Title: EEO Attorney
Venesco is looking for an EEO Attorney to provide unparalleled support to our partner the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has a requirement for an experienced attorney to provide support for the office functions in processing Federal EEO complaints, training, disability and reasonable accommodation. The attorney may also perform other duties as necessary.
This position requires an attorney with a minimum of five (5) years demonstrated experience in employment law, including equal employment opportunity (EEO), civil rights, and dispute resolution. Experience in Federal employment law is preferred.
• The attorney shall use strong analytical skills to review formal EEO complaints, draft
correspondence to accept or dismiss the complaints, review Reports of Investigation (ROls) for legal
sufficiency consistent with regulations and management directives issued by the Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission, use database skills to update the complaints processing database, and
perform other duties regarding EEO complaints processing as assigned.
• The attorney shall also assist the EEO Officer and other ADEE staff members with writing and
developing training materials and researching legal issues. The attorney shall provide support to the
ADEE reasonable accommodation program by researching complex accommodation issues and
identifying potential options for accommodations. The attorney shall assist in the development of an
alternative dispute resolution (ADR) policy and associated materials to educate DEA staff about
• The attorney must be able to work in a collaborative environment, have excellent written and oral
communication skills, manage multiple and competing priorities, meet deadlines, and demonstrate
strong interpersonal skills to ensure that the attorney works well with members of the ADEE staff.
Specialized Experience and duties
The attorney shall produce written correspondence, reviews of Reports of Investigation, training
materials, and other research reports as assigned.
Law degree from a U.S. accredited law school
Active bar membership is a plus
Citizenship: United States
Clearance requirement: Must be able to obtain Public Trust security clearance
For questions or to submit your résumé, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.