This position is located in the Office of Executive Resources (OER), Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer (OCHCO), Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration, Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).Learn more about this agency
Given the importance of this position, A RECRUITMENT INCENTIVE MAY BE OFFERED.
As a Supervisory Human Resources Specialist, (Director, Office of Executive Resources), you will:
- Serve as a senior level human resources management expert and proponent, who plans, oversees, integrates, implements, and evaluates all activities of the executive resources program and Senior Executive Service policy initiatives for HUD.
- Develop executive resource management policies, regulations, and procedures, ensuring responsiveness to the needs of the Department and compliance with governing statutes and regulations.
- Provide high quality, responsive executive resources services on the full range of executive personnel management programs including recruitment and staffing, executive movement (reassignments, details, IPAs, etc.), position classification, executive onboarding, performance management, executive compensation, benefits and retirement, Presidential Rank Awards, executive bonuses, and incentive awards (cash and time-off from duty); Executive recertification, reporting, and identification of potential successor candidates. Supplies human capital services to all HUD political appointees, including Presidential Appointees, Non-career members of the ES, SL, and Schedule C personnel.
- Provide a variety of high-level coordinative, analytical, consultative, and advisory services related to very visible and complex human resources initiatives related to the executive resources program. Develops key goals and objectives for the program that integrate departmental and OCHCO missions, objectives and functions into the senior executive program goals and objectives. Establishes policies and procedures for accomplishment of the Senior Executive-Level human resources program functions.
- Represent the Department in contacts with key officials of other departments and agencies, especially the OPM and provides HUD perspectives and viewpoints as a participant in interagency deliberations on Government-wide executive human capital issues and policies. Serves as an advocate, facilitator, and policy expert on executive resource issues with the Department, OPM, and inter-agency working groups. Plans, develops, and implements executive resource strategic plans, policies and initiatives. Authoritatively interprets regulations concerning complex executive resources requirements and issues.
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