San Joaquin County Employment Opportunity EEO Program Manager
About the position
The Human Resources Division is recruiting for an experienced and proven human resources professional to manage the County’s Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Office. This key leadership position will be responsible for managing the County’s EEO programs and activities to support employee and client non-discrimination practices. This position will also serve as the administrative staff support and advisor to the County EEO Advisory Committee. The ideal Candidate
The Ideal candidates will possess exceptional management and leadership skills and have a strong foundation and understanding of state and federal EEO laws. The candidate will also possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, be able to work collaboratively with individuals from various cultural backgrounds and at all levels of the organization, be a consensus builder, have extensive experience conducting EEO investigations and developing long-term EEO plans, be a strategic thinker, and have successfully developed and provided training programs on EEO laws and workplace diversity. About the department
Human Resources is a division of the County Administrator’s Office and provides centralized human resources and labor relations services for all County departments. The services include recruitment, exam development, EEO investigations, employee training development programs, administration of County health, dental, workers' compensation, unemployment, casualty, and life insurance programs; deferred compensation, and flexible spending programs. The division also negotiates labor contracts; processes complaints and grievances; conducts meet-and-confer sessions and joint labor management meetings; advises County departments on disciplinary actions and counseling matters; recommends policy and procedures for employer-employee relations; and provides staff support for the Board of supervisors appointed Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Committee EEOAC.
The EEO unit exhibits competence, respect, and integrity in managing its responsibilities when interfacing with employees, regulatory agents and other third parties. The EEO Office serves as an unbiased, neutral party in the County Civil Service Rule 20— Discrimination Prohibited internal complaint process.