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Description: The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Specialist develops implements and monitors programs that promote diversity within Walla Walla University. This role is responsible for developing training and initiatives to create and foster an open and inclusive environment. The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Specialist also ensures the organization follows appropriate legislation and employment law regulations as well as investigates claims of discrimination and/or harassment lodged by students, employees, faculty and others associated with the college.
For more details and to complete WWU's on-line employment application, please visit: https://jobs.wallawalla.edu
Please Note: WWU doesn't have a due date for applying, once position is filled, the job posting will be removed from WWU's website. The resume due date of the NAD website is a place holder.
Experience: Education: Bachelor’s degree in social science, business, human resources, or related field and 2 or more years of experience in the investigation of EEO, ADA, affirmative action or employment related complaints and mediating conflict.
Relevant experience may substitute for the degree requirement on a year-for-year basis. Experience working in a higher education environment and with a diverse population of students and staff is preferred.
Licenses/Certifications: PHR or SHRM-CP preferred
Years of experience: 2 years minimum
• Affirmative action, equal employment opportunity, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title IX, and other applicable civil rights and employment laws, regulations and court decisions.
• Equal employment and affirmative action investigations, including interview methods and techniques.
• Research methods and data analysis techniques.
Demonstrated Skill in:
• Organization, synthesis and analysis of varied and complex information and problems.
• Effective oral and written communication of policies, procedures, and legal concepts.
• Negotiation, problem-solving, analytical, mediation, and conflict resolution.
• Working with diverse academic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of college students and staff.
• Utilizing computer technology used for communication, data gathering and reporting.
Demonstrated Ability to:
• Conduct, plan, organize and lead investigations, facilitations, and preparation of reports and recommendations.
• Listen, identify, elicit and distill essential information needed to assess and resolve problems and issues.
• Work collaboratively with others and foster effective working relationships.
• Maintain confidences and exercise sound judgment and discretion
• Tolerate a high degree of ambiguity.
• Design, implement and utilize data gathering and reporting procedures.
• Work with hostile and emotional individuals in a compassionate, professional and courteous manner. and to diffuse and manage situations involving intense conflict.
• Maintain confidentiality and professional relationships in dealing with sensitive, complex civil rights, legal and human resource issues and situations.
Contact:Human Resources204 S College Ave
College Place, WA firstname.lastname@example.org