WSDOT OEO Seeks Small Business Compliance Manager in Olympia

Small Business Compliance Manager (WMS2)
Olympia, WA – Headquarters
$79,356 – $101,772 Annually

Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) is currently seeking an experienced professional to serve as a Small Business Compliance Manager. The incumbent has statewide responsibility for the implementation and monitoring of the Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance (TERO) Program. This civil rights program is unique in comparison to other OEO civil rights programs as it requires long-standing relationships with tribal leaders throughout Washington state. This position coordinates statewide tribal activities and relationships in coordination with the Government Relation’s Tribal Liaison and serves in this capacity when the Tribal Liaison is unavailable. This requires strategic planning and coordinating agency efforts to increase equality (e.g., contracting, procurement, hiring, highway force, etc.) and positive interactions with all tribes. Leading the TERO program demands a mastery of cultural competency, mediation skills, and civil rights programs.

As the subject matter expert on the agency’s external civil rights programs, the incumbent also has the statewide responsibility for monitoring and reporting WSDOT’s compliance with specific federal and state civil rights requirements. This responsibility extends to cities, counties, transportation planning organizations, transit and airport authorities, and tribal governments who receive federal funds through WSDOT for their transportation projects (collectively known as sub-recipients). The Small Business Compliance Manager is also directly responsible for the implementation and monitoring of the Regular Dealer reviews required through the DBE Program.

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