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ProfileSenior Intergroup Relations Officer The candidate will conduct comprehensive investigations of complaints of employment discrimination, housing discrimination, sexual harassment and retaliation. Will develop investigatory plans, interview complainants, respondents and relevant witnesses; analyze documents, statements and other relevant information and including, conducting fact finding conferences and conciliations in complaints of employment and housing discrimination as needed. Recommend resolutions of complaints of employment and housing discrimination, sexual harassment and retaliation. Prepare detailed written reports and correspondence. Train NYCHA staff on relevant equal opportunity laws, fair housing laws, regulations, and NYCHA non-discrimination policies. Provide technical assistance to Authority management on equal opportunity issues, fair housing and NYCHA nondiscrimination policies. Assist in the collection, preparation, and analysis of statistical data related to equal employment opportunity and fair housing laws. Provide testimony at related internal and external hearings related to OEO investigations of employment and fair housing investigations of discrimination. Perform related duties as assigned. Must have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college and 2 years of full-time professional experience in intergroup relations, human rights, community relations, labor relations, law, social service, education, housing, research, investigation, personnel administration or public relations, 1+ year of which must have been in intergroup relations or human rights involving conflict resolution and mediation of disputes among racial, religious or ethnic groups; or High school graduation or evidence of having passed an examination for the high school equivalency diploma or the U.S. Armed Forces GED certificate with a score of at least 35 on each of the five GED certificate with a score of at least 35 on each of the five tests and an overall score of at least 225 in the examination for the diploma or certificate and 6 years of full-time professional experience in one or more of the fields described above, four years of which must have been in intergroup relations or human rights or A satisfactory equivalent combination of education and experience as described above. Must be high school graduates or possess the high school equivalency as described above and possess a combination of college education and intergroup relations and/or human rights experience totaling 4 years and must have 1+ year of experience in intergroup relations or human rights as described.
Job ID: 313151
New York City Housing Authority
New York City, NY 10007