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    Job Title/Series/Grade: Mechanical Engineer, GS-830-12/13

    Job Announcement Number: 6592-09

    Duty Location: Portland, OR

    POSITION INFORMATION: This is a permanent position with a full-time work schedule.

    ANTICIPATED NUMBER OF POSITIONS TO BE FILLED: More than One (1) position may be filled

    Opening Date: 05/11/09

    Closing Date: 05/29/09

    Salary range: GS-12 – $71,087 – $92,409
    GS-13 – $84,533 – $109,895

    Organization: Energy Efficiency, Program Implementation, Engineering Services – KLJD

    Who May Be Considered: Applications will be accepted from current and former competitive service Federal employees, and people eligible under special hiring authorities. Veterans who are preference eligibles or who have been separated from the armed forces under honorable conditions after 3 years or more of continuous active service may apply.

    Job Summary: The Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) has been powering the Pacific Northwest for over 70 years. Today BPA is regarded as a world leader, operating one of the nation’s largest high voltage transmission systems with more than 15,000 miles of line that provides half the electricity used in the Northwest. In addition to transmission, BPA helps fund and manage the largest fish and wildlife program in the world; invests in new renewable generating resources for the Northwest such as wind and geothermal projects; and is a leading partner in promoting energy conservation and efficiency programs.

    Not only is BPA recognized as a world leader in transmission but BPA has received numerous awards including Oregon State’s “Families in Good Company”. How did we become a world leader? The answer is simple — our people. And the best part of all, our employees get to work, live, and play in the great Pacific Northwest! You can learn more about BPA at http://www.bpa.gov.


    • Pre-Appointment Background Investigation is Required.

    The full performance level of this position is GS-13.

    This position may be filled at the GS-12, or GS-13 level. You must indicate on your application the grade level(s) for which you are applying. Candidates hired at less than full-performance level may be promoted without further competition when assigned higher-level duties and meeting all qualification requirements.

    Time-in-Grade Restrictions: Applicants must have served 52 weeks at the next lower grade level in the Federal service.

    Minimum Qualifications and Time-in-Grade Requirements must be met within 60 calendar days of the closing date of this announcement.

    Major Duties: Business success depends on people – talented, motivated, agile people. Energy Efficiency (EE) is a dynamic organization that works with BPA’s customers, regional service providers, and governmental, non-profit organizations to improve the energy efficiency of end-use consumers across the Pacific Northwest. Energy Efficiency currently spends roughly $80 million per year on energy efficiency and an increasing amount on RD&D per year. BPA’s energy conservation activities are widely regarded as sound, efficient, and effective.

    This position is located in the Engineering Services group of the Program Implementation organization. Engineering Services provides a range of technical services in support of energy efficiency programs and activities as well as support to other BPA groups.

    This position:
    • Serves as a project engineer and highly knowledgeable technical specialist in the area of emerging technologies
    • Is responsible for developing and managing high profile, multi-million dollar emerging technology projects
    • Builds and manages a collaborative of key stakeholders such as U.S. Department of Energy (USDOE), Pacific Northwest National Labs (PNNL), Washington State University Energy Extension Office (WSU), select electric utilities, industrial associations, and manufacturers to investigate and develop innovative emerging energy efficiency technologies.
    • Manages the Emerging Technology Assessment and Demonstration project – a two-phased, multi-year, multi-partnered project with the purpose of identifying priority emerging technologies, the quantification of their energy savings, and the demonstration of cost-effective potential for the BPA service territory. The project will address research and development needs for the agricultural, commercial, industrial, and residential sectors in support of BPA’s energy efficiency program.

    The incumbent will use a wide variety of management, analytical, and engineering techniques, to explore, document and demonstrate emerging EE technologies and how they apply to BPA’s efficiency programs. This position requires a self-starter with solid project management and collaborative abilities and analytical skills. The ideal candidate will be able to visualize and build a demonstration plan to achieve that vision.



    A. Degree: professional engineering. To be acceptable, the curriculum must: (1) be in a school of engineering with at least one curriculum accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) as a professional engineering curriculum; or (2) include differential and integral calculus and courses (more advanced than first-year physics and chemistry) in five of the following seven areas of engineering science or physics: (a) statics, dynamics; (b) strength of materials (stress-strain relationships); (c) fluid mechanics, hydraulics; (d) thermodynamics; (e) electrical fields and circuits; (f) nature and properties of materials (relating particle and aggregate structure to properties); and (g) any other comparable area of fundamental engineering science or physics, such as optics, heat transfer, soil mechanics, or electronics.


    B. Combination of education and experience – college-level education, training, and/or technical experience that furnished (1) a thorough knowledge of the physical and mathematical sciences underlying professional engineering, and (2) a good understanding; both theoretical and practical, of the engineering sciences and techniques and their applications to one of the branches of engineering. The adequacy of such background must be demonstrated by one of the following:

    1. Professional Registration – Current registration as a professional engineer by any State, the District of Columbia, Guam, or Puerto Rico. Absent other means of qualifying under this standard, those applicants who achieved such registration by means other than written test are eligible only for positions that are within or closely related to the specialty field of their registration.

    2. Written Test – Evidence of having successfully passed the Fundamentals-In-Engineering (FE) examination, or the written test required for professional registration, which is administered by the Boards of Engineering Examiners in the various States, the District of Columbia, Guam and Puerto Rico. Applicants who have passed the examination and have completed all the requirements for either (a) a bachelor’s degree in engineering technology (BET) from an accredited college or university that included 60 semester hours of courses in the physical, mathematical, and engineering sciences, or (b) a BET from a program accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) may be rated eligible for certain engineering positions at the GS-5 level. Eligibility is limited to positions that are within or closely related to the specialty field of the engineering technology program.

    3. Specified Academic Courses – Successful completion of at least 60 semester hours of courses in the physical, mathematical, and engineering sciences and in engineering that included the courses specified in the basic requirements. The courses must be fully acceptable toward meeting the requirements of a professional engineering curriculum as described in paragraph A.

    4. Related Curriculum – Successful completion of a curriculum leading to a bachelor’s degree in engineering technology or in an appropriate professional field, e.g., physics, chemistry, architecture, computer science, mathematics, hydrology, or geology, may be accepted in lieu of a degree in engineering, provided the applicant has had at least 1 year of professional engineering experience acquired under professional engineering supervision and guidance.

    NOTE: If you are not currently in a GS-800, professional engineering series, you must provide a copy of your college transcripts with your application. Failure to provide will result in a rating of not qualified.

    Education obtained outside the United States
    If your education has been obtained outside the U.S, you must submit proof with your application that your transcripts have been evaluated by a private organization that specializes in interpretation of foreign educational credentials and have been deemed at least equivalent to that gained in conventional U.S. education institutions.


    Applicants must have had a total of 1 year specialized experience that has equipped them with the particular knowledge’s, skills and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position, and that is typically related to the work of this position: Specialized Experience for each grade level is defined below:

    GS-12: Experience, in which the applicant independently planned, coordinated, implemented, oversaw and/or performed activities involved in planning and/or carrying out energy efficiency programs and/or projects.

    GS-13: Experience, in which the applicant independently managed, supervised, directed, and/or led engineering activities involved in planning and carrying out energy efficiency programs and/or projects, including experience in project management activities and demonstrated technical expertise.

    Note: In order to be rated as qualified for the position, we must be able to determine that you meet the specialized experience requirement – please be sure to include this information in your application. To be creditable, specialized experience must have been equivalent to one-full year of experience at the next lower grade of the position to be filled. Applicants who have qualifying experience performed on less than a full-time basis must specify the percentage and length of time spent in performance of such duties.

    CAREER TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM/INTERAGENCY CAREER TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (CTAP/ICTAP): Individuals who have special priority selection rights under the Agency Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP) or the Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP) must be well qualified for the position to receive consideration for special priority selection. See Basis for Rating for definition of ‘well qualified’. Federal employees seeking CTAP/ICTAP eligibility must submit proof that they meet the requirements of 5 CFR 330.605 (a) for CTAP and 5 CFR 330.704 for ICTAP. This includes a copy of the agency notice, a copy of their most recent Performance Rating and a copy of their most recent SF-50 noting current position, grade level, and duty location. Please annotate your application to reflect that you are applying as a CTAP or ICTAP eligible. NOTE: For CTAP/ICTAP, well qualified for non-status applicants means an applicant who scores 85 points or higher prior to the addition of veteran’s preference, if applicable. For additional information please refer to http://www.opm.gov/.

    You will be evaluated to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications required; and on the extent to which your application shows that you possess the knowledges, skills, and abilities associated with this position as defined below. When describing your knowledges, skills, and abilities, please be sure to give examples and explain how often you used these skills, the complexity of the knowledge you possessed, the level of the people you interacted with, the sensitivity of the issues you handled, etc. Failure to submit narrative responses to the KSAs may negatively affect your eligibility and/or rating.

    1. Mechanical Engineering: Skill in applying knowledge of mechanical engineering sufficient to serve as a recognized technical specialist and to develop or recommend new mechanical engineering methods, procedures, and approaches for energy efficiency. (Provide specific examples of how you were recognized as a technical specialist and of the new methods, procedures, and approaches you developed or recommended. Describe work assignments you independently completed and their difficulty and complexity. Please include any professional certifications (e.g. Professional Engineering license), participation in professional organizations, or mentoring of junior engineers.)

    2. Energy Efficiency (EE): Knowledge of a wide range of policies and practices applicable to energy efficiency programs sufficient to serve as the technical expert, project leader and/or COTR for emerging energy efficiency technologies programs or projects. (Describe your knowledge, experience and familiarity with energy efficiency, building sciences and programs associated with electric utilities and managing their demand side management programs.)

    3. Project Management: Knowledge of the techniques of program/project management and contract administration sufficient to perform or participate in all program/project management activities. (Provide examples of the programs or projects you have managed or participated in managing and describe your specific responsibility for contract administration and oversight, planning, budgeting, scheduling, and financial control. Include your experience preparing plans, milestones, and schedules; preparation and execution of budgets; financial control; and administration and oversight of related contractor efforts. If you have not participated in managing a program or project, describe experience in which you observed program/project management activities.)

    4. Emerging Energy Efficiency Technologies: Skill in applying emerging energy efficiency technologies sufficient to serve as a project engineer and highly knowledgeable technical specialist in the area of emerging energy efficiency technologies. (Provide specific examples of your experience serving as a project lead or technical expert in the area of energy efficiency and emerging technologies; including experience developing and managing high profile, multi-million dollar projects to develop new, innovative, and emerging energy efficiency technologies; and providing expert advice on all aspects of EE emerging technologies to senior colleagues and agency officials responsible for broad program operations. Discuss the complexities and significance of, and innovations involved in, those projects and recommendations.)

    5. Ability to build and maintain effective business relationships with internal clients, workgroup members from senior management to support personnel, and with external clients. (Describe your experience in establishing and maintaining working relationships and the purpose and results of those relationships. Also describe your participation in conferences, meetings, hearings, presentations, and/or working groups and the purpose, importance, and consequences and/or results of that participation.)
    You may participate in the Federal Employees Health Benefits program, with costs shared with your employer. More info: http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#FEHB.

    Life insurance coverage is provided. More info: http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#life

    Long-Term Care Insurance is offered and carries into your retirement. More info: http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#ltci

    New employees are automatically covered by the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS). If you are transferring from another agency and covered by CSRS, you may continue in this program. More info: http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#retr

    You will earn annual vacation leave. More info: http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#VACA

    You will earn sick leave. More info: http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#SKLV

    You will be paid for federal holidays that fall within your regularly scheduled tour of duty. More info: http://www.usajobs.gov/jobextrainfo.asp#HOLI

    There is no specific required application form. There is specific information that you are required to submit. For further information on completing your application, please refer to the statement below “Required Information on Resumes.”
     Applicants may, at their choice, submit a resume, the Optional Application for Federal Employment (OF 612), a copy of the obsolete Application for Federal Employment (SF 171), or any other written application format.
     All applications must contain sufficient information to determine eligibility for the position.
     Applicants will not be contacted for missing information. Material received after the closing date will not be accepted.

    HOW TO APPLY: Submit your application with supplemental information. It must be received with the application. Your application package should include the following:
    1. Your resume, or other application, that fully describes your education and experience.
    2. Narrative responses to the Knowledges, Skills, and Abilities (KSA’s).
    3. College transcripts (REQUIRED copies are acceptable)
    4. If you are applying as a reinstatement or status candidate from another Federal agency, please include a copy of your most recent Standard Form (SF)-50, Notification of Personnel Action.
    5. If you are applying for consideration as a 30% or more disabled veteran, you must provide a copy of your DD-214 (Member 4), Standard Form 15 (Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference), and documented proof of claim as specified on the SF-15.
    6. If you are applying for consideration as a VEOA, you must be either a preference eligible or have substantially completed an initial 3-year term of active duty military service. You must provide a copy of your DD-214 (Member 4).
    7. If you are applying for Veteran’s Recruitment Appointment (VRA) you must provide a copy of your DD-214 (Member 4). For more information on VRA, see website http://www.usajobs.opm.gov or http://www.va.gov.
    8. All non-BPA applicants are encouraged to complete and submit, BPA Form F3330-11e, Applicant Disability, Race/National Origin and Gender Identification form (attached).

    Please do not include Social Security Numbers or birth dates on any documents submitted.
    1. Announcement number, title, and grade of the position for which you are applying.
    2. Your full name, mailing address, and day and evening telephone number.
    3. Your e-mail address (please provide if available – failure to provide will not effect the processing of your application.)
    4. Country of citizenship.
    5. High school attended which includes name of high school, location (city/state), and date of diploma or GED.
    6. Work experience (Paid and non-paid experience related to the job for which you are applying. Include job title (YOU MUST INCLUDE SERIES AND GRADE IF FEDERAL JOB),, duties and accomplishments, employer’s name and address, supervisor’s name and phone number, starting and ending dates (including month and year), hours worked per week, salary).
    7. Indicate if we may contact your current supervisor.
    8. A list of other job related training, skills (for example, languages, tools, machinery, typing speed, etc.), certificates and licenses, honor societies, awards, professional membership, publications, leadership activities, performance awards, etc.
    *Please note that if your resume or application does not provide all the information requested in the vacancy announcement, you may lose consideration.

    FORMS AVAILABILITY: All application materials may be obtained from all Bonneville Power Administration Human Resources offices @ 905 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232), or by calling 503-230-3810, or 1-877-975-4272 . You may also download a copy of this announcement, including all forms from our website at http://www.jobs.bpa.gov./

    If you have questions, you may call the Employment Center at 503-230-3810, or 1-877-975-4272.

    Applicants should retain a copy of their application as BPA does not return applications or provide copies.

    If mailing your application, please send to the following address: Bonneville Power Administration, ATTN: Human Resources, Employment Center – NHR-1, PO Box 3621, Portland, OR, 97208-3621. If applications are delivered in person, they can be delivered to: Bonneville Power Administration, Human Resources, Employment Center, NHR-1, 905 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232. Please note that if you do not currently have a building access pass, and are hand delivering your application, you will not be able to gain access into the building after 6 p.m.

    Your complete application must be received no later than 11:59 pm Pacific Time (PT) of the closing date to be accepted. Applications submitted by fax or e-mail must be time/date stamped or electronically postmarked at point of origin no later than 11:59 pm PT.

    Applicants will be notified of receipt of their application package.

    FAX APPLICATIONS: Faxed applications should be sent to 503-230-3149. Applicants are responsible for ensuring that application materials transmit successfully.

    Applications should be sent as email attachments to: [email protected]. The Announcement Number must be included in the subject line of the email. Required forms may be sent as email attachments, may be faxed, or sent as hard copy. Application materials provided by different means must be cross–referenced so they may be combined at BPA. Applicants who apply by email will receive an email confirmation. Applicants are responsible for ensuring that application materials are formatted in a manner that will transmit successfully.

    You will receive notification that we have received your application. This notification will also explain our process in more detail.
    You may check the status of closed vacancy announcements on our website at: http://www.jobs.bpa.gov/Job_Search/index.aspx

    EEO Policy Statement:
    The United States Government does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factor.

    Reasonable Accommodation:
    Federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the hiring agency directly. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.

    Veterans Information:
    Veterans who served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces and were separated under honorable conditions may be eligible for veterans’ preference. For service beginning after October 15, 1976, the veteran must have served the required length of time and have a Campaign Badge, Expeditionary Medal, a service-connected disability, or have served in the Gulf War between August 2, 1990, and January 2, 1992.

    The Veterans Employment Opportunity Act (VEOA) gives veterans access to job vacancies that might otherwise be closed to them. The law allows eligible veterans to compete for vacancies advertised under agency’s promotion procedures when the agency is seeking applications from outside of its own workforce.

    To claim veterans’ preference, veterans should be ready to provide a copy of their DD-214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, or other proof. Veterans with service connected disability and others claiming 10 point preference will need to submit Form SF-15, Application for 10-point Veterans’ Preference.

    For more specifics on all veterans employment issues such as Veterans preference or special appointing authorities see the VetGuide.

    Legal and Regulatory Guidance:
    Privacy Act – Privacy Act Notice (PL 93-579): The information requested here is used to determine qualifications for employment and is authorized under Title 5 U.S.C. 3302 and 3361.

    Signature – Before you are hired, you will be required to sign and certify the accuracy of the information in your application.

    False Statements – If you make a false statement in any part of your application, you may not be hired; you may be fired after you begin work; or you may be subject to fine, imprisonment, or other disciplinary action.

    Selective Service – If you are a male applicant born after December 31, 1959, you must certify that you have registered with the Selective Service System, or are exempt from having to do so under the Selective Service Law.

    BPA Form F3330-11e

    (Please read the instructions and Privacy Act Statement before completing this form)


    This data is being collected to plan and evaluate the agency’s recruitment of persons with disabilities, minorities and women, and to help ensure that agency personnel practices meet the requirements of Federal law and regulation. The data you supply will be used for statistical analysis only. SUBMISSION OF THIS INFORMATION IS VOLUNTARY. Failure to provide this information will have no effect on the processing of your application for Federal employment. Individual personnel selections are not made based on this information.

    Authority: Sections 1302, 3301, 3302, 3304 and 7201 of Title 5 of the U.S. Code, Section 2000e of Title 42 of the U.S. Code; and Section 791 of Title 29 of the U.S. Code.

    1. Vacancy Announcement Number 2. Position Title, Series, Grade

    3. Name (Last, First, Middle Initial) 3. Are you a U.S. Citizen? 0 Yes 0 No (check one)

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    01. I do not wish to identify my handicap status.
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    sounds]; stuttering; aphasia [impaired language function]; laryngectomy [removal of the “voice box”]).
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    extent that mobility is affected – “Tunnel vision”).
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    glass or projector modifier).
    24. Blind in one eye
    25. Blind in both eyes (no usable vision, may have some light perception)

    27. One hand 28. One arm 29. One foot 32. One leg
    33. Both hands or arms 34. Both feet or legs
    35. One hand or arm and one foot or leg 36. One hand or arm and both feet or legs
    37. Both hands or arms and one foot or leg 38. Missing both hands or arms and both feet or legs.
    NONPARALYTIC ORTHOPEDIC IMPAIRMENTS (Because of chronic pain, stillness, or weakness in bones or joints, there is some loss of ability to move or use a part or parts of the body.)

    44. One or both hands 45. One or both feet 46. One or both arms 47. one or both legs
    48. Hip or pelvis 49. Back 57. Any combination of two or more parts of the body
    PARTIAL PARALYSIS (Because of a brain, nerve, or muscle problem, including palsy and cerebral palsy, there is some loss of ability to move or use a part of the body, including legs, arms, and/or trunk.)

    61. One hand 62. One arm, any part 63. One leg, any part 64. Both hands
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    67. One side of the body, including one arm and one leg. 68. Three or more major parts of the body (arms and legs)

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    70. One hand 71. Both hands 72. One arm 73. Both arms
    74. One leg 75. Both legs 76. Lower half of body, including legs
    77. One side of body, including one arm and one leg
    78. Three or more major parts of body (arms and legs)
    80. Heart disease with no restriction or limitation of activity (History of heart problems with complete recovery.)
    81. Heart disease with restriction or limitation of activity
    82. Convulsive disorder (e.g. epilepsy)
    83. Blood disease (e.g. sickle cell anemia, leukemia, hemophilia)
    84. Diabetes
    86. Pulmonary or respiratory disorders (e.g. tuberculosis, emphysema, asthma)
    87. Kidney dysfunction (e.g. if dialysis [Use of an artificial kidney machine is required])
    88. Cancer (a history of cancer with complete recovery)
    82. Cancer (undergoing surgical and/or medical treatment)
    90. Mental retardation (Chronic and lifelong condition involving a limited ability to learn, to be educated, and to be trained for
    useful productive employment as certified by a State Vocational Rehabilitation agency under section 213.3102(t)
    of Schedule A.)
    91. Mental or emotional illness (A history of treatment for mental or emotional problems.)
    92. Severe distortion of limbs and/or spine (e.g. dwarfism, severe distortion of the back)
    93. Disfigurement of face, hands, or feet (e.g. distortion of features on skin, such as those caused by burns, gunshot injuries,
    and birth defects [gross facial birthmarks, club feet, etc.])
    94. Learning disability (A disorder in one or more of the processes involved in understanding, perceiving, or using language
    Or concepts [spoken or written]; e.g. dyslexia.)
    06. I have a disability, but it is not listed above: Describe below:

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