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Announcement Number 12-CFPB-408X Promotion Potential CN-40
Position Title Outreach & Engagement Associate (International) Hiring Agency Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Open Period 04/24/2012 - 04/30/2012 Duty Locations 1 Vacancies in Washington, DC, US
Series/Grade CN - 0301 40 For More Info Applicant Call Center
304-480-7300
CFPBINQUIRIES@BPD.TREAS.GOV
Salary $53500.00 - $102900.00

Who May Apply

Applications will be accepted from U.S. citizens. 


Job Status
Full-time Excepted Service Time-Limited Appointment


Duration Appointment not-to-exceed 24 months; May be extended or may be made permanent.


Marketing Statement

Do you want to be a leader in your field at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) – a groundbreaking organization solely devoted to the economic strength and vitality of American Families?  Do you want to challenge yourself and others?  If you answer "Yes", then we have a career for you!  CFPB professionals have unparalleled opportunities to expand horizons for themselves and for the nation.  Be one of the founding members of an agency that will make a difference in the lives of everyday American families!


Summary

As a member of the Intergovernmental Affairs team, which is located within the CFPB’s External Affairs Division, you will assist in establishing and executing an outreach and engagement plan for international government stakeholders, including elected officials, their staff, and convening bodies.



  • This position is being filled under CFPB's excepted service authority.

  • Appointments under this authority will be made in the excepted service and do not convey competitive status.

  • This appointment may be extended to July 20, 2015.

  • This appointment may be eligible for conversion to a permanent position; If made permanent, this position would remain in the excepted service.

  • Employee may be subject to a two-year trial period.


Key Requirements

  • Background investigation
  • U.S. Citizenship




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