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    This position is located in the Division of Human Resources Management (DHRM). DHRM directs and coordinates all human resources management activities including but not limited to staffing, recruitment, position classification and management, payroll, suitability, drug testing, benefits, training, human capital, work-life programs, and compensation in accordance with applicable Federal laws, regulations, standards, procedures, and policies.

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    • As the Director of Human Resources, the incumbent plans, directs, and coordinates by providing leadership and guidance to the OIG’s total human resources management program for the OIG staff in both headquarters and regional and/or field offices.  This includes formulating and implementing policies and procedures through a staff servicing the OIG in the specialty areas of: staffing; classification and position management; executive resources, performance management and employee recognition, employee relations; employee development and training; benefits and retirement; employee suitability; EEO; quality of work life; compensation administration; etc.  Serves as the principal expert and advisor to the AIG/DAIG for OMAP, Deputy Inspector General and the Inspector General on such matters.
    • Provides direct and indirect supervision to a staff engaged in professional and technical human resources and payroll work.  Assigns work as necessary, sets priorities, and establishes deadlines for completion of work.  Makes decisions on major work problems referred by subordinate supervisors.  Evaluates work performance and reviews recommendations made by subordinates.  Resolves serious employee complaints and makes provisions for training of staff members.  Recommends employees for promotion, awards, etc., and makes selections of new staff members.
    • Provides primary human resources management policy for the OIG.  Serves as the principal advisor to the Inspector General, Deputy Inspector General, and the AIGs on all organizational, training, and human resources management matters with full authority to formulate human resources policies and programs for, and to take final action on, human resources matters to the same extent that is vested in the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended and /or delegated to that official by the Secretary of Labor.
    • As the human resources subject matter expert, represents the OIG, and participates on behalf of the OIG, in departmental and interagency programs, meetings, task forces, etc., related to human resource matters.
    • Directs the full range of employee compensation work required to accurately and timely process payroll and retirement actions.  This includes, biweekly timesheets, separations, retirements, time and leave administration, etc.  Ensures conformance with policies and regulations, and monitors for consistency in application throughout OIG.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - May be required to support the mission of the Agency.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential

    15 - This position is at the full performance level.

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