Best of USAJobs March 20

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. Consumer Safety Officer (Milk Safety)

If Milk safety is something you take seriously, then this could be the job for you. The Food and Drug Administration is looking for someone to oversee the planning and implementation of an interstate milk safety program. Click here to view the job.

  1. Archeologist

Interested in history? The Department of the Army is looking for an archaeologist with historical expertise and a familiarity with tribal issues. Click here to view the job.

  1. Statistician

If numbers are your thing, then this might be the position you’ve been looking for. The Health and Human Services Department is looking for a statistician to “serve as an advisor on segments of a research program.” Click here to view the job.

  1. Cartographer

If you’ve never met a map you didn’t like, this job might be for you. The Air Force Department is looking for someone who knows their way around maps to serve as a cartographer with duties relating to civil engineering. Click here to view the job.

  1. IT Specialist

Do you know your way around computers? Do you know how many gigabytes are in a terabyte (or maybe it’s the other way around)? Then consider applying for this position with the Army Department, where you’ll focus on data management. Click here to view the job.

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