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    Summary

    This position is a Supervisory Human Resources (HR) Specialist located in the Office of Human Resources and Security, Administrative
    Management Section, Civil Rights Division. Working under the direction of the Human Resources Officer, the incumbent provides technical and
    administrative supervision of subordinates. Provides HR support in matters related to employee recognition, benefits, leave, time and
    attendance, payroll, employee records, employee relations, and labor relations.

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    Responsibilities

    Plans, organizes, and supervises the duties necessary to accomplish activities related to employee recognition, benefits, leave, time and
    attendance, payroll, employee records, conduct, performance, attendance, and labor relations. Provides expert advice and counsel to Division
    supervisors and managers. Develops and implements innovative approaches to particular management requirements. Integrates subordinate
    programs into the management and administrative processes of the Division. Develops and/or reviews or comments on administrative
    issuances. Provides appropriate training to staff. Attracts, develops, and motivates a small, but important, subordinate staff.
    The core duties and responsibilities of the Supervisory Human Resources Specialist are:
    1. Serves as the Division's technical representative when addressing employee and labor relations issues.
    2. Provides guidance and direction to employees, supervisors, and managers in the development of solutions to problems dealing with
    employee recognition, benefits, retirement, performance evaluations, employee records, and payroll.
    3. Provides proactive programmatic supervision - in conjunction and coordination with OEC - in the areas of conduct, performance,
    absenteeism, and grievances. As a technical representative to managers, exercises expert knowledge in the employee relations
    program in order to provide guidance on proposed actions.
    4. Participates in the development of policy and procedural documents for the Division. Provides advice and recommendations on a
    variety of human capital issues, including those of a complex or sensitive nature.
    5. Initiates, monitors, and reviews official personnel records to ensure the accuracy and quality of the actions.
    6. Provides advice and counseling on all aspects of benefits to employees.
    7. Serves as technical expert on reduction-in-force and severance pay matters.
    8. Reviews records to ensure that employees are placed in the correct retirement system upon entry on duty.
    9. Provides expert guidance and direction to managers, supervisors, and employees regarding matters related to payroll and time and
    attendance.
    10. Serves as the Primary Point of Contact for the Attorney General's Awards Program and administers the Division's Awards Program.
    11. Monitors the Division's Performance Management and Flexible Work Options Programs.
    12. Monitors within-grade step increase projections and brings problematic cases to the attention of the supervisor, manager, and OEC.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    14

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/534241400. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.