Fields: outreach, government, journalism, statistics, social science
Location: Remote in Alameda County or Santa Clara County, California
About the Organization: The U.S. Census Bureau serves as the leading source of quality data about the nation’s people and economy. We honor privacy, protect confidentiality, share our expertise globally, and conduct our work openly. We are guided on this mission by scientific objectivity, strong capable workforce, devotion to research-based innovation, and abiding commitment.
About the Position: This is a Work at Home (WAH) position. The Duty Station will be the selectee’s home address. You must reside in Alameda County or Santa Clara County, CA to be considered for this position. This position is responsible for planning, developing, and coordinating the partnership agreements with federal, tribal, state and local governments, and/or local businesses and community groups to develop specific strategies to eliminate enumeration barriers in specific regions in support of the Decennial Census.
• Plan, develop, and coordinate the partnership agreements to ensure activities at all levels are carried out, resolve problems encountered, and determine the need for renegotiation.
• Address questions, concerns and issues related to current and potential partners and stakeholders.
• Establish partnership agreements with federal, tribal, state and local governments, and/or local businesses and community groups to develop specific strategies to eliminate enumeration barriers in specific regions in support of the Decennial Census.
• Develop presentations, give briefings, conduct meetings and promote partnerships with various governments, local businesses and community groups.
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in any area with Superior Academic Achievement OR one full year of graduate education directly related to the position that provided the applicant with the knowledge of speech communication; broadcast journalism; print journalism; creative writing; public administration; advertising; composition; mass communication or mass media; public relations techniques; or radio, television, and film production.
EXPERIENCE: You must have one year of work experience explaining nontechnical information or providing on-the-job training on regulations, policies, or procedures to others or at briefings, meetings, conferences, or hearings OR work experience in providing instructions or coaching others in athletic, leisure, or community activities, helping customers, clients, or members of the public who were hostile or upset, handling customer complaints or providing instructions to customers or the public either in writing or by telephone.
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Estimated Salary: $49,937 to $115,157 per year + government benefits
Deadline: August 13, 2018