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The Manager –AAP/OFCCP Compliance is responsible for the development and delivery of strategy to support ongoing AAP/OFCCP compliance including ensuring corporate compliance with federal, state, and local Affirmative Action related laws and regulations, This role will develop and implement the federally required Affirmative Action Program as well as strategically partner with Auditing in the development of internal auditing controls and methodology. This role will provide direct support for conducting OFCCP and other government agency audit preparation and compliance reviews. This Manager position is also responsible for delivering internal requests for EEO data and reports; as well as conducting statistical and other required reporting for federal, state, and local agencies. This role requires not only applied knowledge of current AAP/OFCCP regulations, but also staying current on legislation and regulatory changes, and developing project plans to implement regulatory requirements and maintain compliance.
- Ensuring appropriate documentation, interpretation, and communication to leaders and HR Business Partners in the implementation of the AAP plans
- Partnering with the HR Compliance Assessment team in developing and implementing measures for conducting internal audits of staffing and employment processes, including process mapping, data analysis, and formulating recommended solutions
- Complying with applicable government reporting requirements, including preparing and auditing data for required reporting for federal, state, and local agencies.
- Designing AAP progress reports and communication strategy for Talent Acquisition leaders, HR Business Partners and Business Unit leaders
Formulating and executing plans that support compliance, including developing and proposing corrective actions as applicable as well as establishing protocols for OFCCP and other government agency audit preparation and compliance reviews
- Developing and maintaining tracking and monitoring processes to support TSA compliance
- Supporting OFCCP and TSA data reporting, including the extracting of large and complex datasets through programming and query tools; interpreting the results using statistical analyses; and developing reports and executive-level presentations
- Responding to internal requests for EEO data and reports
- Monitoring and evaluating all aspects of selection processes, from a compliance perspective, to include reviewing job analyses and validation studies
- Establishing strategic partnerships with stakeholders to effect compliance as a core business principle
- Prior experience developing and producing routine and ad hoc reports, dashboards and executive presentations is required.
- Must possess strong analytical, problem solving, investigative, influencing, and facilitation skills as well as verbal and written communication skills.
- Must be able to analyze data, form conclusions, and propose recommendations.
- Bachelor’s Degree and 3 plus years of relevant work experience in regulatory compliance.
- Must be proficient in Microsoft applications, including MSWord, MSExcel, MSOfficeOutlook, and MSPowerPoint.
- Must be able to work effectively with employees and all levels of management within the company, as well as various organizations and agencies external to Delta.
- Must be a self-starter, with the ability to work with minimal direction, as well as the ability to work under pressure on multi-tasked projects with strict time constraints.
- Proficient knowledge of and practical experience with interpreting and applying employment compliance laws and regulations, including but not limited to EO11246, VEVRAA, Section 503, and UGESP, required.
- Experience in creating and managing programs and processes that are compliant with regulatory requirements is required.
- A high degree of professionalism and confidentiality as well as discretion in working with highly-sensitive information is required.
Company: Delta Air Lines
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Charlotte, NC, US
Application Deadline: N/A