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This position is located in the Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Staff, within the Office of the Executive Director which serves as the Commission's chief policy advisor on all equal employment opportunity issues and charged with developing, managing and directing the Commission's affirmative employment planning, and EEO discrimination complaint processing programs.
Major Duties for the Equal Employment Specialist:
- Manages coordinates,and is responsible for all aspects of the preparation of the FERC Annual EEO Status Report (based on EEOC Management Directive 715) in cooperation with the eeo staff, and Human Resources Division.
- Assists the Discrimination Complaint Program Manager in analyzing, reviewing and evaluating investigative reports in terms of quality, accuracy and completeness to ensure that allegations of discrimination have been fully and objectively investigated.
- Manages and coordinates the Special Emphasis Program (SEP) for FERC. Incumbent is responsible for developing relevant SEP activities/events, obtaining speakers; and purchasing video documentaries. Incumbent is also responsible for working with and assisting affinity groups when necessary.
- Analyzes management practices, organizational structures, employment patterns, and lines of progression (career ladders) to determine their impact on EEO and upward mobility by women and minorities.
- Conducts analytical studies and prepares statistical narrative reports.
- Participates in the development and recommendation of EEO training for supervisors and managers for Commission-wide EEO training.
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