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    This position is located at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), Wage and Hour Division (WHD), in the Office of Planning, Performance Evaluation, and Training.

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    The incumbent functions as the principal career advisor to the Administrator and Deputy Administrator and provides executive-level leadership and direction to subordinate office directors in all matters related to strategic and operational planning, performance management, partnership program administration, communication and liaison activities, and data management.

    The Assistant Administrator provides executive-level direction and oversight in the development, implementation, monitoring, modification, and evaluation of the WHD’s strategic plan and Government Performance and Results Act strategic objectives; and the management, development, and analysis of performance-based measures.

    Provides executive leadership and direction for, and manages the implantation of, WHD comprehensive long and short-term strategic objectives and annual performance plans. Oversees the review and evaluation of objectives, plan implementation, and the preparation of modifications to the goals and strategies, including formulation and periodic evaluation of objectives, measures, and priorities.

    Oversees the conduct, administration, and management of the WHD partnership program, including the evaluation of and reporting on partnership activities and their contributions to program objectives.

    Provides executive leadership for new program initiatives and alternative program approaches related to strategic plan development and implementation, partnership activities, and compliance assistance consistent with the policy and direction provided by the WHD Administrator.

    Provides executive leadership in program evaluation activities of major significance to the operation, legitimacy, and ultimate improvement of WHD's training program. Evaluation studies also address the currency, quality, effectiveness of the training program, and the optimum use of staff and funding resources. Guides planned new training methods, technology, and content of training courses/modules based on evaluation findings.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Occasional Travel may be required.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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