Established in 1997, Human Potential Consultants (HPC) was founded on the belief that assisting individuals to improve their self-worth, work readiness and employability skills regardless of their background, will increase job opportunities. The ability to demonstrate true potential will empower an individual and increase their chances of becoming gainfully employed. The clarification, identification and development of a person’s skills and abilities will serve to increase personal responsibility and independence which will lead to financial and social stability.
HPC’s biggest obstacle was convincing government and nonprofit agencies that HPC’s goal was not to replace a service, but to be used as an alternative to their already existing services. Today, HPC is established as an “alternative employment solution” for government and nonprofit agencies. Over the past fifteen years they have expanded their services to meet workforce needs and challenges for governmental agencies, private for profit businesses, and non-profit organizations. The company is one of only a handful that provides a wide range of diverse employment solution services. This achievement and persistence confirms that HPC implements the highest standards for all its customers.
HPC is currently hiring for these positions:
HR Specialist I –
Requirements: A High School Diploma/GED, Associates Degree and at least 1 – 3 years of demonstrated experience in Federal Human Resources (HR) business processes with knowledge and skill in at least two other types of HR functional areas.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Maintain Official Personnel and Electronic Folders (OPF/eOPF) which includes scanning, filing, purging, replacing of OPFs/eOPFs
• Conduct regulatory review of OPFs/eOPF and ensure necessary corrections are made
• Support Employee Entrance on Duty processing
• Perform CHRIS processing in support of NNSA employee personnel actions
• Perform CHRIS processing in support of Reduction in Force (RIF) efforts and other special projects
• Support transition to electronic Official Personnel Folder (EOPF) System
• Coordinate, distribute, and maintain facsimile records, and program and operate speed dial on fax machines
• Receive visitors and direct telephone calls to program areas
• Distribute the organizations action items to appropriate program and department elements
• Review, screen, control, maintain records, and coordinate responses on incoming correspondence
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Perform and oversee a variety of janitorial and/or custodial tasks to maintain clean and safe buildings and grounds:
VACUUM CARPET. Shall vacuum all carpeted floor areas including corners and abutments, shall vacuum privately owned rugs or carpets in Government offices at the regular frequency.
SWEEP FLOORS. Shall sweep non-carpeted floor surfaces, including corners and abutments, so that after sweeping, the area is free of visible litter, dust, and foreign debris.
MOP FLOORS. Shall mop all accessible areas including corners and abutments, so that after mopping, the area has a uniform appearance and is free of streaks, swirl marks, detergent residue, or any evidence of soil, stains, film, debris or standing water.
WET FLOOR CAUTION SIGNS. Shall display caution signs when cleaning floors in an area where people other than contractor personnel are present.
MAINTAIN/BUFF FLOORS. Shall maintain all floors unless specified elsewhere in this contract as having carpet or a special floor covering.
REMOVE TRASH. Shall empty and remove all trash from wastebaskets to include Food vending area, inside trash containers, and exterior trash containers as required by the contract.
SERVICE TRASH RECEPTACLES/CIGARETTE ASH URNS. Shall empty and remove all trash from outside trash containers, receptacles/cigarette ash urns, butt cans, etc.
PERFORM LOW DUSTING. Shall perform dusting, so that after dusting, all dust, lint, litter, and dry soil shall be removed from surfaces of desks, chairs, file cabinets, and other types of office furniture and equipment, and from ledges, windows sills, handrails, etc., to ceiling level. Computers, printers, typewriters, business machines, and equipment of similar nature shall not be dusted or disturbed.
CLEAN GLASS. Shall clean all glass partitions; glass doors and walls (interior and exterior of building), interior door sidelights leading from corridors into offices, display cases directory boards, fire hose cabinets mirrors and adjacent trim.