APPLY NOW! DOJ Pathways Internship Program Bureau of Prisons Student Trainee (UNICOR Student Trainee)
UNICOR is a critical component of the Bureau of Prisons’ comprehensive efforts to improve offender reentry. By providing inmates the skills needed to join the workforce upon release, UNICOR reduces recidivism and helps curb the rising costs of corrections.
Prison industries work programs have grown from deeply-seeded roots which have withstood the challenges of time. From the late 1700s, spanning the Civil War, Great Depression, World War II and other major conflicts, and despite periods of criticism from detractors, increasingly constrictive procurement laws, misinformation and stigma associated with the value of inmate-made goods, prison industry work programs have endured.
About the Position: DOJ Pathways Internship Program Bureau of Prisons Student Trainee (UNICOR Student Trainee)
Announcement Number: CO-2018-0133
Position Title: UNICOR Student Trainee, GS-1199-05
Promotion Potential: 05
Duty Locations: 2 vacancies – Central Office, Washington, D.C.
Division: New Business Development Group, IE & VT Division (UNICOR), Central Office, Washington, DC
Salary: $37,113 to $48,249/Year
This is a Student Internship opportunity under the Pathways Program. This is a temporary internship to complete project work that’s temporary in nature. This is an excepted service appointment under the Pathways Internship Program.
This position is part of the Pathways Internship Program and is located within the Federal Prison Industries, Inc. (FPI).
The incumbent performs research and analysis assignments and assists with providing business development data to FPI’s corporate management and business groups. Conducts policy-oriented research of current economic conditions to determine how these “macro-economic” trends will affect spending patterns of Federal government departments, agencies and other entities.
Incumbent assists in the implementation of supply chain management methods and in developing continuous improvement plans. They assist in the mapping of business processes and the identification of high level measurements for these business processes that will be used for summary level data to judge the health of the organization.
Knowledge of various computer software programs such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and/or Microsoft Access.
How to Apply
Deadline to apply is 05/29/2018. To view the full job description, please click here.
Who May Apply: OPEN TO INDIVIDUALS CURRENTLY ACCEPTED FOR ENROLLMENT OR CURRENTLY ENROLLED STUDENTS IN A QUALIFYING EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION ON A FULL OR HALF-TIME BASIS.