Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Healthcare Inspections
OIG is organized into three line elements: the Offices of Investigations, Audits and Evaluations, and Healthcare Inspections; along with the Office of Contract Review and the Office of Management and Administration. In addition to the Washington, DC, headquarters, OIG has offices located in more than 30 cities throughout the country.
Noncompetitive Consideration: Current career Senior Executives, Qualifications Review Board (QRB) certified graduates of Senior Executive Service (SES) candidate development programs, and individuals with SES reinstatement eligibility will be considered for noncompetitive appointment.
Physicians Comparability Allowance (PCA) is authorized with this announcement and offers up to $30,000 per year based on experience.
- Occasional Travel
- Occasional travel may be required.
- Allowable relocation expenses, excluding Guaranteed Home Sale, will be made to any eligible applicant selected from outside the commuting area.
Mandatory Qualifications Requirements: To meet minimum qualifications, applicants must possess the following technical and executive core competencies. These competencies would typically be gained through education, experience, and training that reflects progressive development and achievement in managing highly complex operations and management for a large department in the Federal government. An individual's total experience and education must demonstrate the ability to perform the duties of the position.
A. Technical Qualifications - All applicants must include a narrative statement showing how their knowledge and experience relate to the following technical qualifications. The narrative statement should not exceed two pages for each Technical Qualification.
TQ 1: Ability to direct and manage a comprehensive nationwide inspection or evaluation program.
TQ 2: Experience in the management or delivery of health care.
B. The following Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) are mandatory UNLESS you are a current member of the Career SES, a former Career SES member with reinstatement eligibility or an OPM/QRB certified candidate.
ECQ 1: LEADING CHANGE: Please describe your ability to bring about strategic change, both within and outside the organization, to meet organizational goals, and your ability to implement it in a continuously changing environment.
ECQ 2: LEADING PEOPLE: Please describe your ability to lead people toward meeting the organization's vision, mission, and goals, and your ability to provide an inclusive workplace that fosters the development of others, facilitates cooperation and teamwork, and supports constructive resolutions of conflicts.
ECQ 3: RESULTS DRIVEN: Please describe your ability to meet organizational goals and customer expectations, and your ability to make decisions that produce high-quality results by applying technical knowledge, analyzing problems, and calculating risks.
ECQ 4: BUSINESS ACUMEN: Please describe your ability to manage human, financial, and information resources strategically.
ECQ 5: BUILDING COALITIONS: Please describe your ability to build coalitions internally and with other Federal agencies, State and local governments, nonprofit and private sector organizations, foreign governments, or international organizations to achieve common goals.
Degree: Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy from a school in the United States or Canada approved by a recognized accrediting body in the year of the applicant's graduation. A Doctor of Medicine or equivalent degree from a foreign medical school that provided education and medical knowledge substantially equivalent to accredited schools in the United States may be demonstrated by permanent certification by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) (or a fifth pathway certificate for Americans who completed premedical education in the United States and graduate education in a foreign country).
Graduate Training: Subsequent to obtaining a Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy degree, a candidate must have had at least 1 year of supervised experience providing direct service in a clinical setting, i.e., a 1-year internship or the first year of a residency program in an institution accredited for such training. For purposes of this standard, graduate training programs include only those internship, residency, and fellowship programs that are approved by accrediting bodies recognized within the United States or Canada. Listings of accredited programs are published yearly in the Directory of Residency Training Programs and the Yearbook and Directory of Osteopathic Physicians.
Licensure: Candidates must have a permanent, full, and unrestricted license to practice medicine in a State, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or a territory of the United States.
Residency: Candidates must have a minimum of 5 years of residency training in any recognized medical specialty.
The education generally must be from an accredited (or pre-accredited) college or university recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.