As an Investigator Support Assistant (OA) at the GS-1802-6, you will be part of Office of Field Programs, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. If selected, you will assist and support EEOC Investigators and Staff who investigate cases for the lead civil rights agency responsible for enforcing federal laws that prohibit employment discrimination and perform related education and outreach activities.Learn more about this agency
- Assists investigators in developing a variety of evidentiary materials surrounding charges. This includes interviewing charging parties/complainants and witnesses, requesting information, and compiling data obtained.
- Secures needed information, and documents information received. With the assistance of unit supervisors, incumbent defines the problem, and identifies relevant facts.
- Reviews information regarding timeliness, bases, and standing under the laws governing discrimination complaints, and reports findings to supervisor.
- Summarizes and compiles comparative employment data used to examine and evaluate respondent's workforce in order to determine whether discriminatory practices or patterns exists
- Types a variety of materials such as investigative reports, memoranda, etc. Proofreads materials for correct spelling, punctuation, grammar, required format, and compliance with correspondence procedures.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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