The application period for this position is now closed.
The National Security Innovation Network (NSIN) is hiring a full-time Human Resources Analyst. Applications due August 7, 2020.
About Your New Team
NSIN is a U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) organization with the mission to build networks of innovators that generate new solutions to national security problems. NSIN does this by building communities of non-traditional defense problem solvers from the academic and venture communities, exposing these communities to national security problems through direct interaction with DoD end users, and supporting the further development and transition of these solutions into the DOD. The principal way in which NSIN achieves its mission is through three mutually supporting portfolios of programs: National Service, Collaboration, and Acceleration. NSIN’s Regional Network Team will be physically located in more than 35 different locations throughout the United States and is responsible for building the new communities of problem-solvers through which NSIN executes its programs.
NSIN’s commitment to diversity and an inclusive work environment extends beyond our network to our team. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, or other non-merit factor.
About Your New Role
NSIN is looking for a Human Resources Analyst to help us scale. The HR Analyst will do this by helping manage and facilitate the staffing of NSIN’s operations and teams. You will primarily provide this support by managing at least the following four verticals of work: 1) facilitating NSIN’s hiring and staffing processes, 2) facilitating performance review processes, 3) analyzing NSIN’s human staffing data, and 4) working to continually improve NSIN’s staffing and human capital efforts.
NSIN is quickly growing, and as such the primary responsibility of the Human Resources Analyst will be facilitating NSIN’s hiring and staffing processes. These processes are managed by NSIN’s Chief of Staff, and you will work closely with the Chief in these efforts. This will include but not be limited to reviewing crafted hiring announcements, working with NSIN supervisors to help them successfully navigate NSIN’s hiring processes, working with departmental and contractor hiring partners to facilitate the finalization of NSIN staffing actions, and facilitating NSIN’s interview processes. (65-70%)
You will also help facilitate NSIN’s performance review processes in coordination with NSIN’s Chief of Staff. This will involve facilitating internal reviews and working with NSIN’s partners to ensure that both NSIN and NSIN’s partners are receiving the value needed by the review processes. (10-15%)
You will also have the exciting task of helping NSIN’s staffing and human resources efforts become better informed by data. In doing so, you will work with NSIN’s data cell and Chief of staff to regularly produce useful data concerning NSIN’s staffing and human resources efforts. (10%)
You will also work with NSIN’s Chief of Staff to regularly improve NSIN’s staffing efforts by producing staffing and team building recommendations for the Chief of Staff and other key organizational leaders’ consideration. NSIN is always improving the way it operates, and in this role you will play a key part in this effort (10%)
To Crush this Role, You’ll Need to Bring
- A deep passion for NSIN’s work and mission;
- Prior experience working in U.S. Government hiring and staffing processes;
- Ability to work with contractors as they navigate local, state, and federal laws involving employment, HR, and HR policies;
- Proven track record working to staff organizational operations;
- Ability to plan, coordinate, and administer complex administrative systems and processes.
- A self-driven attitude towards getting things done;
- Strong interpersonal and partnership management skills;
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills;
- Strong communications skills, including oral and written skills;
- Foresight, maturity, and the ability to negotiate amicable solutions to complex problems;
- A willingness and aptitude to operate successfully as part of a remote, team-based culture;
- An unquenchable passion to change the way that DOD solves its problems. NSIN is engaged in hard work and there are long, tough days when making change;
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, Google G-Suite or related administrative and office software;
- Proficient with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s employee management software; and
- Bachelor’s degree or commensurate experience. Degree in Human Resources Management, related field is a plus.
This position is a federal contractor position with GS-12 Level Compensation.
How To Apply:
The application period for this position is now closed. —