Community Relations Manager & Compliance Officer

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The City of Champaign seeks qualified candidates for a career opportunity as a Community Relations Manager/Compliance Officer in the Community Relations Division of the City Manager’s Office.  This position manages community relations activities and assists with the coordination of community-wide initiatives.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: administration of the City’s Human Rights and Equal Opportunities in Purchasing Ordinances and the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program;  investigation and conciliation of formal and informal citizen complaints of discrimination and/or unfair treatment; evaluation of legal, regulatory, and affirmative action compliance regarding employment, housing, places of public accommodation, and/or City-funded construction projects; assisting citizens in preparing and processing complaints; planning and implementing community workshops and trainings; and serving as staff liaison to the Champaign Human Relations Commission. 

Requirements include professional work experience in a related field and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Human Resources, Criminal Justice, Political or Social Sciences or a related field, or an equivalent combination of work experience and education that demonstrates the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.  The successful candidate will have the demonstrated ability to communicate with diverse groups of people under emotional circumstances, the ability to collect and analyze information and prepare reports, and the ability to work flexible hours.  Must possess good conflict resolution and mediation skills, and basic knowledge of federal and state equal opportunity, affirmative action, and anti-discrimination laws and regulations.  Experience in regulatory compliance, investigation and conciliation of citizen complaints, case management, and/or conducting training workshops is preferred, but not required. 

Drug screening and criminal background check will be required.  The annual starting salary range is $70,651 - $80,430, DOQ, plus an excellent fringe benefits package.  Applications, including cover letter and resume, must be submitted online no later than Sunday, November 2, 2014. 

The City’s mission is to provide responsive, caring, cost-effective service in partnership with our community. The following values guide our work: Personal Integrity, Responsibility, Respect, Teamwork, Results.

To apply, visit the City’s Online Hiring Center at .

The City of Champaign is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The following locations offer free Internet access and assistance: Champaign Public Library, the Illinois WorkNet Center and City of Champaign City Building.

Posted October 17, 2014


Arkansas Fair Housing Commission (AFHC) INVESTIGATOR

Agency: Fair Housing Commission

Posting Expires: 07/11/2014


The Arkansas Fair Housing Commission (AFHC) Investigator is responsible for investigating fair housing complaints in the Arkansas Fair Housing Commission. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy. Typical Functions Investigates housing complaints, prepares and submits findings and recommendations for resolution of complaints, seeks resolution of complaints, and monitors adherence to conciliation agreement between parties. Prepares written reports and correspondence concerning the level of complaint activity and outcome of cases for supervisory review. Assists in planning and implementing preventive educational activities to ensure compliance with the spirit and letter of the Arkansas Fair Housing Act. Serves as liaison between the Fair Housing Commission, HUD and other housing agencies, as required or requested. Provides testimony in fair housing hearings or court. Attends meetings of the Fair Housing Commission and other organizations as required or requested. Performs other duties as assigned.

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Last updated July 1, 2014


OCR Employment Opportunities: Supervisory Equal Opportunity Specialists (Regional Manager) located in Boston, MA & Denver, CO

Become a part of the Department that touches the lives of every American!  At the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) you can give back to your community, state, and country by making a difference in the lives of Americans everywhere.  It is the principal agency for protecting the health of citizens.  Join HHS and help make our world healthier, safer; and better for all Americans.

The Office for Civil Rights has two Supervisory Equal Opportunity Specialist  (Regional Manager) position available within our Regional office one located in Boston, MA and Denver, CO. OCR provides the oversight, leadership, and coordination necessary to ensure that individuals have nondiscriminatory access to HHS services or programs and that the privacy and security of their health information is protected.  The primary duties of this position include, serving as a manager, provide program leadership, set priorities, coordinates and/or direct team action, ensure quality of all regional activities, and ensures and evaluates accomplishment in a wide variety of civil rights and privacy rule functions including conducting investigations, negotiating resolution/settlement agreements, making determinations, resolving complaints, and providing public education, outreach and technical assistance.   Establishes and maintain effective working relationship with covered entities, State government, hospitals and governmental social service agencies.

For more information on this position click on the link below or go to and enter the corresponding job announcement number.

Vacancy Announcement information:

Job Title:

Supervisory Equal Opportunity Specialists (Regional Manager) - GS-360-15

Location: Boston, MA   


Location: Denver, CO 


Opening Date:  May 2, 2014

Closing Date:   May 9, 2014                 

For more information about OCR, visit our website at

Last updated May 7, 2014


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Title VI Compliance Director
Tennessee Human Rights Commission
Executive Service Position


The Title VI Compliance Director is responsible for developing policy and providing

guidance to ensure present and future compliance with Title VI requirements.

This includes the planning and program development of the Title VI Compliance program

throughout the State of Tennessee.


This position reports to the Executive Director. The person in this position participates in

monitoring and coordinating enforcement procedures in the federal and state statues, rules, regulations, programs services and budgetary practices and supervises the preparation of the annual report and other records/reports of Title VI compliance efforts and outcomes for each executive branch department and agency including periodic audits, reviews and evaluations. The Title VI Compliance Director develops policies and procedures and takes necessary action within the scope of authority of the Title VI Compliance Program and works in conjunction with the Executive Director in implementing the policies and procedures, actions and coordinating these efforts with executive branch departments and agencies subject to the requirements of Title VI. The employee in this position serves as a liaison and often represents the agency at community forums in matters. The employee will make presentations at the Tennessee Human Rights Commission Board Meetings as well as have contact with high ranking persons in the General Assembly, community partners, other state, federal and local government officials. This employee will develop technical assistance and training for executive branch departments,agencies and sub recipients and conduct Outreach and Educational sessions throughout the State of Tennessee. This employee will supervise staff, and will be responsible for assigning, training, and evaluating the staff and their work. This includes performing job plan discussions and completing interim and annual evaluations. This person will be required to make recommendations on personnel actions such as corrective action, promotion, demotion, etc. Other general administrative duties include records management, procurement of supplies and inventory. Interested persons should send their resume by email or US mail to:


Donna Bryan

Human Resource Analyst

Shared Services Solutions

2nd Floor, James K. Polk Building



Last updated January 24, 2014