Marin County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
If you are a resident of Marin County then you have an opportunity to make a difference in your governmental community workforce through active participation in local government.
The County of Marin is recruiting volunteers to serve on the Equal Employment Advisory Committee (EEAC), which is appointed by and reports to the Marin County Personnel Commission. The Committee has the responsibility for the continuous monitoring of the County’s Equal Employment Program and efforts, the consideration and development of recommendations to the Personnel Commission for policy improvements or specific areas of improvement to enhance the Equal Employment Program, and to carry out such other responsibilities as the Personnel Commission may assign to this Committee.
Specifically, EEAC members will participate in first reviews of draft Equal Employment and Opportunity (EEO) 5 Year Plans and the Equal Employment and Opportunity Five Year Mid-Term Update and making recommendations thereon to the Personnel Commission regarding inclusionary and equitable programs and practices. In addition, EEAC members will attend, along with the Personnel Commission, an annual briefing by the Human Resources Director and the Equal Employment Officer, regarding a summary of such potential information as equal employment claims, trending, number of complaints made and investigated, inclusionary practices, training and compliance rates.
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