Civil Rights Program Coordinator

$80,893 - $98,277 yearly
  • Washington County
  • Public Services Building, North 1st Avenue, Hillsboro, OR, USA
  • May 04, 2021
Full time Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Legal

Job Description

Washington County is seeking to hire a highly qualified and experienced individual to fill our newly created Civil Rights Program Coordinator position in our Office of Equity, Inclusion and Community Engagement. 

The Civil Rights Program Coordinator is committed to ensuring equal opportunity and non-discrimination in all of Washington County's programs, services and employment practices. Through internal and external programs and activities, the Civil Rights Program Coordinator will develop, implement, coordinate, monitor, audit and evaluate agency and state-wide programs and activities which promote, establish, support, and institutionalizes EEO, Civil Rights, accessibility, inclusion, and compliance within Washington County. This position will also engage and encourage community and cultural awareness; promote a diverse workforce; and establish and evaluate fair employment practices. 

If you want to join a dynamic team of people working toward this goal and have the required qualifications, we invite you to apply today!

At Washington County, we strive to create a workplace that reflects the communities we serve and where everyone feels empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to work. Together, we continue to build an inclusive culture that encourages, supports, and celebrates the diverse voices of our employees. With the help of every employee, our customers, our partners and our community – we can achieve our mission of equity for all!


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:

  • A Juris Doctor (JD) degree focused on Civil Rights and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); AND one (1) year of professional experience developing and implementing programs focused on EEO, Civil Rights/Compliance and ADA programs including leading organizational development and staff cultural competency development efforts. OR
  • A Bachelor’s degree in business or public administration, public health, human services, social work, behavioral or social sciences, law, education, ethnic studies, or a related field; AND three (3) years of professional experience developing and implementing programs focused on EEO, Civil Rights/Compliance and ADA programs including leading organizational development and staff cultural competency development efforts. OR
  • An Associate degree in business or public administration, public health, human services, social work, behavioral or social sciences, law, education, ethnic studies, or a related field; AND five (5) years of professional experience developing and implementing programs focused on EEO, Civil Rights/Compliance and ADA programs including leading organizational development and staff cultural competency development efforts. OR
  • Seven (7) years of professional experience developing and implementing programs focused on EEO, Civil Rights/Compliance and ADA programs including leading organizational development and staff cultural competency development efforts.

The application period for this position is open continuous until filled with the first round of screening on 5/10/2021.

Pay range is $80,892.60 - $98,277.48 annually.  We offer a collaborative culture in which to grow your career and a comprehensive benefits package. 

 

For a more detailed information on these positions and to apply on-line, please visit our Jobs Page at www.washcojobs.org, or

 

Washington County Human Resources

155 N. First Ave., Ste. 270

Hillsboro, OR  97124

 

Washington County values a culture of equity, diverse perspectives, and life experiences.  Our organization embraces innovation, collaboration and work-life harmony.  We offer job stability, a comprehensive benefits package, and an opportunity to serve and support our diverse community. We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity and an inclusive workforce. Women, minorities, veterans, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.