The incumbent of this position will occupy an entry level Human Resources Specialist position. This opportunity offers tailored learning and development activities to include: formal and informal instruction, guidance, and mentoring. The goal of this career development plan is to enable the selected individual to meet the requirement of the full performance level. At the successful conclusion of the development period, the full performance salary range increases to $83,400 - $156,321Learn more about this agency
NOTE: Depending on qualifications and experience, the selectee may be placed at the full performance level upon
This position is located in the Human Resources Office, the Court Human Resources Division, Advisory Services Branch. The Court Human Resources Division administers a comprehensive excepted service human resources program for over 30,000 employees of the Federal Judiciary.
Duties include but are not limited to:
1. Providing advice and assistance to court managers and human resources professionals on sensitive employee relations issues (e.g.,misconduct, performance management, etc.) and the interpretation of applicable laws and regulations;
2. Analyzing workforce data and trends and presenting such information to decisionmakers;
3. Drafting new or revised HR policies and procedures;
4. Working with court managers on workforce restructuring and succession planning initiatives;
5. Serving as an instructor and facilitator for human resources training efforts including classroom training, web-based instruction, and video broadcasts; and
6. Participating as a subject matter expert in reviews of local court human resources programs to offer advice for local HR program enhancement and share best practices.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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