THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 5 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.
This National Guard position is for a HR SPEC (RECRUITMENT & PLACEMENT/COMPENSATION), Position Description Number T5022000 and is part of the MS JFH MS HR, National Guard.
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This position is located in the Human Resources Office servicing Army and Air National Guard employees, Active Guard Reserve and may include State personnel. As a HR SPEC (RECRUITMENT & PLACEMENT/COMPENSATION), GS-0201-12, you will advise the National Guard Bureau (NGB) agency level Recruitment and Placement/Compensation Program. Incumbent performs work involving special projects/studies and provides a full range of management advisory services during the course of the project/study. Assists during NGB sponsored training, qualification development and national workshops as a presenter, trainer and/or coordinator. Participates in NGB level working groups involved in substantive changes to the NGB Recruitment and Placement/Compensation. Provides expertise to NGB on staffing programs, pay setting, recruitment and retention allowances, military technician compatibility, reduction in force, permanent change of station, placement and promotion issues, and other special interest programs. Develops and implements plans to accomplish National and statewide technician recruitment, placement and compensation programs. Provides guidance and team leadership to lower graded employees. Plans, organizes, manages, and performs duties to accomplish recruitment, placement, and compensation functions in support of training and readiness missions, for state Army/Air National Guard daily operations. Cultivates interagency teamwork concept between service providers and the customer(s) to meet State Army/Air National Guard requirements. Assists during NGB sponsored training, qualification development and national workshops as a presenter, trainer and/or coordinator. Provides expertise to NGB on staffing programs, pay setting, recruitment and retention allowances, military technician compatibility, reduction in force, permanent change of station, placement and promotion issues, and other special interest programs.
Serves as the state's principal Recruitment and Placement advisor and technical consultant to key management involving complex issues on the full range of staffing options and recruitment strategies for a variety of professional, administrative, technical, trades and labor occupations. Provides guidance and advisory services to operating managers in analyzing and proposing solutions to personnel management problems. For example, in advising on appropriate recruitment strategies for particularly hard-to-fill specialized professional positions, a number of different factors need to be considered such as the specialized qualifications required for the position, the relative lack of candidates possessing these qualifications, the most promising recruitment sources, the advantages and disadvantages of certain appointment types and the availability and appropriateness of recruitment incentives. Provides advice to management on the potential impact of proposed reorganizations on current employees and future recruitment efforts. Reviews organizational progress toward achieving objectives; provides feedback to management regarding positive or negative trends and recommends long-term and short-term strategies for overcoming employment and promotion barriers. Analyzes and evaluates the state's current technician staffing situation including turnover, vacancies, and current recruiting strategies to identify and forecast staffing problems. Incumbent provides technical assistance to managers in developing justifications for requesting the use of special salary rates, recruitment and retention allowances or other authorities.
Develops, recommends, maintains, and applies state policy for use of such pay setting tools as highest previous rate and recruitment/relocation/retention incentives. Sets pay for General Schedule (GS) and Federal Wage System (FWS) appointments, transfers, promotions, changes to lower grade, and changes between GS and FWS pay systems. Determines the need for and processes supervisory differential pay, in concert with the state classification specialist. Serves as the state senior specialist and consultant on military technician compatibility issues and delegated personnel authorities (e.g. pay flexibilities). Provides guidance to supervisors, managers and military commanders on assignment of technicians to compatible military assignments. Ensures dual status technicians maintain the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS)/Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) commensurate with the technician position held and are militarily assigned to the unit in which they are employed. Assists supervisors and managers in achieving compatibility. Initiates or recommends approval of appropriate compatibility waivers as required.
Performs other duties as assigned
Details of the duties and responsibilities are contained in the applicable position description located online, on the FASCLASS website. https://acpol2.army.mil/fasclass/search_fs/search_fasclass.asp
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.