Tahoe SAFE Alliance employs AmeriCorps National & Community Service members to extend the capacity of the agency and better serve the communities we serve. We are currently accepting applications for a Client Services Advocate and a Prevention and Outreach Coordinator. For more information or to apply for the AmeriCorps program in Northern Nevada please follow the link: https://my.americorps.gov. Applications being accepted until July 1, 2013.
Tahoe SAFE Alliance is committed to the principles of non-discrimination and equal opportunity in employment and in the delivery of services. Read our EEO policy.
EMPLOYMENT: Tahoe SAFE Alliance is an equal opportunity employer. Tahoe SAFE Alliance, as well as its recipients, sub-recipients, and contractors, will not discriminate in employment practices based on race, color, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age, sex (includes sexual harassment), pregnancy (childbirth or related medical conditions), marital status, sexual orientation (heterosexuality, homosexuality and bisexuality), medical condition (cancer and genetic characteristics), mental or physical disability (includes HIV and AIDS), political affiliation/opinion, Veteran’s status, or request for family medical leave. Tahoe SAFE Alliance is committed to ensuring that the work environment of the Tahoe SAFE Alliance employees and the work environment of employees and volunteers of recipients, subrecipients, and contractors of Tahoe SAFE Alliance are free from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.
DELIVERY OF SERVICES: Tahoe SAFE Alliance, as well as recipients, subrecipients, and contractors, will not discriminate in the delivery of services or benefits based on the above identified bases.
PROCEDURES: Tahoe SAFE Alliance will promote equal opportunity through a continual and progressive Equal Employment Opportunity Program (EEO). The objective of the program is to ensure nondiscrimination in all areas of employment (e.g., recruitment, hiring, promotions, and training), and in the delivery of services and benefits. Please direct all inquiries regarding the application of Federal and State employment law to the EEO/Human Resources Office.
If an Agency employee becomes aware of a complaint alleging discrimination involving the employees, applicants, volunteers, contractors, beneficiaries, or potential beneficiaries of any Agency recipient or subrecipient, the staff must immediately notify the EEO/Human Resources Office. The EEO/Human Resources Office will follow-up with the complainant to determine the next appropriate step.
To achieve the goals of the Agency’s EEO Program, it is necessary that all members of Tahoe SAFE Alliance understand the importance of the program and their responsibility to contribute toward its achievement. The concepts of equal opportunity and nondiscrimination are based on the idea that all people will be treated fairly and equitably.