EEO Analyst I (#RB5601)
$28.38-$34.49 Hourly / $4,918.96-$5,979.03 Monthly / $59,027.61-$71,748.43 Yearly


Under immediate supervision, receives, processes, investigates and resolves equal employment opportunity complaints and issues; assists with coordination and implementation of San Joaquin County's Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Plan objectives and activities; and does related or other work as required in accordance with Rule 3, Section 3 of the Civil Service Rules.


An employee in this first working level initially receives specific assignments and works under close supervision. As knowledge and experience are gained, supervision becomes more general. Latitude for individual judgment and discretion varies with the degree of competence and progress shown. Incumbents in this class may conduct training related to EEO.


  • Receives, processes and performs investigations into complaints of discrimination or harassment; interfaces with employees, unions, management, legal representatives, and external agencies, as needed, during the investigative process; prepares detailed and comprehensive post-investigative reports and maintains careful records; assures confidentiality of witnesses and participants, as appropriate; may provide testimony or expert witness in a hearing or other venue as required.
  • Responds to EEO complaints and inquiries; answers questions and advises County managers and supervisors about the County's EEO program, as well as federal and state laws and regulations.
  • Assists with the implementation of the County's EEO plan by conducting statistical analyses of County labor and workforce, compiling and analyzing data using computer software; prepares data and reports to meet reporting requirements.
  • Assists in designing and conducting employee training modules and orientation programs relevant to the EEO program.
  • Researches EEO laws and requirements, including County Civil Service Rules, state and federal laws relevant to EEO issues and relevant court and administrative agency opinions and rulings.
  • Maintains a liaison with state and federal officials, as well as with city/county officials, staff, citizens, community/professional organizations and educational institutions.
  • Attends meetings, conferences and seminars; participates on committees and task forces; makes presentations to groups, commissions and others as required.


Either Pattern I

Education: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university, preferably with a major in one of the social or behavioral sciences, humanities, business or public administration, or a closely related field.


OR Pattern II

Substitution: Additional paid qualifying experience implementing equal employment opportunity programs, conducting investigations of allegations of harassment/discrimination, and/or conducting equal employment opportunity-related training programs may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis.



License: Possession of a valid California Class C driver’s license.


Federal, state and local legislation and regulations pertaining to equal opportunity programs or practices and maintaining a non-discriminatory work environment; investigative and interviewing techniques; principles and practices of conflict management; principles and practices of analysis and statistical methodology; effective training programs and training techniques; public relations principles.


Gather investigative materials and prepare analysis of findings; understand and interpret related laws, rules and regulations pertaining to EEO compliance; maintain the County's compliance with all reporting and other requirements; analyze problems, identify alternative solutions and make appropriate recommendations; prepare reports and statistics for reporting to governmental agencies; exercise good judgment; work with and control sensitive and confidential information; conduct training programs; provide sensitivity to socioeconomic and cultural issues; communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships with County staff, community groups and the general public; utilize modern office equipment, including computers, efficiently and effectively.


Mobility-Operation of a data entry device; sit and stand for long periods of time; push and pull; bend and squat; Lifting-Frequently up to 10 pounds; occasionally up to 25 pounds; Visual-Overall vision sufficient to read close-up; read computer screens; color and depth perception; Dexterity-Reaching; grasping; repetitive motion; writing including note taking; Hearing/Talking-Hear and talk on the telephone; Emotional/Psychological Factors-Occasional public speaking and frequent public contact; constant decision making and concentration; working with difficult individuals; Environmental Conditions-Variable indoor/outdoor temperature conditions.

San Joaquin County complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and, upon request, will consider reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.

CLASS: RB5601; EST: 9/10/2003;