State of South Carolina
Job title: Program Coordinator I – 600226344,61061305
Company: State of South Carolina
Job description: Job Responsibilities
The Program Coordinator will perform a variety of duties relative to the investigation, conciliation and disposition of employment complaints filed against state, local, and municipal agencies and the private sector based upon the South Carolina Human Affairs Law. These duties will include but are not limited to:
- Under limited supervision collecting evidence, analyzing bases, issues, relevant information, legal theories, and processes and recommending disposition of employment discrimination complaints.
- Counseling complainants, respondents and attorneys to the Commission’s procedures and requirements, standards of proof, relief and relevant State and Federal laws; prepares investigative requests for data and relevant documents,
- Conducting formal interviews of witnesses and parties to a complaint; conducts on-site investigations; analyzing complainants’ and respondents’ defense and all pertinent records, documents and other evidence to determine whether a complaint has merit.
- Preparing analysis of information and letters of determination to be issued by the Commission; determines potential respondent liabilities; recommends corrective action; negotiates and prepares pre-determination settlements between complainants and respondents; drafts conciliation agreements embodying provisions necessary to remedy discriminatory employment practices in accordance with applicable State and Federal laws, and judicial precedents governing damages and relief. Determines the need for and prepares amended complaints.
- Under limited supervision completes the investigation of cases within 180 days from date of assignment. Maintains necessary knowledge of State and Federal Laws
- Completing assigned cases according to established standards. Provides information, advice and assistance regarding individual’s rights, general provisions and obligations to respondents, complainants, various groups /organizations to ensure compliance relevant laws.
Minimum and Additional Requirements
Bachelor’s degree and relevant program experience.
- Ability to interpret and apply laws, regulations, policies and procedures
- Knowledge of civil rights laws, personnel policies and procedures
- Good oral and written communication skills
- Ability to establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships
- Ability to establish a good rapport with clients and maintain
control in highly sensitive situations * Ability to exercise good judgement and maintain confidentiality
- Ability to complete, process and maintain all required records, reports and related information
- Ability to operate general office equipment such as a computer, calculator, copier, phone, etc.
Expected salary: $35360 – 65429 per year
Location: Richland County, SC
Job date: Tue, 07 Mar 2023 08:43:01 GMT
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