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Work in htp series does not require full professional knowledge equivalent to that represented by completion of a bachelors degree in meteorology. Positions in this series require a knowledge of the history, concepts, methods, and techniques of social insurance and of the social and economic conditions under which such programs operate. Hydrologic technicians gather information on the quantity, quality, availability, movement, and distribution of ground water and surface water.
These positions require 1 broad knowledge of railroad operating practices and recordkeeping; 2 practical knowledge of methods used in the installation, maintenance, or manufacture of railroad equipment, signal systems, or track; 3 knowledge of safety practices fecdlass to the railroad industry and related laws, regulations, and standards; and 4 knowledge of the investigative techniques used in determining the cause of accidents.
Work in this series requires knowledge of the field of labor-management relations, of collective bargaining processes, of applicable labor laws and precedent decisions, and of the regulations, policies and practices of fedclaxs National Labor Relations Board.
The work requires professional knowledge of the nature of these disorders, their causes, and methods ipm therapeutic treatment. The work involves giving formal talks, interpreting natural and historic features, explaining engineering structures and related water resource developments, answering questions, guiding tours, and providing miscellaneous services to visitors. This work can be performed solely or in combination with general clerical work that does not require prior specialized experience or training.
Soil conservation technicians advise property holders on the effectiveness of applying soil and water conservation practices or assist in research efforts.
The paramount qualification requirement is a practical knowledge of the methods, procedures, regulations, and purposes of the equal opportunity or civil rights functions the positions support. This series definition applies to the XX99 student trainee series for each Occupational Group. The work of the dietitian includes food service management, assessing nutritional needs of individuals or community groups, developing therapeutic diet plans, teaching the effects of nutrition on health, conducting research regarding the use of diet in the treatment of disease, or consulting on or administering a dietetic program.
The positions require a practical understanding of the objectives, policies, procedures, or regulatory requirements pertaining to the work and the ability to apply skills or knowledge of the occupation involved. Ecologists analyze biological components and processes in the context of ecosystems including environmental factors, physical-chemical relationships, and social relationships.
Such support work includes editing manuscripts for basic grammar and clarity of expression as well as marking copy for format. Office of Personnel Management 27 Intelligence Aid and Clerk Series Positions in this series have duties involving subordinate or clerical work in the field of intelligence.
This work requires knowledge of standardized processing and collection procedures to record tax information and knowledge of applicable portions of tax laws and tax rulings to accept, request proof of or reject a variety of taxpayer claims, credits and deductions. Government Life Insurance, as well as other Veterans Administration administered benefits.
Consumer safety officers identify substances and sources of fdclass and contamination, and evaluate manufacturing practices, production processes, quality control systems, laboratory analyses, and clinical investigation programs.
This work requires full professional education and training in the biological and agricultural sciences and a fundamental knowledge of the principles, methods, techniques, and relationships in the field of animal science and the application of this knowledge in the investigation, analysis, and solution of animal science problems.
Also included are positions that supervise work characteristic of this series when the knowledge, skills, and abilities for general office automation support work are essential requirements of the supervisory position.
Such work requires knowledge of professional archeological principles, theories, wwq, methods, and techniques. Data Management Work that involves the planning, development, implementation, and administration of systems for the acquisition, storage, and retrieval of data.
Office of Personnel Management 9 Series Name Action General Investigating Renames this series General Investigation Series,and revises this series definition as a result of a recent occupational study.
Positions in which specialized subject matter or functional competence is a necessary qualification requirement are classifiable to whichever specialized or general series is most appropriate.
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Such positions are properly classified in the Biological Technician Series, Work also involves providing advisory services to those who design, test, produce, procure, supply, operate, repair, or dispose of equipment. As directed by a physician, physician assistants carry out special procedures; for example, they give injections or other medication, apply or change dressing, perform lumbar punctures, or suture minor lacerations.
The paramount qualification requirement of all positions in this series is ability and skill in applying the techniques of mediation in dealing with the parties to a dispute. The work does not require the broad knowledge of Federal HR systems or the depth of knowledge about HR concepts, principles, and techniques that are characteristic of the recognized HR specialist positions in the Human Resources Management Series, The work requires a knowledge of the procedures and techniques involved in carrying out the work of an organization and involves application of procedures and practices within the framework of established guidelines.
Positions in this group require writing, editing, and language ability; artistic skill and ability; knowledge of foreign languages; the ability to evaluate and interpret informational and cultural materials; or the practical application of technical or esthetic principles combined with manual skill and dexterity; or related clerical skills. It requires knowledge of supply operations and program requirements and the ability to apply established supply policies, day-to-day servicing techniques, regulations, or procedures.
This includes the ability to analyze and protect the natural resources, to develop programs and standards for rangeland use and conservation, and to advise State officials, and private and Indian landowners in rangeland management practices.
The work requires a practical knowledge of marketing functions and practices, including, for example, a knowledge of or experience with: They do not require full professional competence equivalent to that represented by completion of a full 4-year accredited college curriculum leading to a bachelor’s degree in engineering or one of the physical sciences. Excluded are positions that require application of knowledge of statistical clerical methods characteristic of the Statistical Assistant Series, These positions involve the administration, supervision or performance of one or more of the following functions: The work does not require full professional competence or equivalent professional-level preparation in the theories, principles, and concepts of the field.
The work requires a knowledge of real estate laws, principles, practices, and markets. These positions require a basic knowledge and understanding of one or more of the natural or social sciences, engineering, or military science, but do not demand, as a primary qualification requirement, full knowledge of the current state of the art. Dentistry is concerned with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, injuries and deformities of the teeth, the jaws, organs of the mouth, and other structures and connective tissues associated with the oral cavity and the masticatory system.
Positions in this series require knowledge of the various methods of air navigation, and skill in using navigational instruments, equipment, and systems in conjunction with flight instruments to direct the movement and positioning of the aircraft to accomplish a specific mission or assignment.
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Most positions also require the ability to translate and interpret technical legal material from a foreign language into English and from English into a foreign language. Community planning work requires knowledge of planning concepts, principles, techniques, and practices; the social, economic, political, and physical feddclass involved in human settlements; and the dynamics of change within these elements.
Introduction to the Position Classification Standards, TS, July Series A subdivision of an occupational group or job family consisting of positions similar as to specialized line of work and qualification requirements. Conservation work requires knowledge of: