Human Capital Management Consultant

Position Description

The Human Capital Management (HCM) Consultant provides HCM consultation to client organizations and assist them in achieving measurable improvements in their organizational performance. Desired areas of expertise include: strategic workforce planning, organizational development (OD), change management, competency modeling, leadership development, and project management. Federal government experience is required; experience within the Department of Defense is preferred. The primary work location is the Metro DC area and is varied based on client and project requirements.


  • Conducting organizational assessments using a generally accepted, defined model and process.
  • Analyzing data and develop findings and recommendations addressing organizational and employee needs.
  • Presenting data, reports, analyses, and findings to senior leaders.
  • Facilitating focus groups to develop action plans.
  • Leading small to midsize and/or strategic engagements, and managing resources from opportunity qualification through delivery and closeout while achieving cost, schedule, and quality metrics.
  • Functioning as primary point of contact and building effective relationships with assigned clients.
  • Developing and implementing change management and communications plans to support organizational changes.
  • Providing thought leadership in more than one area of core business.
  • Serving as senior expert in the development of intellectual capital, marketing materials, and internal job aids.
  • Mentoring and developing junior consultants to help expand our Firm’s capacity to perform.
  • Identifying and developing new business opportunities to help grow COE’s business.
  • Assisting in the development of business proposals, work plans, schedules, and implementation strategies.
  • Traveling to client sites, as necessary.

Required Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree; prefer Master’s degree in field related to core service offerings
  • 2-4 years of experience (Associate) , 4-8 years of experience (Mid), and 8-10 years of experience (Senior) in management consulting and demonstrated experience in several of the following areas:
    • Strategic Workforce Planning
    • Organizational Development
    • Facilitation
    • Human Capital Strategy and Management
    • Organizational Assessment and Improvement
    • Competency Modeling
    • Leadership Support
    • Knowledge Management
    • Change Guidance
  • Experience managing complex projects in a rapid paced, time sensitive, high quality environment
  • Proposal experience

Technical Competencies

  • Proficient in MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) and MS Project
  • Excellent command of English language (both in speaking and writing)
  • Project plan development
  • Knowledge of federal government contract vehicles and proposal development
  • Presentation skills

Behavioral Competencies

  • Results Orientation
  • Customer Service Orientation
  • Relationship Building
  • Team Leadership
  • Conceptual Thinking

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