VETERANS’ EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING SERVICE (VETS)
The Department of Labor (DOL) fosters and promotes the welfare of job seekers, wage earners and retirees of the United States. The Assistant Secretary for Veterans’ Employment and Training (OASVET) serves as the principal advisor to the Secretary of Labor on veterans’ employment and training functions and issues, and formulates and implements all Departmental policies and programs designed to provide such veterans’ employment and training services; protect and advance reemployment rights of veterans and members of the Armed Forces; ensure proper veterans employment emphasis under Federal contracts; assist veterans in obtaining their right to preference in employment from Federal agencies; operate an effective transition assistance program for active duty service members; and ensure that veterans receive their legislatively mandated rights and benefits in all other Departmental employment, unemployment, and training programs.
OFFICE OF AGENCY MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET (OAMB)
The Office of Agency Management and Budget provides leadership and direction in the coordination and execution of program functions for VETS. Listed below are the major areas of responsibilities for this office:
- managing the Agency’s budget formulation processes
- execution of the Agency’s operating budget
- internal accountability review functions
- procurement of contractor support
- human resource support
- program performance and accountability
- management functions for the Agency such as input into the full range of annual and multi-year planning, analytical, fiscal and accountability functions for the Agency and staff activities.
Intern Position - Unpaid
Position Title: Intern
Projected Number: 1
Location: Washington, DC
Hours: 10-20 hours/week for 4-6 weeks
Contact: Phone: (202) 693-4725
The Office of Agency Management and Budget needs assistance in the development of a learning center for VETS staff using SharePoint. The learning center will provide mission-critical, competency-based training combined with continuing professional and career development. The learning center will be used by approximately 300 VETS employees – both supervisors and non-supervisors of varying levels of knowledge and expertise. One component of the learning center will be a new employee orientation module.
Interested candidates should e-mail a cover letter and resume to the agency contact above. Candidates will be contacted to arrange interviews.