35 plus years experience in a variety of federal government positions; all in the area of Human Resources. Began career as a Secretary at The Atomic Energy Commission, Worked at the Department of Agriculture as a Personnel Clerk, Training Specialist, Benefits Specialist, Employee Relations Specialist, and Human Resources Branch Chief. Moved to the position of Director of Human Resources for the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General, until retirement in 2001. During my 35 plusyears of Federal Service, I held positions from the GS-5 level to the GS-15 level.
In these various positions, was responsible for the recruitment, classification, employee relations and benefits of 1500 to 2500 clients across the United States. Was responsible for handling conduct-based and unsatisfactory performance-based actions; denial of within grade increases and grievances for criminal investigators and auditors; and the administrative support staff for several Inspector General’s Offices within the federal Government. Investigated and presented the facts in case file format to support the actions proposed and decided upon. Represented the agency before the merit System Protection Board and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Counseled staff members regarding their retirement eligibility, health and life insurance choices and other employee benefit issues. I also processed the appropriate human resource documents to effect these actions.
Currently works for AFSCME, Local 626 as a Contractor. Local 626 is located at the Architect of the Capitol (AOC). Serves as the Office Manager on a part-time basis.