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Accommodations & Accessibility Coordinator

Washington, District of Columbia, United States


  • Develop and implement relevant policies, procedures and practices related to religious accommodations at the Administration for Children and Families (ACF)
  • Receive and process inquiries and requests for religious accommodations within ACF
  • Provide back-up to the Reasonable Accommodation Coordinator (RAC) in the ACF-Office of Diversity Management and EEO(ODME's) agency in processing disability reasonable accommodation (RA) requests and Personal Assistance Services (PAS) requests
  • Serve as back up technical consultant in RA and PAS matters, in accordance with relevant laws and regulations
  • Assist the RAC to ensure that RA and PAS requests are properly processed within the time requirements in the ACF procedures 
  • Serve as ODME’s Anti-Harassment Coordinator (AHC) for ACF, as needed, by receiving and processing inquiries and complaints regarding harassment and hostile working environment, in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, policies, and procedures, including ACF's Anti-Harassment Policy Statement and ODME's internal procedure on Reporting and Responding to Harassment Allegations in the Workplace 
  • Ensure timeframes specified in relevant regulations and procedures are met
  • Assist ODME Director, and other relevant staff in the preparation of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) reports, as well as internal ODME reports
  • Collaborate with other ODME staff to ensure data is up to date for the different reports collected and properly documented/recorded
  • Address individual internal accommodation and accessibility requests and complaints
  • Update, develop and implement policies, procedures, and practices related to religious and disability reasonable accommodations
  • Work with staff to make sure agency complies with laws and regulations, including E.O. 14035, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) in the Federal Workforce
  • Receive and process internal inquiries and complaints regarding harassment as needed, and ensure all time frames within regulations and procedures are met
  • Assist with preparation of monthly and annual EEO and DEIA reporting
  • Assist agency Director to ensure compliance with administrative requirements

Education and Qualifications

  • At least 1 year of demonstrated experience working with accommodations and accessibility issues within a government agency, corporation, or organization preferred 
  • Possess a working knowledge of or strong familiarity with federal EEO and Anti-Harassment laws
  • Must have first-hand experience fielding harassment complaints and requests for accommodations
  • Experience with EEO and other compliance reporting strongly preferred

Strativia understands that our staff is our number one asset. Therefore, we provide competitive salaries and health benefits along with a robust training and development plans to help ensure that our employees are happy and motivated. If you are interested in the opportunity above please contact us and join a dynamic, fun and, fast growing organization.


Strativia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and strives for diversity. Strativia in accordance with applicable law, does not discriminate in hiring or otherwise in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. EOE/AA/Vets

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