The incumbent performs a variety of staff support and program duties for the Office of Compliance, Division of Enforcement A. The incumbent is responsible for day to-day support functions and program activities such as:
Supports managers in the implementation, control, and assessment of the impact of such programs as flexiplace, special personnel efforts, new travel policies, relocation or realignment of Office of Compliance organizations, changed procurement requirements, telecommunication capabilities, automation of administrative processes and management information projects;
Plans, prepares, and arranges for specialists from other organizations to present large group training sessions or conferences or to provide this training personally, including schedules, invitations, and evaluation of results.
Serves as a point of contact for the Office, its management staff, and higher level program, management, and administrative specialists.
Prepares special reports, presentations, and summaries. Obtains and verifies information by researching office records and reference documents. Examines, edits, and consolidates this information to be sure it is complete, factually correct, and written in an appropriate style.
Responds to inquiries and obtains the necessary information from appropriate professional staff and files. Interprets requests for programmatic action or information.
When proprietary or confidential information is involved, the employee must exercise discernment and discretion in preparing responses while preserving data integrity and availability and ensuring that access to confidential or proprietary information contained in the Center or Office of Compliance and Divisions client/server database is limited to authorized users.
The incumbent assists the Division and/or members of his staff in planning for and arranging the agenda of meetings or conferences; prepares required travel documents and prepares original time-keeping records for the Division.