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Small Business AdministrationThe Office of Human Resource Solutions of the Small Business Administration is seeking an Human Resources Specialist for a temporary assignment (Term of employment is one year, with an option to renew for another year).  This position will support the agency’s organizational effectiveness activities. Some of the typical work assignments may include:Promote the agency’s employee engagement (e.g., telework, employee assistance programs, health and wellness) and work schedule flexibilities via multiple communication platformsDevelop and execute training programs to build core skillsCurate learning journeys based on analysis of need, using existing online curriculumCompile and analyze organizational data related to learning, leadership development, and program evaluationResearch latest developments in the Federal and private sector performance management programs to ensure appropriate changes are made in SBA policiesWhat you need to bring to the position:Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and writtenAbility to research work-life programs and provide technical adviseAbility to engage a cross-agency network to promote work-life programsThis opportunity is for – 2nd and 3rd year students or recent graduates.  Interested individuals should send resumes to Joellen.Jarrett@SBA.gov NLT July 24, 2022.


labor logoU.S. Department of LaborThe United States Department of Labor (DOL), Office of the Solicitor seeks graduating law students who will graduate from law school between October 1, 2022 and September 30, 2023, and recent law school graduates who began participating and continue to be employed in eligibility preserving employment within 9 months of law school graduation. Eligibility preserving employment includes full-time activities starting after law school graduation that can preserve a law school graduate’s eligibility for the Honors Program such as judicial clerkships or time-limited court staff attorney positions; federal agency or state government Honors Attorney programs; or legal fellowships.   We are recruiting at the GS-11 thru 14 grade levels.  The Honors Program in the Office of the Solicitor provides challenging professional opportunities for outstanding law school graduates. Honors Attorneys work with the various client agencies within the Department of Labor, gaining exposure to a broad range of substantive legal work in one of the government’s preeminent legal offices. Upon completion of the two-year program, Honors Program Attorneys continue their careers in public service in one of SOL’s offices. Our website is:  Honors Program | U.S. Department of Labor (dol.gov).  Link:  https://www.usajobs.gov/job/663827600.Deadline: Thursday, September 15, 2022. Interested persons can also obtain information about working at SOL through the new “SOL Ambassadors Program” (https://www.dol.gov/agencies/sol/careers/ambassadors). 

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