The IRS is hiring! Please apply or share with family and friends. Multiple listings below. Good Luck!
The Supervisory Computer Assistant (Systems Operations Administration), IR-0335-06, announcement posted to USAJOBS with an opening date of 6/23/23. The Announcement closes 7/10/23.
Taxpayer Experience Office hiring for GS-14 positions
The Taxpayer Experience Office invites you to apply for positions that are currently open on USAJOBS.
As one of the newest offices at the IRS, the Taxpayer Experience Office offers you the opportunity to help develop processes and procedures that will be used for years to come. You’ll learn customer experience standards, along with a practical customer experience and human-centered design framework that you’ll apply to IRS projects that impact taxpayers.
GS-14 customer experience strategist positions are currently available. GS-13 public affairs specialist positions will be posted soon.
Each announced position is open for 10 business days once posted.
Please consider applying for these positions and spread the word to your fellow employees who are interested in improving the experience for all taxpayers.
Visit the Taxpayer Experience Office’s Work with Us page to learn mor
This IRS position in the Research Applied Analytics & Statistics Division (RAAS) may be of interest to your colleagues/students. This position is open through October 10th.
The following are the duties of this Economist position at the full working level. If this vacancy includes more than one grade and you are selected at a lower grade level, you will have the opportunity to learn to perform these duties and receive training to help you grow in this position.
Performs a wide variety of economic studies to evaluate policies affecting tax administration and taxpayer compliance and to define feasible alternatives. This involves analyzing long-range effectiveness associated with the issues and resulting recommendations.
Provides senior management with analyses of problems and authoritative economic advice on important decisions, which must be made under condition of uncertainty, such as changes in the future economic and demographic environment or technology, or changes in managerial priorities.
Using computers and appropriate software, constructs and manipulates models of alternative proposals to determine the efficacy of proposed policies and procedures.
Prepares written narrative and/or briefing materials explaining the methodology used and supporting recommendations derived from the analyses. Written material concerning proposals and recommendations may be presented to high-level management and used by the highest levels of IRS management in discussions with Department of the Treasury, Office of Management and Budget (OMB), General Accounting Office (GAO), and Congress.
Develops and evaluates quantitative data to determine the relative effectiveness of various approaches to redesigning IRS work processes. If warranted, recommends different courses of action.
Represent the office at meetings with other Executive Branch agencies, Congressional staff, and external stakeholders, and presents the Service's position on the matter(s) under discussion. Researches agreement with others within the scope of the incumbent's authority.
Plans and carries out projects for collecting detailed economic data from primary sources.
The Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Office of the Assistant Attorney General is accepting applications for its open Special Litigation Counsel position. The Special Litigation Counsel will be responsible for designing and executing an elitigation modernization roadmap, developing and implementing best practices, tracking emerging legal and technical issues in elitigation, providing legal advice and counsel, and representing division interests in elitigation.
Position Title: Special Litigation Counsel
Open To: (1) The Public, (2) Federal Employees, (3) Veterans, (4) Individuals with Disabilities – see separate DOJ job announcement website link below
Series/Grade/Salary: GS 15 ($155,700 - $183,500 per year)
Date of Closing: 07/11/2023
Duty Station(s): Washington, DC - Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
Announcement number - 23-DAT-AAG-013 (ATT), Control number 732584300 - USAJOBS Link - https://www.usajobs.gov/job/732584300
Designing and executing a strategic roadmap that continuously improves the Division's electronic discovery and elitigation (collectively, elitigation) effectiveness.
As the Special Litigation Counsel for elitigation, you will reshape the way the Division handles and presents electronic evidence across the Division's diverse practice groups, exercising full responsibility for developing and leading a robust elitigation practice.
Researching and providing counsel to Division leadership on how legal and technical developments in elitigation may hinder, or could enhance, our ability to enforce federal civil rights laws, including in complex, highly-visible investigations and litigation.
Serving as an authoritative source of legal advice and guidance on elitigation issues for individual investigation and litigation teams.
Representing and advocating for the Division on Department and interagency working groups and committees focused on developing and implementing strategies to help the government conduct its enforcement work in effective and efficient ways by harnessing and adapting to the emerging and evolving legal and technology landscapes.
Please note that FEDWG does not have any role in the selection or staffing of advertised positions noticed to its membership. Please reach out to the Agency Contact listed in the job announcement for further information and/or questions.
Please also remember to include all requested required documentation as part of your application.