[Hpn] Job Openings - HUD INTERAGENCY HOMELESS COORDINATORS - Atlanta,
Boston, and Chicago - Application by September 25, 2002
H. C. Covington
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Federal Job Opening: INTERAGENCY HOMELESS COORDINATOR
Editors note: This opening requires application by September 25, 2002
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD)
HUD, OFC OF FIELD POLICY AND MANAGEMENT
Vacancy Announcement Number: PO-DEU-2002-0116Z
Opening Date: 09/11/2002 Closing Date: 09/25/2002
Position: INTERAGENCY HOMELESS COORDINATOR GS-0301-13/14
Salary: $66,229 - $101,742 per year
Promotion Potential: GS-14
Duty Location: 1 vacancy at Atlanta, GA
1 vacancy at Boston Metro area, MA
1 vacancy at Chicago Metro area, IL
HUD, Assistant Secretary for Field Policy and Management, 1 position in
Atlanta, GA; 1 position in Boston, MA; 1 position in Chicago, IL;
1 position in Denver, CO; 1 position in Ft. Worth, TX; 1 position in Kansas
City, KS; 1 position in New York, NY; 1 position in Philadelphia, PA; 1
position in San Francisco, CA; 1 position in Seattle, WA; and 1 position in
THERE IS 1 VACANCY IN EACH OF THE LOCATIONS LISTED ABOVE.
Applications and supporting documents must be received by close
of business on September 25, 2002.
WHO MAY APPLY:
Open to all qualified persons.
MAJOR DUTIES:The Interagency Council on Homelessness is
composed of a variety of Federal agencies.
The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development is the Chair.
The Executive Director provides leadership to the Interagency
Council, who's responsibilities include: coordinating relevant
policies and programs; evaluating policies and programs;
monitoring and evaluating the efforts of state and local
governments to combat homelessness, and helping these units of
government, non-profits and other entities to access information
on funding and technical assistance.
The Executive Director is supported by ten regional Interagency
Homeless Coordinators who will provide coordination and liaison
with state and local governments as well as federal agencies in
their collective efforts to combat homelessness. The incumbents
convene regional meetings of federal agencies who are Council
members, and works with state, local and nonprofit entities to
provide information about and coordination with federal
The ten incumbents are each located in one of HUD's regional
offices, on the staff of the Regional Director, within the Office
of Field Policy and Management. They serve as the Regional
Interagency Homeless Coordinators, reporting jointly to their
respective HUD Regional Director and the Executive Director of
the Interagency Council on the Homeless, located in Washington,
Applicant must have one year of specialized experience equivalent
to the next lower grade in the Federal service, which has
equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and
abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position.
Experience is typically in or related to the work of the position
Specialized experience must demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge
of, or, experience: the Department's mission and programs, or
other federal, state and agency programs as they relate to HUD's
mission; trends and current developments as they relate to
homeless issues and homeless assistance programs; administrative
and resource management techniques and procedures for operating
large scale public or private enterprises; representing an
organization or agency with elected and appointed officials,
community, and industry groups; making oral and written
presentations, selling ideas, negotiating points of view, and
resolving conflicts; planning, organizing, assigning work, and
reviewing the work of others.
KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
Quality Ranking Factors: Applicants are strongly encouraged to
provide separate narrative statements describing how their experience
satisfies each Quality Ranking Factor (QRF)/Knowledge, Skill Ability (KSA)
1) where or how the particular KSA was acquired,
2) where and how the particular KSA was used.
Answers should be specific and clearly reflect the highest
level of ability.
1. Knowledge of homeless issues.
2. Knowledge of a variety of homeless assistance programs.
3. Ability to work effectively with a variety of organizations and
4. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing,
with a variety of audiences and organizations.
BASIS OF RATING:
Eligible candidates meeting the minimum qualification requirements will be
further evaluated and numerically rated. The basis of rating will be an
evaluation of the applicant's experience and/or training as stated in the
application package. The amount of experience or training will not itself
be accepted as proof of qualification for any grade. The applicant's
must demonstrate the capacity to perform the duties of the position.
Applicants should clearly show they possess the knowledge, skills and
abilities (KSAs) listed under the Quality Ranking Factors above.
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HOW TO APPLY:
You may apply for this vacancy announcement by submitting a Resume, an
Optional Application for Federal Employment (OF-612), or an Application for
Federal Employment (SF-171). Applications must include the following
information (in addition to specific information requested elsewhere in
this vacancy announcement):
Go to the following website to access the Optional Application for Federal
For additional information about this position please
contact: STAFFING 9-30 202-708-3480
Submit your application package to:
HUD - DEPT. OF HSNG. & URBAN DEV.
451 7TH STREET, SW, RM. 2153
ATTN: JOB INFORMATION CENTER
STAFFING 9-30 (RJ)
WASHINGTON, DC 20410
The Federal Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
H. C. [Sonny] Covington, Editor
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