- Human Rights Investigator Trainee, IL, USA
Under immediate supervision of an Investigations Supervisor, participates in an agency sponsored training program from six to eighteen months; receives work assignments designed to acquire knowledge and skills as a human rights intake worker, counseling complainants, ascertain jurisdiction, taking charges of alleged discrimination and learning to carry a caseload of selected simple investigation; receives training in the investigation and processing of a caseload of selected perfected charges of discrimination by analyzing evidence in terms of Human Rights Act, rules and regulations, and operating procedures; receives progressive training in the development of reports of finding of fact, parties' terms of settlement and agreement, and necessary correspondence to concerned parties; travels as needed to accomplish the operational goals and objective of the agency.
Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to completion of four years of college, preferable with coursework in business, public, or personnel administration or social science. Requires no previous experience.
Requires elementary knowledge of human rights issues, the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, the ability to analyze information and make recommended decisions, and the ability to acquire investigative.
Work Hours & Location/Agency Contact:
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Department of Human Rights, 100 West Randolph Street, Suite 10-100, Chicago, Illinois, 60601. Please send all application to Contact Person: Janice Woods-Wills, Department of Human Rights, 100 West Randolph Street, Suite 10-100, Chicago, Illinois 60601. Fax: 312-814-6251.
NON STATE EMPLOYEE : DO NOT APPLY DIRECTLY TH THIS AGENCY.
PLEASE SEE INFORMATION BELOW FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO APPLY , for more information, please refer to the Work4Illinois Website at Work.Illinois.Gov and select Application Procedure.
CURRENT STATE EMPLOYEE : Submit an Official Position Vacancy Bid Form and new version of the CMS-100 Employment Application (Version Dated 10/2014) to the agency contact address listed above. If bidding on a promotion, applicant must be deemed qualified or have submitted a promotional application (CMS-100B) to CMS to receive a qualifying promotional grade prior to the closing of the posting period. If you have received a promotional grade for this position, please attached a copy along with your application.
A separate Bid Form and Application is required for each Posting/Bid ID or your Bid will be rejected. Bid Form and Application can be mailed to the address listed above or faxed to 312-814-6251.
If you are a Current State Employee wishing to transfer, you must submit an Employee Transfer Request Form CMS-100 Application (Version Dated 10/2014) and Bid Form. If Employee Transfer Request Form is not submitted, you will not be considered for the position.
FORMER STATE EMPLOYEE : Submit an Official Position Vacancy Bid Form and new Version of the CMS-100 Employment Application (Version Dated 10/2014) to the Agency contact address listed above.
A separate Bid Form and Application is required for each Posting/Bid ID or your bid will be rejected.
How to Apply:
Click Here for Applicant Information and Grading Procedures
Additional Documentation for Human Rights Investigator Trainee:
Additional Title and Exam Information
Test Information Guide
These documents are in PDF format and can be viewed using Adobe Reader .
NOTE: Salary amounts shown are only to be used as a guide; actual salary will be determined at the time of hire based on current salary plans and/or collective bargaining agreements, if applicable.
Job posted on 10 March 2018.
Please mention Human rights Jobs while applying for this position.