•Locality – Salary listed DOES NOT include locality. Final pay includes locality and any step increase as a result of superior qualifications (see next bullet). For example, a GS-13 Step 2 with Washington DC/Arlington VA/Baltimore MD locality currently makes $110,384, a GS-13 Step 5 with San Jose/San Francisco/Oakland locality currently makes $131,384, and a GS-13 Step 2 with New York City/Newark NJ locality currently makes $113,346.
•Superior Qualifications - Federal agencies may set the rate of basic pay of a newly appointed employee at a rate above the minimum rate because of the superior qualifications of the candidate. The candidate must request this and be able and willing to provide necessary information or supporting documentation (such as a pay stub).
2 openings available.
Internal Number: DE-11637719-22-SM
Gathers and analyzes an array of economic information for employment discrimination cases and the general enforcement of the statutes enforced by EEOC.
Reviews and evaluates studies performed by external experts in the field of labor economics and assesses their relevance or appropriateness to the analysis of employment discrimination studies.
Provides guidance, including advice and support, to field and legal staff concerning the appropriate economic and statistical techniques to be used in conducting analyses in employment discrimination cases and in research efforts.
Applies econometrics, other statistical/quantitative techniques and systems, and research design principles to develop statistical evidence of discrimination for Commission investigation cases.
Selected Candidate(s) will have the option of working in one of the EEOC’s 53 field offices nationwide or at headquarters in Washington, DC. Relocation is not authorized.
The current Telework Policy requires that employees go into the office 2 days per week. This is not a Remote or 100% Telework position.
Must be a U.S. Citizen or National
Males born after 12-31-59 must be registered for Selective Service
Suitable for Federal employment, determined by a background investigation
May be required to successfully complete a probationary period