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IRS Contacts

Thank You. Kathy West-EvansThe National Employment TeamThe many VR Field Counselors who have assisted our office in finding great applicants for many IRS jobs. IRS Divisions. Wage and Investment Small Business and Self-EmployedLarge and Medium-Sized BusinessAgency-Wide Shared ServicesTax-Exempt and Government EntitiesCriminal Investigation, Counsel, Appeals,Taxpayer Advocate, EEO

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IRS Contacts

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    1. IRS Contacts IRS/CAC Sheila Mack Acting Chief, Accessibility Coordinator IRS/CAC Barbara Zivkovich CAC Staff Analyst

    3. IRS Divisions Wage and Investment Small Business and Self-Employed Large and Medium-Sized Business Agency-Wide Shared Services Tax-Exempt and Government Entities Criminal Investigation, Counsel, Appeals, Taxpayer Advocate, EEO & Diversity, Communication and Liaison, etc.

    4. Wage and Investment Most common job vacancies are in Accounts Management – 26 toll free sites Andover, Baltimore (Richmond) Pittsburgh Atlanta, Jacksonville, Puerto Rico (Guaynabo) Austin, Dallas, Denver Fresno, Portland, Seattle Kansas City, Indianapolis, Cleveland, St Louis Brookhaven, Buffalo Cincinnati (Covington KY), Detroit Memphis, Nashville Ogden, Oakland Philadelphia

    5. Submission Processing Sites Andover Austin Kansas City Ogden Atlanta Cincinnati Fresno

    6. Compliance Services Compliance Services Campus Locations Andover Atlanta Austin Fresno Kansas City Field Office Locations throughout the US 14 Automated Collection Call Sites

    7. Field Assistance 419 Taxpayer Assistance Centers in 50 states and Washington D.C.

    8. General Hiring Calendar Accts Management – Oct. - Jan. Submission Processing – Nov. – Jan. Compliance Services -- year-round Field Assistance -- Nov. – Jan. Automated Collection Call-sites –no specific time table

    9. Basic Qualifications for Federal Employment Must be a U. S. Citizen Must be able to provide two valid forms of ID: 1) photo from federal or state gov. 2) original birth cert or SS card Must be able to pass a background, tax compliance and fingerprint check Males born after 12/31/59 must be registered for Selective Service (if applicable) Must be 18 years old (unless otherwise stated in job announcement) For additional info on age go to OPM website).

    10. Federal Job Benefits Competitive Salaries – www.opm.gov/oca. Health and Life Insurance Transportation Subsidy Sick Leave 104 hours Annual Leave 104 hours to 208 hours (15 years) 10 Paid Holidays Retirement Systems Thrift Savings Plan (Matching contributions) Paid Training Incentive Awards Opportunities for Advancement

    11. Miscellaneous Hiring/Application Issues If candidates applying for excepted -appt. be sure it is reflected on application. Seasonal appt. mean work is for less than 12 months on a recurring basis –employee goes to non-work status until recalled. Temporary Appt. is for less than one year-Appt. is terminated when work is completed – no assurance of callback. Reasonable Accommodation – handled through EEO Office – Decisions to grant Accommodations are made on a case-by-case basis.

    12. Applying for Jobs Online Go to www.usa.jobs.gov Click on My USAJOBS Register by clicking on Create Your Account Now Click on Resume –then Create a New Resume, the Save for Later. Click on Search Jobs, in Keyword Search Box, type IRS and City you want to work in. Select Job Announcement, then click Apply Online When done, click Finish, Review, click Finish again.

    13. IMPORTANT Failure to submit a complete application package could result in not being considered for a position.

    14. What to Expect After Applying IRS Personnel will evaluate qualifications. Applicants will receive notice of results and qualified applicants will be placed on a time-limited roster of eligibility. IRS correspondence will be sent via letter or email. Fingerprinting/Personal Identity Verification sessions will be scheduled for all candidates. Candidates should bring documents requested to this session. (birth certificates, etc.)

    15. CAC/NET Process CAC office receives request from internal offices to fill vacancies/with position details. CAC develops vacancy announcement and sends to NET points of contact. POCs send to field counselors Counselors submit resumes to CAC CAC sends resumes to hiring managers/offices for consideration. Hiring Offices/Managers/Personnel contact applicants for interviews, etc. Process offers more direct approach –but applicants should also apply online for other possibilities.

    16. Job Opportunities Websites OPM – http://www.usajobs.gov IRS www.jobs.irs.gov

    17. Contacts Sheila Mack Acting Chief, Accessibility Coordinator Phone:404-338-7622 Email: sheila.mack@irs.gov Barbara Zivkovich CAC Staff Analyst Phone: 412-395-6490 Fax: 412-395-4722 Email: barbara.l.zivkovich@irs.gov

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