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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Job Posting - April 30, 2009

Human Resource Specialist
(Human Resources Services Department)

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regulates and oversees energy industries in the economic and environmental interest of the American public. There are over 1,300 staff members working from the agency’s Washington, D.C. headquarters and regional offices in Atlanta, GA, Chicago, IL, New York, NY, Portland, OR and San Francisco, CA.

Current events in the energy industry and the future of energy markets illustrate the need for a motivated and expertly trained workforce poised to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing sector of our national economy. As a specialist in the Human Resources Division, you will call upon all of your training, coursework and experience to provide expert human resource services in support of the Commission’s mission. You will work directly with other human resource professionals to devise new strategies to improve accuracy and consistency throughout the division. You will have a chance to capitalize on critical thinking and research skills as you will be responsible for becoming knowledgeable in hiring regulations, developing policies and guidance for Commission managers. Your input will be crucial in leveraging available recruitment incentives that aim to attract and retain talented industry professionals. By performing research on best business practices, you will be come a partner with hiring managers in identifying and recruiting the right candidates to help accomplish our mission. With the help of your information technology skills, you will also add value to the FERC by leading a task force to automate many of the Human Resource processes in an effort to improve the efficiency of the entire staff. Energy Industry knowledge, experience or serious interest will be a plus for this position.

Additional information
o $ 50K (GS-9) with promotion potential to $ 86K (GS-13); and
o Located in Washington, DC.

o Graduate Degree from an accredited university;
o The ideal candidate will possess a degree with a concentration in business management; and
o US citizenship.

If you are interested, please send your resume to

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