The Seattle Office (and other locations) for the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is collecting resumes for a General Attorney position as indicated below. OCR Seattle and other regional offices are also accepting both General Attorney and Equal Opportunity Specialist applications via USAJOBS links provided below.
Please spread the word if you know anyone who may be interested.
US Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights (OCR), Seattle office – OCR Seattle is collecting resumes for General Attorney positions at the GS-0905-11 and GS-0905-12 grade levels. If you know of interested and qualified persons, please have them submit resumes by e-mail to OCRJobs@ed.gov or by mail to Nichelle Boone, Room 4C144, U.S, Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, 400 Maryland Ave, SW, Washington, DC 20202.
OCR maintains a resume bank from which candidates may be selected for consideration to fill vacancies for positions in OCR as they arise. OCR accepts resumes from individuals who are eligible for consideration for noncompetitive hiring via: Schedule A Persons with Disabilities appointments (5 CFR 213.3102(u)); Veterans’ Recruitment Appointments; Excepted Hiring Authority for Attorneys; and former Peace Corps and Americorps appointees (22 USC 2506).
If you are interested in working at OCR and are eligible for consideration under any of these hiring authorities, please send your resume to OCRJobs@ed.gov. In your email, please indicate the type of position as well as the regional office or offices for which you would like to be considered (Enforcement Offices in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Kansas City, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, and/or Washington DC; the Program Legal Group in Washington DC, or the Resource Management Group in Washington DC). Office information can be found https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/addresses.html
After submitting your resume, you will receive an email confirming that your resume has been received. OCR will keep your resume on file for possible consideration for 365 days following the date of submission. Please note, however, that the OCRJobs@ed.gov account is not staffed to respond to questions. Should you be selected for consideration, you will be contacted by OCR to confirm your continued interest. Candidates are also encouraged to check www.usajobs.gov for OCR positions as well.
Below are thelinks for OCR USAJOBS vacancy announcements for theGeneral Attorney, GS-0905-11/12 FPL 13 and the Equal Opportunity Specialist, GS-0360-11/12, FPL-12 in various locations.
Department/Organization: Department of Education/Office for Civil RightsLocations: Cleveland, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Kansas City, San Fran, Seattle, Atlanta, Boston, Metro, New York, Philadelphia
Series & Grade: GS-0360-11/12
Who May Apply: Open to US citizens. If you are a current or former federal employee or are eligible under a special hiring authority (VEOA, Schedule A, etc.), you may be eligible to apply under the concurrently advertised merit promotion vacancy announcement: OCR-HQ-2023-0030.
Department: Office for Civil Rights/Department of EducationLocations: Cleveland, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Kansas City, San Fran, Seattle, Atlanta, Boston, Metro, New York, Philadelphia
Series & Grade: GS-0360-11/12
Who May Apply:Current federal civilian employees in the competitive service on permanent career or career-conditional appointments; Former federal employees with reinstatement eligibility; Current federal employees eligible under Interchange Agreements; and Applicants eligible under special hiring authorities (Schedule A, etc.). If you do not meet one of these categories, you may apply under the concurrently advertised vacancy announcement: OCR-HQ-2023-0029, which is open to all United States Citizens.