of Strategic Communications and business lines:
Location: GSA, Office of Strategic Communication, 1800 F Street, Washington DC
As a Program Analyst some of your main roles will include:
Applying qualitative, and/or quantitative methods to assess and improve program, project, process, or system efficiency and effectiveness.
Provide support for budgeting and financial management activities.
Work with supervisor to coordinate procurement and contracting functions, including providing advice and assistance to organizational staff on the documentation and justification required for requisitions.
Assists with day-to-day operational HR activities, such as information requests, personnel actions, processing of necessary paperwork, and the maintenance of required personnel records.
The education and/or experience required is based on the duties of the position and level of responsibility. A Human Resources specialist will review your application to determine if you meet these requirements.
$86,335 to $135,465 per year
Contact email: [email protected]
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AGENCY CONTACT INFO:
Email: [email protected]
General Services Administration
National Recruitment Center
2300 Main Street
Kansas City, MO
Equal Opportunity Employment
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