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  • 06/05/2019 5:03 PM | Anonymous
  • 06/05/2019 4:58 PM | Anonymous

    General Dynamics

    Location: Arlington, VA

    Human Capital - Workforce Planning Consultant

  • 05/30/2019 7:22 AM | Anonymous

    DCI Consulting Group

    Location: Washington, DC or Annapolis, MD

    About the Organization

    DCI Consulting Group ( is a Human Resources (HR) Risk Management consulting and software development firm located in downtown Washington, D.C. DCI staff provide consulting services to Fortune 500 companies in the areas of EEO, compliance, legal defensibility, and provide in-depth consulting in the areas of affirmative action development and implementation, employee selection and test validation, systemic compensation discrimination analyses, OFCCP audit and litigation support, and regulatory affairs. DCI’s clients represent a cross-section of private sector, federal agency and public sector clients. Private sector clients represent a wide range of industries, including aerospace and defense, financial services, pharmaceuticals, high technology, retail, and manufacturing. DCI staff also work directly with a number of national law firms to provide related consulting and litigation support services.

    About the Job:

    DCI seeks a HR Consultant with an understanding of EEO law, statistics, data analysis, testing and selection and other related consulting services. Duties include preparing federal Affirmative Action Plans and other statistical analyses for Fortune 1000 federal contractors. Primary responsibilities of this position include the development of Affirmative Action Plan statistics, statistical compensation analyses, EEO-1 and VETS-4212 preparation, EEO defense statistics including adverse impact analyses, validation studies, and other related statistical analyses. In addition, Consultant will provide support to clients during OFCCP audits or litigation.

    Required Skills:

    · MA/MS in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Statistics, Labor Economics, or related field.

    · 3 years or more of experience directly related to federal affirmative action plan compliance

    · Working knowledge of related federal EEO laws including EO 11246, Title VII, ADA, UGESP, EPA etc.

    · Conceptual understanding of advanced statistical methods and interpretation of statistical data concerning EEO statistics, including multiple regression analysis, correlation, t-test, standard deviation, Fisher’s Exact Test, etc.

    · Familiarity with OFCCP audit protocol and regulations

    · Familiarity or working knowledge of HRIS and Applicant Tracking System data files (preferred).

    · Must have attention to detail and ability to work under multiple deadlines.

    · Strong computer skills required: MS Access, MS Excel, SPSS, SAS.

    · Excellent communication, computer, presentation, and consulting skills, attention to detail, ability to handle multiple projects and a variety of client situations required.

    Application Instructions:

    DCI offers an attractive compensation package, a dynamic work environment, and a wide range of unique and interesting applied research projects in the EEO context. To apply for this position, please send your resume to:

  • 05/28/2019 7:52 AM | Anonymous

    United States Postal Service

    Location: Washington, D.C

    The United States Postal Service Headquarters is recruiting for a Personnel Research Psychologist II to support the Selection Programs department. The position is permanent and full-time with federal benefits located at the Headquarters Building in Washington, D.C (L’Enfant Plaza)  

    Job Title: Personnel Research Psychologist II

    Functional Purpose: Serves as a subject matter expert in conducting complex job/needs analyses and developing, validating, evaluating, and deploying selection and learning evaluation systems, tools, processes, and procedures used to make personnel staffing decisions. This classification is responsible for the development and maintenance of complete selection and/or evaluation systems, tools, processes, and procedures, requiring greater accountability, coordination, influence, and professional experience than the Personnel Research Psychologist classification. Positions of this classification are used in the Learning Evaluation and Selection Programs departments.

    Salary Range: $77,300 – $95,654 USD Annually (salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience)

    Benefits: We offer excellent benefits including health and life insurance, retirement plan, savings/investment plan with employer contribution, flexible spending, flextime scheduling of core work hours, annual and sick leave.  

    How You Will Be Evaluated: You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the requirements listed in the job posting. Please make sure you are clear and specific in describing your knowledge and experience in your application/resume. We will not make assumptions regarding your experience. Applicants who do not fully address the requirements needed for the position (as described in the job posting) or meet the education requirement will not be referred for consideration.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    Develops and maintains complete selection and/or evaluation systems, tools, processes, and procedures including competency frameworks and their component models; conducts job analysis and needs assessment to identify key job requirements and evaluate applicants? and/or employees? capabilities.

    Identifies job requirements using psychometric principles and methods to develop valid assessments measuring applicants? and/or employees? knowledge, skills and abilities.

    Researches, designs, reviews, and implements project plans; validates selection and/or evaluation systems, tools, and processes based on professional standards, legal guidelines, and internal requirements.

    Develops, validates, and deploys selection and evaluation tools and systems of larger scope, impact, content, and complexity.

    Conducts technical and complex data analyses (e.g., Factor Analysis, MANOVA/MANCOVA, Multiple Regression) to develop, support, and improve personnel selection systems using statistical analysis software (e.g., SPSS, SAS, R).

    Applies testing theories such as item response theory and classical test theory to develop, analyze, and calibrate reliable, valid, predictive, and legally defensible assessment systems, tools, and processes using statistical analysis software (e.g., SPSS, R, SAS).

    Serves as a technical resource (liaison) to the function and organization on selection and evaluation-related topics. Consults with internal stakeholders to identify, address, or resolve problems with selection/evaluation systems. Collaborates with team members to implement personnel selection evaluation systems.

    Researches current trends and changes in professional standards regarding selection and evaluation methodologies; develops recommendations to advance selection/evaluation programs and procedures.

    Develops and presents technical reports and presentations summarizing results of projects (e.g., job analyses, validation studies, competency models) to technical and non-technical audiences.


    EDUCATION REQUIREMENT: Graduate degree (Ph.D. preferred) in I-O Psychology or applied degree (e.g., Applied Psychology, Educational Psychology), which included a focus on selection methods and/or psychometrics from a college or university accredited by a national or regional accreditation organization recognized and sanctioned by the U.S. Department of Education.

    Ability to use standard office software (e.g., Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word) sufficient to develop reports, presentations, and graphically present data.

    Knowledge of Industrial-Organizational, Educational Psychology or other closely related applied field with a focus on selection, testing, evaluation or psychometric methodologies.

    Ability to apply the principles of psychometric theory (e.g., classical test theory, item response theory) sufficient to analyze and estimate the reliability and validity of test content and related components.

    Ability to apply legal and professional implications for the development and deployment of high stakes selection and training procedures as set forth in the Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures (EEO), Principles for the Development and Validation of Employee Selection Procedures (SIOP), and Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing (AERA, APA) to develop and design of selection systems.

    Ability to design and conduct job analytic procedures (e.g., data analysis, needs assessment, competency modeling) and perform the appropriate data analyses in the development of reliable, valid, and legally defensible selection procedures.

    Ability to perform advanced quantitative (e.g., Factor Analysis, MANOVA/MANCOVA, Multiple Regression) and qualitative (e.g., open coding, focused coding) analyses to make appropriate conclusions from data using standard social science statistical analysis packages (e.g., R, SAS, SPSS, Text Analytics).

    Ability to develop, validate, and evaluate selection testing and evaluation initiatives and programs demonstrated through 4 years of professional work experience.

    Ability to communicate orally and in writing sufficient to convey a range of technical concepts related to selection programs, policies, and procedures to technical and non-technical audiences.

    How to Apply:

    Please apply online at in order to be considered.

    Here is the link to the application.

    The application process may take up to 2 hours to complete, please make sure you give yourself ample time to complete. Additionally, make sure that you are using a Windows based computer and Internet Explorer, as our applicant system is not MAC compatible or compatible with other browsers.

    If you need assistance or have any questions/concerns please give me a call at 202-568-8969 or email:

    Thank you for considering United States Postal Service as an Employer of Choice!

  • 05/22/2019 5:32 PM | Anonymous

    Job Posting: Human Capital Analyst

    Location: Springfield, VA (client site)

    Position Type: Full Time Employment

    Clearance: TS/SCI

    Global Skills X-Change (GSX)

    About the Organization

    GSX is a professional services firm that specializes in designing workforce and learning strategies that link the worlds of work and learning. This is the same goal that the GSX founders pursued as part of the Congressionally-mandated National Skills Standard Board (NSSB). Today, GSX provides a suite of human capital solutions that support a competency-driven talent pipeline for education, private, and public enterprises.

    Our employees enjoy 4 weeks of PTO, 10 paid federal holidays, health, dental, vision, and life insurance, 401K with employer matching, education reimbursement, metro reimbursement, and are eligible for annual bonuses.

    About the Job

    GSX is looking to hire a Human Capital Analyst for a full-time position supporting the development, maintenance, and sustainment of an enterprise-wide professional certification program.  The Human Capital Analyst will assist in developing and maintaining knowledge and skills-based assessments, certification program information (e.g., Body of Knowledge, annual reports on accreditation and certification) and candidate applications and management process documentation.  Ideal candidates will have applied experience in supporting both quantitative and qualitative analytic efforts and is proficient in basic analytic tools.  The successful candidate for this position will also be collaborative, flexible and agile in response to emerging program priorities.


    Assessment Development - Work in coordination with psychometricians and SMEs to develop and refine assessment tools.

    • Develop the evaluation tool(s)to be used to efficiently and effectively measure mastery of the learning objectives for each certification level and domain
    • Use seed information from SMEs to develop an “alpha” test
    • Analyze item data from beta test using, at a minimum, statistics identified in the program manual
    • Generate the final production version of the assessment based on beta test assessment and review results
    • Support the maintenance and updating of the Certification Program information to ensure that it verifies, validates, and is updated to reflect mission, policy, doctrine, tactics, techniques, and procedure changes, as appropriate.
    • Incorporate additions, deletions, or changes into the essential body of knowledge, certification framework, certification blueprints, or certification scheme, maintain program data and prepare staffing packages for Certification Program Governance Council approval.
    • Analyze item data from production test using, at a minimum, statistics identified in the program manual and develop reports documenting results.
    • Produce the Certification Program Design Document (PDD) that codifies the certification program’s policies, processes, and procedures and provides stakeholders visibility into the strategic, operational, and technical elements of a certification program according to the prescribed format in DoDM 3305.10
    • Prepare applications packages and associated documentation for external accreditation of certification programs in accordance with the requirements of the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA).

    Application and Candidate Management – Support the development, documentation and maintenance of applications, to ensure:

    • The security of candidate records, scores, and certification and decertification documents.

    Required Qualifications and Experience

    • TS/SCI security clearance
    • Master’s Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology or equivalent field in Measurement and Data Analysis
    • 5-10 years of experience applying I/O Psychology, measurement and/or data analysis methods, facts, and principles in an organizational or work setting (applied experience during a graduate program internship is acceptable)
    • Experience supporting the development of knowledge and skills assessments

    Preferred Qualifications and Experience

    • Experience supporting workforce certification programs

    U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity
    GSX is an equal opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state or local law. GSX is dedicated to seeking all qualified applicants for our job vacancies.

    Please contact Ari Siskind at if interested in this opportunity.  Thank you.

  • 05/13/2019 11:55 AM | Anonymous

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

    Location: Washington, D.C.

  • 05/08/2019 3:53 PM | Anonymous

    U.S. Office of Personnel Management

    Location: Washington DC

    Open Period: 05/07/2019 to 05/21/2019

    Salary: $57,510 to $108,422 per year

    Series & Grade: GS-0180-9-12

    About the Job

    Are you a recent graduate interested in working with senior industrial/organizational psychologists to deliver employment and organizational assessment services to Federal agencies? You could be part a team working to develop, implement, and evaluate assessment tools for selection or promotion; develop and administer surveys; analyze data using SPSS, Excel, or R; write technical reports; conduct job analysis/competency modeling or gap analysis and/or program evaluation.

    The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has a Personnel Research Psychologist Recent Graduate position that will be filled through the Pathways Program. This position is in OPM’s HR Solutions, Assessment & Evaluation Branch (AEB). AEB provides assessment services on a reimbursable basis to other Federal agencies and offers a fast-paced environment where your duties and responsibilities will involve interacting with other psychologists, HR Specialists, and program managers across offices within and external to AEB.

    The duties of the position will be performed under the direction of senior Industrial/Organizational psychologists and project managers and typical duties include:

    • Leading and/or participating on project teams to develop and/or contract for innovative assessment tools.
    • Conducting Government-wide and/or agency job analyses.
    • Developing and implementing competency models, workforce gap assessments, and leadership assessments.
    • Helping agencies identify, evaluate, and solve organizational problems using customer action planning, satisfaction surveys, employee surveys, and focus groups.
    • Establishing project objectives, activities, timelines, budgets, and staffing plans.
    • Advising agencies and internal senior management on implementing assessment strategies.
    • Evaluating training, candidate development, or other human resources programs.

    More information about the Pathways Program can be found here:

    Job Requirements

    To meet the Recent Graduate Program Eligibility requirements, you must have obtained a qualifying Associates, Bachelor's, Master's, Professional, Doctorate, Vocational or Technical degree or certificate from a qualifying educational institution, within the previous 2 years.

    Key Requirements

    • U.S. Citizen or National
    • Suitable for Federal employment, determined by a background investigation
    • Males born after 12-31-59 must be registered for Selective Service
    • Relevant experience (see Qualifications below)
    • Must complete initial online questionnaire and additional assessments


    Basic Education Requirement: All applicants must have successfully completed a full 4-year course of study in an accredited or pre-accredited academic institution leading to a bachelor's or higher degree with a major or equivalent in psychology to receive further consideration.

    Additionally, each grade level has additional experience and/or education qualification requirements for selection. The minimum requirement for the GS-9 grade level, which is the least senior position, is at least two years of progressively higher graduate level education in Industrial/Organizational Psychology or a related field (for example, applied psychology, social psychology, applied social psychology, organizational development) OR completed all requirements for a Master's degree (or equivalent) or a Ph.D. (or equivalent) in I/O Psychology or related field OR one year of specialized experience performing Industrial/Organizational Psychology work (for example, conducting literature searches; performing statistical analyses; identifying job requirements or analyzing job analysis data; administering routine assessments or organizational surveys; maintaining the integrity of data and performing quality assurance controls on data). An equivalent combination of education and experience may also be used to qualify for the GS-9 grade level. Please see the job opportunity announcement for the specific qualification requirements for the GS-9, GS-11, and GS-12 grade levels.

    How to Apply:

    For a full description and to apply, visit:

  • 05/08/2019 3:50 PM | Anonymous

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

    Location: Washington, DC

    The Personnel Research and Assessment Division within U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is recruiting for an experienced Psychologist with strong leadership skills to join our team as a Supervisory Personnel Research Psychologist (GS-180-14, salary range:  $117,191 to $152,352 per year) in its Washington, DC office. Applications will be accepted from Tuesday May 7, 2019 to Friday, May 17, 2019.

    The Personnel Research and Assessment Division is a team of Industrial-Organizational Psychologists responsible for designing, developing, and validating tests and other assessment instruments for use within CBP, enhancing organization effectiveness through organizational development, and conducting research to support national initiatives.

    Potential assignments include, but are not limited to:

    • Serving as the first-line supervisor of a team responsible for major research, development, and implementation projects within the Personnel Research and Assessment Division; supervising a staff consisting primarily of psychologists with advanced degrees (Master's or Ph.D. level) in the field of Industrial/Organizational Psychology;
    • Reviewing, training, and guiding project team members concerning the proper use of tests and other examining devices for personnel selection;
    • Formulating and guiding the research approach to be used to resolve critical management problems.
    • Overseeing the development of evaluative tools and surveys to support organizational effectiveness within CBP and establishing deadlines and performance expectations, setting priorities, providing clear direction, and monitoring activities of the team to ensure timely completion of assignments.

    For any questions about the position, please contact Kathlea Vaughn at

    This position is open to merit candidates. To apply:

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