Job Jargon: You're Better Off Unemployed
Yesterday I blogged about the entertainingly overblown language that so many government and business people use. As luck would have it, this morning someone sent me a job listing that perfectly illustrates what I was talking about.
The job is for a position known as a "client advocate." I've added some links to help demystify the jargon in the job description.
Client Advocates (CAs) leverage a combination of technical expertise and their understanding of Program Offices to ensure that the technical needs of the Department are met through EDUCATE
Serve as the front line for customer support and service needs
Support the government counterpart by providing subject matter expertise, technical support and knowledge transfer on issues requiring ED Employee (not contractor) support.
Provide a communication conduit between System Owners and EDUCATE Service Management & Engineering Groups
Advise and assist Systems Owners on Departmental procedures, such as Section 508 Review, Security Vulnerability Testing, Change Advisory Board (CAB) and Technical Review Board
Monitor POC Service Desk Tickets and proactively intervene on high-priority, mission critical or unique requests
Act as the Program Office escalation point for address critical issue with EDUCATE and OCIO leadership
Assist customer in design, planning and implementation of POC specific systems and infrastructure within in EDUCATE
Good luck with your application!
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