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Incumbent will support over 20, Soldiers and Families geographically dispersed across the peninsula. Incumbent must have basic knowledge of the laws, army regulations, joint regulations, policies, precedent-setting situations, overall army goals and objectives pertaining to U.
Soldiers and Families assigned to Korea.
Responsible for answering inquiries on CSP from HQDA G1, subordinate S1s, provide advice and support to the S1s and Staff Principals, and to develop professional working relationships to quickly responds and develops proactive approaches to disseminate critical, time sensitive information.
Help develop systems to maximize efficiency and promote standardization. Incumbent must be comfortable with their knowledge and familiarity in the use of current directives, regulations and policies to develop courses of action and provide recommendation s in the form of information papers, action papers, discussions, and briefings for the 8th Army Commanding General as possible course s of action.
Incumbent will also assist in producing, publish, and update any documents related to CSP-Korea. Incumbent will generate information in the form of power-point, spreadsheet, and pivot tables for extensively large amounts of data sorting for senior leader use. Incumbent will ensure those requesting access have the need for access, required SECRET clearance, appointment orders from their O6 commander or higher, and performing the duties they have been appointed which requires access.
The incumbent will also validate all personnel with access to the network containing Personnel Information Inventory PII information are accurate and immediately delete those found to be inaccurate or is no longer valid.
Factor 1, Knowledge required by the Position: Levelpoints Performs a wide range of military HR concepts, principles, laws, regulation, and practices.
An incumbent applies wide range of military knowledge of and skill in military HR specialization concepts, practices, regulation, precedents, and procedures; special authority to make independent decisions and strategies. Incumbent will assist in researching, analyzing, evaluating, and recommending appropriate resolutions to complex interrelated military HR problems and issues.
Incumbent must also be able to conduct detailed analyses of complex functions of CSP for the entire 8th Army and its subordinate commands. Incumbent must have the extensive knowledge of and ability to interpret; apply laws, regulations, policies, and practices to provide advice and guidance to 8th Army Commanding General and senior leaders on a variety of military HR functions.
Knowledge of all major functions of military HR management including mission, functions, processes, methods and procedures.
The incumbent must also have excellent ability to communicate orally and in writing. Incumbent must have knowledge of contracting to make managerial decisions, set work standards, and conduct performance evaluations for contractors.
Incumbent will also have to be extremely knowledgeable of current army database systems to query, retrieves, and analyzes information in order to complete assignments. Factor 2, Supervisory Controls: Incumbent and HRSD Command Sponsorship supervisor, in consultation, discuss timeframes, scope of the assignment including possible stages, and possible approaches.
The Eighth Army G1 HRSD Command Sponsorship supervisor reviews completed work for soundness of overall approach, effectiveness in meeting requirements or producing expected results, the feasibility of recommendations, and adherence to requirements.
Incumbent will supervise four employees that will be responsible for processing all CS transactions. Incumbent must research regulations, and determine their relationship with various study and project objectives.
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Assist managing the Eighth Army G1 Awards Program with all backlogged awards, foreign service award concurrence memorandum requests to the US Embassy Seoul, Korea and to the G2 INSCOM Security Vetting Office at Fort Belvoir, VA; Creates and maintains a master tracking list for the Embassy Concurrences and G2 Security Concurrence .