The Contractor shall perform as the manpower point of contact for the F-15 Division and functional offices for conducting organizational and process related manpower requirements and programs. The Contractor shall respond to branch and division requests to develop and coordinate all project plans for the F-15.
Essential Job Functions:
The Contractor shall independently develop a manpower requirement determinant using modeling tools or other statistical methods to provide insight to F-15 Division leadership. The Contractor shall evaluate process measurement results for applicability and accuracy, to include historical manpower, personnel, and workload data based on measurement plans and applicable USAF instructions. The Contractor shall recommend solutions to improve processes and maximize mission accomplishment through efficient resource utilization.
The Contractor shall assist in preparing manpower products; ensuring directed documentation for acquisition services is adhered to effectively meet mission requirements.
The Contractor shall research a variety of manpower, civilian position management, and military data to validate mission requirements. The Contractor shall assist the military and civilian project leads for the F-15 Division. This support includes response to management to develop and coordinate all project plans for military and civilian actions, permanent changes of assignment, permanent changes of station, requisitions, by-name-requests, answering of questions, interpreting data, and providing background data for military and civilian requirements. The Contractor shall assist with development of military and civilian determinants, process improvements, organizational changes, and other organizational performance consultant studies.
The Contractor shall regularly meet with management officials to discuss HR status and to stay abreast of HR, functional issues, new workloads, long-range personnel end- state requirements, HR problems encountered and other matters that would impact civilian employees and military members within the F-15 Division.
The Contractor shall review Standard Core Personnel Documents (SCPDs) and Position Requirements Documents (PRDs), prepare hierarchical and organization charts, and prepare/review/interpret Unit Manpower Documents (UMDs) for F-15 Government supervisors. The Contractor shall advise management on the impacts that reclassification or restructuring of positions may have on other positions within the organization, manpower requirements, overall organizational structure, and/or CME resources.
The Contractor shall respond to HR requests to present and coordinate all HR requirements for the F-15. The Contractor shall represent the F-15 with various functional area organizations to maintain HR programs and establish, develop, and maintain effective working relationships with all customers. This support includes meeting with key customers and coordinating officials to assess customer satisfaction, explaining organization policy and procedures, resolving problems that arise, and conveying HR guidance.
The Contractor shall manage the appraisal and recognition program within the F- 15 Division. The Contractor shall draft and review Officer Performance Reports (OPRs), Enlisted Performance Reports (EPRs), and shall manage schedules for reviews and submittal deadlines.
The Contractor shall work with managers to write award nominations, decorations, and other recognitions.
The Contractor shall work with knowledge managers to create enhanced reporting tools and dashboards, incorporating data sources across multiple platforms, providing more comprehensive and timely performance results to leadership.
Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
A High School Diploma plus 16 years of experience eight of which must be in the DoD, an Associate’s Degree plus 10 years, a Bachelor’s Degree plus 8 years of experience or a Master’s Degree plus 6 years of experience is required.
Active Secret clearance.