Gallaudet is accepting application for the EOP Compliance Specialist/Deputy ADA Coordinator position.
The Equal Opportunity Programs Specialist/Deputy ADA Coordinator [“EOP Specialist”] assists in ensuring compliance with Federal and District of Columbia (DC) equal opportunity/nondiscrimination laws and regulations for the Gallaudet campus including the Clerc Center; including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act through the application of best practices; and supports ongoing compliance through prevention, training, education, and timely investigations. Under the direction of the Director of Equal Opportunity Programs, the EOP Specialist conducts timely investigations of discrimination and harassment, including alleged violations of Titles VI, VII, and Title IX, violations of the ADA and Rehabilitation Acts, and DC non-discrimination laws. The EOP Specialist serves as the Deputy ADA Coordinator for Faculty, Staff, and Teachers and provides leadership and support in unit goals and objectives promoting Civil Rights compliance, education, awareness, and training. Collaborates with the University’s General Counsel, Human Resource Services, Clerc Center Human Resources, and other members of the Gallaudet University community in promoting diversity, equity, inclusivity, and accessibility.
We are committed to recruiting a diverse, talented pool of applicants. We urge all who are interested in the EOP Compliance Specialist to apply. If you know someone who would be a great fit for this position, please share it with them and encourage them to apply.
How to apply:
Please check out the job posting by visiting www.gallaudet.edu/jobs and click on External Applicants. And type search jobs: EOP Compliance Specialist/Deputy ADA Coordinator.
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