JOB: Supervisory Human Resources Specialist GS-201-15

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    Stephen Peteritas

    Job Title: Supervisory Human Resources Specialist GS-201-15 (MPP)

    Department: Department Of Education

    Agency: Office of Management

    Sub Agency: Department of Education

    Job Announcement Number: OM-2011-0018


    $123,758.00 – $155,500.00 /year


    Thursday, February 03, 2011 to Wednesday, February 16, 2011




    Fulltime Permanent




    1 vacancy(s) in one of the following locations: Washington DC Metro Area, DC; Atlanta, GA


    This announcement is open to all current Federal employees; former Federal employees with reinstatement eligibility; and applicants
    eligible for appointment under special appointing authorities (schedule A; VEOA, etc.)


    The U.S. Department of Education (ED) is looking for the best and
    brightest to ensure equal access to education and to promote
    educational excellence throughout the nation. If you are a highly-
    motivated, creative individual who would like to work for an agency
    that establishes policies on federal financial aid for education, and
    distributes as well as monitors those funds; collects data on
    America’s schools and disseminates research; focuses
    national attention on key educational issues; and prohibits
    discrimination and ensures equal access to education, ED is the place
    for you!

    The incumbent serves as supervisor of the Headquarters
    Staffing/Hiring Component as well as the Regional Offices. The work is accomplished through two regional supervisors and Headquarters Lead. This position is located in the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Management, Human Capital and Client Services.


    • You must be a U.S. Citizen.
    • Must complete a Background Investigation and Fingerprint Check.
    • Must complete a One-Year Probationary Period.
    • Relocation Expenses will not be paid.


    Additional Duty Location Info:

    Washington DC Metro Area, DC; Atlanta, GA

    The incumbent will supervise and direct the staffing, hiring, classification and position management, for headquarters through a Lead HR Specialist, and providing advice and guidance to employees and managers. The incumbent will also supervise and direct regional HCCS offices through two subordinate supervisors who directs staffing, hiring, classification, position management, and benefits, employee relations and labor relations. The incumbent will exercise full technical responsibility for managing complex studies and projects in staffing, hiring, classification and position management, including especially difficult management advisory services within and outside the department. Supervises a team of human resources specialists, assistants, and support staff providing technical, advisory and consultative services to staff and program offices. Develops the HR staff as advisors and generalists capable of providing timely support for a broad range of HR issues with a high degree of customer orientation. Works with top management to maximize the utility of customer service resources. Provides authoritative advice to the senior HCCS officials and members of top management on employment and job evaluation issues, human resources reinvention and reengineering activities, and special projects and studies affecting agency HR practices. Determines program goals, develops plans and administers program responsibilities for serviced organizations jointly with higher management. Fosters an effective partnership with top management stressing the interdependence of HCCS and management in providing outstanding customer service and high performance in direct accomplishment of Presidential initiatives and agency strategic plans and objectives. The incumbent will have a major role in establishing, implementing, evaluating and modifying the HC strategic plan, hiring reform, and change agenda and participating in activities at the ED/Office of Management levels on issues related to or with significant impact on the HCCS programs and policies. This will include serving as the office and/or department representative in inter-agency and intra-agency negotiations, discussions, working groups, and both formal and informal advisory forums to present, defend and negotiate positions as recognized representative of senior administrative management.

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