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Responsible for the development, monitoring, and reporting of the Agency's efforts toward meeting the objectives of the Equal Opportunity Plan. Major activities in this area are:
- Review Personnel Policies.
- Providing annual statewide training on Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity Programs and non-discriminatory selection strategies and non-discrimination labor and employment laws.
Major activities in this area are:
- Presentations on Professional Development.
- Career Counseling.
- You have a right to expect to be treated with dignity and respect.
- You should be able to accept or decline an interview without prejudice to future applications.
- You have a right to expect that valid job related competencies will be established and used to select the best qualified candidate.
- You have a right to expect that the interview questions will be directly related to the job competencies, and that they will be asked in the same way of all candidates. (Follow-up questions for clarification or for more information regarding your responses may be asked as well.) Questions may also be asked regarding information you have given on your resume.
- You have a right to expect that information about your personal life will not be solicited.
- You have a right to request a position description, an organizational chart and the job competencies prior to the interview. This is part of your preparation activities for the interview so that you may intelligently discuss how your education and experience relates to the job related competencies required to perform the duties of the position.
- You may request information obtained from the hiring process in which you were an applicant under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Such information would include: screening criteria, job competencies, position description, recruitment efforts made, names of the interview panel members, scores related to the screening criteria and job competencies for yourself and that of the preferred candidate(s). To receive this information please submit a written request to the Office of Legal Affairs.
- You have a right to be able to expect that you will be allowed to ask questions of the interviewers that are relevant to the job and the interview process.
Contact Person: Jean Stacey 517-335-3521