Agriculture Program Specialist (bilingual Spanish/English required)


The Department of Labor (DOL), Workplace, Hours, Labor and Communications, Field certification, and Field certification are available. The Office of Operations and Communications provides guidance and oversight on all aspects of strategic planning, implementation, evaluation, partnership program management, service delivery and communication activities.

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Open to US citizens; Qualified for Interagency Assistance Program (ICTAP) and Interagency Transition Assistance Program (CTAP).

Obligations of the
Investigate civil or criminal proceedings obtained against person violating Department of Labor policy and provide information to the program manager and/or team leader regarding verification of information with obtained applications and approved documents.
Revisiting statistical analysis to protect legally bound workers.
It describes difficult practices for contractors and employees to assess in cases where it would be difficult to determine the legal qualifications to protect migrant and seasonal farmers in relation to contractual arrangements with farmers.
Conduct in-depth research on designated agricultural contracts to help determine the demand.
Develop legal language for policy communications or other communications related to communication requests, review responses to communications and review as needed.
Support Device Support Before Strategy Poetry Translation program to improve communication.
Perform statistical analysis and use methods to obtain and interpret data from court systems to support court decisions, case outcomes, and prosecutions within WHD.
Research and review literature on the potential harmful effects of the MSPA.
Identify areas of non-compliance through review and analysis of court records and data to examine problem denials, issue recommended resolutions, and prepare recommendations for certification procedures for administrative and judicial investigations.
Complex business letters, legal correspondence and other complex correspondence related to information requests from federal, state, county, city and local law enforcement agencies for processing during regulatory reviews.
Ensure the appropriateness of documents for application, solicitation, solicitation, application and submission.
Receive and process immigration documents under the National Immigration Act (INA) at WHD.
Obtain and review state driver’s license and commercial vehicle safety standards in accordance with MSPA and Department of Transportation vehicle safety standards.
Review, analyze, and resolve complex and sometimes contentious applications for agricultural certifications, H-2A temporary farm workers, H-2B non-farm temporary workers, and others , namely, the processing of applications for agricultural certifications. visa holders and non-migrant workers.
Submit information to the team leader and/or certification program manager for MSPA-based certifications, certification processes, denials, withdrawals, and cancellations of agricultural registration applications.
Handle problems associated with agricultural contract activities in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, operating procedures, and Payroll Manager policies.
Provide technical assistance, counseling, and guidance to farm contractors who suffer MSPA violations that can result in civil fines, wage assessments, and revocation of certificates of registration.
maintaining quality management systems for operations, issuing certificates to agricultural services in the processing office, conducting mobile activities.
Analyze, analyze and analyze complex processing processes covering all five regions.
Policy implementation and enforcement.
doing other things like education, volunteering and mobile therapy.
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Terms of employment

Requires probation if requirement not met.
Appointment to this position may require a background check.
Must be at least 16 years old and a US citizen.
Bilingual Spanish/English required.
Applicants must meet all legal and regulatory requirements. See the “Required Documents” section for additional requirements.

Notice Regarding COVID-19 Vaccines. As required by Executive Order 14043, federal executive branch employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, regardless of the employee’s workplace or work regimen (e.g., telecommuting, telecommuting, etc.), subject to exceptions required by law. If selected, you must have been vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide documentation of vaccination or be in the process of applying for an exemption from the vaccination requirement prior to hiring or integrating with the agency. The board will provide you with further information on what forms of documentation may be accepted and how you can request that a legal exception to this requirement be considered.

Currently, implementation and enforcement of Executive Order 14043 is suspended pending a court order pending further litigation.

Bilingual/Spanish/English Required – At the time of the interview, you may be interviewed in both Spanish and English and may need to type and translate documents from Spanish to English and vice versa.


Applicants must have 52 weeks of specialized experience equivalent to at least the next lower level, GS-07, in the Federal Service. Examples of specialist experience are as follows:

  1. Experience in demonstrating knowledge of administrative regulations and operational procedures and skills in applying investigative techniques to gather clear factual evidence to support related administrative programs and immigration laws, rules, regulations, guidelines and policies related to the employment of farm workers of a complex organization.
  2. Experience in oral and written communication to answer complex regulatory questions, advise and advise clients and make constructive recommendations based on technical knowledge.
  3. Experience using and researching computer systems, applications and programs to produce documents and presentations and track and report certifications.

-OR- Education: Masters or equivalent postgraduate degree OR 2 completed years of progressively higher postgraduate level leading to such degree OR LL.B. or J.D., if related.

-OR- Combination of education and experience: To be considered for this position, a combination of education and experience can be used, provided that the percentage calculated from the requirements is at least 100%. To calculate the percentage of requirements, divide the total months of experience by 12. Then divide the total number of semester hours completed in the master’s degree program (or equivalent) after the first year (total number of master’s semester hours). rank minus 18) with 18. Add two percent.


The substitution of specialized experience for training is as follows: For GS-9: master’s degree or equivalent degree or 2 full years of a graduated level leading to such degree or LL.B. or J.D., if related.

If you do not submit sufficient academic documentation demonstrating that you meet the specialized experience replacement training for this position, your application will be considered incomplete. Any applicant falsely claiming an academic degree from an accredited school will be subject to actions ranging from disqualification from federal employment to removal from federal service.

If your education was completed at a foreign college or university, you must demonstrate comparability with training received at accredited educational institutions in the United States and comparability with the applicable minimum course requirements for this position. Click on Assessment of foreign education for more information.

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