The Labor Relations Consultant is responsible for providing services to support a Federal Agency labor relations program, specifically, negotiation/arbitration, to Agency-head approval of a Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA).
The Management Analyst will provide support for the agency’s Working Capital Fund (WCF) management team, coordinate components of the Working Capital Fund budget formulation process, and develop Working Capital Fund assessments.
Seeking Policy Specialist or HR Analyst with 10 years of experience in Federal HR writing and reviewing human capital policies, standard operating procedures, and training presentations.
We're looking for an exceptional and experienced individual who can perform Human Resources Assistant duties for a Federal agency, supporting Senior Staffing Specialists. This is a position for an HR assistant interested in growing your skillset as a Federal Staffing Specialist. This is a full-time contract opportunity located in Arlington, VA.
FYI is looking for an energized Administrative Support Specialist with experience in records management and quality assurance of records to work on a full-time, short term contract with a Federal government agency in the Washington metro area.
The Staffing Specialist is responsible for assisting the Human Resources Staff with carrying out a range of human resources operations.
The Human Resources Assistant II is responsible for performing a full range of technical and administrative human resources management services relating to coding and processing personnel actions.
A Federal Staffing Specialist to carry out full staffing and recruiting services:
- Drafts new vacancy announcements, recommends modifications or edits to existing vacancy announcements, and all related data in the automated staffing system. Posts vacancy announcements to USAJOBS and other job board sites;
- Creates crediting plans and conducts job analyses;
- Drafts recruitment actions and specifies the duty statements including qualification standards, KSA questionnaire, selective factors...