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This article features Equal Opportunity Compliance jobs in the GS-0360 occupational series. We help those seeking federal employment explore occupations and navigate the application process. Plus, we link you to current job vacancies.
Equal Opportunity Compliance Series (GS-0360)
Specialists in this series perform, supervise, or manage analytical, evaluative, and interpretive equal opportunity and civil rights compliance work. These positions are concerned with the application of civil rights and equal opportunity laws, regulations, and precedent decisions to eliminate illegal discrimination and to remove barriers to equal opportunity. This work involves analyzing and solving equal opportunity and civil rights problems through fact-finding, problem analysis, negotiation, and voluntary compliance programs.
Currently there are over 1,350 EEO specialists employed in the federal sector. The largest employer is the Department of Labor followed by HUD and the Department of Transportation. Most cabinet level and some large agencies employ equal opportunity specialists.
A number of these job announcements list multiple vacancies at various locations. For example, one of the announcements from the Department of Housing and Urban Development is hiring at three locations, in Texas and Louisiana. When you add up the multiple vacancies, you will discover many additional opportunities in this field for you to explore and at locations across the country.
Currently, the EPA, HUD and the Department of Justice have positions posted.
If you are looking for a challenging position in this field explore these opportunities. The following link will take you to the GS 0360 Occupational Description that includes links to the current job announcements on USAJOBS.
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