Presentation on theme: "-- Bureaus are their clients. Represent all regional and functional bureaus in the assignment process. -- Counsel and advise bureaus on HR/CDA policies."— Presentation transcript:
-- Bureaus are their clients. Represent all regional and functional bureaus in the assignment process. -- Counsel and advise bureaus on HR/CDA policies and procedures throughout the bidding cycle. -- Ensure eBid position entries are accurate. -- Negotiate timing and training schedules during the summer transfer season. AO Responsibilities
-- Bring proposed assignments, curtailments, and extensions directly to the assignment panel on behalf of the bureaus. -- Prepare and send assignment notices, schedule training, and negotiate timing and transfer issues. -- Draft responses to inquiries concerning bureau assignment issues and related personnel issues such as OIG reports or briefing materials for the DG.
Breakdown of Assignments Officers Senior AO’s Deputy AO’s Mike Bajek AF Theresa Everett Adele Pinkley EAP Tamara Comiskey Richard Simpson EUR Susan Mutschler Brian Majewski G Mary Johnson Tim Smith NEA/SA Jeff Perkinson Arnie Campbell WHA Antoinette Boecker Janet Weber is the Office Director of HR/CDA/AD
A job in HR/CDA/AD is very much like a job with the Peace Corps......"The Toughest Job You’ll Ever Love!" Stay in touch with your Assignments Officer. They are an important part of your networking for an onward assignment.