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Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
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Description

Job Summary:

Reporting to the EEO Director serves as the Disability Manager for NEXCOM worldwide. Interprets federal EEOC DON and NAVSUP laws guidance and instructions. Writes and implements NEXCOM DisabilityReasonable Accommodation RA policies instructions guidance and SOPs. Monitors NEXCOM compliance to avoid sanctions and damage due to financial losses and public image. Is responsible for supervising EEO CounselorsSpecialists Flex CounselorsSpecialists and EEO Collateral Duty Counselors. Must have and maintain current American with Disabilities Professional Training ADAPT professional training certification or equivalent to hold this position.

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Exhibits strong communication skills with a clear vision of the Disability Program/RA mission. Clearly describes to direct and/or indirect reports what needs to be done so that the EEO AEP Program aligns with NEXCOM strategic objectives and goals.

- Exercises discretion, independent judgment, and authority to formulate, interpret, or implement management policies or operating practices; Provides consultation or expert advice to management.

- Directs the development of EEO policy development, administration and interpretation, of NEXCOM Disability Employment Program including the Reasonable Accommodation (RA) Process.

- Conducts legal research of case law and demonstrates proficient use of LexisNexis, Westlaw, and/or CyberFEDS. Daily, reviews EEO laws, Supreme Court and other court decisions and legal findings, to determine impact on Command's serviced activities.

- Performs sophisticated and extensive legal analysis to a fact pattern, identifies salient issues presented, performs exhaustive legal research using various legal research tools, shepardizes cases to ensure case law is still applicable and hasn't been overturned, and writes legally sufficient documents.

- Collaborates with state vocational organizations and a variety of other governmental and private organizations to promote employment of individuals with disabilities, and reports on NEXCOM progress toward achieving program objectives.

- Develops and issues guidance on the preparation of RA reports. Reviews and reports on organizational affirmative employment to implement RA policies to the appropriate federal authorities outside NEXCOM.

- Directs a comprehensive, world-wide Disability Program including, but not limited to, reviewing and interpreting the intent of new and existing legislation relating to the elimination of barriers which unduly limit or restrict the employment of associates and applicants with mental or physical disabilities who are otherwise qualified for NEXCOM jobs. Serves as the SME to HR concerning NEXCOM HR policies on hiring, placement, training, retraining, advancement and retention of associates and applicants with disabilities including those associates who become disabled after appointment.

- Advises NEXCOM leadership and associates, Workers Compensation Manager, LER Manager, DHRMs, and Directors Filed HR on statutory responsibilities used to provide RA to associates and applicants with disabilities. Provides technical oversight and support to personnel responsible for acting on RA requests.

- Maintains liaison with internal OC and representatives of NAVSUP, SECNAV, and other applicable higher levels of authority in connection with polices related to and involving RA for the purpose of ensuring conformity and consistency.

- Represents NEXCOM at meetings held by Disability advocacy organizations at local, regional, and national levels.

- Assigns work which is carried out independently within established policies and guidelines. Most problems are solved independently with the supervisor available to assist with difficult or unusual problems. Directs and utilizes staff to most effectively achieve program objectives. Ensure staff work is accurate and updated daily in the electronic RA management system such as NEAT and RA Tracker.

- Ensures the timely and accurate preparation of data reports. Advises EEO Director and other senior officials of appropriate actions for resolution of requests for accommodation. Works closely with management officials to achieve informal resolution of accommodation requests.

- Coordinates RA potential NEXCOM liability with Office of Council.

- Supervises and oversees work of EEO disability program specialists, flex appointees, collateral duty associates and interns. Prepares performance standards, appraisals, and individual development plans. Monitors and evaluates the performance of work. Analyzes workload, plans work to be accomplished based on priorities, level of difficulty, requirement of assignments, capability of support staff, and establishes schedules. Serves as an EEO Disability Department Manager for NEXCOM's Model EEO Program.

- Reviews work completed by staff to ensure compliance with prescribed policies, procedures and deadlines.

- Develops and implements a comprehensive education program for managers, supervisors, and associates to educate them as to their role when working with individuals with disabilities.

- Plans and directs Reasonable Accommodation and Disability Retirement (Appropriated Fund Personnel) functions through subordinate staff members. Assigns work, sets goals and target dates, provide guidance and review work in terms of end result.

- Maintains NEXCOM EEO firewall to provide PII protection to NEXCOM associates during any EEO process and to ensure there is no unauthorized exchange of data between EEO department, e.g., complaints processing activity and the processing of EEO requests for RA to avoid a conflict of interest and thus present risk to NEXCOM.

- Responds to Congressional inquiries, and other actions/proposals that affect NEXCOM employment.

- Develops reports for the CEO as instructed by the EEO Director. Actively participates in NEXCOM senior leadership meetings, e.g., DVP, DHRM, etc.

- Oversees the production of the annual Management Directive 715 (MD-715) Part J report concerning employment of individuals with disabilities. Monitors progress toward achievement of MD-715 Part J goals and program objectives to ensure triggers are identified, potential barriers are investigated, and action taken to remove barriers to enable equal employment opportunity for persons with disabilities.

- Analyzes NEXCOM employment situation and identifies specific and/or systemic employment problems relating to persons with disabilities receiving equal employment opportunities. Analyzes civilian labor (CLF) statistics to determine extent and nature of disability population. Develops employment statistics utilizing computerized databases to analyze statistical patterns to determine areas of underperformance or nonperformance.

- Oversees and monitors status of accommodation requests at all stages in the process and provides reports to NEXCOM or EEOC, as necessary. Oversees the implementation of systems to expedite effective reasonable accommodation, resolution and adjudication.

- Manages internal records of financial transactions for Disability Program budget to ensure they are promptly accomplished, authorized, and executed. Assures that revenue and expenditures are properly recorded and accounted for and that they permit the preparation of and, reliable financial and/or inventory reports.

- After certification by DON's ADR Center of Excellence, may on occasion conduct mediations. Evaluates ADR (surveys) to ensure effective and efficient process.

Performs other duties as assigned.

GENERAL EXPERIENCE Three years of experience in administrative investigative technical or other responsible work that demonstrated possession of the following skill in written and oral expression skill in investigating and analyzing problems skill to read understand interpret and explain technical material such as written regulations laws or court decisions skill in working effectively with others regardless of their socioeconomic background.

OR

SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION FOR EXPERIENCE 1 year of academic study above the high school level may be substituted for 9 months of experience up to a maximum of a 4 year bachelors degree for 3 years of general experience.

AND

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE Four years of progressively responsible experience including work of an analytical interpretative and judgmental nature. That experience must have demonstrated possession of knowledge of the principles practice laws regulations and methods of Federal EEO and Disability Program knowledge of personnel policies and practices skill in analyzing organizational policies and practices to identify barriers and to propose solutions to EEORA problems and knowledge of the particular employment problems faced by the disabled and other relevant classes of persons. Work performed must have included at least two years specifically related to the Disability Programs area including processing RA requests.

Job Information

  • Job ID: 60165540
  • Location:
    Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
  • Position Title: EEO DISABILITY MANAGER
  • Company Name: NEXCOM
  • Job Function: Other
  • Job Type: Full-Time

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