Serve as a Program Manager of Strategic Workforce Planning (SWP) Branch.Learn more about this agency
- Leads strategic workforce planning program and policy development, human capital analytics and technologies that support workforce planning, change management, and business process reengineering efforts.
- Plans and conducts special studies, provides advice to other managers on functions and activities, and develops, recommends and evaluates the effectiveness of programs in assigned areas of responsibility.
- Performs work analysis and evaluation of workflows, process maps or similar tools to provide comprehensive workforce analysis of staffing needs as well as recommendations for consolidating or streamlining operations in support of increasing quality and the performance of organizational units.
- Facilitates strategic and workforce planning initiatives for lines of business and offices within the agency to help meet business goals and improve agency performance.
- Produces specialized analytical reports and studies to inform workforce-planning efforts.
- Applies professional knowledge of facilitation, communication, and change management principles to conduct focus groups, interviews, strategic planning, and action planning with diverse groups of stakeholders including agency leadership.
- Facilitates meetings with, presents findings, advises, and makes recommendations to managers, executives and other internal and external customers. Creates and disseminates reports of various complexities.
- Advises leadership on a variety of organizational development areas and strategies.
- Effectively communicates with stakeholders from a broad range of technical backgrounds to including personnel accountability, strategic workforce analysis, workforce trends, hiring/staffing demographics, succession planning and career development.
- Plans, develops, and coordinates strategic planning briefings, presentations and conferences for managers, senior managers and leadership. Ensures that accurate, concise and timely information is available to management.
Supervisory/Managerial: The SWP manager serves as a first-level supervisor of a branch responsible for planning, assigning, and evaluating both routine and complex work to be accomplished in this group. Specifically, this position will be accountable for assigning and prioritizing work, setting priorities, reviewing work, and managing the performance of direct reports. In addition, the incumbent will be directly responsible for coaching and developing employees, including preparing performance appraisals and administrative actions.
A Program Manager in this pay band applies an expert knowledge and mastery of advanced principles, concepts, regulations, and practices, analytical methods and techniques and serve as the FAA agency lead, subject-matter expert and principal point of contact in the program under his/her management. He/she manages programs/activities under minimal direction of a higher-level manager or executive with work reviewed only at completion for success in achieving planned results. The position serves as the principal point of contact on the application of program policies and procedures, with authority to recommend positions, prepare and approve major reports, and develop briefings. Work typically affects one or more organizational units or higher levels within FAA.
Occasional travel - The job may require travel from time- to-time, but not on a regular basis. The travel may be for training or other work-related duties.
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