ADA and EEO Statements
Americans with Disabilities Act Statement
The State of Alaska complies with Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Individuals with disabilities who require special accommodation, auxiliary aids or services, or alternative communication formats can call:
- (907) 465-4430
- (907) 465-5640
- TDD at (907) 465-3412 or
- Correspond with the Special Recruitment Unit at:
Department of Administration
Division of Personnel & Labor Relations
Special Recruitment Team
P.O. Box 110201
Juneau, Alaska 99811-0201
P. (907) 465-5494
F. (907) 465-8531
Please provide sufficient notice in order for us to accommodate your needs.
We are an equal opportunity employer and support workplace diversity.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
Issued October 1, 2004 by Director David Schade, Division of Statewide Services, Department of Public Safety:
As Director of the Statewide Services Division, I, David Schade, am committed to promoting diversity in our workplace free from discrimination and harassment.
Further, employees in the Statewide Services Division will adhere to established statewide policies. Specifically:
- All employees and applicants for employment shall be afforded equal opportunity in all aspects of personnel management including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, training, compensation, benefits, promotion, transfer, layoff, recall from layoff and discipline.
- The Division will not tolerate, condone or permit any kind of unlawful discrimination or discriminatory harassment of employees or applicants for employment on the basis of their sex, color, race, religion, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, marital status or change in marital status, pregnancy or parenthood. Retaliation in any form for filing a complaint or assisting in the investigation of a complaint is prohibited.
We charge each supervisor and manager in the Division with the responsibility for understanding, communicating and assisting in the implementation of the Division’s Equal Employment Opportunity Program.
All employees of the Division are responsible for taking immediate and appropriate corrective action, after consultation with their Management Services Consultant or the State’s Equal Employment Opportunity Program Manager, where they have any knowledge of prohibited practices.
Further, division managers shall actively support recruitment and career development programs to ensure equitable representation of minorities and females. All division supervisors shall review all position descriptions annually to ensure that the job duties accurately reflect the job performed.
Working together, we can realize the objectives of the division’s equal employment opportunity plan, thereby supporting a work climate that values racial and cultural diversity and is conducive to a diverse workplace free from discrimination or harassment. Commitment to support this policy shall be a condition of employment or continued employment.