Job posting located at http://about.usps.com/careers/welcome.htm
Keyword search: Organization Design Trainee
Open: February 21, 2017 – March 17, 2017
This job is part of the Management Foundations Program at USPS headquarters in Washington, DC. This is an eighteen-month rotational internship program with targeted outplacement into an Organization Design Analyst position within the Human Resources function. The program allows recent graduates and entry level professionals to gain the experience needed to develop into a strong, established professional within the Postal Service. This is a permanent, full time job.
Employees within the program are under the direct supervision and guidance of a supervisor or senior analyst and perform a variety of organization assessment and design activities.
1. Performs highly structured, entry-level assignments designed to develop a broad understanding of US Postal Service's organizational structure, team and job roles, the Galbraith organizational design Star Model and other Human Resource functions.
2. Supports organizational assessments and job analysis studies by researching and collecting information relevant to the structure of the work unit, job duties and required knowledge, skills and abilities needed to perform the work.
3. Provides support to organizational review, restructure and design projects. Assists with conducting external research on comparable structures in other organizations and preparing materials for customer meetings, focus groups and surveys.
To be eligible for the Organization Design functional area, candidates must possess a Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Organization Development, Industrial/Organizational or Social Psychology, or a closely related field from a college or university accredited by a national or regional accreditation organization recognized and sanctioned by the U.S. Department of Education.
The Management Foundations Program is subject to special eligibility criteria. Specifically, to be eligible for the Program, an individual must have completed a qualifying bachelors, masters, professional, or doctoral degree from an accredited college or university within the previous two years. Preference-eligible veterans (see 5 U.S.C. ' 2108) who were unable to apply during that two-year period because of their military service may apply up to two years after they are released or discharged from active service. Eligibility for these veterans cannot exceed six years from the date on which they received their qualifying degrees.
Information about the program can be found at http://about.usps.com/careers/career-opportunities/students-graduates.htm