Works with the Supervisory Diversity and Inclusion Specialist and OMWI leadership on the development and implementation of policies and programs pertaining to FHFA's diversity and inclusion (D & I) initiatives. Manages the development and application of internal, external, and procurement diversity and inclusion efforts and serves as a subject matter expert on D&I policy planning and program development.Learn more about this agency
Supports the implementation of D&I policies, programs, and standards, that address and advance both the agency's and the regulated entities' diversity and inclusion programs. In coordination with the Senior Diversity and Inclusion Specialist (Lead), contributes to the management of D&I policy for FHFA and the regulated entities across the full complement of human capital, talent management, and contracting and procurement programs.
Applies general knowledge of Section 1116(f) of the Housing and Economic Reform Act of 2008 (HERA) and Section 342 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 (Dodd-Frank) to the implementation of both internal and external D&I programs, policies, and guidance materials. Provides review and recommendations on D&I documents and contributes to the development of D&I policies, standards, guidance, requests for information, legislative responses, and advisory bulletins.
Assesses the D&I program initiatives of the agency and the regulated entities to ensure policies support diversity and inclusion goals, objectives, and established metrics; provides knowledgeable review of the application and effectiveness of GSE D&I programs.
Working with the Supervisory Diversity and Inclusion Specialist, makes recommendations on D&I technical issues, working closely with representatives from the Office of Human Resources Management (OHRM) and the Office of General Counsel (OGC) to help ensure agency programs do not negatively impact protected classes.
Helps educate agency partners on how to measure and analyze diversity and inclusion progress at the regulated entities and within FHFA program offices, including how to identify areas of strength, areas for improvement, and concrete action steps; contributes to recommendations and alternative approaches to overcome challenges and seek out new D&I opportunities.
Assists in the development of new programs and initiatives that expand the scope, impact, and leverage of both short-and long-term diversity and inclusion efforts.
D&I Outreach and Metrics
Provides subject matter review of D&I reports, analytical assessments, and presentations; helps assess recommendations for identifying organizational D&I gaps and for connecting workforce metrics to organizational accountabilities.
Manages D&I outreach and education efforts and supports the implementation of strategies to train and develop the workforce on diversity management principles; evaluates and reports on the effectiveness of D&I training and development programs.
Reviews Special Emphasis Program strategies to ensure they support and are aligned with the agency's diversity and inclusion goals and objectives. Uses defined metrics and measures to review agency organizational systems, policies, and practices.
As directed by the Supervisory Diversity and Inclusion Specialist, participates in work groups, task forces, and special projects and studies critical to the effective application of D&I policies and the resolution of operational issues and problems.
Supports the implementation of the supplier diversity procurement programs and practices in a way which encourages the use of minority-owned, women owned, veteran owned, LGBT-owned, service disable veteran owned, historically underutilized business, and Small Business Administration -defined small business concerns as suppliers.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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