EEOC Investigator Resume

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Christopher Martinez

4591 Aaron Smith Drive

Enola, PA 17025

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Career Objective To secure a full-time position as an EEOC Investigator with growing firm where my knowledge and abilities will be utilized to its fullest.

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Vast experience in handling inquiries and complaints of employment discrimination
  • Profound knowledge of Equal Employment opportunity laws and regulations
  • Familiarity with corporate policies regarding employee and labor relations
  • Wide knowledge of employment and labor laws (Title VII, ADEA, Pregnancy Discrimination Act, Equal Pay Act, ADA, NLRA and relevant state laws and local ordinances)
  • Skilled at drafting EEOC and FEPA position statements, and responses to external agencies
  • Ability to gather, evaluate and analyze information
  • Ability to understand and implement Federal statutes which regulate employment in the public and private sectors
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills

Work Experience:

EEOC Investigator, August 2005 – Present

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Enola, PA

  • Provided assistance to such members in understanding the laws EEOC enforces and their rights in filing a charge of discrimination.
  • Helped them file a charge and maintained contact with them during the course of processing their charge.
  • Investigated simple cases to analyze if employment discrimination has occurred.
  • Requested documentary evidence such as applications and payroll documents.
  • Interviewed witnesses and created a record of their statements.
  • Participated in on-site investigations of employers’ facilities, including reviewing their records and interviewing individuals.
  • Took part in settlement negotiations.

Education

Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management, Daytona State College, Daytona Beach, FL

Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management, Cameron University, Lawton, OK

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