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Career Development Opportunities

Recent Announcements

Continuing Education (Tuition Reimbursement) Program for Inspectors

Food Inspectors and non-supervisory Consumer Safety Inspectors interested in taking undergraduate college-level courses related to food safety, food science, and animal or meat sciences may qualify for tuition reimbursement through the Continuing Education Program (CEP). You must register to participate. Registration begins October 22 –November 19, 2018 for spring 2019 semester courses that begin January 1 – April 30, 2019. All courses must be approved by the CEP at the time of registration and upon course completion, a grade of a C or better is required for tuition reimbursement. All classes must be taken on an employee's personal time from an accredited college or university. Applicants must have a minimum of 1 year of service with FSIS and be a full-time employee in good standing. For questions and requests for applications, contact Misty Richardson at ContinuingEducationProgram@fsis.usda.gov or (202) 418-8835. Please print and post for employees without email access.


Need Help with WebTA?

For assistance with Time and Attendance software, call FSIS FSC at 1-800-949-3964 or email FSCGeneral@fsis.usda.gov


Visit FSIS on LinkedIn!

Our page highlights the people, positions and benefits available at FSIS and gives visitors a glimpse of what life is like as an FSIS employee. LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional social network. Follow us to stay up-to-date.

  • Another social media milestone: FSIS' Twitter account achieved a major and significant milestone by reaching one million followers.Are you among them?
  • FSIS is now on Pinterest.

FSIS Onboarding Manual

As part of FSIS’ internal communication plan, we have collaborated with offices across the Agency on an FSIS Onboarding Manual for new employees. The manual contains thorough and vital information about USDA, FSIS, employee benefits, pay and leave, forums available to employees, employee development, web-based tools, expected conduct, travel and an onboarding checklist. The manual will help each new employee obtain a better understanding of USDA as a department, FSIS as an agency, and the various benefits of federal employment. If you have any questions about this initiative, please contact Veronika Medina.

Also Available on YouTube:

FSIS New Orientation Program Video. Provides new employees with an overview of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Food Safety and Inspection Service.

 

Last Modified Jun 25, 2019