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Reasonable Accommodations Specialist

Company name

New York City Administration For Childrens Services

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Non-practicing Attorney

Date Last Verified

Jun 14,2018

Posted on

Jun 13,2018

Salary

USD 66326 Annually

Years of Experience

Min 1 yrs required

Location

New York City, NY
Practice Area
Family Law >> Family Law
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Reasonable Accommodations Specialist The candidate will be processing employees’ reasonable accommodation requests. Will be Interviewing, collecting, and analyzing information to evaluate employees’ reasonable accommodation requests. Acting as a liaison between OEEO, employees, other ACS divisions, and third parties outside ACS in the resolution of employees’ reasonable accommodation requests. Training staff on matters related to discrimination and reasonable accommodations. Tracking and monitoring statistical data on reasonable accommodations. Preparing reports. Performing other related functions as may be required. Admission to the New York State Bar; and either "2" or "3" below is needed. Should have 1 year of satisfactory United States legal experience subsequent to admission to any state Bar; or Six months of satisfactory service as an Agency Attorney Interne. Must have one year of experience at Assignment Level I or two years of comparable legal experience subsequent to admission to the Bar, in the areas of law related to the assignment. Should have 2+ years of experience in Assignment Levels I and/or II or 3 years of comparable legal experience subsequent to admission to the bar, in the areas of law related to the assignment.

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Job ID: 322400

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
New York City Administration For Childrens Services
150 William Street
18th Floor
New York City, NY 10038

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