The Human Resources Investigator is responsible for efficiently and impartially investigating complaints of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, violation of UF regulations and policies, and other work related issues.
Examples of Work
- Conducts impartial investigations of complaints of employee misconduct, including for example, complaints based on violation of UF regulation and policies, such as allegations of discrimination and harassment on the basis of protected class status, retaliation, workplace violence, misuse of university property.
- Analyzes allegations of the complaint and researches applicable regulations and policies associated with those complaints to identify the appropriate violation(s) to investigate.
- Develops an investigation plan and researches background information related to the complainant, respondent, witnesses, and other related parties. Provides notifications of the investigation to appropriate parties, including respondent, college and department administrators, and applicable unions.
- Documents the findings of the investigation process by preparing an investigation report for formal investigations (informal investigations may require a memo to file).
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area and three years of relevant experience.
Licensure and Certification
This position does not typically include supervisory responsibility.
- Confidential Investigations
- Conflict Management
- Effective Communications
- Employee Counseling
- Employee Relations
- HR Legal And Regulatory Environment
- HR Policies, Standards, And Procedures
- Interpersonal Relationships
- Problem Solving
- Relationship Management
To see common career pathways for each position at the University of Florida please visit the Career Paths section of the UFHR website.