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The Outreach and Intake Coordinator works with the Executive Director and Deputy Director to coordinate initiatives designed to promote the Commission and its services to the community. This position is responsible for implementing and designing outreach, branding, marketing, and education plans for the Commission under the direction of the Executive and Deputy Directors. This role also coordinates the intake of complaints and requests with other Commission staff and performs limited administrative and investigative analysis related to the Commission’s powers and duties. Tasks may include but are not limited to event planning, graphic design, educational presentations, intake analysis and documentation, meetings with potential complainants, and meetings with City departments and external organizations.
Department: Commission on Human Relations
Salary: $57,015 per year.
Position Type: Announcement/Bid
Union: This position is included in the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (“AFSCME”), Local 2719 bargaining unit and will be filled in accordance with the provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Union Bid Form: Your application for this position will serve as your Bid Form.
Civil Service Classification: Non-Competitive
General Application Requirements:
You must submit or show proof of all of the following at the time of filing your application (unless otherwise indicated below) or your application will be disqualified.
Disqualifications based on any of these General Application Requirements are not subject to a Civil Service appeal.
A completed online Employment Application, including your online Employment Profile Data. (Education and Work Experience).
Completed online Supplemental Form questions for this position.
A resume, to be submitted online.
A writing sample, to be submitted online.
Applicants must become residents of the prior to employment and remain a resident throughout employment. Click here to view a map of neighborhoods.
NOTE: The , as a matter of policy, conducts pre-employment and promotional background investigations on all candidates being considered for positions. The background investigation includes but is not limited to criminal background and real estate tax payments. Candidates may or may not be disqualified from consideration from employment based on the results of their background investigation. Results of background investigations are analyzed on a case by case basis as it relates to the job for which the applicant is being considered.
NOTE: Candidates being considered for employment will be required to submit official transcripts to verify of their post-secondary education (college/university, trade school, etc.) prior to being hired by the . Transcripts must be submitted at the time of any/each job interview you have with the .
NOTE: If you require reasonable accommodations for any of the application requirements, please contact the Department of Human Resources and Civil Service. Qualifying Requirements:
Your application will be reviewed and your work experience and education/training will be evaluated to determine if you meet the qualifying eligibility requirements listed below for this position. You will be sent an eligibility letter regarding your eligible/ineligible status.
WORK EXPERIENCE: The application must clearly show one (1) year of full-time experience in investigations, program evaluation, community development, social work, sociology, psychology, and/or paralegal. (Full-time is defined as 32 hours or more per week. Less than full-time experience will be calculated on a pro-rated basis.)
EDUCATION/TRAINING: The application must clearly show an Associates Degree in post-secondary education from a fully accredited institution in Sociology, Social Work, Psychology, Public Administration, Communications, Administration of Justice, or a related field.
EQUIVALENCY: Education/training and/or work experience may be substituted on a year for year basis if the application clearly shows the required number of years to meet the Total Qualifying Requirement of three (3) years for this position (based on the sum of work experience and education/training listed above).
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS
Written: None required for this position.
Performance: None required for this position.
Medical: None required for this position.
Conducts community-wide analysis of resources relevant to the populations most frequently served be the Commission.
Develops public education and information materials, presentations, and displays.
Serves as liaison to community organizations..
Facilitates fair housing, employment, public accommodations, and other civil rights trainings for a variety of target audiences.
Provides information, advice, and assistance on rights and obligations of individuals and organizations.
Creates, posts, and monitors social media content.
Participates in community programs in regard to Commission activities as assigned; may assist in conducting programs in regard to Commission activities as assigned; may assist in conducting internal training sessions for staff.
Prepares and presents outreach reports to the Commission as appropriate.
Establishes and maintains avenues for potential complainants to interact with the Commission.
Maintains awareness of the Commission's standing and status with Community organizations and City departments.
Plans or assists in planning community events intended to increase community awareness of the Commission and its functions.
Maintains data around Community events and happenings.
Assists other Commission staff with participation in outreach that engages their interests and communities.
Develops Commission and Community programs with the direction of supervisors, commissioners, and community stakeholders.
Accurately conducts and records intake interviews according to Commission policy and procedure.
Acts as liaison to new complainants.
Interprets and analyzes federal and state Civil Rights Laws and regulations in conjunction with the Pittsburgh City Code.
Enters intake information in federal case management systems.
Performs activities and functions of related personnel in a team environment.
Performs other related tasks/duties that are assigned or required.
Must be available to work flexible hours including evenings, weekends and holidays as assigned.
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All applications are appreciated and will be treated confidentially.
Only short-listed candidates will receive responses.
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