EEO Barrier Analysis Specialist

US-VA-Arlington
Job ID
2017-1907
Category
Management Consulting
Clearance Level
Clearable

Overview

This position will be in support of the Department of the Interior, Office of Civil Rights. This contractor is responsible for providing project management support to manage and coordinate the barrier analysis project to ensure compliance with applicable anti-discrimination laws, statutes, and regulations, including MD-715.

 

Responsibilities

The Contractor shall assist the Government in affirmative employment services to meet the agency regulatory policies and procedures to include the following:

Assist in conducting Barrier Analysis of Mission-Critical Occupations in the department workforce to determine whether any management or personnel policy, procedure, or practice is operating to disadvantage any group based on a prohibited Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) basis.

Provide project management support to manage and coordinate the barrier analysis to ensure compliance with applicable anti-discrimination laws, statutes, and regulations, including MD-715. 

Assist in development of a Draft Barrier Analysis Report and Final Barrier Analysis Report.

 

Must possess a strong working knowledge of all facets of the Federal EEO/Civil Rights laws, regulations, and statutes, with experience as an EEO practitioner in a large decentralized Federal agency.

 

Must possess experience working with statistics, tables, and charts in the Federal Government to create MD-715 Reports.

 

Must possess extensive experience conducting Barrier Analyses of Agency Mission Critical Occupations.

 

Must possess experience conducting studies, organizational reviews, and workforce analyses to identify systemic equal employment problems, such as under-representation in professional lines of work or agency policies and practices that may have a disparate impact on minority employees and job applicants with disabilities.

 

Successful candidate will have a documented history of demonstrating expert understanding of federal Affirmative Employment Policies.

 

Must possess extensive experience applying the results of studies to developing new policies and standards for implementation throughout a federal agency.

 

Must possess extensive experience working collaboratively on teams to accomplish major goals.

 

Working knowledge of the following directives is required:

  • Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII as amended
  • EEOC Management Directive 715Executive Order 11748-Equal Opportunity in the Government
  • Instructions to Federal Agencies for EEO MD-715, Dated July 20, 2004
  • Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 501, as amended

Qualifications

Required Skills:

  • Strong working knowledge of Barrier Analysis and MD-715 reporting
  • Advanced MS Office skills
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Detail oriented

Education:

  • Bachelor's degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience

Clearance:

  • Ability to pass background check

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