This position is located in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), United States Coast Guard (USCG), Deputy Commandant for Mission Support (DCMS), Assistant Commandant for Human Resources (CG-1), Strategy & Capability Office (CG-1B), Manpower Requirements Determination Division (CG-1B4), in Washington, DC.Learn more about this agency
As a Management and Program Analyst (Manpower) within the Manpower Requirements Determination Division, you will serve as a senior analyst conducting systematic analysis, evaluation, validation, integration and customizing of manpower determination processes in order to validate and continuously improve the identification of manpower resource requirements and optimization across all Coast Guard (CG) unit types.
Being a CG civilian makes you a valuable member of the team. Some of the typical work assignments include:
- Conducting manpower requirements analyses and trade studies for CG elements (both existing and in acquisition) to determine the proper quantity and quality (i.e. grade, experience, specific capabilities, etc.) of military billets/civilian positions/contractor man-hours and the organizational structure needed to operate, maintain, and support the activities goals and objectives.
- Developing new analytical tools and techniques to improve workload collection, validation, and methodology and improve accuracy of science based analysis.
- Providing expert analysis and advice on complicated analytical models and HR simulations.
- Providing guidance to workload data collection teams in the measurement of workload at all unit types.
- Presenting study findings and recommendations to managers affected, negotiating acceptance of recommendations, and negotiating guidance for implementation of recommendations.
- Developing reports and products that clearly define manpower study proposals.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required
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