1 Be a Part of Government and Public Administration 1
2 Working for Everyone: Careers in Government and Public Administration As our nation faces increasingly complex challenges, America needs the best and brightest working on its behalf. From city hall to the Capitol of South Carolina, the Army colonel to the elected President of the United States, government and public administration jobs are filled by people who are dedicated to helping ensure that our modern democracy with all its complexities works for everyone. From medicine to the military, agriculture to aeronautics, office administration and information technology, nearly every area of employment can be found in government and public administration.
3 The Government and Public Administration Career Cluster The Government and Public Administration Career Cluster is divided into seven majors. They are as follows: Governance Revenue and Taxation National Security Regulation Foreign Service Public Management and Administration Planning Each of these majors requires knowledge and skills that can be acquired in the military or at postsecondary institutions, which range from private for-profit colleges that teach specific office and administrative skills to two-year institutions, such as Midlands Technical College and to four-year colleges, such as the University of South Carolina. 1
4 Governance: People who work in jobs within the Governance major include the officials elected or appointed to government positions responsible for making and executing public policy, spanning from local to state to national positions. If you choose Governance as your career major, you may be a part of: Creating and passing laws that govern our local area, state and nation Working with constituents or special interest groups with specific concerns, such as the environment to local traffic to national security Creating and working within a coalition of elected officials, agency leaders and developers to aid with economic development Lobbying and being a liaison between agencies and legislative bodies Sample CareerS Associate s or Less $20,000-$50,000 Council Clerk Legislative Assistant Scheduling Manager Administrative Services Manager $50,000-$100,000 Hearing Officer Congressional Aide Legislative Liaison Emergency Management Specialist + Graduate s and/or Certifications $100,000+ Member of Congress Governor Chief of Staff Senior Lobbyist 2 note: Salary may differ according to industry, county, region and state.
5 Career Entry-Level Education Annual Median Salary & Hourly Pay (2010) Job Outlook ( ) Responsibilities Skills Information Clerks $29,990/year $14.42/hour 7% (slower than Maintain records and information Collect data and information Respond to customers questions or concerns Ensure that co-workers and customers follow proper procedures Communication skills Computer skills Discretion Organizational skills People skills Surveying and Mapping Technicians $37,900/year $18.22/hour 16% ( Operate surveying instruments, such as electronic distancemeasuring equipment, to collect data on location Set out stakes and marks to conduct a survey Produce maps showing boundaries, water locations, elevation and other terrain features Enter data from surveying instruments into computers Decision-making skills Listening skills Stamina Teamwork Technical skills Troubleshooting skills Business skills Interpreters or Translators $43,300/year $20.82/hour 42% (much faster than Translate concepts from one language to another language Speak, read and write fluently in at least two languages, including English and one or more others Relay style and tone of the languages Render spoken ideas accurately, quickly and clearly Concentration Cultural sensitivity Coordination for sign language Listening skills Speaking skills Writing skills Time management skills Establish and carry out departmental goals or organizational goals, policies and procedures Mayor and Other Top Executive Positions $101,250/year $48.68/hour 5% (slower than Direct and oversee an organization s financial and budgetary activities Consult with other executives, staff and board members about general operations Negotiate or approve contracts and agreements Appoint department heads and managers Analyze financial statements, sales reports and other performance indicators Communication skills Decision-making skills Leadership skills Management skills Problem-solving skills Time management skills Identify places to cut costs and improve performance, policies and programs Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) 3
6 National Security: Today, more than 2.3 million Americans serve their nation in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard and Reserves. Border patrols, airport security officers and other similar jobs also fall under this broad major. If you choose national security as your career major, you may be a part of: Operating navigational equipment on a Navy ship Managing procurement for an Army battalion Commanding and leading Marines in combat settings Patrolling borders and detaining illegal entrants Analyzing intelligence gathered by operants Sample CareerS Associate s or Less $20,000-$50,000 Army Sergeant Border Patrol Officer TSA Checkpoint Officer Navy Petty Officer General Service Marine $50,000-$100,000 Cryptographer Army Colonel Air Force JAG Attorney Cavalry Officer Tank Officer + Graduate s and/or Certifications $100,000+ Admiral General National Security Consultant Combat Diver Officer Executive Officer, Special Warfare Team 4 note: Salary may differ according to industry, county, region and state.
7 Career Entry-Level Education Annual Median Salary & Hourly Pay (2010) Job Outlook ( ) Responsibilities Skills Infantry plus Military Training $42,103/year $20.24/hour Excellent Capture or destroy enemy ground forces and repel enemy attacks Operate weapons and equipment to engage and destroy enemy ground forces Participate in basic reconnaissance operations Critical thinking skills Equipment operating skills Leadership skills Problem solving skills Verbal skills Armored Assault Vehicle Crew Members plus Military Training $44,755/year $21.52/hour Excellent Operate tanks, amphibious assault vehicles and other types of armored assault vehicles to engage and destroy the enemy Conduct scouting missions and support infantry units during combat Work as a team to operate armored equipment Fire weapons to destroy enemy positions Critical thinking skills Equipment operating skills Leadership skills Math skills Problem solving skills Science skills Verbal skills Aircraft Launch and Recovery Specialists plus Military Training $48,757/year $23.44/hour Excellent Operate and maintain catapults, arresting gear and associated mechanical hydraulic and control systems involved primarily in aircraft carrier takeoff and landing operations Assess readiness and safety of arresting gear Launch equipment, barricades and visual landing aid systems Participate in carrier takeoff and landing procedures Understand technical data and instructions for operation of landing aids Critical thinking skills Equipment operating skills Leadership skills Math skills Problem solving skills Science skills Special Forces Officers plus Military Training $105,065/year $50.51/hour Excellent Lead elite teams that implement unconventional operations by air, land or sea during combat or peacetime Recruit, train and equip friendly forces Lead raids and invasions on enemy territories Train personnel to implement individual missions and contingency plans Perform strategic and tactical planning for politically sensitive missions Operate sophisticated communications equipment Critical thinking skills Equipment operating skills Leadership skills Math skills Problem solving skills Science skills Technology skills Sources: US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and 5
8 foreign service: Foreign service employees represent the United States at embassies, consulates and other diplomatic missions in Washington, D.C., and around the world. Most people in this major must meet rigorous medical fitness standards and are generally required to pass an extensive background investigation to receive security clearance. If you choose foreign service as your career major, you may be a part of: Securely transporting confidential documents Managing office space and day-to-day requirements Helping U.S. citizens with legal problems abroad Analyzing current political developments Negotiating on treaties and economic disputes Sample Careers Associate s or Less $20,000-$50,000 tic Courier Consular Security Officer Consular Clerk $50,000-$100,000 Foreign Service Officer tic Officer Consular Translator + Graduate s and/or Certifications $100,000+ Secretary of State Ambassador Foreign Relations Consultant 6 note: Salary may differ according to industry, county, region and state.
9 Career Entry-Level Education Annual Median Salary & Hourly Pay (2010) Job Outlook ( ) Responsibilities Skills Consular Officers plus Professional Experience $65,187/year $31.34/hour 10% (a little below Handle diverse challenges, such as child custody disputes, arrests, travel advisories and emergencies Work with local officials to facilitate legitimate business, educational, and tourist travel, strengthen border security and protect Americans Visit arrested Americans and ensure access to legal counsel Help US citizens with family reunification, medical emergencies and evacuations Lead a multi-cultural and highly qualified staff in developing innovative practices to protect US citizens and borders Report to Washington, DC, on a full range of consular issues Composure Cultural adaptability Integrity Judgment skills Leadership skills Motivational skills Objectivity Organizational skills Planning skills Speaking skills Teamwork Writing skills Economic Officers plus Professional Experience $65,187/year $31.34/hour 10% (a little below Focus on developing relationships with important economic figures Coordinate with international economic organizations and other countries to resolve market challenges, promote fair practices and advocate US policy Work with other countries to address science, environmental and health issues Identify global opportunities for US businesses to ensure that American entities can fairly compete for foreign investment and trade Negotiate agreements and promote policies that enhance the safety, security and efficiency of travel and transportation Composure Cultural adaptability Integrity Judgment skills Leadership skills Motivational skills Objectivity Organizational skills Planning skills Speaking skills Teamwork Political Officers plus Professional Experience $65,187/year $31.34/hour 10% (a little below Develop foreign contacts in and out of politics and government to advance US political interests Assess the impact of political developments of the US and make recommendations on action by the US government Support high level visits and advise policymakers on how to communicate with foreign governments Composure Cultural adaptability Integrity Judgment skills Leadership skills Motivational skills Objectivity Organizational skills Public cy Officers plus Professional Experience $65,187/year $31.34/hour 10% (a little below Engage and network with a full range of host national societies and governments to shape the public message and perceptions about the US Explain to foreign audiences how American history, values and traditions shape US foreign policy Create and manage cultural and informational programs to help connect with foreign audiences and to engage in different cultures Communicate with and through a variety of media to promote US interests abroad Composure Cultural adaptability Integrity Judgment skills Leadership skills Motivational skills Objectivity Organizational skills Planning skills Sources: US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and https://sites.google.com/site/connorminternship 7
10 planning: Urban and regional planners create communities, accommodate growth or revitalize facilities in towns, cities, counties and metropolitan areas. In South Carolina and across the nation, planners are important as new communities require development and infrastructure, including housing, roads, sewer systems, schools and recreation areas. If you choose planning as your career major, you may be a part of: Meeting with elected officials, developers and the public regarding development plans and land use Analyzing economic and environmental studies, censuses and market research data Reviewing site plans submitted by developers Assessing feasibility of proposals and identifying needed changes Presenting projects to planning officials and planning commissions Sample Careers Associate s or Less $20,000-$50,000 Census Clerk Zoning Inspector Surveyor City and Regional Planning Aide Federal Aid Coordinator $50,000-$100,000 Economic Development Director City Planner Chief of Vital Statistics + Graduate s and/or Certifications $100,000+ Agency Director Planning Consultant City Manager 8 note: Salary may differ according to industry, county, region and state.
11 Career Entry-Level Education Annual Median Salary & Hourly Pay (2010) Job Outlook ( ) Responsibilities Skills Census Clerks $21,400/year $10.70/hour Temporary Position (in most cases) Ask questions in accordance with instructions to obtain various specified information, such as a person s name, address, age, religious preference or state of residency Identify and report problems in obtaining valid data Compile, record and code results of data from an interview or survey using a computer or specified form Contact individuals to be interviewed at home, place of business, field location, by telephone, mail or in person Active listening skills Reading comprehension Service orientation Social perceptiveness Speaking skills Active listening skills Economic Development Coordinators $33,850/year $16.27/hour 16% ( Manage and promote development projects to make the city, county or state look more appealing Provide workforce development information to prospective and existing businesses Develop agreements and contracts Create and work with retention incentive programs Work as a liaison to the general public, city and local employees, civic groups and local businesses Collaboration skills Communication skills Decision-making skills Judgment skills Problem-solving skills Reading comprehension Speaking skills Writing skills Urban and Regional Planners Master's $63,040/year $30.31/hour 16% ( Meet with public officials, developers and the public regarding development plans and land use Analyze economic and environmental studies, censuses and market research data Assess the feasibility of proposals and identify needed changes Stay current on zoning or building codes, environmental regulations and other related legal issues Analytical skills Collaboration skills Decision-making skills Management skills Speaking skills Writing skills Statisticians Master's $72,830/year $35.02/hour 14% ( Decide what data are needed to answer questions or problems Determine methods for finding or collecting data Design surveys, experiments or opinion polls to collect data Collect, analyze and interpret data individually or via teams Report conclusions from data analyses Critical-thinking skills Problem-solving skills Speaking skills Writing skills Sources: US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) 9
12 revenue and taxation: Tax examiners, collectors and revenue agents ensure that governments city, county, state and federal receive tax money from individual citizens and businesses. They review tax returns, identify taxes owed and collect overdue tax payments. If you choose revenue and taxation as your career major, you may be a part of: Conducting telephone, written or onsite tax collection activities Performing onsite inspections for property tax assessments Analyzing tax returns for possible non-compliance Conducting audits of individual and corporate tax returns Working with taxpayers to resolve issues and settle disputes Sample CareeRs Associate s or Less $20,000-$50,000 County Assessment Inspector Tax Collection Clerk Tax Preparer $50,000-$100,000 County Assessor Tax Analyst Internal Revenue Investigator + Graduate s and/or Certifications $100,000+ Senior IRS Agent State Agency Director 10 note: Salary may differ according to industry, county, region and state.
13 Career Entry-Level Education Annual Median Salary & Hourly Pay (2010) Job Outlook ( ) Responsibilities Skills Enter (post) financial transactions into bookkeeping software, online spreadsheets and databases Bookkeeping, Accounting and Auditing Clerks $34,030/year $16.36/hour 14% ( Put costs (debits) and income (credits) into the software, assigning each to an appropriate account Receive and record cash, checks and vouchers Produce reports, such as balance sheets, income statements and totals by account Detail oriented Math skills Computer skills Check figures, postings and reports for accuracy Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate $48,500/year $23.32/hour 7% (slower than Verify legal descriptions of real estate properties in public records Inspect new and existing properties, noting unique characteristics Photograph the interior and exterior of properties Use comparables, or similar nearby properties, to help determine value Prepare written reports on the property value Prepare and maintain current data on each real estate property Analytical skills Customer-service skills Organizational skills Problem-solving skills Time-management skills Writing skills Tax Examiners, Collectors and Revenue Agents $49,360/year $23.73/hour 7% (slower than Review filed tax returns to determine whether tax credits and deductions claimed are allowed by law Contact taxpayers by mail or telephone to address problems and to request supporting documentation Conduct field audits or investigations of income tax returns Notify taxpayers of any overpayment or underpayment of taxes Analytical skills Detail oriented Interpersonal skills Organizational skills Accountants and Auditors $61,690/year $29.66/hour 16% ( Examine financial statements to ensure they are accurate and comply with laws and regulations Compute taxes owed, prepare tax returns and ensure that taxes are paid properly and on time Inspect account books and accounting systems Organize and maintain financial records Suggest ways to reduce costs, enhance revenues and improve profits Analytical skills Communication skills Detail oriented Math skills Organizational skills Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) 11
14 regulation: Regulatory jobs include animal control officers, housing inspectors and water quality specialists as well as attorneys, engineers and other highly trained experts who are involved in inspections, investigations, reports, citations and hearings. If you choose regulation as your career major, you may be a part of: Reviewing bank balance sheets for levels of risk and for compliance with regulations Managing weigh stations to ensure trucks are within legal limits Inspecting and monitoring air quality reports from electricity plants Reviewing injury reports and safety compliance at manufacturing facilities Presenting agency data reports to lawmakers and other public officials Sample Careers Associate s or Less $20,000-$50,000 Office Manager Code Inspector OSHA Clerk Meter Reader Child Support Officer $50,000-$100,000 State Bank Examiner Cargo Inspector Job Safety Investigator Budget Analyst + Graduate s and/or Certifications $100,000+ Agency Director Agency Counsel Federal Bank Examiner 12 note: Salary may differ according to industry, county, region and state.
15 Career Entry-Level Education Annual Median Salary & Hourly Pay (2010) Job Outlook ( ) Responsibilities Skills Quality Control Inspectors $33,030/year $15.88/hour 8% (slower than Read and understand blueprints and specifications Monitor or observe operations to ensure that they meet production standards Inspect, test or measure materials or products being produced Report inspection and test data Remove all products and materials that fail to meet specifications Dexterity Math skills Mechanical skills Physical strength Stamina Technical skills Search for fire hazards Fire Inspectors and Investigators $52,230/year $25.11/hour 9% (slower than Ensure that buildings comply with fire codes Test fire alarms, sprinklers and other fire protection and extinguishing equipment Determine the origin and cause of a fire Reconstruct the scene of a fire or arson Communication skills Critical-thinking skills Detail oriented Integrity Send evidence to laboratories to be tested for fingerprints or an accelerant Review and approve plans that meet building codes, local ordinances and zoning regulations Construction and Building Inspectors $52,360/year $25.18/hour 18% ( Inspect and monitor construction sites to ensure overall compliance Use survey instruments, metering devices and test equipment to perform inspections Issue violation notices and stop-work orders until building is compliant Communication skills Craft experience Detail oriented Mechanical knowledge Keep daily logs and photographs taken during inspection Monitor the financial condition of banks and other financial institutions Financial Examiners $74,940/year $36.03/hour 27% (faster than Review balance sheets, operating income, expense accounts and loan documentation to confirm institution assets and liabilities Prepare reports that detail an institution s safety and soundness Recommend solutions to questionable financial conditions Analytical skills Detail oriented Math skills Writing skills Train other examiners Review and analyze new regulations and policies Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) 13
16 public management and administration: The Public Management and Administration major covers a broad range of activities which includes budgeting, personnel management, government activities and general administration that are conducted every day at local, state and federal agencies as well as public corporations and associations. If you choose public management and administration as your career major, you may be a part of: Preparing the docket of cases for Common Pleas Court Issuing hunting, fishing or driver licenses and permits Collecting and depositing fees and taxes Making executive decisions about city policies and department managers Ensuring a non-profit agency complies with federal and state regulations Sample Careers Associate s or Less $20,000-$50,000 Purchasing Clerk Court Administrator Information Clerk Courier Messenger $50,000-$100,000 Clerk of Court Grants Administrator Town Administrator + Graduate s and/or Certifications $100,000+ City Manager Purchasing Manager Agency Director Postmaster General 14 note: Salary may differ according to industry, county, region and state.
17 Career Entry-Level Education Annual Median Salary & Hourly Pay (2010) Job Outlook ( ) Responsibilities Skills Court Reporters Postsecondary Non- Award $47,700/year $22.93/hour 14% ( Attend legal or public speaking events that require written transcripts Record spoken dialogue with specialized equipment, such as covered microphones Report gestures and actions Prepare transcripts for the record Concentration skills Detail oriented Listening skills Writing skills Edit transcripts for typographical errors Collect letters and parcels Postal Service Workers or Equivalent $53,090/year $25.52/hour -26% (declining rapidly) Sort incoming letters and parcels Sell stamps and other postal products to customers Get customer signatures for registered, certified and insured mail Operate various types of postal equipment Customer-service skills Stamina Physical strength Distribute incoming mail from postal trucks Coordinate and supervise social service programs and community organizations Direct and lead staff who provide social services to the public Social and Community Service Managers $57,950/year $27.86/hour 27% (faster than Discuss with the community what types of programs and services are needed Design and oversee programs to meet the needs of the target audience or community Analyze data to determine the effectiveness of programs and services Analytical skills Communication skills Leadership skills Managerial skills People skills Develop and manage budgets for programs and organizations Get funding for programs through the agency s budget process or fundraising Evaluate suppliers based on price, quality and delivery speed Purchasing Managers, Buyers, and Purchasing Agents and On-The-Job Training $58,360/year $28.06/hour 7% (slower than Interview vendors and visit supplier s plants and distribution centers Analyze price proposals, financial reports and other information to determine reasonable prices Negotiate contracts Maintain and review records of items bought, costs, deliveries, product performance and inventories Analytical skills Decision-making skills Math skills Negotiation skills Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) 15
19 Online Resources Education Allen University Benedict College Clemson University Columbia College March2Success Midlands Education & Business Alliance Midlands Regional Education Center recs.sc.gov Midlands Technical College SC Dept of Education Office of Career and Technology ed.sc.gov/agency/programs-services/143/ South Carolina Department of Education South Carolina Independent Colleges & Universities South Carolina State University South Carolina Technical College System University of South Carolina Government & Public Administration Careers in Government Fairfield County Government Lexington County Government Partnership for Public Service Richland County Government South Carolina Chamber of Commerce South Carolina Occupational Information System US Department of Homeland Security United States Government Military Army Ed Space Peace Corps SC National Guard Today's Military US Air Force US Air Force Reserve US Army US Army National Guard US Army Reserve US Coast Guard US Coast Guard Reserve US Marines Corps Reserve US Marines Corps US Navy US Navy Reserve 17
21 Government and Public Administration Business Resources in the Midlands Mr. Ryan Coleman City of Columbia Office of Economic Development 1201 Main Street, Suite 250 Columbia SC Mr. Stanley Cox Career Training Concepts 214 St. James Avenue #110 Goose Creek, SC Ms. Tiffany Harrison Fairfield County Economic Development PO Drawer 60 Winnsboro SC fairfieldsc.com Ms. Mikal Keeley SC National Guard Armory 902 Perimeter Road Greenville SC Ms. Mary Lynn Kinley Fairfield Memorial Hospital PO Box 620 Winnsboro SC FairfieldMemorial.com Mr. Michael Robbins HR Recruiter Lexington County Mr. Ronald Scott Community Development Lexington County 212 South Lake Drive Lexington SC Mr. Curtis Thomas Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 1835 Assembly Street, #1253 Columbia SC Sergeant First Class Shaun C. Mills Lexington County Area 109-T Old Chapin Road Lexington SC Sergeant First Class Horace Miller Richland and Fairfield County Areas Forum Drive Columbia SC Mr. Kenneth Taylor ASVAB Coordinator Ft Jackson MEPS 2435 Marion Avenue Columbia SC Ext 234 Ms. Khadeejah Timazee Education Services Specialist Ft Jackson MEPS 2435 Marion Avenue Columbia SC Ext 235 US Army Columbia Recruiting Battalion 2340 Magruder Avenue Fort Jackson SC Joining the South Carolina National Guard provides opportunities like no other to serve your state and nation. No matter what your role as a Guard Soldier or Airman, you will feel a sense of accomplishment in doing something to make a difference in your community. We are neighbors helping neighbors. Major General Robert E. Livingston, Jr. The Adjutant General for South Carolina 19
22 People employed in government and public administration work on meeting the needs of all citizens in a variety of environments. Public servants endeavor to provide critical services including disease prevention, public safety and security, education, transportation, veterans care, national defense, clean water, waste management, environmental protection, airline safety, disaster preparedness and many more. These activities require planning, execution, oversight and dedication. Therefore, there will always be numerous, exciting careers for people interested in providing these important services. Ronald T. Scott, MPA Director of Community Development County of Lexington 20
24 Midlands Education and Business Alliance does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or disability in admission to or employment in its programs and activities.
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