The Human Capital Consultant I is an entry to mid-level position responsible for administratively supervising deliverables and work in the Federal HR sector. This position assists with plans and the assignment of work, implements policies and procedures and recommends improvements in production methods, operating procedures and strategies. Serves as liaison to clients, partners and subcontractors.
FYI is seeking a proactive self-starter to work as a Human Capital Consultant I to service Federal clients. The ideal candidate will have a strong interest in learning more about Federal human capital and growing with the company.
- Track and report on project deliverables and work assignments;
- Deliver contractual required monthly reports for multiple stakeholders showcasing employee deliverables and project progress;
- Articulates the company’s values to existing and potential customers, through proposal development and in-person communications;
- Report on customer satisfaction metrics;
- Partner with Federal clients to tailor and implement innovative solutions to meet their needs;
- Contribute to the development of a wide variety of deliverables (e.g. reports, tools, strategic approaches, briefings, or data analyses);
- Support the continuation and growth of HR projects, overall;
- Provide project support to management and staff.
- Bachelor’s degree and five years of experience in any Federal human resources role; or Master’s degree in human resource management, Industrial/Organizational Psychology or related degree;
- Excellent writing skills (Must be able to supply writing samples);
- Solid problem-solving skills;
- Ability to understand and apply guidelines, policies, rules, and standards;
- Excellent time management skills with the ability to meet tight overlapping deadlines;
- Intermediate to expert Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel skills;
- Strong presentation skills with the ability to speak in front of groups and stakeholders at all levels, including customers, top management, and employees;
- PMP preferred; or Obtain project management certification (PMP) within the first year of employment.