5 New Federal Jobs at Fort Meade

From X-Ray technicians to computer scientists, Fort Meade is looking for some workers.

Are you looking to break into the federal government or find a new position? Agencies at Fort Meade have posted a number of new job openings this week. Clock on the links for the full job details and learn how to apply. 

Safety and Occupational Health Specialist
 Navy, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
Salary range: $74,872 to $97,333
Duties: Review and work to improve safety program. 
Requirements: Equivalent experience at the GS-11 level. 

Personal Security Specialist
 Office of the Secretary of Defense
Salary range: $51,630 to $115,742
Duties: Analyze case files, submit requests for further investigations.
Requirements: Varies depending on level, but equivalent experience at GS-9 level is a minimum requirement.

Program Analyst
Agency: Transportation Security Administration
Salary range: $88,648 to $137,402
Duties: Work in the technology modernization division.
Requirements: Equivalent experience at the GS-13 level

Computer Engineer/Scientist
 Defense Information Systems Agency
Salary range: 
$123,758 to $155,500
Duties: Serve as the technical authority responsible for managing the Department of Defense IT Standards. 
Requirements: Degree in computer science, engineering or equivalent work experience. Must be able to obtain a Top Secret security clearance.

Diagnostic Radiological Technologist
Agency: U.S. Army Medical Command
Salary range: $39,160 to $49,375
Duties: Perform radiological examinations.
Requirements: Completion of a radiological program. Equivalent experience to the GS-5 level. 

All jobs posted at USAjobs.gov.

mark johnson September 30, 2012 at 10:30 AM
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