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    This position is located within the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer (OCHCO). OCHCO is responsible for ensuring CISA's workforce is properly staffed, trained, and equipped to be successful in its mission: building strong strategic partnerships with program office leadership, identifying key drivers of change, and serves as consultant to developing strategies to address the human capital needs through the entire employee lifecycle.

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    The Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer (DCHCO) serves as principal advisor and consultant to the CHCO and Agency leadership on human capital and all related programs. The DCHCO develops effective measures to recruit, hire and retain employees with the strategic competencies required for mission success; makes recommendations for resolving key, critical, sensitive, and controversial human capital issues; proposes solutions may result in change of policies and practices for the Agency and fully assists in providing executive leadership and direction on human capital policies, programs and workforce with the organization's mission, strategic goals, and performance objectives.

    Specific responsibilities include:

    Oversees, coordinates, and monitors human capital programs and management initiatives as they relate to all aspects of human resources operations including, but not limited to recruitment and staffing, pay administration, classifications, benefits, employee performance and awards, employee and labor relations, executive resources, data analytics and information systems, strategic workforce planning, training and development, policy and accountability, employee life cycle and other administrative services.

    Manages the development and use of statistical information for such considerations as staffing/retention rates, diversity outreach and competency assessment. Utilizes information as necessary to achieve desired recruitment/retention rates and to target quality new hires.

    Provides leadership in directing human capital policies, procedures and business practices.

    Evaluates the effectiveness of administrative and management programs, directs special studies and analyses to enhance the services of the functional areas of OCHCO to CISA customers, and ensures the implementation of cost effective and feasible solutions.

    Responds to requests for information or concerns, and proactively briefs on sensitive programs or activities.

    Responsible for selecting subordinate supervisors and other division staff as appropriate; setting performance standards for Associate Chiefs and senior staff; developing and overseeing the implementation of plans for meeting training and developmental needs; and
    developing workforce management plans to ensure OCHCO is adequately staffed.

    Supports OCHCO in the expansion and usage of human resources data analytics across CISA. Manages comprehensive assessments of the efficiency and effectiveness of the OCHCO business practice, policies, and operations and manages the development of strategies to improve and expand them as corporate tools. Advances the use of technology to improve human capital systems and drive general process and productivity improvements and operational excellence.

    Attends meeting with high level officials from DHS, OPM, OMB, other agencies and outside stakeholders - to include Congressional hearings - making commitments on behalf of the CHCO within the boundaries of policy and regulation.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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