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Open Positions

ACL Job Opportunity – Grants Management Specialist (Recent Graduates), GS-1109-5/7/9

ACL is advertising an opportunity for the position of Grants Management Specialist (Recent Graduates), GS-1109-5/7/9 in the Office of Grants Management (OGM), Center for Management and Budget (CMB). The announcement opens on a November 17, 2021. Individuals may apply by going to the Announcement Link on USAJOBS provided below.

Announcement Number: HHS-ACL-RG-22-11263107

Position Title:  Grants Management Specialist (Recent Graduates)

Pay Plan-Series-Grade: GS-1109 5/7/9

Area of Consideration: DE

Open Date: 11/17/2021

Close Date: 11/26/2021

Announcement Link:

ACL Job Opportunity – ACL Program Manager, GS-0301-15, AOA

ACL is advertising an opportunity for the position of ACL Program Manager, GS-0301-15 in the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Aging (ODASA), Administration on Aging (AOA). The position will serve as Deputy Director in AOA. The announcement will open on a November 19, 2021. Individuals may apply by going to the Announcement Links on USAJOBS provided below.

Announcement Number: HHS-ACL-DE-22-11290527 and HHS-ACL-MP-22-11290528

Position Title: ACL Program Manager

Pay Plan-Series-Grade:  GS-0301-15

Area of Consideration: DE/MP

Opening Date: 11/19/2021

Closing Date: 11/29/2021

Application Limit: 50

Announcement Links:

This position is advertised under multiple announcements on USA Jobs; applicants may apply for any/all announcements for which they are eligible.

DE: Open to the public.

MP: Open to:

Individuals with disabilities (see additional information below) Federal employees (competitive service) Career transition (CTAP, ICTAP, RPL) Veterans Family of overseas employees Military spouses Peace Corps & AmeriCorps Vista volunteers Some current and former term and temporary land & base management employees People eligible for hiring under special authorities

How to Apply for Positions at ACL

Positions are generally open to one or more of the following:

  • General Public
  • Current and Former Federal Employees
  • ACL Employees Only
    NOTE: ACL employees should also select the Current and Former Federal Employees link to view other ACL jobs open to current employees serving on a permanent (career or career conditional) appointment.
  • Senior Executive Service

Once you have identified a position on USAJOBS to which you would like to apply, complete and submit the online application following the instructions noted in the How to Apply tab of the job announcement. New users must create a USAJOBS account before applying.

Please note that individuals interested in applying to the vacancy announcement must submit a complete application package including all supporting documents, e.g. resume, SF-50, veterans preference documents, transcripts, etc. before the closing date of the announcement to ensure full consideration. All required documents are listed in the “How To Apply” section of the vacancy announcement(s).

This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and/or hiring process, please contact the SROC Help Desk ( The decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. 

Information for Individuals with Disabilities

If you are a person with a disability, you may be eligible for a special hiring authority, known as “Schedule A.” Schedule A gives federal agencies an optional, and potentially quicker, way to hire individuals with disabilities. It offers applicants an exception to the traditional hiring process. 

If you have your Schedule A letter, you may submit your letter and resume directly to ACL’s Selective Placement Program Coordinator, Cory Gilbertson, at (You also may apply to the vacancy announcements above.) 

To be eligible for Schedule A, you must provide a "proof of a disability" letter stating that you have an intellectual disability, severe physical disability or psychiatric disability. You can get this letter from your doctor, a licensed medical professional, a licensed vocational rehabilitation specialist, or any federal, state, or local agency that issues or provides disability benefits.

For additional information on and tips on how to apply for a federal position under the Schedule A authority, you may go to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s website, The ABCs of SCHEDULE A Tips for Applicants with Disabilities on Getting Federal Jobs.

Internship opportunities

Learn about the ACL Volunteer Internship Program.

Last modified on 11/24/2021

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