EEO Compliance Specialist

Posted Date 1 month ago(6/28/2021 10:17 AM)
Job ID
2021-3505
Location
US-DC-Washington
Clearance Required
Yes
Other Clearance
DHS ICE Public Trust

Position Description

XLA is looking for a EEO Compliance Specialist to work on site at our customer's offices in Washington D.C. The EEO Compliance Analyst will be responsible for:

  • Experience reviewing, editing, and uploading documents into the EEOC website
  • Monitor incoming email and provide data reports to investigators and document requests from OHC
  • Process draft ROIs
  • Issue Reports of Investigations and Advisement of Rights and upload to iComplaints
  • Process cost sheets and investigation case files and upload to iComplaints and update Event
  • Complete monthly CRD data report for leadership
  • Prepare data pulls from iComplaints for site visit briefs
  • Prepare monthly statistics

Other responsibilities may include:

  • Drafting reports regarding ODCR mission activities, including researching and compiling relevant information from multiple data sources, analyzing data to identify trends, triggers, and barriers, and compiling information to service ODCR customers and meet ICE reporting requirements;
  • Drafting briefs regarding ODCR mission activities, including identifying relevant audience and tailoring information to specific needs and areas of responsibility, compiling relevant information from multiple data sources, analyzing data to identify trends, triggers, and barriers, aggregating and integrating program information, tracking ICE program outputs and outcomes, utilizing latest graphic design and statistical software, and compiling information to service ODCR customers and meet ICE reporting requirements; 
  • Drafting standard operating procedures and assessments regarding ODCR mission activities, including using qualitative and quantitative data in assessment process, including researching and compiling relevant information from multiple data sources, analyzing data to identify trends, triggers, and barriers, participating in assessment process, drafting recommendations to resolve identified concerns, and compiling information to service ODCR customers and meet ICE reporting requirements; 
  • Editing reports, briefs, standard operating procedures, and assessments to ensure accuracy, reviewing citations and underlying data, and ensuring professional business standards.
  • Familiarity with Equality Employment Opportunity rules, regulations, and practices.

Requirements

  • A Bachelor's Degree in business, administration, human resources or related subject matter area
  • Experience using EEOC iComplaints
  • Three (3) years of experience drafting, editing, and proofreading
  • Experience using applied research for solving complex problems
  • Experience effectively communicating with personnel at all levels of the organization, both internal and external
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Security Clearance, Public Trust

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