[geogu-l] Army Corps of Engineers--student job opening
rroth at u.washington.edu
Wed Feb 3 10:58:50 PST 2010
The Seattle District, Corps of Engineers, Mud Mountain Dam is currently
recruiting for the following position(s):
LABORER, WG-3502-1 (2 positions)
$15.11 per hour
Applications will be accepted from 1 through 19 February 2010
Mud Mountain Dam, 30525 SE Mud Mountain Road, Enumclaw, WA
TYPE OF APPOINTMENT
These positions are part-time temporary student jobs not to exceed 30
September 2010. (May works full-time on school breaks, including summer.)
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Employment is dependent upon passing a physical examination and school
SUMMARY OF DUTIES
Performs a variety of labor-type duties in support of the operation and
maintenance of recreation and dam facilities and areas including some or all
of, but not limited to the following: collects litter and performs other
grounds maintenance duties in dam areas including picnic areas, playgrounds,
lawn areas, trails, roadways and parking areas. Runs powered lawn mowers.
Operates common hand tools and simple power equipment. Cleans and sanitizes
park buildings and facilities including restrooms, picnic shelters, storage
buildings and park offices independently.
Work requires light to moderate physical effort such as lifting and
frequently carrying light to medium weight (10 to 30 pounds) objects;
dragging hoses; pushing carts; occasionally lifting and carrying moderately
heavy (up to 45 pounds) objects; and walking, bending, moving and reaching.
Works outside in all kinds of weather, and inside in areas that may be
dusty, drafty and noisy. Employee may be required to stand for long periods
on concrete floors. There is a chance of minor injuries; e.g., bruises, cuts
No specific length of experience is required. However, you must show that
you sufficiently possess the knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) listed
in the Supplemental Questions below. FAILURE TO COMPLETE THE SUPPLEMENTAL
QUESTIONS WILL DISQUALIFY THE APPLICANT FROM CONSIDERATION FOR THE POSITION.
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER LISTING EACH OF THESE
ELEMENTS AND DESCRIBE IN YOUR OWN WORDS HOW YOU ACQUIRED THE KSAs.
EXPERIENCE/TRAINING SHOWN IN YOUR ELEMENT RESPONSES MUST BE REFLECTED IN
KSA 1: ABILITY TO DO THE WORK OF THE POSITION WITHOUT MORE THAN NORMAL
KSA 2: WORK PRACTICES
KSA 3: ABILITY TO INTERPRET INSTRUCTIONS, WRITTEN AND ORALLY
KSA 4: ABILITY TO USE AND MAINTAIN TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
KSA 5: DEXTERITY AND SAFETY
To receive veterans' preference, applicants must submit A Certificate of
Release or Discharge from Active Duty, DD 214 showing dates of service and
type of discharge (Member 4 copy if discharged after July 1, 1979). In
addition to the DD 214, an applicant claiming 10 point veterans' preference
must also submit SF-15 (Application for 10 Point Veterans Preference), and a
letter from the Veterans Administration, dated within the last twelve (12)
months, certifying the veteran's present receipt of compensation for
service-connected disability. For further details, visit the OPM Vet Guide
web site at: http://www.opm.gov/employ/veterans/html/vetsinfo.pdf.
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants who believe they meet the qualification requirements may elect to
use any written form that contains all the information required in OF 612.
Incomplete applications MAY not be considered. Your options include:
1. An Optional Application for Federal Employment (Optional Form 612 -
visit: http://www.ussc.gov/JOBS/of0612.pdf for a copy of this form) OR
2. A resume (be sure to indicate if you are claiming veterans' preference).
In addition, you MUST submit the following documentation (failure to submit
the required forms may result in loss of consideration):
3. Your social security number and citizenship on your application/resume.
4. College Transcripts, if using education to qualify.
5. Letter from your school to verify student status and academic standing
(must show returning to school in the fall).
6. Responses to the KSAs listed above.
7. DD-214, if you have active military service and are claiming veterans'
8. SF-15, if claiming 10-point veteran preference (with required proof).
IF YOUR RESUME OR APPLICATION DOES NOT PROVIDE ALL THE INFORMATION REQUESTED
IN THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY NOTICE, YOU MAY LOSE CONSIDERATION FOR THIS JOB.
PLEASE REFER TO PAGES 1 AND 2 OF THE OPTIONAL APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL
For more information, contact Heidi Secrest at heidi.j.secrest at us.army.mil
206-764-3717 or 360-825-3211.
Applications must be received by the closing date of this announcement. Do
not submit original documents. Applications will not be returned.
Students must be sixteen years of age and enrolled or accepted for
enrollment in an accredited high school, technical or vocational school, two
year or four year college or university, graduate or professional school.
Students must be taking at least a half-time course load as defined by the
school. If selected, you will need to provide proof of your student status.
Males born after December 31, 1959 must be registered with the Selective
Service System unless you meet certain exemptions under Selective Service
Any United States citizen may apply. In the absence of qualified U. S.
citizens, non-citizens may be eligible for employment if: (1) permitted by a
Federal agency's appropriation act, and (2) eligible to work under U. S.
Must have and maintain a valid state driver's license.
WHERE TO APPLY
Mail or hand carry hard copy application to: US Army Corps of Engineers, Mud
Mountain Dam, ATTN: Heidi Secrest, 30525 SE Mud Mountain Road, Enumclaw, WA
Fax your complete application package to 206-764-3307 ATTN: Heidi Secrest OR
E-mail your application to heidi.j.secrest at us.army.mil
Be sure to put the announcement #, position title, series, grade and
location of the position you are applying for on your application. If this
information is missing from your application, you may miss out on
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY IS A EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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