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Student Trainee (Program Support Assistant)

This position is located in the Department of Health And Human Services, Office of Inspector General, Office of Investigations. Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the summer internship will be a remote position with the potential to transition to in-person. This is a paid opportunity with pay rates at the GS-4 and GS-5 levels. The internship will begin in May 2021 and end September 2021.

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As a GS-4 Student Trainee (Program Support Assistant), you will:
  • Provide assistance to the supervisor in the preparation of a variety of administrative material required to support the organization. Assist in reviewing reports and other documents for correctness and verifying discrepancies with the appropriate office or individual.
  • Assist higher level employees in evaluating the success of projects in attaining their productive goals.
  • Conduct follow-up actions to assure timely receipt of responses.
  • Assist in assembling data and consolidating and preparing reports for assigned and reviews for correctness and conformance to organizational policies.
  • Answer phones and route callers to appropriate personnel within the organization.

As a GS-5 Student Trainee (Program Support Assistant), you will:
  • Identify data required for use by management for various programs and identify various resources required to support program operations.
  • Write reports of study findings for projects.
  • Research and investigate new or improved business and management practices for application to agency programs or operations.
  • Assist higher level employees in evaluating the success of projects in attaining their productive goals.
  • Assist in assembling data and consolidating and preparing reports for assigned for projects.
  • Types memorandum, reports and other documents as assigned and reviews for correctness and conformance to organizational policies.

Students must provide an unofficial academic transcript that reflects current enrollment and a verification of Spring 2021 enrollment. If you have been accepted for enrollment at a qualifying academic institution, you must submit an acceptance letter from the academic institution on the institution's letterhead. For Summer 2021 or Fall 2021 enrollment, you must provide sufficient academic documentation to be appointed.