Campus Crime Compliance Specialist (Merit Promotion)


Federal Student Aid, Department of Education

San Francisco, CA - Sep 17, 2022 via USAJobs

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This position is locatedin the Office of Partner Participation and Oversight, Partner Eligibility and Oversight Services Directorate, Clery Group.The Clery Group is responsible for Campus Safety and Security Reporting by Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs) participating in the Title IV programs.

Minimum Qualification Requirementshttps://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/classification-qualifications/general-schedule-qualification-standards/1100/general-business-and-industry-series-1101a/Specialized Experience for the GS-11nOne year of experience equivalent to the GS-9 performing at least two (2) of the following three (3) duties or work assignments: The applicant must be able to establish that they have experience in the operation of the Clery Act, the HEA fire safety provisions and the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act, including application of the Uniform Crime Reporting methodologies.nThe applicant must be able to show experience in ascertaining relevant case facts, applying legal standards to those case facts and reaching appropriate and supportable conclusions.nThe applicant must be able to show experience in communicating, both orally and in writing, including the preparation and defense of a range of written work products.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) The quality of your experience will be measured by the extent to which you possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs).

You do not need to provide separate narrative responses to these KSAs, as they will be measured by your responses to the occupational questionnaire (you may preview the occupational questionnaire by clicking the link at the end of the Evaluations section of this vacancy announcement).

Basic knowledge of the Clery Act, the HEA fire safety provisions, the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act, and the Department's implementing regulations as well as the procedures and techniques used to evaluate compliance with these requirements.

Basic knowledge of public safety, crime prevention, fire safety, substance abuse prevention, and emergency management practices sufficient to observe, detect and document actual and potential vulnerabilities.nAbility to apply analytical and evaluative methodology to extract relevant information and assess compliance with Federal law and regulations and to apply acquired knowledge to a variety of fact patterns.nAbility to conduct briefings, interviews and status conferences with agency leaders, law enforcement officials, crime victims, parents and other stakeholders and to answer questions and explain and defend agency positions.nDemonstrated skills in all forms of written communication to include compliance assessments, briefing materials, program review reports, final determinations and other documents.

Specialized Experience for the GS-12nOne year of experience equivalent to the GS-11 performing at least two (2) of the following three (3) duties or work assignments:1.

The applicant must be able to establish that they have significant experience in and knowledge about the operation of the Clery Act, the HEA fire safety provisions and the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act, both in terms of technical requirements and in practical application.2.

The applicant must be able to show significant experience in ascertaining relevant case facts, applying legal standards to those case facts and reaching appropriate and supportable conclusions.3.

The applicant must be able to show significant experience in communicating, both orally and in writing, including the preparation and defense of a range of written work products.nKnowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) The quality of your experience will be measured by the extent to which you possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs).

You do not need to provide separate narrative responses to these KSAs, as they will be measured by your responses to the occupational questionnaire (you may preview the occupational questionnaire by clicking the link at the end of the Evaluations section of this vacancy announcement).n1.

Strong knowledge of the Clery Act, the HEA fire safety provisions, the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act, and the Department's implementing regulations as well as the procedures and techniques used to evaluate compliance with these requirements.

2.

Strong knowledge of public safety, crime prevention, fire safety, substance abuse prevention, and emergency management practices sufficient to observe, detect and document actual and potential vulnerabilities.3.

Demonstrated ability to apply analytical and evaluative methodology to extract relevant information and assess compliance with Federal law and regulations and to apply acquired knowledge to a variety of fact patterns.4.

Demonstrated ability to conduct briefings, interviews and status conferences with agency leaders, law enforcement officials, crime victims, parents and other stakeholders and to answer questions and explain and defend agency positions.5.

Demonstrated excellence in all forms of written communication, including the ability to review, edit and enhance the work product of others.



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