This position is located in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Region 5, Enforcement Programs (EP) Section.
This position is outside the bargaining unit.
The selectee will remain in their current Region 5 office location.Learn more about this agency
Duties include but not limited to the following:
- Coordinates the Regional Audit Program which consists of comprehensive program and performance audits and special studies
- Leads team members and staff from other Regional Office sections and Area Offices to participate in these audits
- Coordinates and conducts comprehensive program and performance audits to determine Area Office effectiveness
- Assists in the development of the Region's Annual Operations Plan
- Prepares informational, status and decisional briefings; participates in program conferences and committees; concisely and effectively expresses information in oral and written presentations
- Investigates allegations of employee misconduct by conducting interviews, developing questions, and ensuring appropriate follow up questions are asked
- Utilizes the OSHA Information System in conjunction with other resources to evaluate selected performance measurement criteria against National, Regional, and Area Office data
- Conducts fact-finding and data collection and analyses in developing informational and statistical reports on the Region's progress towards completion of the Operations Plan
- Influences the development of new policies and/or courses of action based on audit findings and observations
- Analyzes National Office indicators corresponding to specific performance objects and then into measurement criteria for the Region
25% or less - May be required for office support, trainings or meetings.
13 - This position is at the Full-Performance Level (FPL).
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