Full TimeGreenwood Village, Colorado, Denver, ColoradoPosted 09/22/2021Areas of interest: Legal, ProductRequisition Number: 292163BRMNP312
JOB SUMMARY The Spectrum Accessibility Center of Excellence exists to create empowering and inclusive experiences for our customers and employees. We go above and beyond compliance to design universal product experiences that work for everyone.
It is the responsibility of the Lead Accessibility Compliance Manager to serve as subject matter expert for accessibility obligations, engage cross-functionally, achieve any necessary assurance and documentation, and to proactively manage and mitigate risk in partnership with leadership, business owners and stakeholders. This function participates in providing meaningful process transformation, organizational problem-solving and supports the execution of compliance related project tasks and deliverables.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Primary subject matter expert and project manager for accessibility compliance within Accessibility Center of Excellence.
Accountable for successful delivery of FCC certification-related documentation in collaboration with internal stakeholders and leadership.
Assess new projects and new products, services and experiences to ensure appropriate management of accessibility-related obligations by internal teams.
Translates obligations and guidance to product owners and business stakeholders by working closely with accessibility engineers that are embedded with the product teams.
Work closely through Accessibility leadership with Legal & Regulatory teams for guidance as needed and on behalf of Accessibility team and internal stakeholders.
Manage reporting on and inclusion of accessibility language in master agreements, statements of work and contracts.
Help Accessibility leadership identify opportunities to adapt and better support all products, services and experiences with obligations given dynamic nature of the business.
Internally support Legal & Regulatory teams during an agency complaint related to an accessibility-related feature or customer experience; working on resolution, in partnership with Accessibility leaders, with internal teams across Customer Operations, Field Operations, Product & Technology as needed.
Track data and deliver insights on opportunities brought forward by customers with disabilities to provide visibility to leadership and seek continuous improvement.
Leverage existing data and insights across the company related to accessibility or customers with disabilities to identify trends and opportunities.
Support Accessibility leadership on partnering with Legal, Regulatory and Government Affairs related to accessibility-related rulemaking activity at State and Federal agencies, helping translate and support implementation to the business for new obligations or rules.
Responsible for keeping Accessibility leadership aware of trends in accessibility legal and compliance.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Skills/Ability and Knowledge Strong ability to collaborate and develop excellent working relationships with leadership, peers and project members Strong cognitive and communications skills, including ability to read, write, speak and understand English to communicate with employees, customers, suppliers, in person, on the phone, and by written communications in a clear, straight-forward, and professional manner Strong business acumen and sense of urgency to achieve business results Ability to influence others around shared outcomes and towards change management Ability to make decisions and solve problems while working under pressure Ability to manage complex projects including prioritization and organization skills Ability to analyze and interpret data Ability to flex and adapt to dynamic nature of the business. Experience in showing judgment and initiative in the accomplishment of job duties Experience in developing and interpreting data, analytics and trends analysis Experience in documenting, preparing, and delivering data-driven presentations to all levels of the organization Experience working with multiple teams outside of your own group in large / complex organizations Knowledge of accessibility, including WCAG, CVAA, ADA and/or Section 508 Knowledge in conducting risk assessments and developing associated action plans
Education Bachelor’s Degree business, legal, government, policy or related field
Related Work Experience 3+ years of Experience in accessibility, compliance, legal and/or risk mitigation 3+ years of Project management at an enterprise setting or similar organization 2+ years of Delivering outcomes cross-functionally across multiple teams outside of your own group
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Experience in the telecommunications industries, preferably in cable Some experience working with product or development teams IAAP Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC)
Education Project Management certification or successful completion of a recognized project management curriculum is preferred
WORKING CONDITIONS Office environment MNP312 292163 292163BR
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The pay for this position has a minimum of $85,900.00. The actual salary offer may be higher as we carefully consider a wide range of factors, including your skills, qualifications, experience and location. Also, certain positions are eligible for additional forms of compensation such as bonuses.
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