Human Capital Recruitment and Engagement Strategist

General Services Administration

About the organization

The Office of Assisted Acquisition Services (AAS) is an organization within the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Acquisition Services (FAS). It provides customized acquisition, project and financial management services on behalf of government agencies so they have greater capacity to meet their mission critical activities. AAS specializes in complex and sensitive projects with a rigorous acquisition process that is customer focused and quality driven.

Our clients hire us to build innovative acquisition solutions to their most complex IT and Professional Services requirements. We fully manage the acquisition lifecycle to enable our clients to focus on their critical missions of serving the American People. We offer flexible schedules and opportunities for growth in an agency that promotes management best practices and efficient government operations.


- Assist in developing an effective human capital strategy for the enterprise that incorporates succession planning and anticipates hiring needs

- Provide human capital analyses, data, and reports

- Coordinate and oversee various human capital, recruitment, and retention projects

- Coordinate training, conduct skill gap assessments, and develop training plans and career paths for the workforce

- Knowledge of principles, practices and techniques applicable for planning, developing and evaluating human capital strategy programs, policies, and related products and services.
Responsibility for independently planning, designing and carrying out programs, projects, studies or other work.

- Skill in the utilization of workforce analytics to inform human capital strategic planning, policy and program development, implementation and monitoring for a large corporation, government organization, or similar entity. Knowledge and application of qualitative and quantitative methods and tools for analysis, interpretation, and decision-making purposes.

- Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing. Ability to present sensitive recommendations to higher authority, to obtain compliance with policies from activities nationwide, to articulate position/policy, and to represent the agency on various task forces. Ability to work with, and through others, to achieve goals and impact results.


Qualifications will be determined based on education and experience. A minimum of a bachelor's degree is required. Candidates must have an active NCE to apply for this position and submit NCE documentation in their application.

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Candidates should submit their resume, cover letter, and proof of active NCE to [email protected]

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