Open to CFPB employees only (Competitive service permanent)
This position is located in the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, Office of Human Capital. The incumbent provides expert advice, guidance and oversight of performance audits and investigations of human capital programs audited or investigated by external and internal organizations.
THIS IS A VOLUNTARY REASSIGNMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR CURRENT CFPB EMPLOYEES WITH COMPETITIVE STATUS (AND CURRENT CFPB EMPLOYEES SERVING ON A VRA APPOINTMENT OR ELIGIBLE TO BE CONSIDERED UNDER SCHEDULE A(u) DISABILITY) WHO ARE PERMANENTLY ASSIGNED TO A POSITION AT THE CN-53 OR, HIGHER PAY BAND WITH COMPETITIVE STATUS WHO ARE WILLING TO TAKE A VOLUNTARY CHANGE TO LOWER PAY. NO RELOCATION REIMBURSEMENT IS AUTHORIZED UNDER THIS ANNOUNCEMENT.
Prepare Bureau responses and compile data in support of various internal and external inquiries for Congress, testimony prep for Director (and other senior leaders), the media, internal/external auditors, OPM, FOIA, and other ad-hoc requestors. This includes identifying and resolving issues inherent to the request, preparing quantitative and qualitative data analysis, and drafting clear and concise reports to present responsive information.
Build effective and collaborative relationships with peers and internal stakeholders, especially with the Chief Financial Officer’s Office, Procurement, Office of Human Capital (OHC) Leadership, and Operations Front Office teams, to support budget and contract related requirements; serve as knowledgeable source of advice and guidance on program management and resource management issues; and provide broader human capital operational support.
Lead program reviews with staff and leadership to monitor program management and compliance; deliver briefings on status/performance; analyze program needs and trends; and propose enhancements for established programs, requirements, priorities, and strategic objectives of OHC operations.
Interpret existing policies, procedures, and program guidance to respond to questions, issues, and internal and external audit requests. Recommend improvements to existing processes or propose new processes to enhance productivity and strengthen internal controls where applicable.