Coordinator III, Equal Employment Opportunity & Americans with Disability Act

Location
Fairfax, Virginia
Salary
We offer a competitive compensation package with excellent benefits.
Posted
Sep 12, 2019
Closes
Oct 17, 2019
Function
Human Resources
Industry
Education
Hours
Full Time

Description

Serves as the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)/Americans with Disability Act (ADA) coordinator, overseeing and implementing the division’s response to discrimination complaints based on a protected class and employee requests for reasonable accommodations under the ADA; plans, manages, coordinates and supervises all aspects of the EEO and ADA response processes; oversees school-based and nonschool-based investigation into allegations of discrimination based on a protected class; exercises leadership to assess, design, implement, and continually improve the division's EEO response and ADA concerning investigations and related training; keeps abreast of developments in the law; and produces annual reports regarding the Division's compliance with EEO.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree. Juris doctorate or advanced degree preferred. Six years of progressively more responsible experience conducting investigations in the area of human rights and classification of occupational classes. Two years of which shall have been supervising and managing staff. Experience with ADA and FMLA claims. Bar membership preferred. Expert knowledge of theories, procedures, practices, materials, methods, and regulations and/or legislation related to discrimination based on a protected class. Knowledge of personnel management and investigating and documenting occupational class studies. Skill in personnel, financial, and administrative management. Substantial writing and analytical skills. Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects and competing priorities simultaneously, adjusting quickly to daily changes. Strong problem solving and conflict resolution skills. Ability to train, supervise, and evaluate performance of staff, taking corrective action as needed. Ability to deal with stressful situations while maintaining composure. Ability to establish and maintain satisfactory collaborative working relationships with local law enforcement, department and school-based staff, and peers. Demonstrated integrity and sound judgment in performing duties with ability to manage highly sensitive and confidential information. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with all levels within the Division.

Interested candidates should apply online:

http://careers.fcps.edu/gateway.htm?&tg=supp&req=12411BR

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