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LINGUIST List 17.1319

Sat Apr 29 2006

Jobs: General Ling: Social Scientist, NSF (Part II)

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        1.    Joan Maling, General Linguistic: Social Scientist, National Science Foundation, VA, USA

Message 1: General Linguistic: Social Scientist, National Science Foundation, VA, USA
Date: 29-Apr-2006
From: Joan Maling <jmalingnsf.gov>
Subject: General Linguistic: Social Scientist, National Science Foundation, VA, USA

Note to LINGUIST List subscribers: This announcement appears in two parts.
This is Part II. Part I appears at this URL:

University or Organization: National Science Foundation
Department: Division of Behavioral & Cognitive Sciences
Job Rank: Social Scientist
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics


1. Knowledge of the principles, theories and methods of social and/or
behavioral science.
2. Ability to use computer software, database systems, and web-based systems.
3. Ability to organize and gather scientific and administrative data
for use in the preparation of analytical and interpretative reports and guides.
4. Ability to communicate orally and in writing to the scientific community and
individuals at all levels in order to explain and promote program policies.
5. Ability to organize review panels and other activities.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Appointment to the position is contingent upon
successful completion of a background investigation. Satisfactory completion of
a one-year trial period may also be required.

HOW TO APPLY: You may apply for this position with the /Optional
Application for Federal Employment/ (OF-612), the older /Application for
Federal Employment/ (SF-171), a resume, or other application format of
your choice - so long as it contains the necessary information
(summarized below). You must also submit a current Performance
Appraisal or letter(s) of recommendation from professionals who can
comment on your capabilities. In order to ensure full consideration,
it is recommended that you submit a supplemental statement which
specifically addresses how your background and experience relate to each
Quality Ranking Factor listed on this announcement.

You must specify the following:
*Job announcement number
*Title and grade(s) of the job for which you are applying
*Country of citizenship
*Social security number
*Information about your education, including (1) high school graduation date and
(2) college/university information - your major, and type and year of degree(s).
If no degree, show total credits earned and indicate whether they are semester
or quarter hours.
*Information about all your work experience related to this job,
including job titles, duties and accomplishments, employer's name and
phone number, number of hours worked per week, starting and ending dates
(month and year), and annual salary. If you held various positions with
the same employer, describe each separately.
*If you have Federal civilian experience, indicate the highest grade held, the
job series, and dates held.
*The brochure /Applying for a Federal Job /provides information on the Federal
job application process; it is available by calling the number listed below.

*If your application does not provide all the information requested in the
vacancy announcement, you may lose consideration for this job.*

The National Science Foundation provides reasonable accommodations to
applicants with disabilities on a case-by-case basis. If you need a
reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring
process, please notify the point of contact listed on this vacancy

Applications may be submitted via e-mail to ywoodwarnsf.gov or submit all
application material to NSF at the address below, Attn: Announcement Number
E20060094. In addition to the required application materials, you are asked to
complete and submit the attached Applicant Survey form (found at
http://nsf.gov/pubs/2006/e20060094/e20060094.txt). Submission of this form is
voluntary and will not affect your application for employment. The information
is used for statistical purposes only. *RESUMES MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORE
MIDNIGHT OF THE APPLICATION DEADLINE.* For additional information call Yvonne
Woodward (see below). Hearing impaired individuals may call TDD (703) 292-8044.


Address for Applications

National Science Foundation, Division of Human Resource Management
4201 Wilson Boulevard, Room 315
Arlington, VA 22230

Application Deadline: 08-May-2006

Contact Information:

Yvonne Woodward
Email: ywoodwarnsf.gov
Phone: (703) 292-4386
Website: http://nsf.gov/
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