THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.
This position is for a HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT, Position Description # D1047000 and is part of the ID Human Resource Office Air, ID Army/Air National Guard.Learn more about this agency
ONLY OPEN TO CURRENT MEMBERS OF THE IDAHO ARMY OR AIR NATIONAL GUARD.
INDEFINITE POSITION-NOT TO EXCEED 2 YEARS. POSITION MAY BE EXTENDED PAST 2 YEARS IF POSITION BECOMES AVAILABLE. MAY CONVERT TO A PERMANENT STATUS WITHOUT FURTHER COMPETITION IF POSITION BECOMES AVAILABLE.
This position is located in the Human Resources Office. The primary purpose of the position is to provide limited technical assistance to Human Resources Specialists within the office and to managers, supervisors, and technicians of the serviced organization for a wide range of human resources matters. Performs work in two or more of the following human resource specialties. May accomplish work through the use of an automated system.
This position requires military membership. It is designated for National Guard enlisted incumbency only. In accordance with AR Pamphlet 611-21 and AFMAN 36-2108, incumbent performs duties necessary to accomplish human resources functions in support of programs essential to state Army/Air National Guard daily operations, training and readiness missions.
Processes a wide range of human resources transactions related to recruitment and placement, classification, employee relations, human resource development, and/or incentive awards. These duties require a technical understanding and knowledge of numerous human resources guidelines, directives, procedures, policies, and precedent situations, which involve analyzing the interrelationships and impact that various personnel actions, in different functional areas, may have on technician personnel.
Provides technical assistance in the area of recruitment and placement. Participates in the execution of the merit placement/promotion program. Advises and provides procedural and technical guidance to managers, supervisors, and applicants on recruitment and placement, qualification requirements, merit promotion procedures, transfers, eligibility determinations, methods of recruitment, and initial employment. Reviews and verifies information on requests for vacancies to determine the nature of the staffing action required and to ensure correctness. Prepares and distributes vacancy announcements. Conducts initial interviews and contacts applicants for dual status and non-dual status employment and furnishes information regarding vacancies and mandatory requirements for eligibility in the ARNG/ANG technician program. Analyzes and evaluates individuals' applications to determine basic eligibility. Evaluates relative quality and value of experience, training, education, and performance in relation to requirements of positions for all positions GS-07 and WG-08 and below. Reviews, evaluates and develops specialized qualification requirements, knowledge, skills and abilities statements. Assists the specialist in the recruitment and evaluation of applicants on the basis of need for candidates in special categories (i.e., key staff, handicapped, etc.). Provides advice and assistance in restructuring of positions for fill at lower grades determining selective placement factors, ranking factors, crediting factors, and the degree to which each factor is met. Prepares and maintains records and reports and performs post audits and maintenance of merit promotion files.
Assists classification specialist by performing job audits and making classification determinations on a variety of clerical, and technical occupations (GS-07 and below) and Wage Grade occupations where standards clearly apply. Develops position descriptions for restructuring purposes, and prepares amendments and statements of differences. Interviews supervisors and employees and researches pertinent regulations to gain information relative to the position. Performs a variety of support work for the specialist, such as compiling and tracking program indicators, maintaining records on surveys and position reviews, maintaining reference materials such as position classification and job grading standards, Technician Personnel Regulations, organization charts, position descriptions, and evaluation statements, and monitoring timely implementation of classification releases. Participates in processing classification appeals by ensuring appropriate information is included. Performs position control to ensure validity of personnel and position action requests, and to determine impact on position classification and position management.
Provides technical assistance in executing the employee relations program. Provides specific advice and guidance to supervisors, managers and employees on a variety of employee relation's matters, to include resolving minor employee problems. Conducts fact-finding investigations, researches pertinent guidance to assist in problem resolution, and responds to inquiries regarding requirements of proposed actions. Advises on non-controversial issues, such as regulatory and procedural authorities relating to performance and performance-ratings, disciplinary problems, employee dissatisfaction, indebtedness, work habits, unexcused absences, and provides guidance on alternatives and possible solutions.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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