The Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the General Services Administration (GSA) is one of the original OIGs established by the Inspector General Act of 1978. OIG provides oversight through auditing, inspections, and investigations of GSA's extensive procurement, real property, and related programs and operations, which primarily support other federal agencies. Applicants are encouraged to review the work and accomplishments of the GSA OIG on our website, https://www.gsaig.gov/.Learn more about this agency
The Director of Human Resources (HR) is responsible for a comprehensive human resources management program and oversees the day-to-day HR operations. The Human Resources Director will identify trends in staff levels and developmental areas, provides oversight and review of General Schedule and Executive recruitment, and makes recommendations to senior management and senior staff members. The HR Director supervises the HR staff in performing the HR’s mission and identifies training needs of subordinate employees, ensuring the work produced is accurate and efficient. Additionally, the HR Director oversees technical areas, including, but not limited to:
Position Classification and Position Management
Manages and advises on complex federal civilian human resources classification and position management laws and regulations; provides overall direction as it relates to position management and classification support to the OIG; manages the process in which classification decisions are made and delivered; provides leadership perspective as it relates to conducting research for evaluation statements and classification decisions from OPM digest and MSPB decisions. This oversight also includes monitoring classification actions, agency reorganizations, position management, pay administration, position management reviews, desk audits, supervisor and employee interviews and other fact-finding techniques.
Staffing and Recruitment
Independently, and with support from other OIG staff members, maintains continuous contact with the management team to keep abreast of personnel needs and to provide advisory services and strategies for recruitment and staffing. These duties include staying abreast of working conditions such as turnover rate, retirement statistics, staff mobility, gains and losses, etc.; and developing strategic approaches to any issues that arise.
Provides oversight and technical supervision of employee relations (ER), which includes providing guidance to the Employee Relations (ER) Officer in complex and unusual circumstances. Ensures ER actions are appropriately coordinated with other HR functions when necessary. Supports the ER Officer in ensuring that the OIG management team is provided with new and/or changing regulations concerning employee relations, grievance procedures, appeals processes, and investigation procedures.
Retirement, Pay and Benefits
Oversees the implementation and administration of policies and programs in retirement & benefits, performance management, compensation, payroll and personnel processing, and related programs such as recruitment and retention incentives. This oversight is done to ensure that the agency is abiding by and applying laws properly according to the following guidance: Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Title 5, locality and special salary rates; coordination with GSA payroll; within grade increases, and law enforcement availability pay (LEAP). Understands government HR policies and ensures the agency is kept up to date on all policy changes.
Oversees and manages the planning and delivery of Agency training and development programs, activities, and services.
In conclusion, the responsibilities are in part, comprehensively operational as well as managerial.
Occasional travel - Selected applicant must be able to acquire and maintain a government issued travel card.
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