Assessment Center and Job Analysis - Intermittent Consultant

13 Sep 2017 12:32 PM | Anonymous

CPS HR Consulting seeks an experienced Human Resources professional to work on an intermittent basis performing a variety of testing and selection-related consulting work.  Candidates should live in the Eastern US (Wisconsin, Illinois, Tennessee, Mississippi, and eastward), convenient to a major airport.  The incumbent will apply knowledge, skills, and abilities mainly in the design, development, and administration of assessment center projects, as well as be responsible for day-to-day project and program activities, including conducting job analyses.  The position requires independent thought and judgment.  We desire an articulate individual with excellent analytical, organizational, research, and statistical skills, with a willingness and ability to travel an average of 50% of the time.  Travel may occur on evenings and weekends.  This is not a regular position, it is based on project needs.

Typical job functions include but are not limited to:

  • Conduct job analysis studies, conduct and coordinate test/assessment design/development/administration activities, attend client meetings, determine client and project needs, and outline scopes of work and project timelines.
  • Develop and administer assessment centers for many types of positions, especially for public safety entities.
  • Facilitate subject matter expert panel meetings.
  • Assist in responding to requests for proposals.
  • Prepare a variety of documents and detailed reports.
  • Construct various types of employment examinations, exercises, and rating/scoring rubrics/guidelines.
  • Apply legal guidelines to ensure valid processes while promoting best practices.
  • Facilitate test administration activities.
  • Monitor project budget activity.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships, work accurately and effectively, and maintain a strong customer focus.
  • Communicate effectively, orally and in writing, with clients, co-workers, applicants/candidates, and others.



Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Industrial/Organizational Psychology or closely related field is required.  Master’s degree or Ph.D. is highly preferred.


Must have at least two years of professional full-time experience, including conducting job analyses, examination pass point setting, examination development for selection, and/or developing and administering assessment centers.  Must also have experience in public safety or local government.

We may consider a graduate student who is working on an advanced degree in Industrial/ Organizational Psychology who may not have the full-time experience.

Pay rate for project work is typically between $40 and $60 per hour depending on experience and assignment.

Apply online at:  Applications will be accepted through November 12, 2017.  We may fill the position prior to that date.


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