Human Capital Analyst

Environmental Protection Agency (Office of Mission Support)

About the organization

The mission of EPA is to protect human health and the environment.

The Office of Mission Support (OMS) leads the agency’s core mission support functions to improve efficiency, coordination, and customer experience for internal customers, stakeholders, and the public, including protection of EPA's facilities and other critical assets nationwide, acquisition activities (contracts), grants management, human capital, information technology, and information management activities.


As a Human Capital Analyst you will provide the full range of human capital management advisory services, guidance, and assistance for assigned organizations. We are looking to bring on qualified candidates at the GS-7, 9, 11, or 12 based on previous experience, and the position will have a career ladder up to the GS-12.

- Serve as the primary liaison between management officials and the Office of Human Capital Operations.
- Provide advice on planning and executing staffing, recruitment and placement programs, policies, procedures and accepted practices.
- Conduct comprehensive research to assess and enhance program effectiveness and efficiency, and recommend changes
- Provide guidance and analysis on the development of reorganization proposals and changes in program functions.

This is an office-centered position and you must physically report to the office on a regular basis. Work-from-home flexibilities may be authorized (telework).


Active Non-Competitive Eligibility (e.g., currently a Federal employee in the competitive service, Federal employee on an excepted service appointment at an agency with an interchange agreement, RPCV, Schedule A, veteran, etc.) or reinstatement rights.

The ideal candidate will have experience providing human resources and/or operational/administrative support to an organization. This may include payroll, timekeeping, HR operations (e.g., processing personnel actions), or supporting/leading human capital programs (e.g., awards/recognition, workforce planning, onboarding/offboarding). While Federal experience is a plus but it is not required. This is a developmental position and if hired at the lower grades, you will receive training and progressively take on more responsibility as you are promoted.


GS-7 to GS-12

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

If you are interested in applying, please send your resume to Angela An at [email protected].

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