THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.
This National Guard position is for a HUMAN RESOURCES SPECIALIST (MIL), Position Description Number D1967000 and is part of the MA ANG 102nd IW, National Guard. This is a Non-Bargaining Unit position. The unit point of contact and contact phone for this position is: Lt. Col. Ken Fragano at 508-###-####.Learn more about this agency
Positions in this series manage and direct personnel programs and execute combat support capabilities for the Army National Guard, Air National Guard, or agency directed joint missions in the core areas of Manpower, Personnel, and Services Programs. Human resources professionals advise and guide supervisors, managers and other staff employees through employment, training, evaluations, and other applicable business program elements. Human resources work involves managing functions and activities associated with personnel, education, mentoring, manpower resources, and organizational structures. It commands personnel and administrative units and serves as front line advisors in the design and operation of programs and administrative systems. The human resources work formulates doctrines, policies, and manages procedural systems for organizations and headquarters at all levels. It plans and develops refinements needed to ensure that these systems meet present and future National Guard personnel requirements during war and peace conditions. Human resources professionals are responsible for training programs conducted in professional development centers, schools, and units. The human resources business directs, plans, and develops the military and civilian personnel programs; operates the Enterprises Human Resources Information Systems; and, completes administrative tasks, program services, mortuary affairs, community activities, and public affairs. Human resources positions anticipate, plan, develop, and execute information systems to support the dynamic National Guard requirements. Human resources professionals formulate manpower and personnel doctrines and policies for military organizations and headquarters. Professional Human Resources supervisors, leaders, and specialists ensure combat support capabilities through the functions of organizational force development that builds and bridges communities with military families during mobilizations, deployments, and demobilization periods. Personnel work involves shaping and balancing the force; resourcing skill requirements; establishing personnel readiness and accountability reports; adapting and applying flexibilities; and engaging resilient plans and support systems to build and sustain combat readiness.
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