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Announcement Number 1400006TC01-DHA Promotion Potential GS-15
Position Title Contract Spec/Administrator/Negotiator, Procurement Analyst (Supvy/Non/Lead) Hiring Agency GSA-Multiple Departments
Open Period 05/14/2014 - 11/21/2014 Duty Locations Many Vacancies in San Francisco County, CA, US
Denver, CO, US
Washington DC, DC, US
Newark, NJ, US
Central Islip, NY, US
Kings, NY, US
New York, NY, US
Queens, NY, US
Philadelphia, PA, US
Dallas, TX, US
Fort Worth, TX, US
Alexandria, VA, US
Arlington, VA, US
Auburn, WA, US
Series/Grade GS - 1102R 09/11/12/13/14/15 For More Info PHONE #: SEE JOB SUMMARY
000-000-0000
CP.talentcenter@gsa.gov
Salary $50154.00 - $155500.00

Benefits
GSA offers a comprehensive benefits package. To explore the major benefits offered to most Federal employees, see Benefits.


Other Information

  • Each metropolitan area set up its own criteria for reviewing the applications to review and who to interview.  Questions on the selection process can only be answered by each metropolitan area contact listed in the public notice.
  • BARGAINING UNIT STATUS: Varies based on location/position.
  • GSA does not accept applications or application materials submitted with Government-paid postage.
  • Travel, transportation, relocation expenses, recruitment and/or relocation incentives may be paid when authorized and approved by appropriate agency officials on a case by case basis.
  • Each position filled may or may not have a higher full performance level. If you are selected for a position at a grade lower than the full performance level of that position, you may be promoted up to that grade level without further competition in accordance with all applicable regulations.  However, promotions are not guaranteed and are dependent on performance.
  • Positions may be filled as either nonsupervisory or supervisory.





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