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    Summary

    As a Equal Opportunity Investigator (Bilingual Spanish) at the GS-1860-7, you will be part of Washington Field Office, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. As an EEOC Equal Opportunity Investigator, you will investigate cases for the lead civil rights agency responsible for enforcing federal laws that prohibit employment discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability and genetic information.

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    Responsibilities

    • Receives inquiries and charges/complaints of employment discrimination under the federal statues enforced by the Commission.
    • Interviews potential charging parties, informs them of their administrative and legal rights and responsibilities under the laws enforced by the Commission, and conducts a preliminary review of information gathered to determine jurisdiction.
    • Obtains documentary and testimonial evidence that is relevant and material to the resolution of the issues under investigation through witness interviews and affidavits, written requests for information, on-site investigations, research, etc.
    • Conducts on-site investigations during which the respondent facilities are inspected, witnesses are interviewed, and personnel and other records are examined and copied.
    • Drafts charges and complaints for review and approval of supervisor and takes affidavits of charging parties/complainants, as appropriate.
    • Drafts a thorough and well-written report of investigative findings citing specific testimonial and/or documentary evidence, as well as applicable case law, policies and precedents relied upon.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    12

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