Equal opportunity specialists perform administrative functions, including preparation and maintenance of equal opportunity (EO) case files. They are responsible for the maintenance and analysis of pertinent data, and the development of relevant reports. They control budget operations, assess EO education program activities, counsel military personnel and civilian employees on EO policies, and provide recommendations and advice to leaders in resolving problems related to EO matters. They promote an effective organizational climate by implementing seminars, focus groups, and other techniques.
Equal opportunity specialists normally work in office settings on land or aboard ships.
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Equal Opportunity Specialists in the Military
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All enlisted service members complete basic military training, which includes time spent in a classroom and in the field, and covers tactical and survival skills, physical training, military life and customs, and weapons training. Equal opportuniy specialists gain skills through classes and on-the-job experience. Training topics relate to personnel administration, and may include: Preparation of military correspondence and formsPersonnel records managementHuman resources administration policies and proceduresOrganizational climate assessmentEqual opportunity policies and guidelinesComplaint resolution processRead More
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