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    Summary

    Provides a full range of HR products and services to address a wide rage of complex, interrelated HRM problems and issues. Participates in development of creative results-driven approaches to recruitment and placement, strategic rewards, continuous learning, or employee and labor-management relations.

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    Responsibilities

    FV-F Duties:

    Serves as an entry-level Human Resources Specialist in the Aviation Careers Branch, performing basic but progressively more difficult assignments. Tasks and assignments require the application of HR concepts, principals, regulations and policy. Participates in the application of merit systems principles to attract, develop, manage and retain a high quality and diverse workforce. Participates in developmental activities to provide the full range of national recruitment, examining, and staffing services for mission critical agency occupations. Typical duties include: individually, or as part of a team, conducting job analysis to develop evaluation criteria, crediting plans; utilizes centralized inventories for agency-wide use; rates and ranks applications for a variety of agency mission critical occupations; assists in the issuance of referral lists from centralized inventories. Researches, interprets and applies HRM laws, rules, regulations, policies, precedent. decision. etc. Participates r1 development of creative, results-driven approaches to employment functions.

    FV-G Duties:

    Applies experience and detailed knowledge applicable to his/her discipline to plan and accomplish assignments. Applies merit system principles to attract, develop, manage, and retain a high quality and diverse workforce. Provides employment, staffing, and compensation services to fill paraprofessional, professional, technical, specialized, and related support positions; plans, coordinates and implements approved organizational structures that support desired grade/band levels and career pathways; assists managers and supervisors by providing advisory guidance on title, series, and grade/band levels; assists management in developing crediting plans and other documentation necessary for the recruitment and placement of well-qualified candidates in internal or external competitive staffing actions; identifies, analyzes, resolves difficult problems (e.g., qualifications disputes, controversial staffing issues, etc.); provides guidance to lesser experienced staff; May conduct research in the application of HRM laws, rules, regulations, policies, precedent, decisions, etc. Demonstrates some independence in planning time and using assigned resources to accomplish tasks or small projects. Drafts and builds job vacancy announcements for the various/multiple Occupational Job Series, (e.g., 1825, 2101, and 2152) for publishing. Generates candidate referral lists. Audits selections ensuring adherence to veteran’s preference; closes referral list when LOB requests list be closed. Evaluates applications and résumés for qualification and adjudicates veteran’s preference. Issues tentative and firm offer letters (TOL and FOL). Initiate hire actions in Workforce Transformation and Tracking System (WTTS) and processes new hire action within Federal Personnel Payroll System (FPPS). Generates reports detailing applicant’s status: outstanding clearance(s), academy class assignment, TOL/FOL date.

    FV-H Duties:

    Locates and identifies qualified candidates for vacancies through competitive and noncompetitive processes. Counsels applicants, employees, and managers on issues of varying complexity concerning recruitment, staffing, and compensation programs. Performs multiple and varying assignments under the limited direction of the HR branch manager, supervisor or team leader. May perform some leadership functions for small projects or other work activities. Applies experience and advanced knowledge applicable to his/her discipline to plan and accomplish assignments. Applies merit system principles to attract, develop, manage, and retain a high quality and diverse workforce. Demonstrates considerable independence in planning time and helping a manager, project/program manager, and/or team leader to plan and use assigned resources to accomplish projects/programs/activities.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - The job may require travel from time- to-time, but not on a regular basis. The travel may be for training or other work-related duties.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    NA

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/550964400. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.