This position is in the GAO Human Capital Office (HCO), Performance and Compensation Management Center. The Performance and Compensation Management Center develops and administers GAO’s performance management and compensation policies and programs as well as other incentive programs, including the Student Loan Repayment Program and the Recruitment, Relocation, and Retention Program.Learn more about this agency
Serves as Human Capital Specialist with responsibility (individually or by assisting senior analysts or specialists) for developing, administering, coordinating, and overseeing GAO’s indebtedness, performance management, compensation and/or incentive programs.
Provides advisory services to management officials and develops agency-wide guidance material on updates and implementation of methods and procedures for improving indebtedness, performance management, and/or compensation program operations.
Develops, modifies, and maintains one or more human resources programs, projects, or studies. Plans and coordinates intra-agency participation and assesses progress towards HR and agency goals.
Drafts, reviews, and/or revises related Agency policies and standard operating procedures.
Serves as HR and/or agency representative to the National Finance Center (NFC) as well as inter-agency and intra-agency negotiations, discussions, working groups, and both formal and informal advisory forums to present, defend, and negotiate positions as recognized representative of HCO PCMC staff.
Participates in task forces, surveys and/or study teams to gather and interpret information and data for assessing complex problems and to determine accuracy of current systems, orders, and directives.
Assists in complex studies and projects in human resource functions involving program development, evaluation, and/or operations and identifies ways to improve or enhance current HR programs to ensure services meet management’s business objectives.
Performs other duties as assigned.
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