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    Incumbent is responsible for coordinating, monitoring, and processing Full Scale, Wage Change, and special wage surveys for Nonappropriated Fund wage setting. Travels to host activity for orientation briefing of Local Wage Survey Committee/Board (LWSC/B) and Installation Commanders; trains local wage survey data collectors; reviews wage data collected. Advises LWSC/B on the review of wage data forms for job matches, company acceptability, and internal alignment of jobs, and resolves any procedural questions or problems. Analyzes wage data, proposes wage lines and prepares exhibits for the review of supervisor.
    May conduct complex and sensitive surveys requiring expertise and sound judgment to resolve conflicts or problems with installation commands, unions, and private industry firms. Plans and carries out studies to develop or improve the wage setting practices and programs of the DCPAS-Wage and Salary Division.
    Makes telephone contacts with establishments to explain the survey process, procure participation, and set up appointments. May conduct on-site, in-depth interviews with private industry officials to obtain detailed information and wage data for Full Scale, Wage Change, and special wage surveys.

    Travel Required

    50% or less - You will be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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