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HR Analyst IV
As the Employee & Labor Relations Specialist you will provide assistance in Human Resources Administration and Employee & Labor Relations at an advanced level. You will work collaboratively with collective bargaining agreements (CBA) between DOJ and its unions that may be reopened for bargaining. Task would include position description writing, personal work plan writing, leave of absence and reasonable accommodation management, and EEOC investigations.
The Facilities Analyst is part of the Executive Office for United States Trustee (EOUST), division of Department of Justice (DOJ) and will be responsible for a variety of facilities management services relative to interior spaces, including programming, design analysis, space planning, and aesthetics, using specialized knowledge of interior construction, building systems and components, building codes, equipment, materials, and furnishings.
This position will support the Executive Office for United States Trustees (EOUST), division of Department of Justice (DOJ). As the Budget Analyst III you will be responsible for consolidating financial data for the presentation of budgets and providing an overview of the financial status of operations. In addition, responsibilities will include obligations, financial planning, accountability for inventory assets, and invoicing.
The PowerApps Developer is part of the Executive Office for United States Trustee (EOUST), division of Department of Justice (DOJ) and will be responsible for providing technical support that will help plan, develop, and support solutions that address a range of business needs including electronic records management, portals, workflow, forms, collaboration sites, document management, or business intelligence / reporting. In addition to gathering requirements from business stakeholders, creating, and managing application solution documentation. The ideal candidate will have a strong analytical and technical background and will be comfortable interfacing with stakeholders of all levels.
The Economist will work with the Executive Office of Immigration and Review (EOIR), a division of the Department of Justice (DOJ). In this role the selected candidate will develop economic analysis for regulations or policies. Analyze current or near-term policy, program, and budget-related economic problems to recommend solutions. Conduct studies regarding changing improving policies and present economic stimulations to the Government for consideration. Utilize interdisciplinary approaches on impact analysis to address distributional, equity, qualitative, and difficult to quantify impacts. Write detailed technical analysis of assigned economic studies. Provide documentation to defend economic study conclusions to the Government and interested parties as directed.