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Human Resources Specialist

Place of Performance: Office of Security Cooperation - Iraq

Human Resources Cell Personnel (1 Opening)

The Human Resources Cell functions as the administrative and personnel center responsible for preparing, organizing, maintaining, and reviewing personnel records; data entry and retrieval; processing recommendations; arranging awards ceremonies; preparing, updating, and coordinating requests for evaluations; leaves of absence; ordering and maintaining office supplies; maintaining filing systems, coordination of activities with OSC-I, U.S. Embassy-Baghdad, the GoI, and other staffs as necessary; coordinating travel for deployment, redeployment, and leave; supports the development of documents and reports pertaining to SOPs, briefings and reports. Human Resources Cell personnel will execute management controls and ensure continuity of operations.

Education Requirements

Position requires at least a high school diploma. Additionally, contractor must have completed a military personnel school (USA 42A, USAF 3S0X1, USN Personnel Specialist “A” School, USMC PASCOL) or equivalent.

Training Requirements

Must be proficient in all Microsoft Office products including Microsoft SharePoint. Must complete the annual DoD Information Assurance Training for access to DoD computer systems. Must be familiar with the various HR systems utilized by the Office of Security Cooperation-Iraq including but not limited to eJMAPS, WIAS, DCAPES, ULN Tracker, EES, myPERS, AMS, vMPF, RRT, eServices, eForms.

Experience Requirements

·       Must have at least 24 months specialized experience involving the administering, delivering, maintaining, advising, and adapting basic concepts, principles, and theories of Military Human Resources to the unique organizational, management, and mission requirements of a Joint environment.
·       Must have knowledge of and skill in applying, fundamental military human resource management principles and practices; and standardized analytical and evaluative methods and techniques in order to provide technical expertise and guidance as well as management advisory services to resolve factual and procedural issues within the particular area of assignment.
·       Must have general knowledge of the organizational structure and requirements of the various services and US Central Command suitable to provide advice to commanders, unit administrators, and military members concerning the area of program specialty.
·       Must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, with individuals, supervisors, and management.
·       Must have experience which demonstrates the ability to examine reports, forms, and other documents to insure completeness and conformity to policy and procedures.
·       Must have experience which demonstrates the basic working knowledge of computers.
·       Must have experience demonstrating the ability to apply rules and regulations to personnel actions.
·       Must have experience demonstrating the ability to communicate both orally and in writing in a clear and concise manner.
·       Must have experience demonstrating application of an extensive body of military human resources rules, procedures, and operations sufficient to process a wide variety of military human resources actions, transactions, and non-standard HR-support work including planning, coordinating, developing and/or resolving support problems in one or more HR specialist areas.

·       Must have the ability to answer complex and unusual military HR questions and issues.