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Principal Consultant (Strategic Workforce Planning)
Summary
Title:Principal Consultant (Strategic Workforce Planning)
ID:2099
Location:National Capital Region (NCR)
Description
** Contract awarded. Position is open and funded. **

JOB SUMMARY: CRC has a need for a Principal Consultant in the National Capital Region (Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Reston, Virginia, and Quantico, Virginia)

DESCRIPTION: The Principal Consultant shall provide support services to strategic workforce planning and analysis initiatives to support Career Field Managers (CFM) and organizational talent and position management requirements.  

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES (You will support 1 of 5 core tasks below)
  • RECRUITING AND HIRING TASK:
    • Provide support to career field staffs participating in hiring events and activities including the preparation, execution and follow-up phases. The support shall include detailed tracking of candidates aligned to the hiring pool to ensure all relevant data is readily available to hiring managers and CFMs to aid in rapid future placement.
    • Support career field staffs participating in the execution of the Internship program by coordinating candidate selection with the Office of Human Resources (OHR), facilitating tracking of career field interns to create greater visibility on milestones, such as anticipated end date, to facilitate placement into respective Hiring Pools if the interns deemed eligible for hire.
    • Develop metrics and other key indicators to facilitate the evaluation of the Officers within career fields from recruitment to development and through promotion by providing status reports on the effectiveness of recruiting and hiring plans to assess their impact on career fields placement decisions, training needs and assignment processes.
    • Provide ongoing analysis of various recruiting, hiring and developmental programs within career fields including but not limited to interview/writing assessment scoring and evaluation, new officer training performance and supervisor evaluation score correlation to determine how performance in each phase serves as an indicator for future potential throughout the employees' career.
    • Assist career fields with the development of their unique recruiting strategies, recruiter training, development of recruitment materials, tracking recruitment sources and analyzing recruitment return on investment to allow for successful collaboration with OHR.
  • CAREER FIELD ANALYTIC SUPPORT TASK:
    • Provide advanced analytics, including visualization of the health career field workforces to provide timely and accurate metrics in order to allow career field leadership to make data-driven decisions regarding future priorities and alignment of the workforce.
    • Conduct skill inventory assessment of career field workforces to allow Career Field Managers (CFMs) and Career Development Officers (CDOs) to develop a better understanding of the workforces's strengths and potential skill gaps. This will enable career field staffs to make smarter recommendations to the CFMs about investments in training, professional development and recruiting in fulfillment of strategic goals.
    • Utilize Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS)/Government Off the Shelf (GOTS) software, programs and automated reporting tools and dashboards to help provide career field managers complete informational awareness of the Talent Management System and Annual Promotion process throughout their career field.
    • Assist career field leadership in tracking the rate of promotion actualization following grade-level promotion panels and to make sound recommendations on investments in workforce development and effective succession planning.
    • Monitor and report on career field "Stretch Assignments" to maintain visibility on the number of stretch assignments in and out of the CF including those requiring placement back within the CF.
  • CAREER FIELD WORKFORCE MANAGEMENT TASK:
    • Assist CFMs with the planning and management of career field assignments including key/developmental positions, management directed moves and reintegration from stretch assignments, career broadening training opportunities (CBTO) and Joint Duty Assignments (JDA) as necessary.
  • CAREER PATH GUIDE UPDATES AND REVISIONS:
    • Support revising career field CPG and Promotion Guide based on solicited input from a diverse cross-section throughout teh Enterprise and feedback from candidate packages received during promotion panels.
  • TALENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ANNUAL PROMOTION PROCESS SUPPORT TASK:
    • Provide support in developing and implementing career field specific Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and in documenting all lessons learned from each panel to ensure all parties agree and understand the process; including specific timelines for all required actions for panel members and officers submitting a promotion package.
    • Support career field workforce communication efforts through the development of customized job aids tailored to the specific needs of officers to clearly define the promotion processes to ensure success prior to and following each promotion panel.
    • Provide support in the management and execution of the vacancy announcements process across the enterprise to support greater career field developmental/broadening opportunities under the Talent Management construct and to ensure sufficient opportunities for employees determined to be eligible for promotion.
    • Assist in the development of tools, processes and training to ensure standardization of CDO capabilities across the career field.
    • Analyze current table of authorized positions to ensure proper alignment to mission and to help in determining skill requirements and associated skill-gaps within the career field.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a security background investigation and polygraph
  • Bachelor's Degree required
  • Fifteen (15) years experience in all aspects of strategic workforce planning
  • Knowledge and understanding of Oracle PeopleSoft (myHR for DIA) 
COMPANY DESCRIPTION:
Clear Resolution Consulting, LLC provides Intelligence Analysis, Business Management, Cyber Operations, Special Operations and Information Technology Consulting Services to the Department of Defense (DoD), Intelligence Community (IC) and other Federal Agencies.

This is a full-time position with employee and family medical, dental, and vision plans, life and AD&D insurance, generous holidays and personal leave, 401(K) with company matching, short-term/long-term disability insurance, and tuition assistance.

Clear Resolution Consulting, LLC is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, any other non-merit factor, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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