Description of Duties/Essential Functions Benefits Supplemental Questions Under general direction of the Equal Employment /Affirmative Action Officer, coordinates confidential investigations and responses to in house and regulatory complaints of discrimination or harassment filed with state and federal agencies, e.g., Equal Employment Opportunity office and the Department of Human Rights; provides technical assistance to Central Office and institutional personnel and the Department of Corrections Legal Office. Coordinates needs assessment based upon availability data to identify high priority in recruitment areas. Serves as the DOC statewide EAP coordinator; designs develops and coordinates the program for institutional EAP referral coordinators. Travels in the performance of duties.
Minimum Requirements: Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to completion of four years of college preferably with courses in business or public Administration; requires two years of responsible administrative experience in a public or business organization; requires extensive knowledge of principles and practices of public and business administration; requires working knowledge of the function of state government and of the character of relationships between the executive branch with other branch and between teh state and high and lower levels of governments. Requires a valid; appropriate, driver's license and ability to travel statewide including overnight stays.