MODULE 3. ACQUIRING. Civilian Human Resources Management Life Cycle. (Classification). (MER/Labor). You are here. (Training). (Staffing). Learning Objectives. After completion of this module, participants will be able to: Identify supervisors and CPAC roles in the recruitment process
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After completion of this module, participants will be able to:
Who provides job information?
What is involved?
Where are the information sources?
When should job analysis be done?
Why is it necessary?
How is it done?
Decisions are based on need/budget/strength authorizations
4 years plus 1 year extension
1year plus 1 year extension
What is Resumix?
How does it work?
Used to recruit applicants from outside civil service for competitive appointments to competitive service positions.
What is veterans’ preference?
When does it apply?
When doesn’t it apply?
Merit promotion, VEOA, Reinstatement, Transfer, Employment of Family Members, DHA
Examples of exceptions to competition:
STEP 1 - Prepare for the Interview
STEP 2 – Tell the candidate:
STEP 3 – During the interview:
CPAC Responsibilities--CPAC will address these points if necessary--interviewers will NOT ask about:
Questions to be avoided include: