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The Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) is guided by the University's commitment to create and maintain an academic and work environment where its diverse population of students, faculty and staff are able to exercise their talents free of harassment, discrimination or inequitable application of university policy. The OEO helps to realize the University's commitment to and aspirations for development, implementation, execution and monitoring of the federal and state mandated EEO policies and programs. This also includes programmatic responsibilities such as supporting the University's sexual harassment and non-discrimination policies through prompt, effective and remedial investigative responses to complaints of harassment and discrimination brought by faculty, staff and others and set forth in various university policies and guidelines.
Reporting to the Director of the OEO, the Title VII Investigator plays an integral role in helping to realize the University's commitment to maintaining a work environment for faculty and staff that is free of harassment and discrimination of any kind. The Title VII Investigator works closely with the University's Legal Counsel and Human Resource Business Partners and collaborates with other members of the Tufts community to investigate and resolve all Title VII complaints as set forth in various university policies and federal and state regulations. The Investigator collaborates with multiple stakeholders (i.e. Legal, Human Resources, department management, faculty ombudsperson, etc.) on allegations of harassment and/or discrimination based on protected categories as identified in MA General Law 151B and by the EEOC. Responsibilities include the investigation of Title VII allegations including complaint resolution and training. The Investigator acts as the principal fact finder in this process and works with multiple stakeholders, including staff and faculty, to achieve desired resolutions.
• Bachelor's degree
• Minimum of eight (8) years of experience conducting investigations and writing fact finding reports in the area of Massachusetts Law 151B
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office
• Strong oral and written communication skills; demonstrated experience facilitating conflict and problem resolution; previous experience conducting investigations in a matrixed organization; excellent project management skills; ability to influence and engage others on sensitive and difficult topics; demonstrated ability working in a consensus-driven environment; strong analytical and organizational skills; ability to prioritize tasks and manage multiple competing deadlines; ability to maintain confidentiality with sensitive University data.
• Must successfully complete all appropriate background checks as required.
• Master's degree.
• Affirmative Action Plan reporting Understanding of diversity dynamics and how identities and cultures can intersect with protected categories.
• Previous work experience in higher education.
• Strong presentation skills and experience developing and delivering classroom training.
• Familiar with case management software, databases and reporting tools.
• MCAD training
Special Work Schedule Requirements:
Work hours may include evenings and weekends depending on projects or cases.
Tufts University is an AA/EO employer and actively seeks candidates from diverse backgrounds.
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