Employment Clerk Job Description Sample
Senior Employment Security Clerk (Hourly) - Albany
Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Either 1. 60 or more college semester credit hours AND one year of full-time work experience in customer service; *
Or 2. a high school diploma or GED AND two years of full-time work experience, one year of which must be in customer service. *
- Customer service is being defined as: interacting with the general public where your primary responsibility is effectively communicating verbally to explain programs/services, policies, or procedures or resolve customer issues and/or problems.
Qualifying Experience may include call center agent, customer service representative, sales representative providing information, bank officer, or telemarketer.
Non-Qualifying Experience includes receptionist, data entry clerk, cashier, retail clerk, bartender, wait staff, hair stylist, bus driver, or home health aide, etc.
Duties Description STANDARD DUTIES:
As a Senior Employment Security Clerk in the Unemployment Insurance Division, your duties would include any of the following: communication with claimants, employers, and Department staff to resolve discrepancies and answer questions; entering, updating and retrieving information from systems for processing unemployment insurance benefits; processing employer and benefit documents, including those involved in the hearing process; reviewing ledgers and making computations to credit charges; processing employer registration forms and addressing employer rate inquiries; examining NYS-45 returns for any discrepancies and determining employer liability; reviewing and preparing documents for high speed scanning; and other clerical duties as needed.
Additional Comments Work hours to be discussed at the time of interview.
Employment Specialist - Customized Employment
What is JCFS looking for?
Enjoys supporting and developing individuals who are working to achieve vocational goals.
Skilled in gathering information from the job seeker as well as a variety of his/her stakeholders to develop a plan detailing the steps to employment.
Comfortable completing outreach and marketing activities to recruit employers and develop employment opportunities for assigned caseload. Speaks and writes clearly and informatively with a diverse range of stakeholders in a variety of mediums.
Solve practical problems where only limited standardization exists.
Remains calm, patient, and supportive in stressful or time-sensitive situations.
Accurately assess the urgency of an issue and respond accordingly.
Works cooperatively and maintains congenial relationships with all key stakeholders.
Thrives in a busy environment with many different demands.
Computer savvy and proficient with Microsoft Office programs, e.g. Word, Excel, Outlook.
Client Development and Support
Carries a caseload of 5 – 10 clients.
Completes intake interview with clients to obtain pertinent data including an evaluation of clients' career needs and funding options.
Obtains and evaluates all pertinent information about each assigned client.
Identifies and evaluates clients' strengths and barriers to employment.
Refers the clients to internal and external resources, as applicable.
Provides one-on-one job readiness training as appropriate.
Creates and identifies employment opportunities by developing strong employer partnerships.
Assists clients in retaining employment through job coaching, developing supports within the workplace, and maintaining constant contact with the employer.
Communicates regularly with clients.
- Initiates contacts with potential employers to enhance relationships to develop possible employment positions.
Maintains accurate and updated records and files of employer and client contacts in paper and the Agency's/Program's client databases.
Follows prescribed safety procedures. Acts to ensure safety for self, co-workers and clients.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university preferably in disability related field, teaching, health services or other related fields.
Three or more years of experience working with young adults and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities.
Knowledge and practice of Customized Employment strategies a plus.
Experience with assisting individuals with disabilities to secure and maintain employment a plus.
As this position requires site visits to locations which may or may not be accessible by public transportation, must be able to drive, have a valid driver's license, vehicle insurance, and reliable access to a reliable vehicle to travel in the Chicago metropolitan area.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Outlook).
Mercedes Benz Of San Diego - General Employment Opportunities
The Accounts Receivable Clerk performs accounting and clerical tasks related to the efficient maintenance and processing of accounts payable transactions.
Prepares accounts receivable statements monthly
Reconciles statements and follows up with collections as necessary
Performs reference check on credit applications. Gives to Controller to approve for current charges
Prepares memo for Controller to increase credit lines for existing charge customers
Answers accounts receivable phone calls and follows up on inquires
Scans/E-mails/Faxes accounts receivable accounting documents if necessary
Processes warranty cancellations and prepare check requests for customer/lienholder refunds
Prepares JV for weekly warranty adjustments
Codes IBEX/Gap Statement for AP and prepare check request if needed
Reconciles VSC statement at EOM with contracts and give back to AP when completed
Prepares check request for PDI reimbursement/charge customers for overpayments or credit refunds
Prepares monthly billings (i.e. DMV,HPO,1st of 2nd payment, citations and transportation fee)
Researches uncashed checks and move to unclaimed property if needed. Sends letters to customers for unclaimed property and prepares check request once a response is received
Sends demand letters and assigns to collection agency upon GM's request for unresponsive customers
Files receipts and statements in customer folders
Reconciles monthly holdback/marketing allowance
Maintains compliance with all company policies and procedures
Reconciles schedules on the 3rd Friday of the month prior to closing or as defined by policies
End of Month to be completed by the 3rd working day or as defined by departmental and company policy
Understands the terminology of the automobile business and keep abreast of technology changes
Follows all attendance and punctuality standards and adheres to timekeeping standards; Employees are required to record the beginning and end times of any shift, break or departure from work for personal reasons
Follows the Code of Business Ethics and Conduct
Understands and follows all work rules and procedures and follows lawful directions from Supervisors
Upholds the company's non-disclosure and confidentiality policies and agreements
Maintains a professional appearance in accordance with company policy
Attends pertinent training on request
Attends company meetings as required
Other duties as assigned
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
All other duties as assigned.
The Company is committed to hiring a diverse and qualified workforce. We will not consider any characteristic or category protected by state or federal law in hiring or employment decisions, including but not limited to race, national origin, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, status as a parent, or genetic information.
Req Number: 2414
Location Address: 4750 Kearny Mesa Rd.
Provides recruitment, selection, placement support and direction to assigned client groups. Ensures adequate diverse pool of qualified candidates to meet client needs. Consults with managers to develop recruiting plans and programs to achieve business goals.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Maintains effective working relationships with all levels of company management to ensure staffing coverage of human resource needs.
Develops and implements, under general supervision, recruiting/sourcing strategies and processes to support the hiring and business needs of the corporation.
Recommends qualified candidates to hiring managers for regular professional and administrative/support positions after interviewing candidates and assessing strength of qualifications against job requirements. May extend job offer and negotiate terms.
Monitors staffing processes to ensure regulatory compliance. Supports internal job posting and transfers program. Coordinates the implementation of recruitment advertising.
Recommends process enhancements based on analysis of quarterly staffing summary reports.
Verifies pre-employment hiring documentation and reviews hiring decision.
Counsels and trains managers and employees on Talent Acquisition processes, regulatory compliance and career planning.
Develops, updates and administers programs (e.g. Internships and Career Day).
Identifies and develops sources for qualified candidates by establishing relationships with placement agencies, colleges, universities, technical schools, diversity community agencies, etc.
Performs other duties as assigned.
No formal supervisory responsibilities in this position. Provides informal assistance such as technical guidance,\ and/or training to co-workers. May coordinate and assign tasks to co-workers within a work unit and/or project.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's degree (BA/BS) from 4-year college or university in human resources or related field or comparable combination of education and experience. Minimum of 2 years staffing or recruiting experience required.
CERTIFICATES and/or LICENSES
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong organizational and analytical skills.
Ability to provide efficient, timely, reliable and courteous service to customers. Ability to effectively present information.
Ability to calculate intermediate figures such as percentages, salaries and commissions.
Ability to solve problems involving several options. Under supervision and with latitude for actions and decisions, has responsibility for most aspects of projects that are broad in nature and that may require originality and/or ingenuity. Ability to apply sound judgment and a high level of analytical skills when calibrating candidates to target positions.
OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES
Understanding of specific Talent Acquisition concepts with emphasis on Recruiting processes, internal HR policies, employment law and interviewing techniques or equivalent demonstrated skills and abilities. Demonstrated personal computer skills using Microsoft Office, Internet software, and human resources information system (HRIS) and applicant tracking system (ATS) applications. Basic knowledge of basic human resource functions such as compensation, benefits, employee/labor relations, training and development.
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY
Decisions made with understanding of procedures and company policies to achieve set results and deadlines. Responsible for setting own project deadlines. Errors in judgment may cause short-term impact to co-workers and supervisor.
Director, Corporate Counsel, Labor & Employment – Costa Mesa, CA
director, Corporate Counsel – Labor & Employment – Costa Mesa, California
From the beginning, Starbucks set out to be a different kind of company. One that not only celebrates coffee and its rich tradition, but that creates a feeling of connection. We develop and support partners (employees) who share this passion and are guided by their service to others.
As a Starbucks director, corporate counsel – Labor & Employment, you will play an integral role in helping a highly complex, fast paced organization in a rapidly changing environment adhere to its mission and values by ensuring that we properly maintain compliance with employment laws, assess risk balanced with business objectives, offer solutions, hold each other accountable and treat partners with respect and dignity. You will support multiple client groups and use your seasoned judgment and experience to counsel our Partner Resources (HR) Organization and retail leaders at varying levels on wage and hour compliance, workplace accommodations, protected leave, performance management, claims of harassment, discrimination and retaliation, manager and sensitive separations, business reorganizations and compliance with federal, state and local labor and employment regulations. You will direct and oversee investigations alleging unlawful employment actions. You will work with and oversee outside counsel and in-house paralegals to defend lawsuits and agency charges filed against the company. In addition to retail clients, you will similarly advise functional support groups on issues of compliance, performance management, discipline, accommodations, corporate reorganizations and more. Experience advising retail businesses is a plus but is not required.
Leveraging your previous experience, we will enable you to:
Guide – Clearly and concisely communicate strategic legal counseling to Starbucks retail operations teams, as well as the adjacent businesses and functions that collaborate with and support the business.
Collaborate – Establish highly collaborative relationships with clients and with other legal department partners to provide cross-functional support for the business, including helping paralegals and other support staff to succeed.
Be a Trusted Advisor – Help advance business objectives and mitigate risk by acting as a trusted advisor whose strategic thinking, business acumen, pragmatic problem-solving and proactive counsel are sought out by clients.
We'd love to hear from people with:
At least nine years of relevant substantive legal experience in labor & employment law and litigation in a law firm or in-house legal department
Extensive California wage & hour compliance and litigation experience
Experience managing complex class actions and PAGA claims as well as single plaintiff cases
Experience managing outside counsel to ensure efficiency and fiscal prudence
Experience proactively recognizing and managing e-Discovery issues
Demonstrated history of challenging the status quo, identifying improvements to mitigate systemic risks and working with stakeholders to implement solutions
Experience and judgment necessary to operate with significant autonomy in advising leaders at all levels from first-line managers to senior executives
J.D. from accredited law school
Licensed to practice law in California
We hope to hear from you! Click "Apply Online" to begin the application process today.
Starbucks and its brands are an equal opportunity employer of all qualified individuals.
We are committed to creating a diverse and welcoming workplace that includes partners with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We believe that enables us to better meet our mission and values while serving customers throughout our global communities. People of color, women, LGBTQIA , veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Qualified applicants with criminal histories will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with all federal state and local ordinances. Starbucks Corporation is committed to offering reasonable accommodations to job applicants with disabilities. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact us at 206-318-0660 or via email at email@example.com
Employment Support Specialist / Job Coach
Look no further. This is the place for you! Liberty ARC offers you the chance to have a fulfilling career with numerous opportunities to make a REAL difference in the lives of those we support. Liberty, the Montgomery County Chapter of NYSARC, supports individuals with developmental and physical disabilities. If you’re looking for an inspiring profession with many life-long rewards and want to be a part of something special, we want YOU!
Don’t miss the chance to work at one of most respected not-for-profits in upstate NY. We offer numerous professional growth opportunities, paid/on-the-job training and competitive benefits. Apply now and begin a truly unforgettable experience with us. It’s all about the opportunity and what you make of the journey!
Employment Support Specialist
$1,000.00 Sign On Bonus
($100 at 30 days, $400 at 6 months, $500 at 1 year)
Location: Amsterdam, NY
Reports To: Coordinator of Employment Services, CEN
walking, standing, sitting, bending, reaching, twisting, squatting, kneeling, climbing, lifting up to 50lbs, push and pull heavy loads.
Hours of Work: Full Time, 37.5hrs a week. Some travel required, must be willing to work flexible hours(evenings/weekends)
- High school diploma/GED
- A minimum of two(2) years of experience in providing services to persons who have disabling conditions(experience in vocational rehabilitation preferred).
- Valid NYS Driver’s License
- Ability to read, write and speak the English language. Ability to also read, write and speak the Spanish language preferred.
- A varied and successful work history in competitive employment settings
- Knowledge of employer expectations of performance and employee behaviors
- Knowledge of the local job market
- Ability to communicate effectively and present in groups.
The overall duties center around providing person-centered employment planning and support services that provide assistance for an individual to prepare for, obtain, maintain or advance in competitive employment.
- Participate in community events such as open houses, grand openings and job fairs as requested.
- Collaborate with local schools, employers, funders and other community partners to develop relationships and navigate work experiences and supports for individuals supported.
- Participate in ongoing training and staff development activities associated with provisions employment services.
- Develop job leads and work experience opportunities for individuals supported
- Assure that job placement matches the skill set, interest and abilities of individuals
- Communicate and coordinate amongst co-workers and team members to identify job placement opportunities for all individuals receiving services.
- Conduct pre-employment services including but not limited to youth transition, interview preparation, benefits navigation, travel training, development of natural supports and referral for other services.
- Job coach individuals at the job site at the intensity and frequency that is needed by the consumer.
- Promote on the job training for individuals to learn or develop skills essential to their job.
- Foster opportunities to educate and engage employers to understand and utilize tax incentives, work try-outs, on the job training and accommodations.
- Complete all necessary paperwork for pre-employment, placement, intensive and extended services.
- Meet milestones goals and performance indicators for pre-employment, placement and retention services.
- Provide person centered individual support in all areas of supported employment reflective of individual’s personal outcomes and goals.
- Conduct periodic reassessment and alteration of strategies, as appropriate to the person’s needs.
- Advocacy with other service providers, the person’s natural supports and employers to promote adjustment and employment retention.
- Attend ISP meetings/reviews and other review meetings for individuals on caseload.
- Coordinate services in the community for each individual as need dictates.
- Maintain up-to-date and accurate case records for each consumer on caseload(progress notes, implementation plans, ISP updates and other as prescribed by policies and procedures)
- Assure services provided uphold quality, integrity and compliance
- Perform other duties and trainings as assigned.
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer regardless of Race/Color/Religion/Age/Sex/National Origin/Marital Status/Disability/Veteran Status/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Genetic Information and all other categories covered by law. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment physicals and substance abuse testing.
Liberty was founded in 1957 by parents of children with developmental disabilities who wished to establish special education programs in the local community. Celebrating 60 years of quality services in 2017, the organization offers vocational, residential, day, family support and health-related services. We are headquartered in Amsterdam, NY with sites located throughout Montgomery County.
Employment Specialist Financial Education & Initiatives
When you love what you do, its more than a job. Its a passion, and a Mission.
We are sure that youve seen our stores, but have you ever considered the employment opportunities found at Goodwill in our Social and Shared Services? We are committed to finding the best Workforce Development, Disability Services and Financial Education professionals to help the people in our community reach their fullest potential. Our Financial Education team is seeking an Employment Specialist to guide and coach Goodwill's many program participants into better financial stability and self-sufficiency through a better understanding of banking basics, budgeting, debt management, investing, critical thinking skills, credit score literacy. They also will provide one on one financial coaching, support with securing and maintaining employment, as well as assistance with tax preparation and filing.
We have what you are looking for:
Professional Training Opportunities
Medical, Dental, and Vision Plans
Paid Vacation 10 days per year
Paid Sick Leave 8 days per year
9 Paid Holidays
Employee Assistance Program
Short-Term, Long-Term Disability
Who we are looking for:
The best fit for this Employment Specialist role will be patient, empathetic and love to guide others. You must be capable of relating to individuals with barriers to employment, including long periods of unemployment and limited work skills. We handle confidental information in this department, and you must be able to respect the members of our community regardless of where they are in thier personal and financial journey. You care about ethics, and must be capable of working with staff members in a team approach. We serve a diverse community, and therefore Spanish fluent applicants are preferred but not required.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide one on one employment coaching.
Assist participants with developing professional portfolios (targeted resume, cover letter, application).
Provide participants with the opportunity to practice interviewing skills via mock interviews.
Coordinate and facilitate bi-weekly job club with community partners.
Provide job search preparation workshops.
Present appropriate job leads to participants.
Instruct financial education classes, as needed.
Provide referrals for wraparound support services.
Coordinate with internal and external stakeholders for financial education offerings.
Enter client information into case management systems including Salesforce, ETO, and CaseWorthy.
Provide support and guidance to volunteers that promotes positivity and professionalism.
Assist with coordinating tax volunteer schedules to ensure appropriate coverage for each shift.
Attend all staff meetings and necessary professional development trainings.
Performs other duties as assigned by management necessary to accomplish program goals.
Education and/or Experience: AA Degree in business or social services required; experience in working with persons with barriers to employment is highly preferred.
Ability to write routine reports and correspondence; ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization; must be able to communicate effectively in written and oral format.
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have Intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft (MS) Word, Excel and PowerPoint; must possess knowledge of and skills to utilize MS software including basic spreadsheets and databases; Internet knowledge required.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: A valid driver's license and proof of insurance is required.
Must be able to travel throughout the community during business hours. Some out of state travel may be required as well.
Our mission is to help people reach their fullest potential through individual education, job placement and career pathway services made possible by community donations, purchases and partnerships. It takes many talented people to help achieve our mission. We have been serving our community and changing lives for over 95 years - wont you join us?
For more information on how Goodwill serves our community though professional and job training programs, please visit our website.
Employees must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodation. Goodwill of Olympics and Rainer Region gladly considers requests for accommodation and, if the requested accommodation is reasonable, will make such reasonable accommodations as will enable an otherwise qualified person with a disability to perform the essential functions of this position.
At Goodwill, we welcome people with diverse backgrounds, including persons with disabilities or other disadvantages. In fact, a substantial portion of our employees have a disability and/or economic disadvantage and we strongly encourage such persons to apply.
This organization participates in E-Verify. E-Verify is a service that verifies authorization to work in the U.S. through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the U.S. Department of Social Security (SSA). For further information on E-Verify contact DHS at 1-888-464-4218.
Supported Employment Associate - Millcreek Of Poplarville
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Attend orientation/training as scheduled.
Maintain reports and daily logs and submit to Supervisor in the assigned timeframe.
Notify Supervisor in advance if unable to complete assigned shifts.
Act as advocate/liaison between individual and co-workers and/or individual and supervisor.
Monitor relationships (individual/co-workers, individual/employer) to ensure that positive and supportive communication occurs.
Review employer's policies, expectations, and, requirements with the individual.
Assist individual to participate in job explorations and other job-related activities as needed.
Orient individuals to work site, i.e., time card, restrooms, break areas, rules, etc.
Train individual regarding all safety rules on the job site.
Model appropriate work behaviors to enhance/reinforce individual employment skills.
Perform work tasks not performed by individual to the employer's specifications in order to meet the obligation to the employer.
Provide on-going job modification to solve individual's skill-related problems.
Provide on-going assessment and recording of individual's performance, productivity, and behavior.
Provide transportation for the individual to and from the worksite.
Maintain liability insurance on personal vehicle in order to transport individuals to and from the worksite.
Notify Supervisor of any accident or moving violation within 24 hours of its occurrence.
Adhere to all Millcreek and HCBS ID/DD waiver program policies and procedures.
Follow all safety policies and adhere to all workers' compensation program guidelines.
Other duties as assigned.
Asphalt Finisher (Dpw - Employment Opportunity)
Under general supervision, adjusts and controls the distribution and placement of asphaltic mixtures from mechanized asphalt-laying equipment; assists in directing a small crew of workers engaged in preparing and finishing asphalt surfaces.
Examples of Duties
Adjusts and controls the flow, width, distribution, and grade of asphaltic mixtures from asphalt paving machines by manipulating and adjusting external control devices.
Ensures asphaltic mixtures brought to specified grade and depth.
Assigns other workers to specific manual raking and luting tasks.
Directs dumping of asphalt into machines.
Instructs other workers in controlling the laying operation of paving machines.
Assists superior in directing pavement areas to be cut out to ensure quality work in resurfacing.
Assists in training other workers in activities associated with street resurfacing or construction such as to manually rake and lute asphalt, tend tool heaters and asphalt kettles, cut out heaves and other preparatory work prior to resurfacing.
Performs and/or leads other workers in performing any tasks associated with asphalt resurfacing activities.
High School Diploma or G.E.D.
Three years of experience in asphalt paving including two years of experience in controlling the operation of asphalt paving machines.
LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Employees in this class may be required to operate a motor vehicle - Valid State of Michigan Operator License required.
Examination: Computerized Exam
Oral Appraisal: 40%
Evaluation of TEP: 30%
Military Service: 1% Minimum to 15% Maximum
Domicile Credit: 15 points
Basic safety practices required for safe use of tools, materials and equipment.
Asphalt raking and luting and the methods and materials used in asphalt resurfacing.
Techniques and equipment used in spreading and in making accurate estimates of paving materials required for various projects.
Performing street resurfacing work.
Physical and mechanical dexterity.
Direct the work of others.
Operate necessary tools and equipment.
Display initiative and resourcefulness in handling unusual asphalt paving problems.
Interact effectively with subordinates and other department personnel with tact and diplomacy.
Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position.
- Work involves significant field activities with exposure to seasonal weather conditions.
The above statements describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to the class. Incumbents may be required to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification. Specific job duties may vary from position to position.
Employee Relations And Equal Employment Opportunity Consultant
Serves as the initial point of contact for County employees and management on personnel matters; providing guidance and interpretation of Human Resources policies, discipline, and for EEO-related discrimination, retaliation, and harassment matters. Provides consultation on performance management, standards of conduct, leave practices, and mediating conflict in the workplace in accordance with all applicable laws, policies and ordinances. Coordinates and facilitates various Employee Relations/EEO activities, programs, and trainings.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in a closely related field, plus four (4) years of human resources experience, of which two (2) years must have been in Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) or experience in a closely related field; OR an equivalent combination of related education and experience. Education may not be substituted for the required EEO-related experience.
Due to the nature of this position, the successful applicant must pass a required pre-employment background check and subsequent mandatory background checks in accordance with current County Human Resources policy requirements.
Receives, screens, and analyzes the evidentiary information necessary to evaluate discrimination/harassment claims. Determines the scope of the investigation and assigns/guides investigators when applicable.
Conducts investigations of internal discrimination claims, generates report of findings and prepares letters of determination s. Attends depositions and court proceedings as a witness.
Provides technical assistance and guidance to managers, supervisors, and employees on employment discrimination issues, fair employment practices, and interpretation of related County policies.
Researches, identifies, and analyzes specific employee relations concerns and makes appropriate recommendations to management in the areas of employee relations, performance management, employee discipline, and interpretation of related County policies.
Provides guidance to managers, supervisors, and employees on issues related to the Family Medical Leave Act, leave practices, alcohol and drug testing, and fitness for duty evaluations.
Conducts research and provides advice and assistance on employment-related regulations at the County, State, and Federal level. Brings compliance related concerns to the attention of the ER/EEO Manager.
Monitors employment law and work place trends to design and implement relevant policies and trainings.
Develops course outlines and training content for ER and/or EEO-related online and in-person training.
Provides annual updates; gathers analysis of hiring and recruitment data; compiles and conducts statistical analyses of EEO data relative to protected class representation (under representation analysis), as well as availability analysis and underutilization analysis; prepares and maintains a variety of EEO reports required by the Federal government.
Manages and coordinates the Mediation Program process.
Recommends new approaches, policies, and procedures to affect continual improvements in efficiency of department and services performed.
May assist ADA Coordinator in addressing Reasonable Accommodation requests, training, and other disability related issues.
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