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    As an executive in this agency, you will help lead the Bureau to fulfill its mission to develop and produce U.S. currency notes that are trusted world-wide. You will be part of a high-skill, high-energy, team with a vision of being the world-standard securities printer - providing Bureau customers and the public with superior products thru excellence in innovation and manufacturing.

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    As an Associate Director (Management) you will:

    • Be responsible for all phases of the management program for the Bureau.
    • Plan, develop, and implement policies for human resources, security, environment, health and safety, and facilities.

    • Provide effective integration and coordination of the operation of these programs to provide optimal support to the engraving, printing and processing components of the bureau to assure the successful accomplishment of its mission objectives.

    • Direct all elements of human resources management; particularly with respect to employee training and career development to include supervisory and executive development; employee and labor relations, staffing, position classification, benefits, payroll services, and workers' compensation.

    • Maintain contact with Associate Directors, Office Chiefs, managerial and supervisory employees, and representatives of unions and employee groups to discuss the impact of operation programs, fluctuating work requirements, and growth and expansion of Bureau operations and facilities requirements.

    • Be responsible for developing and implementing policies with unions or employee groups representing diverse aims and goals.

    • Oversee negotiation of labor-management agreements between various craft and non-craft unions and Bureau management; consults with employees, representatives of unions and employee groups on jurisdictional disputes, and occupational information.

    • Oversee the security programs at the Washington, D. C. facility to preserve the integrity of, and safeguard critical Bureau resources and assets such as personnel, products, plant facilities and equipment.

    • Direct the facilities support function of the Bureau, involving facilities design and construction, operations and maintenance, and support services.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - May be required to travel 1-5 nights a month.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0340 Program Management

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