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Dopamine  
#1 Posted : Thursday, June 4, 2020 6:44:24 PM(UTC)
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My wife accepted a position on the WG scale However she is qualified for a WG grade about 3 grades higher. So I am concerned about if a position opens up that she qualifies for, then would she be prevented from accepting it due to time-in-grade rules? I was pushing her to accept the position, however I am wondering if maybe it's a mistake for her to accept it now.
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FS0201  
#2 Posted : Friday, June 5, 2020 4:30:25 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Dopamine Go to Quoted Post
My wife accepted a position on the WG scale However she is qualified for a WG grade about 3 grades higher. So I am concerned about if a position opens up that she qualifies for, then would she be prevented from accepting it due to time-in-grade rules? I was pushing her to accept the position, however I am wondering if maybe it's a mistake for her to accept it now.
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I am not a staffer, but I don’t believe that time in grade applies to FWS (WG, WL, WS). As I understand it, if she has the experience to qualify for the higher grade, she would be able to apply based on that experience, even though she were in a lower grades position.
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Dopamine on 6/5/2020(UTC)
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