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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Work in FLO!

                                      Crisis Management and Support Specialist Position Available in FLO


   Family members returning to the Washington area may be interested in applying for the available full-time Crisis Management and Support Specialist (Program Specialist, GS-09) position in the Family Liaison Office (FLO). The incumbent of this position reports to the Division Chief and receives day to day guidance from the Crisis Management Officer in providing programs and support services for employees and family members in the following areas: evacuations from overseas posts; security and crisis-related concerns; and separated family members (divorce, other separations). The position is located in Washington, DC, but may require some travel.

This is a full-time, two-year limited appointment, with potential to be extended up to a maximum of five years, Excepted Service, Schedule A - not in the Competitive Service. The selected candidate will receive a two-year Non-Career term appointment with benefits (FERS, TSP, FEGLI and FEHB).
The application deadline for this position is Friday, July 11, 2014. Please see the vacancy announcement for details and application instructions.