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    About the Position: Serves as a senior staff member of a civilian human resources team responsible for providing technical advice and assistance in various civilian HR program areas to all levels of management officials within the Installation Management Agency Region.

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    • Plans and carries out projects and studies to identify and resolve problems pertaining to various HR program areas.
    • Continually monitors and reviews assigned region-wide HR management program areas.
    • Analyzes and evaluates program execution at subordinate regional offices and installations; recognizes problem areas; and originates solutions to complex and unusual issues.
    • Provides staff level technical advice and assistance to all levels of management officials within the IMA Region on complex human resources management issues or problems impacting the civilian workforce.
    • Obtains necessary information through site visits, reports, review of known or suspected problem areas and other appropriate sources.
    • Plans and drafts human resources management policies and guides to met the needs and goals of the IMA Region for use by HR offices in the subordinate regional directorates.
    • Reviews and studies regulations, standard procedures, and guides from OPM, DoD, and DA and other requirements to determine the best methods and techniques to be practiced in meeting these needs.
    • Keeps abreast of new developments and regulatory guidance from higher authorities and provides interpretative guidance to subordinate regional activities.
    • Prepares and presents reports and briefings on program status and/or recommended actions to appropriate individuals.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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