Executive Human Resources Developer
Provide strategic direction of Human Resource Development (HRD) services and activities to senior and middle-level managers and employees. Formulate and revise HRD budgeting, marketing, evaluating, and training policies and procedures ensuring proficient execution of services and activities. Manage an annual $65,000 marketing, training, and travel budget. Design, implement, and manage career awareness initiatives, campaigns, planning activities, seminars, and resource centers; job postings; mentoring systems; and feedback mechanisms to enhance organizational stability and increase employee productivity. Implement, manage, and assess career development solutions to align organizational structure, culture, and policy with individual interests, values, and competencies. Provide leadership, career direction, and professional development to 500 personnel with 100 different occupational skills sets and geographically disbursed in 18 states and 5 countries. Identify employee job competencies by providing occupational shortcomings resolution and strengths enhancement through continuous educational programs. Analyze and introduce interventions to improve availability and consistency constraints to HRD services and activities resulting from geographical displacement and environmental conditions. Process and review binding contract, bonus, and compensation package agreements between the United States Government and individual military employees.