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     This position is located in the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at the Department of Labor, Office of Inspector General.   

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    1. Plans, organizes and administers a comprehensive nationwide equal employment opportunity (EEO) and workforce diversity program for the agency.  Develops policy statements, program guidelines, and operating procedures for agency EEO program activities.  The EEO program includes internal pre-complaint and reporting programs, special emphasis, agency affirmative action plans, and reasonable accommodation program.

    2. Evaluates the effectiveness of OIG EEO programs with respect to the resolution of systemic problems, elimination of management policies and practices that serve as barriers to achieving EEO goals, effectiveness of special emphasis and achievement of goals in affirmative action plans and reports.  Identifies and evaluates innovative systems, practices, and procedures used in other Federal agencies and the private sector that represent best practices for possible adoption by OIG.

    3. Serves as an authoritative consultant and advisor to the Deputy Inspector General and other top agency management officials concerning all aspects of equal employment opportunity and workforce diversity. Ensures the visibility and participation of the EEO program in top management meetings and decision-making, to include strategic planning. Provides extensive technical assistance to top agency officials on the settlement or resolution of the most complex complaints of discrimination. Proposes innovative solutions to the resolution of complex complaints.   

    4.  Collaborates with Human Resources and provides input in developing policies and operating procedures that facilitate the effective accomplishment of the agency EEO program. Participates in the review and development of personnel policies and programs and workforce planning documents including recruitment, college relations, internship programs, and human capital initiatives.

    5.  Sets directions and plans to ensure implementation of the Equal Employment program through subordinates. Plans, assigns, and adjusts work assignments, conducts quarterly or longer term planning for office reviews operations to increase efficiency and productivity.  Exercises complete discretion in determining the most effective use of resources allocated to specific goals and objectives.  

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - May be required to support the mission of the Agency.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential

    15 - Promotions are dependent on your ability to perform the duties at a higher level, the need for an employee promoted to the higher level, and supervisory approval.

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