Our Human Resources Specialists (GS 0201 job series) impact every employee of the IRS on every step of their career path. Our HR professionals are dedicated to our employees. They contribute in many ways to the progressive changes that define today's IRS. And because they are so critical to the effective performance of our organization, our HR professionals are also among the most competitively compensated in their profession. Start here and your career can move you through virtually every area of the IRS. In fact, one of our previous Deputy Commissioners started as an IRS Human Resources professional.
In addition to our general Human Resources Specialists who provide front-line service throughout the organization, we employ a wide variety of HR technical professionals in the GS 0201 job series. Don’t be surprised if there is something here that interests you.
HR Information Systems Specialists work on technology projects that impact how the IRS hires, manages, and develops its workforce.
Classification Specialists manage our huge inventory position descriptions, making sure that the jobs are properly described and that they are consistent with our organization design.
Compensation Specialists make sure that our pay systems conform to government-wide standards and that are able to take advantage of pay flexibilities to help recruit, manage, and retain employees.
Recruitment Specialists manage employment marketing programs and advise management on how to identify, attract and retain a high-quality and diverse workforce that is capable of accomplishing the organization’s mission.
Placement Specialists manage the selection and placement of new employees, conduct job analysis studies and participate in workforce planning projects.
Employee Benefits Specialists provide guidance and consultation to IRS management, employees, former employees, annuitants, survivors, and eligible family members regarding retirement, insurance, health benefits, and injury compensation.
HR Development Specialists plan, administer and evaluate training programs designed to develop employees and manage learning throughout the IRS.
Performance Management Specialists assist managers and supervisors to establish and maintain programs that monitor, evaluate and reward employee performance.
Employee Relations Specialists provide advice and assistance to employees and managers in matters related to conduct, job performance, attendance, and dispute resolution.
Labor Relations Specialists establish and maintain effective relationships – including the use of non-traditional collaborative approaches – with labor organizations that represent Federal employees. They negotiate and administer labor agreements, and provide guidance and consultation to management on a variety of labor relations matters.
Other job titles include:
- Human Resources Specialist
- Human Resources Assistant
- Equal Opportunity Specialist
- Public Affairs Specialist