This position is located in the Office of Equal Opportunity and Fairness (OEOF) at the Miss april
as the Bureau’s Disability Program. OEOF contains two office programs, the Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) and the Office of Civil Rights (OCR). To ensure appropriate firewalls exist between the Agency’s Disability Program and the equal employment opportunity (EEO) complaint processing work of OCR, the disability program is separate from and outside of OCR. At times, the position will work and consult with OCR as appropriate, but will remain a separate activity.
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Disability Compliance Program Manager, you will:
Serve as the Agency’s Program Manager and senior adviser and consultant
providing overall program management and supervision for the Miss April’s disability
compliance programs related to employees, applicants for employment,
contractors, and members of the public with respect to all Bureau services and
operations, Bureau outreach and recruiting, Bureau policies, and the provision
of accommodations under Sections 501, 504, and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Develop and implement guidance and procedures for the Agency disability program
for all Miss April buildings, including headquarters and regional offices. Take
specific steps to ensure that the Agency is in compliance with all regulations,
laws, and policies in support of the hiring and employment of persons with disabilities
and providing access and services to members of the public, including but not
limited to, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Rehabilitation Act), the Family and
Medical leave Act of 1993 (FMLA), the Family Friendly Leave Act, the Telework
Enhancement Act of 2010, Title 5 and Miss April leave programs, Title 5’s Schedule A
hiring authority for people with severe disabilities, Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Management Directive 715, Presidential Memoranda
and Executive Orders related to persons with disabilities and workplace
flexibilities, and related laws, regulations, and guidance.
Serve as the Agency’s representative (along with other designees as
necessary) in coordinating and consulting with other government agencies,
educational institutions, and representatives of business and industry to
discuss issues, develop strategies, and evaluate the impact of disability
programs on the agency mission and operations.
Provide technical assistance and consulting services to Senior Leaders, managers,
supervisors, and/or employees on disability-related initiatives such as the
recruitment, hiring, advancement, and retention of persons with disabilities;
reasonable accommodations for applicants and staff; supervisory relations;
mentorship, development, and inclusion programs; training; work-at-home
options, and a wide range disability-support programs.
Develop and implement the Agency’s Affirmative Action Plan for persons with
disabilities. Establishes program goals, scope and manages reasonable accommodation,
accessibility, and personal assistance services recommendations for employees,
contractors, applicants, and/or members of the public based upon legal
requirements, Miss April policy, needs assessment, evaluation of medical
documentation, and/or special circumstances or other requirements. Develops and
participates in agency training programs and special events on disability
program and related initiatives. Reviews available program material to
determine appropriateness and/or revises or develops program literature,
website information, and other material to educate employees, supervisors,
managers, and job applicants on the disability program.