The Justice Management Division (JMD), Human Resources (HR), provides department-wide leadership in human resources policy areas including: learning and development, staffing, position classification, pay and leave, performance management, labor and employee relations, employee assistance, and work-life. JMD HR serves as the servicing personnel and payroll office for the Offices, Boards, and Divisions of the Department.Learn more about this agency
Plans, develops, directs and delivers human resources management policies, regulations, procedures, and programs to anticipate and meet the needs of the Department and to comply with governing statutes and regulations, including directing an accountability program to ensure the Department's human capital and learning and development programs are supportive of the Department of Justice's (DOJ's) mission and comply with applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures.
Provides excellent customer service in consultative and advisory services on human resources management matters, with a special emphasis on executive resources, to the Director, Chief Human Capital Officer (CHCO), senior leaders and customers throughout the Department.
Provides human resources management services for all career executives and political appointees (Presidential Appointees with and without Senate Confirmation, Senior Executive Service Noncareer Appointees, and Schedule C Appointees). The incumbent also oversees and manages DOJ's executive resources allocations and provides technical guidance to the Senior Executive Resources Board.
Provides "world class" HR operations services to the Offices, Boards, and Divisions (OBDs) of the Department. Services provided include the full range of human resources management functions (i.e., staffing, classification, employee relations, labor relations, learning and development, and human resources policy and accountability. Coordinates the human resources management program with other "C" suite and DOJ lines of business.
Supports DOJ Strategic Human Capital efforts to strengthen an organizational culture of employee engagement and mission performance in accordance with Administration priorities and the DOJ Human Capital Strategic Plan.
In coordination with the Director, HR, represents the Department in contacts with key officials of other departments and agencies, especially the Office of Personnel Management (Deputy Chief Human Capital Officers Council) and participates in interagency deliberations on Government-wide human resources problems and policies.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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