IT Specialist (APPSW), GS-2210-14, Census-D-ABW

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Department Of Commerce
About the Agency
Applications under this vacancy announcement will be considered under external competitive procedures only. This vacancy is also being advertised under merit promotion procedures as (ASD-2014-0017). (Click here if you cannot find this vacancy in USAJOBS) Each announcement requires a separate application using the Census Bureau''s on-line application system by logging into / and clicking on "Search Jobs." Merit promotion procedures apply to current or previous Federal employees in the competitive service who are eligible for transfer, promotion, reassignment, or reinstatement. Merit promotion procedures MAY also apply to applicants seeking consideration through a special appointing authority such as Veterans Recruitment Act (VRA), Veterans Employment Opportunities Act (VEOA), Schedule A, etc. Please read the vacancy announcement to determine who may apply.
This position is in the competitive service.
This vacancy is for a IT Specialist (APPSW) position in the Application Services Division located at the U.S. Census Bureau Headquarters in Suitland, Maryland.
A one year probationary period may be required.
Relocation expenses may be paid.
This is a _non-bargaining_unit position.
This position may be filled through means other than the competitive promotion process.
Job Title: IT Specialist (APPSW), GS-2210-14, Census-D-ABW
Department: Department Of Commerce
Agency: Bureau of the Census
Job Announcement Number: ASD-2014-0023
SALARY RANGE: $105,211.00 to $136,771.00 / Per Year
OPEN PERIOD: Wednesday, April 09, 2014 to Friday, April 18, 2014
SERIES & GRADE: GS-2210-14
POSITION INFORMATION: Competitive Service: Career or Career Conditional - Full Time
DUTY LOCATIONS: 1 vacancy in the following location(s):
WHO MAY APPLY: All qualified United States citizens.

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