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As an On-the-Job Instructor you will be responsible for delivering on-the-job instruction/training virtually or in person to individuals from within your organization. As an OJI, you will use your technical expertise and years of experience to plan and conduct training on basic and/or advanced areas of tax law, procedures, policies, techniques, or other specialized fields unique to your position/occupation. As an OJI you will be called upon to share knowledge and expertise with employees within your unit/organization in a virtual or one to one environment. You will perform these duties as a collateral duty assignment, with no change to your current position description or post of duty. As an OJI, you have the extraordinary opportunity of sharing your expertise and knowledge with others, while at the same time serving in a role that is of tremendous benefit to the Service as a whole!
As a Revenue Agent On-the Job Instructor (OJI) you will:
- Perform your regular duties and direct work, either phones and/or paper during non-training times. During the virtual or in person training assignment, if the OJI member is not actively involved in the essential OJI duties, he/she will return to direct work activities when not preparing, instructing, coaching and/or facilitating.
- Coordinate as appropriate in delivering OJI instruction/training materials virtually or in person.
- Analyze, write and review course material. Develop, plan, schedule, coordinate, and/or present basic, advanced, or specialized training material or instruction as assigned. Teach and/or provide instruction, virtually or in person, in recruit, basic, advanced, and specialized courses and technical knowledge, counsel others during the progress of the OJI to assist with problems and provide special guidance.
- Coordinate with others who may be assigned on either a full time or part time basis for recruit, basic or advanced training as required. Assure that instructors or other coaches are informed of any changes in course or technical subject matter. Coordinate as appropriate on methods, techniques, training aids, and trainee management relative to assigned training or technical areas.
- May also provide specialized OJI training to other OJI instructors virtually or in person, if appropriate.
- Ensure familiarity with course materials, illustrative material, case studies, technical materials and OJI assignments accordingly. Ensure consistency in technical interpretation of regulations and their application.
- Recommend changes in emphasis, adjustment in the division of time spent in, discussion, workshop, or other elements of OJI training activities virtually or in person; also recommends necessary changes in other training needs and/or identified in OJI observation.
- Evaluate and/or recommend whether trainees or others should be retained and/or need additional instruction; in addition, evaluates trainees’ OJI progress and/or conduct.
- A Bachelor’s or higher degree in accounting from an accredited college or university that included at least 30 semester hours (45 quarter hours) in accounting or 24 semester hours in accounting and an additional 6 semester hours in related subjects such as business law, economics, statistical/quantitative methods, computerized accounting or financial systems, financial management or finance. OR
- A combination of experience and education at an accredited college or university equivalent to a four year degree that included courses equivalent to a major in accounting, i.e. at least 30 semester hours in accounting or 24 semester hours in accounting and 6 semester hours in related subjects as described above. OR
- A Certificate as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) obtained through written examination in a State, territory or the District of Columbia. OR
- Are currently serving as an Internal Revenue Agent GS-0512 and have been in this position for at least one year or was previously an Internal Revenue Agent GS-0512 and held the position for at least one year. AND
- You must possess the following professional accounting knowledge’s: Principles of Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Cost Accounting, Advanced Accounting, and Auditing. For more information on the required accounting knowledge’s please refer to Internal Revenue Agent Basic Requirements
- This knowledge is typically acquired by completion of an accounting degree from a four-year college or university. If not from an academic environment, the knowledge can also be obtained from certain work experience.
Company: Internal Revenue Service
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Functions: Others
Job Location: Waco, TX, US
Application Deadline: N/A