The United States is built on the invaluable contributions of people from all walks of life. Diversity is one our greatest strengths.
At the Mint, we value and welcome the diverse background that each employee brings. Throughout the Mint, senior leadership is committed to ensuring that diversity management is an integral part of day-to-day operations, fostering creativity and excellence in the work of all employees. Additionally, the Mint provides outreach to diverse groups to ensure that our workforce is reflective of society.
The Mint senior leaders are committed to ensuring that the agency is a model employer for individuals with disabilities to include targeted disabilities (deafness, blindness, missing extremities, partial paralysis, complete paralysis, epilepsy, severe intellectual disability, psychiatric disability, and dwarfism). The Mint is committed to increasing our employment of qualified persons with disabilities. The Mint provides reasonable accommodations so that people with disabilities have the opportunity to perform the duties of their positions. Applicants and employees needing a reasonable accommodation may contact:
Job opportunities for individuals with disabilities may be filled through a Schedule A hiring authority. Schedule A allows the Mint to fill jobs where individuals with disabilities are able to perform work with or without reasonable accommodation.
For more information regarding Schedule A hiring authorities or employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities, please contact:
Champaine Addison, Selective Placement Program Coordinator
Harry Carter, EEO Contractor/Disability Program Manager