Human Resources Specialist (Human Resources Development)
Announcement Number: DEU-07-053
Application Deadline: 7-19-2007
Job Location: Alexandria, VA
Work Schedule: Full Time
Salary Range: $98,906.00 – $144,478.00 Open Date: 6-28-2007
Time Limit: Permanent – No time limit
Who May Apply: US citizens
Number of Vacancies: 1
Promotion Potential: 14
The SEC’s Office of Human Resources is seeking a highly qualified professional to design and manage a leadership development program. To qualify for this position, the applicant must have been responsible for managing a corporate or agency-wide leadership or executive development program. This non-supervisory position is located in Alexandria, Va.
The incumbent is responsible for designing, managing, and evaluating the leadership development program for the SEC. This requires developing cutting edge learning and organizational development programs for a highly educated professional workforce consisting principally of attorneys, accountants, and examiners. The incumbent will also contribute to other HR programs related to the full range of human resource development (HRD) processes and activities. The incumbent will demonstrate high levels of performance in at least four key competency areas:
- Employee Development: Provide expert advice and analysis related to employee development concepts, principles, and practices associated with planning, evaluating, and administering training, organizational development, and career development programs. Develop program objectives, construct competency models for multiple occupations, set performance standards, and appraise training proposals. Develop a Commission-wide leadership succession plan to address any current or forecasted competency gaps. Assess, design, develop, implement, and evaluate (ADDIE) learning programs, especially in the area of leadership; this may include management and oversight of contractors.
- Oral and Written Communication: Provide oral presentations to a variety of audiences, including highly professional senior leaders, in a variety of venues (e.g., classrooms, videoconferences, formal and informal in-person meetings). Write HRD policies, procedures, and guidelines for agency-wide use. Prepare documents such as mentoring agreements, return-on investment reports, and marketing plans. Develop HRD proposals that may include highly visible, complex, sensitive, or controversial issues.
- Influencing/Negotiating: Negotiate with key stakeholders to gain consensus on the most appropriate leadership development approach in alignment with the SEC’s strategic goals. Construct a business case for improving HRD policies, processes, and resources and gain senior management approval for adopting recommendations. Assess organizational readiness for change and use change management techniques to execute HRD strategies.
Candidate Assessment and Basis of Rating: Numerical ratings for each candidate will be based on responses in the KSA/Competency section of the application. Each candidate’s application will be initially evaluated through the Avue system. A panel of subject matter experts will then assess responses to the KSAs/Competencies. For each KSA/ Competency, candidates should include a narrative statement supporting their choice of their highest level of experience. Ratings will be adjusted to reflect preference for eligible veterans. All applicants must apply on-line through the Avue system.
To apply: Visit www.avuedigitalservices.com/sec/applicant; for technical assistance, please contact the Avue Help Desk at 253-573-1877. If you are unable to apply on-line, you may receive copy of the Avue application form and accompanying instructions by contacting Donna Diller at 202-551-7456.
Supporting documents (e.g., resume, performance appraisals, SF-50, and DD-214) may be attached electronically to your application. If you are unable to attach supporting documents, mail or fax copies to: U.S. SEC, c/o Avue Technologies, 1145 Broadway Plaza #800, Attn: Direct Services, Tacoma, WA 98402; fax: 253-573-9869.
The SEC plays a key role in growing and protecting the economy of the United States by protecting investors, maintaining fair and orderly securities markets, and facilitating capital formation. To carry out these critical responsibilities the SEC employs leaders of the highest quality. The successful candidate for this position will design and implement a world class leadership development program to support the continuous improvement of SEC’s managers and executives. In addition, the SEC must identify and prepare new leaders to succeed those who leave. The person selected for this position will work as part of a team of dedicated HR professionals and interact with a motivated and highly educated workforce comprised of attorneys, accountants, compliance examiners, and economists.
The SEC was recently cited as one of the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government (#3) by the Partnership for Public Service. For more information see www.bestplacestowork.org.
*Applicants must be U.S. citizens or nationals and meet all qualification requirements by the closing date of this announcement.
All applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, marital or parental status, political affiliation, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability status, labor organization affiliation or non-affiliation, or any other non-merit factors.
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