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An agency’s workforce goals often rely on finding innovative ways to recruit and hire top talent. But how can hiring managers more effectively attract a diverse and qualified candidate pool for key positions? As a Federal staffing specialist, you’re uniquely qualified to support those goals by working with hiring managers to plan and implement a recruiting strategy to attract and retain top performers for your organization.This workshop builds on a solid understanding of the technical aspects of staffing from our Introduction to Guiding Recruitment and Selection Activities course.
With guidance and feedback from instructors, you’ll apply what you know about recruitment and selection activities to develop your interpersonal and leadership skills to more effectively lead teams in completing staffing projects. You’ll be evaluated on your ability to your ability to guide a team of staffing specialists and subject matter experts (SMEs) during selection initiatives.
HR Specialists (GS-201) and HR Assistants (GS-203) with 5 or more years of experience, including staffing specialist project leads, team leads, supervisors, or managers.
This is an online instructor-led course.We recommend you take our introductory course, Introduction to Guiding Recruitment and Selection Activities, before taking this workshop.Length3.5 daysWhat Your Colleagues are Saying“I gained an understanding of the importance of obtaining the participation of the stakeholder.”HR Competencies Emphasized