Management and Program Analyst, Program Specialist,
Support Services Specialist. Administration and Management.
NSF policies, practices, and programs are constantly being
refined to meet new challenges. Work involves developing, analyzing,
evaluating, advising on and improving the effectiveness of
work methods, procedures and programs.
Budget Analyst. Fiscal responsibility and
accountability are extremely important in NSF programs. Working
for NSF, you may have the opportunity to develop and improve
accounting systems, develop budgets, collect and disburse funds,
examine and audit expenditures.
Grant and Agreement Specialist, Contract Specialist. NSF
conducts much of its business through the award of grants,
contracts and interagency agreements. You may help to manage
this activity, or work in negotiating contracts and agreements
for a wide variety of goods and services.
Computer Specialist, LAN Manager. As one
of the leading agencies in technology advancement, NSF accomplishes
much of its work processes by using computers. You may perform
a variety of analysis, design, programming, troubleshooting,
maintenance and report generating tasks.
Personnel Staffing and Classification Specialist,
Employee Relations Specialist, Employee Development Specialist. Employees
in this field provide NSF's scientific, administrative, clerical
and technical staff with a wide variety of services relating
to recruitment, placement, position classification, position
management, employee development and employee relations.
Public Affairs Specialist, Writer-Editor, Legislative
Specialist. NSF has an ongoing responsibility to
communicate its mission and accomplishments to the public.
The format of this communication can be written or visual
-- portable exhibits, brochures, films, videos or other publications.
Science Education Assistant, Science Assistant, Assistant
Program Manager, Science Policy Analyst. As the
premier Federal agency responsible for the well-being of
the basic sciences, NSF each year distributes nearly three
billion dollars in grants to fund research and education
in science and engineering. You may provide scientific assistance
to the Program Officers in all phases of the proposal review
process. A bachelor's degree, or higher, in a scientific,
mathematics or engineering field is required.