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#1 Posted : Wednesday, October 26, 2011 3:09:57 AM(UTC)

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Any help, comment or thoughts would be greatly appreciated.  Still waiting on drug test results to come in for final salary offer to be provided.  THANKS!!
#2 Posted : Thursday, October 27, 2011 11:46:47 PM(UTC)

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Since it appears you are making a lateral to a position they will probably keep 13/6 pay and a bump when you are 4 PB eligible
They may buy your time towards your next step but it takes a big justification to get the 5%

8. What does an employee stand to gain if they apply for a position in the same pay band as they already occupy?

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An employee who applies to a vacancy announcement that is being used to fill a position which is in the same pay band as their current position, may receive a pay increase of up to 5 percent, if they are selected as a best-qualified candidate from a competitive Certificate of Eligibles and provided the position is a fundamentally “different” position than their present position. To be considered a fundamentally different position, the new position must require a substantial change in knowledge and skills, compared to the employee’s current position. Indicators of a fundamentally different position include such factors as a change in job title, series, organization, duties, and responsibilities. Placements to essentially the same position (i.e., a re-description of one’s current position or movement to one’s same position just in a different organization) do not constitute reassignments to a fundamentally different position and, thus, do not warrant a base pay increase.

The supervisor of the position is required to complete a justification for the employee’s pay increase which would address how the vacant position is different from the employee’s current position, in addition to the employee’s qualifications as compared to other applicants, competing job offers the employee may have, the position’s historical recruitment difficulty, pay rate received by other employees performing the same duties, employee’s salary history identifying previous reassignment and promotion actions (prior 3 years), employee’s performance evaluations (prior 3 years), and employee’s performance pay increases (prior 3 years).

Reassignment actions should not be used as a way for an employee to move within their band. An NNSA Demonstration Project employee primarily moves within their band based on performance rather than multiple selections for positions within their same band. Please contact your servicing Human Resources Office on further guidance for competitive reassignments.

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