Occasional travel - Travel may be required for training or other work-related duties
Relocation expenses reimbursed No
Specialized experience is defined as (1) performing facility planning, project development and design oversight of engineering and/or architectural projects (2) performing building design standards such as; life safety, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) (3) performing sustainment; restoration; maintenance projects or construction of major capital improvements.
To receive consideration, your resume MUST contain your complete degree information (i.e., type of
degree-received, year degree received, and major area of study). If you have received a degree in Computer
Science, you MUST list all courses you have taken which meet the education requirements as stated in the
qualification requirements section as well as the semester hours awarded. You MUST include the descriptive
title, course code, and number of semester/quarter hours. (i.e., CMSC-435-Software Engineering, 3 Semester
hours) If this information is not provided, you will lose consideration for this position. Please note that
degrees in engineering technology are not considered to be qualifying for this position. If you are selected
for this position, you will have to provide an official copy of your transcripts prior to entering on duty.
A. Degree: Engineering. To be acceptable, the program must: (1) lead to a bachelor's degree in a school of
engineering with at least one program accredited by ABET; or (2) include differential and integral calculus
and courses (more advanced than first-year physics and chemistry) in five of the following seven areas of
engineering science or physics: (a) statics, dynamics; (b) strength of materials (stress-strain relationships);
(c) fluid mechanics, hydraulics; (d) thermodynamics; (e) electrical fields and circuits; (f) nature and
properties of materials (relating particle and aggregate structure to properties); and (g) any other comparable
area of fundamental engineering science or physics, such as optics, heat transfer, soil mechanics, or
B. Combination of education and experience -- college-level education, training, and/or technical experience
that furnished (1) a thorough knowledge of the physical and mathematical sciences underlying engineering,
and (2) a good understanding, both theoretical and practical, of the engineering sciences and techniques and
their applications to one of the branches of engineering. The adequacy of such background must be
demonstrated by one of the following:
1. Professional registration or licensure -- Current registration as an Engineer Intern (EI), Engineer in
Training (EIT)1, or licensure as a Professional Engineer (PE) by any State, the District of Columbia, Guam,
or Puerto Rico. Absent other means of qualifying under this standard, those applicants who achieved such
registration by means other than written test (e.g., State grandfather or eminence provisions) are eligible only
for positions that are within or closely related to the specialty field of their registration. For example, an
applicant who attains registration through a State Board's eminence provision as a manufacturing engineer
typically would be rated eligible only for manufacturing engineering positions.
2. Written Test -- Evidence of having successfully passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE)2
examination or any other written test required for professional registration by an engineering licensure
board in the various States, the District of Columbia, Guam, and Puerto Rico.
3. Specified academic courses -- Successful completion of at least 60 semester hours of courses in the
physical, mathematical, and engineering sciences and that included the courses specified in the basic
requirements under paragraph A. The courses must be fully acceptable toward meeting the requirements of
an engineering program as described in paragraph A.
4. Related curriculum -- Successful completion of a curriculum leading to a bachelor's degree in an appropriate scientific field, e.g., engineering technology, physics, chemistry, architecture, computer science, mathematics, hydrology, or geology, may be accepted in lieu of a bachelor's degree in engineering, provided the applicant has had at least 1 year of professional engineering experience acquired under professional engineering supervision and guidance. Ordinarily there should be either an established plan of intensive training to develop professional engineering competence, or several years of prior professional engineering type experience, e.g., in interdisciplinary positions. (The above examples of related curricula are not all- inclusive.)
Current Federal employees must meet time in grade and three months after competitive appointment restrictions by the closing date of the announcement.
Please list your General Schedule (GS) equivalency on your resume for every federal position you have held.
Any applicant tentatively selected for this position may be required to undergo a pre-employment background investigation. Individuals who have special priority selection rights under the Agency Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP) or the Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP) must be well qualified for the position to receive consideration for special priority selection. See 'How You Will Be Evaluated' for definition of well qualified. Federal employees seeking CTAP/ICTAP consideration must indicate their eligibility when applying for a position. The USAJOBS resume asks you to identify your ICTAP eligibility; the NASA Supplemental Information asks you to identify your CTAP eligibility. If you are selected for the position, you must be prepared to submit proof that you meet the requirements for CTAP/ICTAP. This includes a copy of the agency notice, a copy of their most recent Performance Rating and a copy of their most recent SF-50 noting current position, grade level, and duty location.
As a condition of employment, male applicants born after December 31, 1959, must certify that they have registered with the Selective Service System, or are exempt from having to do so under the Selective Service Law. In order to receive preference in hiring, you must clearly identify your claim for veterans preference on your resume.
NASA's Applicant Guide provides the information needed to assist you in determining whether or not you can claim 5 or 10 point veterans preference. You should not submit documents to prove your eligibility for veterans preference at this time. However, you must be prepared to submit proof of veterans preference (DD-214, and, if claiming 10-point preference, SF-15 plus proof required by that form) as requested by the Human Resources Office. Veterans preference will only be considered based on what is supported For instance, if you claim 10-point preference, but are only able to document 5-point preference, you will be considered accordingly. If you fail to provide the required documents within the stated time period, we may withdraw a job offer and/or remove you from further consideration.
Your USAJOBS account asks you to assign a name to each of your resumes. When you apply to a NASA position, we will show you the text of the resume you have submitted, but we do not maintain the name you have assigned to that resume. If you wish to keep track of that information, we recommend you make note of it at the time you apply.
Fair Employment Opportunities for Applicants
NASA Credit for National Service
The payment of relocation expenses is not authorized.
You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.
NASA uses an automated system (Resumix) that matches the competencies extracted from your resume to the competencies identified by the selecting official for the position. Based on the competencies you match, you are placed in one of three categories identified as 90, 80, or 70 pt. quality categories, which are defined as:
90 pt. Category - Tentatively meets (until subsequent confirmation upon referral) the basic qualification requirements identified in the vacancy announcement and has experience in the same or similar job that has demonstrated superior proficiency in the primary requirements of the position.
80 pt. Category - Tentatively meets (until subsequent confirmation upon referral) the basic qualification requirements identified in the vacancy announcement and demonstrates satisfactory proficiency in the primary requirements of the position.
70 pt. Category - Fails to meet criteria described in the 80 pt. category.
Additional application guidance is available in NASA's Applicant Guide.
Information for Veterans: The Category Rating Process protects the rights of veterans by placing them ahead of non-preference eligibles within each category. Preference eligibles who meet qualification requirements and have a compensable service-connected disability of at least 10 percent must be listed at the top of the highest quality category, except when the position being filled is scientific or professional at the GS-09 grade level or higher.
For the purpose of the Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP) and the Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP), candidates rated in the top quality category are considered well-qualified.