This position is located in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Office of Equal Opportunity & Fairness (OEOF), Office of Civil Rights (OCR). The incumbent serves as the principal advisor to the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Director on EEO data and data analysis, barrier analysis studies, action plan and implementation; and on EEO and workforce data.
As a Senior Advisor, EEO Data and Programs, you will:
Serve as the Bureau’s expert on barrier analysis and creating a model EEO Program under Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Management Director 715. Serve as the lead on all barrier analysis investigation work, including overseeing the work of stakeholders and contractors, providing stakeholders and contractors subject matter expertise on barrier analysis investigation work, conducting highly complex and difficult statistical analyses, ensuring the project is thorough, accurate, and completed on time, and that the final work product is clear and exhaustive. Serve as the lead for the Barrier Analysis Action Planning Workgroup; and present to Senior Leaders and/or the Director on barrier analysis work.
Oversee, manage and implement EEOC defined processes to identify employment triggers and employment barriers, develop action plans to eliminate barriers, and track and report on Bureau’s efforts to eliminate barriers. The incumbent will work independently on high-level and sensitive assignments with complex risk and compliance implications for the Bureau. The incumbent will undertake autonomous analysis on issues and produces or reviews reports, memorandums, presentations, and internal and external documents and communications.
Advise the OCR Director, OEOF Associate Director and/or Bureau Director, as needed, on workforce data for the Bureau’s EEO Program, practices, and operations as it relates to the EEOC’s guidance in its Management Directive 715, and other similar guidance, for a model EEO Program.
Draft and finalize the annual MD-715 Report, including coordinating with various internal stakeholders to ensure the report is concise, thorough, and an accurate overview of the Bureau’s EEO Program, barrier analysis efforts, workforce data tables, etc. Draft and finalize the quarterly and annual No FEAR Act report, in consultation with the EEO Complaints Program Manager, and ensure that the reports contain accurate data, has a concise summary of all complaint activity, is issued timely, and is posted to the external Bureau website.
Provide EEO related inputs and coordination for other Bureau Congressional and external reports including, but not limited to Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) Annual Report, CFPB semi-annual report, FEORP, DVAAP, Annual 462 Report, and other reports, and assist OEOF with data requests for these reports as appropriate. Draft the Bureau Director’s Annual EEO and Anti-Harassment Statement and No FEAR Act Notice. Draft the EEO Director’s monthly briefing deck for the Bureau Director and draft the State of the Agency briefing for the EEO Director to give to the Bureau Director and Senior Leaders.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required.
71 - Due to this position being a detail, you will retain the pay you are currently receiving from your position of record. Bureau employees who meet the qualifications will receive a competitive temporary promotion in accordance to our agency policy.
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