|EEO COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST|
|SEIU Professional Exempt|
|Performs responsible professional and administrative work in the area of human relations. Responsible for monitoring and/or conducting investigations of discrimination complaints regarding employment and/or housing. Work is performed under general supervision of the Human Relations Official and performance is reviewed through conferences, reports, and results obtained.|
|Interviews and counsels "walk-in" individuals with employment problems: determines if individuals have enough information to file a discrimination complaint.
Responds to inquiries via telephone or in person regarding housing and/or employment; makes referrals to social service agencies.
Conducts on-site visits/investigations, fact-finding conference, interviews and take statements form witnesses while investigating and writing cases.
Resolves cases by negotiating settlement agreements between Charging Parties and Employers/Attorneys. Proposes and prepares terms of agreements; obtains signatures and reporting items; and mails closure letters.
Composes letters, memorandums, request for documents and other forms to be typed or produced on word processor for cases.
Checks and approves (making necessary revisions/changes/additions/deletions) all Investigators' request for documents (original and additional).
Reviews and approves for typing, all Investigators' written cause and no cause investigative analysis and determinations; makes changes, additions, corrections, deletions, checks tabs and page numbers, documents, assists Investigators with case investigations and case resolutions as needed and/or requested.
Consults and reviews investigative cases with the Human Relations Board.
Reviews investigative case files for completeness and accuracy (e.g. all relevant statutes addressed, verification of facts presented, proper documentation included, etc.) to ensure compliance with established EEO guidelines.
Performs other related duties as required.
|Complete knowledge of City, State, and Federal employment and housing laws of discrimination.
Knowledge of State Landlord and Tenant Act.
Knowledge of EEOC, HUD, and FCHR policies and procedures as it relates to investigations and closure of cases.
Some knowledge of program budgetary procedures and computer operations.
Ability to demonstrate skill in the application of laws, rules, regulations, and/or procedures of EEOC and Civil Rights.
Ability to organize volumes of information (records, reports, directives, contracts) into a comprehensive document/work folder.
Ability to perform work of an analytical interpretive and judgmental nature.
Ability to write and speak clearly and to present concepts and information through oral and written reports and presentations to a diverse audience.
|Bachelor Degree in Sociology, Personnel Administration, Public Administration or related field, plus two (2) years experience as a Discrimination Investigator: or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Ability to develop reports and programs to completion form oral instructions with little or no supervision. Good knowledge of the English language (oral and written skills). Thorough knowledge of Title VII of Civil Rights Act required. Required to perform/attend any Human Relations/Community Relations activity deemed necessry by the Director; this includes hours after 5:00 p.m., weekends and holidays. Valid Florida Drivers License required.|