[blindlaw] Snohomish County Washington Job Posting - EEO Officer

Nightingale, Noel Noel.Nightingale at ed.gov
Mon May 1 20:31:17 UTC 2017

From: washingtonattorneyswithdisabilitiesassociation at googlegroups.com [mailto:washingtonattorneyswithdisabilitiesassociation at googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Conrad Reynoldson
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We have an opening for an EEO Officer.  We appreciate any assistance in spreading the word about this opportunity.

Thank you.


Salary: $79,727.41 - $112,659.12 Annually

Closing:  Open Until Filled
Apply online: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/snohomish/jobs/1713967/eeo-officer

Basic Function
Under supervision of the Human Resources Director, this position is responsible for providing leadership and direction for the Snohomish County Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Office.


  1.  Develops, prepares and implements a comprehensive annual affirmative action (AA) plan for the County; revises and updates the plan as necessary.
  2.  Monitors compliance with the County's overall affirmative action plan on a regular basis. Provides assistance and guidelines regarding departmental EEO plans designed to increase diversity and promote EEO principles and practices.
  3.  Engages departments in implementing affirmative action efforts by providing counseling and training to management and staff.
  4.  Evaluates EEO/AA data to identify potential barriers for recruitment/advancement of racial/ethnic minority and female employees and make recommendations on corrective actions to eliminate employment barriers.
  5.  Works with Human Resources and department staff to identify and/or address potential barriers to recruiting diverse applicants and retaining such employees, particularly for positions in underrepresented EEO job categories.
  6.  Directs and/or prepares annual internal and external EEO reports. Monitors and reviews the County's employment practices, including job postings, recruitment selection, promotion, performance evaluations, transfers and separations to ensure compliance with applicable laws and County EEO guidelines.
  7.  Consults and provides assistance to managers/supervisors in the interpretation of County policies and procedures, labor agreements, complex investigations and other human resources issues relating to EEO.
  8.  Researches federal, state, and local laws and informs management on legislation that will impact EEO policies. Monitors, revises and/or recommends changes to County policies and procedures as appropriate. Works with Prosecuting Attorney's Office, and others regarding complex EEO matters.
  9.  Directs and/or leads assigned staff.
  10. Investigates EEO complaints; recommends resolution alternatives to management; and prepares reports, including findings of facts and recommendations.
  11. Sends annual notices for County Personnel reminding them of importance of immediately forwarding EEO complaints or concerns to the Human Resource Department.
  12. Works with the Human Resources Director to develop the annual budget and allocation of resources for the EEO Office; monitors expenditures to ensure expected spending guidelines.
  13. Develops, conducts and/or coordinates all EEO-related training for all County staff.
  14. Administers, evaluates and directs contracts with external investigators, as necessary.

Shawna Ousse
Snohomish County Human Resources <http://www.snohomishcountywa.gov/190/Human-Resources>
3000 Rockefeller Ave. M/S 503 | Everett, WA 98201
(425) 388-3098<tel:(425)%20388-3098> | Shawna.Ousse at snoco.org<mailto:Shawna.Ousse at snoco.org>
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Conrad Reynoldson, Attorney at Law
Washington Civil & Disability Advocate
3513 NE 45th Street, Suite G
Seattle, WA 98105
Office (206) 855-3134<tel:(206)%20855-3134>

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