JOB: Deputy District Director with the Small Business Administration, Milwaukee, WI

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    Alicia Mazzara

    Job Title: Deputy District Director, GS-340-14
    Agency: Small Business Administration
    Job Announcement Number: 11D-275-DB

    SALARY RANGE: $100,027.00 – $130,033.00 /year
    OPEN PERIOD: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 to Monday, August 22, 2011
    SERIES & GRADE: GS-0340-14
    POSITION INFORMATION: Full Time Career/Career Conditional
    DUTY LOCATIONS: 1 vacancy – Milwaukee Metro area, WI
    WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED: US Citizens and Status Candidates


    Become a part of an Agency that touches the lives of every American! We are the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and for over 50 years, we have successfully served the Nation’s small business owners. Consider a career with SBA to help President Obama manage the credit and contracts for America’s small business during this new era of economic responsibility. We recognize that small business is critical to our economic recovery and strength, to building America’s future, and to helping the United States compete in today’s global marketplace. We represent a highly skilled and motivated workforce and welcome those interested in furthering our mission.

    This position is located at the Small Business Administration, Wisconsin District Office, Executive Direction, which is located in Milwaukee, WI. This position is perfect for an experienced enthusiastic leader with equally strong financial and spokesperson skills. This is an excellent opportunity for a proven leader to work as a team builder and connector in Wisconsin District Office’s small business community to further strengthen the already strong role of the Small Business Administration. Candidates should have the ability and desire to travel the state extensively, representing the Agency in the press and at events. We are looking for a leader who has the experience and ability to manage an experienced team of professionals. The SBA offers generous federal government health benefits, flexible work schedules and leave, and promotes work-life balance.

    This announcement serves as a Merit Promotion and All Sources announcement. You will be asked to determine your eligibility for each during the questionnaire process when you apply online.


    * All SBA employees are subject to a credit check.
    * You must successfully complete a background investigation
    * You must be a U.S. Citizen to apply for this position.


    You will assist in and share with the District Director the responsibility for managing and directing the daily operations of the District Office with special emphasis on program effectiveness and maximum District goal attainment. These programs include lender relations, business development, entrepreneurial development, community development, management assistance, 8 (a) business development, international trade, supporting legal and administrative services, and the advocacy program. You will represent the District Director and speak for him/her and commit the district to courses of action in meetings and negotiations with Federal agencies, state, and local officials, leaders of civic and financial groups and banking community, trade associations and various business, civic and private organizations which includes working with the press, local radio and television stations. You will participate with the District Director in publicizing SBA programs of assistance to small business concern throughout the district and/or state. Assist the District Director in administering the operations of SCORE (Counselors to America’s Small Business), Small Business Development Centers, and the Women’s Business Centers in the District. You will assist the District Director in district internal administrative functions of the District Office, which include personnel, budget, work measurement, and manpower utilization. You will work with the community leaders and state and local government officials on the Agency’s special initiatives by advising them of procedures necessary to receive assistance. This requires an in depth knowledge of the Agency programs. As a supervisor your responsibilities will include: make decisions on work problems presented by subordinate supervisors; advise the District Director on problems which impact on operating programs; evaluate subordinate supervisors and review evaluations made by supervisors on other employees; make recommendations for non-supervisory and supervisory positions; hears group grievances and reviews serious disciplinary cases and disciplinary problems involving key employees when they may occur.

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