Do you have at least 5-years of Federal/USPS Human Resource experience? Do you enjoy helping fellow Federal employees understand and maximize their retirement benefits? Do you enjoy working with people in a group and individual environment? We may have just the job for you! We have Human Resource Specialist opportunities across the Pacific and Great Plains area to provide Federal retirement workshops and individual retirement counseling.
Human Resource Specialist Information:
Answer Federal retirement benefit related questions
Provide telephonic individual counseling/assistance with retirement packages
Attend up to 3 events (1-3 days) per month
On-site preparation of workshop
Travel is necessary within your state and/or adjacent states
Generous pay schedules will be discussed during interview
Training is provided by VALOR Benefit Services
This is an as-needed Independent Contractor position with no benefits. You are responsible for personal taxes and travel expenses.
This position will work in designated geographical area to represent VALOR Benefit Services LLC by presenting at VALOR sponsored retirement workshops and conducting individual retirement counseling. This may require making contacts with and creating meaningful relationships with agencies, associations and unions.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assist when requested by CHRO to create, update and maintain HR presentation specific to the education of the attendee.
Workshops will be conducted year-round with an emphasis between August and February and may be scheduled at other times during the year as requested or needed.
Duration of workshops, due to our structure of limited seating, may extend to 2 or possibly 3 days.
While attending workshops, provide information/training on HR benefits as well as providing support to advisor in the financial services training.
Provide telephonic individual counseling with clients when requested by VALOR which may require administrative action.
Provide relations and support to local/regional members and users to improve the image of VALOR.
If requested by local/regional leaders to schedule future meetings, provide support and information to appropriate department for scheduling of such events.
Work with local/regional affiliates to promote VALOR.
Work with government associations, management organizations and unions as requested on behalf of VALOR.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Strong client and team relationship development skills
Basic knowledge of MS Office and Internet Navigation
Ability to easily learn other software programs as needed
Education and/or Experience
Must be flexible for conducting up to 3 workshops per month. Each workshop may last up to 3 days. The number of workdays vary.
Schedule of fee for completed workshops and counseling services will be presented during the contracting process. This is an independent contractor position, meaning there are no benefits; however, eligible for tax deductions. The selected applicant will be responsible for paying Federal/state/local taxes and travel expenses.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a contractor to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Carrying (10%), Stooping (10%), Talking (100%), Hearing (100%), Seeing (100%), Climbing (5%), Balancing (100%), Pushing (100%), Kneeling (20%), Crouching (10%), Crawling (2%), Reaching (100%), Lifting (20%)
The contractor must be able to travel to attend scheduled retirement workshops across assigned geographical areas and as needed travel outside assigned geographical area.
VALOR Benefit Services, LLC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Company