This position is located in the Department of Defense, Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG); Mission Support Team; Human Capital Management. The incumbent serves as the Supervisory Training Specialist, responsible for setting the direction for training, support and development opportunities for the OIG. Includes designing and evaluating comprehensive leadership, supervisory and OIG-wide professional development programs for OIG. The incumbent is responsible for assessment of organizational needs, the design, implementation and evaluation of programs that facilitate professional development.
Duties as a Supervisory Training Specialist include but are not limited to:
- Set the Strategic direction and provides executive and managerial direction for all educational support.
- As a technical expert, ensures the conduct of a comprehensive OIG-wide employee development program involving routine needs surveys, long-range planning, and program evaluation of goals and objectives. Defines objectives and interprets policies promulgated by higher echelons and determines their effect on program needs.
- Ensures that the training programs meet financial, contractual, and regulatory compliance requirements. Is responsible for justifying expenditures for training texts, equipment, and subsidized training at private institutions. Influences managers to use training as a tool and a means of reducing operating costs through methods-and skills-improvement programs.
- Applies learning theories, concepts, laws, regulations, and principles, as well as state-of-the-art training theories and practices in providing staff advice to managers. Analyzes, explains, proposes, and defends the relative merits of available options. Uses the full range of training concepts, techniques to help maintain a program that addresses management and employee needs and concerns, especially, in inadequately addressed areas that relate to mission essential functions and objectives, and internal and external policies and practices that promote mission accomplishments. Anticipates management's reactions and explains technically complex matters in understandable terms.
Occasional travel - May require up to 10% temporary travel (TDY)
Who May Apply
This job is open to…Status Candidates (Merit Promotion and VEOA Eligibles)
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