HR SPEC (MILITARY) (Lansing, MI) Job in Lansing, Michigan – Department of the Army



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HR SPEC (MILITARY) (Lansing, MI) – Lansing, Michigan
Army National Guard Units, Department of the Army
Job ID: 217622
Start Date: 02/21/2020
End Date: 03/22/2020

Qualification Summary
Military Grades: E3-E8 Verbiage displayed on your resume or application must contain your own words. You may refer to position descriptions, i.e. the general and specialized experience located within the vacancy announcement, to assist with describing work experiences; however, resumes or applications received in verbatim will not be considered. In your resume you will need to address the general and specialized experience listed below. Please use as much detail as needed, giving dates (months and years) of the experience, position title and how the experience was gained needed to determine if you are qualified for the position.. This information is GENERAL EXPERIENCE: Your Resume must list some experience in each of these areas: Experiences gained through military or civilian technical training schools, within the human resources business programs, are included as general experience qualifications. An applicant must have a validated understanding of the basic principles and concepts of the occupational series and grade. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Your Resume must show at least [ 24 ] months in each of the following areas: Must have at least one year of specialized experiences at the GS-07 level or the equivalent which provided a basic working knowledge of National Guard missions, organizations, and personnel programs. Must have a basic knowledge and experiences of personnel programs gained in a classroom or as an on-the-job trainee. Have knowledge-based competency of human resources business elements and can discuss terminology, concepts, principles, and issues related to this competency. Experienced in using references and resource materials and experienced in program functions such as, maintaining personnel records, counseling, or classification and assignments. Experiences may include performing personnel functions associated with preparing and maintaining position descriptions and manual records, personnel classification or usage, quality force management, managing personnel records and researching record data. Experienced in operating a computer and using varied computer programs. QUALITY OF EXPERIENCE
Qualification factors include education and competencies in the human resources program. Candidate’s competencies are evaluated on the basis of duties performed rather than strictly on the rank of the individual; however, the candidate must qualify for the position’s
established full-time DST manpower authorization criteria. The applicant’s resume package may include military and civilian human resources experiences and experiences in writing military and/or civilian performance reports; awarded training certificates; and official college transcripts. The resume must clearly demonstrate the individual’s possession of the competencies needed to fully perform the Series GS-0201 work, as defined in the applicable position description’s specified grade, duties, and responsibilities. For selection and appointment, the individual must qualify for award/approval of the position’s established manpower criteria, which includes, yet are not limited to: Military Service; Military Rank; and, Military Unit of Assignment. MANDATORY SERIES GS-0201 PROGRAM COURSE REQUIREMENTS To receive a Highly Qualified rating for hire consideration into a GS-0201-13 or GS- 0201-14 (Expert) position, a candidate must have successfully completed the National Guard Technician Personnel Management Course; or, the U.S. Army Supervisors course; or, the U.S. Air Force Supervisors course within the past 36 months. To receive a Best Qualified rating for hire consideration into a GS-0201-13 or GS- 0201-14 (Expert) position, a candidate must have successfully completed the National Guard Fiscal Law course within the past 36 months. To receive a Qualified rating for hire consideration into a GS-0201-13 or GS-0201- 14 (Expert) position, a candidate must have successfully completed the U.S. Army or U.S. Air Force civilian or military human resources course program within the past 36 months. FORMAL HUMAN RESOURCES CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS
To rate as a Highly or Best qualified candidate for initial hire, promotion, or management directed reassignment into a GS-0201-13 or GS-0201-14 position, a candidate must have successfully completed at least one of the GS-0201 course program requirements, (as cited above) and working towards a certification in one of the following Human Resources Certification Programs: Senior Professional in Human Resources; Professional in Human Resources; Human Resource Certified Professional or Senior Certified Professional; Global Professional in Human Resources; or, another comparable certification.
If a DS Technician is hired as a minimally qualified GS-0201-13 or GS-0201-14, the Condition of Continued Employment requires the DS Technician to complete at least one of the human resources certification programs; and, successfully complete at least one of the Human Resources, Series GS-0201, Course Programs, as indicated below, within 12 Months of initial hire, promotion, or management directed appointment into the GS-0201 Expert Position: The National Guard Technician Personnel Management Course; the U.S. Army Supervisors Course/or/the U.S. Air Force Supervisors Course; the National Guard Fiscal Law Course; and, the U.S. Army or U.S. Air Force Civilian Human Resources or Military Personnel Course. MILITARY REQUIREMENTS
The DST position’s unit of assignment is determined by the applicable service manpower, classification, and military qualification requirements. In conjunction with the DST Civil Service appointment, the employee is assigned to a specific manpower authorized DST unit assignment and military position, in accordance with statutes and the US Army and US Air Force skill classification directives, and the National Guard Bureau regulations. The DST’s unit of assignment position, identified as a full-time Civil Service Series (General Service or Federal Wage) position is further defined by its authorized military skill(s), as determined by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OUSD), DoD Occupational Data Base, which is managed by the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC). This Manpower Center serves to collate personnel, manpower, training, financial, and other data for the Department of Defense (DoD). The DMDC’s primary function is to support the information management needs of the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness (OUSD P&R) and its predecessors. For continued employment, the dual status technician employee must obtain and maintain all service specific military requirements in training and education, within the first 12 months of hire into the GS-0201 DTS position.

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