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US Census Bureau’s Demographic Programs Directorate Opportunities

Posted: 5/19/2020 (Employment)

The US Census Bureau’s Demographic Programs Directorate has two new job announcements for Career–conditional (permanent) opportunities, which are found on USAJOBS.gov.  The Demographic Programs Directorate has 5 divisions and over 75 branches.

The vacancy announcements listed below opened on Monday, May 18, 2020 and will close at 11:59 p.m., EST on Monday, June 1, 2020.  

Announcement Number: ADDP-2020-0018

This vacancy announcement may be used to fill multiple GS-1530-07/09 Statistician (Demography) positions in the Demographic Programs Directorate.

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/PrintPreview/568378300

Announcement Number: ADDP-2020-0017

This Direct Hire vacancy announcement may be used to fill multiple GS-1530-11/12 Statistician (Demography) positions in the Demographic Programs Directorate.

            https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/PrintPreview/568385900

Applicants can preview the vacancy questions by clicking on the link at the bottom of the Qualifications and Evaluations section of each announcement.

Applicants applying to these announcements should read the “who may apply” section carefully to determine their eligibility/area of consideration.

 

NOTE: In order for applicants to search merit (status) job announcements, they must select “Federal Employees” on the search page in USAJOBS. The default choice is “U.S. Citizens” and, after clicking the “Search” button, will only display DE (public) announcements. Clicking “Federal Employees” and then the “Search” button will display both merit and DE announcements. 

 The Demographic Directorate:

The Demographic Programs Directorate provides relevant and accurate information on the size, distribution, and characteristics of the nation’s population, income and poverty, and housing. In addition to having a vital role in the Decennial Census, Demo is responsible for a vast array of surveys and data products that fill the nation’s need for current information between censuses. We provide information for policy decisions to promote the economic and social well- being of the United States.

Additionally, the Directorate is responsible for: gathering international demographic data; providing survey and statistical services to other government agencies, such as survey design, data collection, and data processing; maintaining strong partnerships with sponsors and stakeholders; and designing and marketing new products that meet national and international information needs. 

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