The Congressional Research Service (CRS) Office of Administrative Operations seeks two Human Capital Management Specialists to join its team. Selectees will assist in the planning, development, and execution of a variety of human capital programs, independently addressing specialized or technical operational issues and problems. Candidates will apply strong analytical, problem solving, and writing and editing skills to support CRS’s workforce operations, programs and initiatives.Learn more about this agency
The Human Capital Management Specialist is responsible for providing and managing a wide variety of human capital functions and programs for the Congressional Research Service (CRS). CRS works exclusively for the United States Congress, providing policy and legal analysis to committees and Members of both the House and Senate, regardless of party affiliation. As a legislative branch agency within the Library of Congress, CRS has been a valued and respected resource on Capitol Hill for more than a century.
The position’s primary focus will be training and development and performance management, but the incumbent may provide support for other areas such as position classification, staffing and recruitment, and workforce information management.
The Human Capital Management Specialist duties include:
Assists in the planning, development, and execution of a variety of human capital programs, independently addressing specialized or technical operational issues and problems. Assumes responsibility for timely completion of program activities and routine, recurring assigned duties.
Analyzes specialized or technical operational issues and problems and recommends solutions. Enters and maintains programmatic and personnel data and information in various automated systems.
Researches, locates, organizes, summarizes, and interprets data and information to address human capital program issues.
Contributes to strategic planning and development activities for various programs, special projects, and new initiatives. Assists with the identification and analysis of issues and/or development of recommendations to resolve routine and non-routine human capital and administrative management issues.
Prepares written materials on human capital management concerns, including reports or other working documents.
Conducts substantive research and provides Information to senior managers, line managers, and supervisors participating in human capital activities, thereby Influencing decisions and actions Involving established programs and projects. Keeps managers Informed of the status of ongoing personnel actions, calling attention to any problems that require intervention or correction.
Serves as a liaison with the LC Human Capital Directorate (HCD) concerning personnel-related matters and as a liaison with other LC infrastructure offices to support long- and short-range planning for human capital programs.
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