The following list of duties is not conclusive but provides a brief snapshot of the duties that may be required of this position:
- Provides continuing position classification services to support organizations which are composed of positions performing work of a mental and judgmental nature such as that typical of professional, scientific, administrative and technical fields.
- Applies classification standards and supplemental guidance to determine title, series and grade
- Applies a thorough and comprehensive understanding of classification principles and concepts to interpret and adapt classification guides to secure sound decisions on positions for which the guides are only partially applicable and few precedents exist.
- Conducts on-site or telephonic audits, prepares written evaluation statements as required by National Guard Bureau policy, and processes individual actions.
- Provides technical advice to assist managers and supervisors.
- Provides advice and assistance with classification appeal procedures, and assures that appeal packages comply with NGB/DOD/OPM requirements.
- Assists with planning and implementing reorganizations that frequently involve major mission changes or sweeping realignment of positions and personnel.
- Advises on organization structures, classification changes position/employee impact and related actions to assure regulatory compliance prior to implementing new structures.
- Applies comprehensive knowledge of classification and position management concepts, thorough understanding of assigned organizations, sound working knowledge of other personnel fields, and broad human resources management knowledge to identify and analyze problems, investigate and determine possible solutions, and prepare and/or present recommendations from a comprehensive management standpoint.
- Conducts position management and classification studies and surveys following established procedures to schedule, report and present results and recommendations.
- Researches organization and position structures, conducts on-site or telephonic audits, and completes studies for reorganizations, application of new classification standards, consistency reviews, and other surveys for program review.
- Leads or participates in a variety of classification programs including, Environmental Differential Pay (EDP), Hazard Pay, Locality Wage Survey, draft classification standards, competitive level descriptions, and various initiatives.
- Inputs and retrieves data from DCPDS, assures accuracy of organization and position data, and initiates corrective action when necessary.
- Coordinates program requirements with management and other personnel as necessary.
- Performs other duties as assigned.