Best of USAJobs June 21

USAJobs can be a great resource for those looking to enter public service for the first time or career public servants interested in finding new job opportunities. To help promote interest in the site and the thousands of jobs it has listed, GovLoop highlights some of the more interesting opportunities available in a blog post each week. Welcome to the latest edition of our exciting federal employment opportunities roundup!

  1. Writer-Editor

If your prose puts Shakespeare to shame, consider applying for this position with the Transportation Security Administration. They’re looking for a strong writer to create materials that will communicate the agency’s policies, programs, and services to the general public. Click here to view the job.

  1. Data & Methods Analyst

If you prefer weighted averages to words, this could be a great opportunity for you. The Defense Health Agency needs someone to serve as technical advisor on issues related to patient care reporting, using data to create studies and perform analysis. Click here to view the job.

  1. Research Oceanographer

If you want to swim with the fishes (not in the mob sense), then the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association has a great position for you. They’re looking for someone to facilitate the development of satellite oceanographic and climatological algorithms and data products, so consider applying if that sounds like something you can do. Click here to view the job.

  1. Endangered Species Biologist

Love animals? Want to help vanishing species? This could be just the opportunity you’re looking for: the Army Installation Management Command is looking for someone to manage federal and state listed species and species of concern by conducting surveys and monitoring activities in Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. Click here to view the job.

  1. Library Technician

If you’re happiest when surrounded by books, then the U.S. Military Academy has the perfect opportunity for you: they need someone to work in their library’s research facilities, monitoring researchers and making sure that library policies are followed. Click here to view the job.

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