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ProfileDeputy Executive Director, Office of Compliance Duties: The candidate will lead nationwide outreach efforts and training programs to inform employees about their workplace rights and how to prosecute claims for workplace rights violations. Will develop and implement plans for building relationships with members of Congress and congressional staff on the role and importance of the Office of Compliance and the Congressional Accountability Act. Educate and assist members of Congress and employing offices in understanding their workplace obligations under federal employment, labor, accessibility and OSHA laws. Create educational materials regarding compliance with federal employment laws. Advise and report monthly to the Board of Directors on strategic initiatives, and congressional affairs. As appropriate, participate in Board deliberations on appeals from hearing officer decisions. Assist the Board of Directors in their efforts to promote the passage of federal laws to advance workplace rights in the Legislative branch. Manage all press relations and events. Supervise staff assigned to the education and outreach program. Prepare annual reports for Congress with evaluations and analysis about the types of claims being made by employees under anti-discrimination laws, barriers to access for people with disabilities and OSHA conditions in the legislative branch.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have exceptional interpersonal communication, leadership and motivational skills are needed. High energy, commitment and passion for excellence is needed. Must have 10 years of specialized experience giving the knowledge, skills and abilities required to successfully perform the position is needed. Broad knowledge of Capitol Hill is required. Experience with media is preferred. Experience in legislative, congressional and/or government relations are preferred. Vast knowledge and understanding of social media is preferred. Graduate from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association and be a member in good standing of a state, territory of the United States, District of Columbia, or Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Bar is needed.
Deadline: 27 April, 2018.
Announcement number: DE-10179956-18-CB. Apply Online. No emails. Visit website for more information.
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