Organizational Location: This position is with the Department of Homeland Security, within U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Enterprise Services.Learn more about this agency
The salary range for this position is $132,552 to $199,300.00 per annum. The total compensation package includes other benefits and options.
Total employer paid contributions are worth approximately $20,000 - $27,000 excluding paid vacation and sick leave, paid holidays, and performance-based bonuses.
Note: This amends vacancy announcement EXSER/21-11092825-CBP to change the closing
date from 06-07-21 to 06-21-21.
As Executive Director, Human Resources Policy and Programs Directorate (HRPPD), you will oversee four divisions within the Office of Human Resources Management (HRM) and be responsible for the development and management of agency-wide human resources management policies and operational programs to support U.S. Customs and Border Protection's (CBP) workforce. This includes the implementation, management, review, and revision of agency human resources policies, as well as providing leadership to labor and employee relations programs at the national and local levels and to operational programs, including retirement, benefits, and workers compensation.
In collaboration and coordination with CBP's program offices, you will evaluate the agency's business needs and develop plans and strategies to ensure the agency's human resources policies are effective and are consistently implemented in compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements. You will continuously evaluate policy results, seeking opportunities to implement adjustments or identify new policies, regulations, and statutes that will result in human resources management program improvements.
You will provide executive level leadership to subordinate senior managers concerning critical program priorities, resource allocations, diversity and special program initiatives, and succession planning. You will advise CBP executive leadership on statutory, regulatory, and case law decisions and trends that dictate changes in human resources management program direction.
As Executive Director, HRPPD, you will serve as a representative of the Assistant Commissioner and the Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Human Resources Management in dealings with top officials at CBP and the Department of Homeland Security, building support for proposals and negotiating sensitive human resources management policy and regulatory affairs issues.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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