$33.18-$49.77 Hourly / $5,751.20-$8,626.80 Monthly / $69,014.40-$103,521.60 Yearly
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, and prejudice.
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.
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.