Affirmative Action Plan Goals

Summary

  • Under Executive Order 11246, federal contractors and subcontractors with 50 or more employees who have entered into at least one contract of $10,000 or more with the federal government must prepare and maintain a written affirmative action program, which must be developed within 120 days from the commencement of the contract and must be updated annually. The program should cover recruitment, hiring and promotion of women and minorities.
  • Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires contractors with contracts over $10,000 to take affirmative action to employ qualified individuals with disabilities.
  • The Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 (VEVRAA) 41 CFR 60-300, as amended by the Jobs for Veterans Act, requires contractors to take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment veterans with service-connected disabilities, recently separated veterans and other protected veterans.
  • As a government contractor, Wright State University is required to take “affirmative action” to recruit females and minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities. 
  • Making good faith efforts to execute the affirmative action plan. Having and abiding by an equal employment opportunity policy.
  • Analyzing applicant flow, hires, roster, terminations, promotions, and transfers to determine if there is a negative impact against women and minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities conducted on an annual basis.

How goals are established

  • Goals are established using Occupational Codes from the NORC higher education data survey and the percentage of promotable, trainable and transferable individuals in a particular location workforce. When an IPEDS category consists of several titles, a composite availability is calculated if appropriate. Where underutilization is identified, goals must be set to equal the availability.
  • Within each AAP plan, recruitment areas are defined by IPEDS category. For example: an IPEDS category of management occupations might be recruited from the State of Ohio while and IPEDS category of administrative workers would be recruited from the city of Beavercreek.

Hiring manager responsibility

  • As hiring managers recruit and source for top talent, review the AAP goals before beginning your search. 
  • Hiring managers that would like assistance to broaden their applicant pool or have questions regarding the AAP goals may contact OEI.

Placement goals summary

Job Group Underutilized Female Underutilized Minority
Business and Fiscal Affairs-Primary Staff Officers Yes Yes
Business and Fiscal Affairs-Professional Staff Technology/Systems Yes Yes
Raj Soin College Of Business-Associate and Full Professors Yes Yes
Raj Soin College Of Business Instructors and Lecturers Yes Yes
College Of Engineering and Computer Sciences Associate and Full Professors Yes No
College of Engineering and Computer Science-Instructors and Lecturers No Yes
Non-Exempt Staff-Finance/Accounting Support No Yes
Non-Exempt Staff Administrative Support/Clerical No Yes
Non-Exempt Staff-Skilled Trades and Maintenance Yes Yes
Non-Exempt Staff Skilled Trades and Production Yes Yes
College of Nursing and Health-Clinical Faculty No Yes
College of Science and Mathematics-Associate and Full Professors Yes Yes
College of Science and Mathematics-Instructors and Lecturers No Yes
Lake Campus-All Faculty Yes Yes
School of Professional Psychology-Associate and Full Professors Yes No
School of Medicine-Associate and Full Professors Yes No
College of Education and Human Services-Associate and Full Professors Yes No
College of Education and Human Services-Instructors and Lecturers No Yes
College of Liberal Arts-Associate and Full Professors Yes No
College of Liberal Arts Associate and Full Professors-Social Sciences No Yes
President-Secondary Staff Officers Yes No
President-Support Staff- Marketing and Communications No Yes
President-Support Staff-Technical No Yes
Provost-Administrative Staff Officers-Finance and Operations No Yes
Provost Administrative Staff Officers-Student and Academic Affairs No Yes
Provost-Primary Staff Officers Yes Yes
Provost-Professional Staff-Counseling and Community Health Services Yes No
Provost-Support Staff-Offices and Projects No Yes
Provost-Professional Staff-Audio/Visual Yes No
Provost-Professional Staff-Technology Yes Yes
Provost-Support Staff-Technical Support Yes Yes
Provost-Professional Staff-Library Yes No
Provost-Professional Staff-Nursing and Healthcare Yes No
Provost-Professional Staff-Science, Technology and Research Yes No
Provost-Support Staff Administrative No Yes
Provost-Support Staff Communications and Marketing Yes Yes
Provost-Support Staff-Library Yes No
Wright State Research Institute-Professional Staff Healthcare Research Yes Yes
Wright State Research Institute-Primary Staff Officers-Science and Technology Yes Yes
Student Affairs-Primary Staff Officers Yes Yes
Student Affairs-Professional Staff-Athletics and Recreations Yes No
Student Affairs-Support Staff-Healthcare Support No Yes
Student Affairs-Support Staff-Operations and Business No Yes
Student Affairs-Support Staff-Student Support No Yes
Student Affairs-Support Staff- Student Services and Care Yes Yes
University Advancement-Primary Staff Officers Yes No