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1 11 11/11/ The Presidents Hiring Reform Initiative

2 Results to Date

3 33 Hiring process baseline established130 days to hire More than 650 job announcements were streamlined 84% of agencies met requirement of 5 pages or fewer #1 barrier to timely hiring: managers not conducting timely interviews and selections On average it takes 37 days End-to-End Hiring Roadmap - no more than 15 days Corrective action plans were submitted by all agencies 73% Departments/Agencies provide notification to applicants at the four points in the application process SWAT Team Results

4 Elements of Hiring Reform

5 55 Departments/Agencies will by November 1, 2010… Eliminate written essay-style questions (KSAs) Allow individuals to apply with resume and cover letters Use Category Rating Ensure manager responsibility and accountability for hiring Improve quality and speed of hiring Notify applicants about their status Conduct action planning Senior Official Leading the Effort Presidents Memo

6 66 OPM, will in 90 days… Propose plan for promoting diversity in the Federal workforce Make recommendations concerning FCIP and pathways for students and recent grads Evaluate Shared Registers Establish Governmentwide performance review and improvement process Provide guidance and/or proposed regulations Increase USAJOBS capacity USAJOBS Recruit USAJOBS Assess

7 77 Shared Registers Occupational Name Series/Grade Accountant GS Budget Analyst GS /12 Contract Rep GS Contract Spec GS /12 DOD Contract Spec GS /12 non-DOD Financial Mgt Spec GS /12 HR Assistant GS HR Spec (Class) GS /12/13 HR Spec (Recruit & Place) GS /12/13 Info Tech Spec GS /12 Mgt / Pgm Analyst GS Misc Clerk GS Security Spec GS /12 Secretary (OA) GS

8 88 11/11/ USAJOBSRecruit.gov

9 9 USAJOBS Assess

10 10 11/11/ USAJOBS 3.0

11 11 OPMs Assistance and Roll-out Strategy

12 12 Hiring Reform Web Page

13 13 MAX Hiring Reform 10 Frequently Asked Questions Eliminate written essay-style questions (KSAs) Allow individuals to apply with resume/cover letters Use Category Rating Ensure manager responsibility/accountability for hiring Improve quality and speed of hiring

14 14 Facebook

15 15 Twitter

16 16 Bite-size Awareness Training

17 17 Mobile Assistance Teams (MATs) 1. Agencies determine scope and level of support needed 2. Intake coordinator will contact Agency Hiring Reform POC 3. Intake coordinator and agency POC reconcile assistance requirements 4. Intake coordinator engages appropriate MAT leads to coordinate assistance 5. MATs deliver assistance 6. Feedback/Follow-up – Agency POC + OPM Intake Coordinator + MAT Lead 1. Elimination of essays MAT 2. Resume/Cover Letter MAT 3. Category Rating MAT 4. Manager involvement MAT 5. Hiring speed / quality MAT 6. Applicant notification MAT 7. Hiring Reform Action Plan MAT 1. Elimination of essays 2. Resume/Cover Letter 3. Category Rating 4. Manager involvement 5. Hiring speed / quality 6. Applicant notification 7. Hiring Reform Action Plan Agency NeedsOPM MATs Agency Hiring Reform POC Interface OPM Intake Coordinator

18 18 MATS OPM Intake Coordinators: Michelle Jackson (Dept/Agencies), Joanne Plasky (Dept/Agencies), Anita Spinner (Small Agencies), Patty Guzman-Evans (Small Agencies), 1. KSA MAT 2. Resume/Cover Letter MAT 3. Category Rating MAT 4. Manager involvement MAT 5. Hiring speed / quality MAT 6. Applicant notification MAT 7. Hiring Reform Action Plan MAT Andrea Bright Mike Mahoney Carmen Andujar / Jason Barke Shelley Thomas Dale Anglin/Alesia Booth Shelley Thomas Mobile Assistance Team Leads

19 19 Assistance to Agencies – Phase I Training (June/July) - topics: –Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) –Action Planning –Category Rating –Assessments/Assessment Strategies –Structured Interviews –Occupational Questionnaires –Other Training/Support Training (June/July) – methods –On-site –Webinars –Workshops Overviews provided to Federal Executive Boards (FEBs), agencies and other select organizations

20 20 Assistance to Agencies – Phase II Training scheduled (Aug through Nov) 10 Metropolitan Cities –Category Rating Workshops and Refresher Training –Assessments/Assessment Strategies –Structured Interviews –Occupational Questionnaires –Streamlining JOAs Minimum Qualifications Workshops –Using OPM Shared Registers Kansas City, Baltimore, Dallas, Seattle, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Wash DC, San Antonio, Oklahoma City, Atlanta

21 21 Assistance to Agencies – Phase II Training scheduled (Wash DC): –Category Rating Workshop –Category Rating Refresher Training –Streamlining JOAs and Minimum Qualifications –Using OPM Shared Registers –Job Analysis –Occupational Analysis –Structured Interviews –Developing an Assessment Strategy Auditorium, workshops and webinars

22 22 Assistance to Agencies – Phase III Training scheduled (Sep – Oct) - Shepherdstown WV and Denver Co Hiring Reform for Managers – Finding and Keeping Talent –Overview of Hiring Reform –New Responsibilities for Hiring Managers –JOAs that Work –Finding Talent You Need (Recruiting Sources, etc.) –Assessment Tools - Designs/Options –Category Rating –Using Certificates of Eligibles –High Impact Interviewing –Successful Start (EOD and Employee Engagement) –Successful Partnering (Collaboration) –Tools and Resources 6 workshops scheduled between Sep 28 and Nov 18

23 11/11/ Q & A


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