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Highway Safety Series 2125

Highway Safety Series, 2125

Individual Occupational Requirements


Undergraduate and Graduate Education: Major study -- accounting, business administration, business or commercial law, commerce, economics, engineering, finance, industrial management, statistics, traffic management, transportation, motor mechanics, public administration, hazardous materials management, or other fields related to the position.



General Experience (for GS-5 positions): Experience that provided a general knowledge of safety management, transportation, commerce, data processing, business, or other related fields.

Specialized Experience (for positions above GS-5):

Examples of qualifying specialized experience include:

  • Legislative/policy development, program planning, program evaluation, or program administration work concerned with highway, traffic, or motor vehicle safety, hazardous materials management, community planning, accident/injury prevention, or public health/safety or related administrative functions.
  • Federal-State grant/aid or contract administration work involving managing, monitoring, or implementing technical or demonstration projects in highway or the related safety areas.
  • Work involving development, enforcement, or interpretation of highway and related safety standards, regulations, or policies.
  • Work involving development, review, and evaluation of systems for inspection and testing of vehicles to determine safety requirements and compliance.
  • Work involving the development, evaluation, or administration of State or community highway or related safety education programs or of programs for licensing and training of motor vehicle operators.
  • Work involving the identification of highway or related safety problems, or the analysis of safety trends or of factors affecting the safety characteristics and performance of vehicles.
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