(N33) $51,001.60 - $76,460.80 a year|
APPLICANTS MUST BE CURRENTLY EMPLOYED WITHIN NEIGHBORHOOD EMPOWERMENT DEPARTMENT.
- Investigates charges of discrimination in the areas of employment, housing and public accommodations; reviews personnel files and interviews involved parties and witnesses;takes statements from witnesses and gathers information in order to investigate violations.
- Documents clients’ statements and makes comparison with legal case summaries and other resource material to determine if there is probable violation in each instance;prepares case reviews and letters of determination that reflect findings of investigations.
- Meets with complainants and respondents to reach agreeable settlements and draft conciliation agreements in an attempt to resolve complaints; refers irreconcilable charges to appropriate governmental prosecuting agencies or to personal attorney of charging party.
- Initiates, plans, implements, and/or participates in community meetings, workshops,seminars, and conferences in the area of discrimination conciliation; designs and writes flyers, posters and brochures; tapes radio broadcasts and engages in public speaking activities on such subjects as equal employment laws, race and ethnic relations, bigotry,
- Reviews legislation, court decisions, guidelines, rules, and regulations pertinent to human relations and civil rights activities; attends meetings, seminars and training sessions;maintains records and files; prepares reports.
- Performs related work as required.
DESIRABLE KNOWLEDGES, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:
Working knowledge of: investigative and conciliation procedures; public speaking and mass communication techniques; civil rights and human relations laws, court decisions,guidelines, rules, and regulations.
Ability to: communicate effectively with persons of diverse social and economic backgrounds; investigate and conciliate discrimination charges; evaluate information,draw sound conclusions and make appropriate recommendations; prepare and submit oral and written reports; maintain accurate sets of records; establish and maintain effective
working relationships with employees, officials, and the public.
QUALIFICATIONS:Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in education, psychology, sociology or a related field and one (1) year of investigatory or counseling experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
- Possession of a valid Florida Driver's License.
EXAMINATION: Evaluation of training and experience.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: To be considered for this position, applications must be received or postmarked by the closing date of March 18, 2014. Applications received or postmarked after the closing date will not be processed.
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Note: Applications must be received or postmarked by the
closing date. Applications received or postmarked after
3/18/2014 will not be processed.