Goodwill's mission is focused on people with disabilities. Our mission is, Training, employment and job placement for people with disabilities and other barriers to work, transitioning individuals, to independence and productivity.
We have been cited as one of the best examples, of Social Entrepreneurship in the US, with 95% of our revenue coming from entrepreneurial activities. We are also one of the most cost-effective non-profits in the US, with only 4% of our cost going to management overhead, and 96% going to direct programs, that support people with disabilities. Both of these achievements earn Goodwill South Florida, a 3-star Charity Navigator rating, awarded to only those charities that meet the highest standards of efficiency, governance, public accountability, and transparency. We are looking to fill a key position as Affirmative Action Compliance Specialist exempt position that will report to the Human Resources Director. Position will be working out of our Miami Location.
Responsible for affirmative action plans initiatives in consultation with legal counsel and vice president for human resources, to include analyzing employment data to include external and internal applicants, new hires, promotions, transfers, and terminations, and identifying and eliminating potential barriers to discrimination, underutilization of vets and disabled individuals and reasonable accommodation. Prepares EEO-1 and Vets reports and annual recruiting source letters. Researches and recommends new recruiting and outreach resources to meet AAP requirements. Researches new federal, state, and local rules and regulations and communicates to management leadership via verbal or written communications or through training initiatives.
Bachelor’s degree in human resources or business administration and/or combination of education and demonstrated experience with the development and implementation of affirmative action plans and associated responsibilities outlined in the affirmative action plans.
Manages and directly supervises a total of seven employees which consist of HRIS, Benefits, Records Room, Front Desk, Federal Reporting, and New Hire Process. Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of these units. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; employee relations, and Federal Reporting..
A minimum of three years of related experience required.
Education and Experience:
B.S. Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, Management or related Discipline or equivalent education and experience. 8-10 years experience in a human resources field such as employment or employee relations, welfare and benefits, federal reporting, etc. Bilingual (English/Spanish) highly desirable. Must have analytical skills and detailed oriented. Computer literate.
Professional Human Resources Management Certification SHRM-CP highly desirable.