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The work of nutritionists emphasizes the social, economic, cultural, and psychological implications of food usually associated with public health care services or with food assistance and research activities.
Such positions require a technical knowledge of the principles and practices of nuclear medicine and the ability to perform tests and examinations using radionuclides, radiation detectors, scanning apparatus, and related equipment in medical laboratories gedclass clinics. The work requires application of a practical knowledge of: Ecology utilizes a systems approach to study the interrelationships of organisms with each other, with their physical and chemical environment, and with society.
Positions in this series are concerned with the application of civil rights and equal opportunity laws, regulations, and precedent decisions to eliminate illegal discrimination and to remove barriers to equal opportunity.
Characteristic of positions in this series is some knowledge of human anatomy and of embalming processes, and skill in dissecting procedures.
Positions in this occupation require a practical knowledge of basic environmental health concepts, principles, methods, and techniques, including survey and inspection techniques, and control and eradication methods.
The work includes basic and applied research into the conditions and phenomena of the atmosphere; the collection, analysis, evaluation, and interpretation of meteorological data to predict weather and determine climatological conditions for specific geographical areas; fedclads development of new or the improvement of existing meteorological theory; and the development or improvement of meteorological methods, techniques, and instruments. These positions require skill in using reference works to verify information and knowledge of grammar, punctuation, spelling, and good English usage.
Attorneys Office during investigations and prosecutions.
Sociologists study specialized areas such as: Some positions require skill in counseling students or enrollees to establish gws6914 and occupational objectives. The Classifiers Handbook, TS, Aug Occupational Group A major category of white collar occupations, embracing a group of associated or related occupations; e.
Also included in this series are positions which, in addition to the foregoing, may be involved with performing similar professional legal functions regarding trademark.
The work may require knowledge of one or more subjects or occupations in which educational or training instruction is provided. Extensive knowledge of transportation gog and of transportation rules and regulations is required but technical knowledge of freight classification and of common carriers’ rates is not required.
The work requires a knowledge of medical records administration and management skills and abilities. They evaluate the learning ability or educational level of patients by use of educational tests and measurements. The activities of educational therapists are fedclxss to achieving therapeutic objectives such as diminishing emotional stress of a patient, providing a sense of achievement, and channeling energies into acceptable forms of behavior.
Positions in this series require a knowledge of and skill in applying air traffic control procedures, but do not require knowledge of aircraft separation standards or the ability to provide preflight or in-flight safety or weather briefings.
This includes determining the most cost-effective way to provide information that will best meet user needs. The paramount requirements for this work are knowledge of and fedcllass in applying research principles and methods and a broad and thorough knowledge of one or more scientific fields or interdisciplinary areas related to the education research work being performed. Previous editions of this document referred to these occupations as General Schedule System Occupations.
The work requires professional knowledge of the nature of these disorders, their causes, and methods of therapeutic treatment. Ecologists analyze biological components and processes in the context of ecosystems including environmental factors, physical-chemical relationships, and social relationships.
Some educational therapists participate in the rehabilitation of blind patients. Such positions are properly classified in the Biological Technician Series, This series includes those positions that require some knowledge of the information being giv in addition to procedural knowledge, as well as those positions that require only procedural coding knowledge.
Meteorological technicians observe and analyze weather elements or predict the effects of weather in the atmosphere and on the earths surface. These positions require knowledge of various scientific fields such as chemistry, biology, pharmacology, and food technology.
The positions require technical rather than professional knowledge and abilities for full performance and, therefore, do not require education and training equivalent in scope and nature to that required for professional positions in community planning. The work requires the development, analysis, and selection of appropriate information and presentation of the information in a form and at a level suitable for the intended audience.
Office of Personnel Management 92 PHYSICAL SCIENCES GROUP This group includes all classes of positions the duties of which are to advise on, administer, supervise, or perform research or other professional and scientific work, or subordinate technical work, in any of the fields of science concerned with matter, energy, physical space, time, nature of physical measurement, and fundamental structural particles; and the nature of the physical environment.
The investigation includes a report of the facts, conditions, and circumstances relating to each accident and a determination of the probable cause of the accident along with recommendations for remedial action designed to prevent similar accidents in the future.
The work requires a background of knowledge, skills and techniques gained from professional training in a health science or allied scientific field, but has no paramount, rigid or continuing requirement for the knowledge, skills and techniques characterizing any of the established series that reflect one or more of the academic disciplines or recognized professions.