Senior Immigration Services Officer (Training Instructor) | USA Remote Jobs Current Openings Nov 2023
Senior Immigration Services Officer (Training Instructor) Jobs Overview
|Department||DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY|
|Post Name||Senior Immigration Services Officer (Training Instructor)|
|Location||Anywhere in the U.S. (Remote Job)|
|Pay Scale & Grade||GS 13|
|Salary||$84,546 – $109,908 per year|
|Job Type||Full Time – Regular|
|Travel Required||50% or less – You may be expected to travel for this position.|
|Relocation expenses reimbursed||No|
|Telework Eligible||Not applicable, this is a remote position.|
|Opening Date||Oct 25, 2023|
|Closing Date||Nov 8, 2023|
The Management Directorate, Office of Human Capital and Training, Training and Career Development Division, Academy Training Center is home to this two- to four-year rotational remote job.
You will have program development and instruction responsibilities as a Senior Immigration Services Officer (Training Instructor), overseeing the educational and training requirements of the administrative and operational divisions of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Responsibilities & Duties
- Teach advanced immigration classes and Basic Immigration.
- Create, produce, and edit the course material.
- Maintain and ensure that the material for a given course is up to date, technically sound, accurate, and compliant with agency objectives and operating guidelines.
- To refresh assigned course modules and preserve subject matter expertise, conduct an independent study on immigration policy or procedural changes mandated by recent legislation and/or precedent decisions.
- To guarantee that training is understood, adapt and create lectures, exercises, and job aids utilizing adult learning approaches in accordance with the student’s skills and shown advancement.
- Oversee or plan the activities in the classroom by giving teachers and students program and technical advice on matters including attendance, grades, scheduling, special accommodations, and ceremonies.
Requirements For The Job
- To apply for this job, you must be a citizen or national of the United States.
- pass a background investigation with financial disclosure intact.
- You have to clear a drug test.
- Resumes and accompanying materials must be submitted.
- All men born after December 31, 1959, are required to register with the Selective Service.
- Before being onboarded, political appointees might need to obtain OPM approval.
- The negotiating unit DOES NOT include this position.
- For the purpose of reporting to work when the facility could otherwise be closed, this position IS NOT deemed “essential”.
All applicants who are not currently employed by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services must meet the residence requirement. According to this residency requirement, candidates must have, within the three years immediately before applying for the position, either (1) lived in the United States; (2) worked as an overseas employee in a Federal or Military capacity for the United States Government; or (3) been the dependent of a U.S. Federal or Military employee who was serving overseas.
Probationary Period: You may be required to serve a probationary period of 1 year.
The requirements for this role must be fulfilled by November 8, 2023, at 11:59 PM (Eastern Time).
52 weeks of service at the lower grade or an equivalent grade band in the federal service are required of all current federal workers. The deadline for meeting the Time-in-Grade criterion is November 8, 2023, at 11:59 PM (Eastern Time).
**Only FOD and SCOPS staff are eligible for this 2-4-year rotation; further information regarding the rotation terms is located at the bottom of this Qualifications section.**
GS-13: You meet the requirements for the GS-13 level if you have one (1) year of specialized experience that is at least the federal government’s GS-12 level and has given you the knowledge and abilities to carry out the responsibilities of the role. You need to have prior experience carrying out the following tasks:
delivering subject matter knowledge to diverse audiences on a broad range of immigration laws, rules, policies, and processes, especially in relation to immigration benefit adjudications
conducting research, creating, and organizing training courses or modules
holding seminars, workshops, and courses on a wide range of topics, such as immigration and nationality legislation, regulations, and practices.
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