About the Agency
The incumbent serves as Chief of the Information Management Branch in PPIM, and leads strategic planning as it relates to OHR’s automated personnel systems. The incumbent leads the OHR effort on Data quality, coordinating with other divisions to ensure joint accountability and ownership of data in OHRs automated personnel systems. The incumbent plans, manages, and directs the functions of the HR Information Management Branch, directing staff to develop, administer and maintain surveillance over automated systems and procedures.
As the Supervisory Human Resources Specialist for the Policy, Planning and Information Management Division you will:
Manages the Agency’s HR automated personnel systems. Establishes performance targets for the Branch, and allocates work optimally among employees. Ensures staff is trained, utilized, appraised and rewarded in accordance with Agency systems and procedures. Works to prevent and resolve personnel problems in a timely manner. Ensures subordinates are trained and fully comply with the provisions of the safety regulations.
Leads the development of OHR’s IT roadmap, including short-term and long-range plans – determining the need for development of new systems design, or redesign of existing systems to meet Human Resources Personnel Management needs, and the manpower planning system.
Develops and oversees the implementation of HR IT project activities and infrastructure to align agency internal business practices with government-wide regulations and policies.
Directs the implementation of quality assurance processes and ensures compliance with Federal enterprise architecture laws, regulations, policies, standards, and technical procedures.
Participate as a key member developing, testing and implementing USAID's Human Resources management information systems and related processes.
Provide technical advice and counsel to HR Senior Management and DOS colleagues on matters relating to new or modified basic policies and programs that affect current and existing functions and programs.
Represent the Office of Human Resources on USAID committees relative to equipment and system software policy and technology planning. Represents HR on interagency workgroups established to develop government-wide IT solutions to critical issues. Provide first-line communications including problem determination and problem resolution. Make recommendations for resolving HR information technology issues and requirements.