The Directorate of Civilian Human Resources, Diversity and
Leadership is responsible for the overall direction, management and
planning, coordination and administration of the Coast Guard's Service-wide
civilian human resources program. The Directorate advises Coast Guard senior
leadership on a wide range of sensitive and vital issues extending to
matters and policies involving management of civilian personnel, diversity
management for the entire Coast Guard workforce, and leadership training
opportunities for every segment of the Coast Guard workforce, including
workforce analysis and planning for all Service components.
Under the general direction and supervision of the Assistant Commandant for
Human Resources, the Director, Civilian Human Resources, Diversity and
Leadership Directorate shall:
Serve as advisor to senior command officials on civilian personnel
matters and issues, and bring issues of concern to their attention and their
issues of concern to the workforce.
Conduct special studies, research and analysis on the broad spectrum of
civilian personnel and workforce management issues.
Develop civilian workforce management Plans and Policies; ensure overall
policy consistency with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and the
Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Provide oversight and immediate technical control of the civilian Human
Resources Management program.
Oversee the diversity management programs that create and support an
organizational structure that achieves, values, and maximizes the benefits
derived from a diverse workforce.
In coordination with the Director of Reserve and Military Personnel
(CG-13), develop policies and practices that optimize the development of
workforce components to assure the most efficient and effective use of
available active, reserve, civilian, and Coast Guard Auxiliary human
Coordinate with the workforce forecasting and analysis staff to ensure
appropriate decision tools are readily available to workforce program
Oversee the formulation of policies concerning leadership training and
professional development of all Coast Guard personnel to include the Unit
Program (ULDP), Individual Development Plan (IDP), Mentoring Programs,
Leadership Training Programs, and the Career Development Advisor Program.
Oversee Service policy and procedures that ensure all employees with
potential for increased responsibility are provided appropriate leadership
Liaison directly with the CG-1A Business Operations Staff to coordinate
resource/financial management issues (e.g. budgeting, distribution of
funds, executing current year budgets, etc.) impacting the Directorate.