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human resources specialist gs 0201 11 resume example with 4+ years of experience

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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Professional Summary

Methodical and versatile Human Resources Specialist with several years of hands-on experience in staffing federal government organizations. In-depth knowledge of delegated examining procedures, merit system principals, federal recruitment methods, and HR efficiency strategies.

Fast learner & Goal-oriented Human Resources Specialist with 3 years of experience in training protocol development and policy implementation. Accomplished in analyzing agency needs and developing long-term solutions to meet personnel objectives.

Skills
  • USA Staffing Talent Acquisition System
  • HR Policies/Legal Compliance
  • Onboarding
  • Strategic Planning
  • Business Writing
  • Job Analysis
  • Client Relationships
  • Detail Oriented
  • Problem Resolution
  • Peer Mentoring
  • Teamwork
Work History
09/2020 to Current Human Resources Specialist, GS-0201-11 Defense Logistics Agency | City, STATE,

As an HR Specialist I performed the full range of examining functions using the USA Staffing talent acquisition system, which included:

  • Identifying hiring flexibilities; conducting job analyses, identifying competencies, and creating vacancy announcements.
  • Reviewing applications for veterans' preference, qualifications, eligibilities, and other requirements.
  • Rating and ranking applicants; creating certificates of eligible; and auditing certificates.
  • Interpreting and applying HR practices, regulations, and precedents to provide comprehensive HR management advisory and technical services.
  • Performing a full range of recruitment administrative services such as pay setting and determining the legal nature of action and authority to process personnel actions.
  • Developing and delivering briefings and correspondence to hiring managers to foster understanding and acceptance of findings and recommendations.
  • Advising management on recruitment strategies, sources, and recruitment, relocation, and retention incentive programs.
  • Applying pay-setting and compensation guidance to recruitment, relocation, and retention incentives.
  • Providing guidance on merit system principles, prohibited personnel practices, and the development and use of valid selection criteria.
  • Establishing and maintaining effective relationships to gain confidence and cooperation of management on difficult issues dealing with staffing their organizations.
  • Initiating extensive research and analyses to draft and resolve complex actions including regulatory services and formal complaints and inquiries.
  • Utilizing automated systems to perform recruitment actions, publish vacancy announcements, and process personnel actions (e.g. Defense Civilian Personnel Data System [DCPDS], USA Staffing, Onboarding Manager, etc.)
  • Utilizing various classification references and automated tools to ensure positions meet classification requirements and standards.
  • Assisting with making determinations in the proper crediting of factor levels and allocation of grade levels to positions.
  • Communicating grade distinctions to management with supporting criteria and justification.
  • Determining correct classification by comparison to existing standards related to the work.
  • Utilizing automated personnel programs to input, correct, and retrieve data and initiate action documents.
  • Utilize DCPDS to create position builds, position hierarchy, and code promotions, cash awards, time off awards,reassignments, realignments, change in hours, change in work schedule, etc.
  • Use the Drug Testing website to track and confirm applicants have successfully passed drug testing requirements.
  • Disseminate SF75 information when requested. Using E-Verify to verify work status of employee.
  • Utilize DCPDS, USA Staffing, Time to Fill (TTFT), eOPF, DFAS Remedy, to access documents and/or request/submit documents.
  • Answer routine HR inquiries and phone calls/e-mails from customers. Process personnel actions through DCPDS and USA Staffing. Perform clerical assignments with no supervision. Provides HR assistance to staff members and serviced customers.
  • Analyzes complex recruitment actions, troubleshooting and resolving the most difficult and complex problems associated with recruitment and placement.
  • Applies laws, regulations, policies, and practices to provide advice and guidance to officials, supervisors, andemployees on a wide variety of pay actions and application of single agency compensation authorities where applicable.
  • Performs duties which provide full range of Federal Civilian Recruitment and Placement services to customer offices.
  • Provides comprehensive staffing and placement services to assigned organizations.
  • Facilitates mandatory placement programs to include priority placement program (PPP), Reemployment Priority List (RPL) program, interagency career transition assistance plan (ICTAP), and the agency career transition assistance plan (CTAP).
  • Processing routine Federal Civilian personnel actions; Applying Federal Civilian personnel laws and regulations on basic staffing and pay setting procedures; Assisting in providing advice on Federal Civilian Human Resources services.
  • Coordinates with advisory center staff to obtain management information.
  • Advises advisory center staff on difficult and unusual recruitment and placement issues or problems, who, in turn, provide this advice to management officials of the serviced activities.
  • Rates and ranks applicants and prepares and issues referral lists for appropriate advisory center action.
  • Coordinates with advisory center staff on selection of subject matter experts.
  • Qualifications disputes, merit promotion, priority placement.
  • Develop rating factors and crediting plans for vacancy announcements.
  • Processing routine & complex personnel actions; Applying personnel laws and regulations on basic staffing and pay setting procedures; Assisting in providing advice on Human Resources services.
  • Conducting job analyses, preparing Job Opportunity Announcements, and determining applicants' qualifications.
  • Applying fundamental human resources management methods, principles, and practices of assigned specializations and standardized analytical and evaluative methods and techniques.
  • Working in conformance with established practices and prescribed procedures and using a number of guidelines directly applicable to the assignment.
  • Knowledge of, and skill in applying, fundamental HRM methods, principles, and practices of the specialization(s).
09/2020 to Current Human Resources Specialist, GS-0201-7/9/11 Defense Logistics Agency | City, STATE,

As an HR Specialist I performed the full range of examining functions using the USA Staffing talent acquisition system, which included:

  • Analyzing, selecting, and applying U.S Office of Personnel Management (OPM) qualification standards to prepare placement products, issue referral certificates, construct position analysis, and develop evaluation plans.
  • Evaluating position descriptions to formulate quantitative assessments for employment.
  • Verifying applications are commensurate with assessment results and applicable regulations to certify eligibility for employment.
  • Performing recruitment administrative services such as pay setting and determining legal nature of action and authority to process personnel actions.
  • Applying pay-setting and compensation guidance to recruitment, relocation, and retention incentives.
  • Exploring potential candidate sources including reassignment, reinstatement, and utilize priority placement programs to fill vacancies.
  • Initiating extensive research and analyses to draft and resolve complex actions including regulatory services and formal complaints and inquiries.
  • Applying OPM/competitive examining or Merit HR practices and regulations to resolve specialized recruitment and placement problems and provide authoritative decisions.
  • Providing advice to management on various types of appointments and their appropriate application in both competitive and excepted services.
  • Developing presentations of specific actions regarding difficult issues to educate peers.
  • Establishing and maintained effective relationships to gain confidence and cooperation of management.
  • Performing complex fact finding, analytical, and problem solving methods and techniques to resolve problems related to qualification determinations and rating and ranking applicants.
  • Utilizing automated systems to perform recruitment actions, publish vacancy announcements, and process personnel actions (e.g. Defense Civilian Personnel Data System [DCPDS], USA Staffing, Onboarding Manager, etc.).
11/2018 to 09/2020 Management Support Assistant (OA) GS-5/6 Defense Logistics Agency | City, STATE,
  • Identified and recommended changes to existing processes to improve accuracy, efficiency and quality service.
  • Managed filing system, entered data and completed other clerical tasks.
  • Surpassed team goals by partnering with colleagues to implement best practices and protocols.
  • Used eOPF, Adobe Acrobat, Word, Excel to prepare various correspondence, reports and other written material.
  • Serve as a Management Support Assistant in a DLA Human Resources Services regional office supporting the HR mission elements in mail, file, and electronic media duties.
  • Prepare files to be digitally scanned, tracking the disposition of scanned records, performing acceptance testing of digitized regulatory records to accepted industry standards, and providing general administrative support to the Regulatory Program in support of the file conversion process.
  • Responsible for ensuring the quality of electronics Official Personnel Folders (eOPFs) created, imported, or transferred; and image quality enhancement is performed on all documents maintained in the EOPF.
  • Utilize DCPDS to create position builds, position hierarchy, and code promotions, cash awards, time off awards,reassignments, realignments, change in hours, change in work schedule, etc.
  • Use the Drug Testing website to track and confirm applicants have successfully passed drug testing requirements.
  • Disseminate SF75 information when requested. Using E-Verify to verify work status of employee.
  • Utilize DCPDS, USA Staffing, Time to Fill (TTFT), eOPF, DFAS Remedy, to access documents and/or request/submit documents.
  • Answer routine HR inquiries and phone calls/e-mails from customers. Process personnel actions through DCPDS and USA Staffing. Perform clerical assignments with no supervision. Provides HR assistance to staff members and serviced customers.
  • Analyzes complex recruitment actions, troubleshooting and resolving the most difficult and complex problems associated with recruitment and placement.
  • Applies laws, regulations, policies, and practices to provide advice and guidance to officials, supervisors, and employees on a wide variety of pay actions and application of single agency compensation authorities where applicable.
  • Facilitates mandatory placement programs to include priority placement program (PPP), Reemployment Priority List (RPL) program, interagency career transition assistance plan (ICTAP), and the agency career transition assistance plan (CTAP).
Job Related Training
  • Principles of Classification - Octobter 2022
  • Examining for FWS Positions - April 2022
  • Job Analysis & Competency Assessment - March 2022
  • Pay Setting - March 2022
  • Internal Consulting Skills for HR Professionals - February 2022
  • Federal Staffing & Placement- January 2022
  • Federal Employee Relations - August 2019
  • Federal Human Resources Management - August 2019
  • Processing Personnel Actions - August 2018
  • DCPDS 101 - August 2018
  • September 2018 to March 2020 OJT Weekly Rotation with DTRA, DeCA training teams on HR Assistant Duties.
Education
Expected in to to No Degree | Airway Sciences Community College of The Air Force, Biloxi, MS, GPA:
  • 30 Semester Hours
Expected in 05/2018 to to Associate of Science | Columbus State Community College, Columbus, OH GPA:
  • 3.4 GPA
Military Service
  • Enlisted in the United States Air Force, August 2004 - August 2013 (9 years) - Highest Rank (E-5) Staff Sergeant

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School Attended

  • Community College of The Air Force
  • Columbus State Community College

Job Titles Held:

  • Human Resources Specialist, GS-0201-11
  • Human Resources Specialist, GS-0201-7/9/11
  • Management Support Assistant (OA) GS-5/6

Degrees

  • No Degree
  • Associate of Science

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