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ED's Office of Elementary & Secondary Education (OESE) CAREER OPPORTUNITY

[NOTE: 05/19/2020--The message below was forwarded to the ESEA Network by Patrick Rooney, Director, School Support and Accountability, US Department of Education.]




The following OESE position is currently announced on USAJOBS. This position is open all sources, so please feel free to forward to anyone who may be interested and qualified.


Title:                      Supervisory Education Program Specialist

Series/Grade:         GS-1720-14

Location:               OESE /   Teachers, Leaders & Special Populations Group


Open Period:          05/19/2020 – 06/01/2020


(This job will close when 50 applications have been received, which may be sooner than the closing date)


Please click on the link below for specific information on the position, qualifications, and application procedures.


OESE-2020-0054 (MPP):

OESE-2020-0055 (DEU):



Thank you,


Agnes (Ginny) Jameson

Management and Program Analyst (Human Resources)

U.S. Department of Education |Office of Elementary and Secondary Education | Executive Office

400 Maryland Avenue, S.W., 3W312 |Washington, D.C. 20202

(Phone) 202-453-7566 |

About the Author

Patrick Rooney is the Director of two offices--Evidence-Based Practices Assessment and Accountability and School Support and Accountability within ED’s Office of Elementary and Secondary Education. Before this recent appointment, Mr. Rooney was the Deputy Director of the Office of State Support.  Prior to joining the Office of State Support, Mr. Rooney worked in the Implementation and Support Unit, where he helped lead the work of the Reform Support Network, providing technical assistance to states implementing comprehensive Race to the Top reforms, and the Race to the Top Assessment program, which provided grants to groups of states to develop new assessments aligned to state’s college- and career-ready standards. Mr. Rooney also worked in the DC Office of State Superintendent of Education, where he was a senior policy advisor and worked on a wide variety of K-12 issues in the District of Columbia.