This position is located at the U.S. Labor Department's Bureau of Labor Statistics, Washington, DC.Learn more about this agency
The Associate Commissioner for Compensation and Working Conditions is responsible for the extensive economic and statistical research and analysis embraced within the Bureau’s program in these critical areas of investigation. Participates with the Commissioner in planning, developing and directing Bureau programs of data collection, research, and analysis, and provides advice on matters concerning structure and trends in employee compensation and benefits, and occupational safety and health data.
Serves as a member of the Bureau’s executive staff, with responsibility for broad policy decisions on the Bureau’s programs covering coverage, cost, and provisions of employee benefits, and provides advice on matters concerning compensation and workplace safety data.
Oversees a program of research and analysis into health and retirement benefits; overall compensation practices; workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities; and the changing nature of occupational requirements.
Provides accurate, comprehensive, timely and relevant data and interpretations of compensation and working conditions behavior, including directing a continuing critical review and evaluation of the quality and accuracy of survey data.
Occasional travel - Less than 25%
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