Confluence Consulting is seeking Human Resources Consultant for a contract opportunity with one of our trusted federal government clients.
The candidate "must possess" the following to qualify:
M1 - The proposed resource must be in possession of a valid Reliability Status clearance by bid closing.
M2 - The proposed resource must demonstrate a minimum of ten (10) years of federal government experience in organizational planning and design, which includes each of the following activities:
- familiarity with the federal classification system;
- reviewing and developing organizational structures in accordance with established guidelines and functional requirements;
- identifying necessary organizational structure changes;
- prototyping potential solutions; and
- suggesting a recommended course of action.
M3 - The proposed resource must demonstrate a minimum of ten (10) years of experience in developing and writing federal government Executive-level work descriptions which includes each of the following activities:
- reviewing and evaluating current work descriptions and recommending appropriate changes;
- delineating responsibilities within streams of work; and
- performing job, activities and responsibilities analysis.
M4 - The proposed resource must demonstrate a minimum of ten (10) years of experience in providing advice and guidance on different types of merit criteria/qualifications and on the effectiveness of assessment instruments as well as
development of such assessment instruments.
M5 - The proposed resource must demonstrate a minimum of ten (10) years of experience in identifying and analyzing business functional requirements and providing advice for applying efficient and effective solutions.
Please do not apply if you are missing any of the above items.
Confluence Consulting is a government focused management consulting firm specializing in the design of business and technology solutions for public sector organizations. We believe that government is about effective service delivery to citizens and businesses, and about the successful implementation of supporting policy. Achieving these objectives requires an integrated view of the enterprise, and a broad understanding of the interaction between people, process, technology, and the information that connects them.