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Manager, Organizational Design and Management

Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

Washington, District of Columbia 20001
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  • Manages the design, development, and implementation of all new or revised organizational structures.

  • Analyzes Airports Authority organizational units, in coordination with other Departments (such as the Compensation Department), to improve performance including process analysis/work flow, resource allocation, and related processes to identify areas for performance improvement, cost control/reductions, and/or elimination of duplication.

  • Manages contracts to conduct special organizational studies including, but not limited to, changes in structures, realignment of functions, redistribution of work, etc.

  • Establishes policies and procedures for all job evaluations, qualification standards, and staffing criteria for the Airports Authority.

  • Manages the administration of job evaluation systems and centralized appointment and control of all job descriptions and coordinates assignment of grade levels.

  • Oversees the Airports Authority's existing job evaluation systems in order to design, document, and evaluate jobs.

  • Reviews clusters of jobs (position structures) and overall organizational designs proactively for potential to improve effectiveness, control costs, de­layer decision making or improve inputs and outputs, broaden the work experience, increase employee satisfaction, improve career growth opportunities, etc., and in reaction to reorganization proposals.

  • In conjunction with the recruitment department and others, develops, selects, and validates pre-employment selection criteria including, but not limited to, structured interview questions, knowledge- or skill-based tests, or cognitive ability tests.

  • Provides technical advice, program guidance, and policy interpretation on all aspects of organizational structuring and job evaluations.

  • Oversees the development and implementation of strategic communication programs which facilitate increased awareness of human resources policies, programs and change initiatives.

  • Participates with the Vice President for Human Resources and Administrative Services and the other Department managers in strategic planning. Provides input regarding strategy, long-term planning and actions and issues affecting HR.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (MQs) To be rated qualified for this job, an applicant must meet all of the MQs listed below at the time of vacancy announcement closure.

1. A Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources Management, Personnel Administration, Public Administration, or a related field providing a strong foundation for successful performance of the DUTIES in this job description; or an equivalent combination of education, experience and training that totals four years.

2. Eight years of progressively responsible experience in human resources with knowledge of S55200, page 4 organizational design, job evaluation and classification principles that includes work in the range of DUTIES listed in this job description including (a) developing organizational design policies, procedures, and guidelines and advising management on organizational structures; (b) advising management on job evaluation and classification issues; (c) developing job descriptions and validating MQs and KSAOs and other qualification requirements; and (d) applying, a wide range of HR concepts, laws, policies, practices, analytical, and diagnostic methods and techniques, sufficient to solve a wide range of complex, interrelated HR problems and issues. A fully equivalent combination of education and training beyond what is needed to satisfy MQ 1 may be substituted for two of these eight years of experience. One example is a master’s degree in any field may be substituted for two years of experience.

3. Education, experience or training indicating the ability to perform successfully as a first level supervisor such as the ability to plan/assign/review work, deploy personnel, monitor work operations, obtain effective results and perform a full array of supervisory personnel functions.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS The qualifications listed below (if any) are preferred and may be considered in the selection process, but are not required to be rated qualified for this job.

1. A Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management, Personnel Administration, or Public Administration.

2. Substantive experience in organizational design, job evaluation and classification in the public sector.

3. Certification as a Senior Certified Professional from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM-SCP) or an equivalent certification that results from testing of HR knowledge that includes organization design, job evaluation and classification matters at the ‘senior’ level.

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