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Telecommunications Specialist  Salary:  $74,782 - $97,333 Department Of Homeland Security U.S. Secret Service Writer-Editor Salary: $74,782.00 - $115,742.00 Department Of Health And Human Services Food and Drug Administration IT Specialist Salary:  $57,408.00 - $63,148.00 Department of the Army Army National Guard Health Science Specialist Salary: $51,871.00 - $67,427.00 Department Of Veterans Affairs Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration Audiovisual Production Specialist Salary: $63,945.00 - $83,126.00 Department of the Air Force Air National Guard Units Library Technician Salary: $24,518.00 - $31,871.00 Department of Defense Department of Defense Education Activity Rangeland Management Specialist Salary: $38,790.00 - $61,678.00 Department Of Agriculture Forest Service Pharmacist Specialist Salary: $97,953.00 - $119,454.00 Department Of Veterans Affairs Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Admin. Supervisory Contract Specialist Salary: $81,823.00 Department Of Agriculture Forest Service Blind Rehabilitation Specialist Salary: $50,204.00 - $78,962.00 Department Of Veterans Affairs Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Admin. Aircraft Mechanic Salary: $22.28 - $26.09 / Per Hour Carolina Army National Guard Department of the Army Social Worker Salary: $68,809.00 - $89,450.00 Department Of Veterans Affairs Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Admin. Production Controller Salary: $50,923.00 - $66,195.00 Department of the Air Force Air National Guard Clinical Nurse Specialist Salary: $70,106.00 - $103,711.00 Department Of Veterans Affairs Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Admin. Occupational Therapist Salary: $49,424.00 - $75,240.00 Department Of Veterans Affairs Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Admin. Facilities Operations Specialist Salary:  $47,448.00 - $61,678.00 General Services Administration Public Buildings Service Medical Technologist  Salary: $56,079.00 - $72,906.00 Department Of Veterans Affairs Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Admin. Administrative Assistant Salary: $41,522.00 - $53,983.00 Department of the Army Army National Guard Units Office Manager Salary: $51,825.00 - $67,368.00 General Services Administration Public Buildings Service Executive Assistant Salary: $50,063.00 - $79,623.00 Legislative Branch Government Accountability Office Marketing Assistant Salary: $25,044.00 - $27,131.00 Department of the Army Army Installation Management Command Supervisory Imaging Producer Salary: $86,575.00 - $112,546.00 Broadcasting Board of Governors Miami-Dade County, Florida Audiovisual Production Specialist Salary: $63,945.00 - $83,126.00 Department of the Air Force Air National Guard Units Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Salary: $68,535.00 - $109,378.00 Department Of Veterans Affairs Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Admin.
Richard M. Nixon was sworn into office as the 37th President of the United States on the first day of my employment with the U. S. Secret Service. It was 1969, seven years before the 200th birthday of our country. The President and his staff already had the Bicentennial on their agendas and would try to do much to bolster the national image, both domestically and abroad. The administration wanted everything updated; from the uniforms of the White House police to the “corporate” identities of all agencies and bureaus. The Federal Design Council was created, and for the first time in 50 years, good design was again a priority among federal agencies. I was lucky enough to play a part in the design and development of the Secret Service image during this historic period. Artists and designers in federal service again were valued employees. Much has changed among federal agencies since I left government service in 2000. The U. S. Secret Service, part of The Department of the Treasury for more than 100 years, is now under The Department of Homeland Security. The Twin Towers disaster caused the reorganization and shuffling of some government agencies and the birth of others. New technologies and new threats to our national security continue to reshape the federal workplace. For many viewing this website, this page could be the place where lives and fortunes are changed. Displayed below are the website links to federal agencies with which I am most familiar. A few are former employers. Many are part of the Intelligence Community of the United States. Others I encountered in my work as an art director and a video producer/director. Do not be fooled by the stereotypical image portrayed by some of these “established” government agencies. Most of these organizations have art departments. Many have video and television studios. The IRS had an award winning art and design studio. The National Park Service has a beautiful Design Center at Harpers Ferry - an entire building housing artists, architects, designers, sculptors, and more. The National Institute of Standards and Technology had a department dedicated to color. How else could one explain why all police vehicles have the same blue lights, and why stop lights display the same red, amber, and green hues. And you do not have to join the military to work for the Marine Corps or Navy. Every military service employs civilians. There are civilians working at military bases around the world. But if you are a member of the Armed Forces, look around. Every branch of service has imagery analysts and intelligence officers. I have seen specialists in the White House Communications Agency wearing a military uniform one week and returning, after completing their tour of duty, to the same or similar jobs wearing “civvies”. I am not forgetting clerical positions and the trades. Every agency has secretaries, clerks, office managers, HR personnel, etc. These jobs are being posted continuously. Go to USAJOBS.gov and check it out. And there is always a need for mechanics, electricians, carpenters, etc.    Check out the job opportunities offered by these organizations. Somewhere among the many job postings you just might find that long- sought dream opportunity. Good luck.