INVESTIGATOR AND OUTREACH COORDINATORS Job – Baltimore City [USA Jobs] End Date Nov 6, 2023
Two (2) Investigators and Outreach Coordinators are needed by OAG for the recently established Civil Rights Division. Legislation authorizing the Attorney General to enforce federal and state civil rights laws, including those prohibiting discrimination in housing, lending, employment, commercial transactions, and public accommodations, was approved by the Maryland General Assembly in April 2023.
Claims brought under this new jurisdiction will be investigated, filed, and litigated by the Civil Rights Division.
An excellent chance to contribute to the Division’s creation will be provided by this position.
INVESTIGATOR AND OUTREACH COORDINATORS Job 2023 Overview
|Organisation||OAG Support Positions|
|Application Opening Date||Oct 23, 2023, 11:36:00 AM|
|Application End Date||Nov 6, 2023, 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary Range||$60,801.00 – $97,940.00 per year|
|Work Schedule||Full Time|
|Job Location||Baltimore City|
|HR Analyst||Alyson King|
Job Highlights and Responsibilities
A great opportunity to contribute to the Division’s creation will be provided by this position.
As part of the initial duties, there will be a significant amount of outreach to communities across Maryland to understand their needs and goals.
The Investigators will collaborate closely with the attorneys and other professionals in the Division as the Division’s work proceeds to develop an operational system for examining and tracking claims, carrying out the ensuing investigations, providing litigation support, and helping with settlement monitoring.
The investigators will collaborate with other OAG Divisions and help to have open lines of contact with external partners and stakeholders.
About The Organization
The State of Maryland’s chief legal officer is the Attorney General. The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) serves as the legal advisor and representative of the principal agencies, numerous boards, commissions, officials, and institutions of the State Government. The OAG is generally responsible for the overall charge, supervision, and direction of the legal activity of the State.
Anthony G. Brown, the 47th attorney general of Maryland, oversees the Office with a strong emphasis on equity, justice, and fairness.
Office of the Attorney General, Civil Rights Division
200 St. Paul Place Baltimore, MD 21202
Required Qualification (Minimum)
- Education: The ideal applicant will hold a high school diploma from a recognized institution or a high school equivalence certificate.
- Experience: The ideal candidate will have at least three years of knowledge in community organizing and/or civil rights. The applicant should have previous expertise with databases and electronic evidence.
Desired Or Preferred Qualifications
- Demonstrated experience with interview techniques and evidence analysis preferred.
- Language proficiency in addition to English is preferred.
- Please make sure your application contains enough details to demonstrate that you meet the requirements for this position.
- You must provide all documentation pertaining to your qualifications by the deadline.
- Information submitted after this date won’t be taken into consideration.
- Successful applicants will be graded and listed for at least a year on the eligible (employment) list.
Benefits of This Opportunity
Contractual employees may qualify for subsidized health benefits coverage for themselves and their dependents if they work for an agency covered by the State Employee and Retiree Health and Welfare Benefits Program, have a current employment contract, and work 30 or more hours per week (or, on average, 130 hours per month).
You will be liable for 25% of the premiums for your medical and pharmaceutical insurance as a contractual worker, including any enrolled eligible dependents.
The additional 75% of the cost for these benefits will be covered by the State of Maryland. The whole price for dental insurance, accidental death, and dismemberment insurance, and life insurance must be paid if you choose to enroll in them.
A contractual worker who has worked 120 days over the course of a year may be given time off. One hour of this leave is earned for every 30 hours worked, up to a maximum of 40 hours per year.
Applications submitted online are HIGHLY recommended.
If the online application procedure is unavailable:
Send your paper application and extra questionnaire (if necessary) to:
Yolanda Colkley, Fair Practices Coordinator
200 St. Paul Place Baltimore, MD 21202, or fax it to 410-576-6447
If you have particular inquiries about recruiting:
Call 410 576 6440 or send an email to email@example.com
TTY users, dial the Maryland Relay number.
Maryland is dedicated to hiring, keeping, and promoting workers that are representative of the diversity of the State as an equal-opportunity employer. Candidates who speak two languages and those with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
|Online Application||Apply Now|
|Apply Via Paper Application (Offline)||You may also download and complete the Paper Application here.|
|View and print the Supplemental Questionnaire.||supplemental questionnaire here.|