Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Director - Columbus, Ohio

The Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (State of Ohio) is looking for an EEO Director to oversee all equal opportunity initatives. The selected candidate will write affirmative action plans and conduct investigative interviews.

The Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) is a dynamic organization that offers career opportunities across many different disciplines.  Please click this link to read more, then come back to this job posting to submit your application!

About Our Agency

At BWC, our job is Prevention & Care. It's good for workers, employers and Ohio's economy. Everything we do each day ties back to these two simple purposes:

  • Preventing injuries and occupational illnesses on the job - The best claim is one that never happens. That's why it's critical for us to focus on prevention through safety education, training and consultation;
  • Caring for injured workers so they can return to work and life as quickly as possible - In spite of everyone's best efforts, injuries and illnesses can happen in any workplace at any time. That's why we must also focus on injured worker care to ensure the best outcomes and return-to-work success.

When Prevention & Care come together, we seal the deal for our customers - Ohio's employers and injured workers. That same partnership that brings together Prevention & Care is what we're all about. It reduces costs and lowers premiums for employers, allows businesses to succeed throughout the state and, most importantly, keeps Ohio's workers healthy and safe on the job. 

We also fulfill a promise made in Ohio more than 100 years ago when workers' comp began. The partnership between business and labor created a system that provides a financial safety net for employers and workers - as well as peace of mind.

 

About the Job

Under direction from the Chief Human Resources Officer, plans develops &

administers the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation’s affirmative action program

agency-wide including the development & implementation of affirmative action

plan & related compliance programs, management of the Bureau’s EEO complaint process & agency Minority Business Enterprise program; responsible for ensuring proper personnel & labor procedures in regard to Civil Rights laws & ensures the Bureau’s overall program compliance with state & federal regulations including Civil Rights Act, administrative rules, executive orders, Age Discrimination in Employment Act & the Americans with Disabilities Act; makes recommendations to executive staff including the BWC Administrator regarding needed corrections or improvements; develops & reviews policies & procedures for the Bureau; advises the Bureau with respect to the employment process including the appropriate use & functions of employee testing; develops the Bureau’s Civil Rights plans & coordinates the preparation of EEO reports to the BWC Administrator.

Provides consultation & technical assistance on a statewide basis interpreting civil service rules & regulations, labor agreements & EEO laws; plans & conducts meetings, seminars & conferences; develops & delivers training programs; coordinates & maintains liaison with various organizations & agencies (e.g., Urban League, NAACP); represents the Bureau in various meetings, committees & conferences with respect to civil rights & affirmative action matters; responsible for designing & conducting interviewing training programs, evaluation procedures,

informational policies handbooks, recruitment manuals & interviewing technique

guidelines.

Assures overall agency compliance with the full range of Civil Rights legislation;

responds to complaints related to civil rights; manages complaints & charges;

performs & supervises investigations related to the above.

 

Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree
5-10 years of experience in the field of EEO/HR

3-5 years of experience conducting investigations into workplace complaints pertaining to Federal or State discrimination legislation

Understanding of Federal or State programs aimed at providing opportunities to disadvantaged populations

Possess experience in data research and analysis

Ability to effectively communicate at all levels of the organization

Demonstrate the ability to relate and interact with a diverse population

Attention to detail with strong prioritization skills

Possess negotiation skills

Ability to make decisions and/or offer recommendations to staff

Ability to operate a personal computer with related business software to produce presentations, reports and other related documents.
 

Position Location:

William Green Building

30 W. Spring Street

Columbus, OH 43215

 

Classified Indicator: Unclassified

Bargaining Unit / Exempt: Exempt

Compensation: Based on qualifications but not to exceed $42.47

The posting will close on Aug 12, 2018, 11:59:00 PM

Apply here: https://dasstateoh.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=180002RB&lang=en#.W1s02cZ9CLI.mailto

If you have any quesions, please reach out to Megan Lentz at megan.l.1@bwc.state.oh.us

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