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UPDATE AS OF 7 OCTOBER 2013
Current Furlough And Return To Work Information
(NAVY NEWS SERVICE 06 OCT 13) ... Navy Office of Information
WASHINGTON - All currently furloughed Navy Department employees should return to work tomorrow or as soon as practical with the exception of the employees in the categories listed below:
1. Chief Information Officer (CIO) functions, not previously excepted from furlough based on the Contingency Plan Guidance for Continuation of Essential Operations in the Absence of Available Appropriations of September 2013.
2. Deputy Chief Management Officer (DCMO) functions not previously excepted. Should not be any below the Secretariat/Echelon I level.
3. Legislative Affairs and Public Affairs functions not previously excepted or required in support of internal communications to members of the active service.
4. Auditor and related functions, including Inspector General (IG), not previously excepted. Employees supporting Financial Improvement Audit Readiness (FIAR) activities are excepted and can report to work.
5. Work done in support of non-DoD activities and Agencies (except the U.S. Coast Guard) not previously excepted. Foreign Military Sales (FMS) employees are excepted and can report to work.
Employees in these categories will receive calls from their supervisors today explaining the situation. If you have questions, please contact your chain of command.
We greatly appreciate the work that all our civilian shipmates perform. We will continue to share information as we get it.
Financial Management Career Program (FMCP) Website Advisory During FY14 Government Shutdown
Due to a lapse in federal funding for fiscal year 2014, FMCP employees are furloughed starting 1 October 2013 until further notice. No one will be able to monitor or respond to email messages and telephone calls until this furlough period has ended.
In cases of personal illness, injuries, or family emergencies, please immediately contact your supervisor so that your command can make any necessary plans or provisions for you. For updates on the status of the operations and reporting instructions during the governement shutdown, refer to this website on a regular basis.
All FMCP personnel should monitor the national and local news channels for updates on the status of the Government Shutdown. As soon as the shutdown has ended, you will be expected to immediately report to work. If you receive notice the shutdown has ended after normal business hyours, you must report to your duty station at your normal reporting time the following business day. Immediately report to your supervisor for accountability and advice.
Job Announcement number SE30501-12-889946N7604609-P and SE30501-11-891061N7606002-P will be open 5/21-5/23 2013. Please go to www.usajobs.gov to apply.
Job Announcement number SE30510-11-893147M-3608446-P and SE30510-12-892704M-3611982-P will be open 6/3-6/5 2013. Please go to www.usajobs.gov to apply.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE JOB APPLICANT:
Please be advised that the Financial Management Career Program (FMCP) will post job announcements for the following programs on the USAJobs website within the upcoming week(s): (1) Department of the Navy Student Internship Program; (2) Department of the Navy Recent Graduates Program; (3) and the Financial Management Associate Program.
Please apply for positions at the following website address: www.usajobs.gov.
If you do not have an active USAJobs account, you are encouraged to establish an account PRIOR to the posting of FMCP jobs. The jobs will be announced for less than a week (in most instances). Applicants should either create or upload their resume, transcript(s), and other pertinent documents. If applicable, also upload a DD Form 214 (if claiming Veterans Preference), an SF-50 (for prior and current civilian servants). Please ensure that you follow ALL of the instructions for creating a USAJobs account, searching for jobs, and applying for jobs. Failure to do so may cause you a missed job opportunity. FMCP jobs will be announced as Job Series 501, Financial Management Analyst; Job Series 510, Accountant; and Job Series 511 Auditor.
Please setup "Saved Job Searches" in USAJOBS for the job series you are interested in (501, 510, or 511 if available or all of them if you qualify). If you select the NETC command as the command for which you are interested in seeking positions, when FMCP positions open, if your “Saved Searches” is functioning properly, you will receive an email notification that the positions are open and you will receive a hyperlink where to go to apply for the position(s). For positions requiring a college/trade school transcript (510 or 511 or 501 if qualifying based upon GPA or college completion date through the Pathways Program, an "Official Transcript" is required BEFORE reporting onboard. This will need to be accomplished ahead of time or you will not be able to report to work until the servicing Human Resources agency has received an “Official Transcript”.
If you follow all of the instructions correctly, USAJobs will notify you via email when the job announcement is posted and throughout the hiring process. Once the jobs announcements close, you can continue to track your application through the USAJobs process, not the FMCP office. You will receive several USAJobs email notices of your application status: when the application is accepted, once the application is rated, your referral status, and your selection/nonselection status.
Good Luck with the application process!
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