Front Page

Previous Story

Next Story

NIH Record

Wanted: Management Intern Program Applicants

The NIH Management Interns and Presidential Management Interns from the graduating class of 1996 (see photo) invite all interested applicants to meet the challenge: Consider the NIH Management Intern Program! Tired of sitting at the same desk day after day? Looking for an opportunity to change jobs, meet new people, enhance your career, learn new skills? Well that's what the NIH Management Intern Program is all about.

1996 NIH Management Intern and Presidential Management Intern graduates include (from l) Karen Bashir, LaSonya Harris Hall, Gregory Jones, Anita Linde, Mimi Lising and Leslie Stenull.

The Division of Career Resources and the NIH administrative training committee are now recruiting interns for the 1997 NIH Management Intern Program. The program is designed to prepare individuals demonstrating high potential for careers in administrative management.

To apply you must be a U.S. citizen; be willing to work full-time; be a current Department of Health and Human Services employee at the GS-5 level or above or wage grade equivalent and currently employed in either a career or career-conditional appointment or be on a veterans readjustment appointment, severely physically disabled (Schedule A) appointment or any other appointment that offers noncompetitive conversion.

Positions are offered at the GS-5, 7 and 9 levels. Applicants above GS-9 level will be required to accept voluntary downgrades, but may be eligible to retain their salary.

More information on qualifications may be found in the application package. Packages may be obtained from the Division of Career Resources, Bldg. 31, Room B3C15 and most other NIH personnel offices. Application packages may also be offered at several off-campus locations such as Executive Plaza South, Parklawn Bldg., Frederick (NCI/FCRDC), NIEHS (North Carolina) and NIA (Baltimore). For more information, call 6-2403.

Up to Top