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Full details on NASA IT Specialist job
Information Technology Specialist
US National Aeronautics & Space Administration
Office of the Chief Information Officer, Enterprise Service & Integration Division
Job Announcement Number:
$123,758.00 – $155,500.00 /year
Thursday, September 02, 2010 to Thursday, September 23, 2010
SERIES & GRADE:
Full-Time Permanent appointment
3 vacancy(s) in one of the following locations: Washington DC Metro Area
WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED:
This announcement is open to all qualified U.S citizens. This announcement combines a merit promotion and a competitive
announcement in one advertisement. Applications will be accepted from
status and non-status candidates. Status candidates, including NASA term
employees eligible for conversion under the NASA Flexibility Act of
2004, will be considered under merit promotion procedures. Non-status
candidates will be considered under competitive procedures.
NASA, the world’s leader in space and aeronautics is always
seeking outstanding scientists, engineers, and other talented
professionals to carry forward the great discovery process that its
mission demands. Creativity. Ambition. Teamwork. A sense of daring. And a
probing mind. That’s what it takes to join NASA, one of the best places
to work in the Federal Government.
This position is located in the Office of the Chief
Information Officer (CIO), which provides leadership, planning, policy
direction, and oversight for the management of NASA information and all
NASA information technology (IT). The CIO is the principal advisor to
the Administrator and other senior officials on matters pertaining to
Multiple positions may be filled under this announcement.
uses the USAJobs resume as the basic application document. NASA limits
resumes to the equivalent of about six typed pages, or approximately
22,000 characters (including spaces). You cannot complete the
application process if your USAJobs resume is too long. More information
about the NASA application process is also available under the “How to
Apply” section of this announcement.
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