at Army Test and Evaluation, Yuma Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona, United States
Job DescriptionJob Summary
The United States Army Test and Evaluation Command is posting this advertisement for the subject position. The chosen candidate will serve as a Supervisory Management and Program Analyst. supporting the S-1 Directorate in the Manpower Division at Yuma Proving Ground, AZ. A selection will be made soon after the closing date. Selection of this position will be made permanent at the NH-0343-03* (GS13).
*There is NO immediate pay change with a reassignment if selected.
ATEC uses salary control points within the salary range to allow for differentiation in the level of positions within the same broadband. Therefore, this position will be set at the control point Supervisory II with a salary set no higher than $128,043 with locality pay.Job Responsibilities
- Supervises a group of employees engaged in management analysis, manpower and workforce development functions. Plans regular work assignments, develops performance plans/appraisals, and identifies employees training.
- Plans, programs and develops justification for current and additional manpower requirements and determines action to be taken on such requirements.
- Controls the utilization of civilian personnel, spaces and management of manpower requirements approved through higher headquarters Manpower Survey Team Evaluation and Work Performance Standards.
- Assists in the development of productivity measurement systems and functional manpower survey techniques in the manpower requirements determination process. Coordinates on a continuing basis with budget and programming staffs.
- Conducts a variety of briefings and reviews for senior military and civilian officials using management analysis techniques so as to clearly articulate alternatives and recommend solutions during the decision process.
- Provides manpower and management consultation and assistance to the command staff/subordinate units and functions as command expert in these areas.
- Analyzes new and ongoing management programs, including the Internal Control Program, Support Agreements/MOA/MOUs, and determines their adaptability, feasibility, and how they fit into the overall general installation management objectives.