FHWA Succession Planning

FHWA Succession Planning PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 194 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

FHWA Strategic Goals. National Leadership Program Delivery System Performance Corporate Capacity . FHWA Recruitment Tools. Student Career Experience Program (SCEP)Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG)FHWA Professional Development Program (PDP)Mid-Career, Direct

Download Presentation

FHWA Succession Planning

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


1. FHWA Succession Planning Gerald L. Solomon, Esq. Office of Real Estate Services Oklahoma City, Oklahoma April 20, 2009

2. FHWA Strategic Goals National Leadership Program Delivery System Performance Corporate Capacity FHWA Vision Our agency and our transportation system are the best in the world.  FHWA Mission To improve mobility on our Nation's highways through national leadership, innovation, and program delivery Succession Planning Recruitment, Development, Retention Emphasis comes from the top – One of four strategic goals recognized as necessary to achieve Vision and Mission FHWA Vision Our agency and our transportation system are the best in the world.  FHWA Mission To improve mobility on our Nation's highways through national leadership, innovation, and program delivery Succession Planning Recruitment, Development, Retention Emphasis comes from the top – One of four strategic goals recognized as necessary to achieve Vision and Mission

3. FHWA Recruitment Tools Student Career Experience Program (SCEP) Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) FHWA Professional Development Program (PDP) Mid-Career, Direct Hires Student Career Experience Program (SCEP) Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) FHWA Professional Development Program (PDP) Mid-Career hires or promotions Reinstatement in TX Division FHWA Student Career Experience Program (SCEP) provides opportunity to earn money and combine academic study with on-the-job experience. It provides formal periods of work and study while attending school and requires commitment by individual. school, and FHWA. Work in following areas: Environment, ITS, Engineering, ROW, Finance, Safety, Civil Rights Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) is for students in all majors. It is a critical component of the U.S. DOT/FHWA's student recruitment efforts. Funded by the FHWA's Office of Civil Rights' On-the-Job Training Supportive Services Program, the objective is to provide college/university students with hands-on experience and on-the- job training while working on current transportation-related topics and issues. The STIPDG is open to all qualified applicants but is designed to provide qualified women, persons with disabilities, and members of diverse groups with 10-week summer opportunities in transportation where these groups have been under-represented. The FHWA PDP employment program is directed toward recent college graduates with a bachelor or master's degree to serve in a variety of disciplines. It provides career development of the highest professional caliber. There are 12 discipline options within the program. Real Estate Services in one of those options. The program provides opportunities for training and on-the-job experience, planned career development, attendance at a Professional Development Academy, geographic and occupational mobility and diversified experience. It is designed to introduce individuals to the technical, administrative, and program management aspects of FHWA's right-of-way and highway beautification responsibilities. The program is two years in length. Those who complete the PDP program may be placed in any one of FHWA's offices nationwide based upon agency staffing needs. Mobility during the program is a requirement. We are seeking individuals who hold a bachelor's or master's degree in real estate, business, public administration, political science, law, finance or related fields. Persons with real estate training and experience related to Federally funded projects are also encouraged to respond. PDP positions will be filled at a GS-1170-7/9 with career ladder advancement potential to a GS-1170 –11/12. There are career opportunities for advancement to higher grades in FHWA after graduation from the program. For additional program information and instructions on how to apply, refer to the Professional Development Program web page at http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/aaa/pdp/index.htm or contact Marshall Wainright at [email protected] Student Career Experience Program (SCEP) Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) FHWA Professional Development Program (PDP) Mid-Career hires or promotions Reinstatement in TX Division FHWA Student Career Experience Program (SCEP) provides opportunity to earn money and combine academic study with on-the-job experience. It provides formal periods of work and study while attending school and requires commitment by individual. school, and FHWA. Work in following areas: Environment, ITS, Engineering, ROW, Finance, Safety, Civil Rights Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) is for students in all majors. It is a critical component of the U.S. DOT/FHWA's student recruitment efforts. Funded by the FHWA's Office of Civil Rights' On-the-Job Training Supportive Services Program, the objective is to provide college/university students with hands-on experience and on-the- job training while working on current transportation-related topics and issues. The STIPDG is open to all qualified applicants but is designed to provide qualified women, persons with disabilities, and members of diverse groups with 10-week summer opportunities in transportation where these groups have been under-represented. The FHWA PDP employment program is directed toward recent college graduates with a bachelor or master's degree to serve in a variety of disciplines. It provides career development of the highest professional caliber. There are 12 discipline options within the program. Real Estate Services in one of those options. The program provides opportunities for training and on-the-job experience, planned career development, attendance at a Professional Development Academy, geographic and occupational mobility and diversified experience. It is designed to introduce individuals to the technical, administrative, and program management aspects of FHWA's right-of-way and highway beautification responsibilities. The program is two years in length. Those who complete the PDP program may be placed in any one of FHWA's offices nationwide based upon agency staffing needs. Mobility during the program is a requirement. We are seeking individuals who hold a bachelor's or master's degree in real estate, business, public administration, political science, law, finance or related fields. Persons with real estate training and experience related to Federally funded projects are also encouraged to respond. PDP positions will be filled at a GS-1170-7/9 with career ladder advancement potential to a GS-1170 –11/12. There are career opportunities for advancement to higher grades in FHWA after graduation from the program. For additional program information and instructions on how to apply, refer to the Professional Development Program web page at http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/aaa/pdp/index.htm or contact Marshall Wainright at [email protected]

4. Training and Development Initiatives Web-based Training Modules Topics: Uniform Act, Appraisal, Appraisal Review, Design/Build, Relocation Assistance, Outdoor Advertising Control, and Environmental Justice Future topics: Federal Land Transfers Advance Acquisition HEPR Delivered 16 Web-based 90-minute Modules to Division Realty StaffHEPR Delivered 16 Web-based 90-minute Modules to Division Realty Staff

5. R/W Discipline Support Plan to identify and improve current and future practitioner expertise and skills Plan addresses Key areas with Milestones HEPR has developed an 18-month Key Areas with Milestones: Work Force Management Networking and Communication Learning and Development Support Role and Job Expectations Discipline Reference Library Strategic Planning to Further Develop Discipline (Discipline Champion- Janis Gramatins)HEPR has developed an 18-month Key Areas with Milestones: Work Force Management Networking and Communication Learning and Development Support Role and Job Expectations Discipline Reference Library Strategic Planning to Further Develop Discipline (Discipline Champion- Janis Gramatins)

6. Realty Competency Building Navigator What is the Navigator How does it work Mission/Purpose Audience Benefits Goals of the Program: Recognize Existing Competency — Identify current Realty expertise, needs, and industry expectations to encourage individuals agencies, and organizations to build and support competent staff. Enhance Practitioner Expertise — Provide support and assistance to improve skills and abilities of practitioners necessary in the Realty review and project development process. Broad Dissemination of Successful Practices — Actively distribute and share innovation and useful practices within FHWA, the States, and throughout the transportation community to allow rapid adoption of effective and successful practices. Provide Access to Training and Resources — Provide access to related training, seminars, workshops, and web-based resources that address key competency areas. Explore Certification Programs — Support relevant professional recognition programs within the industry to ensure a solid foundation of expertise. FHWA, in collaboration with a Steering Committee of transportation and stakeholders will develop the Competency Navigator to assist professionals in identifying key Realty and technical topic areas associated with the delivery of sustainable transportation programs. What it is: It is an online repository of professional development resources for those who work in the Right-of-Way field. How it works: The Navigator tells ROW professionals WHAT they need to know, HOW WELL they should know it, and HOW they can find the resources that will get them there. Mission/Purpose: The goal of the RCB Program is to develop and maintain a high level of Right-of-Way and Outdoor Advertising Control (ROW) expertise for transportation agencies and their partners Audience: Public Sector Realty professionals; Public Sector Right-of-Way specialists; Private Sector Right-of-Way consultants Benefits: Serves as a centralized source of relevant, up-to-date information on resources available to ROW professionals. Provides an accessible and easy to use way for practitioners to stay up to date in their fields, prepare themselves to do their jobs, and advance through the ranks. Goals of the Program: Recognize Existing Competency — Identify current Realty expertise, needs, and industry expectations to encourage individuals agencies, and organizations to build and support competent staff. Enhance Practitioner Expertise — Provide support and assistance to improve skills and abilities of practitioners necessary in the Realty review and project development process. Broad Dissemination of Successful Practices — Actively distribute and share innovation and useful practices within FHWA, the States, and throughout the transportation community to allow rapid adoption of effective and successful practices. Provide Access to Training and Resources — Provide access to related training, seminars, workshops, and web-based resources that address key competency areas. Explore Certification Programs — Support relevant professional recognition programs within the industry to ensure a solid foundation of expertise. FHWA, in collaboration with a Steering Committee of transportation and stakeholders will develop the Competency Navigator to assist professionals in identifying key Realty and technical topic areas associated with the delivery of sustainable transportation programs. What it is: It is an online repository of professional development resources for those who work in the Right-of-Way field. How it works: The Navigator tells ROW professionals WHAT they need to know, HOW WELL they should know it, and HOW they can find the resources that will get them there. Mission/Purpose: The goal of the RCB Program is to develop and maintain a high level of Right-of-Way and Outdoor Advertising Control (ROW) expertise for transportation agencies and their partners Audience: Public Sector Realty professionals; Public Sector Right-of-Way specialists; Private Sector Right-of-Way consultants Benefits: Serves as a centralized source of relevant, up-to-date information on resources available to ROW professionals. Provides an accessible and easy to use way for practitioners to stay up to date in their fields, prepare themselves to do their jobs, and advance through the ranks.

7. Using the Navigator: Step 1 User selects a role

8. Using the Navigator: Step 2 Based on the role chosen, user is provided with three levels of understanding. Which terminology will be used?Which terminology will be used?

9. Using the Navigator: Step 3 Each role is expected to have a certain level of knowledge in specific subject areas. A Property Manager is expected to have an Awareness of some subjects, a General Understanding of others, and be Technically Proficient in certain key subject areas.A Property Manager is expected to have an Awareness of some subjects, a General Understanding of others, and be Technically Proficient in certain key subject areas.

10. Using the Navigator: Step 4 For each subject area, the user is provided with direct links to multiple types of resources (trainings, presentations, publications, distance learning, etc.). For each subject area, the user is provided with direct links to multiple types of resources (trainings, presentations, publications, distance learning, etc.).

11. Accomplishments to Date Steering Committee formed to guide the Navigator’s development. Compiled over 250 resources important and useful to ROW professionals. In process of developing a Navigator logo and associated webpage icons. Blog created Steering Committee formed to guide the Navigator’s development. Compiled over 250 resources important and useful to ROW professionals. In process of developing a Navigator logo and associated webpage icons. Blog created

12. Thank You! Gerald L. Solomon, Esq. Office of Real Estate Services 1200 New Jersey Ave, SE Washington, DC 20590 (202) 366-2037 [email protected] http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/realestate/index.htm

  • Login