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  • 09/26/2022 10:53 PM | Anonymous

    Integrated Primary Care Behavioral Health | ICF

    How to Apply: 

    Visit this website to apply.

    About the Position:

    ICF is seeking a PhD or PsyD Psychologist with demonstrated experience providing integrated behavioral health services in primary care settings and strong data management and analytics experience to serve as a critical member of the team responsible for supporting implementation of the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model of care throughout the DoD.  The selected candidate will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to develop curriculum and training implementation plans related to PCBH team functioning and leadership; and to monitor and track delivery and efficacy of that training.

    The position is currently remote 4-days/week and at the client location in Silver Spring, MD one day per week.  Candidate must reside in the DMV.

    Duties and Responsibilities 

    • Develop and conduct program and project monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities of the Defense Health Agency’s (DHA) Deputy Assistant Director for Medical Affairs (DAD-MA) in support of PCBH initiatives across the Military Health System.
    • Work with a multi-disciplinary team to develop and evaluate effectiveness of PCBH programs that support optimization of PCBH team functioning including functioning within the larger Primary Care Medical Home team.  This will include data maintenance, analysis, synthesis, and written reports.
    • Conduct systematic reviews of professional literature.
    • Apply expert-level knowledge to further the understanding of PCBH team issues in military health care settings and to support implementation and evaluation of evidence-based best practices.
    • Develop training products based on current professional evidence and clinical practice guidelines.
    • Apply expert-level knowledge in approaches to monitoring, and both quantitative and qualitative evaluation methods to the design, development, and implementation of robust evaluation plans.
    • Be principally responsible for data collection, storage, manipulation, and analysis in support of targeted monitoring and evaluation activities; prepare periodic performance monitoring reports and focused evaluation reports. This responsibility often includes working across multiple programs.
    • Clearly communicate progress and findings to program stakeholders.  
    • Produce professional reports, manuscripts, and presentations; and deliver presentations, teach and train members of multi-disciplinary primary care medical teams; provide professional consultation in areas related to primary care behavioral health and program/process improvement
    • Identify key evaluation questions for each project to be evaluated; Review project documentation to develop logic models to guide evaluation efforts and assess adequacy of available data and determine necessary actions to collect additional data to address identified evaluation questions
    • Coordinate with external analysts to arrange and secure data set acquisition from central medical data repositories.  
    • Manage and prepare complex relational databases and datasets to facilitate data analysis and carry out appropriate statistical analyses
    • Prepare project evaluation reports detailing evaluation background, critical evaluation questions, evaluation methods employed, findings, and recommendations; Develop presentations for client project staff and leadership to share findings and assist with action plan development.
    • Work in both partnership with others and independently, to develop complex data processing tools to support information dissemination activities.

    Mandatory Qualifications:

    • US Citizen as required by contract and the ability to obtain and maintain a clearance/Public Trust
    • Doctoral degree in professional Psychology (Clinical, Counseling, Industrial/Organizational, Research Psychology, etc.) from a graduate program accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) or Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) at the time the degree was granted.
    • Completed a professional psychology internship program that was accredited by the APA or CPA at the time the program was completed.
    • Must hold a current license to practice psychology.
    • A minimum of 10 years post-doctorate experience including a minimum of two years’ experience providing services in the Primary Care Behavioral Health model of care.
    • 3+ years of professional work experience conducting quantitative data collection and analyses and preparing technical reports/briefing materials
    • Intermediate or advanced proficiency with MS Office Applications (PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Access), SPSS, SAS, or other contemporary analytical software
    • Demonstrated experience in analyzing, interpreting, and summarizing data.
    • Prior experience implementing data management capabilities for ongoing and new research projects.

    Preferred Skills/Experience:

    • Oral presentation and facilitation skills
    • Experience in one or more of the following: Statistics; Selection and Assessment; Survey Design, Administration and Analysis; Organization Assessment using quantitative and/or qualitative data collection; Program Assessment and Evaluation.
    • Mastery of statistical methods (e.g., standard deviation, correlation, t-test, chi-square, regression, ANOVA).
    • Ability to communicate technical/statistical information to non-technical audiences
    • Experience designing and analyzing surveys (e.g., sampling, item writing, reliability, validity)

    Professional Skills:

    • Strong analytical, problem-solving and decision-making capabilities
    • Superior interpersonal skills including courtesy, professionalism, and a cooperative attitude
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced team environment under strict deadlines
    • Knowledge of the federal sector
    • Oral presentation and facilitation skills

  • 09/17/2022 4:53 PM | Anonymous

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Personnel Research and Assessment Division (PRAD)

    How to Apply:

    Please visit this this link to apply.

    For questions, please contact Lomy Schauffler at lomy.j.schauffler@cbp.dhs.gov

    About the Position:

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Personnel Research and Assessment Division (PRAD) has an opening for a GS-0180-12/13 Personnel Psychologist.  This position is eligible for remote work, anywhere in the United States. 

    In this Personnel Psychologist position, you will become a key member of a team assisting in the administration, evaluation, and communication of surveys and assessment tools used to provide insight into areas impacting organizational health and employee engagement. 

    Typical work assignments include:

    • Establishing programs, initiatives, and resources to identify ways to improve existing programs based on the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) results, customized CBP workplace climate surveys, focus groups, empirical research, government reports, best practices, and other relevant studies and scholarly articles.
    • Conducting employee engagement action planning with program office liaisons and recommending interventions designed to create healthy organizational climates and improve the employee experience and leader engagement.
    • Using in-depth knowledge of quantitative and qualitative data collection methods and theories to evaluate the validity of proposed and on-going workforce engagement efforts.
    • Collaborating with a variety of internal and external stakeholders to include Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer (OCHCO), DHS components, and other Federal agencies as appropriate. Ensuring that CBP's employee engagement policies, programs, and metrics appropriately reflect research-centered principles and best practices.
  • 09/15/2022 1:36 PM | Anonymous

    AIR, Human Services Division

    How to Apply:

    To apply, visit this link.

    About the Organization: 

    Established in 1946, with headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to solve some of the most urgent challenges in the U.S. and around the world. We advance evidence in the areas of education, health, the workforce, human services, and international development to create a better, more equitable world.

    AIR’s commitment to diversity goes beyond legal compliance to its full integration in our strategy, operations, and work environment. At AIR, we define diversity broadly, considering everyone’s unique life and community experiences. We believe that embracing diverse perspectives, abilities/disabilities, racial/ethnic and cultural backgrounds, styles, ages, genders, gender identities and expressions, education backgrounds, and life stories drives innovation and employee engagement. Learn more about AIR's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy and hear from our staff by clicking here.

    About the Position:

    AIR is currently seeking a Principal Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Researcher to join our Workforce Development Program Area within AIR’s Human Services Division to lead a project that is responsible for the development of the MCAT exam along with business development efforts in the human capital and assessment domain. The ideal candidate will have proven successes in client and project management, the leadership of teams, and business development. Business development responsibilities will include identifying new opportunities, leading capture efforts, and putting together winning proposals and teams in the areas of human capital and training. Candidates must possess extensive experience working in a lead role on high-stakes assessment development projects.

    Candidates hired for the position can work remotely within the United States or from any one of AIR's U.S. office locations. Remote candidates will need to be available to travel up to 25% of the time.

    Responsibilities:The responsibilities for the position include:

    • Serve as a project director and client relationship manager on a high visibility and high-stakes test development project
    • Serve as a leader in team and staff development
    • Conceptualize research studies and applied human capital and/or assessment projects
    • Direct and manage complex components of large projects and oversee the planning, design, and implementation of project protocols, instruments, and procedures
    • Cultivate and manage relationships with current and potential clients and partners
    • Identify and pursue new market offerings related to high stakes testing and assessment
    •  Review, analyzes, and synthesizes information using appropriate practices and techniques and/or ensures all projects are conducted with sound practices and techniques
    • Serve as industry expert and contributes ideas and information to support project efforts through the publication of papers and delivery of presentations
    Qualifications:
    • Master’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology, psychometrics, educational measurement or related field with a minimum 11 years of relevant work experience managing and research or related work or Doctoral Degree in industrial and organizational psychology, psychometrics, educational measurement or related field with a minimum of 7 years of relevant work experience managing and research or related work
    • 10 + years project management experience
    • Expertise in human capital and training solutions services, with an emphasis on selection and assessment
    • A track record of successful client and project management
    • Must possess strong leadership, organizational, and interpersonal skills at a managing level
    • Extensive success in writing, conceptualizing, analyzing, and consulting at a managing level
  • 09/09/2022 10:12 PM | Anonymous

    FMP Consulting

    How to Apply: https://www.fmpconsulting.com/join-us/

    About the Organization

    FMP Consulting (FMP) is a leading management and strategic consulting firm. With extensive expertise in both the government and private sectors, FMP's knowledgeable and experienced staff have served as outside experts and trusted collaborators across a variety of clients. Beginning with the firms founding in 1991, FMP has embraced the core values of partnership, flexibility, and service. These values form the foundation of our approach and guide us in every aspect of our work.

    For the eleventh year in a row, FMP has been recognized by the Northern Virginia Family Services with the Companies as Responsive Employers (CARE) Award. FMP Consulting is also proud to announce that we were recognized in the Washington Post’s Top Places to Work in 2020. We are committed to fostering a collaborative and inclusive work environment while providing excellent service to our clients.

    About the Position

    As a Human Capital Consultant at FMP, you will have the unique opportunity to:

    • Apply and enhance your strong technical and/or project management expertise across a broad range of strategic human capital, industrial-organizational psychology, organizational effectiveness, learning solutions, and other exciting projects
    • Work hand-in-hand with our clients to tailor and implement innovative solutions that address each client's particular needs -- no two clients or projects are alike
    • Develop or direct the development of a wide variety of deliverables (e.g. reports, tools, strategic approaches, briefings, or data analyses)
    • Be part of a high performance culture that values client service, freedom, and collaboration
    • Rapidly grow in a constantly evolving and entrepreneurial environment
    • Work onsite several days a week hand in hand with the client partner

    Minimum Qualifications: 

    • A Bachelor's degree in Data Analysis or Business Management, Industrial Organizational Psychology, Human Resources, Government Administration or related field, and 2-4 years of relevant work experience; OR a Master's degree in similar field and 1-2 years of relevant work experience
    • Demonstrated skill in:
      • Attentive and creative customer service
      • Effective communication (oral and written)
      • Being attentive to detail
      • Developing positive, professsional relationships
      • Event and program management
      • Report writing and document preparation
      • Using Microsoft Office Applications (including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
      • Problem solving; analysis; critical thinking
      • Balancing multiple priorities and tasks
      • Ability to obtain a security clearance

    Preferred Qualifications: 

    • Knowledge of federal government human capital and/or management practices
    • People and/or project management skills
    • Training development and delivery experience
    • Related professional certification
    • Doctorate degree in a field of study relating to data analysis or business, industrial organizational psychology, or human resources
    • Current security clearance

    Position openings for this role are contingent on current or anticipated client needs. Applicants selected may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. 

  • 09/06/2022 8:58 PM | Anonymous

    Human Resources Department, Fairfax County

    How to Apply:

    https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/fairfaxcounty/jobs/3690231/employment-testing-administrator-senior-human-resources-consultant?keywords=employment%20testing&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

    About the Position

    Leads employment testing professionals, partnering with departments, to develop and administer relevant, valid testing instruments to meet the succession plans of Fairfax County’s public safety agencies (i.e., police department and fire and rescue department). Works closely with stakeholders to facilitate, design and implement talent assessment and acquisition initiatives. This position requires a high degree of technical expertise, excellent oral and written communication skills, integrity, and creative problem-solving techniques while using sound judgment.

    Primary Duties include:

    ·       Oversees and manages all aspects of talent acquisition and employment test development and administration;
    ·       Conducts adverse impact and validation studies;
    ·       Creates reports and develop recommendations; 
    ·       Collaborates and leads cross departmental teams of subject matter experts; provides direction as needed on promotional examination activities, solves execution problems and removes obstacles, with overall responsibility of examination development and administration;
    ·       Attends grievance meetings with departmental staff; 
    ·       Leads and provides coaching to a team of talent acquisition professionals in the division;
    ·       Ensures quality control in all aspects of testing;
    ·       Manages, develops, and conducts assessment center orientations and post-test review sessions;
    ·       Stays abreast of the latest research and trends to provide expert guidance and to ensure alignment with best practices;
    ·       Identifies process inefficiencies and makes recommendations for process redesign to create a more streamlined practice and deliver high quality results;
    ·       Develops and maintains recruitment and examination metrics;
    ·       Partners and collaborates with department staff to gain full understanding of business objectives, hiring needs, and position responsibilities; 
    ·       Assists with Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests;
    ·       Assists in managing and overseeing the day-to-day operations of the employment division;
    ·       Ensures compliance with state, local and federal laws and regulations. 


    Note: The specialized areas of the position are talent acquisition and employment test development and administration. 

    Requirements

    (The knowledge, skills and abilities listed in this specification are representative of the class but are not an all-inclusive list.)

    ·       Extensive knowledge of the principles and practices of public sector human resources administration in relevant areas;
    ·       Extensive knowledge of human resources theories, practices and concepts;
    ·       Advanced knowledge of Federal, State and County laws, ordinances, rules and regulations pertaining to all aspects of human resource management;
    ·       Knowledge of the principles, theories, and practices of Human Resources development, including group dynamics, teaming and problem solving;
    ·       Knowledge of facilitation and presentation techniques;
    ·       Knowledge of project planning and project management techniques;
    ·       Ability to provide human resource consulting services in relevant areas;
    ·       Ability to gather, analyze, synthesize, and present facts, findings and recommendations;
    ·       Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with citizens, employees and public officials;
    ·       Ability to develop recommendations, reports, studies and presentations;
    ·       Ability to guide, lead or supervise professional or administrative staff;
    ·       Highly developed skills in collaboration;
    ·       Highly developed skills in or al and written communication.

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

    ·       Master's degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology;
    ·       Four years of experience overseeing high stakes testing development and administration, ideally for public safety agencies;
    ·       Experience working with senior leadership and county attorneys;
    ·       Strong problem-solving and decision-making, and the ability to support decisions;
    ·       Knowledge of the statistical approaches and methods used for assessment validation;
    ·       Experience interpreting and explaining validation results to a non-technical audience;
    ·       Experience in conducting selection system design and validation;
    ·       Experience with conducting job analyses to establish criteria for classification and selection;
    ·       Experience supervising professional staff;
    ·       Strong interviewing and assessment skills;
    ·       Strong interpersonal skills;
    ·       
    Solid ability to analyze data, solve problems and provide recommendations.

  • 09/06/2022 8:41 PM | Anonymous

    Army Research Institute, Emerging Research Unit (ERU) 

    How to Apply

    USAjobs:  https://www.usajobs.gov/job/673656800

    About the Postion

    The Army Research Institute drives scientific innovation to enable the Army to acquire, develop, and retain Soldiers and enhance personnel readiness. ARI's Emerging Research Unit (ERU) conducts applied research on emerging topics in the Army, particularly those topics that have bearing on Army personnel policy. ERU scientists develop new approaches to measuring and improving unit readiness, group resilience, and understanding Soldiers' adaptation to evolving technologies.

    Primary Duties

    • Develop research plans and integrate into a larger program of team enablers and human-machine teaming research.
    • Provide guidance to other research psychologists at lower grades and provide guidance to operational personnel in the preparation and execution of personnel selection and assignment tests and assessments.
    • Develop valid and reliable data collection methods using both experimental based observations and subjective instruments.
    • Perform psychometrics analysis (e.g., item/person analysis, equating, IRT and Classical Test Theory-based analysis) and write reports describing the completed research.
    • Review reports of other scientists and contract personnel for quality, accuracy, professional standards, and compliance with regulations and style manuals.
    • Prepare and provide briefs after receiving minimal input from the unit chief and/or team leader.

    Requirements

    • Appointment may be subject to a suitability or fitness determination, as determined by a completed background investigation.
    • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance.
    • Three year trial/probationary period may be required.
    • This position requires you to submit a Public Financial Disclosure Report (OGE 278) or a Confidential Financial Disclosure Report (OGE450) upon entry, and annually thereafter.
    • This position will require you to obtain and maintain a COR appointment(s) from the Army Research Institute -approved contracting agents.

    Basic Requirements

    Minimum Education Requirement: Bachelor's degree with a major or equivalent in psychology from an accredited college or university is required. A graduate degree (e.g., M.A., M.S., or Ph.D.) in psychology is preferred.

    Experience required: To qualify based on your experience, your resume must describe at least one year of experience which prepared you to do the work in this job.

    Specialized experience is defined as: experience conducting personnel research (e.g., hypothesis development, research design, data collection,
    statistical analysis of data including adverse impact analyses, and report writing) in relevant areas of the behavioral and social sciences and experience developing and/or validating personnel and/or talent management selection, promotion, or assignment tests and assessments. This definition of specialized experience is typical of work performed at the next lower grade/level position in the federal service DB-02 (GS-11).

    Some federal jobs allow you to substitute your education for the required experience in order to qualify. For this job, you may qualify if your education meets the definitions below:

    Education Substitution for Specialized Experience for DB-03 (GS-12-13): Successful completion of a Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral degree in a field which demonstrates the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to do the work of the research position, such as Psychology. This position is not a clinical and counseling psychology position.

    Combination of Experience and Education Substitution for Specialized Experience for DB-03 (GS12-13):If you have some, but not all, of the experience or education described above, you may still qualify by combining the amount of creditable experience and education that you possess. To compute the percentage, divide your total months of qualifying experience by 12. Then divide your semester hours of graduate education in excess of 36 hours (total semester hours minus 36) by 18. Add the two percentages. The total percentage must equal at least 100% to qualify.

    You will be evaluated on the basis of your level of competency in the following areas:

    • Education and Training
    • Planning and Evaluating
    • Program Management
    • Statistical Analysis
  • 09/06/2022 8:31 PM | Anonymous

    Association of American Medical Colleges, Admissions and Selection Research and Development (ASRD)

    How to Apply

    https://aamc.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/AAMC/jobs/details/Manager--Analytics-and-Evaluation_10007159

    About the Organization

    The Association of American Medical Colleges is a not-for-profit association dedicated to transforming health care by supporting the entire spectrum of medical education, medical research, patient care, and community collaborations conducted by our member institutions. We are dedicated to the communities we serve and steadfast in our goal to improve the health of people everywhere. The AAMC strives to make a positive impact not only in your career, but in your life. We offer a comprehensive benefits package which features:

    • Significant employer 403(b) contribution
    • Public transportation subsidy
    • Generous paid time off program
    • Tuition reimbursement
    • Wellness program
    About the Position

    The Admissions and Selection Research and Development (ASRD) team is looking for a Manager, Analytics and Evaluation. The team investigates opportunities to provide medical school admissions officers, residency and fellowship program directors and their teams, and applicants and the parties that support them with information and tools that help them make better informed and more efficient decisions, and to do so in a manner that aligns with the AAMC’s mission and strategic priorities. The team has most recently rolled out the AAMC PREview™ professional readiness exam, a standardized exam designed to assess examinees’ understanding of effective pre-professional behavior across eight core competencies for entering medical school.

    This role will be responsible for the design, implementation, and analysis of research activities, including evaluating new assessments and using analytics to identify trends and process improvements related to admissions and selection. You will adapt and apply quantitative research design and statistical tools to facilitate the improvement of new or existing assessments or other enhancements to admissions and selection.

    Primary Duties include:

    Design and execute research to improve medical school admissions and residency selection:
    - Conceptualize and lead research to explore the use of AI and other advanced analytics to optimize medical school admissions and residency selection for (e.g., using AI to improve recruiting and selection processes, creating dashboards, admissions and selection system design, etc.)
    - Design research to evaluate the psychometric properties and validity of new tools (e.g. non cognitive assessments) and evaluate the benefits and risks of new tools for use in medical school admissions and residency selection
    - Collaborates with the content development and psychometric teams and other AAMC units to evaluate existing assessments and new innovations to support ongoing improvement and appropriate use.
    - Analyze data using complex statistical techniques, including AI or Natural Language Processing (NLP)
    - Lead research collaborations with constituents and colleagues at other organizations to investigate innovations in admissions and selection
    - Writes and edits research and statistical reports and prepares briefings for leadership and constituents
    Oversee staff and contractors conducting research:
    - Supervise and coordinate staff and contractors that are completing major research projects to ensure results meet expectations
    - Create statements of work, review results, pay invoices, and supervise the budget
    - Ensures that comprehensive documentation is prepared for meetings of the Technical Advisory Committee
    - Supervise, train, and mentor staff who support evaluation and analytics research and development.
    Set goals and priorities for staff
    - Works with the ASRD leadership to develop and implement strategy for the work unit and is responsible for results impacting area
    Develop resources and present to external and internal audiences:
    - Write and publish research in peer-reviewed journals
    - Provides statistical and analytical interpretation to support decisions and resource allocations
    - Develop resources for professionals within and outside of the AAMC, constituent groups, and others regarding the development of the SJT exam and the use of scores for admissions decision making
    - Present on the research at professional conferences and webinars designed to provide information about to program directors, student and academic affairs deans, admissions officers, pre-health advisors, and applicants

    Preferred Qualifications

    - Time-management skills with the ability to prioritize multiple, critical tasks while maintaining a high level of service and attention to detail and adhering to a strict schedule
    - Skill in managing project timelines. Raises issues appropriately. Identify sources of problems and recommend solutions
    - A Master’s degree is required in Data Science, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Educational Measurement, or related field
    - Minimum related work experience of 8 years
    - Advanced knowledge in data science
    - Advanced abilities in the full suite of Microsoft Office products, Windows, and database environments
    - Advanced R or Python skills
    - Experience managing large projects and complex business processes.
    - Experience managing vendors
    - Strong verbal and writing skills necessary to communicate with a wide variety of partners including AAMC staff and constituents
    - Demonstrates maturity, tact, and sound judgment in dealing with AAMC staff and constituents
    - Able to work in a consensus-based decision-making environment
    - Strictly observes AAMC policies regarding confidentiality of exam information and personally identifiable information
    - Time-management skills with the ability to prioritize multiple, critical tasks while maintaining a high level of service and attention to detail and adhering to a strict schedule
    - Skill in managing project timelines. Raises issues appropriately. Identify sources of problems and recommend solutions

    Remote Work Eligibility

    This position is eligible for remote work in the continental US

    If a bachelor’s degree is required, related work experience may be substituted in some positions.  One year of college course work at an accredited institution is equivalent to one year of related work experience.

    The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative​​ Action Employer.  The AAMC is committed to the policy of an equal employment opportunity in recruitment, hiring, career advancement, and all other personnel practices. The AAMC will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, genetic information, disability, past or current military service, or any other legally protected characteristic.

    COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement

    The AAMC is committed to providing and maintaining a safe work environment for all, taking measures to secure workforce continuity, and promoting the health and wellbeing of our members, stakeholders, and our communities at large. Therefore, the AAMC requires its employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Employees will be required to show proof they are fully vaccinated.  Only vaccines that have been approved or granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the FDA, or listed for emergency use by the World Health Organization (WHO) will be accepted.

  • 08/31/2022 8:10 PM | Anonymous

    How to apply:

    For more information and to apply visit: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/674015000

    About the Position:

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Personnel Research and Assessment Division (PRAD) has an opening for a GS-0180-7/9 Student Trainee (Personnel Research Psychologist.)  This position is eligible for remote work, anywhere in the United States.  In addition, upon successful completion of the internship, the student is eligible for conversion to a full-time permanent appointment with us.

    This student trainee will become a key member of a dynamic team assisting in the delivery of a wide range of organizational, employee, and applicant assessment and development services to facilitate the selection and retention of a quality workforce within CBP. Typical work assignments include:

    1. Participating in job analyses of mission critical occupations to determine the competencies, job skills, knowledge, abilities, and other characteristics critical to effective job performance in the occupation;
    2. Assisting experienced Industrial/Organizational Psychologists in the development, validation, and implementation of tests and other instruments for selection and promotion;
    3. Participating in the administration, evaluation, and analysis of surveys and other assessments used to provide CBP leadership with insight into areas impacting organizational health, employee motivation, and workplace stress;
    4. Applying quantitative and qualitative data collection methods to evaluate the validity of proposed and on-going workforce engagement efforts; and
    5. Assisting in conducting psychometric analyses and conducting research on a variety of human resources issues.

    Contact information:

    If you know of any good candidates for these positions, please pass this information along.  Please note that the application closes on Friday, September 9th.   For questions, please contact Lomy Schauffler at lomy.j.schauffler@cbp.dhs.gov

     

  • 07/03/2022 9:41 AM | Anonymous

    FMP Consulting

    How to Apply

    Please visit the Careers page on www.fmpconsulting.com and apply to the role that best matches your education and experience. Interested candidates may also email wjoachim@fmpconsulting.com with questions.

    About the Organization 

    FMP Consulting (FMP) is a leading management and strategic consulting firm. With extensive expertise in both the government and private sectors, FMP’s knowledgeable and experienced staff have served as outside experts and trusted collaborators across a variety of clients. Beginning with the firm’s founding in 1991, FMP has embraced the core values of partnership, flexibility, and service. These values form the foundation of our approach and guide us in every aspect of our work.

    For the eleventh year in a row, FMP has been recognized by the Northern Virginia Family Services with the Companies as Responsive Employers (CARE) Award. FMP Consulting is also proud to announce that we were recognized in the Washington Post’s Top Places to Work in 2020 and 2021. We are committed to fostering a collaborative and inclusive work environment while providing excellent service to our clients.

    About the Position

    We are currently seeking Human Capital Consultants at varied levels to join our growing business. 

    As a Human Capital Consultant at FMP, you will have the unique opportunity to:

    • Apply and enhance your strong technical and/or project management expertise across a broad range of strategic human capital, industrial-organizational psychology, organizational effectiveness, learning solutions, and other exciting projects
    • Work hand-in-hand with our clients to tailor and implement innovative solutions that address each client's particular needs -- no two clients or projects are alike
    • Contribute, develop or direct the development of a wide variety of deliverables (e.g. reports, tools, strategic approaches, briefings, or data analyses)
    • Be part of a high performance culture that values client service, freedom, and collaboration
    • Rapidly grow in a constantly evolving and entrepreneurial environment

    Minimum Qualifications: 

    • A Bachelor's degree in Data Analysis or Business, Industrial Organizational Psychology, Human Resources, Government Administration or related field, and relevant work experience; OR a Master's degree in similar field and relevant work experience.
    • Demonstrated skill in: 
      • Effective communication (oral and written)
      • Being attentive to detail
      • Developing positive, professional relationships
      • Report writing and document preparation
      • Using Microsoft Office Applications (including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
      • Problem solving; analysis; critical thinking
      • Balancing multiple priorities and tasks
      • Ability to obtain a security clearance

    Preferred Qualifications: 

    • Knowledge of federal government human capital and/or management practices
    • People and/or project management skills
    • Training development and delivery experience
    • Related professional certification
    • Doctorate degree in a field of study relating to data analysis or business, industrial organizational psychology, or human resources
    • Some consultant roles prefer an academic foundation in and work experience with research methods, statistics and data science
    • Hands on experience using statistical software or other open source libraries (i.e. R, D3)
    • Current security clearance
  • 07/01/2022 11:19 PM | Anonymous

    Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Human Resources Division, Research and Analysis Section.

    How to Apply: 

    Interested applicants can review the job announcement and apply through the following link:

    About the Position:

    We are searching for an experienced, detail-oriented individual desiring to further their professional experience in progressive local government, providing subject matter expertise in personnel assessment & selection, data analytics, and process management.

    Primary Duties include: 

    • Uses data to prepare statistical studies, determine resource requirements and program trends, and to develop and implement new techniques, procedures, and operational guidance.
    • Conducts or monitors all aspects of research required for completion of studies.
    • Provides agency-wide advisory and technical services as the in-house consultant to senior management officials on issues involving impact analyses and the Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection.
    • Contributes new methods or develops new experimental techniques that are of material significance in the solution of important applied psychology problems.
    • Reviews and analyzes psychological contract performance data.

    Requirements:

    • Must be a U.S. Citizen
    • You must submit to a pre-employment drug test.
    • Employment is subject to the successful completion of a background investigation, verification of qualifications, completion of onboarding forms, submission of required documents, and any other job-related requirement before or after appointment.
    • Applicants must meet all qualification requirements by the closing date of this announcement.
    • You may be required to serve a probationary period.
    • Selected applicants will be required to complete an online onboarding process.
    • DEA uses e-Verify, an Internet-based system, to confirm the eligibility of all newly hired employees to work in the United States.
    • Selective Service: Males born after 12/31/59 must be registered or exempt from Selective Service (see http://www.sss.gov/).
    • Current Federal employees cannot transfer unused Time Off Awards to DEA.

    Qualifications:

    Minimum: 

    • Degree in major or equivalent in psychology for all specializations except clinical psychology and counseling psychology.
    • Demonstrating a comprehensive knowledge of Industrial/Organizational Personnel Psychology;
    • Independently conducting comprehensive statistical analysis studies;
    • Developing measurement concepts and tools including written tests, methods for measuring and evaluating performance and employee attitudes;
    • Independently designing and conducting psychological studies;
    • Evaluating and validating personnel assessments in recruitment, selection, and/or retention or employees, and in employee training and development, performance evaluation, job analysis or directives;
    • Providing advice and guidance consultative services. 


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